6th International Conference on Public Health 2020

CALL FOR PAPERS

ICOPH 2020 is a premier event that brings together 250+ academicians, public health specialists, health professionals, healthcare providers, researches, scientists, policymakers, pharmaceutical developers, and health workers from countries around the world to present their latest research ideas, development, and applications in all areas of Public Health.  ICOPH conference was previously held twice in Colombo, Sri Lanka (ICOPH 2015, ICOPH 2016) twice in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (ICOPH 2017), (ICOPH 2019) and Bangkok, Thailand (ICOPH 2018).

CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

The key intention of ICOPH 2020 is to facilitate interaction and the exchange of knowledge and ideas across professional constituencies pertaining to all areas of public health. In addition, this gathering will help the delegates to establish research as well as to find international linkage for future collaborations in their career path.

ICOPH 2020 is a great place to network with product manufacturers and other service providers in the industry. We invite you to explore our agenda and discover the many ways you can partner, sponsor and advertise with us. This conference will deliver high quality workshops, EXPO, Panel Discussions, Thematic sessions and many more.

MAINTAINING HIGH-QUALITY CONFERENCE STANDARDS AND PUBLICATION STANDARDS

The conference is specially designed by the TIIKM Research and Development team together with a committee of experts from international universities with the guidance of the Academic Governing Body of TIIKM conferences. ICOPH 2020 is under the guidelines of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AND DEADLINES

Please follow the abstract guidelines and send the Abstract to abstract@publichealthconference.co before 11th March 2020. If you wish to be a presenter at the 6th International Conference on Public Health 2020 register now

 

THEME OF THE ICOPH 2020 CONFERENCE

“Driving Innovations in Health and Healthcare in the Industrial Revolution 4.0”

Health is everything. In a fast rapid changing world, technology plays a vital role in Public health as well as public health care. The Fourth Industrial Revolution encompasses the Internet of Things but goes beyond simple device connectivity toward being an Internet of Everything. At its core are the combination of big data, analytics, and physical technology. Healthcare is an industry where the impact of this fourth revolution is massive. New technology will improve the monitoring of patients, applying personalized treatment plans, and predictive medicine. Emerging technologies will decrease healthcare inequality. Faster and more widespread connectivity, as well as new medical technologies, will allow world-class healthcare to be provided to more people for less money.

 It is in this context, the theme will revolve around driving innovations in health and healthcare to provide increasingly enhanced, customized offerings to help meet the needs of individuals and organizations that can adapt and evolve to changing situations and requirements over time.

We invite you to submit an abstract in the range of the following tracks but not limited to:

CONFERENCE TRACKS

Primary Health Care

  • Primary care medicine
  • Quality in primary care
  • Family medicine and primary care
  • Primary care services
  • Dental primary care
  • Primary health care management
  • Global primary care
  • Primary home care

Metabolic Syndrome

  • Pathophysiology of metabolic syndrome
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Causes of metabolic syndrome
  • Risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome
  • Diagnosis, treatments and medications

Maternal, Infant and Child health

  • Hypertension and heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Depression
  • Intimate partner violence
  • Genetic conditions
  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
  • Tobacco, alcohol, and substance use
  • Inadequate nutrition
  • Unhealthy weight

Family Planning

  • Contraceptive services
  • Pregnancy testing and counseling
  • Pregnancy–achieving services including preconception health services
  • Basic infertility services
  • Sexually transmitted disease services
  • Broader reproductive health services, including patient education and counseling
  • Breast and pelvic examinations
  • Breast and cervical cancer screening
  • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention education, counseling, testing, and referral

Occupational and Safety Health

  • Work-related deaths, injuries, and illnesses
  • Psychosocial factors at work
  • Commuting accidents and injuries
  • Ergonomics in the workplace
  • Noise-induced hearing loss and impairment
  • Exposures to toxic substances in the workplace including heavy metals and radiation
  • Issues among elderly workers, migrant workers, underage workers, pregnant workers
  • Nanotechnology and nano particles: exposures, measurements and policies
  • Social Security Organizations, health insurance and coverage: policies and issues
  • Risk characterization, risk rating, and risk communication

Environmental Health

  • Road traffic accidents
  • Trans boundary air pollution
  • Outdoor and indoor air quality
  • Surface and ground water quality
  • Toxic substances and hazardous wastes
  • Homes and communities
  • Infrastructure and surveillance
  • Global environmental health

Epidemiology

  • Cardiovascular and clinical epidemiology
  • Clinical trials and evidence synthesis
  • Environmental epidemiology
  • General epidemiology and methodology
  • Genetic epidemiology
  • Infectious disease epidemiology

Mental Health

  • Human resilience
  • Psychiatry & mental health nursing
  • Mental health rehabilitation
  • Management and treatment of mental health issues
  • Mental disorders
  • Positive psychology
  • Psychosis

Adolescent & Young Adults Health

  • Homicide
  • Suicide
  • Motor vehicle crashes, including those caused by drinking and driving
  • Substance use and abuse
  • Smoking including cigarette, e-cigarette, vape and shisha
  • Sexually transmitted infections, including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
  • Teens and unplanned pregnancies
  • Homelessness

Social Determinants of Health

  • Availability of resources to meet daily needs (e.g., safe housing and local food markets)
  • Access to educational, economic, and job opportunities
  • Access to health care services
  • Quality of education and job training
  • Availability of community-based resources in support of community living and opportunities for recreational and leisure-time activities
  • Transportation options, public safety, social support
  • Social norms and attitudes (e.g., discrimination, racism, and distrust of government)
  • Exposure to crime, violence, and social disorder (e.g., presence of trash and lack of cooperation in a community)
  • Socioeconomic conditions (e.g., concentrated poverty and the stressful conditions that accompany it)
  • Residential segregation, language/literacy
  • Access to mass media and emerging technologies (e.g., cell phones, the Internet, and social media)

Non Communicable Diseases

  • Mortality and morbidity
  • Behavioral risk factors
  • Biological risk factors
  • National defense responses
  • Case-Mix for NCDs

Health Economics

  • Legal and financial health planning
  • International health care marketing
  • Global health policy
  • International healthcare marketing
  • Health economics and hospital behavior

Sexual and Reproductive Health

  • Sexual rights
  • Reproductive rights
  • Female genital mutilation
  • Reproductive health care
  • Abortion
  • Gender equality
  • Early marriage
  • Ostracism
  • Violence against women
  • Sexual hygiene and sexually transmitted diseases

Health Communication and Health Information Technology

  • HC&HIT in healthcare: digital devices, software and social media in healthcare
  • Health care quality and safety
  • Efficiency of health care and public health service delivery
  • Improving the public health information infrastructure
  • Supportive care in the community and at home
  • Facilitating clinical and consumer decision-making
  • Building health skills and knowledge
  • Public Health and Social Media

Oral Health

  • Smoking, Alcohol and Health
  • Oral Health
  • Health Promotion and Health Education
  • Health Service management
  • Health and Climate Change
  • Health Policy Research
  • Public Health and Nursing
  • Pharmacy
  • Infectious diseases
  • School and Student Health
  • Preventive Health
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Obesity and Health Risks
  • Indigenous Health and Wellbeing
  • Health and Disability
  • Immune Health
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND?

ICOPH 2020 provides you with unique benefits such as High-Quality Conference Materials, Conference Experience, International Food, Pre-Conference Abstract Reviewing Process, Certification, Awards, and Recognition, Networking Opportunities and Cultural Events, Publication Benefits etc. The conference provides you with different Registration Packages with many benefits specific to your presentation category (Presenter/Attendee/Virtual) for the conference. Please refer to the important dates to have insight into the registration and payment deadlines.