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3rd World Congress on Public Health, Nutrition & Epidemiology, will be organized around the theme “Strengthening Health Systems and Promoting Awareness”

Public Health Congress 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Public Health Congress 2017

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The procedures of globalization are making new threats to health care and its determinants. Medical problems that rise above national limits incorporate natural corruption and environmental change, disparity and way of life style changes, access to medicines and public health knowledge also additionally new and re-emerging diseases. We encourage participants from technological, community, clinical groups and individual perspectives. We inspire authors to arrange their papers with in global congress significant to their theme; to scrutinize business as usual and innovate new possibilities for public health globally. We plan to reflect and shape the thinking and enhance the health related decisions of scientists, experts, governments, and common society, corporates and United Nations agencies. The objective is to investigate enriching the human services through an interdisciplinary approach. It reflects our belief that in order to facilitate affordable & accessible healthcare delivery, one have to stay with developments in other disciplines in this very well developed & knowledgeable world. 

  • Track 4-1public health and wellbeing
  • Track 4-2Health promotion
  • Track 4-3prevention and public health
  • Track 4-4palliative aspects of public health
  • Track 4-5Clinical Epidemiology

Epidemiology is a necessary aspect of public health practice. The area aims to offer the prevention of disorders and to promote the health of people. The fundamental regions of professional epidemiology encompass epidemiologic evaluation of public health records, health affairs of state and trend analyses, public health surveillance and health software impact evaluation. Public health is an aggregate of many distinctive sciences and talents. The intention of the field is to ensure more health results for communities internationally, however the focus is strongly on preventative measures, in place of healing.

  • Track 5-1Principles of Epidemiology
  • Track 5-2Epidemiologic Methods
  • Track 5-3Community health
  • Track 5-4Health policy and management
  • Track 5-5Health promotion and communication
  • Track 6-1Selective PHC
  • Track 6-2PHC and population aging
  • Track 6-3PHC and mental health
  • Track 6-4growth monitoring, oral rehydration, breastfeeding, and immunization

Mental disorders are health conditions that are characterized by changes in state of mind, mood and behavior that are related with pain or potentially disabled working. Mental illness is the term that refers by largely to all diagnosable mental disorders. Mental disorders add to a large group of issues that may incorporate disability, death. Mental disorders are among the most well-known reasons for disability. The subsequent diseases burden of mental illness is among the highest of all diseases. In any given year, an expected 18.1% (43.6 million) of U.S. adults ages 18 years or more suffered from mental illness and 4.2% (9.8 million) of European suffered from a seriously debilitating mental illness. Neuropsychiatric disorders are the main source of disability in the Asian countries, representing 18.7% of all years of life lost to inability and pre mature mortality. Besides, suicide is the tenth driving reason for death in the worldwide, representing the deaths of around 43,000 in 2014. 

  • Track 7-1Anxiety
  • Track 7-2Bipolar disorder
  • Track 7-3Obsessive-compulsive disorder 
  • Track 7-4Schizophrenia
  • Track 7-5Sexual and gender disorders
  • Track 7-6Personality disorders

Since 1990, maternal death worldwide have dropped by 45 percent, however consistently around 800 women die from preventable makes related pregnancy and labor. All of these deaths happen in low-pay settings subsequently of condition that includes hypertension, infection, high blood pressure, and complications during delivery. Maternal health is closely connected to infant survival. While great steps have been made in reducing global child mortality, newborns and now represent 44 percent of all child deaths. Every year, 2.9 million babies needlessly die within their first month and an extra 2.6 million are stillborn. The main cause, which are preventable and treatable, are confusions because of rashness, intricacies amid conveyance, and contamination. National organizations recognize the need to accelerate the development, delivery and impact at scale of new approaches to deal with need worldwide medical issues. These advancements will help in earlier diagnosis of pre-eclampsia and eclampsia, in distinguishing of abnormalities during labor, and in prevention of postpartum hemorrhage for women without access to skilled providers

  • Track 8-1Morbidity and Mortality
  • Track 8-2Pregnancy Health and Behaviors
  • Track 8-3Preconception Health and Behaviors
  • Track 8-4Postpartum Health and Behavior
  • Track 8-5Infant Care
  • Track 8-6Disability and Other Impairments
  • Track 8-7Health Services
  • Track 8-8Preterm Birth
  • Track 8-9Depression Among Women

Health care-associated infection (HCAI), likewise referred to as "nosocomial" or "clinic" disease, that patients develop during the course of receiving healthcare treatment. They can occur during treatment in hospitals and other healthcare facilities including outpatient surgeries, dialysis centers, long-term care facilities such as nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and community clinics. They can also cause during the course of treatment at home. HAI can be caused by wide variety of normal and unordinary microscopic organisms, growths, and infections. HCAI can affect the patients in a setting where they receive care and can likewise show up after discharge from clinic. Moreover, they incorporate word related contaminations among staff. HCAI frequent adverse event during health care delivery and no institution or country can claim to have solved the issues yet. In view of information from various nations, it can be evaluated that every year, a huge number of patients around the globe are influenced by HCAI. The burden of HCAI is a few folds higher in low and middle income countries than in high income ones. Most countries need observation frameworks for social insurance related diseases. Those that do have frameworks regularly battle with the many-sided quality and absence of institutionalized criteria for diagnosing the contaminations.

  • Track 9-1urinary tract infections
  • Track 9-2bloodstream infections
  • Track 9-3surgical site infections
  • Track 9-4surgical site infections
  • Track 9-5Pneumonia
  • Track 9-6Gastroenteritis
  • Track 9-7others
  • Track 10-1molecular epidemiology 
  • Track 10-2Disease Epidemiology
  • Track 10-3Nutritional Epidemiology
  • Track 10-4Environmental Epidemiology
  • Track 10-5Occupational Epidemiology

Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) are also referred to as sexually transmitted infections (STI) and venereal diseases (VD) and these are the infections that are passed from person to person through sexual contact. According to the CDC, nearly 19 million men and women are infected each year in the United States. Most of the Sexually transmitted diseases do not cause symptoms initially. Penile discharges, pelvic pain, ulcers on or around the genitals, vaginal discharge are some of the signs and symptoms of the disease. Depending on the type of disease, these STDs can be spread through any type of sexual activity.

  • Track 11-1HIV transmission
  • Track 11-2Control of STDs 
  • Track 11-3STD prevention Programs
  • Track 11-4STD diagnosis and treatment
  • Track 11-5Cancer
  • Track 11-6HIV/AIDS
  • Track 11-7syphilis & gonorrhea
  • Track 11-8chlamydia, hepatitis B and hepatitis A

As described by the World Health Organization (WHO), occupational health offers with all factors of health and safety in the work place and has a main focus on primary prevention of hazards. A wide range of workplace hazards create risks to safety and health of people at work. In the United States, the United States Department of Labor contains all the information about non-fatal and fatalities at work place. "World Day for Safety and Health" was celebrated on April 28 to create awareness of safety in the work place. The scope of occupational safety and health has evolved gradually and continuously in response to social, political, technological and economic changes.

  • Track 12-1Workplace hazards
  • Track 12-2Health and safety rules
  • Track 12-3Occupational health issues

Adolescents ages 10 to 19 and young adults from 20 to 24 make up 39 percent of the number of population in all over the world. Research has demonstrated that adolescents programs can decrease the predominance of health risk among young people and positively effect on academic performance. Schools additionally assume a basic part in advancing the health care and security of young people and helping them build up lifelong healthy behaviors. The behavioral examples built up amid these developmental periods help decide youngsters current health status and their risk of chronic diseases and infections in adulthood. Since they are in developmental transition, adolescents and young adults grown-ups are especially sensitive to natural that is, logical or encompassing impacts. Natural variables, including family, peer gathering, school, neighborhood, approaches, and societal signs, can either support or challenge young adult’s wellbeing or prosperity. Addressing to the constructive advancement of young people encourages their adoption of healthy behaviors and helps to develop a healthy and productive life. The Adolescent Health Initiative endeavors to transform the health care and to optimize adolescent and young adult health. 

  • Track 13-1Diseases in adulthood
  • Track 13-2Health and social challenges
  • Track 13-3Adolescent medicine
  • Track 13-4Drug and Alcohol services
  • Track 13-5Youth health nursing
  • Track 13-6Nutrition and physical activity
  • Track 13-7Chronic illness
  • Track 13-8Physical and Sexual Assault

The major role of Educational and community-based programs are Improvement of Health, Prevention of diseases and injuries, Enhancement of quality of life and prevention of disability and premature death. Educational and community-based programs and strategies performed an essential function in accomplishing Healthy People 2010 goals. Over the following several years, they will maintain to make contributions to the improvement of health effects within the United States. 

  • Track 14-1Preventing disease and injury
  • Track 14-2Improving health
  • Track 14-3Enhancing quality of life
  • Track 15-1Environmental health services
  • Track 15-2Climate and Health Hazards
  • Track 15-3Health studies
  • Track 15-4Radiation studies
  • Track 15-5Climate and Public health
  • Track 15-6Chemicals and Pollutants
  • Track 15-7Human exposure to environmental chemicals
  • Track 15-8Others
  • Track 16-1Public health programs
  • Track 16-2Education and Training
  • Track 16-3Public safety agencies
  • Track 16-4Public health assessment
  • Track 16-5Community medicine
  • Track 16-6Others
  • Track 17-1International health inequalities
  • Track 17-2Health literacy
  • Track 17-3Primary health care
  • Track 17-4Public health policies
  • Track 17-5Management of health services
  • Track 17-6Access to healthcare services
  • Track 18-1Diagnostic improvements
  • Track 18-2Treatment enhancements
  • Track 18-3Clinical Studies
  • Track 18-4clinical medicine
  • Track 19-1cardiovascular diseases epidemiology
  • Track 20-1Epidemiology and Ecology
  • Track 20-2prevention through identifying the consequences of workplace
  • Track 20-3eliminate hazards in the population
  • Track 21-1HIV
  • Track 21-2bacterial and fungal infections
  • Track 21-3 neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), and
  • Track 21-4sexually transmitted infections
  • Track 21-5mosquito-borne viral infections
  • Track 21-6influenza
  • Track 21-7influenza
  • Track 21-8Polio
  • Track 21-9Tuberculosis
  • Track 21-10Malaria
  • Track 21-11control and prevention of infectious diseases
  • Track 23-1Etiology, distribution, and control of disease
  • Track 24-1Application of epidemiologic methods. 
  • Track 24-2Exposures to food/nutrient intakes
  • Track 24-3Biological basis for nutrition/disease relationships
  • Track 24-4nutritional intake

A balanced diet is vital for good health and food provides energy, protein, essential fats, vitamins and minerals for a body to live, grow and function properly. Diet and nutrition play an important role in major causes of death, illness and disability like coronary heart disease, stroke, hypertension, atherosclerosis, obesity, cancer, Type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, dental caries, and gall bladder disease.