Search results for:
No result found! Try with different keywords!
Oh Snap, this is a past event! 😵

Do you want to get notified when this event happens again?

2nd Global Public Health Congress (CSE)

2nd Global Public Health Congress (CSE)

2nd Global Public Health Congress

About conferenceGlobal Public Health-2019 invites all the participants from all over the world to attend the conference during March 25-26, 2019 Amsterdam, Netherlands. This global conference includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. The conference runs with the theme “Emphasizing latest Innovations in the field of public health” that melds brief keynote presentations, speaker talks, Exhibition, Symposia, and Workshops. Why to attend???  Global Public Health-2019 is an international forum for Academicians, Public health specialists, Health professionals, Healthcare providers, Researches, Scientists, Policy makers, Pharmaceutical developers, and health workers to present their latest research ideas, development and applications in all areas of Global Public Health. Exchange ideas and network with leading Neurologist, Cardiologist, Pediatrician’s, Gynecologist, Epidemiologist, Dentist, Microbiologists, Dermatologist, Psychiatrist, Nutrition’s, Healthcare Management, public health professionals and researchers, Scientists from more than 40 countries. Global Public Health-2019 Conference also covers broad subject matter expertise in Global Public Health, Adolescent Health, Mental Health and Mental Disorders, Infectious Diseases, Addiction disorders,  Epidemiology and Public Health, Long-term care, Research methods, Clinical microbiology, Patient safety and quality, Implementation science, Prevention methods, and networking and communication. Target Audience: • Scientists• Researchers• Doctors• Nursing• Pharmaceutical Companies• Students• Pharma specialists• Health care managements • UniversitiesScientific sessions/ TracksTrack 1: Public Health Nursing & Pharmacology The Public Health nursing is the branch of nursing concerned with the practice of promoting and protecting the health of the individuals. They will not directly provide care to individuals in the community; instead they support the provision of direct care through a process of evaluation and assessment of the need of the individuals. Public health nurses will plan, develop, and support systems which will prevent the occurrence of problems and provide access to care. Pharmacology is the branch of biology concerned with the study and the effects of the drugs on living organisms. Pharmacology is subdivided into two categories as, pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics, which provides a comprehensive picture of the safety and action of a Medic*tion. Track 2: Cardiology& Hypertension Cardiology is the branch of medicine dealing with the diseases and disorders of the heart and the parts of the circulatory system. The field includes the treatment of congenital Heart Diseases, coronary artery disease, and heart failure majorly. Physicians who specialize in the field of cardiology are called cardiologist.Track 3: Neurology and Mental HealthNeurology is the branch of medicine concerned with the study of disorders of the nervous system. The nervous system is a complex, sophisticated system that coordinates its actions by transmitting signals to and from different parts of the body. The two major divisions are central nervous system and peripheral nervous system.Mental Health is a cognitive, psychological and emotional wellbeing or the absence of a mental or behavioural disorder. It should be maintained at the satisfactory level of emotional and behavioural adjustment. It plays a vital role at every stage of life, from childhood to adulthood.Track 4: Cancer ResearchCancer research is the research conducted to identify the causes and growth of cancer cells in the body. The researchers are developing various strategies for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment for the cure. It ranges from Epidemiology, molecular bioscience to the clinical trials and their applications include surgery, Chemotherapy, and immunotherapy and hormone therapy.Track 5: Stem Cell BiologyStem Cells are the undifferentiated mass of cells that has the ability to differentiate into different types of specialized cells within the body. They are classified into two major types, Embryonic Stem Cells and adult stem cells. The regenerative property of the stem cells paves the way for the future of the regenerative medicine.Track 6: Public Health Infectious DiseaseInfectious Disease, also known as Transmissible Disease or communicable disease is Illness resulting from an infection. Infections are caused by infectious agents that are bacteria, nematodes, viruses, parasitic round warms, viroid’s, ticks, mites, fungi, helminths, ringworms.A short-term infection is an Acute Infection. A long-term infection is a Chronic Infection.Track 7: Epidemiology & Diseases ControlEpidemiology is the study of the determinants and distribution of health and disease conditions in the specified population. The information obtained by the epidemiological studies is used to plan and evaluate strategies to prevent illness and manage patients in whom disease has already developed. It is a quantitative discipline working on the knowledge of statistics, probability and sound research methods.The occurrence of diseases should be controlled and prevented through sanitary measures, proper nutrition, vaccinations and various other public health measures. The public should be protected from infectious diseases, food borne pathogens, environmental pollutants. Therefore, major steps should be taken to control and prevent the spreading of diseases worldwide.Track 8:  ImmunologyImmunology is the branch of biomedical science that deals with the study of immune systems in all organisms. They are responsible to protect the body from the antigenic challenge, the recognition of self from non-self and physical chemical aspects of immune phenomena.Track 9:  Obesity & DiabetesObesity is the condition in which excess of body fats gets accumulated and it may have a negative effect on health. People are generally considered as obese when their BMI is between 25 to 30 kg/m2.Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder in which there is a high concentration of sugar in the blood, which leads to several complications like diabetic neuropathy, diabetic retinopathy, diabetic nephropathy, etc. They are categorised into three groups, Type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes and gestational diabetes.Track 10:  Healthcare ManagementHealthcare management is a group of people responsible to create an awareness program of how healthcare is implemented in everyday practices in hospitals, offices, homes, factories, etc. It describes the leadership and management of hospital care systems and networks.Track 11:  NephrologyNephrology is the branch of study of normal Kidney Function, kidney problems, the preservation of kidney health and treatment. A Physician who studies and deals with nephrology are called as nephrologist. The systemic conditions that affect the kidneys and the systemic problems accompanying by it are also studied in nephrology.Track 12:  Public Health NutritionPublic Health Nutrition (PHN) focuses on the promotion of excellent health through nutrition and therefore the primary bar of nutrition connected un-healthiness within the population. The global peer-reviewed forum for the publication and dissemination of analysis geared toward understanding the causes of, and approaches and solutions to Nutrition-related public health achievements, things and issues round the world.The diet of associate organism is what it eats, that is essentially determined by the provision and taste property of foods. For humans, a healthy diet includes preparation of Food and storage ways that preserve nutrients from reaction, heat or natural action, which scale back risk of food borne un-wellness.Track 13:  Genetic DisordersA genetic disorder is a mutation in the DNA sequence or abnormalities occurring in the genome. Some Genetic Disorders are inherited from the parents while others are the pre-existing changes or mutation of genes over the period of time. Mutations may occur due to environmental factors or randomly the sequences are altered.Track 14:  DermatologyDermatology is the branch of medicine that is dealing with the skin, nails, and involves in the treatment of the diseases. The dermatologist performs various treatments and Medic*tion according to the nature of the individual skin types.Track 15: Addiction disordersAddiction is a brain disorder which is manifested by compulsive engagement in rewarding stimuli, which arises through transcriptional and epigenetic mechanism. People who are under addiction have an intense focus on using a certain substance.Health care is the maintenance of the health by taking some preventive measures, diagnosis and treatment of disease, illness and injury.Track 16:  Chronic Disease and Health PromotionChronic disease is disease that occurs over a long period of time. It limits our activity and causes disabilities. Some diseases does not show any symptoms, in that case the person will be unaware of the disease and it might even lead to death of the individual. Some of the chronic diseases are Arthritis, cardiovascular diseases, stroke, Cancer, etc.Health care promotion is the process of promotion where people are made to increase control over and improve their health. It focuses on the individual behaviour challenging social and environmental interventions.Track 17:  Dental & Oral HealthDental public health is the speciality of the dentistry that deals with the prevention of the oral disease  like oral cancer, tooth decay, dental plaque, tooth loss and involves in the promotion of oral health. It involves in the assessment of the dental health requirements and promotes effective solutions to improve the individual health.

AGENDAGlobal Public Health-2019• Interactive Sessions• Keynote/Plenary Lectures• Workshops/Symposiums• YRF/Best Poster Awards• Exhibitors• B2B Meetings https://globalpublichealth.conferenceseries.comconferenceseries.comTitle: A Qualitative and Quantitative review of the risks of traumatic experiences for emergencypersonnel and coping management in international viewBernhard Mann, University of Koblence-Landau, Institute of Sociology, Germany2 KEY NOTE SLOTS AVAILABLEGroup PhotoNetworking and Refreshments BreakTitle: Early age drug injection initiation as risk factor for HIV/HCV coinfection amount drug users in ruralcommunities in Puerto RicoJuan Carlos Reyes, University of Puerto RicoTitle:The Lack of Trust and Knowledge about Government-Provided Assistance Programs by Korean-Americans with DisabilitiesDavid Ahn, College of William & Mary, USATitle: Improving post partum care in large hospital in New Delhi,IndiaMona Chopra, Independent Quality consultant to WHO, IndiaSpeaker Slots AvailableSessions: Public Health Infectious Disease | Public Health Nursing & Pharmacology |Chronic Disease and Health Promotion | Epidemiology & Diseases Control | NeonatalNeurologyTitle: A New Lebanese Medic*tion Adherence Scale: Validation in LebaneseHypertensive adultsRola Bou Serhal, Lebanese University, LebanonTitle: Detection of Airway Inflammation among Cement Workers in a Cement Factory, Asyut Governorate,Egypt (2017-2018)Mariam Roshdy Elkhayat, Assiut University, EgyptTitle: Nigerian Antimicrobial Consumption SurveillanceHelen Adamu, Center for Clinical Care and Research, NigeriaSpeaker Slots AvailableNetworking and Refreshments BreakTitle: Future Aspirations of Interns of Dental Institutions in Karachi, PakistanSonia Sameen, Dow University of Health Sciences, PakistanTitle: A study of the social stigma of the patients receiving DOTS under RNTCP program in Bihar, IndiaPankhuri Rai, Hindustan Latex Family Planning Promotion Trust, IndiaPanel Discussionpersonnel and coping management in international viewBernhard Mann, University of Koblence-Landau, Institute of Sociology, Germany

Day 2Sessions: Public Health Infectious Disease | Public Health Nursing & Pharmacology|Chronic Disease and Health Promotion | Epidemiology & Diseases Control | NeonatalKeynote SessionTitle: Long term effects of Violence and Sexual abuse onthe Child’s behaviourMaria Lourdes de Vera, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines2 Keynote Slots AvailableTitle: Change in knowledge attitude and practice of road safety measures after polaris trainingShabbir Karim, Polaris School of Motoring, UKTitle: Perception Of Burden And Psychological Stress In Parents Of Hearing Impaired And IntellectuallyChallenged Children In PunjabNazia Mumtaz, Isra University, PakistanSpeaker Slots AvailablePosterTitle: Antibacterial and anticancer property of bromelain: a plant protease enzyme fromJermen Mamo, Addis Ababa University, EthiopiaTitle: Health Insurance Policy and the Satisfaction with the Health Services in KosovoHashim Mehmeti, Ludwig Maximilian University, AlbaniaTitle: Bylling in schools in Peja Region 2018Lendita Krasniqi, Education University of Prishtina Faculty of Medicine, AlbaniaTitle: Stigma related Mental Health Knowledge among community health workers – A cross sectionalassessmentVikram Arunachalam, BBMP, Government of Karnataka, IndiaPoster Presentations Available

Please contact the event manager Marilyn (marilyn.b.turner(at) ) below for:- Multiple participant discounts- Price quotations or visa invitation letters- Payment by alternate channels (PayPal, check, Western Union, wire transfers etc)- Event sponsorshipNO REFUNDS ALLOWED ON REGISTRATIONSPrices may go up any time. Service fees included in pricing.-----------------------------------------------------------------This event is brought to you by:Conference Series - NewYorkEventsList


You may also like the following events from New York Events List:

Map Venue will be informed to the Registered Participants, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Loading venue map..
Event details from Report a problem

Are you going to this event?


New York Events List