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Public Health-2023

Welcome Note

Dear Speakers, Delegates, Exhibitors & Sponsors,

It's my great pleasure to greet you on behalf of the Public Health 2023’s Organizing Committee, to invite you to attend the “6th European Conference on Public Health, Well-being and Healthcare Management” to be hosted on August 11-12, 2023 in Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Public Health 2023 conference is an International conference of 2 days, providing the most up-to-date information, research, guidance and policy discussion for professionals in the Health care and Medical field. It is your opportunity to learn and network with friends and colleagues from around the globe while having fun at the same time.

It'll feature largely reputed internationally famed speakers who'll partake, bandy, debate, and anatomize significant new developments and scientific advancements that will impact the future of Public Health related fields.

We very much look forward seeing you in Amsterdam, Netherlands on August 11-12, 2023. We hope you'll join us to make the "6th European Conference on Public Health, Well-being and Healthcare Management” a memorable event! In case you have a question about the conference, contact Ms. Rita Harris, the Scientific Coordinator of this conference.

Thanks & Regards,
Organizing Committee

About Conference


Public Health 2023 convention will awareness at the modern and thrilling improvements in all regions of Epidemiology and Public fitness which gives a completely unique possibility for investigators throughout the globe to meet, network, and understand new clinical improvements. This year’s annual congress highlights the theme, “Exploring the rising transitions in Epidemiology and Public Health” which displays the progressive development in Epidemiology and Public fitness.

The  days convention consists of workshops, symposiums, unique keynote classes performed via way of means of eminent and famend audio system who excel with inside the area of Epidemiology and Public fitness which include: Nutrition and Health, Diabetes & its Complications, Obesity and Health Risks, Metabolism and Metabolic Disorders, Child and adolescent fitness, Chronic and Infectious Diseases, Oral & Dental Health, Mental Health and Mental Disorders, Healthcare & Hospital Management, Reproductive Medicine & Women’s Health, Cardiac Disorders & its complications, Primary and Occupational Health, Nursing and Health care, Cancer Epidemiology, Health Care Technologies.

With the amalgamation of peerless speakers of Public health 2022 Conference Series LLC Ltd is privileged to announce its “6th European Public Health 2023 Conference” which can be held during August 11-12, 2023 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. We cordially welcome all the eminent researchers, students and delegates to require part during this upcoming Public health congress to witness invaluable scientific discussions and contribute to the longer term innovations within the field of Epidemiology and Public health.

Venue & VISA Details

Conference address: Radisson Blu Hotel Amsterdam Airport, Schiphol

Address: Boeing Avenue 2 Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, 1119 PB Schiphol-Rijk, Netherlands

VISA Application

Public Health 2023 organizing committee hereby reiterates that we are NOT authorized to assist with any Visa application works. You may be required to submit a Letter of Invitation, Letter of Abstract Acceptance and Registration Payment Receipt to the embassy.

Letter of Invitation: A Letter of Invitation is proof that your paper submission and registration application are accepted by the conference committee board. It will be stated in English and may help with your visa application.

Token Amount: Token amount of USD 200 can be paid and a payment receipt can be proof of payment and may help with your VISA application.

**SHOULD YOUR APPLICATION BE DENIED, THE PUBLIC HEALTH 2023 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE CAN NOT CHANGE THE DECISION OF THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, NOR WILL WE ENGAGE IN DISCUSSION OR CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE MOFA OR THE EMBASSY ON BEHALF OF THE APPLICANT. THE REGISTRATION FEE WILL BE REFUNDED WHEN THE VISA APPLICATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL IS DENIED AND SHOULD SUBMIT VISA REJECTION PROOF**

Who To Attend?

Attend Public Health 2023 and utilize the scope of extending their skills, and their work on basic and significant applications. The Public Health 2023 conference is going to be useful to participants from both the Industry and Academia working altogether the domains of Health care sectors, all other audience includes:

Researchers

Scientists

Health care experts

Epidemiologists

Nutritionists

Physicians

Nurse practitioners

Health care analysts

Doctors

Business delegates

Young Researchers

Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives

Professionals in media sector

Professors

Students

Why to attend?

The Public Health 2023 conference brings together experts, leading researchers, students, scientists, and professors from the health care, epidemiology, nutrition, medical, nurse practitioner, and other related fields to engage and change perspectives on the state-of-the-art technology related to public health and epidemiology.

The conference will also provide a thorough understanding of the problems resulting from epidemiology and public health, as well as their future problems and solutions. A chance to interact with world-renowned scientists, researchers, business leaders, and professionals is provided by Public Health 2023. The little move made by the Euro Public Health Conference in 2023 will help advance the field of healthcare significantly.

Tracks & Sessions

Track 01: Epidemiology and Public Health

The goal of public health is to safeguard the health of entire populations. Epidemiology is the study and thorough examination of the causes, consequences, and patterns of diseases. It is the primary area of public health and alerts people to illness risk factors and potential treatment targets. The main goal of epidemiology is to develop a new understanding of how genetic and environmental factors interact to affect human health, laying the groundwork for communicating this information to the rest of the world. It is used to expand the definition of common ailments and health issues including obesity and high blood pressure.

Track 02: Healthcare management

Control or supervision of healthcare systems, hospitals, comprehensive scientific networks, or other scientific facilities is referred to as healthcare control, sometimes known as healthcare management. Healthcare management is the profession that establishes management and rules for companies that provide private fitness services, as well as for divisions, departments, units, or offerings inside those companies. These professionals have a variety of duties, including ensuring that individual departments operate efficiently, hiring qualified staff, effectively communicating data throughout the firm, achieving certain results, and making efficient use of resources.

Track 03: Health and Nutrition

Due to the science's focus on food and how it is either directly or indirectly related to health, nutrition is frequently categorised. Public Health a major preference for people all across the world may be nutrition. Food, care, fitness, and environmental factors all affect nutrition and wellness. An individual may have malnutrition if they are not consuming enough of the nutrients their bodies need through their food. Due to poor diet intake and nutritional inadequacies, which are the main causes of food-borne illnesses and fatalities, food safety and community nutrition are of utmost importance.

Track 04: Obesity and Health Risks

Obesity may increase the chance of developing insulin resistance. Pancreatic beta cells increase insulin output to overcome insulin resistance. Pre-diabetes, which will lead to diabetes, is thought to be caused by beta-cell failure. High triglycerides and low HDL (HDL) cholesterol, Type 2 diabetes, high vital signs, gallbladder illness, heart condition, heart attack, and gynaecological issues like infertility and irregular periods are just a few of the major health disorders that obesity raises the risk of developing.

Track 05: Metabolism and Metabolic Disorders

One area of medicine that deals with the system, metabolism, and diseases as well as its unique hormone-related secretions, growth stimulation, Somatotropin deficiency and growth disorders, Follicular and Medullary thyroid cancer, Thyroid growths, under activity/over activity, Hyperlipidaemia, Osteoporosis, Lipid Control in Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome, Polycystic ovary syndrome, and Lipid Control in Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome are all potential outcomes.

Track 06: Child and adolescent health

Adolescent programmes can improve academic performance and decrease the prevalence of health risks among youngsters, according to research. Adolescents and young adults are particularly sensitive to natural, logical, or all-encompassing affects due to their developmental shift. A focus on children's positive development encourages them to adopt good behaviours and contributes to the growth of a healthy and fruitful life.

Track 07:  Chronic and Infectious Diseases

The primary cause of mortality is chronic illness. Cystic fibrosis, epilepsy, cancer, arthritis, asthenia, COPD, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and other viral illnesses like hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS are among the most common ones. Examples include Addison's disease, Graves' disease, disorder, DM type 1, Sarcoidosis, Systemic lupus erythematous (SLE), Sjorgen's syndrome, Churg-Strauss Syndrome, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Osteoporosis, Polymyositis (PM), and Dermatomyositis (DM). Even steroid therapy will be used to treat them. Additionally, it will cover genetic disorders, sexually transmitted diseases, autoimmune disorders, congenital diseases, microbiological infections, and both communicable and non-communicable diseases.

Track 08: Oral and Dental Health

Dentistry may be a subspecialty of medicine that deals with the examination, diagnosis, avoidance, and treatment of diseases, conditions, and conditions affecting oral and dental health. It includes dental instruments and treatment methods, dentistry, oral illnesses, periodontal services, and future dental trends. It also includes oral Implantology, current procedures in oral health, dental sleep medicine, and nursing, dental implants, and Pediatrics dentistry.

Track 09: Mental Health and Mental Disorders

A condition of psychological well-being or the absence of a mental disorder might be considered mental health. It is the mental condition of a person who is adjusting emotionally and behaviourally at a conventional level. Stress, relationship issues, sorrow, addiction, sadness, anxiety, ADHD or learning impairments, mood disorders, schizophrenia, hallucinations, eating disorders, or other psychological issues may accompany behavioural health issues for a person. Treatments like therapy, counselling, or medication can assist manage behavioural health issues, according to counsellors, therapists, life coaches, psychologists, nurse practitioners, or doctors.

Track 10: Healthcare and Hospital Management

Healthcare administration includes management of hospitals, public health organisations, and health care systems. The administration of a clinic's or the attention sector's business options is referred to as attention management. Hospital administration can be enjoyable in settings where many different therapies are offered, including medical, pharmaceutical, surgical, and many, many more. The hospital manager is crucial to effective hospital administration because they supervise doctors, nurses, other healthcare workers, and staff to ensure that they have all they require to work quickly.

Track 11: Reproductive Medicine and Women’s Health

It principally includes: Gynecological Health and Disorders, Physiological Condition Issues and Management, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), Climacteric & Pathology, Foetal and Maternal Drugs, Physiological State & Connected Disorders, Surgical Medicine, Adenomyosis, Birth Prevention, Maternal and Child Health, Medicine & Medical Specialization, Carcinoma, Gynecological Cancers, Fruitful Health, Fertility.

Track 12:  Cardiac Disorders and its Complications

The term "cardiovascular disease" (CVD) refers to a group of illnesses involving the heart or blood arteries. Angina and myocardial infarction are examples of arterial coronaries disorders that fall under the category of disorder. Other CVDs include stroke, coronary failure, rheumatic heart condition, cardiomyopathy, adult congenital heart condition, heart valve surgery, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), carditis, peripheral artery disease, phlebothrombosis, arterial coronaries bypass grafting, atherosclerosis, heart transplantation, endocarditis, and clot-busting medications.

Track 13:  Primary and Occupational Health

The main division of the healthcare system is primary care, which includes diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and screening. Primary healthcare is tailored to the needs of persons who face obstacles in receiving care. Primary Healthcare addresses physical, dental, immunological, immunisation, behavioural and mental health issues before they worsen. The initial point of contact that people, families, and communities have with the healthcare system is through primary healthcare. Occupational health is a specialty area of medicine that focuses on the physical and emotional health of workers while they are at work.

Track 14: Nursing and Health care

The area of nursing that corresponds with the public health specialty is public health nursing. The community of nurses at a UN agency that focuses on group action clusters and has experience with clinical techniques and health treatment are known as public health nurses. The streams that keep an eye on the patient's safety and health are quality care and attentiveness.

Track 15: Cancer Epidemiology

The study of the primary causes of cancer is known as the epidemiology of cancer. Utilizing epidemiological techniques, the study of cancer epidemiology seeks to identify the cause of cancer and create better treatments. 14% of deaths are caused by cancer. The most prevalent causes of mortality are cancer (1.5 million), colorectal cancer (810,000), liver cancer (900,000), and carcinoma (560,000).

Track 16:  Health Care Technologies and Tele-Medicine

Telemedicine is the use of information technology and media transmission to project clinical social welfare in healthcare. It is customary to improve access to medical services that are typically not consistently available in remote rural areas. Early forms of telemedicine that used the telephone and radio are now supplemented by video telephony, advanced diagnostic procedures supported by distributed client/server applications, and telemedical devices to help with in-home care. Additionally, it involves the use of telemedicine for disaster relief, providing high-quality care for prison facilities, reducing student absences, and medication management through Telepsychiatry programmes.

Track 17: Environment, Climate and Urban health

The definition of environmental health differs from organisation to organisation, but the fundamental concept is always the same. It lists all exterior physical, chemical, and biological elements affecting an individual as well as all associated factors that have an impact on behaviour. Its main goals are the eradication of sickness and the creation of circumstances that encourage good health. Sustainability in environmental health comprises community investments that will raise the level of environmental health as well as sustainable health interventions including water sanitation, hygiene programmes, and health education.

Track 18: Public Health Policy and Administration

The goals of health social science are to gather and disseminate knowledge that can help to enhance the standard of health safety across borders, as well as to analyse the burden and aetiology of infectious diseases and non-communicable diseases among populations. Health social science policies address significant issues with global health and promote communication and teamwork among people.

Track 19:  Health systems and Economics

The behaviour, worth, efficacy, and efficiency of the production and use of health care as well as health-harming behaviours like drinking, smoking, and other similar activities are all covered by health economics. The plans of actions and decisions that are made to achieve particular health care objectives within a society are included in health care policies. It primarily entails national health policy, individual health care policy, nursing healthcare policy, pharmaceutical policy, and public health policy, including vaccination policy, tobacco control policy, and policy promoting breastfeeding.

Track 20: Veterinary Public Health

A subset of public health called "veterinary public health" focuses on using veterinary theories to protect and enhance the social, psychological, and physical well-being of animals. By limiting exposure to dangerous wastes derived from animals, animal products, and their environment, it has an effect on human health. Zoonosis, vector-borne illnesses, other communicable diseases, poisons and medications used for animals, and wounds from contact with animals are a few examples of these dangers.

Track 21: Healthcare and Alternative Medicine

A basic healthcare system called "Traditional Medicine" may include acupuncture, herbal remedies, therapeutic massage, Chinese medicine, traditional medicine, acupuncture, exercise and breathing therapy, nutrition and lifestyle recommendations, and more. It also provides information supporting theories, beliefs, and experiences from other traditions and civilizations, such as Traditional Iranian Medicine, Traditional Pharmaceuticals, Personalized Medicine, and Biological Products.

Market Analysis

Health care coverage could be a type of insurance that covers the policyholders' medical expenses if they have a medical emergency. It provides quick repayment for a coffee premium to those suffering from sickness. The market is being driven by the public's increasing awareness of contemporary healthcare services.

Furthermore, Europe has a highly regulated healthcare system with a large number of well-established public and private insurance providers that compete with one another. Additionally, the ECU government offers financial aid to those who cannot afford insurance. In 2022, the European insurance market was valued at USD 272.78 billion, and from 2022 to 2026, it is anticipated to rise at a CAGR of 6.07%.

Comparing costs and effects of health care is the main emphasis of health economic science and outcomes analysis (HEOR). In order to decide on costs and prices, health economic science uses mathematical models to combine knowledge from biostatistics and medical specialties. The term "outcomes analysis" refers to research of the advantages and effects of medical procedures. This study links freelance factors including location, salary, and style to health care outcomes (quality of care, quality of life).

The European insurance market is expected to develop significantly as a result of people's bad lifestyle choices, an increase in the number of people with chronic conditions, an increase in traffic accidents, and an increase in medical expenses like high prescription costs, among other factors. The European insurance market has been growing as a result of rising GDP in numerous nations.                                          PUBLIC HEALTH-2023

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