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9th International Conference on Epidemiology & Public Health, will be organized around the theme “Exploring the new challenges in the field of Epidemiology and Public Health”
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The branch that deals with the factors such as distribution and controlling of diseases related to health is said to be Epidemiology. It is a necessary aspect of public health practice. We can easily understand how many people have disease or disorder by Epidemiology research. Public Health is a part of sciences, skills and convictions that is focused on the preservation. Analytical Epidemiology aims to research and study risk and protector factors of diseases and identify factors in a diseased population that varies from a non-diseased population. Where Descriptive Epidemiology helps to describe because of disease within a population, it helps to understand the occurrence of disease.
- Track 1-1Epidemiology and Risk factor
- Track 1-2Epidemiology and Nutrition
- Track 1-3Sexual and gender disorders
- Track 1-4Epidemiology and Disability
- Track 1-5Epidemiology and Mental Health
- Track 1-6Syphilis & gonorrhea
The study which deals with the distribution and determination of diseases in human population is said to be Reproductive Epidemiology. Family planning, adolescent sexual behavior, maternal morbidity and mortality and population based reproductive health surveys are some of the major topics that come under reproductive epidemiology. Perinatal epidemiology mainly deals with pregnancy complications such as preterm birth, birth defects, gestational diabetes and preeclampsia and pregnancy outcomes. Pediatric epidemiology studies about the disease conditions in children whose age ranges from birth up to 18 years of age.
- Track 2-1Epidemiology and Childhood obesity
- Track 2-2Pregnancy Health and Behaviors
- Track 2-3Reproductive Cloning
- Track 2-4Maternal and Child Health
The disease that is transmitted from one person to another person through sexual contact is said to be sexual transmitted disease. Sexually transmitted infection and venereal disease are the other names of Sexual Transmitted Disease (STD). Some of the major symptoms of STD are penile discharges, ulcers on or around the genitals and vaginal discharge. Bacteria, viruses and parasites are the major causes of sexually transmitted diseases. Every day, around 1 million sexually transmitted diseases are acquired all over the world.
- Track 3-1HIV/AIDS
- Track 3-2Chlamydia, hepatitis B and hepatitis A
- Track 3-3STD diagnosis and treatment
A disease that involves an excessive amount of body fat is said to be Obesity. Obesity is a medical condition that increases risk of diseases such as heart diseases, type-2 diabetes etc. Environmental factors, genes, lifestyle, age etc. are some of the major causes of obesity. Doing exercises regularly, following healthy diet plan and monitoring weight regularly are the important factors by which the obesity can be prevented.
- Track 4-1Epidemiology of obesity
- Track 4-2Body mass index
- Track 4-3Global obesity control
- Track 4-4Classification of obesity
Maternal health is closely connected to infant survival. Existing health issues such as diabetes, hypertension, genetic conditions, inadequate nutrition etc. in women can be easily identified during pregnancy. By behavioral factors like breastfeeding, education etc. infant and child health are influenced but are also linked to the physical and mental health of parents and caregivers.
- Track 5-1Pregnancy Health and Behaviors
- Track 5-2Infant Care
- Track 5-3Preterm Birth
- Track 5-4Morbidity and Mortality
- Track 5-5Disability and Other Impairments
The study which deals with the causes of mental disorders in society is said to be psychiatric epidemiology. Regardless of empowering advances, much work still should be led before psychiatric epidemiology can understand its capability to enhance the emotional well-being of populaces.
- Track 6-1Neurobiology, Genetics and Clinical Features of Psychiatric Disorders
- Track 6-2Epidemiology of Mental Disorders During Childhood, Adulthood, And Late Adults
- Track 6-3Different Concerns of Epidemiological Research in Psychiatric Disorders
The branch which deals with the effects of social structural factors on states of health is said to be social epidemiology. The social epidemiology cluster seeks to understand the ways in which Social Determinants of Health, Behavior, Institutions, Social Networks, psychological, political, Demographic change, cultural, economic circumstances and Inequity in Low-Middle- Income Countries influence our chances for a healthy status.
- Track 7-1Epidemiology and Medical Anthropology
- Track 7-2Epidemiology and Ethics
- Track 7-3Epidemiology and Medical Sociology
The study that deals with the heart and heart related diseases is said to be Cardiovascular Epidemiology. Coronary heart disease, strokes and transient ischemic attack etc. are some of the types of cardiovascular disease. High blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol are the major causes of cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular diseases can be prevented by doing exercise regularly, maintaining balanced diet etc. Nowadays, a cardiovascular disease is the largest contributor to worldwide mortality and will continue to dominate mortality traits in the destiny.
- Track 8-1Cardiovascular Health and Diseases Health
- Track 8-2Recognition of the social determinants of cardiovascular health and disease
- Track 8-3Prevention of Cardiovascular disease
The research that involves the study of nutrition and health is said to be Nutritional Epidemiology. Diet and physical activity are arguably the most difficult exposures to assess in observational research and are plagued by considerable measurement error. In Africa and South Asia, 27−51% of women of reproductive age are underweight and it is predicted that about 130 million children will be underweighting in 2005 (21% of all children).
- Track 9-1Nutrition Deficiency Syndromes Epidemiology
- Track 9-2Epidemiological Approach to Diet and Diseases
- Track 9-3Malnutrition and Occurrence Of Diseases Epidemiology
The division of epidemiology that deals with the disease cancer is said to be cancer epidemiology. Descriptive epidemiology, clinical epidemiology and analytic epidemiology are the three types of epidemiologic research that apply to the field of cancer. Cancer epidemiological studies may target on precursors of cancer.
- Track 10-1Epidemiology and Cancer Prevention
- Track 10-2Epidemiology and Clinical Research
- Track 10-3Epidemiology and Cancer Research
Public health nursing is the field of nursing which deals with the specialty such as prevention, activism, assessment and evaluation of public health. Public health nurses are a community of nurses who are involved in integrating community and who knows well about clinical methods and treatment of health. Public health nursing is one of the neglected fields of health sector.
- Track 11-1Nursing management and education
- Track 11-2Nuclear Education in Public Health and Nursing
- Track 11-3Occupational Health Nursing