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9th European Epidemiology and Public Health Congress, will be organized around the theme “An Emerging Trans Disciplinary & Interdisciplinary Evaluation”
Euro Epidemiology 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Euro Epidemiology 2019
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Nursing care focuses on person’s health that is affected by many factors, including genetic makeup, lifestyle and environment. The points of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing are to advance brilliance of care of basically sick patients by master attendants and their expert partners; to give a universal and interdisciplinary gathering for the distribution, dispersal and trade of research discoveries, experience and thoughts; to create and improve the information, abilities, states of mind and imaginative deduction basic to great basic care nursing practice. Looking after more seasoned individuals with different medical issues can be precarious, notwithstanding for human services experts who have some expertise in GERIATRICS, the therapeutic care of more established grown-ups. Mental emotional well-being nursing is a forte inside nursing.
- Track 1-1Epidemiology and critical care nursing
- Track 1-2Epidemiology and geriatrics
- Track 1-3Epidemiology and health diversity
- Track 1-4Epidemiology and mental health and psychiatric nursing
- Track 1-5Epidemiology and nurse career and education
The epidemiology of cancer includes the study of factors and causing agents that result in malignancy. Cancer epidemiology is the analysis of the distribution, determinants, and frequency of cancer conditions in specific populations.
Experimental epidemiological studies show associations between risk factors and specific cancers mostly an aid to generate hypotheses about probable interventions that could reduce cancer occurrence or morbidity. Descriptive epidemiology concentrates on the tendency and abundance of disease in a given population. Analytic epidemiology deals with identifying sources and the predisposing risk associated with the development of a disease. Clinical epidemiology figures screening programs and evaluate the impact of blockage strategies on the overall outcome.
- Track 2-1Risk Factors
- Track 2-2Abdominal Cancers
- Track 2-3Respiratory & Cardiac malignancy
- Track 2-4Mortality rate
- Track 2-5Blood and Lymphatic System
- Track 2-6Breast & Cervical Cancer
- Track 2-7Cancer Research and Clinical Trials
Molecular pathology is a prominent discipline of pathology which anchors on the study and diagnosis of disease through the testing of molecules within organs, tissues or bodily fluids. It shares some aspects of practice with both anatomic pathology and clinical pathology, molecular biology, biochemistry, proteomics and genetics, and is sometimes considered a "crossover" discipline. It is multi-disciplinary in nature and concentrates mainly on the sub-microscopic aspects of the disease. The motive of molecular pathology is to explain the mechanisms of disease by identifying molecular and pathway alterations.
Molecular Pathology deals with Anatomic Pathology and clinical pathology. Cancer and overwhelming disease can be viably assessed through Molecular Pathology. It includes the development of molecular and innate approaches. Nearness and nonappearance of protein can be checked by Molecular Pathology test. Multiplex PCR, DNA microarray, quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR), in situ hybridization, DNA sequencing, counteracting operator based immunofluorescence tissue measures, molecular profiling of pathogens are a few strategies which are included in Molecular Pathology.
- Track 3-1Anatomic pathology
- Track 3-2Molecular profiling of pathogens
- Track 3-3Diagnostic molecular pathology
- Track 3-4Analysis of bacterial genes for antimicrobial resistance
- Track 3-5Integrated disease management strategies
- Track 3-6Genitourinary & Infectious Diseases
Cytopathology is a demonstrative method that analyses cells from different body sites to decide the vector and character of the infection. Cytopathology is generally utilized on tests of free cells or tissue parts; in differentiate to histopathology, which study entire tissues. Histopathology is the study of tissues (histology) and cells (cytology) and usually incorporates morbid dissections. Cytopathology deals with the inspection of tissues and cells under the microscope to evaluate the disease conditions and histopathologists are responsible for making tissue analyse and helping clinicians oversee a patient’s care.
- Track 4-1Cytology
- Track 4-2Molecular cytopathology
- Track 4-3Cancer cytopathology
- Track 4-4Diagnostic cytopathology
- Track 4-5Cervical cytopathology
- Track 4-6Cytopathology case reports
- Track 4-7Cytopathology & disease diagnosis
- Track 4-8Gynaecological and breast cytopathology
- Track 4-9Clinical & molecular cytopathology
- Track 4-10Exfoliative cytopathology
- Track 4-11Forensic histopathology
The epidemiology of infectious disease includes consideration of the predominance, frequency and determinants of contaminations in populations. Irresistible diseases stay one of the most critical causes of dreariness and mortality around the world like HIV, human papillomavirus, other genital tract contaminations influencing women, and other sexually transmitted diseases. Infectious diseases extended to have a significant effect on public health across the globe. The world’s HIV and tuberculosis (TB) epidemics have the threat of resistant bacteria, to the challenge of emerging and newly recognized pathogens.
All constrain the need for innovative methods to detect such pathogens, to understand their pathogenesis, and to devise effective interventions for their prevention and control. The focus is wide, ranging from the search for ideal pathogens applying advanced molecular techniques to extended population-based studies to define transmission dynamics and spectrum of disease and survival.
- Track 5-1Bacterial infections
- Track 5-2Fungal infection
- Track 5-3Viral infection
- Track 5-4Prion disease
- Track 5-5Other infections
Genetic epidemiology is the study of the role of genetic factors that investigates how genes produce disease in human communities. Genetic epidemiology uses biochemical markers in particular, genomic and epigenomic information just to increase the resolving power of traditional epidemiologic methods. Genetic epidemiology also studies the connected effects of genes and the environment and includes incorporation of the basic biology of the disease into its nonphysical models.
Genetic epidemiology can also be termed as the aetiology, distribution, and control of disease in groups of relatives and of inherited causes of disease in populations. It works as a quantifier that analysing the risk associated with genetic variation is a prerequisite for assessing the use of this new knowledge in medicine.
- Track 6-1Population Genetics
- Track 6-2Medical Diagnosis & Therapy
- Track 6-3Neuroepidemiology
- Track 6-4Nutrigenomics
- Track 6-5Monogenic Disorders
- Track 6-6Behavioral Genetics
- Track 6-7Pharmacogenomics
Chronic conditions of a disease can be explained as a prolonged existence of the disease and causative organism in the host. The epidemiology of these chronic diseases addresses the aetiology, avoidance, conveyance, characteristic history, and treatment results of incessant wellbeing disorders, counting cancers-specifically like breast, colon, lung, prostate, ovary and pancreatic cancers, cardiovascular infections, diabetes, gastrointestinal and pulmonary malady, and corpulence.
The role of chronic disease epidemiology is not as widely recognized. One possible way to improve epidemiologic capacity is chronic disease prevention and health promotion programs. The chronic disease program managers and public health decision-makers may have a narrow understanding of basic chronic disease epidemiology functions.
- Track 7-1High cholesterol
- Track 7-2Hypertension
- Track 7-3Depression
- Track 7-4Chronic kidney disease
- Track 7-5Diabetes
Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine advantages wide access welfare mastery and aptitudes in epidemiology, biostatistics and information administration to offer assistance prevent sickness and improve quality of life. In present-day clinical practice, specialists by and by analysing, treat and avoid infections utilizing clinical epidemiology. It has a wide ability in connecting clinical and healthy research.
The Epidemiology and Infection Control Unit uses epidemiologic strategies to screen and control communicable diseases. Epidemiology is the instrument to discover the reason for the health maladies happening in a populace. The community of tainted individuals were analysed. It is characterized as the orderly consider of diseases and its control. It incorporates ponder of dissemination and assurance of risk components related to well-being in a populace and the compelling measure.
- Track 8-1Epidemiology and risk factor
- Track 8-2Epidemiology and obesity
- Track 8-3Epidemiology and community health
- Track 8-4Epidemiology and nutrition
- Track 8-5Epidemiology and surveillance
- Track 8-6Medical Informatics
- Track 8-7Occupational Health and Safety
- Track 8-8Maternal and Child Health
Anti-microbial and comparable drugs, combination is called as antimicrobial operators, and they have been utilized for the last 70 years to treat patients who have infectious maladies. Anti-microbial resistance is due to the abuse and abuse of antimicrobials. Anti-microbial resistance has come to emergency note in numerous clinics around the world. The larger part are engulfed with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), and numerous multidrug-resistant (MDR) Gram-negatives. These drugs have been implemented so broadly and for so long to kill irresistible living beings.
Diagnostics pathology is a therapeutic division that is concerned with the diagnosis of a disease based on the laboratory analysis of substantial fluids such as blood and urine, as well as tissues, utilizing the apparatuses of chemistry, clinical microbiology, haematology and molecular pathology. It draws a wide number of research facility tests. In this pathology, tissues are inspected which is collected from the body and is dissected or inspected under a microscope. Cells of the cervix after a pap spread to check for confirmation of advancement or defilement.
- Track 9-1Allergic reactions and interactions
- Track 9-2Antibiotics amoxicillin
- Track 9-3Immunohistology & Histopathology
- Track 9-4Antibiotics for throat infection
- Track 9-5Cytopathology & Molecular Genetics
An epidemiological investigation that utilises an experimental model to confirm a causal relationship suggested by observational studies is termed as Experimental Epidemiology. It deals with various factors relationships in determining the frequency and distribution of diseases in a community. There are three case types in experimental epidemiology: randomized controlled trial- for a new medicine or drug testing; field trial- conducted on those at high risk of contracting a disease; and community trial- research is conducted on an entire community or neighbourhood. The former one determines the efficacy of a particular treatment, while other trials may be preventive intervention.
- Track 10-1Field Trials
- Track 10-2Etiological Factors
- Track 10-3Animal & Human Studies
- Track 10-4Randomized Controlled trials
- Track 10-5Community Trials
Forensic pathology focuses on choosing the reason for death by dissecting a body. It is a utilization of the medical constitution. It is an approach to medical jurisprudence. A forensic pathologist is a medical doctor who has completed training in anatomical pathology and has eventually authoritative in forensic pathology. The requirements for becoming a “fully qualified” forensic pathologist differ according to the countries. The forensic pathologist is responsible for explaining the reason and mode of death.
Chemical pathology (excessively known as clinical organic science) incorporates the biochemical examination of generous liquids, for example, blood, urine and cerebrospinal liquid. Chemical pathology concurrently conducts science and medicine. By discovering how and where the body's science has changed, ailments can be analysed and observed. Chemical pathologists are certified doctors who combine practical laboratory and clinical efficiencies. They use biochemical laboratory tests to determine disease and to guide patients.
- Track 11-1Advanced research techniques in forensic pathology
- Track 11-2Forensic autopsy-case studies
- Track 11-3Paediatric forensic pathology
- Track 11-4Molecular forensic pathology
- Track 11-5Applications of molecular biology to forensic pathology
- Track 11-6Medical specialty
- Track 11-7Clinical biochemistry
Microbiology, Immunology and Infectious Diseases Pathology focuses to propel research and instruction on irresistible and immunological disorders. In development to examine, the division is adequately occupied with undergraduate and also postgraduate guidance in the orders of microbiology and immunology. Irresistible diseases continue to have a tremendous effect at the prosperity of gatherings around the field from overall tuberculosis and HIV plagues, to the peril of safe microbes, to the mission of rising and as of late perceived pathogens.
- Track 12-1Microbial pathogenesis
- Track 12-2Applied microbiology
- Track 12-3Microbial physiology
- Track 12-4Mycology
- Track 12-5Virology
- Track 12-6Bacteriology
- Track 12-7Transmissible disease
Epidemiology is a Greek-derived word that was defined as a quantitative discipline that works on the probability, biostatistics of mortality and morbidity based on developing and testing hypotheses pertaining to occurrence and prevention by causal reasoning that works as a tool for public health action to promote and protects the public health.
In descriptive epidemiology, scientists make use of available data to identify health problems. In analytical epidemiology, scientists assess hypotheses about the association of risk factors with these problems. Epidemiology serves as the quantitative foundation for public health interventions and is a critical science for evidence-based medicine. The focus of the Division of Epidemiology, in the Department of Population Health, is to gain a new understanding of the inter-relationship of genetic and environmental factors impacting on human health, providing the scientific basis for conversion of this knowledge to public health action.
- Track 13-1Epidemiology and Psychiatric science
- Track 13-2Epidemiology and Virology
- Track 13-3Epidemiology and Osteoarthritis
- Track 13-4Epidemiology and Epilepsy
- Track 13-5Epidemiology and Vaccines
- Track 13-6Epidemiology and Pathology
- Track 13-7Epidemiology and Traditional Medicine
Physical or complex wounds of the eye can be a serious danger to vision if not treated suitably and in a comfortable manner. Little metallic shots have to be suspected when a patient reports metal on metal contact, for example, by striking a metal surface. Intraocular outside bodies don't cause distress on account of the absence of nerve endings in the glazed cleverness and retina that can transmit torment sensations. In that capacity, general or crisis room specialists ought to elude cases including the back fragment of the eye or intraocular remote bodies to an ophthalmologist.
Studies directed in the field of oral health study of disease transmission give information on normal biological structures and on contaminations of the oral cavity, recognize populaces at a possibility of oral sickness or in expect of specific consideration, and think about regional, ecological, social, and get to likenesses and differentiations in dental consideration between peoples. Oral issues, checking awful breath, dry mouth, infection or cool wounds, TMD, tooth decay, throat or Oral Cancer, or thrush are for the most part treatable with suitable conclusion and care. Extraordinary oral and dental neatness can offer help foresee horrendous breath, tooth spoil and gum sickness and can offer help to any individual to keep teeth as we get more seasoned.
- Track 14-1Tongue and lip problems
- Track 14-2Jaw problems
- Track 14-3Oral and throat cancer
- Track 14-4Dry mouth
- Track 14-5Throat, tonsils and glands
- Track 14-6Bad breath
- Track 14-7Sub-Conjunctival Haemorrhage
Environmental Epidemiology is the study of the factors that impact the rate, power and geographic extent of mental prosperity. It is a department of the study of disease transmission considered about the disclosure of the natural exposures that add to or secure against wounds, sicknesses, developmental conditions, inefficiencies, and deaths; and conspicuous evidence of open prosperity and medicinal services exercises to administer the threats related with destructive exposures. Environmental exposures can be extensively sorted into those that are proximate, counting chemicals, physical administrators, and microbiological pathogens, and those that are distal, for example, budgetary conditions, atmosphere modify, and other expansive scale natural changes. Environmental Epidemiology research can instruct hazard evaluations; enhancement of rules and other hazard organization activities; and measures of the co-advantages and co-damages of methodologies outlined to reduce worldwide environment.
- Track 15-1Environmental diseases
- Track 15-2Environmental factor
- Track 15-3Environmental hazards & human health
- Track 15-4Environmental health