Friday, 22 June 2018

Register Now for the #CME_Event #GynecologyCongress 2018 #Aug_22_23 #Japan

Conference Series llc.LTD is pleased to invite you to participate in the “ 5th Asia Pacific Gynecology and Obstetrics Congress” to be held during August 22-23, 2018  at Tokyo, Japan with a theme “Expedite the Future Endeavours in Gynecology and Obstetrics Care”.
more details: https://gynecology-obstetrics.conferenceseries.com/

Conference Highlights:
Gynecology and Obstetrics, Gynecologic oncology, Maternal-fetal medicine, GynecologicalEndocrinology, Urogynecology, GynecologicSurgery, Midwifery, adolescent gynecology, OperativeGynecology, Women’s Health Nursing, Reproductive Medicine, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, Obstetrics and Gynecology Nurse, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Menopause, Assisted Reproductive Technology, Pediatric Gynecology, Chronic pelvic pain

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Opportunities for  Conference attendees :

for Academic Attendees (For Researchers &Faculty)
  • Speaker Presentations
  • Poster Display
  • Symposium hosting
  • Workshop organizing
  • Video Presentation
For Universities, Associations & Societies:
  • Association Partnering
  • Collaboration proposals
  • Academic Partnering
  • Group Participation
For Students & Research Scholars:
  • Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
  • Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
  • Student Attendee
  • Group Participation
For Business Delegates:
  • Speaker Presentations
  • Symposium hosting
  • Book Launch event
  • Networking opportunities
  • Audience participation
For Companies:
  • Exhibitor and Vendor Booths
  • Sponsorships opportunities
  • Product launch
  • Workshop organizing
  • Scientific Partnering
  • Marketing and Networking with clients
Target Audience:

Gynecologic Congress 2018 is intended for:
  • Gynecologists
  • Obstetricians
  • Gynecologic Oncologists
  • perinatologists
  • Breast cancer surgeon
  • Gynecology Surgeons
  • IVF Specialists
  • Scientists and Professors
  • Nurses/ Midwives
  • Students
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Training Institutes
  • Data Management Companies
  • Software Developing Companies
  • Medical devises Manufacturing Companies
Register Now: https://gynecology-obstetrics.conferenceseries.com/registration.php

Regards
Prasanth
Program Manager | Gynecology Congress 2018
gynecologycongress@conferenceint.com | gynecologycongress@healthcarevents.com

Saturday, 26 May 2018

#Midwifery@ #Gynecology Congress2018 #Submit abstract #register_for _the_conference #Tokyo #Japan

Midwifery :

A midwife is a professional in #midwifery. Also known as obstetrics, #midwifery is the health science and the health profession concerned with pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period, besides sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. The actual duties of the midwife is mainly to assist in the birthing process. It is said that the rates of obstetrical intervention in birth are rising worldwide. For example, national cesarean rates in Taiwan, China, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, and Puerto Rico are between 40 and 50 percent. In the United States, the cesarean rate has risen since the early 2000s from 23 percent to 29.1 percent; most European countries, Canada, and Australia have cesarean rates in the mid-20 percent range. Although professional midwives attend the majority of births in some of these countries, they are biomedically socialized and often overworked, and have been unable to stem the rising cesarean tide, which is largely obstetrician-driven. Though both midwives and obstetricians have worked hard to preserve normal vaginal delivery in these countries the Scandinavian and Japan are the exceptions. Here cesarean rates range from 12 to 17 percent

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Abstract submission at : https://gynecology-obstetrics.conferenceseries.com/abstract-submission.php
more at : https://gynecology-obstetrics.conferenceseries.com/
Contact :
Contact: Prasanth | Program manager
gynecologycongress@healthcarevents.com
gynecologycongress@conferencesworld.org

Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Don't miss this opportunity to visit Japan #Tokyo #GynecologyCongress2018

Here "5th Asia Pacific Gynecology and Obstetrics Congress " to be held during August 22-232018 at Tokyo, Japan with a theme “Expedite the Future Endeavours in Gynecology and Obstetrics Care” more at :https://gynecology-obstetrics.conferenceseries.com/
Just submit abstract and Register for the conference and get a chance to visit these places and gain a knowledge about gynecology and obstetrics
Tokyo, the capital city of the parliamentary democratic monarchy of Japan, is also home to the Emperor's Palace and the seat of Government and Parliament. In East-Central Honshu, the largest of Japan's main islands, this heavily populated city is well worth exploring. One of the world's most modern cities in terms of its infrastructure and design - due largely to the 1923 earthquake and the devastation of WWII - Tokyo also holds the title of the world's most expensive city in which to live (it's also one of the easiest to get around thanks to its superb rail and subway networks). The cultural side of Tokyo is famous for its numerous museums; theaters; festivals; internationally noted cuisine; and professional sports clubs, including baseball, football (or soccer), along with traditional Japanese pursuits like Sumo Wrestling. It's also a city rich in music and theater, with numerous venues featuring everything from Japanese to modern dramas, symphony orchestras, and pop and rock concerts.
The chief attraction of Tokyo's Marunouchi district is the Imperial Palace with its beautiful 17th-century parks surrounded by walls and moats. Still, in use by the Imperial family, the Imperial Palace stands on the site where, in 1457, the Feudal Lord Ota Dokan built the first fortress, the focal point from which the city of Tokyo (or Edo, as it was then) gradually spread. As famous as the palace is the Nijubashi Bridge leading to its interior, a structure that takes its name ("double bridge") from its reflection in the water. Other notable features include the two-meter-thick wall surrounding the palace and its gates, one of which leads to the East Higashi-Gyoen Garden, one of the few areas open to the public (the main Palace Gardens are only open twice a year, on January 2nd and April 29th, when crowds flock here to catch sight of the Emperor). One fortress that can be visited is Edo Castle (Chiyoda Castle), built in 1457 and located in Tokyo's Chiyoda district.

2 Ginza District: Shop 'til you Drop

Ginza is Tokyo's busiest shopping area and is as iconic as Times Square in New York, and much older: it's been the commercial center of the country for centuries and is where five ancient roads connecting Japan's major cities all met. Lined by exclusive shops and imposing palatial stores, the Ginza district is also fun to simply wander around or, better still, sit in one of its many tea and coffee shops or restaurants while watching the world rush past. At weekends, when everything is open, it's a shopper's paradise as traffic is barred, making it one of the world's largest pedestrian zones; come nightfall, gigantic advertising panels on its many buildings bathe Ginza in the bright neon light. It's also where you'll find the famous Kabuki-za Theatre, home to traditional Kabuki performances, as well as the Shimbashi Enbujo Theatre in which Azuma-Odori dances and Bunraku performances are staged.

3 Asakusa and the Sensō-ji Temple

In the Asakusa district of Tokyo, the exquisite Sensō-ji Temple - the city's most famous shrine - stands at the end of a long street of shops where masks, carvings, combs made of ebony and wood, toys, kimonos, fabrics, and precious paper goods are on sale. Dedicated to Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of compassion, the temple was established in AD 645 and retains its original appearance despite having been rebuilt numerous times. Highlights include the Kaminari-mon Gate with its 3.3-meter-high red paper lantern bearing the inscription "Thunder Gate;" the famous and much-loved Incense Vat, reputed to drive away ailments (you'll see people cupping their hands around the smoke and applying it to the part of their body needing healing); and the fascinating temple doves, said to be Kannon's sacred messengers (they also tell fortunes by pulling cards from a deck). Afterwards, be sure to explore the rest of the 50-acre temple precinct with its warren of lanes.

4 National Museum of Nature and Science

In Tokyo's Ueno Park, the superb National Museum of Nature and Science (Kokuritsu Kagaku Hakubutsukan) opened in 1871 and is one of the country's oldest museums. Completely renovated and modernized, the museum houses a vast collection of materials related to natural history and science, including many fascinating interactive displays on space development, nuclear energy, and transportation, allowing visitors a unique insight into the latest scientific and technological advances. Highlights of the Japan Gallery (Nihonkan) include numerous exhibits of prehistoric creatures and the Japanese people, including traditional customs and outfits, while the Global Gallery (Chikyūkan) features many excellent scientific and technology displays, including robotics and vintage vehicles.

5 Ueno Park and Zoo

A paradise-like oasis of green in the heart of busy Tokyo, Ueno Park is the city's largest green space and one of its most popular tourist attractions. In addition to its lovely grounds, the park also boasts a zoo, aquarium, and numerous temples and museums to explore. Criss-crossed by pleasant gravel paths, this 212-acre park includes highlights such as a trip on a small boat on the reed-fringed Shinobazu pond, around a little island with its Bentendo Temple; visiting the 17th-century Toshogu Shrine with its 256 bronze and stone lanterns, or strolling around Ueno Park Zoo. Opened in 1882, it is Japan's oldest zoo, famous for the pandas presented by the People's Republic of China. The Aqua-Zoo, one of the largest aquariums in Asia, is also worth a visit, especially if traveling with kids.

6 Tokyo National Museum

The National Museum of Tokyo houses more than 100,000 important works of Japanese, Chinese, and Indian art, including more than 100 national treasures. Opened in 1938, the museum includes highlights such as numerous Buddhist sculptures from Japan and China dating from the 6th century to the present; a collection of old textiles, historical weapons, and military equipment; historical Japanese clothing; as well as Asian ceramics and pottery. Important artwork includes Japanese paintings from the 7th to the 14th centuries; exquisite Japanese and Chinese masterpieces of lacquer-work of various centuries, including examples of lacquer-carving, gold lacquer, and lacquer with mother of pearl; and many fine examples of calligraphy. Also worth a visit is the museum's traditional Japanese landscape garden with its three pavilions, including the 17th-century Tein Teahouse (Rokuso-an), and the nearby Museum for East Asiatic Art with its 15 exhibition galleries.

7 National Museum of Western Art

In Ueno Park, just three minutes' walk from Ueno Station, the National Museum of Western Art (Kokuritsu Seiyō Bijutsukan) was built in 1959 to plans by famous Swiss architect Le Corbusier. The exhibits, largely made up of works by important French artists, come mainly from the collections of Japanese businessman and art collector Kojiro Matsukata, bought during visits to Europe early in the 20th century. In the courtyard are works by French sculptor Auguste Rodin, while highlights inside are canvases by Impressionists Paul Cézanne, Claude Monet, Edouard Manet, and Edgar Degas.

8 The Meiji Shrine

Dedicated to Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shōken, construction of the splendid Meiji Shrine began in 1915 and was completed in 1926. Although the original structure was destroyed during WWII, it was rebuilt in 1958 and remains one of Tokyo's most important religious sites. Surrounded by a 175-acre evergreen forest that is home to some 120,000 trees representing species found across Japan, the shrine's highlights include its Inner Precinct (Naien) with its museum containing royal treasures, and the Outer Precinct (Gaien), home to the Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery with its superb collection of murals relating to the lives of the emperor and empress.

9 The Miraikan and Edo-Tokyo Museums

One of Tokyo's newest museums, the impressive National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Nippon Kagaku Mirai-kan) - usually simply referred to as the Miraikan - offers a fascinating insight into Japan's leading role in the field of technology. Created by Japan's Science and Technology Agency, this ultra-modern, purpose-built facility includes many hands-on interactive exhibits dealing with everything from earthquakes to weather, as well as renewable energy and robotics, and displays relating to modern transportation that include a superb model of a Maglev train. Also worth visiting is the Edo-Tokyo Museum, completed in 1993 and dealing with the region's rich past, present, and future. Of particular interest is a replica bridge leading into a mock-up of dwellings in the original old city of Edo.

10 The Tokyo Skytree

It's hard to miss the Tokyo Skytree (Tōkyō Sukaitsurī), a 634-meter-tall communications and observation tower that rises out of the city's Sumida district of Minato like a huge rocket ship. The country's tallest structure (and the world's tallest freestanding tower), the Tokyo Skytree opened in 2012 and has quickly become one of the city's most visited tourist attractions thanks to the incredible panoramic views from its restaurant and observation decks. With a base designed in the form of a massive tripod, the tower includes a number of cylindrical observation levels, including one at the 350-meter mark, and another at the 450-meter point, which includes a unique glass spiral walkway to an even higher viewpoint that also boasts glass floors for those with strong stomachs.

11 The National Art Center

Another of Tokyo's world-class museums is the excellent National Art Center (Kokuritsu Shin-Bijutsukan). Housed in a remarkable curved glass building in the city's Roppongi district, this superb facility only opened in 2007 and has since earned a well-deserved reputation for its fine permanent collection of more than 600 paintings, most from the 20th century, including many important pieces of modern art, as well as regular visiting exhibitions (the facility also boasts a shop and a restaurant). Also worth checking out is the Mori Art Museum (Mori Bijutsukan) on the top floors of the neighboring Roppongi Hills Mori Tower and notable for its regular exhibits of contemporary artwork from around the globe.

12 The Kabuki-za Theatre

Tokyo is home to a number of excellent theaters, none as well known as the historic Kabuki-za Theatre in the city's busy Ginza district, home to famous traditional Kabuki performances. Based upon a medieval, highly skilled, and often burlesque theatrical form including song and dance, the theater's performances are as popular among tourists as they are Japanese-speaking people. The drama and comedy are relatively easy to follow thanks to rich visuals and theatricality. The theater's interior, usually full to capacity with some 2,500 guests, is always intimate and seems more akin to an enormous family get-together than a stage show due to the fact that spectators bring their own food or purchase treats from the various restaurants spread around the auditorium. Performances can last for hours, and spectators stay as long as they wish (or as long as they can bear), and no one seems to take offense at people's comings and goings, nor their loud cheering or jeering.


Friday, 13 April 2018

#Register for the #Scientific_session #Gynecology_and_obstetrics @GynecologyCongress2018

5th Asia Pacific Gynecology and Obstetrics Congress to be held during August 22-23, 2018  at Tokyo, Japan with a theme “Expedite the Future Endeavours in Gynecology and Obstetrics Care”.
Register at: https://gynecology-obstetrics.conferenceseries.com/registration.php
About the session :
 Gynecology and obstetrics are the studies of the female reproductive system. Obstetrics is the branch of medicine that focuses on women during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. Gynecology is a broader field, focusing on the general health care of women and treating conditions that affect the female reproductive organs



Doctors who are specialized in gynecology and obstetrics will have to undergo four years of post-medical school training in the areas of women’s general health, pregnancy, labor and delivery, preconception and postpartum care, prenatal testing, and genetics. For example, women may be referred as gynecologists in the earlier stages of pregnancy, and obstetricians later in their term.
  • Track 1-1Pregnancy
  • Track 1-2Postpartum period
  • Track 1-3Female Reproductive system
  • Track 1-4Childbirth
For queries contact :
Prasanth
gynecologycongress@healthcarevents.com

Friday, 30 March 2018

Track 8 :#AdolescentGynecology @GynecologyCongress2018

Submit your abstract and register for the session at GynecologyCongress2018, Aug 22-23 and meet the experts at Tokyo, Japan.

Adolescent gynecology is an emerging specialty that includes adolescent endocrinology, gynecology, adolescent surgery, dermatology, psychiatry,  public health medicine and genetics. It thus addresses a wide spectrum of diseases from the newborn period to adolescence.The gynecological problems encountered in children and adolescents are often both medically and psychologically complex and thus require a highly skilled and coherent approach. The adolescent, who is no longer a child but not quite an adult, posses a particular management problem to the traditional specialties. In the field of adolescent gynecology more than anywhere else, the medical attitude is often striking by its extremes.
  • Track 8-1Pregnancy related problems in adolescent
  • Track 8-2Contraception
  • Track 8-3Adolescent sexual health
To know more about the conference: https://gynecology-obstetrics.conferenceseries.com/

Abstract submission: https://gynecology-obstetrics.conferenceseries.com/abstract-submission.php
contact :
Prasanth
Program Manager | Gynecology Congress 2018
gynecologycongress@healthcarevents.com

Friday, 16 March 2018

Submit your abstract for the track #GynecologyOncology @GynecologyCongress2018 #August22-23 #Tokyo #Japan

ConferenceSeries LLC.LTD is pleased to invite you to participate in the “ 5th Asia Pacific Gynecology and Obstetrics Congress” to be held during August 22-23, 2018  at Tokyo, Japan with a theme “Expedite the Future Endeavours in Gynecology and Obstetrics Care”.
more at: https://gynecology-obstetrics.conferenceseries.com

gyn oncology
As many Gynecological conferences and  meetings worldwide, it states that around 80,000 women are diagnosed with gynecologic cancers in the USA, and half of the people were uterine cancer diagnosed with deaths of 8,000 women per year. Ovariancancer is found to be the 2nd most common gynecologic cancer with around 22,000 new cases every year, leading to 16,000 deaths per year. Mortality of cases in cervicalcancer have been decreased as Pap smears have become common in place. However there are about 12,000 diagnoses every year in which about 4,200 women die from this disease every year. Vulvar and vaginal cancer are comparatively rare and when diagnosed and treated early it offers good prognosis. 4,500 women are being diagnosed with vulvar cancer each year, in which there is about 950 deaths among them. Vaginalcancer account for about 2,600 diagnoses each year causing about 840 deaths. Every woman is at risk for augmenting a gynecologic cancer. It is calculated that there will be around 98,000 new cases diagnosed and approximately causing 30,000 deaths from gynecological cancers in the USA during the year 2015 stated as per The American Cancer Society, in which Uterinecancer may have the large portion of about 50% cases with an estimated mortality rate of approximately 18.5%. The Ovarian cancer has the highest estimated mortality rate at 66%.
  • Track 2-1Breast cancer
  • Track 2-2Ovarian cancer
  • Track 2-3Cancer drugs
  • Track 2-4Role of Imaging in Gynecologic Oncology
Abstract Submission:  https://gynecology-obstetrics.conferenceseries.com/abstract-submission.php
Contact :
Prasanth
Program Manager
gynecologycongress@healthcarevents.com

Thursday, 8 March 2018

HappyWomensday @GynecologyCongress2018 (GynecologyConferences)


Submit your abstract on women's day for the track #womensHealthNursing #WomenshealthnursePractioner #Gynecologyandobstetrics #Midwifery #get discounts on the occasion of  #InterenationalWomensday.


 Gynecology  and obstetrics are the studies of the female reproductive system. Obstetrics is the branch of medicine that focuses on women during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. Gynecology is a broader field, focusing on the general health care of women and treating conditions that affect the female reproductive organs. Doctors who are specialized in gynecology and obstetrics will have to undergo four years of post-medical school ttraining inthe areas of women’s general health, pregnancy, labor and delivery, preconception and postpartum care, prenatal testing, and genetics. For example, women may be referred as gynecologists in the earlier stages of pregnancy, and obstetricians later in their term.
A midwife is a professional in midwifery . Also known as obstetrics, midwifery is the health science and the health profession concerned with pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period, besides sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. The actual duties of the midwife is mainly to assist in the birthing process. It is said that the rates of obstetrical intervention in birth are rising worldwide. For example, national cesarean rates in Taiwan, China, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, and Puerto Rico are between 40 and 50 percent. In the United States, the cesarean rate has risen since the early 2000s from 23 percent to 29.1 percent; most European countries, Canada, and Australia have cesarean rates in the mid-20 percent range. Although professional midwives attend the majority of births in some of these countries, they are biomedically socialized and often overworked, and have been unable to stem the rising cesarean tide, which is largely obstetrician-driven. Though both midwives and obstetricians have worked hard to preserve normal vaginal delivery in these countries the Scandinavian and Japan are the exceptions. HHere cesareanrates range from 12 to 17 percent.
The women’s Health Nurse provides a women centered service which aims to improve women’s health and wellbeing by maximizing access to a range of healthinformation .The aims of the clinical, counselling, referral and health promotion services provided are to maximize a women’s choice and facilitate empowerment contributing to improve outcomes for women. Among the many professional, the women’s health nurse focuses their  care exclusively on female healthissues issues. These nurses have a myriad of options as to where they wish to focus their careers. Nurses specializing in women’s health work in a variety of areas such as:
·         Gynecology & Obstetrics
·         Oncology
·         Geriatrics
·         Endocrinology
There are many areas of specialty and subspecialty within this scope. The various settings includes:
·         Hospitals
·         Private physicians’ offices
·         Schools
·         Community health centers
·         Nursing homes
 Women’sHealthNursePractitioners (WHNP) are the advanced practice registered nurses (APRN) who are educated and trained to provide health promotion and maintenance through the diagnosis and treatment of acute illness and chronic condition. According to the International Council of Nurses, an WHNP/advanced practice registered nurse is "a registered nurse  who has acquired the knowledge base, decision-making skills, and clinicalcompetencies for expanded practice beyond that of an RN, the characteristics of which would be determined by the context in which he or she is credentialed to practice.WHNP will develop the specialized skills and experience to treat and prevent illnesses unique to women, as well as provide focused care in areas such as:
·         Prenatal and postpartum care
·         Lifespan care through menopause
·         General wellness and preventive care
·         Reproductive health care
 The WHNP program helps aspiring nurse leaders in a variety of settings, including physician’s offices, primary care clinics, hospitals, emergency care clinics, and nursing homes, among others. 
Contact :
Prasanth
Program Manager | Gynecology Congress 2018
gynecologycongress@healthcarevents.com 
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