Department of Medical Science
     Researcher Name: Swaran Naidu (aka Nand SL) 
 Position: Associate Professor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 College: College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
 Ph. Contact: 8616641
Qualification 

DSM, DGO, FRANZCOG

Research Area 
  • Clinical Research: Maternal health, Sexual  and Reproductive  Health
  • Public Health/ Primary health care/ Community health
  • Bioethics: Health Research Ethics
  • Health research capacity building 
Publication  

 1. Nand, S.L., Webster, M., Wren, B.
Continuous Combined Piperazine Oestrone Sulphate and Medroxyprogesterone Acetate hormone replacement therapy: - A study of bleeding pattern, endometrial response, serum lipid and bone density changes Aust NZ Journal of Obstetrics &Gynaecology: Volume 35, Issue 1, pages 92–96, February 1995

2. Nand, S.L
Should Dystocia: An occasional review. Australian NZ Journal Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 1995; 35:3-6

3. Eden, J.A., Bush, T., Nand, S.L., Wren, B.G.
Menopause: The Journal of North America Menopause Society 1995, Vol 2; No. 2: pp67-72

A Case - Control Study of Combined Continuous Estrogen - Progestin Replacement Therapy among Women with a personal history of Breast Cancer.

4. Nand S.L, Webster M, Baber R, O’Connor V.
Bleeding Pattern and Endometrial Changes during Continuous Combined Hormone Replacement Therapy for 2 years. Obstetrics & Gynecology 1998; 91:678-84

5. Nand S.L, Webster M, Baber R, Heller G.
Climacteric, 1998; 1:211-218
Symptom Control and Side Effects on continuous Estrone Sulphate and Three Doses of Medroxyprogesterone Acetate for 2 years.

6. Nand S.L, Eden JA, Wren BG.
Estrogens after breast cancer. Chapter 3, The Management of the Menopause, Annual Review 1998 Edited by Studd JWW.

7. Nand SL, Wren BG, Gross BW, Heller G
Obstetrics & Gynecology, 1999; 93:1009-13.
Bone density Effects of Continuous Estrone Sulfate And Varying Doses Of Medroxyprogesterone Acetate.

8. Alistair Maclannen, Swaran Nand, Alice Maclannen Menopause Educational Video: 2002 Evidence Based Answers to Questions; Video for General practitioners and women.

9. Amanda Henry & Swaran Nand Australian and NZ Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2004; 44:307-313
Intrapartum Pain Management at the Royal Hospital for Women

10. Amanda Henry & Swaran Nand Australian and NZ Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2004; 44:314-317
Women’s antenatal knowledge and plans regarding intrapartum pain management at Royal Hospital for women

11. Swaran Naidu, et al “Understanding your own Reproductive Health” VSHC 2014 Publications ISBN: 978-982-9809-72-8

12. Swaran Naidu, et al “Empowerment of Rural Women & Girls In Reproductive Health: A VSHC Human Rights Project” VSHC 2015; ISBN 978-982-98106-1-8

13. Swaran Naidu, Gillian Heller, George Qalomaiwasa, Sheetal Naidu, Rajat Gyaneshwar; Knowledge Attitudes Practice and Barriers regarding Cervical Cancer and its screening using Pap smear in rural women of Ba, Lautoka, Nadi, Fiji: PJRH 2015:1:2; 50-59.

14. Rajat Gyaneshwar, Swaran Naidu, M Z. Raban, Sheetal Naidu, C Linhart, Stephen Morrell, Isimeli Tukana and Richard Taylor; Absolute cardiovascular risk in a Fiji medical zone
BMC-Public Health 2016: (DOI 10.1186/s12889-016-2806-6 9accepted for publication in February Journal).

15. R Gyaneshwar, SL Naidu, S Naidu, M Baseisei; Historical Context of Family Planning in Fiji and Some thoughts for future directions; Fiji Journal of PH Vol 3 Issue 2; 2014-21-24

16. Swaran Naidu, Women at Work- “ Strengthening Rights of Rural Women and Girls in Fiji. O&G magazine 2015; Vol 17 No 2

Research & Publication Award:

Won ‘Novartis Most Meritorious Research Publication’ in the area of Menopause in Australasia: 1999 Auckland NZ, for Publication Number 4 mentioned above

Research & Publication Award:

Won ‘Novartis Most Meritorious Research Publication’ in the area of Menopause in Australasia: 1999 Auckland NZ, for Publication Number 4 mentioned above

 

 

Events Calendar

November 2017
S M T W T F S
29 30 31 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 1 2

Quick Links Menu

Dean’s Forum: Research Bites

The lunch hour forum:  Pacific Health Research Bites was initiated by the Research Unit to bring researchers from the College together to share “bite-sized” gems of research information. We hope that Researchers will take this opportunity to present their ideas for future collaboration or showcase current research activities. Since research in the Pacific poses unique learning experiences, we also encourage presenters who wish to share these experiences as well and not limit themselves to just the presentation of completed research activities.

read more...