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.
Healthcare is the process of improving the health of an individual by prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of illness, injury and also physical and mental disabilities. Health care is delivered by health practitioners in allied health fields. Nursing, Dentistry, midwifery, medicine, optometry, audiology, pharmacy, psychology, occupational therapy, physical therapy and other health professions are all part of health care.
Primary Care refers to the work of health professionals who act as a first point of consultation within the health care system for all patients. Usually such a professional would be a primary care doctor, such as a general practitioner or family doctor.
- Track 1-1Primary Care Epidemiology
- Track 1-2Primary Home Care
- Track 1-3Primary Care Medicine
- Track 1-4Primary Care Services
- Track 1-5Public Health Management
- Track 1-6Pharmacogenomics
- Track 1-7Pancreatic Islet Transplantation
Public health refers to the science of protecting the safety and improvement of health communities through education, policy making, disease and injury prevention research. Activities to strengthen the capacity and service of public health are aimed at providing conditions under which people can remain healthy, improve their health and well-being, or prevent their health from deteriorating. Healthcare Management is the oversight of healthcare systems, public health systems, hospitals, entire hospital networks or other medical facilities. Duties of these professionals include ensuring that individual departments run smoothly, qualified employees are hired, information is disseminated efficiently throughout the organization, specific outcomes are reached, and resources are used efficiently, among many other responsibilities.
- Track 2-1Medical Records and Statistics
- Track 2-2Epidemiology
- Track 2-3Health Aid
- Track 2-4Environmental health
- Track 2-5Hospital Safety and Disaster
- Track 2-6Healthcare Finance
- Track 2-7 Strategic Management Healthcare
Pharmaceutics is the pharmacy discipline that deals with the process of transforming a new chemical entity (NCE) or ancient drugs into a drug that patients can use safely and effectively. It's also called the Dosage Form Design science. In healthcare, pharmaceutical products play a major role. Medicines are one of the most effective ways to prevent, alleviate and cure disease, along with well-trained and motivated health professionals. Many primary health care interventions known to reduce death and disease burden (especially infant and maternal) are not expensive.
- Track 3-1Nano Pharmaceuticals
- Track 3-2Drug Targeting and Development
- Track 3-3Future of the Pharmaceutical Industry
Nursing is a healthcare profession that focuses on the care for people of all ages which includes promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill, and disabled people of all ages, in all healthcare and other communities. Usually a nurse is the first person to interact with a patient. It is the responsibility of nurses to assess the needs of patients and diagnose diseases. Nurses are therefore an integral part of the comprehensive care and health promotion standards.
- Track 4-1Types of Nursing
- Track 4-2Critical Care & Emergency Nursing
- Track 4-3Nursing Primary Care
- Track 4-4Occupational Health Nursing
- Track 4-5Midwifery & Women health Nursing
- Track 4-6Travel Nurse
A pediatrician is a child's physician who not only provides acute or chronically ill children with medical care, but also provides healthy children with preventive health services. At every stage of development, in both sickness and health, a pediatrician manages the physical, mental and emotional well-being of the children under their care. Neonatology is a pediatric subspecialty consisting of newborn infants ' medical care, particularly the ill or premature newborn. It is a specialty based in hospitals and is usually practiced in intensive neonatal care units (NICUs).
- Track 5-1Nutritional requirements in infants & children
- Track 5-2Clinical Pediatrics
- Track 5-3Neonatal Infections
- Track 5-4Neonatal Nourishment
- Track 5-5Low birth weight- Prevention, Control and Treatment
Cardiology is a medical specialty concerned with study and treatment of disorders of the heart and the blood vessels. Cardiology sub-specialties include cardiac electrophysiology, echocardiography, cardiology intervention and nuclear cardiology. A cardiologist specializes in cardiovascular system disease diagnosis and treatment. The cardiologist will perform tests, and some may perform procedures such as heart catheterization, angioplasty, or pacemaker insertion. Heart disease is specific to the heart, while cardiovascular disease affects the heart, the vessels of the blood, or both.
- Track 6-1Cardiovascular Nursing
- Track 6-2Cardiac Clinical Practice
- Track 6-3Cardio-Vascular Diseases
- Track 6-4Cardiology - The Future Medicine
- Track 6-5Clinical Trials and advancements in field
Diabetes is a condition that impairs the body's ability to process blood glucose, also known as bloodsugar. Your main source of energy is blood glucose, and it comes from the food you eat. Insulin, a pancreas-made hormone, helps food glucose get into your cells for energy use. Your body sometimes does not make enough insulin or any insulin or use insulin well. Individual aged 45 or older are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. Heart or stroke disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, nerve pain, kidney-related disease, eye problem (glaucoma), dermal problems are some of the major potential complications that are more likely to develop in diabetic patients.
- Track 7-1Genetic Diabetes
- Track 7-2Types 1 v/s type 2 diabetes
- Track 7-3Insulin, Medicines and Other diabetes treatments
- Track 7-4Recent Advancement in Diabetes
A clear distinguish is often made between 'mind' and 'body'. But the two should not be thought of as separate, when considering both mental health and physical health. Poor physical health may result in increased risk of mental health problems. Similarly, poor mental health may adversely affect physical health, resulting in increased risk of certain conditions. Physical activity in any form is a great way to keep you and your mental well-being physically healthy. Our emotional, psychological and social well-being includes mental health. At every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence to adulthood, mental health is important.
- Track 8-1Biological factors, such as genes or brain chemistry
- Track 8-2Life experiences, such as trauma or abuse
- Track 8-3Psychosomatic Disorders
- Track 8-4Stress, Anxiety and Depression
- Track 8-5Mental Health Awareness
- Track 8-6Psychopharmacology Role: Mental Health
- Track 8-7Assessment and evaluation of mental health effects
Nutrition is fundamental for optimal health and growth. Food plays a major role in both health and disease. It is important to promote healthy nutrition in all age groups with the current increase in lifestyle disorders around the world. It's not just for an individual but for the entire population to improve eating habits. Particularly under nutrition is harmful in early age group i-e childhood and over nutrition in adulthood but after years both forms are likely to affect all age groups in future. For example, diseases like anemia due to insufficient iron intake, obesity due to excess energy intake, thyroid due to deficiency in iodine intake and impaired vision because of vitamin A intake etc.
- Track 9-1Importance of good nutrition
- Track 9-2Types of nutrients
- Track 9-3Balanced Diet
- Track 9-4Maternal and Child health
- Track 9-5Nutritional disorders
- Track 9-6Current scenario
Dentistry, the profession concerned with oral disease prevention and treatment, including teeth diseases and supporting mouth soft tissue structures and diseases. Dentistry also encompasses the treatment and correction of malformation of the jaws, teeth misalignment, and birth anomalies of the oral cavity such as cleft palate. Besides general practice, dentistry includes many specialties and subspecialties, including orthodontics and orthopedics, pediatric dentistry and maxillofacial radiology etc.
- Track 10-1Dental Hygiene
- Track 10-2Dental Materials
- Track 10-3Oral Pathology
- Track 10-4Endodontics and Periodontics
- Track 10-5Oral Medicine
Dermatology concerns the study, research and diagnosis of normal skin and disorders of the skin. Cancers, cosmetic and aging conditions of the skin, hair, nails, fat, oral and genital membranes are all aspects of dermatology. An expert in dermatology are called dermatologist who diagnose, investigate, treat and manage the conditions of children and adults with skin disease, as well as hair and nail complaints. A dermatologist may be involved in both medical or surgical treatments. These include hair removal or transplantation, intralesional treatment, tumescent liposuction, laser therapy, cosmetic filler injections, photodynamic therapy, phototherapy, tattoo removal, radiation therapy and vitiligo surgery.
- Track 11-1Genetic skin diseases
- Track 11-2Plastic and reconstructive surgery
- Track 11-3Skin rejuvenation and resurfacing recovery
- Track 11-4Pycnogenol Role in Aging
- Track 11-5Emerging Research in Trichology
- Track 11-6Herbal and Ayurvedic approaches
Oncology is the branch of medicine that deals with the study and treatment of cancer. An oncologist is a doctor who works in the field of oncology. First, oncologists need to diagnose a cancer that is usually done through biopsy, endoscopy, X-ray, CT scanning, MRI, PET scanning, ultrasound or other radiological methods. Oncology is often associated with hematology, which deals with blood and blood-related disorders.
- Track 12-1Cancer Cell Biology & Genetics
- Track 12-2Cancer & Stem Cell Therapy
- Track 12-3Cancer Biomarkers
- Track 12-4Cancer Nanotechnology
- Track 12-5Cancer: Psychological & Social Aspects
- Track 12-6Cancer Awareness and Survival
Geriatrics focuses on health promotion and the prevention and treatment of disease and disability in later life. A geriatrist is a physician who is specially trained in preventing and managing the unique and often multiple health concerns of older adults. Older people may react differently than younger adults to disease and disease. Geriatrists can treat older patients, manage multiple symptoms of disease, and develop care plans that address the special needs of older adults in terms of health care.
- Track 13-1Epidemiology of COPD
- Track 13-2Geriatric Otolaryngology
- Track 13-3Geriatric Gastroenterology
- Track 13-4Experimental Gerontology
- Track 13-5Future of Gene Therapy
Women's health refers to health of women, which in many unique ways differs from men's health. Because of unique biological, social and behavioral conditions, the health and disease experiences of women differ from those of men. Obstetrics and gynaecology are concerned with the care of pregnant women, their unborn children, and women-specific disease management. The specialty combines medicine and surgery.
- Track 14-1Maternal health
- Track 14-2Perinatal and Reproductive Health
- Track 14-3Autoimmune Diseases in Women
- Track 14-4Violence against Women
- Track 14-5Gynecological Endocrinology
- Track 14-6Gynecology Disorders
- Track 14-7Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
- Track 14-8Modern Technologies in Pregnancy And Child Birth
Pathogenic microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, parasites or fungi cause infectious diseases, these diseases can spread directly or indirectly from person to person. Zoonotic diseases are animal infectious diseases that can cause disease from transmitted to humans. A chronic disease is a condition that can be monitored for months with treatment. Asthma, diabetes, and depression are common examples. They often have no cure, but with them you can live and manage their symptoms. In the management of chronic diseases, early diagnosis is important and helpful.
- Track 15-1Ebola
- Track 15-2HIV/AIDS
- Track 15-3Canine Influenza A(H3N2) Virus
- Track 15-4Orthopoxvirus
- Track 15-5Prion diseases
- Track 15-6Infection prevention and control guidelines
- Track 15-7Vaccines/preventive vaccine for infectious diseases
- Track 15-8Global eradication of diseases
Alternative medicine in healthcare is a healing practice that is not related to any of the scientific treatment methods. It consists of a wide range of healthcare practices, natural products and therapies, ranging from natural herbs to the modified by products extract. It includes various new traditional medicine practices such as chiropractic, homeopathy, energy medicine, acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine, naturopathy, Ayurvedic medicine. Preventive healthcare medicine is practiced by all physicians to keep their patients healthy. It focuses on the health of people, communities, and defined populations. Its goal is to protect, promote, and maintain health and to prevent disease, disability, and death.
- Track 16-1Alternative Medical Systems
- Track 16-2Mind-Body Interventions
- Track 16-3Biologically Based Therapies
- Track 16-4Manipulative and Body-Based Methods
- Track 16-5Energy Therapies