About Us

We are thankful to all the speakers, keynotes, organizing committee members, media partners for your excellent support towards our previous editions. 

After the completion of previous successful on - site conferences and webinars, the Global Episteme Inc. glad to announce its new meeting on women's health & obstetrics with theme of Virtual talks on woman’s health and held at online on 01 – 02 November 2021.

Theme: Virtual talks on woman’s health

Aim and scope

Women’s Health & Obstetrics 2021 aims to discover advances in women’s health and healthy aging, obesity and weight management, effect of drugs on pregnancy, abortion and mental health, menstrual cycle & menopause as well as a breadth of other topics. And bring together experts from various disciplines of healthcare practice, education, research and management and provides a best platform for practitioners, women’s health professionals, researchers and students to sow and reap knowledge on recent and current advancements in the various fields of Healthcare & obstetrics.   

Why should you attend Women’s Health & Obstetrics 2021??

Presentations: We are encouraging the people to present their research under the Plenary talks, Keynote session, Speaker Session, Poster session. Connect and learn: Use this platform to connect the people in the field of Women’s Health & Obstetrics and learn the content related to Women and Pain Medicines, Child Birth, Women’s Oncology, Depression & Anxiety, Healthy Aging, Abortion and Mental Health etc. Publication: Attending this webinar gives you the opportunity to publish your abstract or complete manuscript in conference proceedings

Submit your abstract under the below sessions and also sub - topics of the sessions.

Metastatic Breast Cancer | OB/GYN and Women's Health | Obesity and Weight Management | Healthy Aging | Women and Pain Medicines | Child Birth | Healthy Eating/Nutrition | Women and Diabetes | Exercise and Sports Medicine | Immunization | Infertility | Women’s Oncology | Depression & Anxiety | Menstrual Cycle & Menopause | Osteoporosis and Bone Health | Effect of Drugs on Pregnancy | Abortion and Mental Health | Sexually Transmitted Infection | Autoimmune Diseases | Endometriosis | Urogynecology | Women’s Health | Gynecology & Obstetrics | Midwifery | Reproduction and Sexual Health | Infertility | Reproductive Medicine | Breastfeeding | Complications during Pregnancy | Reproductive Endocrinology | PCOD and PCOS | Surrogacy and Psychological Concerns | Emergency Maternal Care | Health Disorders and Obesity | Abortion and Mental Health

Health Issues Specific to Women’s Health

  1. Heart Disease
  2. Breast Cancer
  3. Ovarian and Cervical Cancer
  4. Gynecological Health
  5. Pregnancy Issues
  6. Autoimmune Diseases
  7. Pregnancy issues
  8. Preconception care and prenatal care,
  9. Sudden infant death syndrome
  10. Rett syndrome

Target Audience

Breast Cancer Surgeons, Gynecologic Oncologists, Clinical Toxicologists, Hospital Administrators, Nursing and Healthcare Faculty, Radiographers and Sonographer, Healthcare Industries, Women’s Healthcare Students, Gynecologists, Midwifes, Pharmaceutical Industries, Nursing Lecturers, Scientists and Professors, Specialists in IVF, Obstetrics Pediatrics, Obstetricians, Endocrinologists, Pharmacotherapists, Pharmacists, Societies of Gynecology and women’s Healthcare, Family Medicine Physicians and General practitioners, Pathologists, Obstetricians, Women’s Healthcare Researchers, Healthcare Faculty, Young researchers, Training Institutes, Training Institutes, Medical Devices Manufacturing Companies

We have successfully completed our previous conferences on the topics of Nursing &, Nutrition & Food Science, Dentistry & Oral Health, Pediatrics & Neonatology Summit, Neuroscience & Mental Disorders, Obesity & Diet Management, Cancer Research, Coronavirus and Research, Material Science Congress, Infectious Diseases & Research, Gogreen Meet, Plant Science: Research & Technology

Nursing & Healthcare, June 24-25, 2019, Rome, Italy
Nutrition & Food Science, June 24-25, 2019, Rome, Italy
Dentistry & Oral Health, July 01-02, 2019. Rome, Italy
Neuroscience & Mental Disorders, July 01-02, 2019, Rome, Italy
Nursing & Healthcare Summit, October 21-22, 2019, Tokyo, Japan
Pediatrics & Neonatology Summit, October 21-22, 2019, Tokyo, Japan
Neuroscience & Mental Disorders, March 15-16, 2021. Virtual Conference
Nursing & Healthcare, March 15-16, 2021, Virtual Conference
Nutrition & Food Science, March 22-23, 2021, Virtual Conference
Obesity & Diet Management, March 22-23, 2021, Virtual Conference
Cancer Research, March 29-30, 2021, Virtual Conference
Coronavirus And Research, March 29-30, 2021. Virtual Conference
Material Science Congress, March 31-01, 2021, Virtual Conference
Webinar on Nursing & Healthcare, July 12-13, 2021, Virtual Conference
Webinar on Nutrition & Food Science, July 12-13, 2021, Virtual Conference


Accepted abstracts will be published in Conference proceedings and Google Scholar
Global networking: In transferring and exchanging Ideas
Our conference will arrange best online platform for your research through oral presentations.
Best chance to share your ideas with eminent people the field of your research.
Develop and improve your research skills.
Young Scientists will get appropriate and timely information by this Online event.
Time saving and cost effective
Extensive reach to international audience
Flexible and Convenient to attend & share your views from home
Develop connections and collaborations
E-Certificate of participation/presentation
You will receive your presentation copy (video) after the webinar

Market analysis

In the United States, women generally live long and healthy lives when compared to other less developed countries, but they still face many health issues involving cancer, disease, mental health, and fertility. In 2017, heart disease and cancer were the leading causes of death among women in the U.S., accounting for a combined 43 percent of all female deaths.

General health

Percentage of women in the U.S. who reported having a health condition that required ongoing monitoring, care or medication as of 2020, by age. 

Depression is predicted to be the second leading cause of global disability burden by 2020. It is twice as common in women.

Gender-specific risk could be a likely cause. This includes: gender-based violence, socio-economic disadvantage, income inequality, low social status and rank, and responsibility for the care of others.

Conditions That Affect Men and Women Differently

*The telltale heart attack sign of feeling like there’s an elephant sitting on your chest isn’t as common in women as it is in men. Many women feel upper back pressure, jaw pain, and are short of breath. Or they may feel nauseated and dizzy instead. Though heart disease is the leading cause of death for both genders in the U.S., women are more likely to die after they have a heart attack.

*Men are more likely than women to have serious cases of COVID-19, though it’s not clear why. It could be because men are more likely to have health problems, like high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease that raise the odds for severe COVID-19 symptoms. Another possible reason: Women tend to have stronger immune systems than men.

Violence against women and girls remains a global issue

During COVID-19 lockdowns, many women and girls have been isolated in unsafe environments where they are at heightened risk of experiencing intimate partner violence. Around one third of women worldwide have experienced physical and/or sexual violence by an intimate partner; and 18% have experienced such violence in the past 12 months. In the most extreme cases, violence against women is lethal: globally, an estimated 137 women are killed by their intimate partner or a family member every day.

While female genital mutilation is becoming less common in some countries, at least 200 million girls and women alive today have been subjected to this specific form of violence across Africa and the Middle East where the practice is most prevalent.

In a sign that attitudes are changing, women’s acceptance of being beaten by their partners decreased in almost 75% of countries with data over the past seven years. But laws to address domestic violence are not yet universally available, with only 153 countries having such laws. Gaps are largest in Northern Africa, Western Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, where 43% and 35% of countries respectively have not passed such laws.





Our topics include

Bleeding disorders | Fibroids (uterine) | Bacterial vaginosis | Autoimmune diseases | Hashimoto's disease| Sickle cell disease| Heart-healthy eating | Ovulation calculator | Urinary incontinence | Binge eating disorder | Birth control methods | Healthy living by age | Pelvic organ prolapse | Period (menstruation) | Postpartum depression | Asthma | Herpes | Stroke | Fitness | Diabetes | Douching | Insomnia | Syphilis | Chlamydia | Gonorrhea | Hepatitis | Pregnancy | Body image | Depression  | Folic acid | Infertility | Oral health | Weight loss | Women Cancer | Fibromyalgia | HIV and AIDS | Hysterectomy | Osteoporosis | Breast cancer | Breastfeeding | Endometriosis | Genital warts | Heart disease  | Ovarian cysts | Prenatal care | Genital herpes | Getting active | Healthy eating | Healthy weight | Ovarian cancer | Sexual assault | Uterine cancer | Bladder control | Bulimia nervosa | Cervical cancer | Date rape drugs | Graves' disease | Pregnancy tests | Thyroid disease | Viral hepatitis | Anorexia nervosa | Caregiver stress | Eating disorders | Uterine fibroids | Yeast infections | Anxiety disorders | Pap and HPV tests | Sleep and your health | Carpal tunnel syndrome | Iron-deficiency anemia | Stress and your health | Violence against women | Domestic violence/abuse | Pregnancy and medicines | Vaginal yeast infections | Human papillomavirus | Premenstrual syndrome  | Physical activity  | Screening tests and vaccines | Urinary tract infection | Irritable bowel syndrome | Spider veins and varicose veins | Varicose veins and spider veins | Inflammatory bowel disease | Polycystic ovary syndrome | Pelvic inflammatory disease | Overweight, obesity, and weight loss | Depression during and after pregnancy | Breast reconstruction after mastectomy | Female genital mutilation or cutting | Bladder pain syndrome  | Interstitial cystitis  | Emergency birth control/emergency contraception | Ovarian syndrome

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