Call for Abstract

4th World Congress on Public Health, Epidemiology & Nutrition , will be organized around the theme “Promoting Solutions to Global Health”

Public Health Summit 2018 is comprised of 29 tracks and 226 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Public Health Summit 2018.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Animal nutrition
  • Track 1-2Phytochemicals
  • Track 1-3Nutrition study and management
  • Track 1-4Nutrition literacy
  • Track 1-5Micro-nutrients
  • Track 1-6Malnutrition
  • Track 1-7Macronutrients
  • Track 1-8Environmental nutrition
  • Track 1-9Dietary nutrients
  • Track 1-10Plant nutrition
  • Track 2-1community health nursing
  • Track 2-2Occupational Health Nursing
  • Track 2-3Nuclear Education in Public Health and Nursing
  • Track 2-4Nursing management and education
  • Track 3-1Birth Defects & Developmental Disabilities
  • Track 3-2Maternal and Child Health
  • Track 3-3Remote monitoring tools
  • Track 3-4Medical informatics
  • Track 3-5Occupational safety and health
  • Track 3-6Noncommunicable Diseases, Injury and Environmental Health
  • Track 3-7Health insurance
  • Track 3-8Health and family welfare
  • Track 3-9Emerging & Zoonotic Infectious Diseases
  • Track 3-10Thyroid Diseases
  • Track 4-1Community mental health
  • Track 4-2Globalization and disease
  • Track 4-3Health behavioral sciences
  • Track 4-4Health communities
  • Track 4-5Population health
  • Track 4-6Preventive healthcare
  • Track 4-7Public Health Service
  • Track 5-1Cloud-based provider relationship management software
  • Track 5-2Healthcare Portal technology
  • Track 5-3Pharmacogenomics/genome sequencing
  • Track 5-4Real-time locating services
  • Track 5-5Self-service kiosks
  • Track 5-6Telemedicine/telehealth
  • Track 5-7Wireless communication
  • Track 5-8Sensors & wearable technology
  • Track 6-1Children and adults mental health
  • Track 6-2Infant mental health
  • Track 6-3Mental disorder & Prevention
  • Track 6-4Mental health in different occupations
  • Track 6-5Mental illness & Mental health
  • Track 6-6Social work in mental health
  • Track 6-7Technology and mental health issues
  • Track 6-8Treatment and therapies
  • Track 7-1Causes of healthcare error
  • Track 7-2Communication for patient safety
  • Track 7-3Health care quality
  • Track 7-4life expectancy
  • Track 7-5Methods to assess and improve quality health
  • Track 7-6Prevalence of adverse events
  • Track 7-7Safety programs in industry
  • Track 7-8Safety in health care
  • Track 8-1Disease management
  • Track 8-2Health administration
  • Track 8-3Health care efficiency measures
  • Track 8-4Health care systems
  • Track 8-5Health informatics‎ 
  • Track 8-6Healthcare quality‎ 
  • Track 8-7Healthcare transport
  • Track 8-8Managerial epidemiology
  • Track 8-9Medical case management
  • Track 9-1Adolescent Health
  • Track 9-2Climate change
  • Track 9-3Water Pollution
  • Track 9-4Womens Health
  • Track 9-5Children Health
  • Track 9-6Agricultural Health
  • Track 9-7Toxicology
  • Track 9-8Air Pollution
  • Track 9-9Social determinants of health
  • Track 9-10Neglected tropical diseases
  • Track 9-11Maternal health
  • Track 9-12Health interventions
  • Track 9-13Health conditions & Infections
  • Track 9-14Global mental health
  • Track 9-15Global Disease Detection
  • Track 9-16Reproductive Health
  • Track 10-1Adolescent growth and development
  • Track 10-2Counseling for behavior change
  • Track 10-3Current Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Health 
  • Track 10-4Health of Adolescent
  • Track 10-5Pediatric medicine
  • Track 10-6Resources for adolescent health care providers
  • Track 10-7Youth development
  • Track 11-1Clinical data storage
  • Track 11-2Clinical policies
  • Track 11-3Clinical pharmacology
  • Track 11-4Clinical pathology
  • Track 11-5Clinical nomenclature
  • Track 11-6Clinical judgment
  • Track 11-7Clinical examination
  • Track 11-8Clinical epidemiology
  • Track 11-9Clinical decision analysis
  • Track 11-10Clinical trials
  • Track 12-1Environmental Diseases 
  • Track 12-2Environmental factor
  • Track 12-3Environmental hazards & Human health
  • Track 12-4Environmental health
  • Track 12-5Exposure to toxins
  • Track 12-6Occupational disease
  • Track 12-7Persistent organic pollutant
  • Track 12-8Risk factor
  • Track 13-1Analytical methods
  • Track 13-2Applications
  • Track 13-3Criticism
  • Track 13-4Modern use
  • Track 14-1Cardiovascular disease (CVD)
  • Track 14-2Cardiovascular Health and Disease: sHealth
  • Track 14-3prevention of CVD
  • Track 14-4Recognition of the essential role of community-based approaches to cardiovascular health
  • Track 14-5Recognition of the social determinants of cardiovascular health and disease
  • Track 14-6Multidisciplinary workforce in cardiovascular epidemiology
  • Track 15-1Central Line-associated Bloodstream Infections
  • Track 15-2Diseases and Organisms in Healthcare
  • Track 15-3Prevention & safety
  • Track 15-4Surgical Site Infection
  • Track 15-5Types of Healthcare-associated Infections
  • Track 15-6Ventilator-associated Pneumonia
  • Track 16-1Classification of Primary Care 
  • Track 16-2Consumer-driven health care
  • Track 16-3Direct primary care
  • Track 16-4Patient Protection & Medicare
  • Track 16-5Primary care by country
  • Track 16-6Quality of care
  • Track 16-7Role in health care system
  • Track 16-8Scope of practice
  • Track 17-1Best practices
  • Track 17-2Ethical analysis
  • Track 17-3Ethical obligations
  • Track 17-4Ethical prescriptions
  • Track 17-5Formulating & implementing health policies
  • Track 17-6Official guidelines
  • Track 17-7Social justice & the policy-making process
  • Track 18-1Creating a Healthier, Sustainable Food System
  • Track 18-2Rethinking Diet and Disease from an Environmental Nutrition Perspective
  • Track 18-3The Environmental Footprint of Industrial Food Production
  • Track 18-4The Role of Social Justice in Environmental Nutrition
  • Track 18-5Using an environmental nutrition approach to define healthy food
  • Track 19-1Health & safety
  • Track 19-2Workplace hazards
  • Track 19-3Workplace fatality and injury statistics
  • Track 19-4Professional roles and responsibilities
  • Track 19-5Occupational medicine
  • Track 19-6Occupational health psychology
  • Track 19-7Occupational Health Disparities
  • Track 19-8Management systems
  • Track 19-9Identifying safety & health hazards
  • Track 19-10Workplace Safety and Health
  • Track 20-1Healthcare informatics
  • Track 20-2Clinical informatics
  • Track 20-3Clinical research informatics
  • Track 20-4Nursing informatics
  • Track 20-5Medical informatics
  • Track 21-1Applied food science
  • Track 21-2Biostatistics
  • Track 21-3Public health and Nutrition
  • Track 21-4Nutrition Education
  • Track 21-5nutrition & selfcare
  • Track 21-6Medical research
  • Track 21-7Food Balance Wheel
  • Track 21-8Epidemiology
  • Track 21-9Bioenergetics
  • Track 21-10Nutritional Biomarkers
  • Track 22-1Body mass index 
  • Track 22-2Classification of obesity
  • Track 22-3Effects on health
  • Track 22-4Epidemiology of obesity
  • Track 22-5Epidemiology of obesity nationwide
  • Track 22-6Global obesity control
  • Track 22-7Survival paradox
  • Track 23-1Autoimmune Diseases in Women
  • Track 23-2Biomarkers in Reproductive Medicine
  • Track 23-3Health in Pregnancy
  • Track 23-4Perinatal and Reproductive Health
  • Track 23-5Maternal and Child Health
  • Track 23-6Placentation and placental function
  • Track 23-7Regenerative Medicine and their Application
  • Track 23-8Reproductive Cloning
  • Track 23-9Reproductive Endocrinology
  • Track 24-1Oral Epidemiology & Community Dentistry
  • Track 24-2Oral Cancer
  • Track 24-3Preventive Dentistry
  • Track 24-4Technological Tools in Dentistry
  • Track 24-5Orthodontics
  • Track 24-6Prosthodontics & Periodontics
  • Track 24-7Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Track 25-1Medical oncologists
  • Track 25-2Radiologists
  • Track 25-3Pathologists
  • Track 25-4Computerised Tomography (CT)
  • Track 25-5PET CT
  • Track 25-6Chemotherapy
  • Track 25-7Immunotherapy
  • Track 26-1Obesity & Adipose Tissue Biology
  • Track 26-2Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes Complications and treatment
  • Track 26-3Nutrigenomics
  • Track 26-4Oxidative stress & Platelet activation in Obesity
  • Track 26-5Normal Insulin Sensitivity
  • Track 26-6Role of Hyperinsulinism
  • Track 26-7Diabetic diet
  • Track 27-1Applications
  • Track 27-2Behavior Analysis of Sports, Health, Fitness and Behavioral Medicine
  • Track 27-3Behavioral Health and Medicine 
  • Track 27-4Behavior-related illnesses
  • Track 27-5Learning principles, models and theories
  • Track 27-6Treatment adherence and compliance
  • Track 28-1Applications
  • Track 28-2Challenges
  • Track 28-3Precision medicine
  • Track 28-4Stratified medicine
  • Track 29-1Environmental factors
  • Track 29-2Genetic predisposition
  • Track 29-3Leading causes of preventable death
  • Track 29-4levels of prevention
  • Track 29-5Preventive methods
  • Track 29-6Prophylaxis
  • Track 29-7Sedentary lifestyle