SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS


  • Session 1: Public Health and Immunity

    The session public health and immunity deals with all the concerns related to immunity both in children and adults, vaccines, how immunity be distributed equally to everyone. It also deals with the role of government paying for and delivering vaccines and how can the upcoming generations fight with the deadly diseases.


  • Session 2: Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity

    One of the fast growing disorder nowadays is obesity which is parallel related to nutrition. The importance of nutrition in prevention and treatment of obesity has gained much attention from public health professionals. In this the discussion can involve peoples dietary patterns, food habits and how to reduce the risk of diseases caused due to obesity and what measures are taken to control obesity.


  • Session 3: Aging Health and Patient Safety

    Patient safety has become a major public health concern following the publication of the landmark report. The session focuses on assessing older adults and intervening to improve safety in the home. It addresses fall prevention and medication safety. About one of every three adults who lives in the community falls once every year. Professionals can highlight quality-related issues by providing strategies to redesign the current health care system, including the use of existing medical knowledge and information technology by clinicians to properly care for their patients.


  • Session 4: Maternity, Infant and Child Health

    Maternity helps to identify the existing health risks in women and to prevent future health problems for women and their children. The main focus will be on health issues concerning women, children and families, infant mortality prevention, injury prevention and emergency medical facilities and also newborn screening. Focusing on healthy development can avoid the investment on costly diseases.


  • Session 5: Epidemiology

    The root of any disease caused in human or animal or a community is epidemiology. The main moto is finding the risk factor and prevention to prevent further cases of the disease. It also includes various types of epidemiology and aims of epidemiology, how it is used and what an epidemiologist do contributing towards public health.


  • Session 6: Adolescence and Youth Health

    Adolescence is a critical link between childhood and adulthood, characterized by significant physical, psychological, and social transitions. These transitions carry new risks but also present opportunities to positively influence the immediate and future health of young people. Mental health problems, such as mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and thought disorders (such as schizophrenia) as well as psychosocial disorders, may develop or first become apparent during adolescence. Suicide is a major cause of death for this age group. The session motto is to discuss The key purpose of youth work is to enable young people to develop holistically, working with them to facilitate their personal, social and educational development, to enable them to develop their voice, influence and place in society and to reach their full potential.


  • Session 7: Communicable and Non-communicable Diseases

    This is a vast topic affecting globally in people of all age groups from small infection to a dreadful disease. There are many evidences reported every year all over the world, these diseases are driven by forces that include rapid unplanned urbanization, globalization of unhealthy lifestyles and population ageing. This results in raised blood pressure, increased blood glucose etc. The key discussion may include the detection, screening and better development of people and reduce the percentage of communicable and non-communicable diseases.


  • Session 8: Sexual and Reproductive Health

    Good sexual and reproductive health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being in all matters relating to the reproductive system. It implies that people are able to have a satisfying and safe sex life, the capability to reproduce, and the freedom to decide if, when, and how often to do so. To maintain one’s sexual and reproductive health, people need access to accurate information and the safe, effective, affordable and acceptable contraception method of their choice. They must be informed and empowered to protect themselves from sexually transmitted infections. And when they decide to have children, women must have access to services that can help them have a fit pregnancy, safe delivery and healthy baby. One can discuss the equal rights of individual to make their own choices to lead a health life.


  • Session 9: Bio-terrorism and Disaster Medicine

    The researchers can discuss the starting point leading to global disasters and their management. Also the concerns included with the Bio-terrorism risks and the reports associated. Bio-terrorism attacks is the deliberate release of viruses, bacteria and other germs used to cause illness or death of people, animals or plants. So one can analyze on the agents which tend to increase their resistance power to current medicines and create a better life.


  • Session 10: Depression and Mental Health

    Many factors may play a role in depression, including genetics, brain biology and chemistry, and life events such as trauma, loss of a loved one, a difficult relationship, an early childhood experience, or any stressful situation. Depression can happen at any age, but often begins in the teens or early 20s or 30s. Most chronic mood and anxiety disorders in adults begin as high levels of anxiety in children. In fact, high levels of anxiety as a child could mean a higher risk of depression as an adult. Research on depression is ongoing, and one day these discoveries may lead to better diagnosis and treatment.


  • Session 11: Exercise and Sports Medicine

    The goal of a sports medicine is to help people engage in exercise safely and effectively in order to achieve a healthy and fit lifestyle. It deals with physical fitness and the treatment and prevention of physical injuries related to sports and exercise.


  • Session 12: Stress, Anxiety and Sleep Disorders

    Anxiety is an experience of everyday life. Sleep disturbances-particularly insomnia - are highly prevalent in anxiety disorders and complaints such as insomnia or nightmares have even been incorporated in some anxiety disorder definitions, such as generalized anxiety disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. A brief treatment approach for each anxiety disorder is suggested with a special focus on sleep.


  • Session 13: Women’s Health

    Women's health is a broad term referring to physical and mental health problems that are of exclusive concern for women. The universally lower social and economic status experienced by women, compared to that of men, also contributes to poor health and lack of access to care among women. As part of this lower status, violence against women has become a worldwide public health concern. The topics concerns include why The health system has an important role in the prevention of and response to violence against women and girls by ensuring access to timely, effective, and affordable health services for women and girls who are victims of violence, particularly sexual and reproductive health services and other related issues.


  • Session 14: Alcohol and Tobacco Addiction

    Alcohol and tobacco are among the top causes of preventable deaths in the world. The link between alcohol and tobacco has important implications for those in the alcohol treatment field. Many alcoholics smoke, putting them at high risk for tobacco-related complications including multiple cancers, lung disease, and heart disease (i.e., cardiovascular disease). In fact, statistics suggest that more alcoholics die of tobacco-related illness than die of alcohol-related problems. So the questions include what are the best ways to treat these co-occurring addictions; some programs target alcoholism first and then address tobacco addiction, whereas others emphasize abstinence from drinking and smoking simultaneously. Also what are the effective treatment hinges on a better understanding of how these substances and their addictions interact.


  • Session 15: Environmental Health

    Maintaining a healthy environment is central to increasing quality of life and years of healthy life. Poor environmental quality has its greatest impact on people whose health status is already at risk. Therefore, environmental health must address the societal and environmental factors that increase the likelihood of exposure and disease.


  • Session 16: Health Diversity and Climate Change

    Climate change poses a major, and largely unfamiliar, challenge. The session includes the process of global climate change, its current and future impacts on human health, and how our societies can lessen those adverse impacts, via adaptation strategies and by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.


  • Session 17. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

    Clean water, basic toilets and good hygiene practices are essential for the survival and development of children. Today, there are around 2.4 billion people who do not use improved sanitation, and 663 million who do not have access to improved water sources. Without these basic needs, the lives of millions of children are at risk. For children under five, water- and sanitation-related diseases are one of the leading causes of death. Every day, over 800 children die from preventable diseases caused by poor water, and a lack of sanitation and hygiene. Poor hygiene, inadequate quantities and quality of drinking water, and lack of sanitation facilities cause millions of the world's poorest people to die from preventable diseases each year. Women and children are the main victims. The discussion include how public health sector can do several things, in collaboration with other sectors, to help ensure that investments in water supply and sanitation result in greater health impact. Public health promotion and education strategies are needed to change behaviors so as to realize the health benefits of improved water supplies.



  • 19. Case Studies of Public Health and Current Issues

    There are variety of case-studies reported every year and high-lightening the current issues one can discuss their respective perspectives to make a health world.


  • Session 20: Other Health Issues

    In spite of the mentioned sessions all the researchers, doctors, public health and health professionals, students, practitioners etc. are welcomed to address their respective subject knowledge to enhance the public growth globally in all sectors.