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Surekha Tayade

Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram, Wardha, India

Prof. Surekha Tayade, MBBS, MD, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynaecology), MNAMS, AMRCOG, FICOG, ACME , PGDHHM, FAIMER Fellow did her graduation and post-graduation from Government Medical College, Nagpur. First amongst girls in Higher Secondary Examination in Maharashtra, she also won the Anand Jiwne gold medal in Medicine from Nagpur University. She joined the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences Sewagram, India in 2002, is a full Professor and presently heads  an independent unit. A passionate teacher and a postgraduate guide, she has taught  many postgraduates the art and science of surgery. She did the prestigious FAIMER fellowship from PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and research, Coimbatore, India.

Vice-President of Academy of Medical Sciences at MGIMS, she is also Master Trainer, Emergency  Obstetrics Care (EmOC) project of Bill Melinda Gates foundation, FIGO- FOGSI- GOI, Skilled Birth Attendant trainer, Basic EmOCtrainer, Member of core committee of the National and State QualityAssurance Cell, Emergency Obstetric Care project, part of curriculum building  team for EMOC /Life saving anaesthetic skills training, Nodal officer  for district level MDR committee and Co- leader in Maternal Death Review Project of Government of India. She has worked for developing teaching videos for training non specialized doctors with JHPIEGO and is a member of a team that is developing tools for recognizing acute severe maternal morbidity in Maternal Near Miss Review project of FIGO-FOGSI and GOI. She is presently also on the expert committee of Indian Government for developing guidelines to establish Obstetric HDUs /ICUs throughout Medical schools in India.

Dr. Surekha Tayade joined Women's Health Task Force in 2013 and is the founder memeber of Womens Health Together for Future. She has received the GHETS minigrant twice to pursue a program to reduce gender based and sexual violence in rural Indian villages and has been awarded the prestigious Savitri bai Phule Acheivement Award 2018

Dr. Surekha Tayade, MBBS, MD, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynaecology), MNAMS, FICOG, FIME , FAIMER Fellow did her graduation and post-graduation from Government Medical College, Nagpur. First amongst girls in Higher Secondary Examination in Maharashtra, she also won the Anand Jiwne gold medal in Medicine from Nagpur University. She joined the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences Sewagram, India in 2002, is a full Professor and presently heads  an independent unit. A passionate teacher and a postgraduate guide, she has taught  many postgraduates the art and science of surgery. She did the prestigious FAIMER fellowship from PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and research, Coimbatore, India.

Vice-President of Academy of Medical Sciences at MGIMS, she is also Master Trainer, Emergency  Obstetrics Care (EmOC) project of Bill Melinda Gates foundation, FIGO- FOGSI- GOI, Skilled Birth Attendant trainer, Basic EmOCtrainer, Member of core committee of the National and State QualityAssurance Cell, Emergency Obstetric Care project, part of curriculum building  team for EMOC /Life saving anaesthetic skills training, Nodal officer  for district level MDR committee and Co- leader in Maternal Death Review Project of Government of India. She has worked for developing teaching videos for training non specialized doctors with JHPIEGO and is a member of a team that is developing tools for recognizing acute severe maternal morbidity in Maternal Near Miss Review project of FIGO-FOGSI and GOI. She is presently also on the expert committee of Indian Government for developing guidelines to establish Obstetric HDUs /ICUs throughout Medical schools in India.

Dr. Surekha Tayade joined Women's Health Task Force in 2013 and is the founder memeber of Womens Health Together for Future. She has received the GHETS minigrant twice to pursue a program to reduce gender based and sexual violence in rural Indian villages and has been awarded the prestigious Savitri bai Phule Acheivement Award 2018



Presentations by Surekha Tayade
Social Accountability in Education, Research and Service- 50 golden years of partnership of medical school with rural communities of central India
Social Accountability in Education, Research and Service- 50 golden years of partnership of medical school with rural communities of central India
Thursday 12th September 11:00am to 11:05am
Men’s Perception of Violence Against Women- An Experience from rural central India
Men’s Perception of Violence Against Women- An Experience from rural central India
Thursday 12th September 11:15am to 11:20am


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Respectful Maternity Care in Rural and Remote India – Challenges and Facilitators
Respectful Maternity Care in Rural and Remote India – Challenges and Facilitators
Friday 13th September 4:05pm to 4:10pm


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