Amita Ray

Q City Medical College and Hospital

Prof. Dr. Amita Ray MBBS, MS, Obstetrics and Gynecology Fellow Gynecology and Gynae-Oncology Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia Fellow High Risk Pregnancy Management Royal Oman Hospital, Sultan Quaboos University, Oman FAIMER Fellow (Foundation for Advancement of Medical Education and Research) MSc MHPE (Masters in Health Professional Education) She has worked as a clinician and medical teacher in various medical colleges all over India for the past 30 years. She is passionate about clinical work among underprivileged women with high risk complications in tribal and rural areas and equally passionate about medical education. She has introduced several innovative projects in health education, which have improved medical teacher efficiency in resource-constrained settings as a part of her FAIMER Fellowship. She has guided several post-graduate dissertations. She has several publications in reputed national and international journals including British, American, and South Asian journals of obstetrics and gynecology. She has authored and co-authored several book chapters in obstetrics and gynecology text books used as a part of undergraduate and postgraduate education in India. Besides this, she is passionate about evidence-based medicine. She is a member of different Cochrane Groups and has authored and co-authored several Cochrane Reviews for the Cochrane Pregnancy and Childbirth Group, Cochrane Cystic Fibrosis Group, and Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group. She is currently working as Professor and Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at IQ City Medical College, Durgapur, West Bengal, India.

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Latest work with IntechOpen by Amita Ray

This book on gestational diabetes does not claim to cover all aspects of this complex and ever-evolving medical condition. It is an attempt by the group of authors to provide an overview, highlight important features, and bring to light certain recent advances in the diagnosis, screening, and understanding of gestational diabetes mellitus. As the book provides an overview of the condition, we are sure that reading it would provide medical undergraduates and postgraduates a quick revision for their exams. The current concepts section of the book may inspire more exploration into this area.It has been a pleasure to work with experts, both senior and junior, for this endeavor but we are particularly grateful to the publisher IntechOpen who have shown commitment and perseverance in completing this work. This new book deserves to be a success and we are sure it will be.

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