Academics accomplishes 100+ conferences in various countries related to
various fields. The conferences include the field of Healthcare,
Biochemistry, Obesity, Nursing, Dentistry, Hospital
Management and many.
is a landlocked country with 8.7 million residents in Central Europe. It is a
representative democracy of the legislature. With a population of over 1.8
million, Vienna is the capital of Austria and largest city. Austria
has one of the
world's best healthcare systems, with international access to medical services
exemplary. Simultaneously, the high cost rates of the last few years and the
way competences are divided for different parts of the medical system represent
major challenges. The federal government, the Lands and social insurance
agencies decided to overhaul the Austrian health care system to ensure optimal
framework for healthcare provision and more facilities to future generations.
The transformation plan has a clear objective: patient well-being.
The Austrian Government considers RTI to be a
driving force for a lasting increase in the company's performance and
competitive potential. A major contribution to solving the social challenges
while guaranteeing competitiveness, economic growth and employment is the
research carried out in Austria's universities, research centres, small-and
medium-term companies and industry.
The Ministry of Science and Research (BMFW), the
Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology (MBTIT), and the Minister of
Economics, Family and Youth (BMWFJ), are the three Federal Ministries that are
responsible for research and technology policies in Austria. The Austrian
Science Fund (FWF), the FRP and Austria Wirtschaftsservice (AWS) are the main
agencies that, on behalf of the ministries, are responsible for managing
financing for basic and applied research, growth and innovation.
Organizations in Vienna
Vienna is an important location in the heart of
Europe, where a large number of international organizations and
non-governmental organizations can be represented. Many international
organizations have lived since 23 August 1979 in the impressive modern setting
of the Vienna International Centre (VIC). During regular guided tours, visitors
can learn about UN work and experience the striking architecture and
cosmopolitan atmosphere of the VIC at the Vienna International Centre.
Austria, one of
Europe's most popular holiday destinations, attracts tourists year-round with
places to visit. Winter is almost as busy as summer in the stunning mountain
regions with some of Europe's best skiing. The scenic beauty of these Alpine
provinces is drawing tourists as much as magnificent towns, such as Wien, the
ancient home of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and stunning Salzburg. One of the least
developed countries of Europe, Austria is mainly a nation of highland and
mountainous areas, with good 60% of its territory occupied by the Eastern Alps.
The Danube River runs from west to east for about three hundred kilometres
through the northern part of the country.