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Theme
"Recent Trends and Innovations in Empowering Public Health and Advancing Health Equity"
- Public Health Congress 2019

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Scientific Sessions

1.  Public Health and Epidemiology

Public health is concerned with protecting the health of entire populations. Epidemiology is the study and analysis of the cause, effect, and pattern of diseases. It is the key discipline of public health and identifies risk factors for disease and objectives for preventive healthcare. The main part of Epidemiology is to gain a new understanding of the correlation of genetic and environmental factors affecting on human health, providing the scientific basis for translation of this knowledge to global health. It is applied to cover the explanation of epidemic diseases and health-related conditions like obesity and high blood pressure.

·         Environmental health

·         Community health

·         Behavioural health

·         Health economics

·         Public policy

·         Mental health

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 2.  Epidemiology and Aliments regulation

The study of disease transmission may be a key perspective of public health improves. The region points to offer the avoidance of disorders and to advance the health of individuals. The basic position of capable the study of disease transmission includes epidemiologic assessment of open wellbeing records, wellbeing issues of state and drift investigations, open wellbeing exploration and wellbeing computer program affect valuation. Open wellbeing is serene of numerous fields of sciences and gifts. The thoughtful of the field is to guarantee more wellbeing comes about for communities globally, in any case the centre is insistently on preventative measures, input of recuperating. The Middle for Illness Control and Anticipation (CDC) has endeavoured to characterize the circle, clarifying that all wellness structures are exceptionally complex and include a mess of organizations, counting clinics, bosses, clinics, churches, resources, and more noteworthy.


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3. Nutritional Epidemiology

Nutritional Epidemiology is the study of disease transmission which deals with the observing at the part of nourishment in ethology of the condition, watching the nutritious status within the population and to preserve solid designs of great wellbeing among the society. It is a science which evokes the health status of the country by throwing light on the food and nutrition system implemented. It focuses on the issue of dietary needs of Population. Through the medium of nutrition diseases can be prevented, expectancy of life can be prolonged and even health can be promoted by the art of public health nutrition. The aim of the public health nutritionists is to achieve good health and well-being by making healthier food and nutrition-related choices. Public health nutrition works on the total system not only to eradicate the specific disease but also to improve the overall wellbeing of the people of a nation.

 

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4.  Scientific Epidemiology and Ecological Epidemiology

Scientific Epidemiology is the field of clinical science which decides the objective and impacts of clinical choices. It is transporting quality changes within the symptomatic strategies, medicines and more prominent extend of reactions to clinical circumstances. In other words, Scientific Epidemiology is a usage science which concentrates on results of health and health extremes. Environmental epidemiology is the study of the factors that affect the incidence, prevalence and geographic range of mental health. Environmental epidemiology is the field of epidemiology which deals with the discovery of the environmental representation that affectionate to or protect against the injuries, sickness, medical conditions, disabilities, and deaths. Environmental epidemiology is the study of the factors that affect the occurrence, prevalence and geographic range of mental health.

 

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5.   Nutrition and Health

Prolonged starvation results in Marasmus. Marasmus is the most frequent form of Protein Energy Famine in conditions of severe food shortage. The presence of certain substances in cereals and in tea and coffee seriously inhibits iron absorption. Iron supplementation is needed to reduce the prevalence of iron deficiency anaemia. A balanced diet is essential for good health and sustenance gives energy, protein, basic fats, vitamins and minerals for a body to live, develop and work appropriately. Diet and nutrition assume a vital part of insignificant reasons for death, sickness and disabilities like coronary illness, stroke, hypertension, atherosclerosis, weight, tumour, osteoporosis, dental caries and gallbladder disease. It explains the communication of supplements and other nourishing substances in relation to the maintenance of an organism, development, health infections and nutritional disorders.


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6.      Environmental Nutrition and Health

Beneficial nourishment cannot be characterized by healthy quality alone. It is the result of a nourishment framework that preserves and re-establishes normal assets, propels social equity and creature welfare, builds community riches, and fulfils the nourishment and food. The healthcare division can tackle its mastery and obtain control to put a natural nourishment approach into action and to create nourishment a crucial portion of prevention-based health care. The surroundings in which we live in have a tremendous effect on our health no matter how healthy we eat. Environmental health is the branch of public health that is dedicated about all parts of the normal and assembled condition that may influence human health. Health and nutrition is the science, practice, and investigation of a human's prosperity and their health and anticipating ailments and human wounds. Different terms alluding to or concerning natural health are ecological public health and public health protection/natural wellbeing security. Ecological health and natural security are especially related. Ecological health is centred around the normal and manufactured situations for the advantage of human health, though natural and built environments are concerned about ensuring the regular habitat for the advantage of human health and the biological community. Research in the ecological health field tries to constrain the hurtful exposures through regular things, for example, soil, water, air and nourishment.

 

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7.      Communal Nutrition and Health

Nutrition is the supply of materials (food) required by organisms and cells to stay alive. As per science, nutrition is the science or practice of consuming and utilizing foods. It is the application of nutrition principles to improve or maintain optimal community health and targets the community through enhancements in health policies, health systems, health technology and environmental health. A nutrient is a source of nourishment, a component of food, for instance, protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamin, mineral, fibre and water. Community nutrition incorporates individuals and interpersonal-level mediations that make changes in learning, states of mind, conduct and wellbeing results among people, families or Small, focused on gatherings inside a community. Community health is a field of pharmaceutical and clinical science which deals with the consideration of support, assurance, and an advance of health status for the society. It is concerned with study and advance of health conditions and characteristic nature of organic communities. The word community centres on the topographical range where the health characteristics are measured. Lives of individuals are often led in congregations commonly called as communities. These grouped communities are the basis of societies. Strictly speaking, a community is a group of individuals that share a common geographical status and the monitoring, maintenance, protection and improvement.


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8.      Occupational Health and Security

Occupational health is the identification and control of the risks arising from physical, chemical, and other workplace hazards in order to establish and maintain a safe and healthy working environment. It can be done by controlling risks, promoting healthy eating practices, providing humanitarian aid, improving Health Systems and preventing the departures from health. Successful occupational health and safety practice requires the collaboration and participation of both employers and workers in health and safety programmes and involves the consideration of issues relating to occupational medicine, industrial hygiene, toxicology, education, engineering safety, ergonomics, psychology, etc. Occupational health and security (OSH) are additionally known as term related security and health. It is an interdisciplinary field which centres on wellbeing and security and welfare of the population at the workspace. This field is originally an abbreviation of occupational safety and health program. The theme of word-related security and health is to improve security and solid work. It takes care of co-workers, family individuals, clients, and numerous other related gathers of individuals who specifically or by implication gets affected by the workspace environment of the health status of the population belonging to that particular community. According to WHO, community health is defined as, ‘Environmental, social, and economic resources to sustain emotional and physical well-being among people in ways that advance their aspirations and satisfy their needs in their unique environment. Community health holds a special significance as heeding to the health care troubles and health problems in a community can improve the status of well-being more accurately and with more impact because of the diverse yet focused approach we generally use. The success of a community health depends upon the successful passage of the information from health care professionals to the general public, here the rightful and quickest way means the most successful and this can lead to better identification and apt amendment of policies for the good of community and people and thereby, the public.

•     Primary health care

•     Secondary healthcare

•     Tertiary healthcare

 

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9.      Obesity and Diabetes

Obesity is a condition where the individual carries additional body fat which comes about within the threat of their wellbeing. Obesity is major wellbeing risk within the rising population. It is ordinarily measured in terms of body mass list, there is numerous wellbeing dangers related to obesity. The effect of diabetes on emerging countries will be specifically severe as the disease is chronic, costly to treat, and tends to affect economically active people. The economic cost of dealing with the consequences of diabetes is not only a warning to health systems but is a far broader economic and social problem and thus a threat to future long-term sustainable development.

 

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10.  Nutraceuticals and Health Welfares

Nutraceuticals have positive physiological impacts on the human body and which are not continually recognized supplements. They are claimed to have numerous helpful benefits. The therapeutic plants represent one of the critical fields of conventional medication all over the world and thus set up constituents of nutraceuticals. The alliance between the nutritional environment and cellular/ genetic processes is termed as ‘Nutrigenomics’. It gives molecular information of phytochemicals benefitting human health by altering the expression or constitution of genes. Diabetes is a chronic metabolic syndrome, where the body is unable to utilize carbohydrate due to absolute or relative lack of insulin, a hormone naturally produced by the ß cell of the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas. Omega-3 fatty acids can stimulate Insulin sensitivity and bring the blood sugar normal. E.g. Cinnamon tea and green tea can aid people suffering from diabetes. Usually, Diabetes and Obesity are related to each other and (if they are not treated) they may cause cardiovascular problems. Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) are found in cold-water fish, vegetable oils, flax seeds, walnuts, and some types of vegetables. PUFAs which include the omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and phytochemicals also play an important role as healthy dietary bioactive compounds. A balanced PUFA composition of food impacts the diverse aspects of immunity and metabolism. Moreover, communication between PUFAs and components of the gut micro biota may also impact their biological roles.

·         Diabetes

·         Blood Sugar Management

·         Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid

 

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11.  Global  Mental Health

Mental Health is a state of well-being in which every individual realizes self-potential, can cope up with the normal stresses in life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community. Researches have shown that high levels of mental health are associated with an increase in learning, creativeness, and productivity, more pro-social behaviour and positive relationships, and with improved physical health and life expectancy. In contrast, mental health conditions can cause distress, impact on day-to-day functioning and relationships, and are associated with poor physical health and premature death from suicide.

·         Trepanation

·         Lobotomy

·         Exorcisms

·         Pharmacotherapy

·         Psychotherapy

 

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12.  Dental Health

Dentistry is a branch of medicine that involves of the study, diagnosis, inhibition and treatment of diseases. It also involves disorders and circumstances of the oral cavity, usually in the dentition but also the oral mucosa, and of adjacent and related structures and tissues, particularly in the maxillofacial area. Although it is mainly accompanying with teeth among the general public, the field of dentistry or dental medicine is not restricted to teeth but also includes the other features of the craniofacial complex containing the temper mandibular and other supporting structures.


 

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13.  Oncology and Public Health

Oncology deals with the prevention, diagnosis & treatment of cancer. There are many risk factors for cancer; some of them include alcohol consumption, tobacco, smoking, age. The world suffers a serious issue related to cancer. Various techniques and drugs are being introduced in the market for cancer treatment.

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14.  Communicable Diseases and Non- Communicable Diseases

Diseases that are easily spread are known as communicable diseases. The communicable disease poses a major threat to public health as it affects the health of a large population group easily and in cases of epidemics or in worst case scenarios, pandemics. Hence a thorough study and widespread knowledge of the ‘care to be taken’ and various ways of prevention of spreading of the infections must be informed to the public to make sure least damage to public health. These diseases spread through air and water or from person to person or by a vector such as insects or animals or by contact with a contaminated surface/object. Such as Tuberculosis, Flu, HIV, MalariaHepatitis A. This session speaks about the chronic disorders that occur for a long duration, generally at the rate of slow progression and they are the significant reason for grown-up mortality and morbidity rates worldwide. Non-transmittable infections are recognized by WHO as "Group II Diseases," a classification that aggregates the following conditions/reasons for death: Malignant neoplasms, different neoplasms, diabetes mellitus, endocrine issue, neuropsychiatric conditions, sense organ diseases, cardiovascular ailments, respiratory illnesses (e.g. COPD, asthma, others), stomach related infections, genitourinary illnesses, skin diseases, musculoskeletal diseases (e.g. rheumatoid joint inflammation), innate peculiarities (e.g. cleft palate, down syndrome), and oral conditions (e.g. dental caries). These are recognized from Group I illnesses (transferable, maternal, perinatal and healthful conditions) and Group III sicknesses (unexpected and deliberate injuries).

 

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15.   Adolescent Health Maintenance and Nutritional Care

Adolescents are young teenage people between the age of 10 to 19 years. The mortality of teenagers also increasing due to accidents, pregnancy-related complications, suicides, violence, and some other illness. Many youths also suffer from chronic health infections and disorders by birth like diabetes. In addition to this, many other serious diseases in childhood also have their origins in adolescence such as tobacco, HIV, poor eating and exercise habits which lead to ill health and premature deaths. This session speaks on the adolescence which is a unique intervention point in every person’s life. It determines the knowledge about optimal nutrition during young adulthood which can prevent or delay adult onset diet-related illnesses later on. It is the second most critical period of physical growth in the life cycle. For many adolescents, inadequate quality and quantity of food are the prime determinants of nutrition problems leading to.

·         Stunted growth

·         Overweight/obesity 

·          Iron deficiency

·         Folate deficiency 

 

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16.  Sexual and Reproductive Health

Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) are referred to as sexually transmitted infections (STI) and venereal diseases (VD) and these are the diseases that are passed from individual to individual through sexual contact. As indicated by the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 19 million people are infected every year in the United States alone. The majority of the sexually transmitted infections don't cause side effects at first. Penile releases, pelvic pain, ulcers close by the private parts, vaginal release are a portion of the signs and manifestations of the ailment. These STDs can be spread through a sexual movement relying upon the kind of sickness. Sexually transmitted diseases are regularly caused by Microscopic organisms, infections and parasites. A few immunizations may diminish the danger of specific diseases such as hepatitis B.

 

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17.  Maternal, Infant and Child Care

This session mainly discusses the well-being of mothers, infants and children who determine the health of the next generation of a country. They help in predicting the future public health challenges for families, communities and the healthcare system. Despite major advancements, there’s an increasing rate of preterm births, due to the complications occurred in pregnancy. Many of the complications are associated with obesity and improper health and nutrition. Preconception and interconception care provide an opportunity to identify existing health and nutritional risks and to prevent future health problems for women and their children. These problems include unhealthy weight, heart diseases, diabetes, genetic disorders and sexually transmitted diseases.

 

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18.  Defensive and Personalized Medication

Preventive medicine is a unique medicinal speciality which has been recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) which focuses on health care of individual people, communities. It aims to provide secure medicines, protect, promote and maintain health and well-being and to reduce diseases and deaths. Personalized Medication is the field of medication which may be a therapeutic handle to classify patients into different groups based on the medicine, therapeutic conditions, mediations and substances being custom-made to the individual patient depending on their reactions or hazard figure of the disease.

 

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19.  Nursing and Primary Healthcare

Public health nursing is the field of nursing which deals with the strength of Open wellbeing. Open wellbeing medical caretakers are a community of medical caretakers who are included in joining a community and who knows well almost clinical strategies and treatment of wellbeing. Open wellbeing nursing is one of the ignored fields of the health sector. The general practice is a medical practice, where the healthcare professional treats the incessant and intense sickness and gives preventive care and wellbeing instruction to the patients. And essential care is the wellbeing care given to the gather of individuals or community in some time recently drawing closer to the restorative specialist or the clinic. General practice and essential care are the earlier measures taken some time recently begin the treatment.

 

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20.  Patient Safety and Healthcare Associated illness

It is an interdisciplinary field which emphasis on health and safety and welfare of the population at the workspace. This field is initially an abbreviation of occupational safety and health program. The main aim of occupational safety and health (OSH) is to develop safety and healthy work. It takes care of co-workers, family members, customers, and many other related groups of people who directly or indirectly get affected by the workspace environment. Healthcare-associated diseases are also called Healthcare-associated infections (HCAI). These are also referred to as “hospital infection”, an infection occurring in the patient during the progression of the health care facility or in hospital.

 

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21.  Healthcare Management, Hospital Organization

Healthcare management also called as healthcare administration, is the administration, management or supervision of healthcare systems, hospitals, entire hospital networks or other medical facilities. Healthcare Management is the profession that provides leadership and direction to organizations that deliver personal health services, and to divisions, departments, units, or services within those organizations. Duties of these professionals include ensuring that individual departments run smoothly, qualified employees are hired, information is communicated efficiently throughout the organization, specific outcomes are reached and resources are used efficiently, among many other responsibilities. A hospital is a Healthcare institution provides patient treatment with specialized staff and equipment. The best-known hospital is the general hospitals, which has an emergency department. Health care management uses the Electronic Medical Record System that can record the health-related information.

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22.  Disaster Management and Public Health

Disasters affect public health. When a natural calamity occurs, there is a lot of loss to public infrastructure as well as public health because of the destruction of natural habitat and the fact that they’ll be cut off from the mainland. Also, the working conditions are sub-minimal and it becomes increasingly difficult for organisation personnel to provide help. It is in times as such that government must take drastic and innovative measures as quickly as possible because it takes a longer period of time to restore what has been lost, both the natural habitat and the artificial infrastructure as well.

·         Storms

·         Floods

·         Disaster management policies

·         Disaster management organisations 

 

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23.  Medical Ethics and Fitness Guidelines

Therapeutic morals conspire toward respectable standards which include values in the practice of medication and clinical field in scientific research. Therapeutic morals guide the approaches and rules to be taken after by all the work individuals in any case of race, religion, sexual orientation beneath principled care and ensured quality. On the other hand, health approach is the choices, activities, plans attempted to achieve the health care objectives within the society which incorporates conveyance, get to health care and quality and value of wellbeing.

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24.  Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs)

Reaching out for public health infrastructures or providing and promoting public health awareness policies in developed countries is far more efficient when compared to developing / underdeveloped countries due to lack of resources, skilled healthcare personnel and also the knowledgeable policy-making members. Hence it becomes tough to maintain the level of standardized public health that’s necessary to keep everyone around going well. United Nations has taken an initiative and proposed a long-term goal plan which focuses on overall development that leads to faster progress in various large sectors which in-turn will lead to faster development in public health as well. There are a total of 17 sustainable development goals which UN expects to achieve by the year 2030. Of these 17 goals, 4-6 goals fall directly in the circle of public health


·         Zero Hunger

·          Good Health and Well-Being for people

·         Clean Water and Sanitation

·         Sustainable Cities and Community

·         Decent Work and Economic Growth

 

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Abstract Submissions and Registrations

Let’s have a wonderful meet in the beautiful city of Milan, Italy. Please mark your calendars 15th & 16th of April 2019. The Public Health Congress will cover an entire spectrum of topics related to Public health, Epidemiology, Nutrition, Quality-of-health, and issues in the field of Public Health. This summit will provide Epidemiologists, Nutritionists, Dieticians, Healthcare providers, and Researchers with a platform to disseminate their personal experiences to a wider public as well as to know interesting cases encountered by colleagues all over the world.

Public health congress 2019 is comprised of 24 tracks and 29 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Public Health; Speakers are allocated specific slots corresponding to their session.

The abstract/s can be submitted online under Submit Abstract in Homepage or through e-mail at publichealth@alliedscholars.com

The completed registration/s are to be received per attendee and the corresponding payment in Dollar by the given deadlines. Please note that the registrations are available on-site too (under prior-notice).


Market Analysis Report

Market analysis

In the past quarter-century of quick monetary combination, in spite of the fact that the span of the worldwide work constrain served as IndiaChina, and the change economies opened their outskirts to exchange and speculation, advance toward poverty reduction in low and middle income nations was unassuming. As per World Bank investigations, in the period of 1981 and 2005 the quantity of individuals living in extreme poverty declined by 505 million. This decrease is represented totally by financial development in China, where half of the poverty diminishes happened before that nation grasped domestic or worldwide market changes. Barring China, extraordinary destitution expanded by 123 million in the period of 1981 and 2005, with diminishes in poverty in a few nations counterbalance by more prominent increments in others. Nor did economic development fundamentally lift individuals exceptionally far: The quantity of individuals living on wages beneath a less outrageous meaning of destitution ascended by 402 million—745 million barring China—over a similar period to 3.2 billion, or generally a large portion of the total population (see Figures 1 and 2). As one senior World Bank advancement business analyst finished up, "it is difficult to keep up the view that’s growing outside exchange is… an intense power for neediness decrease in creating nations". It is additionally important that poverty reducing growth in China—and in some different nations, for example, Vietnam—concurred with the fast marketization of medicinal services arrangement, prompting emotional decreases in access and moderateness, and a significant part of the advances being developed and neediness diminishment that happened over the period being referred to may have been fixed by the subsidence that started in 2008 as an immediate outcome of the interconnectedness of worldwide money related markets.

 

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In case of Europe

Governments across Europe are increasingly recognizing the need to strengthen essential public health functions so as to maximize their contribution to health, wealth, and societal well-being

Ever since the birth of public health in the seventeenth century, its success has depended on close interaction with society. Today we live in a globalized world undergoing changes more rapidly than ever before and this places increasing demands on the public health community. The scope of action goes far beyond health and medical care. Public health professionals must acquire skills to reach out to the whole of society where the significant determinants of health are located, including working conditions, education, and the environment, and offer practices and opportunities to establish new structures, partnerships and networks. Regulation and legislation are also necessary to limit the health damaging impacts from certain environments, products and procedures

Over the past two centuries, public health has achieved tremendous successes, exemplified most strikingly by the remarkable reductions in deaths and disability from many infectious diseases. However, there is still much to be done, especially with regard to what has become the major component of the disease burden in the WHO European Region, non- communicable diseases (NCDs), many of which are due to lifestyle factors and amenable to public health action. The 2010 Global Burden of Disease Study reported that ischaemic heart disease was the leading cause of death in all parts of Europe in 2010 (Lozano, Naghavi et al. 2012) and the leading cause of disability- adjusted life years in central Europe, eastern Europe and central Asia, coming second in western Europe to lower back pain (Murray, Vos et al. 2012). Public health measures, such as tobacco control, salt reduction, improved diets and physical activity, and reduction in hazardous alcohol intake, are among the key actions that could help to accelerate progress in the struggle to reduce NCDs, both in Europe and beyond (Beaglehole, Bonita et al. 2011). There is a growing body of evidence to suggest that many of these interventions are cost- effective and of major long-term benefit to societies (McDaid and Suhrcke 2012). The need for a sustained public health response to these epidemiological patterns has been recognized by a growing number of national and international organizations. The UN High- Level Meeting on Non- Communicable Diseases, in September 2011, has called attention to the urgent need for the prevention and control of non- communicable diseases worldwide. The new European health policy framework, Health 2020, adopted by the member states of the WHO European Region in September 2012 in Malta, has also emphasized the need for public health action, including through intersectoral policies (WHO 2012b). One of its main pillars is the European Action Plan for Strengthening Public Health Capacities and Services (WHO 2012a), also adopted in Malta, which in turn builds on the 2008 Tallinn Charter (WHO 2008).

 

Health promotion is an essential part of public health. However, countries in Europe differ widely in how far they promote the health of their populations. This applies to health promotion activities, the integration of health promotion in health service provision, and the ways that countries have moved towards healthy public policies in other sectors. The training of professionals involved in health promotion activities also differs widely across countries. The scope for improvement seems to be largest in countries in central and eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, but there is also much room for improvements in western Europe. In particular, it will be necessary to ensure the quality of health promotion programmes, with more equitable coverage and better use of emerging technologies.
The involvement of public support and all sectors of society in a mutual manner is necessary to achieve progress in promoting the health of the population. One must go beyond the narrow of focus of lifestyles, risks, behaviours and patterns that point out the underlying determinants of health no matter what ever the sector they belong from.

Public Health in Portugal

Health in Portugal is characterized by the existence of a high quality healthcare system (ranked as the 9th best in Europe and 12th in the World), allowing the country to achieve good rankings in several health indices.

Portugal’s infant mortality rate has dropped sharply since the 1980s, when 24 of 1000 newborns died in the first year of life. It is now around 3 deaths per a 1000 newborns. This improvement was mainly due to the decrease in neonatal mortality, from 15.5 to 3.4 per 1000 live births.

Only one third of adults rated their health as good or very good in Portugal (Kasmel et al., 2004). This is the lowest of the Eur-A countries reporting and reflects the relatively adverse situation of the country in terms of mortality and selected morbidity.

In 2015 it was estimated that 13.09% of the population has diabetes, costing about $2,011 per person per year.


List of societies associated with Public Health:

ASSOCIATIONS

·         American Public Health Organization 

·         Association of Public Health Laboratories 

·         American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

·         Association of State and Territorial Health Officials

·         Association of Schools of Public Health

·         California Association of Public Health Laboratory Directors

·         Caribbean Epidemiology Centre

·         The Carter Center

·         Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists

·         National Association of County and City Health Officials

·         National Association of Local Boards of Health

·         National Institutes of Health


COMPANIES

·         Balchem Corporation

·         Bioplex Nutrition Inc.

·         Biothera

·         DSM Nutritional Products

·         Weider Nutrition International

·         USANA Health Sciences

·         Purity Products, Inc.

·         Martek Biosciences Corporation

·         Loders Croklaan

Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Elisabete Roldao
Health School of the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria
Lisbon, Portugal
OCM Member
Dragan Korolija Marinic
University Clinic For Tumors, Zagreb, Croatia
Zagreb, Croatia
OCM Member
Pierre A. MORGON
CEO
MRGN Advisors
Switzerland, Switzerland
OCM Member
Harinder Jaseja
consultant, Physiology
Vellore EEG Center
Gwalior, India

To Collaborate Scientific Professionals around the World

Conference Date April 15-16, 2019
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The Conference dates are as mentioned below:

Dates: 15-16 April 2019

 

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