I am a midwife and am interested in obstetric fistula, the most serious complication during childbirth. I'm studying in partnership with the Fistula Hospital in Ethiopia.
I am deeply concerned about the support of elderly pregnant women. In the future, the number of elderly pregnant women will increase. So I am conducting a research on the childcare stress of elderly pregnant women.
Assistant lecturer in obstetrics and gynecology Nusing department, Nursing college, Zagazig University
I passionated and intersted in women and reproductive health and supporting women during pregnancy,labour and periperium to improve health condition and decrease maternal morbidity, I also interested in improving women awareness toward health promotion as essential aim of SDGs
I am committed to the rehabilitation of mother's muscles and bones after childbirth. Postpartum prone to pelvic floor muscle and rectus abdominis muscle relaxation. So I want to research effective exercise methods to promote recovery.
My interest is in how to leverage the latest epidemiology methodology and health care big data in the global health area. Especially, I'm motivated to explore the impact of the disaster on Universal Health Coverage in developing countries.
I'm interested in how to support foreign residents in Japan regarding pregnancy, childbirth, and childcare. There have been reports of tragic incidents of some women trainees who came to Japan and have abandoned their babies after giving birth. I would like to do my research to realize a society in which everyone can have a safe and comfortable pregnancy, childbirth, and childcare when they want to.
I am interested in eHealth for the unreached communities. Currently, eHealth is a promising tool for the health care area. So, I am conducting my academic research to see the impact of eHealth education to reduce anemia among the school-going adolescent girl.
I'm Miyuki Toda.
I'm interested in maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health in Sub-Saharan Africa. Maternal mortality ratios and under-5 mortality rates remain high in Sub-Saharan Africa. I would like to research how innovative interventions can be implemented and scaled up to improve health equity for women and children.
"This is Murshid, a public health enthusiast. The issues related to quality primary healthcare, sexual and reproductive health, healthcare equity, public policy, issues of inclusive society attracts me most. Menstrual hygiene management is my current focus of activities."
I’m interested to analyze infectious diseases by mathematical method. I hope to make mathematical models to explain the regularity of HIV or other infectious diseases’ transmissions in specific populations and to find out the hidden information behind observational data, to increase the efficiency of prevention and control of HIV and other infectious diseases.
Assistant Lecturer, School of Nursing, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences, Tanzania.
I am passionate in teaching maternal and newborn care and supporting women and newborns to have a positive childbirth experience. I have been researching on Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, and Child Health. I am also interested in research that focuses on the use of technology in improving care provided to women during pregnancy and childbirth and reducing maternal mortality.
I am interested in the physical and psychological health of preterm infants and their mothers. Preterm infants often suffer from a variety of diseases, which has become the leading cause of neonatal death worldwide and imposes a huge burden on mothers of preterm infants. So I would like to do some research to improve the health of preterm infants and their mothers.
I am interested in the health care of people who come to Japan from overseas to live.
My research is focus on health information that can help maintain and improve health for people living in defferent environments from their home countries.
I am Zahidul Islam from Bangladesh. My main focus is to build a healthcare app that can be reduced maternal mortality and increase maternal health knowledge through eHealth education during the pregnancy period.