Speakers

Prof. Deborah Davis

Topic: "Strengthening Reserach in maternal mealth and wellbeing for people’s quality of life"
Biography
Deborah has been working in health care for over 25 years. In this time she has held positions focusing on clinical practice, management, education, practice development, leadership and research. Her current role is Associate Professor of Midwifery Practice Development and Research with University of Technology, Sydney and South Eastern Sydney Illawarra Area Health Service. This chair was established to improve maternity care through the strengthening of midwifery practice, the development of contemporary maternity service models and engagement with research.
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Dr. Gherissi Atf

Topic: "Midiwifery Education within the era of 4.0: How developinh nations could catch up?"
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Prof. Linda Mc Gowan

Topic: "Psychology and Maternal Health in the era of 4.0: UK experience"
Biography
Midwifery, Social Work and Counselling & Psychotherapy. Linda McGowan is Professor of Applied Health Research in the School of Healthcare. Her first degree is in psychology; she has a Masters in health services research and health technology assessment (ScHaRR) and a PhD in health psychology. She has a clinical background in nursing and midwifery.
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Prof Ah-Cheng GOH, PT., Ph.D.

Topic: "Rehabilitation Technology and Quality of Life"

Prof. Dr. Ismail bin Said

Biography
Ismail Said is a professor at Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Built Environment since 1993. He teaches a broad range of subjects including landscape ecology, planting technology, fundamental design studio, community planning studio, urban design studio, research methodology and final comprehensive design studio. He has been teaching at the university since 1985. He also taught landscape architecture at King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia in 1991 to 1993 and did his sabbatical at School of Environmental Design, National University Singapore in 2002. His research areas are children’s environment, urban greening and ecosystem services, and wood carving. He has published more than 130 papers in journals and conference proceedings, 5 books on materials of landscape architecture and architecture and an article on Woodcarving in Malay Architecture, Encyclopedia of the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures 2008, Springer.
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Taufiqur Rahman, Ph.D.

Topic: "Contribution of Muhammadiyah and Aisyiyah in people quality life "
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Wantonoro, Ph.D.

Topic: "Development of Nursing education and practices to improve people quality life: Experience from Indonesia "
Biography
Wantonoro is a lecturer at Nursing Department, ‘Aisyiyah University Yogyakarta Indonesia. He was graduated from Nursing Faculty of Universitas Indonesia 2014 and Nursing School of Chang Gung University 2019. He teaching subjects on Medical-Surgical Nursing and Long-term care. Focused research on longitudinal study specifically older persons with long-term care including orthopedic care, quality of life and caregivers for older persons. He is member of the Cognitive Behavior and Early Dementia Research Team for the Healthy Aging Research Center of Chang Gung University (2015-2019)
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