Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Womens health is a medical industry focused on the treatment, diagnosis of diseases and condition that affect womens physical and emotional health. Usually women and men share similar health challenges, the only difference is that womens health deserves special attention. There are biological processes like adolescence, pregnancy, childbirth and health risks in young women.


  • Track 1-1Physical fitness
  • Track 1-2Mental health
  • Track 1-3Healthy living by age
  • Track 1-4Relationships and safety

A balanced diet is a cornerstone of health. Women should enjoy a variety of healthy foods from all food groups, including whole grains, fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, low-fat or low-fat milk, and lean protein. But women also have special nutritional needs, and at every stage of a womens life these needs change.


  • Track 2-1Getting active
  • Track 2-2Healthy eating
  • Track 2-3Yoga practice
  • Track 2-4Importance of exercise for bone health

Womens Health Nursing (NWH) is the official clinical practice. Its mission is to improve outcomes for women and neonates through the dissemination of clinical scholarship. The journal focuses on evidence-based practice for womens health, childbirth and neonatal care.

  • Track 3-1Nursing Practitioner
  • Track 3-2Nursing courses
  • Track 3-3Registered nursing

A midwife is a health expert who helps healthy women at birth, birth and after the birth of their babies. Midwives may have babies at birth centres or at home, but most can also have babies in a hospital.

  • Track 4-1Examination and monitoring pregnancy women
  • Track 4-2Carrying out screening test
  • Track 4-3Assisting women in labor
  • Track 4-4Identifying high risk pregnancies

The menstrual cycle is the series of monthly changes the womens body undergoes in preparation for the possibility of pregnancy. Each month one ovarian egg releases - a process called ovulation. Simultaneously, hormonal changes prepare the uterus for pregnancy. If ovulation occurs and the egg is not fertilized, the endometrium is spilled through the vagina. This is the menstrual period. Menstrual irregularities are that the cycles are shorter or longer than usual; They are heavier or lighter than usual; Or they are experienced with other problems.

  • Track 5-1Depression and anxiety
  • Track 5-2Premenstrual dysphoric disorder
  • Track 5-3Amenorrhea- Absence of menstruation
  • Track 5-4Oligomenorrhea- infrequent menstrual cycle
  • Track 5-5Dysmenorrhea- painful periods
  • Track 5-6Menopause

Pregnancy is the period when one or more offspring develop within a woman. Multiple pregnancy includes more than one offspring, as with twins. Pregnancy can occur by having sex or assistive reproductive technology. Birth usually occurs around 40 weeks from the start of the last menstrual cycle (LMP). It's a little over nine months, with each month averaging 31 days. When measured from fertilization it is about 38 weeks. A foetus is the offspring that develops in the first eight weeks after fertilization, then uses the term foetal until birth. Early pregnancy symptoms may include missed periods, soft breasts, nausea and vomiting, hunger and frequent urination. Pregnancy can be approved in pregnancy testing.

  • Track 6-1pregnancy care
  • Track 6-2Placenta- structure and function
  • Track 6-3Effect on drug on pregnancy
  • Track 6-4Labor and birth
  • Track 6-5Infections in pregnancy

Breastfeeding is feeding babies and young children in a women’s breast milk. Healthcare professionals recommend breastfeeding to begin with the first hour of the baby's life and continue as often as the baby wants.

  • Track 7-1Protect against allergies
  • Track 7-2Reduces risk of viruses, urinary track infections
  • Track 7-3Reduces respiratory illness
  • Track 7-4Protect against diseases

Abortion is termination of pregnancy by deportation of a fetus before it can survive outside the womb. Abortion that occurs without intervention is known as spontaneous abortion or abortion. When intentional measures are taken to terminate pregnancy, this is called abortion-induced, or less often "abortion-induced". The word unchanged abortion usually refers to induced abortion. A similar procedure after the fetus has the potential to survive out of the uterus is known as "late termination of pregnancy" or less accurate as "late abortion".

  • Track 8-1Abdominal cramps and pain
  • Track 8-2Light vaginal bleeding
  • Track 8-3Vomiting, Nausea
  • Track 8-4Diarrhea
  • Track 8-5Fatigue

Gynaecology and Obstetrics is the medical practice that deals with the health of the female reproductive system (vagina, uterus and ovaries) and disorders. Gynaecological disorder is a condition affecting the female reproductive organs, such as the breasts and organs in the abdominal and pelvic region. Usually, every woman has a gynaecological condition in some women at some point in her life.

  • Track 9-1 Hormonal problem
  • Track 9-2 Urinary track and pelvic disorder
  • Track 9-3Vaginal dryness
  • Track 9-4Vulvodynia
  • Track 9-5Polycystic ovary syndrome

Gynaecological problems in adolescents are common, and although difficult pathology is rare, distress and discomfort can be significant. Teenage girls are under greater pressure than ever before, especially in terms of test performance; They find it difficult to manage menstruation particularly hard.

  • Track 10-1Puberty
  • Track 10-2Ovarian cysts
  • Track 10-3Vaginal discharge and bleeding
  • Track 10-4Premature thelarche

Fertility is the natural ability to produce offspring. In humans, infertility is the inability to get pregnant after a year of intercourse without contraception involving a male and female partner. There are many causes of fertility, including some that medical intervention can treat.

  • Track 11-1Unhealthy body weight
  • Track 11-2Hormone imbalance
  • Track 11-3Stimulating ovulation with fertility drugs
  • Track 11-4Surgery to restore fertility

Sexually transmitted diseases is also known as STDs are infections that pass from person to person through sexual contact. They are also known as STIs or STDs. Infectious organisms can also move between people in semen, vaginal secretions or blood during intercourse. One of the major causes of death among women of childbearing age in HIV / AIDS, resulting from the restriction of womens knowledge of HIV and unsafe sex.

  • Track 12-1HIV/AIDS
  • Track 12-2Gonorrhoea
  • Track 12-3Hepatitis B
  • Track 12-4Chlamydia
  • Track 12-5Genital herpes

Family planning may involves examination, and relevant considerations on health of a women with respect to the number of children a women wants to have, including conditions such as choosing to never have children, as well as the age at which she wants to have them. These issues are influenced by external factors such as marital status, career considerations, financial status and any disabilities that may affect their ability to bring and raise children into the world.

  • Track 13-1Preventing pregnancy related health issues
  • Track 13-2Weight gain
  • Track 13-3Intermenstrual spotting
  • Track 13-4Breast tenderness

Reproductive cancers are tumors found in organs identified with multiplication. Every type of female regeneration has distinct expressions, so focus on the changes in your body and talk to your healthcare provider with every concern. It is critical to contact a social security provider. A risk factor is the possibility that something will hurt or usually affect a person's well-being. There are a variety of risk factors that can increase the chances of creating female regeneration diseases. Determining a risk factor does not mean that you will produce growth. Some risk variables can be changed using your welfare tendencies. Treatment relies on the type of growth. Reflective malignancies are regularly treated with medical procedure, chemotherapy (prescription for tumor cell murder), hormone therapy (drugs for square hormones associated with the development of the disease), radiation therapy or a combination of those used together.

  • Track 14-1Breast cancer
  • Track 14-2Vulvar cancer
  • Track 14-3Vaginal cancer
  • Track 14-4Ovarian cancer
  • Track 14-5Cervical cancer

Genetic disorder is a problem usually caused by one or more genomes defects. Most genetic disorders are quite rare and affect one person every few thousands or millions. Genetic disorders may be hereditary or non-hereditary. However, in some genetic disorders, defects may be caused by new mutations or changes in DNA.

  • Track 15-1Uterine Fibroids
  • Track 15-2Turner syndrome
  • Track 15-3Persistent genital arousal disorder
  • Track 15-4XX gonadal dysfunction

While both men and womens contract in different situations, some health problems affect women more frequently. Furthermore, many womens health conditions are undiagnosed, and most drug trials do not include subjects. However, women suffer from exclusive health concerns, such as breast cancer, cervical cancer, menopause and pregnancy. Women have higher heart attacks than men. Depression and anxiety occur more frequently in patients. Urinary conditions that occur more often in females, and STDs can cause more harm to women. Of the conditions that occur most frequently among women, the following eight diseases pose considerable health hazards.

  • Track 16-1Autoimmune diseases
  • Track 16-2Endometriosis
  • Track 16-3Urogynecology
  • Track 16-4Female Sexual dysfunction
  • Track 16-5Osteoporosis

Diagnostic radiology refers to the field of medicine that uses various advanced and focused minimally invasive, non-invasive imaging scans for patient diagnosis. The tests and equipment sometimes used involve low doses of radiation to create highly detailed images of an area.

  • Track 17-1Ultrasound
  • Track 17-2MRI
  • Track 17-3Dexa
  • Track 17-4Advanced scanning technology
  • Track 17-5Site specific scan technique
  • Track 17-6Mammography

Common health issues are the condition where you are unable to function normally and painlessly.

  • Track 18-1Obesity
  • Track 18-2Cancer
  • Track 18-3Diabetes
  • Track 18-4Heart diseases
  • Track 18-5Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Track 18-6Womens Mental Health

The empowerment of women and the achievement of gender equality are necessary for our society to ensure the sustainable development of the country. Many world leaders and scholars argue that sustainable development is impossible without  womens empowerment and gender equality. Sustainable development presupposes environmental protection, social and economic development, and without the empowerment of women, women will not feel equal importance to the development process, like men. It is widely believed that the full participation of both men and women is crucial for development.


  • Track 19-1Importance of women empowerment in Economic Development
  • Track 19-2Role of women in creating Healthy Society
  • Track 19-3The role of women in contemporary society
  • Track 19-4Under-represented women in key fields
  • Track 19-5Gender issues faced by women