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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.
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Public health nutrition is a field emphasizing the use of food and nutrition knowledge. Providing more knowledge about food and nutrition. The people are academicians in public health nutrition will gain knowledge about the following
- 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
Public health nursing is the field of nursing which deals with the specialty in Public health. Public health nurses are a community of nurses who are involved in integrating community and who knows well about clinical methods and treatment of health. Public health nursing is one of the neglected fields of health sector.
- 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
Epidemiology is the mechanism to find the reason for the health diseases occurring in population. The community of infected people were diagnosed. It is defined as the systematic study of diseases and its control. It includes the study of distribution and determination of risk factors related to health in a population and the effective measures.
- 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
Community health is field of medicine and clinical science which deals with the study of maintenance, protection and progress of health status for the society. It is discipline concerned with study and progress of health conditions and characteristic nature of biological communities. The word community focuses on geographical area where the health characteristics are measured.
- 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
Health care and technology can be termed as the health information technology (HIT) or Health IT. The HIT is the wide concept which gives knowledge about a group of technologies to share, store and analyze the health information. In recent days, most of the health care units and providers are using health IT to improve patient care. Health IT also provides services in establishing communication with doctor and patient directly learn and share information about their health and actions to be taken to improve the health quality of patient.
- 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
Perspective on various aspects of mental health internationally is called as the Global mental health. It focuses on the study of improving mental health and attaining equity in mental health for worldwide people.If it is considered based on the county specific conditions, then it also deals with the epidemiology of the mental illness and disorders in different countries, their treatment opportunities, financial and political aspects, healthcare systems structure, human resource in mental health and human rights.
- 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
Quality healthcare and patient safety are the streams which takes care of the health of the patient and his/her safety. Health care quality can be defined as the degree to which health care services for individuals and population increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes.
- 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
Health care systems are the systems or organizations which deliver health care services to accomplish good health of the society. There are diverse range of healthcare systems around the world with many organizational structures and institutions which deliver healthcare. Countries must decide and design the healthcare systems based on their need and resources. Hospital management is the health service management which handles the hospital management and administration.
- 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
The earth was the balanced system before, after the human evolution and civilization. The symphony of the mother nature has been disturbed by human toxic products and waste due to industrialization. So Global environmental health is important to survive and lead a healthy life. Global environmental health deals with the study of health care, prevention and effective measures to be taken to save the health of the environment.
- 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
Adolescent health care is the taking care of the adolescent health. Adolescents are the young teenage people between the age of 10 to 19 years. Which are considered as the healthy grownups. The mortality of adolescents also increasing due to accidents, pregnancy related complications, suicides, violence, and some other illness. Many of youth also suffer from chronic health infections and disorders by birth like diabetes. In addition to this, many other serious diseases in childhood also have their roots in adolescence such as tobacco, HIV, poor eating and exercise habits which lead to ill health and premature deaths.
- 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
Clinical epidemiology is the field of clinical science which determines the objective and effects of clinical decisions. It is bringing quality changes in the diagnostic methods, treatments and greater range of responses to clinical situations. Its work forms from logical links with policy in addition to care delivery. In other words, Clinical epidemiology is an implementation science which concentrates on outcomes of health and health extremes.
- 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
Environmental epidemiology is the study of the factors that affect the incidence, prevalence and geographic range of mental health. Environmental epidemiology is the field of epidemiology which deals with the discovery of the environmental representation that tender to or protect against the injuries, sickness, medical conditions, disabilities and deaths. Environmental epidemiology is the study of the factors that affect the incidence, prevalence and geographic range of mental health.
- 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
Molecular epidemiology is the field of epidemiology that concerned in providing a service and contribution to potential genetic and environmental risk factors which are identified at molecular level, to etiology, distribution and prevention of diseases across the population.
- Track 13-1Analytical methods
- Track 13-2Applications
- Track 13-3Criticism
- Track 13-4Modern use
Cardiovascular epidemiology is the field which deals with heart related epidemiology. This field is the interdisciplinary field where the trainees in epidemiology were encouraged to lead roles related to cardiovascular diseases. The mortality rate is increasing around the world due to cardiovascular diseases. And field focuses on treatment, management of the cardiovascular health of the people.
- 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
Healthcare associated diseases are also called as Health care associated infections (HCAI). These are also referred as “hospital infection”, an infection occurring in the patient during the process of health care facility or in hospital. It can affect patients’ health in any type of settings where they patients were admitted or may also appear after the discharge.
- 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
The general practice is a medical practice, where the general practitioner treats the chronic and acute illness and provides preventive care and health education to the patients. And primary care is the health care given to the group of people or community in before approaching to the medical practitioner or the clinic. General practice and primary care are the prior measures taken before start of the treatment.
- 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
Medical ethics scheme of noble principles which add values to the practice of medicine and clinical field in scientific research. Medical ethics guides the policies and rules to be followed by all the work people regardless of race, religion, gender under principled care and guaranteed quality. On the other hand, health policy is the decisions, actions, plans undertaken to accomplish the health care goals in the society which includes delivery, access to health care and quality and equity of health.
- 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
Environmental nutrition includes both direct impacts of the contemporary diet on human health as well as indirect health impacts related to conventional and industrial food system. Environmental nutrition checks for health impacts on social, public, economic and other environmental related factors concerned with the food and nutrition system.
- 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
Occupational health and safety is also known as occupational safety and health. It is an interdisciplinary field which focuses on health and safety and welfare of the population at workspace. This field is originally an abbreviation of occupational safety and health program. The main aim of occupational safety and health (OSH) is to enhance the safety and healthy work. It takes care of co-workers, family members, customers, and many other related group of people who directly or indirectly gets effected by the workspace environment.
- 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
Biomedical and health informatics is the integrative field which deals with the health information technology, and includes the subjective, computer and social science. Informatics is the science of knowing more about human health and to deliver the good outcome using that knowledge.
- Track 20-1Healthcare informatics
- Track 20-2Clinical informatics
- Track 20-3Clinical research informatics
- Track 20-4Nursing informatics
- Track 20-5Medical informatics
Nutritional epidemiology is the field of epidemiology which deals with the examining the role of nutrition in etiology of disease, observing the nutritional status in the population and to maintain healthy patterns of good health among the society.
- 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
Obesity is the condition where the person carries extra body fat which results in the risk of their health. Obesity is major health hazard in the rising population. It is usually measured in terms of body mass index, there are many health risks associated with obesity.
- 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
Reproductive medicine is the branch of medicinal science which deals with deals with the diagnosis, prevention and management of problems in reproduction. Its aims include maintaining and improving the reproductive health and allowing people to have kids at the time of their convenience. Reproductive medicine plays an important role in women’s health where the mother’s health directly influences the health quality of the children.
- 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
Public health summit focuses on the awareness regarding the importance of oral hygiene has significantly increased. Good oral health is important to our overall well-being. Approximately 90% of systemic disease have links to oral health. Oral hygiene can prevent Dental caries, Gingivitis, Periodontitis, Halitosis.
- 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
Oncology deals with the prevention, diagnosis & treatment of cancer. Many risk factors for cancer are alcohol consumption, tobacco, smoking, age etc. World suffers a serious issue related to cancer. Cancer death is often more than a past year. Various technics & drugs are introduced in the market for cancer treatment.
- 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
Diabetes is a group of disorders characterized by chronic high blood glucose levels (hyperglycemia) because of the body's inability to deliver any or enough insulin to control high glucose levels. There are two fundamental types of diabetes. Type 1 diabetes, which frequently happens in kids or teenagers, is caused by the body's failure to make insulin or type 2 diabetes, which happens because of the body's inability to respond properly to insulin. Type 2 diabetes is predominantly analyzed after the age of forty, be that as it may, it is presently being found in all age ranges, including kids and adolescents. There are many hazard factors for type 2 diabetes, for example, age, race, pregnancy, stress, certain prescriptions, hereditary qualities or family history, elevated cholesterol and weight. In any case, the absolute best indicator of type 2 diabetes is overweight or Obesity. Just about 90% of individuals living with type 2 diabetes are overweight or have obesity.
- 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
Behavioral medicine is the interdisciplinary field of medicine which deals with the development and integration of behavioral, psychological and biomedical science knowledge and the techniques for prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. There are huge variety of medical professionals involved in the behavioral medicine research and practice including cardiologists, counselors, epidemiologists, exercise physiologists, family physicians, health educators, internists, nurses, nutritionists, pediatricians, psychiatrists and psychologists.
- 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
Personalized medicine is the field of medicine which is a medical process to categorize patients into various groups based on the medication, practices, medical conditions, interventions and products being tailored to the individual patient depending on their responses or risk factor of the disease.
- Track 28-1Applications
- Track 28-2Challenges
- Track 28-3Precision medicine
- Track 28-4Stratified medicine
Preventive medicine is a unique medicinal specialty which has been recognized by American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) which focuses on health care of individual people, communities. Its aims to provide secure medicines, protect, promote and maintain health and well-being and to reduce diseases and deaths.
- 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