Asia-Pacific Congress on Building Consensus out of Controversies in Maternal and Fetal Medicine (BCMFM) 2013

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  • ComtecMed Med­ical Con­gresses is delighted to invite you to take part in the Asia-​Pacific Con­gress on Build­ing Con­sen­sus out of Con­tro­ver­sies in Mater­nal and Fetal Med­i­cine (BCMFM) 2013 held in con­junc­tion with the 9TH Asia Pacific Con­gress in Mater­nal Fetal Med­i­cine (APCMFM) which will take place in Shang­hai, China, Novem­ber 21 – 24, 2013.

    In recent years, the filed of mater­nal fetal med­i­cine has wit­nessed tremen­dous devel­op­ment, in par­tic­u­lar on early screen­ing of fetal chro­mo­so­mal abnor­mal­i­ties, early diag­no­sis of fetal struc­tural abnor­mal­i­ties, non-​invasive pre­na­tal diag­nos­tic meth­ods, fetal ther­a­pies as well as the elu­ci­da­tion of genetic and mol­e­c­u­lar basis of many obstet­ric com­pli­ca­tions. Con­fer­ences are more infor­ma­tive, but there is only lim­ited time for thor­ough dis­cus­sion that pro­vides a plat­form for inter­na­tional experts to dis­cuss and com­pare experiences.

    The Asia-​Pacific BCMFM Con­gress will pro­vide a unique plat­form for world lead­ers and par­tic­i­pants to con­duct a vibrant dis­cus­sion aimed at reach­ing con­sen­sus in the in the field of mater­nal and fetal med­i­cine. Debates, dis­cus­sions and ple­nary lec­tures will facil­i­tate this aca­d­e­mic dia­logue which will raise the most dynamic and chal­leng­ing clin­i­cal and tech­no­log­i­cal questions.

    The Con­gress will pro­mote excel­lence in the field and aim to bridge gaps between the expan­sion of infor­ma­tion and its imple­men­ta­tion in clin­i­cal prac­tice. Inter­na­tional and local experts will share and com­pare expe­ri­ences in stim­u­lat­ing and inter­ac­tive debates. Allow­ing ample time for speaker-​audience dis­cus­sion, the Con­gress aims at reach­ing up-​to-​date and agreed-​upon answers to ongo­ing debates even when proof is lack­ing, through evidence-​based med­i­cine and expert opinion.

    Main Topics

    • Fac­ing the Non-​communicable Dis­eases (NCD) Global Epi­demic Preg­nancy – A Win­dow of Oppor­tu­nity to Pre­vent Non Com­mu­ni­ca­ble Dis­eases (NCD)
    • Fac­ing the Non-​communicable Dis­eases (NCD) Global Epi­demic Peri­na­tal Med­i­cine and the Indus­try – Mutual Inter­ests and Future Directions
    • New Fron­tiers in Pre­dic­tion and Pre­ven­tion of Preeclamp­sia (PE) and IUGR
    • Peri­na­tal Med­i­cine Around the World
    • DoHAD: Devel­op­men­tal Ori­gins of Health and Dis­ease – Mother and Offspring
    • Phar­ma­co­log­i­cal man­age­ment of Dia­betes and Pregnancy
    • Pre­na­tal Genetic Diag­no­sis; Non– Inva­sive Peri­na­tal Test­ing — Trans­lat­ing research into clin­i­cal practice
    • Chal­lenges of Dia­betes in Preg­nancy in Low– and Middle-​Income Coun­tries — IDF Session
    • Pre­na­tal Genetic Diag­no­sis; Non– Inva­sive Peri­na­tal Test­ing — Trans­lat­ing research into clin­i­cal practice
    • Dia­betes in Preg­nancy Amongst the Indige­nous Peo­ples– a neglected health pri­or­ity Preterm Deliv­ery– Inno­va­tions and Future Prospects
    • New Fron­tiers in Hyper­ten­sive dis­or­ders of Pregnancy
    • Con­tro­ver­sies to Con­sen­sus– Novel Approach to Mul­ti­ple Pregnancies
    • Obe­sity and Preg­nancy Outcome
    • The First Trimester — A Win­dow Of Oppor­tu­ni­ties: Screen­ing For Adverse Peri­na­tal Outcome?
    • Man­age­ment of Dia­betes and Preg­nancy – Insulin Analogues

    Pre­lim­i­nary List of Con­firmed Faculty

    • M. Agar­wal, UAE
    • R. Artal, USA
    • S. Arulku­maran, UK
    • V. Bal­aji, India
    • L. Cabero Roura, Spain
    • P. Damm, Denmark
    • A. Dej­gaard, Denmark
    • G.C. Di Renzo, Italy
    • M. Hod, Israel
    • A. Kapur, Denmark
    • T.T.H. Lao, Hong Kong
    • N. Lohse, Denmark
    • D. McCance, Ireland
    • D. McIn­tyre, Australia
    • F. Mecacci, Italy
    • G. Mello, Italy
    • H. Rush­wan, Sudan
    • E.M. van der Beek, The Netherlands
    • G. Visser, The Netherlands
    • C. Yajnik, India
    • Y. Zalel, Israel
    • C. Zhang, USA

    Con­tin­u­ing Med­ical Edu­ca­tion Accred­i­ta­tion (CME)

    The Asia Pacific Con­gress on Build­ing Con­sen­sus out of Con­tro­ver­sies in Mater­nal and Fetal Med­i­cine (BCMFM) has sub­mit­ted for CME accred­i­ta­tion via the Euro­pean Accred­i­ta­tion Coun­cil for Con­tin­u­ing Med­ical Edu­ca­tion (EAC­CME). The accred­i­ta­tion will be in com­pli­ance with EBU/​UEMS reg­u­la­tions – 1 credit per hour, with a max­i­mum of 6 cred­its per day. Both the EBU and the EAC­CME are the insti­tu­tions of the Euro­pean Union of Med­ical Spe­cial­ists (UEMS).

    All CME events accred­ited by the EBU have the EAC­CME endorse­ment. The EBU/​EACCME CME Cred­its are rec­og­nized by National Accred­i­ta­tion Author­i­ties. Each med­ical spe­cial­ist should claim only those hours of credit that he/​she actu­ally spent in the edu­ca­tional activity.

    All CME activ­i­ties approved by the EBU/​EACCME are valid for recog­ni­tion by the Amer­i­can Med­ical Asso­ci­a­tion towards the Physician’s Recog­ni­tion Award (PRA). To con­vert EAC­CME credit to AMA PRA cat­e­gory 1 credit, con­tact the AMA.

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