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Allied Academies invitesall the participants across the world to attend ‘5th InternationalCongress on Primary Healthcare &Family Medicine’ to be held duringNovember 29 - 30, 2017 at Madrid, Spain whichincludes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations andExhibitions.
Allied Academies delighted to welcome all the interested and enthusiasticparticipants across the globe to its prestigious 5th InternationalPrimary Healthcare &Family Medicine conference which is going to be heldduring November 29 - 30, 2017 Madrid, Spain highlights the theme “PromotingPatient Safety through Primary Healthcare and Family Medicine”. Euro PrimaryHealthcare 2017 is a two day conference concentrating on InteractiveSessions & Sub-sessions emphasized on innovation and new trends on PrimaryHealthcare and Family Medicine, keynote lectures from Senior Scientists andindustry experts, panel discussions, poster competitions and Young ResearcherForum. The conference program will feature well-known and thought provokingspeakers to interactive discussion sessions.
Why to attend??
Euro PrimaryHealthcare 2017 conference is the best platform to meet specialists and toshare the views and knowledge related to Healthcare, Health measures and Healthutilities. As well, better Primary Health andcommunity support can also prevent inappropriate and unnecessary use ofresidential care services. It will also provide insight to the novel inventionsand techniques. It is very beneficial for the Healthcare Practitioners andfellowship owners because it provides knowledge in the field. Through thisconference, Primary Healthcare sector can be developed and can attain itsstandards.
Leading world Doctors, Registered nurses, Professors,Directors, Dieticians, Research fellows and many more from leadinguniversities, companies and medical research institutions, hospitals sharingtheir novel researches in the arena of Healthcare & Medicine.
Allied academies takes
immense pleasure to extend our warm welcome to invite all the participants from
all over the world to attend ‘5th International Congress on Primary
Medicine’ to be held during
November 29 - 30, 2017 at Madrid, Spain which will entail lively debates,
prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, workshops and
networking opportunities around a core of plenary and concurrent sessions based
on pivotal issues in the Primary Healthcare sector.
Allied Academics has been instrumental in Conducting International Meetings for 20 years and very excited to expand in Medical and health Care Fields. Allied Academics promotes peer reviewed healthcare information through meetings, scholarly journals, and training to leading academic, business and research institutes across the healthcare and life science industries.
Sessions and Tracks
Track 1: Global Primary Healthcare:
Global health is the health of populations in a worldwide big picture; it has been defined as the area of study, practice and research that places a priority on improving health and realizing equity in health for all people worldwide. Community Primary Care is the centralizing study of which concerned with the study and progress of the health features of communities.
• Goals and Principles In Primary Healthcare
• Community Primary Care
• Family Primary Care
• Maternal Primary Care
• Integrative Primary Healthcare
• Selective Primary Healthcare
• Family Physician
Track 2: Family Medicine:
Family Medicine, formerly , is a specialty devoted to complete health care for people of all ages; the specialist is named a family physicians or family doctor. In Europe the discipline is often discussed to as general practice and a practitioner as a ; this name emphasizes the holistic nature of this specialty, as well as its roots in the family. It is a division of primary healthcare that provides continuing and comprehensive health care for the individual and family across all ages, genders, diseases, and parts of the body it is based on knowledge of the patient in the context of the family and the public, emphasizing disease prevention and health promotion. According to the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA), the goal of is to provide personal, comprehensive, and continuing care for the individual in the context of the family and the community .The issues of values underlying this practice are usually known as primary care ethics.
• Family Healthcare
• Family Physician
• Community Medicine
• Adolescent Medicine
• Geriatric medicine
• Sleep Disorders
Track 3: Current Research on Primary Healthcare:
Primary care through the world is resulting in more primary care practitioners taking part in research. Primary care has a generalist nature and several research approaches are therefore required to understand the complex interplay between medical and issues in the discipline.
The research activity of the networks has included collection of morbidity data, clinical research, practice based research, large multicenter trials, and research training. Building on this experience, the Executive funded networks in England and Wales from 1998 in order to increase the capacity for research in primary care. Networks were thought to be a good method of engaging and training practitioners in research. The UK Federation of Primary Healthcare Research Networks was formed in 1998 to support these new entities, and it currently has over 30 member networks.
• Communication in health care
• Drug Exposure to Infant
• Mental health
• Educational research
• Addictive and lifestyle behaviours
Track 4: Primary Healthcare: Obesity:
Obesity is a disorder where a man has accumulated so much body fat that it may negatively affect their health. If a person's body weight is higher than at least by 20% it should be, he or she is considered fat. If BMI is between 25 and 29.9 you are considered overweight. If is 30 or over you are considered obese. Obesity is most normally brought on by a combination of excessive food eating, lack of physical activity and hereditary susceptibility. Some cases are brought about essentially by genes, endocrine disorders, or medications. is controlled through a blend of community changes and individual decisions. Changes to eating routine and exercises are the fundamental medicines. Diet quality can be enhanced by decreasing the use energy-dense foods, such as those high in fat and sugars, and by increasing the intake of dietary fiber.
• Genetic Obesity
• Obesity and Cancer
• Obesity and Diabetes
• Obesity and Pregnancy
• Epidemiology of Obesity
• Exogenous Obesity
• Abdominal Obesity
• Obesity in Men
• Obesity in Women
• Teenage Obesity
• Eating Disorders of Obesity
Track 5: Physical Activity and Yoga:
is an extremely important part of living a healthy lifestyle. Including exercise into your daily routine can enhance your energy and improve your confidence. in the context of medicine, health, or , alludes to a decreasing of the aggregate body mass, because of a mean loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue and/or lean mass, in specific bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon, and other connective tissue. Weight loss can either happen unintentionally due to malnourishment or an underlying disease or emerge from a conscious effort to enhance an actual or perceived overweight or obese state.
• Effects of Overweight
• Benefits of Weight Control
• Diet & Weight Management
• Yoga & Weight Management
• Nutrition Services
• Obesity and Exercise
Track 6: Primary Health Care and General Practice:
is the corner stone of primary healthcare. The general practitioner sees patients of all ages, and serves as an individual's primary-care provider and access point to specialists and specialized testing. The general practice doctor provides well appointments for children and adults, sick visits for the treatment of acute conditions, and introductory care for illnesses such as and high cholesterol. The work of the general practice team takes place within the context of the setting.
• Childhood obesity
• Coeliac disease
• Aged care facilities
• Immunisation in primary care
Track 7: Cardiovascular risk factor management:
Chronic Diseases is the progressive extensive term medical condition. are the leading cause of death. Diseases like , Diabetes, Tuberculosis and Chronic Kidney Disease are more in the developing countries. The communal symptoms of chronic disease include multiple , long course of illness and functional impairment. Most of the chronic disease are not treated completely and hence need a primary healthcare for the long term treatments and therapies.
• Primary Healthcare in Hypertension
• Primary Healthcare in Chronic Kidney Diseases
• Primary Healthcare in Tuberculosis
• Primary Healthcare in Hepatitis
• Primary Healthcare in Osteoporosis
• Primary Healthcare in Diabetes : Type 1 and 2
Track 8: Primary Home Care:
Primary Home Care could be a medically connected care service prescribed by a physician as a part of a client’s set up of care. Primary Home Care is out there to eligible health care shoppers whose health problems cause them to be functionally restricted in performing arts activities of daily living. Every client’s services square measure provided by a attendant. Primary Home Care assists the consumer with: housework, Laundry, Meal Preparation, Grocery searching, and Escort to Physician’s workplace.
• Elderly Homecare
• Hospice Homecare
• Private Homecare
• Quality Homecare
Track 9: Emergency Healthcare:
There is an imbalance between high local health needs and imperfect resources available in the community during the emergency situation. Hence there is a need of organizing a 24 hour in primary healthcare. To meet the need of emergency care there is no other option than to strengthen the primary health care. The most needed emergency health care is medical conditions like chest pain, trouble in breathing, , mental cries and infections.
• Healthcare Emergency During a Chest pain
• Healthcare Emergency when Difficulty in Breathing
• Healthcare Emergency in Heart Attack
• Healthcare in Mental Cries
• Healthcare in Infections
Track 10: Primary HealthCare Epidemiology:
Primary care can add to more extensive changes in health and healthcare facilities, through better comprehension of disease etiology, use of and the role of different healthcare interventions. Primary care is conveyed by an extensive series of health professionals, nurses, doctors, care assistants, specialists, dieticians, pharmacists, dentists, optometrists and other health care specialists. Emerging Infectious diseases are a proceeding danger everyone. Some diseases have been viably controlled with the help of modern technology.
• Practical Healthcare Epidemiology
• Practical Hospital Epidemiology
• General Practice Epidemiology
Track 11: Pediatric Primary Healthcare:
Pediatric health care includes , mental, social wellbeing of children from embryonic stage to puberty. By the recommendation of physicians children needs to have regular frequent check-ups. As per American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) child is advised for well-baby check-ups at two weeks, two months, four months, six months, nine months, twelve months, fifteen months and eighteen months. Also well-child visits are suggested at ages two, three, four, five, six, eight, ten and annually thereafter through age 21.
• Types of Pediatric Primary Healthcare
• Infant Primary Healthcare
• Child Primary Healthcare
• Adolescence Primary Healthcare
• Health issues with children and youth
• Pediatric mental health
Track 12: Primary Healthcare and Management:
Primary Healthcare Management is a vocation that includes leadership and management of systems. Health care systems management defines the leadership and general management of hospitals and Primary Healthcare systems. There are two types of administrators, generalists and . Generalists are responsible for managing entire facilities. Specialists are responsible for specific department such as finance, accounting, budgeting, and . The District Health System is recognized as the most felicitous conveyance for the distribution of primary health care.
• Advances in Primary Healthcare
• Healthcare Equipment
• Promoting Primary Care
• Improving Quality in Primary Care
• Marketing Primary Care
Track 13: Dental Primary Healthcare:
Dental care is the Oral hygiene, the training of keeping the mouth and teeth clean in order to . Family physicians commonly encounter patients with dental infections, such as dental caries and . Dental caries is caused in bacteria that destroy the enamel and dentin; it can be detected by an oral examination that shows stained pits or fissures on the tooth external. Use of fluoride is the most effective prevention measure for dental plaque.
• Dental Family Care
• Pediatric Dentistry
• Basic Dentistry
• Cosmetic Dentistry
• Future Trends in Dentistry
• Oral Health and Primary Health Care
Track 14: Pregnancy and Women’s Healthcare:
is generally isolated into three trimesters. The principal trimester is from week one through 12 and incorporates origination. Origination is the point at which the sperm prepares the egg. The prepared egg then goes down the fallopian tube and appends to inside the uterus, where it starts to shape the baby and placenta. The primary trimester conveys the most noteworthy risk of unnatural birth cycle (common passing of developing life or fetus). The second trimester is from week 13 through 28. Around the center of the second trimester, development of the baby force be felt. At 28 weeks, more than 90% of children can make due outside of the uterus if gave astounding . The third trimester is from 29 weeks through 40 weeks.
• Healthcare in Pregnancy
• Primary Care for Women’s Mental Health
• Perinatal and Reproductive Health
• Maternal and Child Healthcare
• Complications of Pregnancy
• Primary Care Post Menopause
Track 15: Family planning (birth spacing):
, basically, is the act of controlling the quantity of kids in a family and the interims between their births, especially by method for manufactured contraception or willful disinfection. Since "family" is incorporated into the idea's name, thought of a pair's yearning to hold up under youngsters, with regards to a family, is frequently considered fundamentally. Contemporary thoughts of family placing, be that as it may, tend to put a lady and her choices at the focal point of the talk, as ideas of ladies' strengthening and conceptive independence have picked up footing in numerous parts of the world.
• Birth Control
• Advanced Methods in Family Planning
• Pregnancy Testing and Counseling
• Benefits of Family Planning
• Ethical Issues in Family Planning
Track 16: Nutrition and Primary Healthcare:
In any consequence nutrition should be considered as primary Healthcare. Over the past recent years, it has been stated that primary care is the ideal setting to provide education to the public. care not only includes the diet then also includes the care for nutritional deficiencies and disorders. Nutrition in different age groups can help to avoid many malfunctions in a human system.
• Nutritions and Dietics
• Pediatric Nutrition
• Geriatric Nutrition
• Primary Nutrition Care in Polypharmacy
• Probiotics and Prebiotics
• Preventions for Malnutritions
Track 17: Public Health:
Community Health or is a branch of Health group. Public health can be calculated by using Geographic information system and datasheets. Community health may be categorized into Primary Healthcare, Secondary health care and Tertiary health care. Today’s many community health services available in the country. These services are organized by government and health professionals. The public goal is quality care and patients mental health treatment in free of cost.
• Global Health
• Public Health Nutrition
• Leadership in Public Health
• Health Risks: Tobacco, Drugs & Alcohol
• Health Economics
• Environmental Occupational Health Issues
Track 18: Primary Healthcare and Drugs:
There is a major need of primary Healthcare when or medication is involved in a therapy. Understanding the illness experience of the patient and providing the accurate primary care is the most essential component when usage of medicines. Different drugs deals with different adverse events or adverse drug reactions, similarly the care needed has a wide complexity. Hence when drugs are involved is essential.
• Primary Healthcare in Anti-virals
• Care in Anti-Amoebics Agents
• Drugs for Gastri-intestinal Agents
• Respiratory System Drugs
• Oral-Hypoglycemic Drugs
• Anti-Thyroid Drugs
Track 19: Primary Healthcare services:
The general providers of primary health care services are in the community. They are first point of contact with the patients. The goal to provide primary care facilities is to reduce morbidity and mortality by strengthening the health care system at all levels.
• Primary Healthcare Services
• Primary Care Clinic Management
• Primary Care Support Services
Track 20: Adult and Pediatric health Medicine:
are those that satisfy the primary healthcare needs of the population. They are selected with due regard to public health relevance, evidence on efficacy and safety, and qrelative cost-effectiveness. is a system of nursing care delivery which emphasizes continuity of care and responsibility acceptance by having one registered nurse (RN), often teamed with a approved practical nurse (LPN) and/or nursing assistant (NA), who together provide complete care for a group of patients throughout their stay in a hospital unit or department.
• Bipolar disorder
• Eating disorders
• Anxiety disorders
• Learning disabilities
Track 21: Nurse Practitioners of primary health care:
Nurse practitioners are advanced practice educated and qualified to provide health promotion and maintenance through the diagnosis and treatment of acute illness and chronic disorder.it provides continuing Healthcare to all the ages, genders, diseases. Primary Nurse care also manage chronic illness by providing care by the specilalists.US board certification can also be providing by American nursing credential center. They also provide to the patients who are suffering from diseases.
• Occupational Health Nurse Practitioner
• Doctor of Nursing Practice
• Licence Practice Cardiac Nursing
• Cardiovascular Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner
• Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
• Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner
• Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
• Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
• Advanced Oncology Certified Nurse Practitioner
• Surgical Nurse Practitioner
Exploring Emerging Markets in Primary Healthcare
The Global Healthcare spending is expected to accelerate, rising an average of 5.2 percent a year in 2014 -2018, to $9.3 trillion. Demand for Primary Healthcare is set to increase steadily over the medium to long term. Between 2010 and 2035, the total global population will grow by 15%. Population growth is currently at 0.8% per annum for 2010 to 2020, faster than any decade in recent history. The population is set to reach 8.5 billion by 2030. This increase in population, in particular the number of elderly, will have a significant impact on demand for the Healthcare sector henceforth rising demand for the primary health.
Most of the world’s regions are facing a formidable challenge to manage the rapidly increasing cost of Healthcare. By 2018, the number of high income households (those earning over $25,000 a year) will rise globally by about 30 percent, to nearly 570 million, with over one-half of that growth coming from Asia. Governments in some of these markets are expanding health technologies. care services to meet citizens’ rising expectations, while in all markets, advances in
Importance & Scope:
Primary Healthcare is an approach to health beyond the traditional Healthcare system that focuses on health equity and produce social policy .It plays a vital role in all health ,such as access to , environment and life style, primary healthcare and Public Health measures, taken together, may be considered as the cornerstones of universal health systems. The World is changing and so are Health services. The main important feature of Primary Healthcare to serve people with maximum benefits and should be free from risk. More and more cities and other local authorities become increasingly important for the health care.
Euro Primary Healthcare 2017 welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Madrid, Spain. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “5th International Congress on Primary Healthcare &Family Medicine which is going to be held during November 29 -30, 2017 in Madrid, Spain. The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world.
We invite you to join us at Euro Primary Healthcare 2017, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world. All members of the Primary Healthcare 2017 organizing committee look forward to meeting you in Madrid, Spain.
Members Associated with Primary Healthcare:
Important pressures are the
integration of Community Care and Primary Care or in other words the connection
between Public Health and care for the individual. The difficulty for local
authorities is to adapt their care system to the increased needs of the
individuals living within their neighbor hoods. These needs have not only
increased in volume but also in complexity. An adequate monitoring system for
these local authorities, providing insight of the needs in terms of prevention
and health promotion, reactive care
including emergencies, continuity of care, dealing with chronically ill mainly
in the context of home care is crucial and creating equitable financing which
take into account the differences between affluent and other parts within the
city are needed
governments need information, assistance and capacity building on how to
achieve practical solutions for these major challenges which lie ahead and will
become more visible in the coming decades. The Community Oriented & Integrated
approach is a model that fits very well to tackle most of the challenges. Moreover, addressing health problems requires an approach at the local level, integrating health and welfare sectors with housing, work, education, and infrastructure.
Primary Healthcare Hospitals around Madrid and the Globe:
· Hospital Universitario Quironsalud Madrid
· Hospital Universitario La Paz Policlínico HM Arapiles
Primary Healthcare Associations around Madrid and the Globe:
A Primary Healthcare association is a professional organization for Health Professionals. They are often based on specialty and are usually national or regional affiliates. Health associations usually offer conferences and continuing education. Health associations often serve in capacities similar to trade unions, and often take public policy stances on Medical issues. Some of Societies include.
· Alabama Primary Healthcare Association
· World Medical Association
· Mississippi Primary Health Association
· Georgia Association for Primary Healthcare Association
· Indiana Primary Healthcare Association
Universities associated with Primary Healthcare:
· University of Granada
· University of Cadiz
· University of Salamanca
· University of Barcelona
· Global Primary Healthcare
· Family Medicine Current Research on Primary Healthcare
· Primary Healthcare: Obesity
· Physical Activity and Yoga
· Primary Health Care and General Practice
· Cardiovascular risk factor management
· Primary Home Care
· Emergency healthcare
· Primary HealthCare Epidemiology
· Pediatric Primary Healthcare
· Primary Healthcare and Management
· Dental Primary Health Care
· Pregnancy and Women’s Health care
· Family planning (birth spacing)
· Nutrition and Primary Health Care
· Public Health
· Primary Healthcare and Drugs
· Primary Healthcare services
· Adult and Pediatric health Medicine
· Nurse Practitioners of primary health care
· Dietary and Lifestyle changes
Leading world Doctors, Registered nurses, Scientists, Researchers, professors, Business delegates, research scholars, and Young researchers and student delegates from Academia and Research along with the industrial professionals from medical sectors.
· Academia 60%
· Industry 30%
· Others 10%
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