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Samonnan Thasaneesuwan

Samonnan Thasaneesuwan

Prince of Songkla University, Thailand Thailand Thailand Thailand Thailand

Pertti Arvonen

Pertti Arvonen

UWIS Oy Finland, Professor Finland Finland

David Altschul

David Altschul

Albert Einstein College of Medicine USA, professor USA USA

Mikal Finkelstein

Mikal Finkelstein


Anastasia Lendel

Anastasia Lendel

Vanderbilt Institute of Global Health USA USA USA

Joanna Hołowko

Joanna Hołowko

Pomeranian Medical University,Poland Poland Poland


About Conference


All researchers, students, and epidemiology specialists are cordially invited to attend the upcoming epidemiology congress in order to participate in priceless scientific debates and advance current knowledge in the fields of epidemiology and public health. The "11th International Conference on Epidemiology & Public Health" is slated to take place during June 18–19, 2023, and Health Conferences will be inviting everyone to participate.

The focus of the Epidemiology Summit 2023 will be on the most recent and interesting developments in all areas of epidemiology, providing a rare chance for epidemiology specialists worldwide to interact, network, and learn about cutting-edge scientific advancements. 

Workshops and special keynote sessions with distinguished and known speakers who are experts in the field of epidemiology are included in this symposium, which also includes sessions on methodological breakthroughs, Using epidemiology to address global public health issues, Linked data, big data, and precision screening and prevention Causal thinking in epidemiology, novel research design advancements, wearable technology innovations for data collecting and measurement, as well as novel applicant recruitment and retention techniques, clinical practise based on scientific evidence, Epidemics and other global health emergencies, evidence-based health policy societal equity and epidemiology, Molecular and genetic epidemiology, Patient and public interest in epidemiological studies, and climate change.

The Epidemiology Summit 2023 Conference will feature on-time keynote addresses, oral presentations, posters, delegate views, board talks, workshops, and exhibitors. Join us for the informative and engaging days as we debate current issues and recent developments in epidemiology and public health. We cordially encourage you to participate and influence the event by submitting your research papers, e-posters, and abstracts. In addition, the conference gladly invites high calibre research contributions detailing novel and unpublished findings of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all fields of public health research.

You will have the chance to speak with and learn from our Business Partners, Exhibitors, and Sponsors in addition to the educational speakers. Additionally, you will have a chance to chat with them and decide for yourself if they can benefit our procedures. Additionally, during networking breaks, we have the chance to interact with and learn from our peers.


  • The sponsoring journals for the conference and the conference book proceedings will both publish all approved abstracts.
  • Each abstract will be given a Cross Ref DOI number. Possibility to hold a workshop with your team members.
  • One-on-one meetings with keynote speakers, OCM, and prominent figures to plan the future course of work.
  • The chance to lead a session.
  • The organising committee's certification.
  • Specific keynote a page will be made to increase the exposure of your scientific study.
  • Massive Discounts for Group Registration, among other things.

Target audience

  • Epidemiologists
  • Researchers
  • Health care experts
  • Cardiologists
  • Psychiatrists
  • Nutritionists
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Healthcare analysts
  • Doctors
  • Physicians
  • Business delegates
  • Young Researchers
  • Professionals in media sector
  • Professors
  • Industrial Experts
  • Management Bodies
  • Medical Colleges and Hospitals
  • Decision Makers
  • Academic & Business Professionals
  • Students
  • Scientists
  • Medical and Pharma Companies
  • Associations, Societies, & Professional Bodies


TRACK 01:- Epidemiology.

The study of illness incidence and transmission in a human population is known as epidemiology. Studies in this field concentrate on the distribution and causes of disease. Epidemiology, a scientific method for examining illness and health issues, may also be referred to as the public health methodology. Research techniques and particular approaches for tracking and estimating the prevalence and risk of disease make up epidemiology. To identify the prevalence and distribution of drug use as well as the issues it causes, epidemiological studies of drug use various techniques and statistical metrics. Adverse drug reaction reports, post marketing surveillance studies, and clinical drug trials are a few instances of how epidemiology is used to study drug use.

TRACK 02:- Public Health.

Public health is the science and art of avoiding illness, extending life, fostering physical and mental well-being, controlling infectious illnesses, and setting up health services. A awareness of the significance of community activity in the promotion of health and the prevention and treatment of disease has emerged from the regular human contacts involved in addressing the myriad challenges of social life, and this is embodied in the idea of public health.

TRACK 03:- Genetic Epidemiology.

Genetic epidemiology is the study of how genes and the environment influence traits, health, and disease in humans. With conceptual and methodological input from epidemiology, genetic epidemiology initially grew out of population genetics, specifically human quantitative genetics.

TRACK 04:- Health Care Epidemiology.

By translating research into practise, healthcare epidemiologists and contamination preventionists seek to prevent and control infections associated with healthcare, antibiotic resistant and epidemiologically significant organisms, and other negative consequences in the healthcare system. With the noble goal of shielding people and their healthcare professionals from infectious diseases and other dangers, healthcare epidemiology is a dynamic and adaptable profession.

TRACK 05:- Experimental Epidemiology.

A hypothesis is created, and an experimental model is built that includes the manipulation of one or more chosen parameters. The manipulation's outcome will either support or refute the theory. The assessment of a new drug's impact on an illness is one example. An specified group of patients is chosen, and some are chosen at random to receive the medication. The clinical differences between the groups should reflect the efficacy of the medicine if the sole distinction between the two is drug use.

TRACK 06:- Observational Epidemiology.

The epidemiological observational studies cluster is made up of many researchers who use observational methods to study a range of health issues, such as cohort, case-control, cross-sectional, and repeated measures designs, to track health determinants, health behaviours, and health outcomes in clinical and general population samples. Observational studies collect data in real-world settings, as opposed to experimental research, which takes place in tightly controlled lab environments.

TRACK 07:- Causation.

Although the concept of causation is fundamental to epidemiology, the field lacks a single, well-defined definition. Five categories—production, required and sufficient, sufficient-component, counterfactual, and probabilistic—can be identified from a thorough analysis of the literature.

TRACK 08:-Case Control Studies

Subjects are chosen for case-control studies based on their illness status. This research was done in the past. A group of people who have the disease (the "case" group) is contrasted with a group of people who do not have the sickness (the "control" group). In a perfect world, the control group would come from the same population as the cases. The case-control study examines possible exposures that both groups (cases and controls) may have experienced over the course of time. The exposed cases (A), exposed controls (B), unexposed cases (C), and unexposed controls are displayed in a 2 by 2 table (D). The odds ratio (OR), which is the ratio of the odds of exposure in the cases (A/C) to the odds of exposure in the controls (B/D), is the statistic created to measure association.

TRACK 09:- Cohort Studies.

In a cohort study, a group of people (a cohort) are assessed, but none of them have ever encountered the desired outcome. Cohort members are categorised upon study entry based on traits or exposures that may be connected to the result. Then, across time, groups with and without particular exposures or traits are observed to compare outcomes.

TRACK 10:- Public Health Education.

One potential area of public health attention is health education. An essential member of the public health team is the health educator. With both communities and individuals, health educators can work solo or as a team. They are frequently the voice of public health and play a significant role in designing health promotion and programme initiatives.

TRACK 11:- Public Health Nutrition.

The focus of public health nutrition (PHN) is on improving population health via nutrition and preventing disease that is directly associated to poor nutrition. Nutritionists in public health assist individuals in leading active lifestyles and eating healthy diets. They are capable of converting empirical data into optional food and nutrition policies, programmes, systems, and strategies for environmental change that improve settings and encourage healthy decisions. The World Health Organization defines public health as any systematic efforts (whether governmental or private) to prevent illness, advance good health, and lengthen life expectancy among the general populace. By focusing on entire communities rather than specific patients or disorders, it seeks to provide environments in which individuals can live in good health. Therefore, public health is concerned about the overall system and not  only the eradication of a particular disease.

TRACK 12:- Public Health Pharmacy.

A pharmacist can provide the public with a wide range of services, including medication, care, and preventative measures. In addition to administering medication, a pharmacist can provide information on health and medications. Due to the important role that pharmacists play in the clinical community, the incorporation of public health practices into pharmaceutical treatment, and the importance of pharmacological training. The focus of public health pharmacists is on educating the public about how to use medications and pharmacy services to improve overall health. The responsibilities of the position range from overseeing the pharmacy team of the primary care organisation to creating a plan for anti-retroviral access in the case of an influenza pandemic.

TRACK 13:- Sleep Disorder.

The capacity to consistently get a good night's sleep is impacted by a group of illnesses known as sleep disorders. Sleep disorders are on the rise in the United States, whether they are brought on by a health issue or excessive stress. In fact, according to Trusted Source, more than one-third of adults in the US say they sleep less than 7 hours every day. More than 70% of high school students indicate that they get less than 8 hours of sleep on weeknights. Most people occasionally have trouble sleeping as a result of stress, busy schedules, and other external factors. Though they may indicate a sleeping condition if they start to happen frequently and interfere with daily living.

TRACK 14:- Mental Health.

Everybody's mental health is extremely essential and extends beyond the simple absence of a mental health disorder. It is crucial to wellbeing because it enables individuals to reach their full potential, display resiliency in the face of adversity, be productive in all spheres of everyday life, build meaningful relationships, and give back to their communities. Mental health is influenced by a variety of interlinked elements, including physical, psychological, social, cultural, and spiritual aspects. Mental and physical health are also inextricably linked. In order for society to run smoothly, it is also essential to promote and safeguard mental health. It promotes social capital and solidarity, two things that are crucial in trying times.

TRACK 15:- Emergency Management.

The organisation and administration of the resources and responsibilities for responding to all humanitarian aspects of situations is known as emergency management (preparedness, response, mitigation, and recovery). The objective is to lessen the negative effects of any risks, including disasters. According to the World Health Organization, an emergency is a situation in which regular operations are disrupted and immediate action (management) is required to keep it from turning into a disaster, which is even more difficult to recover from. This includes gathering, managing, and analysing big data in order to incorporate a data-driven strategy into each stage of the emergency management cycle.

TRACK 16:- Promotion of Health.

The process of empowering people to exert more control over and make improvements to their health is known as health promotion. It shifts away from an emphasis on personal behaviour and toward a variety of societal and environmental interventions. Health promotion assists governments, communities, and individuals in coping with and addressing health concerns as a fundamental component of public health. Building sound public policies, fostering positive settings, and enhancing community engagement and individual abilities are ways to achieve this.

Market Analysis

This study on the global AI epidemiology and public health market offers a thorough examination of the advantages that AI technology will bring to the administration of public healthcare, epidemiology analysis, and response. The research evaluates the market's macro-factors and the ensuing demand for hardware and software utilised in epidemiology informatics and public health.The market's growth drivers and obstacles, as well as prospective application and usage areas in public health industry verticals, are included in the macro factors. The research also includes estimates for the market value of AI in the global and regional public health and epidemiology informatics markets. Core technology and AI-specific technology are both included in this. Market predictions span the years 2022 through 2027.

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Conference Date June 19-20, 2023

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