Day 2 :
Sami Ismat Salahia
Ain Shams University, UAE
Keynote: Systematic review and Meta-Analysis In-Action training workshop
Time : 10:10 - 13:05
Sami Salahia is a co-founder at MRSA Group and Global Medical Research Association in the UAE. He is a 6th year medical student (Candidate medical Doctor) at Ain Shams University in Egypt with an interest in medical research and have a number of publications in peer reviewed journals. He won the third prize as young cardiac surgeon award for his study in Cardiothoracic Surgery from the European Society of Cardiovascular and Endovascular Surgery at the ESCVS2018 in France 2018 and entered E-poster competition at CACVS2019. He gives training workshops on Medical Researches to Undergraduate Medical and Para-Medical Students and Physcians in Egypt and the UAE Specially on Primary and Secondary Research such as Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis.
Workshop Outlines The Basic Skills Needed To Perform A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
1. Define the meaning of systematic review and list the important aspects of Meta-Analysis
2. Develop a research question with inclusion and exclusion criteria for related studies
3. Registration of protocol with valid idea
4. Perform searching part for relevant literature
5. Construct data extraction form with QA while assess the risk of bias in a randomized controlled trial
6. Being able to work on Endnote, Mendeley as software for references.
7. Use of software to perform risk of bias assessment
8. Understanding the basic concepts of biostatistics related to Meta-Analysis
9. Being able to know the basic methods of Meta-Analysis
10. Understanding the GRADE approach and PRISMA Guidelines
- Nutrition and Cardiovascular Health | Public Health Nutrition | Diabetes Nutrition | Pediatric Nutrition
Jyoti D. Vora
Ramnarain Ruia College, India
Dipak Dhirajlal Vora
Ramnarain Ruia College, India
Manal El Gendy
Taibah University, Saudi Arabia
Title: Assessment of nutritional status for renal failure patients In Al-Madinah Al- Munawarah
Time : 15:05-15:40
Manal El Gendy is an Assistant Professor at Taibah University, KSA and Al Azhar University, Egypt. She holds a Doctorate (PhD) in Nutrition and Food Sciences (2004). Many scientific American and European journals seek for her efforts in reviewing articles. She involves in many activities for community and environmenta services. She served as Nutrition Management, Food Sciences and Sport Nutrition Instructor at Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences, KSA and Faculty of Home Economic, Egypt.
Background: Malnutrition is a common problem in patient with renal failure. There are many risk factors to develop Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), like diabetes, hypertension and obesity.
Objective: To assess the nutritional state of hemodialysis patient in Al Madinah Al-Munawarah.
Subjects & Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted which included 62 female hemodialysis patients, attending at hemodialysis center of King Fahd Hospital and other private centers. Interview questionnaire was used to collect socio-demographic, patient status, medical and dietary history. Anthropometric measurements included weight, height, ideal body weight, body mass index, waist circumference and use of body fat analyzer. Also, collecting lab result such as serum phosphorus, calcium, total protein, albumin and hemoglobin from patient's files.
Result: We come out with several findings: 48.4% of the sample has hypophosphatemia, 77.4% hypocalcemia and 87.1% mild anemia. For BMI (body mass index): 59.7% of the sample were having normal BMI, followed by 14.5% overweight, 11.2% obese, and 14.5% underweight. When comparing the sample intake of food for 2 days with the RDI (Reference Dietary Intake) we found out that 75.8% and 71% of the sample were having intake under the recommendation from energy and protein, the same were for calcium, phosphate, total iron, potassium, zinc, magnesium and vitamin D; while vitamin A and folic acid were above RDI intake in most of the sample.
Conclusion: The study showed that most respondents consume energy, protein and nutrients less than the RDI.
Al Arish University, Egypt
Title: Nutritional & Physiological assessment for mentally retarded females In Cairo
Time : 15:40-16:15
Mohamed Shalan is a Faculty Member at Al Arish University, Egypt. He holds a Doctorate (PhD) in Physiology (2000). He is a Reviewer for many scientific American, European, Asian and African journals. Many institutions in the world seek for his scientific work. Amelioration of toxicity and radiation exposure disorders is the main topics of his researches. He has extensive recognition and experience in all areas of physiology. He served as Physiology Instructor at Faculty of Science. He has many activities in community and developing faculty member's services.
Objective: Nutritional and physiological assessment for mental retarded females aged 10-13 and 14-18 years old lived in 3 disability centers in Cairo.
Subjects & Methods: This descriptive cross sectional study was conducted at Shalan Psychology Center, Psychology Medical Hospital and Al Shourok Specialist Hospital in Cairo. The study included 70 females of which 31 of 10-
13 years old and 39 of 14-18 years old. Questionnaire was developed including general information, Intelligence Quotient (IQ), 24 h dietary recall and diet history. Anthropometric measurement including body weight, height and
Body Mass Index (BMI) were done. Lipid profile, acetylcholine, blood gases and the enzymes cholinesterase and choline acetylase were measured.
Results: The study showed prevalence of malnutrition and metabolic abnormalities in mentally retarded females especially in 14-18 years old group. Energy, fat, potassium, zinc, phosphorus, iodine, iron, calcium, vitamin C and
D intake were under the recommended values. The prevalence of obesity is enhanced by age despite of nutritional deficiency may be because of decreased gastrointestinal disorder and decreasing consumption of carbohydrates and
poor nutritional knowledge of mothers and sedentary life style for resident.
Conclusion: The prevalence of malnutrition and metabolic disorders are high among mentally retarded females. Nutrition care should be provided in association with multidimensional care, including medical, physical and
preventive strategies for amelioration of mental retardation disorders in females.
Institute of Integrative Nutrition, USA
Title: How hormones and toxic exposures sabotage weight loss efforts
Time : 16:15-16:45
Connie Rogers graduated near the beginning of the renowned Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC. (NYC 2003) She is accredited through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.
Connie Rogers is a Published Author (2015), Certified Integrative Nutritional Holistic Health Coach, Certified Brain Health Coach, Professional Researcher, Ghost Writer, Certified Cosmetologist / (1977) Skin Health Educator for over 40 years. Connie has owned and operated 2 day spas in her lifetime. She attended Gilda’s Club in NYC for caregiving studies in ovarian cancer. Studied http://www.newstart.com/program/ Training under Don Hansen New Start Program in Colorado.
Connie currently writes, speaks, and offers holistic options for balancing wellness. She believes when we tune into our health, growth is a spiral process changing directions as we learn.
Connie has helped clients regain their personal health by taking back control of their lives through gained knowledge and simple yet powerful positive daily habits. Her passion is to discover and address the “causes” of health challenges and then create a movement of balance and vitality. Anyone close to her will agree, Connie Rogers truly walks the talk and the many lives she has empowered will tell you her wisdom and guidance are priceless.
She coaches on the topics of the mind/body connection, gut microbiome/hormone connection, skin health from within, removing toxic exposures in order to create health, and the emotional balancing act of foods and moods.