Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Primary healthcare is an essential health care which is made acceptable and accessible to all the individuals of the community through participation and attempt to maintain at each stage of self determination and reliance. The basic elements of primary health care is to cater proper nutrition, basic sanitation, food and water supply, maternal and child health care, immunisation, prevention, treatment and control diseases. The role of primary healthcare is to provide comprehensive care, refers hospitals, and guide the patients about the welfare.

  • Track 1-1Selective Primary Healthcare
  • Track 1-2Comprehensive Primary Healthcare
  • Track 1-3Integrative Primary Healthcare

Genome sequencing is the identification of the genetic information in DNA in a genome in which sequencing involves determining the order of nucleotide subunits adenine, guanine, cytosine and thymine. A genome sequence will assist to understand how the genes as a whole work together that directs the growth development and maintenance of an organism. DNA sequencing approaches different methods for sequencing higher and smaller genomes.In healthcare whole genome sequencing aids in guiding disease prevention and clinical approaches.

  • Track 2-1Massively Parallel Signature Sequencing
  • Track 2-2Polony Sequencing
  • Track 2-3454 Pyrosequencing
  • Track 2-4Shotgun Sequencing
  • Track 2-5Bridge PCR
  • Track 2-6Solid Sequencing
  • Track 2-7Ion Torrent Semiconductor Sequencing

Radiography is the science of using radiation to visualize the internal organs of a human body using the x-ray techniques to generate and to record the pattern of x-ray to provide the user with a static image. It is specifically used to assess the presence or absence of disease, damage of internal structure. During radiography a x-ray beam is passed through the body and a portion of the rays is scattered by the structures inside while the remaining is transmitted to a detector as a static image.

  • Track 3-1Projectional Radiography
  • Track 3-2Computed Tomography
  • Track 3-3Fluoroscopy
  • Track 3-4Angiography
  • Track 3-5Contrast Radiography

It is the scientific study of the morphology and physiology of the feet. It is podology that detects the pathological changes at the preliminary stages eliminating them by therapeutic methods. The foot disorders like Peripheral neuropathy is the damage of the peripheral nerves causing weakness, pain and numbness. Charcot foot is a progressive and degenerative arthropathy by a neurological deflect. Livedoid vasculopathy characterized by the ulceration of the lower extremities is a vascular disease. Take over-the-counter medications to relieve pain and fever.



  • Track 4-1Neuropathy
  • Track 4-2Livedoid vasculopathy
  • Track 4-3Charcot Foot

Ultrasound is a visual representation technique to view the internal organs by sending pulses of sound waves with higher frequencies than those audible to human into the tissue with a probe. The sound waves within echoes off the tissue and are recorded and displayed as an image. The sound waves is greater than 20,000HZ. Ultrasound is a prominent method of imaging of the evaluation the foetal position, rheumatic disease, testicular pain, basic assessment of the intracerebral structures and commonly for the injection guiding during anaesthesia near the nerves.


  • Track 5-1Anesthesiology
  • Track 5-2Echocardiography
  • Track 5-3Neonatology
  • Track 5-4Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Disease surveillance is scheme in which disease spreading is monitored. It aims to strengthen disease surveillance for infectious disease is to predict the outbreak, observe the causes, taking measures to prevent and minimize the harm caused by epidemic and pandemic situation. The key part of enhanced disease surveillance is the practise of disease case reporting. The strength of current access to surveillance of the healthcare systems has different studies, tasks and other efforts to propose variation to the current problems and bring enhancement.

  • Track 6-1Tuberculosis Surveillance
  • Track 6-2Hepatitis Sentinel Surveillance
  • Track 6-3Surgical Site Infection Surveillance
  • Track 6-4Enhanced Meningococcal Disease Surveillance
  • Track 6-5Real-time Syndromic Surveillance in Primary Care
  • Track 6-6Emergency Department Surveillance
  • Track 6-7Enhanced Surveillance of Vaccine Preventable Disease

Multimorbidity is the co-occurring of two or more chronic medical condition seen in the primary care setting. Multimorbidity is the difficulties experienced by the patients including learning disability, frailty, sight or hearing loss, chronic pain syndromes. Management of people with multimorbidity need a broader approach. Patients condition with drug is complex and they encounter problems with services and polypharmacy. Patients have a high treatment burden in managing conditions over another in which some health issues can be neglected. Understanding the epidemiology is important to enhance intervention to reduce and prevent multimorbidity.


  • Track 7-1Learning Disability
  • Track 7-2Frailty
  • Track 7-3Sight or hearing loss
  • Track 7-4Mental Health Conditions
  • Track 7-5Chronic Pain Syndromes

Family medicine is a primary care that is assigned inclusively for the healthcare of people of all individuals, ages and genders. The specialist is termed as family physicians or family specialist. Family physicians are the primary care physicians who emphasize the health promotion and disease prevention. It is knowledge about the framework of the family and association. It further includes practising family physicians, and general practitioners.

  • Track 8-1Family Physician
  • Track 8-2Family Medicine
  • Track 8-3 General Practitioners

Quality primary care is to provide the patients with high quality of medical resources, preventive and curative care with continued integration of healthcare services. The primary care is provided by the professional general practitioner, nurse practitioner, paediatric nurse practitioner, pharmacist and internists. The quality measures is determined including medical diagnosis and preventive care. The primary care may include internal medicine, eye care, cancer care, chronic illness like hypertension, depression, diabetes and the basic child healthcare services, family planning and vaccinations.

  • Track 9-1Primary Care for Clinical Quality Management
  • Track 9-2Primary Care Internal Medicine
  • Track 9-3Primary Care Cancer
  • Track 9-4Primary Care Optometry
  • Track 9-5Healthcare in Tuberculosis Management

Technology in healthcare has become an integral part and became a disruptive force. Innovations in technology is to aid the workload of a general practitioner. The healthcare services are available for the all the patients in the remote area to the people unable to travel, through telemedicine centres with affordable costs. The introduction of PACS has reduced the patient’s dependency of bearing the medical health records physically. isoft Clinical Manager an electronic medical record that is send for the lab tests. Technology has made transparency in billing system. Online diagnostics where the results can be viewed online, improved access to refer the information through apps, programs to alert the abnormal results and teleradiology

  • Track 10-1isoft Clinical Manager
  • Track 10-2PACS
  • Track 10-3Process Communication Model (PCM)

Nurse practitioner is a registered nurse functioning autonomously and collaboratively in an extended clinical role. The nurse practitioner with the skills and knowledge of nursing may include management and assessment and the role is extended to prescribing medications, diagnostic investigations, perform physical examination and counsel. The work setting are hospitals, schools, clinics and various healthcare roles.



  • Track 11-1Gerontology Primary Care
  • Track 11-2Family Primary Care
  • Track 11-3Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
  • Track 11-4Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Primary care paediatrics distinguish the unique health needs of infants, children and adults and provide finest clinical care. The primary care in paediatrics target the growth and development, preventive care, acute illness like fever, sore throat, cough, wheezing, chronic illness like asthma, diabetes, cancer, cerebral palsy, assisting adults in good habits in diet and exercise and counselling the adolescents. The primary care is prioritized to help the infants to grow as a healthy adult.


  • Track 12-1Pediatrics Rheumatology
  • Track 12-2Neonatology
  • Track 12-3Hepatology
  • Track 12-4Pediatrics Pulmonology

A healthcare system’s essential element is the primary medical care. The primary care provides comprehensive care for the organ specific problems, health concern, continuous care coordinating other health services. The primary care for chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, hypertensive heart disease, cardiovascular disease and asthma are managed by general practitioner and to enable them the healthcare of patients who require more care providers and taking account of the patient’s medical conditions.


  • Track 13-1Primary Care in Hypertensive Heart Disease
  • Track 13-2Primary Care in Cancer
  • Track 13-3Primary Care in Diabetes
  • Track 13-4Primary Care in Chronic Kidney Disease

The study of human mind and its function is psychology. The psychological issues are consulted in a primary healthcare psychology where the application of psychological knowledge and the principles to mental health problems like depression, anxiety, behaviorr, abnormality and common physical problems to the patient who experience throughout the life. Integrating psychology professionals into primary care is an advanced access to mental health services.


  • Track 14-1Psychological Abnormalities
  • Track 14-2Depression and Anxiety
  • Track 14-3Behavioural Psychology
  • Track 14-4Personality and Social Psychology
  • Track 14-5Abnormal Psychology

Primary care in women is to provide comprehensive care, quality obstetrical care, gynaecological care and promoting physical wellbeing. Primary care physicians ensure care for maternal health, HIV, mental health, non- communicable diseases, pelvic disorder, breast cancer, gynaecologic cancer, menopause, autoimmune disease, cervical cancer and obesity. Primary care extends to understand the circumstance and personal healthcare preferences.



  • Track 15-1Malnutrition and Morbidity
  • Track 15-2Breast cancer
  • Track 15-3Reproductive Health
  • Track 15-4HIV/AIDS
  • Track 15-5Obesity
  • Track 15-6Gynecologic Aesthetics

Primary Care Management is a vocation that includes leadership and management of public health systems. Health care systems management defines the leadership and general management of hospitals and Primary Care systems. There are two types of administrators, generalists and specialists. Generalists are responsible for managing entire facilities. Specialists are responsible for department such as finance, accounting, budgeting, and human resources. The District Health System is recognised as the most felicitous conveyance for the distribution of primary health care. Health promotion is a paramount aspect of primary health care and contributes to a population-predicated health approach. To magnetize patients and amend population health management, health systems are expanding primary care networks by integrating non-traditional access points such as onsite clinics, retails clinics, e-visits, and hybrid clinic sites. 

  • Track 16-1Innovative technologies in healthcare
  • Track 16-2Marketing Primary Care
  • Track 16-3Promoting Primary Care
  • Track 16-4Improving Quality in Primary Care
  • Track 16-5Primary Health Reforms

The words care, therapy, treatment, and intervention overlap in a semantic field and thus they can be synonymous depending on context. Moving rightward through that order the connotative level of holism decreases and the level of specificity increases. Thus, in health care contexts, the word care tends to imply a broad idea of everything done to protect or improve someone's health. Levels of care: Emergency handles medical emergencies and is the first point of contact or intake for less serious problems, which can be referred to other levels of care as appropriate, Intensive care, also called critical care.