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14th World Congress on Industrial Healthcare and Medical Tourism, will be organized around the theme “Linking Healthcare,Tourism & Economy”
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Globalization is a key challenge to public health, especially in developing countries where also the health economists study the functioning of health care systems & health-affecting behaviours like drinking, smoking etc. The framework encompasses both direct and indirect effects on health, operating through the national economy, household economies and health-related sectors such as water, sanitation, clinical practices, and education as well as more direct effects on population-level and individual risk factors on the health care system. The effects of globalization will be optimized only when improvements in health and well-being become central objectives of national economic policy-making and the design and management of the international economic system.
- Track 1-1Healthcare markets
- Track 1-2Behavioural and mental health economics
- Track 1-3Healthcare services
- Track 1-4Economic impact of healthcare
- Track 2-1Wearable computing and cyber security
- Track 2-2Telemedicine and telehealth
- Track 2-3e-Health and e-Patient
- Track 2-4m-Health
- Track 2-5Designing for patient safety and wellness
- Track 2-6Healthcare Informatics
Nursing mainly focuses on the protection, optimization and balancing of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, facilitation of healing, and aiding the patients through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations. Nursing and health care deals with various aspects such as primary health, secondary health care etc. Pregnancy care is the essential care that is needed most of the women which consists of prenatal and postpartum healthcare for expectant mothers. It involves treatments and training to ensure a healthy pre pregnancy, pregnancy, and labour and delivery.
- Track 3-1Nursing Primary Care
- Track 3-2Types of Nursing
- Track 3-3Critical Care & Emergency Nursing
- Track 3-4Midwifery & Women health Nursing
- Track 3-5Occupational Health Nursing
- Track 3-6Travel Nurse
Public health is the science that helps in reducing the illness and prolonging life and even promoting human health by some efforts and decisions of society, organizations, public, communities and sole person. Community medicine is kind of a vague specialty of medicine because it covers an enormous range from epidemiology, statistics at field(community) level to policy-making in central level. It's essentially a science of wiping out a illness in a community and isn't centered on the patient.
Oral wellbeing is key to general wellbeing and it should be taken care off. It hints at the lack or contamination it is essential for a person to keep up oral cleanliness. Oral health is a very important side in everybody life because it shows the sign of deficiencies and infection. It's important for an individual to take care of oral hygiene and visit the dentist frequently for a routine checkup. Dental specialists can currently provide patients with propelled choices like laser dentistry, Esthetic dentistry, Digital dentistry, and Implant dentistry.
- Track 5-1Dental Implant
- Track 5-2Dental treatment and medicines
- Track 5-3Maxillofacial surgery
- Track 5-4Digital dentistry
- Track 5-5Oral microbiology
- Track 5-6Periodontics, Gingivitis, Endodontics
Disease prevention is outlined as measures that seek to avert the prevalence of disease (including injury), arrest its progress, and scale back its consequences once it's established. Disease prevention is often classified into levels: primordial, primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention. Preventive interventions aim at interrupting the web of causality leading to one or more aspects of ill-health. They're directed at totally different phases in the development of disease, aiming at eradicating, eliminating, or minimizing its impact, or if none of this is feasible, retarding the progress of disease and disability
Nutrition is defined as the upkeep of a well-balanced diet consisting of the essential nutrients and also the adequate caloric consumption that is needed to trigger evolution and withstand the physiological necessity at the different phases. With advances within the fields of biology, chemistry, genetics, the study of human nutrition is more and more involved with metabolism and metabolic pathways. Obesity is a chronic condition characterized by an abundance measure of body fat. Obesity increases the danger of building up numerous unending diseases. Obesity during childhood might be a significant risk factor that inflicts severe immediate and future health complications.
- Track 7-1Sports nutrition
- Track 7-2Pregnancy diet- Macro and Micronutrients
- Track 7-3Probiotic nutrition
- Track 7-4Childhood obesity
- Track 7-5Vitamin and mineral deficiency disorders
- Track 7-6Nutritional therapy and treatment
Diabetes normally termed as “Diabetes Mellitus” in which there are high sugar level than optimum level. Symptoms of high blood sugar include increased urination, increased thirst, and raised hunger. Normally there are two kinds of diabetes i.e., Type 1 and Type 2. It is a disease that not solely affects the insulin manufacturing cells however it additionally affects the entire immune system of body making it weak as a results of that the body becomes vulnerable to completely different complications. Heart disease or a stroke, high blood pressure, high cholesterol level, nerve pain, kidney-related illness, eye problem (glaucoma), dermal problems are some major possible complications that develops more likely in diabetic patient.
- Track 8-1Insulin, medicines and other diabetes treatments
- Track 8-2Pancreatic islet transplantation
- Track 8-3Recent advancement in diabetes
- Track 8-4Diabetes and treatment
- Track 8-5Genetic diabetes
- Track 8-6Types 1 v/s type 2 diabetes
Skin is your body's largest organ. It is a protecting barrier between your insides and the rest of the world, helps regulate temperature and acts as a filter. Skin exists in an exceedingly constant state of growth, with old cells dying as new cells are forming. Proper skin care isn't solely about looking good, it's about staying healthy. Poor skin care habits will cause rashes, sores, acne and wrinkles. Unhealthy skin is additionally vulnerable to sickness, infection and is more likely to scar after an injury. Proper care is especially vital for those who experience skin problems, like psoriasis, or have skin allergies. Aging skin is among the most common patient considerations during a facial plastic surgery practice.
- Track 9-1Therapies for skin and body
- Track 9-2Diagnosis for skin and body care
- Track 9-3Cosmetic dermatology
- Track 9-4Plastic and reconstructive surgery
- Track 9-5Genetic skin diseases
- Track 9-6Skin rejuvenation and resurfacing recovery
- Track 9-7Clinical and therapeutic dermatology
- Track 9-8Herbal and ayurvedic approaches
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a class of diseases used to describe all diseases of the heart and/or blood vessels (e.g. arteries). Cardiovascular (CV) illness (CVD) is the leading world reason for mortality, being liable for 46 of non-communicable disease deaths. it's been estimated that about 85.6 million Americans live with some type of CVD, that continues to rise. Coronary heart disease which consist of heart attacks, coronary artery disease and stroke are common forms of CVD. Heart disease is a major cause of disability and premature death throughout the globe. Cardiovascular disease in ladies has received raised attention in the previous couple of years.
- Track 10-1Cardiovascular Medicine
- Track 10-2Cardiac Surgery
- Track 10-3Arrhythmias
- Track 10-4Hypertension
- Track 10-5Pediatric Cardiology
- Track 10-6Cardiac Diagnostic Test
- Track 10-7Heart Failure
- Track 10-8Devices / CRT / ICD / Surgery
- Track 10-9Open-Heart Surgery
Women’s health differs from those of men by unique biological, social and behavioural conditions. The leading death estimate in women coprise cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, PCOS, menopause, etc. The major threat within the developing countries is the maternal deaths that are incessantly increasingly because of poor health. Obstetrics and Gynecology is the medical specialty that encompasses the two subspecialties of obstetrics which cover pregnancy, childbirth, and also the postpartum period and gynecology which covers the health of the female reproductive systems i.e.,ovaries, uterus and vagina.
- Track 11-1Perinatal and Reproductive Health
- Track 11-2Autoimmune Diseases in Women
- Track 11-3Maternal and Child Health
- Track 11-4Violence against Women
- Track 11-5Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
- Track 11-6Gynecological Endocrinology
- Track 11-7Gynecology Disorders
- Track 11-8Gynecological Oncology
Neonatal nutrition is crucial, particularly to promote growth and sustain the physical requirements at the various stages of a child's development within the first couple weeks of life. Breastfeeding and complementary feeding have vital ingredients that don't seem to be found in any infant formula, to build the baby’s immune system. Neonatal/ pediatric biological process desires vary significantly with age, level of activity, and environmental conditions which are directly associated with the speed of growth. The study of pediatrics is decreasing the mortality rates of the newborns and manage the spreading of infectious pediatric diseases.
- Track 12-1Seasonal Healthcare
- Track 12-2Neonatal Infections
- Track 12-3Neonatal problems
- Track 12-4Neonatal nourishment
- Track 12-5Neonatal emergency unit
- Track 12-6Nutritional requirements in infants & children
- Track 12-7Low birth weight- Prevention,control and treatment
- Track 12-8Clinical Pediatrics
- Track 12-9Pediatric breast feeding
Infectious Diseases are primarily caused by micro-organisms like bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. A number of these organisms cause diseases than any other. Infectious diseases kill more individuals throughout the globe. More than ever before we tend to face the threat of new diseases that apparently erupt out of obscurity. A disease is an emerging disease only when it's completely a new infection or it's recently raised in impact and severity and affected newer locations across the world. Developing dimensions to strengthen and educate groups of researchers to assist detect, forestall and control infectious diseases in animals and people. Early discovery of recent viruses eventually helps the worldwide public health agencies like the World Health Organizations to prevent emerging diseases in their tracks.
- Track 13-1Ebola
- Track 13-2Vaccines/preventive vaccine for infectious diseases
- Track 13-3Infection prevention and control guidelines
- Track 13-4Staphylococcus aureus
- Track 13-5Prion diseases
- Track 13-6Hepatitis E
- Track 13-7Hepatitis C
- Track 13-8Orthopoxvirus
- Track 13-9Canine Influenza A(H3N2) Virus
- Track 13-10HIV/AIDS
- Track 13-11Global eradication of diseases
The physical and mental health of the human being should be maintained in a balanced way where the poor physical health can lead to mental health problems and vice-versa. The lifestyle factors which can affect both the physical health and mental health involve exercise, diet, smoking, depression etc. There are also other problems which include obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high blood glucose levels leading to heart disease, diabetes and other illness. Indigenous system of medicine is also widely practiced among the developing countries which definitely play a major role in curing chronic diseases and several infections.
- Track 14-1Mental disorders
- Track 14-2Diagnosis and therapy
- Track 14-3Mental health evaluation
The medical industry provides a vast range of healthcare services, manufacturing medical equipments and developing pharmaceuticals which also include the designing of drugs and the delivery system according to the human health. The Patent system plays a crucial role where every day new life saving drugs is introduced into the market and they are regulated by the pharmaceutical sector by the patent laws. Quality Assurance and control has a wide impact over the pharmaceutical products in order to meet the standards for the recommended use. Pharmacogenomics is the new emerging technology where the therapeutic drugs are combined with the genetics in order to meet the complex diseases.
- Track 15-1Nano pharmaceuticals
- Track 15-2Pharmacogenomics
- Track 15-3Drug targeting and development
- Track 15-4Future of the pharmaceutical industry
- Track 15-5Patent system
Alternative healthcare medicine is a healing practice that's not associated with any of the scientific methods of treatment. It consists of a wide range of health care practices, natural products, and therapies, starting from natural herbs to the modified by-products extract. It includes varied new traditional medicine practices like homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic, energy medicine, acupuncture, ancient Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, and Christian faith healing. These treatment methodologies don't show connection to any science-based healthcare system however depending on natural practices.
Technology invades every dimension of critical care. Medical technology is a broad field where innovation plays a significant role in sustaining the human health. Areas like biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, information technology, biomedical engineering which includes the development of medical devices and equipment, and more have all made significant contributions to improving the health of people all around the world. Technology in health care is a crucial focus of research which in future will continue to develop in the dramatic ways. Stem cell research is an emerging tool in the biological system which enhances the field of technology in a favourable way for the patients.
- Track 17-1Stem cell research and development
- Track 17-2Genetic engineering
- Track 17-3Genomics and proteomics
- Track 17-4Molecular biology
- Track 17-5Cell biology
- Track 17-6Neuro rehabilitation techniques
Medical tourism is where people travel from one country to another for the medical treatment .The factors that mainly contribute to the medical tourism are high costs, prolonged wait for the surgeries, ease and comfort ability and also to meet the technology and standards of many countries. The various surgeries and transplantations such as cosmetic surgery, organ transplantation, infertility treatment, etc. has become a prominent one among most of the developed countries. Medical tourism also contributes greatly to the government revenues and offers employment opportunities to the native individuals.
- Track 18-1Cosmetic surgery
- Track 18-2Infertility treatment
- Track 18-3Organ transplantation
- Track 18-4Hair transplantation
- Track 18-5Orthopedics
- Track 18-6Dental tourism
Even though there are various edges and opportunities which comes under the medical Tourism, potential medical tourists who are looking forward to exploit these benefits would be considered as a strong challenge. Authorization and varied quality measures which has a refusal worldwide will end up to be risky and even dangerous for medical tourists to ponder, creating medical commercial enterprise which results in a difficult methodology. There are several healthcare policies which monitors the overall tourism and also medical tourism has various legal and ethical issues such as cross border services, hospital management and also poses a major challenge to the healthcare suppliers.
- Track 19-1Hospitals and health management
- Track 19-2Health accreditation
- Track 19-3Healthcare policies
- Track 19-4Legal issues
- Track 19-5Cross border services
- Track 19-6Ethical issues
- Track 19-7Healthcare information technology and wireless health
An increasing range of studies reveal that tourism industry makes a considerable contribution towards socioeconomic growth and development of tourism led economies. However, tourism steered economic growth and development is achieved at the price of environmental pollution and degradation.For infrastructural growth, the natural greenery or forest cover of an area is compromised in order to accommodate additional buildings, hospital facilities, roads, treatment or diagnostic centers etc. To supplement the above, there's a nonstop discharge of polluted air, solid -toxic medical waste, litters of sewage consisting of oil and chemicals. Health tourism conjointly creates a scarcity of native resources like power, food stock, fuel and alternative unredeemable natural resources, that may already be in short supply within the host country.