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International Conference on Public Health and Epidemic Diseases, will be organized around the theme “Current Research in Public Health & Epidemic Diseases: Therapy for Tomorrow”

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With the world moving towards a care concerned health system, its necessary to keep track of public health in view with population research. As the growth and development has surpassed the theories of origin, the spread rate of any epidemic diseases has out-beaten the geography, and can become a forthcoming risk. Some of the epidemic diseases which have caught the attention worldwide and are spreading are HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, and dengue haemorrhagic fever and epidemic diseases which are  considered under control such as malaria, cholera, and sleeping sickness. Epidemic  diseases cause 63% of all children deaths and 48% of adolescent deaths. Epidemic infectious diseases such as cholera, meningococcal disease, and measles are the causes for these deaths.

  • Track 1-1Epidemiology
  • Track 1-2Disease Modelling
  • Track 1-3Epidemic of Chronic Illness
  • Track 1-4Epidemics and Aging
  • Track 1-5Obesity as an Epidemic in Adults
  • Track 2-1Hand Hygiene compliance rates
  • Track 2-2Staphylococcal Disease
  • Track 2-3Improving Knowledge about Hand Hygiene
  • Track 2-4Infection associated with Hand Hygiene
  • Track 2-5Hand Hygiene Infection Control and Prevention
  • Track 3-1Disinfection Sterilization
  • Track 3-2UV Sterilization
  • Track 3-3Eugenic Sterilization
  • Track 4-1Hospital Decontamination
  • Track 4-2Prevention of Contamination
  • Track 4-3Methods of Decontamination
  • Track 4-4Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
  • Track 4-5Decontamination using Disinfection

An endemic disease regarded as a persistent condition ensconce and sustain within a population group or continent without any exteriors impact. The endemic disease has pathogenic organisms such as a virus, bacteria or parasite that are the generative agents for the disease, and a fly which causes and open out the disease.

  • Track 5-1Chagas Disease
  • Track 5-2Malaria
  • Track 5-3African Sleeping Sickness
  • Track 5-4Plague
  • Track 5-5Tuberculosis
  • Track 5-6Polio
  • Track 5-7Influenza

An epidemic occurrence of disease in a series of an animal population, often with the consequence that it may continue to humans.During the recent decades, the chance of introduction and open out of new infectious medium has risen due to global travel and trade.

  • Track 6-1Ehrlichiosis
  • Track 6-2Toxoplasmosis
  • Track 6-3Cysticercosis
  • Track 6-4Leishmaniasis
  • Track 6-5Leptospirosis
  • Track 6-6Trichinosis
  • Track 6-7Avian Flu
  • Track 6-8Encephalitis
  • Track 6-9Psittacosis

A disease is regarded as an epidemic when the number of instances reaches above what would ordinarily be anticipated in a given area. Epidemics have constituted a never-ending threat to human condition throughout past. Despite so much of efforts to remove the threat of epidemic diseases on the public health with treatment and prevention techniques, it still threatens population as new diseases or old ones prominent again.

  • Track 8-1Sporadic Diseases
  • Track 8-2Cyclic Diseases
  • Track 8-3Behavior-Related Diseases

Many of the virus, bacteria, and pathogens that occur suddenly aren't new. Zika is known since the 1940s and Ebola since 1970s. Some of these viruses have come into existences with humans for hundreds or thousands of years according to the studies shown.Epidemic emergences are usually due to more travel, trade, and connectivity, urbanization, pervasive poverty means outbreaks will be worse, a warming climate is helping fuel more diseases outbreaks.Despite all this , we are getting better at stopping outbreaks.some of the pandemics emergences are Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV),Hepatitis virus C (HCV),Dengue virus,West Nile virus.

  • Track 9-1Infectious Disease Evolution and EmergenceS
  • Track 9-2Challenges in Modelling The Epidemic Emergences
  • Track 9-3Novel Human Pathogens
  • Track 9-4H5N1 influenza
  • Track 9-5Zika Epidemic
  • Track 9-6Nipah Virus Encephalitis
  • Track 9-7Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever
  • Track 9-8Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)
  • Track 9-9Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome
  • Track 9-10Lyme Disease
  • Track 9-11Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome
  • Track 9-12Zoonotic Disease Emergence
  • Track 9-13Factors Causing Epidemic Emergences
  • Track 9-14Plant Disease Epidemics
  • Track 10-1Prevalence Data and Epidemic Modelling
  • Track 10-2Epidemic Prevalence and Incidence
  • Track 10-3Endemic Prevalence and Incidence
  • Track 10-4Factors Influencing Epidemic Prevalence
  • Track 10-5Factors Influencing Endemic Prevalence
  • Track 10-6HIV Prevalence
  • Track 10-7Diabetes Prevalence
  • Track 11-1Respiratory
  • Track 11-2Asthma
  • Track 11-3Allergy
  • Track 11-4Pneumonia
  • Track 12-1Pediatric
  • Track 12-2Adolescent
  • Track 12-3Geriatric

Do vaccines work? Think about it: As the 2014 Ebola outbreak raged in West Africa, no vaccine was available, so thousands of people became very sick and more than 9,000 have died. In the case of measles, in the decade before 1963 when a vaccine became available, nearly all children got measles by the time they were 15. About 4 million people in the United States are infected every year, 400-500 people died, 48,000 were hospitalized, and 4,000 suffered encephalitis, or swelling of the brain. Now, two doses of measles vaccine are about 97 percent effective at preventing measles if someone is exposed to the virus. Vaccines work.

  • Track 13-1Vaccine Distribution Towards Public Health
  • Track 13-2Prevention of Epidemic Emergences
  • Track 13-3Immunization and Infectious Diseases
  • Track 13-4Vaccine Legislations
  • Track 13-5Vaccination Laws and Immunizations Policy

Vaccination has greatly decreased the load of infectious diseases.Due to this only vaccine safety gets more public attention than vaccination efficacy, but researcher experts have shown that vaccines are far safer and faster than therapeutic medicines in curing any diseases.

  • Track 14-1Vaccine Preventable Diseases
  • Track 14-2Flu Vaccine
  • Track 14-3Zika Vaccine
  • Track 14-4Chagas Disease Vaccine
  • Track 14-5Tuberculosis Vaccine
  • Track 14-6Rotavirus Vaccine
  • Track 14-7Malaria Vaccine
  • Track 14-8HIV Vaccine
  • Track 14-9Measles Vaccine
  • Track 14-10Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine
  • Track 14-11Vaccine Safety Research
  • Track 15-1Telemedicine and Public Health
  • Track 15-2Medical Information Management
  • Track 15-3Clinical Information Management
  • Track 15-4Healthcare Data Management

Some of the steps taken by WHO,UNESCO,UNO,NIH,CDC are they are conducting workshops, giving free medicial help. Surveillance, Evaluation, and Implementation for controlling the epidemic measures.