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Euro Women's Health 2018

About the Conference

Europe Conferences of Conference Series is glad to invite all the experts around the globe working in the arena of Obstetrics, Gynecology, Reproductive Medicine and allied fields of Women’s Health to the upcoming Annual Congress on Women’s Health & Reproductive Medicine (Women’s Health 2018) during December 03-04, 2018 at Lisbon, Portugal.

This Euro Women's Health Congress is based on the theme “Revolutionizing the Future Strategies for Women’s Health Research”. 

The European Women’s Health Congress aims to discuss the comprehensive overview of the latest developments, innovations, challenges and strategies in the arena of Women’s Health ranging from Reproductive Medicine, Gynecology, Gynecologic Oncology, Maternal & fetal health, female infertility, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intrauterine insemination (IUI), operative gynaecology and many more.

Many eminent Gynecologists, Fertility specialist, researchers, scientists, and experts from both the Hospitals, Academia, and Industries will participate in this Women’s Health Congress to share their research experience via presentations, interactive case studies, Workshops, Symposiums, Oral Presentations, Poster Presentations, One to one meetings, Networking sessions, e-posters, and Plenary sessions, B2B etc. 

To recognize the Young Researchers and expert individuals exhibited outstanding research in the area of Gynaecology, Obstetrics, Reproductive Medicines, and other related expertise of Women’s Health, the Women’s Health 2018 Conference is planned to present the Young Research award through its Young Researcher Forum (YRF), Best Poster Award, and Best Presentation Award.  

This Women’s Health Congress offers the best international platform to share the research knowledge among peer global experts, questions raised in the field of Women’s Health can be resolved through the consensus based expert opinions presented here at this Women’s health Congress.

We Welcome all to join us at this upcoming rewarding experience at Lisbon, where you can interact with top experts, engage yourself in a dedicated scientific networking environment, expand your knowledge and enhance your collaborative research in the field of Gynecology, Reproductive Medicine & Women’s Health.  

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Steroids Treatment | Advances of Diabetes Cure | Adverse outcome | AFI | After coming head | Afterbirth | Afterpains | Alternative PCOS Treatment | Amniocentesis | Amniocentesis | Amniotic Fluid | Amniotic Fluid Index | Amniotic Sac | Anabolic Steroids | Anaemia | ANC | Antenatal | Antenatal care | Antenatal clinic  | Antepartum haemorrhage  | Anteverted (uterus)  | Apgar Score | APH | Appetite | AR | Areola | ARM | ART | ART cycle | ART procedures | ART  | Artificial Insemination | Artificial insemination | Artificial rupture of | ASD | Assisted Reproduction | Assisted Reproductive Technology | Atrial Septal Defect | Autoimmune Diseases | Autosomal Dominant  | Autosomal Recessive  | AV | Bacterial vaginosis | Balanitis | Bartholin's cyst | Basal Metabolic Rate | BBA | Behavioral Endocrinology | Belly Fat | Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy  | Biophysical Profile  | Biophysical Score  | Biparietal diameter  | Birthcontrol | BMI | Body mass index | Born before arrival | BPD | BPP | BPS | Braxton Hicks Contractions | Breakthrough bleeding  | Breast and Cervical Cancer | Breast Cancer | Breast Cancer | Breast disease | Breast Diseases | Breast Feeding | Breastfeeding | Breastfeeding and diet | Breastfeeding problems | BSO | BTB | Caesarean section | Caesarean section  | Calcium Homeostasis | Canceled cycle | Candidiasis (thrush) | Candidiasis | men | Cardiotocograph   | Catabolic Steroids | CAVSD | CCAM | CCT | CDH | Cellular Endocrinology | Cephalic presentation | Cephalo-pelvic disproportion  | Cervical Cancer | Cervical Cancers | Cervical Cancers | Cervical Dilation | Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia | Cervix | cervix | Cesarean Delivery | CF | CH | Childhood Diabetes | Chlamydia | Chorionic Villous Sample | Chorionic villus sampling | Chorionic Villus Sampling | CIN | CISC | Cisterna Magna  | CLC | Clean intermittent self | Clinical Gynecologic Oncology | Clinical Gynecologic Oncology | Clinical Gynecologic Oncology | CM | COCP | Colostrum | Combination cycle | Combined atrial ventricular | Combined contraceptive pill | Combined oral contraceptive | Combined Test (or | combined therapy (in | Community led care | Comparative Endocrinology | Complications of Hyperglycemia | Complications of Hypoglycemia | Concentration of motile sperm | Condoms (male and female) | Congenital Cystic Adenomatoid | Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia | Continuous | Contraception | Contraceptive injections | Contraceptive patch | Contractions | Controlled cord traction | Corpus Luteum | Cortico Steroids | Cortisol | CPD | CRL | Crown-rump length  | Cryopreservation | CS | CT | CTG | CVS | Cystic Fibrosis  | Cystic Hygroma  | DA | DCDA | Deep venous thrombosis | Detrusor overactivity  | Diabetes | Diabetes and Alcohol | Diabetes and Weight Loss | Diabetes Cholestrol | Diabetes for Dummies | Diabetes Lipid Metabolism | Diabetes Statistics | Diamorphine | Diaphragms and caps | Diarrhea In Pregnancy | DIC | Dichorionic Diamniotic Twins | Dilatation | Diminished ovarian reserve | Disseminated intravascular coagulation | DOA | Domestic violence on women | Donor egg cycle | Donor embryo | Down's Syndrome | Downs syndrome  | Dry vagina | DS | DUB | Ductus Venosus  | Duodenal Atresia  | DV | DVT | Dysfunctional uterine bleeding | Dyspepsia in pregnancy | EB | EC | Ectopic pregnancy | Ectopic pregnancy | ECV | EDD | EDF | Effects of Drugs on Pregnancy | Effects of PCOS on Womens Health | EFW | egg | Egg retrieval | Egg transfer | Embryo | embryo implantation | Embryo transfer | Emergency contraception | Emergency contraception  | Emergency contraceptive pill | End diastolic flow | Endocrine Oncology | Endocrine System Diseases | Endocrinologist | Endocrinologist Communication | Endocrinology | Endocrinology Case Reports | Endometreosis In Pregnancy | Endometrial biopsy  | Endometrial Cancer | Endometrial Cancer | Endometrial thickness  | Endometriosis | Endometriosis | Endometriosis | Endometriosis | Endometriosis Treatment | Engorgement | Entonox | Epidural | Epidural anaesthesia | Epidural Steroids | Episiotomy | Episiotomy | ERPC | Estimated date of | Estimated fetal weight | ET | Ethical Legal and Social Issues | EUA | EUA Examination under anaesthesia | Evacuation of retained | Examination under anaesthesia | External cephalic version | Fallopian Tube | fallopian tube | Fallopian Tubes | Family Planning | Family Planning | FBS | female reproductive cell | Female sterilisation | Female Steroids | Femur Length   | Fertility Acupuncture | fertility medications | fertility treatment | fertilization of the egg | fertilize egg | fertilized egg implants | Fetal blood sample  | Fetal Distress | Fetal heart   | Fetal heart heard  | Fetal movements (Felt)  | Fetal scalp electrode  | FH | FHH | Fibroids | First Stage of Labour | FL | FM(F) | Foetal alcohol syndrome | Folic Acid | Forceps | frozen embryos  | FSE | Fundus | gamete intrafallopian transfer | Genital herpes | Genital warts | Genitalia | Genuine stress incontinence  | Gestation related optimal weight | Gestational Diabetes | GIFT | Goiter | Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone | Gonorrhoea | Graves Disease | Graves’ Disease | GROW | GSI | Guthrie Test | gynaecological oncology | Gynecologic Cancer: Case Reports | Gynecologic Cancer: Case Reports | Gynecologic Cancer: Signs and Symptoms | Gynecologic Cancer: Signs and Symptoms | Gynecologic Cancer: Treatment and Monitoring | Gynecologic Cancer: Treatment and Monitoring | Gynecologic Cancers: Case Report | Gynecologic Cancers: Case Report | Gynecologic Diseases | Gynecologic Diseases | Gynecologic Oncology | Gynecologic Oncology | Gynecologic Oncology: Research | Gynecologic Oncology: Research | Gynecologic Surgery | Gynecologic Surgery | Gynecologic Surgery | Gynecological Endocrinology | Gynecological Endocrinology | Gynecological Endocrinology | Gynecological Oncology | Gynecological Oncology | Gynecology | Gynecology & Obstetrics | Gynecology & Obstetrics | Gynecology and Obstetrics | Gynecology and Obstetrics | Gynecology and Oncology Nursing | Gynecology and Oncology Nursing | Gyno Steroids | Haemoglobin | Haemorrhage | Haemorrhoids (piles) | Hashimotos Thyroiditis | HC | Head circumference   | Health-Related Behaviours in Women | Health-Related Behaviours in Women | Health-Related Behaviours In Women | Hernia | HIE | High Risk Pregnancy | High vaginal swab  | HIV and AIDS | HIV And Pregnancy | HL | HLH(S) | Hormonal Disorders | Hormonal Imbalance | Hormonal Therapy | Hormone Epinephrine | Hormone replacement therapy  | HPV | HPV Vaccines | HPV Vaccines | HRT | Human papilloma virus  | Human papilloma Virus Infection | Human papilloma Virus Infection | Humerus Length   | HVS | Hydrocortisone | Hyperemesis gravidarum | Hyperthyroidism | Hyperthyroidism Symptoms | Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome | Hypothyroidism | Hypothyroidism Symptoms | Hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy  | Hysterectomy | Illegal Steroids | IMB | Impact Factor | In Vitro Fertilization | induced terminations | Induction of labour  | Infertility | Infertility | Infertility | Infertility | Infertility Treatment | Insulin Resistance | Intermenstrual bleeding   | Intrauterine device   | Intrauterine device (IUD) | Intrauterine fetal death  | Intrauterine growth restriction  | Intrauterine insemination | Intrauterine system   | Intrauterine system (IUS) | Intrauterine transfusion   | Involution | Iodine Deficiency | Iodine Supplements | IOL | IUD | IUD | IUD | IUFD | IUGR | IUI | IUS | IUS | IUT | IVF | IVF | IVF Treatment | Jaundice | KFD | Kielland’s Forceps Delivery  | Labour | Labour | Laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy | Last menstrual period  | Latest Research on Diabetes | LAVH | Let-down | Levothyroxine | Linea Nigra | Liquid Steroids | live birth | LMP | Lochia | Lower segment Caesarean section | LSCS | Male contraceptive pill | Male Reproductive Cancers | Male Reproductive Cancers | Mammary Gland | Manual Removal Of Placenta | Mastitis | Mastitis | maternal age | Maternal and Child Health | maternal and fetal medicine | Maternal Fetal Medicine | Maternal Fetal Medicine | Maternal health | Maternal serum screening  | Maternal-Fetal Medicine | Mauriceau-Smellie-Viet manoeuvre (in breech | MCA | MCDA | MCMA | Meconium | Medical Diagnosis of PCOS | Medicated Intrauterine Devices | Menopausal and Post-Menopausal Health | Menopause | Menopause | Menopause | Menopause | Menopause Symptoms | Menstrual Cycle | Menstrualcycle | Mental health | Metabolic Acidosis | Metabolic Disorder | Metabolic Nutrition | Metabolic Pathway | Metabolic Syndrome | Metabolic Syndrome Diet | Metabolic Weight Loss | Metabolism | Metabolism Boosters | Middle Cerebral Artery  | Midwifery | Midwifery | Midwifery nurse practitioner Education | Miscarriage | miscarriage | Monochorionic Diamniotic Twins  | Monochorionic Monoamniotic Twins  | Morning sickness | Mother Health | MROP | MSS | MSV | NAD | Nasal Steroids | Natural family planning | Nausea | Nausea Pregnancy | NBFD | Neonatal death   | Neonatology | Neural tube defect  | Neuroactive steroids | Neuro-Endocrinology | Neville Barnes Forceps Delivery | NIEL | NIPT | NND | No abnormality detected  | Non-invasive prenatal testing  | Non-specific urethritis | Normal vaginal delivery  | Not in established labour | NT | NTD | Nuchal translucency   | Nuchal Translucency Scan | NVD | OA | Obesity and Diabetes | Obstetrics | Obstetrics and Gynecology | Occipito-anterior position   | Occipito-lateral position   | Occipito-posterior position   | Occipito-transverse position   | Oedema | OL | oocyte  | oocyte retrieval | oocyte transfer | OP | Oral Steroids | OT | Ovarian Cancer | Ovarian Cancers | Ovarian Cancers | Ovarian Cyst | ovarian follicles | ovarian stimulation | ovaries | Ovulation pain | ovum | Oxytocin | PA | Paediatric Endocrinology | Parathyroid | Parathyroid Hormone | parental rights | Pathophysiology of Diabetes | PCB | PCOS | PCOS and Pregnancy | PCOS- Medications and Treatment | PE | Pediatrics | Pelvic Floor | Pelvic inflammatory disease | Pelvic inflammatory disease  | Perinatal Infections | Perineum | Persistent occipito-posterior position or pill | PET | Pethidine | Pheromone | PI | PID | PIH | Placenta | Placenta Praevia | PMB | PMS/T | Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome | Polycystic ovarian syndrome  | Polycystic Ovary Syndrome | Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) | Polyhydramnios (too much amniotic fluid) | POP | Post coital bleeding  | Post void | Posterior Ventricular | Postmenopausal bleed   | Postnatal | Postnatal depression | Postpartum haemorrhage   | Postpartum psychosis | PP | PPH | PPROM | Preclampsia In Pregnancy | Preconception | Pre-eclampsia | Pre-eclamptic toxaemia   | Pregnancy | Pregnancy and baby guide | Pregnancy and Child health | Pregnancy Care | Pregnancy Constipation | Pregnancy Diabetes | Pregnancy Fitness | Pregnancy Nutrition | Pregnancy test | Pregnancy-induced hypertension   | Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) | Premature ejaculation | Premature Ovarian Failure (POF) | Premature prelabour | Premenstrual syndrome/tension   | Prenatal Care | Prenatal Diagnosis | Prenatal Diagnosis | Prenatal Healthcare | Presenting part   | Prevention and Management of PCOS | Progestogen only pill | Prolactin | Prolonged ruptureterm) | PROM | PT | Pubic lice | Puerperium | Pulmonary Artery   | Pulmonary embolism   | Pulsatility Index   | PVR | Recent Research and Current Advancements in PCOS Treatment | Reproductive and Sexual Health | Reproductive Behavior | Reproductive Biology | Reproductive Genetics | Reproductive Health | Reproductive Health | Reproductive Medicine | Reproductive Medicine | Reproductive Medicine | reproductive medicine | Reproductive System | Retroverted (uterus) | Reverse Diabetes | RhD | Rhesus Disease | RV | Sacrospinous colpopexy | Sacrospinous fixation | SB | Scabies | Second Stage of Labour | Self retaining | Semen Analysis And Sperm Characteristics | Sex Hormone | Sex Hormones | Sex Organ | Sex-Determination | Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights | Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights | Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights | Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights | sexual and reproductive healthcare | Sexual Disorders | Sexual health clinics | Sexual intercourse | Sexual Problems in Women | Sexually Transmitted Disease | Sexually Transmitted Diseases | SFGA | Show | SI | Small for | Smoking In Pregnancy | SPC | SPD | Spermatogonia | Spermatozoa | Spina Bifida | Spontaneous rupture | Spontaneous vaginal | SRC | SROM | SSCP | SSF | STAH | Steroid Myopathy | Steroid Transformation | Steroids Addiction | Steroids and Alcohol | Steroids in Pregnancy | Steroids Supplements | Stillbirth  | Stitches | STOP | Stress In Pregnancy | Stretch marks | Subtotal abdominal | Suction termination | Suprapubic catheter | SVD | Sweep | Symphysis pubis | Syndrome X | Synthetic Steroids | Syntocinon | Syphilis | T13 | T18 | T21 | TAH | TBA | TCD | TCRF | TENS | Tension free | Termination Of Pregnancy | TGA | Thermal balloon | Thrush | Thrush | men | Thyroid Cancer | Thyroid Gland | Thyroid Nodules | Thyroid Symptoms | Thyroid Test | Thyroid Treatment | Thyroidectomy | Thyrotoxicosis | Thyroxine | TLH | TOF | TOS | Total abdominal | Total Laparoscopic | TR | Tracheo-oesophageal Fistula | Tranexamic acid | TransCerebellar Diameter | Transcervical resection | Transformation zone | Transition | Transposition of | Transverse Lie | Trial of | Trial without | Trichomoniasis | Tricuspid Regurgitation | Triple test | Trisomy  | Trisomy  | Trisomy  | TSH Levels | TSH Test | TT | TTTS | Turner’s syndrome | TVT(O) | Twin To | TWOC | TXA | Type 1 Diabetes | Type 2 Diabetes | TZ | UA | UDS | Ultrasound Pregnancy | Ultrasound scan | Umbilical Artery | undeveloped eggs | Unisexual Reproduction | Urinary tract | Urinary Tract Infection | Uro- Gynecology | Uro- Gynecology | Urodynamic stress | Urodynamic study | urogynaecology | Urogynecology | Uro-Gynecology | Uro-Gynecology | USI | USS | Uterine Cancer | Uterine disease | uterine lining | Uterus | Uterus | uterus | UTI | Vagina | Vaginal birth | Vaginal dryness | Vaginal hysterectomy | Vaginal Infections (Vaginitis) | Vaginal intraepithelial | VAIN | Varicose veins | Vasectomy | Vasectomy | VBAC | Venous thromboembolism | Ventouse | Ventricular Septal | Vernix | Veterinary Steroids | VH | VIN | Violence against women | vitro fertilization | Vp | VSD | VTE | Vulval intraepithelial | Warts | genital | Waters Breaking | WB | Withdrawal bleed | Woman Cancer | Woman Diabetes | Woman Disorders | Woman Hormones | Woman Mental Health | Woman Psychology | Women Cancers | Women Cancers | Women Oncology | Women Reproductive Cancers | Women Reproductive Cancers | Women’s Health | Womens diet and nutrition | Women's Fitness | Women's Health | XO | ZIFT | zygote intrafallopian transfer | Fetus | unborn offspring | conception | Follicle | developing egg | Follicle-Stimulating Hormone | FSH | pituitary gland | ovarian reserve | Fresh eggs | sperm | embryos | Frozen embryo cycle | cryopreserved embroys | Gamete | reproductive cell | Acne | Anorexia nervosa | Anxiety disorders | Asthma | Autoimmune diseases | Bacterial vaginosis | Binge eating | Birth control | Bladder control | Bladder pain syndrome (interstitial cystitis) | Bleeding disorders | Body image | Breastfeeding | Bulimia nervosa | Cancer | Caregiver stress | Carpal tunnel syndrome | Cervical cancer | Chlamydia | Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS) | Date rape drugs | Depression | Depression during and after pregnancy | Diabetes | Domestic violence/abuse | Douching | Early-stage breast cancer treatment | Breast reconstruction after mastectomy | Emergency birth control/emergency contraception | Endometriosis | Female genital cutting | Fibroids (uterine) | Fibromyalgia | Fitness and nutrition | Folic acid | Genital herpes | Genital warts | Gonorrhea | Graves' disease | Hashimoto's disease | Healthcare and women | Improving Women's Health | Heart disease | Make the Call | Heart-healthy eating | Hepatitis | Herpes | HIV and AIDS | Human papillomavirus (HPV) | Hysterectomy | Infertility | Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) | Insomnia | Interstitial cystitis (bladder pain syndrome) | Iron-deficiency anemia | Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) | Lupus | Mammograms | Menopause | Menstruation and the menstrual cycle | Mental health | Migraine | Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) | Myasthenia gravis | National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day | National Women's Health Week | Nursing (breastfeeding) | Nutrition (and fitness) | Oral health | Osteoporosis | Ovarian cancer | Ovarian cysts | Ovarian syndrome (PCOS or polycystic ovary syndrome) | Overweight | obesity | and weight loss | Pap test | Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) | Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) | Pelvic organ prolapse | Period (menstruation) | Physical activity (exercise) | Pregnancy | Depression during and after pregnancy | Pregnancy and medicines | Pregnancy tests | Prenatal care | Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) | Screening tests and vaccines | Sexual assault | Sexually transmitted infections (STDs | STIs) | Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) | pregnancy | and breastfeeding | Spider veins and varicose veins | Stress and your health | Stroke | Syphilis | Thyroid disease | Trichomoniasis | Urinary incontinence | Urinary tract infection (UTI) | Uterine cancer | Uterine fibroids | Vaginal yeast infections | Varicose veins and spider veins | Violence against women | Viral hepatitis | Weight loss (and overweight and obesity) | Yeast infections | Yeast Infection | PCOS | Thyroid Problems | Urinary Tract Infection | Hashimoto's Thyroiditis | Hypothyroidism | Endometriosis | Ovarian Cyst | Graves' Disease | TSH | Pelvic Inflammatory Disease | Hysterectomy | Birth Control | HIV and HPV | Breast Implants  | Caregiving | College Health | Diabetes | Healthy Aging | Heart Health | Mammograms | Menopause  | Pregnancy | Safe Medication Use | Hispanic Women's Health | Learning Disabilities | McCune-Albright Syndrome (MAS) | Men's Reproductive Health | Menkes Disease | Menopause | Menstruation and Menstrual Problems | Muscular Dystrophy | Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) | Neural Tube Defects (NTDs) | Neuroscience | Newborn Screening | Obesity and Overweight | Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) | Pediatric Injury | Pelvic Floor Disorders | Pelvic Pain | Pharmacology | Phenylketonuria (PKU) | Pheochromocytoma and Paraganglioma | Pituitary Tumors | Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) | Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) | Preconception Care and Prenatal Care | Preeclampsia and Eclampsia | Pregnancy | Pregnancy Loss | Preterm Labor and Birth | Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) | Puberty and Precocious Puberty | Reading and Reading Disorders | Rehabilitation Medicine | Rehabilitative and Assistive Technology | Rett Syndrome | Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) | Sleep | Spina Bifida | Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) | Stillbirth | 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Who Should Attend

Experts from Academia & Hospitals

Euro Women’s Health Congress welcomes Directors, Deans, Professors, Associate professors, Assistant Professors, Researchers, Research Scholars, Experts, Practitioners, Surgeons, Consultants, NGOs and other organizations/individuals working in the areas of gynaecology, fetal and maternal health, gynaecological oncology, reproductive medicine, operative gynaecology, female infertility, IVF-IUI procedures, but not limited to: 

  • Gynaecologists
  • Heads of the Obstetrics & Gynaecology Departments
  • Oby-Gyne Consultants/ Specialists
  • Directors of Maternity Hospitals
  • Obstetricians
  • Infertility Specialists
  • Gynaecological Pathologists
  • Fetal Medicine Specialists
  • Reproductive Medicine Specialists
  • Endoscopic Surgeons
  • Laparoscopy Specialists
  • Midwives
  • Nurses
  • Hysteroscopy Specialists
  • Gynaecological Oncologists
  • Embryologists
  • Radiographers and Sonographer
  • Anaesthesiologist
  • Family Medicine Physicians and General practitioners
  • All other medical & Healthcare professionals

Industry specialists, suppliers, manufacturers or vendors dealing with:

  • Gynaecology Products
  • Surgical products
  • Women's Health Products
  • IVF service providers
  • Endoscopy & laparoscopy products
  • Family medicine
  • Pathology & laboratory equipment’s etc.

Why Attend

  • Engage yourself into the well organized scientific program and networking environment
  • Discuss your ideas and views with pioneers in the fields of gynaecology, obstetrics, midwifery and fertility
  • Meet and interact with decision makers from both the private & government hospitals, and clinics from all round the globe
  • Review & learn the latest trends and technologies in diagnosis and treatments of diseases related to obstetrics, gynaecology, fertility & management of Women’s Health
  • Be a part of the interactive debates, plenary sessions and discussions about the current issues in the area of Women’s health and come to a consensus using evidence-based expert opinion
  • Apply the latest developments into your clinical practice
  • World-class platform to Exhibit your products and services
  • 25+ presentations from Industry and Academia leaders.

Major Sessions

Womens Health Market

In 2010, global population accounted about 6.15bn of which 49.7% was women. The same trend is expected to be exist by 2025. By 2025, the world population is forecasted to be 8.19bn of which 49.5% will be women. This forecasted figure explains the growth potential of the Womens Health market till 2025. It is generally observed that women live longer as compared to men and undergo rapid hormonal, physiological and emotional changes in their log life time. This factor is now working as a catalyst for providing better education and healthcare services to women in all countries across the globe.

Womens Health Congress

 The 21st century is the witness of increasing awareness about the Womens Health in terms of deep focus on good quality education, accessibility of good quality health services, increased social awareness for Women, and accessibility of quality healthcare. The Global Womens Health Market was estimated to be 30.88bn in 2016 and expected to reach over 51.3bn by 2025 at a CAGR of 5.85% as estimated by different independent research firms.

The increase in geriatric population among women pool is proportional to the higher rate of menopause and related disorders driving the growth of the Womens Health market. In this century women are more career oriented due to which the marriage age also getting delayed resulting higher rate of infertility and related cases. Rapid changes in life style and increased stress also another factor that affects the overall women’s health. These factor combinedly driving the Women’s health market and it is predicted that the same trend will continue in near future too. 

All major countries also increasing their healthcare budget time to time fuelling the growth of Women’s Health Market. Also, the growing awareness of birth control methods in both developing and developed countries are the major driving factor for the growth of the market. Again, contraception and other birth control methods are supported by the governments in developing nations can be additional growth factor of the market. 

Increase involvement of public-private funding towards birth control and grants for infertility treatment is estimated to support the growth of the Womens health market in future. Many organizations also supporting the reimbursement of infertility treatment as higher costs are involved with it. The National Infertility Association provides about $2000-$16000 for the treatment and the medications associated with infertility. 

Womens Health Congress

Studies reveal that North America captured highest share of the global Women’s Health Market followed by Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa in 2016. Around 15% of female population of North America are above 65 years resulting increased demand of Women’s healthcare products. Further higher awareness among women and increased healthcare expanses also contributing to this growth. Asia Pacific is going to be the witness of substantial growth of the market during the forecast period. India and China are the two most populous countries in the world and the government initiatives towards in these two countries and among other APAC regions like Japan, Australia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh to control the population growth with further impact the Women’s Health market in a positive manner. In 2016, Japan shared around 20% of the APAC Women’s Health market. As per the population statistics, 40% of total Japanese population is at 65 or above aged, Also, increased prevalence of diseases such as endometriosis, postmenopausal osteoporosis, and breast cancer will further fuel the growth of the Women’s health market.

Annual congress on Womens Health

The global Women’s health market can be segmented into Postmenopausal osteoporosis, Infertility, Endometriosis and related disorders, Contraceptives, Menopause, and Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

During 2016, postmenopausal osteoporosis segments among all in the Women’s Health market captured highest share due to increase women population aged 40 or more, launch of new drugs to treat the post-menopausal osteoporosis, presence of huge pipeline drugs during the forecast period and patent expiration that are going to happen in coming years.

As per an independent study, the global Women's health rehabilitation products market is estimated to be around $2.50bn in 2015 and is expected to hit about $3.30bn by 2021, with at a CAGR of about 5.0% during 2016 to 2021. Major factors supporting the growth of the Women's Health rehabilitation market include increased geriatric and obese women numbers, adaptation of technologies for women's health rehabilitation, increased chronic  diseases, increased public private funding creating a new avenue for this women's health rehabilitation market. 

Womens Helath Conferences

Women's Health rehabilitation market can be segmented into urinary tract infection, breast cancer, chronic pelvic pain, osteoporosis, lymphedema, orthopaedic, prenatal and postnatal care products. Among all, urinary tract infection (UTI) products captured about 20% of the women's health rehabilitation market share and is expected to reach $750M BY 2021 with a CAGR growth of 5.5%. This growth is supported by increased prevalence of UTI women. Breast cancer is the next prevailed disease supporting the growth of the market.

Women’s Healthcare drugs market was reported to be about $1739m in 2016 and forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 2.90% to hit $2316m by end of 2027. The overall growth will be at a CAGR of 2.60% by 2021 and will slowly increase to 2,68% by 2027. The pipeline products of the various companies are expected to impact the positive growth of the market during the forecasted period.

Womens Health Conferences

Global Women’s Health therapeutics market was valued about $18.3bn in 2012. The market is estimated to grow from around $19bn in 2013 to about $22.5bn by the end of 2018, with at a CAGR of 3.5% during the forecast period.

Womens Health conferences Europe

Global Contraceptive market was estimated to be $19.8bn in 2015 and is poised to grow and to reach $33.6bn by 2023 with a CAGR growth of 6.8% during this period. Growing demands of population and increased cases of STDs, increased demand of unwanted pregnancy control, increased awareness among women driving the growth of this contraceptive market. Contraceptive pills are most lucrative segments in the market and is poised to grow at a CAGR of 3.5% from 2016 to 2023. The overall contraceptive market is predominated by Condoms segment. Among all the countries, North America is dominating the Contraceptive market followed by Asia Pacific, Europe, LATAM & the EMA. 

European Conference on Womens Health

Key players/ companies in the global Women’s health and reproductive medicine:

Bayer, Allergan, Merck, Pfizer, Teva, Agile Therapeutics, GSK, Janssen, Amgen, AstraZeneca, Novartis, Novo Nordisk, Eli Lilly, Ferring, Apothecus Pharma, Blairex , Bristol-Myers Squibb, EffRx, HLL Lifecare, Lipocine, Ligand Pharma, Lupin , Mayer, Medicines 360, Gedeon Richter, Neurocrine Biosciences, Sanofi, Valeant Pharmaceuticals, Vertical Pharmaceuticals, Veru Healthcare and Pantarhei Bioscience etc.

Major Contraceptive products:

Addyi (flibanserin), Duavee (conjugated estrogens/bazedoxifene), Intrarosa, Quartette (levonorgestrel/ethinyl estradiol and ethinyl estradiol), Aftera, AfterPillc, Athentia Next, EContra Ezd, Fallback Solo, My Way, Next Choice One Dose, Opcicon One-Step, Option 2, Plan B One-Step, Take Action, Afirmelle, Altavera, Amethia, Reclast/Aclasta, Amethia Lo, Amethyst, Aubra, Ayuna, Aviane, Camrese, CamreseLo, Chateal, Crysellee, Elineste, Enpresse, Falmina, Introvale, Jolessa, Kurvelo, Lessina, Minastrin 24 Fe, Levonest, Levora, Mirena, LoSeasonique, Low-Ogestrele, Lutera, Marlissa, Myzilra, Nordette, Orsythia, Portia, Quasense, Seasonale, Seasonique, Setlakin, Prolia, Sronyx, Ortho-Tri-Cy LO 28, Triphasil, Trivora, Vienva, Evista, NuvaRing, Zometa, Forteo, Premarin, and Actonel etc. 

To Collaborate Scientific Professionals around the World

Conference Date Dec 04-05, 2018

Speaker Opportunity

Supported By

Journal of Womens Health, Issues and Care Journal of Reproductive Health and Contraception Journal of Womens Health Care

All accepted abstracts will be published in respective Conferenceseries International Journals.

Abstracts will be provided with Digital Object Identifier by