BUBT Economics Club hosts seminar on “Consumer Preference or Supplier Induced Demand for Cesarean Section Delivery in Bangladesh”
Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT)'s Economics Club has successfully organized a seminar titled "Consumer Preference or Supplier Induced Demand for Cesarean Section Delivery in Bangladesh" on September 9 in the International Conference Hall, BUBT.
The session started with a welcome speech by Sirajul Islam, Assistant Professor and Chairman, Department of Economics. Professor M. Mahmud Khan, PhD, Head, Department of Health Policy and Management, University of Georgia, Athens; and John A. Drew, Professor, Healthcare Administration, delivered the key notes.
Professor M. Mahmud Khan highlighted the major causes of adopting Cesarean section delivery in Bangladesh as well as its adverse effects based on his study. In conclusion, Professor Mahmud prescribed some policy suggestions, which can shed some light on the mother and children healthcare sector in Bangladesh.
Professor Dr Muhammed Fayyaz Khan, VC, BUBT was the chair of the session. Among other guests were Professor Md. Abu Saleh, Member, BUBT Trustee and Academic Adviser; Lieutenant General Dr. A K M Zafrullah Siddiq (Retd.), Member, BUBT Trustee; Professor Santi Narayan Ghosh, Director, IQAC. Additionally, deans of different faculties, faculty members, and students of Economics, BUBT, were present as well.
Md. Mahmudul Hassan, PhD, Associate Professor, Economics and Moderator, BUBT Economics Club, concluded the session with vote of thanks.