Allied Academies Ltd is very excited to attend the “4th World Congress on Public Health, Epidemiology and Nutrition during in June 12-13, 2023 in Paris, France”. This prestigious event brings together the world`s best experts in the fields of health, epidemiology and nutrition’s, opens up ways to gather foresight through study meetings and presentations, and presents many thought-provoking strategies in this field, provides unique platform. Announcement of the launch of "public health congress 2023" under the topic "Exploring new inventions in health research in epidemiology and public health" to explore innovative approaches, current research, and new technologies in the field of Health.
“Public Health, Epidemiology and Nutrition” will be a platform for everyone (medical professionals, researchers and students, industrial and pharmaceutical professionals) to showcase research and Exploring new inventions in health research in epidemiology and public health. The conference will focus on interactive sessions and sub-sessions, including innovations and new inventions in health research, keynotes by senior scientists and industry experts, panel discussions, poster contests and forums for young researchers. I`m focusing, public health congress 2023 is designed to provide a diverse and up-to-date education that keeps healthcare professionals up-to-date with the latest methods, strategies, and updates in the field of health and epidemiology.
Why to Attend?
The public health congress 2023 set the goal of mediating scientific and medical research between science and industry. This is your chance to interact with world-famous speakers. The latest technology and updates in public health are the hallmarks of this conference. Share knowledge, demonstrations, information and meetings with business people and potential customers to create excitement and brand awareness with innovative products at this event. Acquire top executives in health, epidemiology, nutritional equipment and technology, meet current and potential clients, sample a range of products, and get your name out there for this two-day opportunity.
Epidemiologists are professionals in the medical field, physicians, veterinarians, scientists, various associations and their members, students of medical laboratories, researchers, entrepreneurs, educational institutions, relationships with software production, and medical device manufacturers, cardiologists, nutritionists and medical professionals, cardiologists, cardiovascular researchers, nurse practitioners, cardiovascular scientists, pediatric cardiologists, electro-physiologists, entrepreneurs, cardiology departments and professors, medical and graduate students, heart hospitals, associations, societies, pharmaceuticals and medical device companies, etc.
Track-01: Healthcare-Associated Infections
“Hospital-associated infections” refers to infections that rise up through contact with a healthcare device in the broadest sense, from home care to primary care and from home care to acute clinic care. These medical institution-received infections (HAIs) include vital line-associated Bloodstream infections, catheter-associated urinary tract infections, and ventilator-associated pneumonia. Infections, so-referred to as postoperative wounds, Infections can also rise at the surgical site. The most now no longer unusual place Infections associated with healthcare facilities include catheter-related urinary infections, tract infections. Central line bloodstream infection, postoperative wound infection, pneumonia.
Track-02: Child Care
Childcare keeps children secure and healthy. Plus, it helps children broaden the abilities they want to succeed with. in faculty and out of faculty: social, emotional, and conversational abilities. Peer care covers a huge variety of developmental and mental implications for each caregiver and protégé. This is due to the fact that an individual's intellectual development might not develop well with age. Another shape of childcare that is growing in comparison to your own circle of relatives' care is center-primarily based childcare. Instead of depending on the relative's care, those duties can be delegated to paid caregivers. orphanages, or foster houses to offer care, housing, and schooling. total relative to their development, improvement fact that protégé care givers.
Track-03: Nutrition Epidemiology
The Nutrition Epidemiology specialization provides in-depth training in nutrition, epidemiology, biostatistics, and the biological aspects of selected related fields. The overall goal is to enable students to explore the relationship between diet and disease. There are more than 40 different kinds of nutrients in food and they can generally be classified into the following 7 major groups:
· Dietary fiber
Track-04: Cancer Epidemiology
Cancer epidemiology is the study of the distribution, determinants, and frequency of malignant disease in specific population groups. The aim is to define the causative factors in order to develop preventive strategies to combat the disease. "Cancer epidemiology is the epidemiology that studies the disease cancer is one field of Epidemiology plays an important role in cancer prevention and control by explaining the spread of cancer and discovering cancer risk factors. Epidemiological study designs include descriptive, ecological, cross-sectional, and analytical studies (cohort, case-control, and intervention studies).
Track-05: Maternal and Child Health
Maternal and Child Health (MCH) is health services for mothers (women of childbearing age) and children. The target group for MCH is all women in the reproductive age group. H. Ages 15-49, children, school age population, youth. Improving the health of mothers, infants, and children is an important public health goal for the United States. Their well-being determines the health of future generations and helps predict future public health challenges for families, communities and health systems. Beneficiaries are children under the age of 6, pregnant and lactating mothers, and adolescent girls. Investing in better maternal health not only improves the health of mothers and their families, it also increases the number of working women and promotes the economic well-being of communities and countries.
Track-06: Occupational Health and Safety Protection
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) deals with all aspects of health and safety in the workplace and focuses on key hazard management. Its purpose is to prevent accidents and personal injury in work-related activities. Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OHS) mandate the reduction, elimination or replacement of workplace hazards. Occupational health and safety programs also help minimize the impact of these hazards. Occupational health and safety is of great benefit to companies, as healthy employees are guaranteed better performance. The purpose of occupational medicine is to promote and maintain the health and well-being of employees, with the aim of ensuring a positive link between work and employee health. Access to specialized occupational health professionals is key to unlocking benefits for employees and organizations. Availability and suitability of measures to eliminate or mitigate the hazard or risk. The cost of eliminating or mitigating that hazard or risk in relation to the benefits. Ways to Create a Healthy and Safe Working Environment:
· Implement Workplace Safety Programs
· Promote Regular Breaks
· Be Aware and Identify workplace Hazards
· Provide Proper Safety Training to Employees
· Use Protective Safety Equipment
· Report Unsafe Working Conditions
· Practice Correct Posture
Track-07: Mental Health and Mental Disorders
Mental health is essential to personal well-being, family and interpersonal relationships, and the ability to contribute to community and society. Psychiatric disorders are health conditions characterized by changes in thinking, mood, and/or behavior associated with stress and/or disfunction.
Although these terms are often used interchangeably, poor mental health and mental illness are not the same thing. A person may have poor mental health and not be diagnosed with a mental illness. Similarly, a person diagnosed with a mental illness may experience well-being physically, mentally, and socially.
· Anxiety disorder
· Bipolar disorder
· Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
· Obsessive compulsive disorder
· Post traumatic stress disorder
Track-08: Epidemiology and Public Health
At the heart of epidemiology is the science of disease. It is a branch of public health that studies disease and its spread among human and non-human populations, with the aim of using this understanding to control and limit the spread of pathogens and other health problems. Epidemiology is the science concerned with the spread and control of diseases and other health-related factors in populations and other groups. Epidemiological information is used to identify and assess the risk of communicable disease outbreaks and prevent their spread or recurrence. Epidemiology is the foundation of public health and is defined as the study of the "prevalence and determinants" of diseases and disorders within groups of people and the development of knowledge about how to prevent and control them. Epidemiology is a particular focus in public health. Although public health is a comprehensive field of research, this field is focused on uncovering unique patterns and causes of public health disorders.
Track-09: Reproductive, Perinatal and Pediatric Epidemiology
The Reproductive, Perinatal and Pediatric Epidemiology (RPPE) program area provides students with an interdisciplinary perspective and a solid foundation in the epidemiological concepts and methods necessary to study human reproduction and child health and development. . The highly timing and interrelated nature of human reproduction and development underscores the utility of a prospective study design that longitudinally collects data across sensitive windows of both partners in a couple, as described in this chapter. is emphasized. Appropriate units of analysis, correlated study results, hidden or unobserved data, interval censoring and shortening, and outcomes as predictors or causal mediators. Two areas underlie reproductive epidemiology, including fertility, defined as the biological ability to reproduce regardless of conception intent, and fertility, measured as the ability to give birth to a pregnancy leading to delivery. . Areas of research underlying perinatal epidemiology include pregnancy and neonatal.
Track-10: Globalization and Health
Globalization and Health is a comprehensive journal that encourages authors to place their research within current global debates while fostering innovation for new public health opportunities around the world, seeks to support the broad range of themes and issues that underpin this emerging and diverse field of research, and how the process of globalization impacts health through its impact on health systems and on the social, economic, commercial and political determinants of health. We welcome papers looking at how it will affect us. Developing countries will be hit first and hardest. Global warming will be gradual, but the effects of more frequent extreme weather events will be felt suddenly and sharply. The health impacts of floods, tropical storms, droughts, water shortages, heat waves and air pollution in cities are already measurable. The cost to the international community of being called upon for humanitarian assistance is already quantifiable. Climate change is an inherently global event. These international calls for help will become more frequent and intense at a time when all countries suffer the pressures of climate change and the costs of adaptation.
Track-11: Public Health Nutrition
Public Health Nutrition publishes research and scientific evidence aimed at understanding the causes, approaches, and solutions to nutrition-related public health outcomes, conditions, and problems around the world in order to understand the world at large and provide an international peer review forum for dissemination. The journal publishes original and commissioned articles, reviews and discussion papers on this debate. Public Health Nutrition (PHN) is a gold open access journal focused on improving health through nutrition and primary prevention of diet-related diseases in the population. The journal provides an international peer-reviewed forum for the publication and dissemination of research aimed at understanding the causes, approaches, and solutions to nutrition-related public health outcomes, conditions, and problems around the world. .
This international journal is a must-read for epidemiologists and health promotion professionals interested in the role of nutrition in disease prevention. Academics and individuals involved in the application of fieldwork and research to find practical solutions to important public health problems. This journal is intended for epidemiologists and health promotion professionals interested in the role of nutrition in disease prevention. Academics and individuals involved in the application of fieldwork and research to find practical solutions to important public health problems.
Track-12: Reproductive Epidemiology
Epidemiology studies the spread and determinants of disease in human populations. Epidemiology is the science of the distribution (frequency, pattern) and determinants (causes, risk factors) of health-related conditions and events (not just diseases) in particular population groups (neighborhoods, schools, hospitals, hospitals, etc.), systematic, systematic, and data-based research, city, state, country, global). Reproductive health (RH) is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, not just the absence of disease in all matters affecting the reproductive system. The three main epidemiological techniques are descriptive, analytical and experimental. All three can be used to study disease outbreaks, but the most commonly used method is descriptive epidemiology. Social epidemiology is a branch of epidemiology that deals specifically with the effects of socio-structural factors on health status. Social epidemiology assumes that the distribution of strengths and weaknesses in society mirrors the distribution of health and disease.
Track-13: Veterinary Epidemiology
Veterinary epidemiology is one of many areas of veterinary public health that focuses specifically on disease surveillance, response and prevention. This involves collecting and analyzing data to develop and test hypotheses related to disease patterns. Veterinary epidemiologists study how diseases affect animal populations by examining the demographics of the animal population and making hypotheses about how the disease is transmitted and how it affects the animal population. Research the veterinary profession is dedicated to improving agriculture and food systems, promoting biomedical and comparative medical research, preventing and controlling zoonotic diseases, improving the health of the environment and ecosystems, and contributing to his 21st century management. Contributions contribute to the improvement of human and public health.
Track-14: Renal Epidemiology
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a long-term condition in which the kidneys do not function as they should. It is a disease that often accompanies aging. Although it can affect anyone, it is more common in blacks and people of South Asian descent. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is recognized as one of the major public health problems worldwide. The estimated global prevalence of CKD is 13.4% (11.7-15.1%), with an estimated 4.902 to 7.083 million end-stage renal disease (ESKD) patients requiring renal replacement therapy. There are three main reasons kidneys are damaged. Lack of blood flow to the kidneys, blockage of urine flow that causes infection, or direct kidney damage from infections, drugs, toxins, or autoimmune diseases. Risk factors for kidney disease include: hypertension; family history of renal failure; age 60 years or older; obesity; Renal failure between the ages of 5 and 14 is most commonly caused by genetic disorders, nephrotic syndrome, and systemic disease. Between the ages of 15 and 19, diseases affecting the glomeruli are the leading cause of renal failure, and genetic disorders are becoming less common.
Track-15: Oral and Dental Epidemiology
Dental epidemiology is conducted to assess community oral health needs to assist in the planning, evaluation, implementation and testing of preventive strategies and/or oral health programs to reduce the prevalence of dental disease. Oral hygiene epidemiology is a growing field of scientific research knowledge, providing tools to combine clinical dental care models into optimal protocols. In addition, we will deepen the discussion on the relationship between oral pathology and bio-psychosocial factors. Good oral and dental hygiene can help prevent bad breath, tooth decay, gum disease, and keep your teeth well into old age. Establishing good oral hygiene and eating habits has been shown to be essential for achieving and maintaining overall physical and emotional well-being throughout life.
Track-16: Genetic Epidemiology
Genetic epidemiology is a relatively new field that seeks to elucidate the role of genetic factors and their interactions with environmental factors in disease development in populations. Molecular and genetic epidemiology attempts to combine traditional epidemiological concepts of study design and risk measurement with the principles of molecular and cell biology, giving it the unique ability to: Characterize disease risk factors. Identify vulnerable populations. Genetic epidemiology has made important contributions to medicine and public health. One example is the use of newborn screening to detect inherited diseases in offspring. Genetic epidemiology can also be used to assess risk factors for germline and somatic mutations. A notable example is the numerous epidemiological studies on risk factors for trisomy 21 (Down's syndrome), the most common form of aneuploidy occurring at birth. Genetic research looks at how individual genes or groups of genes are involved in health and disease. Understanding genetic factors and inherited diseases is important to learning more about health promotion and disease prevention.
Track-17: Women's Health Care
Women's health refers to the branch of medicine focused on the treatment and diagnosis of diseases and conditions that affect the physical and emotional well-being of women. Women face certain health problems and are at greater risk of developing certain conditions and diseases than men. Leading causes of death in women include heart disease, cancer and diabetes, all of which can potentially be treated or prevented if detected early enough. Foods high in fiber such as beans and leafy greens, fresh fish. Lean cuts of meat or poultry. Healthy fats like nuts, seeds, and olive oil. Because women live longer, they are at a higher risk than men to suffer from chronic diseases and disorders that increase with age, such as cancer, obesity, arthritis, osteoporosis, and heart disease. Older women are also more likely than older men to live in poverty. In India, women account for 70-80% of all healthcare’s. Women health care providers can play an important role in making society aware of their health and nutrition needs.
Track-18: Cardiovascular Epidemiology
The current vision of cardiovascular epidemiology emphasizes an ecological approach that embraces all of the biological, environmental, and social determinants of cardiovascular health throughout the life course. Cardiovascular (CV) epidemiology is a multidisciplinary field. Our goal is to improve human well-being and health equity through innovative and impactful research in cardiovascular epidemiology, and to create a diverse and multidisciplinary workforce capable of meeting local, national and global challenges. is to train qualified scientists for cardiovascular health. Our goal is to educate epidemiologists who are both theoretically and practically sound, mastered in research methodology and practice, and capable of providing new knowledge to the complex issues of cardiovascular health in populations. We aim to teach through participatory learning and provide opportunities for trainees to engage in interdisciplinary research alongside researchers at local and national levels. We critically analyze the conceptual and historical frameworks used to formulate CV research hypotheses and intervention strategies.
Track-19: Molecular Biology
is the branch of biology that studies the molecular basis of biological
activity. Living things are made of chemicals just as non-living things are, so
a molecular biologist studies how molecules interact with one another in living
organisms to perform the functions of life. Molecular biology is the branch of
biology that seeks to understand the molecular basis of biological activity in
and between cells, including bio-molecular
synthesis, modification, mechanisms, and interactions. The study of
chemical and physical structure of biological macromolecules is known as
molecular biology. The field of molecular biology is focused especially on
nucleic acids (e.g., DNA and RNA) and proteins—macromolecules that are
essential to life processes—and how these molecules interact and behave within
cells. The important topics covered in this subject are nucleic acids – DNA,
RNA and protein synthesis in cells. Molecular
biology is a branch of biology that is also closely related to other
sub-disciplines like biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, and genomics. Molecular
biologists examine plant, animal or human genetics and the variation and
relationships between them. Molecular biologists can work with DNA and RNA from
humans, plants, animals and other organisms while using their knowledge of
chemistry, physiology, genetics,
physics and biology in their work. There are four major classes of biological
macromolecules (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids), and each
is an important component of the cell and performs a wide array of functions.
Public Health Care treatment marketplace insights:
This includes, but is not limited to, the medical, epidemiologists, surgical, dental, and nursing professions and practices, and research and education related to those professions and practices. This includes, but is not limited to, the medical, surgical, dental, and nursing professions and practices, and research and education related to those professions and practices. All products used to diagnose, monitor, treat, or prevent any disease, disorder, or other physical condition, with the understanding that the healthcare market is excluded from all purposes of this Agreement, shall be considered products intended for use in the healthcare market. This term is used in applicable U.S. laws and regulations. Defined by the Food and Drug Administration.
Public Health Care Associations:
· Food Safety Promotions Board
· Institute of Public Health in Ireland
· Food Safety Authority of Ireland
· Health Information Quality Authority
· Health Insurance Authority
· Health Products Regulatory Authority
· Health Research Board
· Irish Blood Transfusion Service
· Mental Health Commission
· Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland
· Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland
· Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council
Global Universities in America:
· Loma Linda University School of Medicine, California
· Stanford University School of Medicine, California
· University of California, Davis School of Medicine, California
· University of California, Riverside School of Medicine
· University of California, San Diego School of Medicine
· University of Colorado School of Medicine
· Frank H. Netter M.D. School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University
· University of Connecticut School of Medicine
· Yale School of Medicine
· George Washington University Medical School
· Georgetown University School of Medicine
· Howard University College of Medicine
· Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine
· University of Maryland School of Medicine
· Boston University School of Medicine
· Tufts University School of Medicine
Global Universities in Middle East:
· Aesthetics – Kings College Hospital London
· Sharjah Surgical Institute
· American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Hospital
· Tabuk University, Saudi Arabia
· Gulf Medical University Ajman, UAE
· Dubai Medical Collegefor Girls, Saudi Arabia
· United Arab Emirates University, UAE
· Dubai Medical College for Girls, UAE
Global Universities in Europe:
· University of Eastern Finland, Finland
· University of Latvia, Latvia
· University of Athens, Greece
· Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Ireland
· Yerevan State Medical University, Armenia
· Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, Germany
· Aix-Marseille University, France
· University of Iceland, Iceland
· Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
· Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria
· University of Brescia, Italy
· University of Pristina, Kosovo
· University of Malta, Malta
· David Tvildiani Medical University, Georgia
Global Funding Bodies:
· USAID Global Health Fellowship
· Garnham Fellowship RSTMH
· AAS Research Fellowship
· Global Health Scholars Program
· American Association of University Women
· Yerby Fellowship through HSPH
· Rockefeller Resources
· Arthur Tracy Cabot Fellowship
· American Philosophical Society
· Thrasher Research Foundation
· Fogarty International Centre’s director of international funding
· ACS Research Fellowship
· Gorgas Memorial Research Award
· Fogarty International Centre Research Training Grants