Scientific program

Jul 17-18, 2023    Amsterdam, Netherlands

4th International Conference on

Strategic Management, Leadership and Social Science

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Keynote Forum

Amar Kumar Jamadhiar

Amar Kumar Jamadhiar

Shippensburg University India

Title: From Internet access devices usage to behavioural model

Abstract:

India has made reasonable progress in improving access to last-mile healthcare over the last decade. However, the improved access has not reached the 29 states equally  In addition, existing facilities, both public and private, face acute shortage of qualified personnel (fully trained doctors, lab technicians) as well as facilities and medical supplies. A large proportion of population (10,000+ per lakh) suffer from chronic illnesses, however, less than 50% of them seek treatment for the same. 

Biography:

A passionate business leader with 20+ years of global experience in developing and delivering innovative solution across various domains with focus on healthcare. An Alumnus of IIMC (IIM Calcutta) & SHIP (Shippensburg University, PA USA) as well incubatee at IIMC Inniovation Park, I founded Medi360,  A Tele-Health service provider with a vision to provide accessible and affordable quality primary healthcare services across rural India.

At a personal level, I always had interest in working for an affordable technology solution that can benefit underserved Indian population at large. I quit my job in 2015 and founded Medi360 with a vision to make Medi360 as default primary healthcare service provider in all rural/undeserved population of India with a vision to make a measurable impact ( 5 millions individual per year within the next 5 years). 

Speakers

Masumi Kikuchi

Masumi Kikuchi

The University of Tokyo Japan

Title: Artificial intelligence applied in business operations

Abstract:

The rural tourism is started in Fanggan village since 1998. The main industry was converted from agriculture to the rural tourism in this village. However, farm lands and the number of agricultural workers has been greatly reduced, it cannot simply be optimistic about the future of the village to only focus on tourism. The rural tourism is very popular there are similar rural tourism at many villages in China. Fanggan village is also already face to the next step to explore the features to their own unique development strategies. Every business are managements by the village collective group in this village. Except for the rural tourism industry, they have the nursing homes, the rehabilitation center, and many second-houses for urban people s such as the welfare health preservation industry. Their tourism has evolved from the rule tourism to the health tourism certunly. They understand the changes and demands of society, thereby making the development style of the village.

Biography:

Masumi Kikuchi is an Associate Professor in College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Tokyo. She holds a Ph.D. in International Relations, University of Waseda. She worked in Chinese Universities for 4 years (Guangdong Peizheng College and Qingdao University of Technology). She is researching about national resources management, environment policy, eco-tourism in Asia, especially in China, Japan, and the Southeast Asia. Her representative book is “Nouson-Keikan no Shigen-ka (Process of the Rural Landscape as New Resource – The Dynamic Strategy for Rice Terracces Conservation in Chinese Village Communities)” Ochanomizu-shobo press, 2016. Although the multifaceted functions of agriculture are emphasized and the beauty of rural landscapes is highly appreciated, few farmers are able to make a living from such landscapes. This book asks whether it is possible for farmers to create livelihoods sustained by a rural landscape within a market economy amidst agricultural decline and the impoverishment of rural communities. To achieve this aim, "Resourcification of the Rural Landscape," which forms the title of this book, is necessary. "Resourcification of the Rural Landscape" is considered using field surveys.

Keynote Forum

Daniel Amobtiwon Amoatika

Daniel Amobtiwon Amoatika

University of Ghana, Accra Ghana

Title: Data-driven decision making - Guiding organizations towards an “AI proof” status

Abstract:

Daniel Amobtiwon Amoatika is a nurse by profession and works with one of the private hospitals in Ghana. He holds a BSc in Nursing and currently pursuing a Master of Philosophy degree in Applied Epidemiology and Diseases Control at the School of Public Health, University of Ghana. Daniel has 2 years of public practice and 3 years of private practices as a nurse. He has also been involved in outbreak investigations of infectious diseases in Ghana. He has presented an abstract on money handling practices among food vendors in the University of Ghana at the 1th TEPHINET conference in Thailand. Daniel grew up in one of the remote villages of Ghana and is passionate about controlling infectious diseases.

Biography:

Cholera is a major health problem facing most developing countries. Globally, 132, 121 cholera cases were reported in 2016. About 54% of these cases were recorded in Africa.  Between June 2014 and January 2015, a total of 28,922 cholera cases including 243 deaths were reported in Ghana. WHO estimates that the true incidence of Cholera far exceeds the reported cases. We evaluated the cholera surveillance system to determine whether the system was meeting its objectives, and to assess its attributes. We evaluated the cholera surveillance system in the Ga East municipality. We interviewed staff of the GEMA on the operation of the system. We used semi structured questionnaire to assess the attributes of the system.  We reviewed data from the weekly and monthly IDSR and also from the district Health information management system from 2012-2016. We also reviewed annual reports and scientific papers. We applied the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated Guidelines for Evaluating Public Health Surveillance Systems. Summarized descriptive analysis of qualitative data was done and presented in graphs and charts. The cholera surveillance is well situated in the IDSR. The case definition is clear, simple and easy to apply. The system is able to detect cases and notify the next level. The data matches with the case base forms. However, the entries in the case base forms were not complete. Positive predictive value could not be assessed as no single case was confirmed by laboratory test. CBSVs attrition was high in the municipality. However, Community health nurses were used as a replacement for the CBSVs. The system is meeting some of its objectives. The system is simple, flexible and acceptable. The system is fairly representative, stable but the data quality is low. Sentinel surveillance should be implemented as routine training of healthcare workers on reporting and proper documentation of suspected cases.

Speakers

Narmina Rufat Abdullayeva

Narmina Rufat Abdullayeva

Mehran University of ET Brazil

Title: Trust in Artificial Intelligence: What do we know and why is it important?

Abstract:

Summarized descriptive analysis of qualitative data was done and presented in graphs and charts. The cholera surveillance is well situated in the IDSR. The case definition is clear, simple and easy to apply. The system is able to detect cases and notify the next level. The data matches with the case base forms. However, the entries in the case base forms were not complete. Positive predictive value could not be assessed as no single case was confirmed by laboratory test. CBSVs attrition was high in the municipality. However, Community health nurses were used as a replacement for the CBSVs. The system is meeting some of its objectives. The system is simple, flexible and acceptable. The system is fairly representative, stable but the data quality is low. Sentinel surveillance should be implemented as routine training of healthcare workers on reporting and proper documentation of suspected cases.

Biography:

Narmina Rufat Abdullayeva is a nurse by profession and works with one of the private hospitals in Ghana. He holds a BSc in Nursing and currently pursuing a Master of Philosophy degree in Applied Epidemiology and Diseases Control at the School of Public Health, University of Ghana. Daniel has 2 years of public practice and 3 years of private practices as a nurse. He has also been involved in outbreak investigations of infectious diseases in Ghana. He has presented an abstract on money handling practices among food vendors in the University of Ghana at the 1th TEPHINET conference in Thailand. Daniel grew up in one of the remote villages of Ghana and is passionate about controlling infectious diseases