|11th Congress of the Federation of the Asia and Oceania Perinatal Societies (FAOPS)|
Table of Contents
- Plenary Session Topics
- Parallel Session Topics
- Executive Committee
- Country Representatives
- Organizing Committee
- Preliminary List of Invited Speakers
- Registration Information
- General Information
Date: October 2-6, 2000
Venue: Manila, Philippine
The 11th Congress of the Federation of the Asia and Oceania Perinatal Societies (FAOPS) is fast approaching. To be hosted ny the Perinatal Association of the Philippines, Inc., it is scheduled to be held on October 2-6, in the year 2000 in Manila. It is our great pleasure to have you all with us during this memorable occasion.
The theme of the Congress is "Meeting the Challenges of Perinatal-Neonatal Medicine in the New Millennium". The Organizing Committee has invited prominent speakers from all over the world to share their expertise to meet the needs of perinatal and neonatal practitioners in both developing and developed settings. Rest assured of our very colorful and warm socio-cultural activities rich in fellowship and noted Filipino hospitality. With keen anticipation for your favorable response to our invitation, we eagerly look forward to enjoy your company in the year 2000 in Manila.
NATIVIDAD PUERTOLLANO, M.D.
CARMELITA B. CUYUGAN, MD
- Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Perinatal Care
· Family and Community Support in Perinatal Care
· Perinatal Challenges in the ASEAN
· Reasons for Low Perinatal Mortality Rates in Japan
· Perinatal Care in the 21st Century
- Teratology, Development, Genetics
· New Genetics
· Environmental Toxins and the Unborn Child
· Newborn Screening: Worldwide Perspective and the Phil. Experience
· Newborn Hearing: Universal vs. Selective Hearing Screen
- Perinatal Asphyxia
· Nuances in Antepartal and Intrapartal Electronic Fetal Monitoring
· New Trends in Neonatal Resuscitation
· Research on Neonatal Brain Injury and its Prevention
· Decision-Making: Initiation of and Withdrawing Life Support in the Asphyxiated Infant
- Evidence Based Medicine and Perinatology
· Applications and Limitations of Evidence-Based Medicine
· Evidence Based Studies in Perinatal Health
· Indomethacin and Nifedipine: Are they safe and effective Tocolytic Agent?
· Neonatal flyperbilirubinemia
- Regional Concerns and Priorities
· Cost Effective Perinatal Care
· Ethics and Perinatal Health-. The Asian Perspective
· Effect of Planned Parenthood on Perinatal Outcome
· Cost Effective Care of the Very Low Birthweight Infant: Pakistan Model
- Preterm Labor & Prematurity
· Can We Prevent Preterm Birth?
· Social Aspects of Reducing Preterm Delivery
· Steroids in Preterm Labor: Risks and Benefits
· Long Term Follow-up of Preterm Neonates
- Perinatal Infections
· The Role of the Obstetrician in Preventing Neonatal Infection
· Hepatitis: Diagnosis and Prevention of Transmission to Fetus
· Perinatal Tuberculosis
· Neonatal Immunotherapy
- Continuing Concerns
· Conducting Multinational Clinical Trials
· Perinatal Audit
· Training Goals in Perinatology
· Integrated Management of Pregnancy and Childbirth
- Fetal Pathology
· Fetal Surgery: Recent Developments
· Fetal and Neonatal Echocardiography
· Fetal Hydrops: Diagnosis, Evaluation and Treatment
· Neonatal Hydrops: Etiology and Management
- Abnormal Labor Patterns and Cesarean Section
· What is Active Management of Labor?
· Can We Stabilize the Cesarean Section Rate'?
· Vaginal Birth after Cesarean Section
· The WHO Partogram
- Perinatal Nursing and Midwifery
· Doula Method in Labor
· Post Partum Depression
· Roles of Midwives in Developing Countries
· Transport Stabilization of Sick Neonates (STABLE)
· Kangaroo Care
· Pathophysiology of Intra-Uterine Growth Restriction
· Pitfalls in the Ultrasound Diagnosis of Growth Restricted Fetus
· Monitoring the Growth Restricted Fetus
· Problems of the Growth Restricted Neonate
- Semi-invasive Procedures in Perinatology
· Intrapartal Fetal Monitoring and Timing of Intervention
· Fetal Oxygen Saturation Measurements During Labor
· Amnioinfusion: Indications and Current Trends
· Intrapartal Oximetry
- Hypertension in Pregnancy
· New Concepts in Eclampsia and Pre-eclampsia
· HELP Syndrome
· Medical Management of Pre-eclampsia
· Effects of Maternal Anti-hypertensive Medications on the Neonate
- Perinatal Infections
· Nosocomial Infection Control in the DR and NICU
· Maternal HIV Infections and Prevention of Transmission to Neonates
· International Policies Regarding Perinatal HIV
· Racial Differences in Perinatal HIV Infections
- Maternal Nutrition and Breastfeeding
· Periconceptional Vitamin and Mineral Supplementation
· Mother-Infant DHA Supplementation
· Global Programs for Breastfeeding
· Effects of Breast Milk Storage and Heat Treatment
- Fetal and Placental Pathology, Continued
· Twin Pregnancy with Discordance: Management Options
· Recurrent Pregnancy Loss: Causes and Work-up
· Placental Pathology and Perinatal Outcome
· Advances in Down Syndrome Screening
- Maternal Medical Diseases in Pregnancy
· Chronic Renal Disease in Pregnancy
· Diabetes in Asia
· Universal Screening for Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy
· Antiphosphollpid Antibody Syndrome in Pregnancy: Diagnosis, Management and Outcome
- High Technology in Perinatology
· Analysis of Results in Cordocentesis
· Sonography and Color Doppler: Non-Cardiac Fetal Applications
· 3 Dimensional Ultrasonography: Current Status in the Clinics
· Measurement of Pulmonary Mechanics in the Newborn
- Unresolved Issues in Perinatology
· Oligohydramnios: An Indication for Cesarean Delivery?
· Meconium Staining
· The Breech Debate
· Very Low Birthweight Neonates: Who to treat ?
In Developed Countries
In Developing Countries
- Perinatal Pharmacology: New Modalities
· Pharmacology of Pulmonary Hypertension
· Pharmacologic Agents for Reducing Brain Injury
· Pharmacological Approaches to the Prevention of Pre-eclampsia: Updates
· Drug Toxicity and Drug Interaction in the Pretei-m Infant
- Luncheon Symposia
New Technology in Ventilatory Support in the Neonatal with Pulmonary Problems
||a. The Abnormal Fetus: Options in the Region|
b. Maternal Infant Bonding and Emotional A wakening : What do we know ?
||October 2, 2000|
||Westin Philippine Plaza|
||7:45 - 4:00 P.M.|
- To identify the screening techniques for congenital anomalies that are available in the region.
- To enumerate the scope and limitations of these screening techniques,
- To be made aware of appropriate methods of antenatal and postnatal counseling of couples with babies with congenital anomalies.
- To be attuned to the psycho-emotional changes of motherhood, pregnancy and delivery.
- To be knowledgeable on techniques of infant stimulation to enhance growth and development.
- To be cognizant of the approach to diagnosis and management of pregnant patients with G6PD deficiency, diabetes mellitus and fetus with congenital anomalies.
|7:45 - 8:00
- Opening Remarks - Emilio A. Hernandez, Jr., MD
- Invocation - Carmelita B. Cuyugan, MD
- National Anthem
- Orientation - Virginia de Jesus, MD
|8:00 - 10:00
The Abnormal Fetus : Options in the Region
Chair - Natividad L. Puertollano, MD
Rapporteur - Ma. Lourdes Coloma, MD
- Scope and Limitations of Available Screening Techniques for Congenital Anomalies
Speaker: Prof. Mathews Mathai
- Antenatal and Postnatal Counseling
Speaker: Carmencita Padilla, MD
Maternal Infant Bonding and Emotional Awakening : What do we know ?
Chair - Socorro deleon-Meiidoza, MD
Rapporteur - Ma. Lourdes Cruz-Mai-tinez, MD
- Research to Practice: Emotional Development and Maternal Infant Attachment
Speaker: L.A. Levitt, MD
- Motherhood: The Emotional Awakening
Speaker: N. B. Stem, MD
Topic : Infant Stimulation
Speaker : Susan Ludington, CNM, PH.D.
Chair - Amelia Fernandez, MD
Rapporteur - Ma. Lourdes Ku-Otayza, MD
- Congenital Anomalies
- Diabetes Mellitus
|Honolina Gomez, MD
Eva Marie Cutiongco, M.D
Ma. Asuncion Silvestre, MD
Lyn Cabrera, MD
Alice P. de la Gente, R.M.
JOSE SALAZAR, MD - Emcee
||Victor Yu, MD |
Yunosuke Ogawa, M.D
||T'sang T'ang Hsieh, MD |
|Deputy Secretary General:
||Do-Whan Bae, MD |
||Zulfiqar A. Bhutta, MD |
||Gulardi H. Wiknjosastro, MD |
||Kamheng Chaturachinda, MD |
|Immediate Past President
||Yoshihiko Takeda, MD |
||Natividad L. Puertollano, MD |
Carmelita B. Cuyugan, MD
|Australia & New Zealand
||Helen Chambers, MD|
||TA Chowdhury, MD|
||Gita Ganguly Mukherjee, MD|
||Prof Ariawan Soejonoes, MD|
||Prof Hiroshi Nishida|
||Hong Kyoon Lee, MD|
||D DS Manandhar, MD|
||Zu Higar Bhutta, MD|
||Aretas P Singson-Alday, MD|
||Ann Tan, MD|
||Chang-Sheng Yin, MD |
||Natividad L. Puerttollano, MD|
Carmelita R. Belmonte-Cuyugan, MD
||Nelia Sison Salvacion, MD|
Dlores Belmonte-Sy, MD
||Rebecca M. Ramos, MD|
Socorro De Leon-Mendoza, MD
||Sylvia de las Alas-Carnero, MD|
Josefina C. Resureccion, MD
||Ernesto S. Uichanco, MD |
Gloria Baens-Ramirez, MD
|Ways & Means
||Zaida Noblejas-Ramirez, MD |
Jocelyn Yambao-Franco, MD
||Zenaida L. Antonio, MD |
Caridad E. Molino, MD
Cleotilde Babas-Elmedolan, R.M.
|Pre-Congress Seminar Coor.
||Amelia R. Fernandez, MD |
Virginia R. De jesus, MD
||Eduardo C. Firmalo, MD |
Lester A. Deniega, MD
||Aretas P. Singson-Alday, MD |
Diosdado V. Mariano, MD
|Program & Invitation
||Aurora Salegumba Genuino, MD |
Mario A. Bernadino, MD
||Lyra Ruth Clemente-Teodore, MD |
Ma. Luisa Uson-Peralta, MD
||Nena Eng-Tan, MD |
Concepcion P. Argonza, MD
Alice dela Gente, R.M.
||Ernesto G. Moreno, MD |
Ditas Christina Decena, MD
||Bernardita B. Javier, MD |
Remedios Dee-Chan, MD
||Evelyn Parcero-Palaypayon, MD |
Gener T. Becina, MD
||Benjamin G. Co, MD|
Pura R. Caisip Philomena Gabriel-Lopez, MD
||Guillerma Naval-Sahagun, MD |
|Preliminary List of Invited Speakers|
|Jonas Del Rosario
|Gian Carlo Di Renzo
|Mark I. Evans
|Emilio Hernandez, Jr
|Nai Kiong Ho
|T'sang T'ang Hsieh
|Kris A. Karlsen
|Jacinta Blas Mantaring, III
|Nik Ismael Nasri
|Enrique Ostrea, Jr.
|Ma. Asuncion Silvestre
|Tae Bok Song
|E. Malcolm Symonds
|Ranjit L. Tambyraja
|K. H. Tan
|Ernesto S. Uichanco
|Gulardi H. Wiknjosastro
Registration is required for all participants. The registration fee and the payment schedule are as follows: Please make your registration early.
||Before July 31, 2000
Pre Congress Seminar
Congress Registrants - US$ 50.00
Non-Congress Registrants - US$ 100.00
* Fellow/Resudents need to submit a letter form his/her institution as proof of status
All payment should be sent in US dollars by telegraphic transfer remittance or credit card
Cancellation of registration should be in writing.
Cancellation postmarked on or before August 31, 2000. 50% refund to be given after the Congress.
Cancellation postmarked after August 31, 2000 : no refund.
Registration forms are available here for printing.
- Registration Form & Procedures
- Hotel & Tours Booking Form
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March to May is hot and dry whilst June to October is rainy. November to February however, is cool with an average temperature of 25'C to 33'C and average humidity of 77%.
Filipino is the national language. However, the Philippines is the third largest English-speaking country in the World. English is widely spoken and extensively used in business and government.
The predominant religion is Roman Catholic, although the number of Protestant religions is increasing. The smallest group are Moslems and the Iglesia ni Kristo (Church of Christ) .
The Philippines has modem and efficient communication services from international direct dialing and facsimile to worldwide express delivery services, extensive postal service and telegram system.
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The FAOPS and the Congress Organizing Cornmittee shall not be held liable for any injury, damage or cancellation delay, accident loss, hostilities, political unrest or force majeure which may occur to either person or property for whatever cause arising out of act or default of a principal. The Society and Committee also cannot be held responsible for extra cost or expense due to unforeseen delays, strikes, civil riots, accidents and inoperable weather conditions. It will, however, do everything possible to protect delegates interests
Delegates are advised to take out their own insurance for travel, personal property and health.
MANILA : The Convention City
Metropolitan Manila is the geographic, commercial, social and political center of the Philippines. Eight million, out of the colintry's forty-eight million people, live in this metropolis, only a small numbei- of whom are native to the area. The largest number are from other places, both in the Philippines and elsewhere, who have brought with them different languages, cultures, backgrounds and dreams.
For this reason, Manilans know how to live with other people, to learn from them and to be with them in their common search for a better life.
Manila, therefore, is a natural melting pot, which makes it ideal for its new role as an international convention city. Language is no problem either, with almost everybody speaking English.
The Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), with its modem facilities and convenient location (less than 10 kilometers away from the international airport), five-star hotels, first class entertainment and business center, is the perfect venue for the 11th FAOPS Congress.
|SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM INFORMATION
Perinatal Association of the Philippines, Inc.
POGS Bldg., 56 Malakas St. Diliman,
Quezon City 1104 Philippines
Tel. No. +632-925-3538 • +632-927-1035
Philippines Congress Organizing Committee
2/F Physician's Tower, 533 United Nation Avenue
P.O. Box 4486, Ermita, Manila, Philippines
Fax No. +632-522-1090 • +632-521-2831