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Track 35: Healthcare Marketing

Introduction Over the past twenty years, the internet has significantly changed how patients and doctors interact. The internet has developed into a comprehensive source for knowledge about health and wellbeing, especially in recent years. The ease with which a doctor can be contacted, the speed with which an appointment can be scheduled, reviews of healthcare …

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Track 31: Healthcare Services

Introduction The fundamental services that are essential to daily living are healthcare services. These services are employed in hospitals, nursing homes, disease treatment facilities, and surgical centres. The healthcare industry is both rewarding and frustrating due to a number of issues. Compliance is one of the most crucial duties for any provider due to the …

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Track 30: Digital Healthcare

Introduction A wide, multidisciplinary notion called “digital health” or “digital healthcare” comprises ideas from the point where technology and healthcare converge. Software, technology, and services are all part of digital health, which applies digital transformation to the healthcare industry. Digital health encompasses telehealth and telemedicine, wearable technology, electronic health records (EHRs), electronic medical records (EMRs), …

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Track 29: TeleHealthcare

Introduction How often have you heard that the internet has altered contemporary life? It has undoubtedly altered the way you communicate with loved ones, make purchases, and use services and products. Additionally, it has undoubtedly altered the way in which you look up health-related information. You may manage your health care and get the services …

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Track 28: Infection Control

Introduction The World Health Organization (WHO) describes infection prevention and control (IPC) as a scientific strategy and workable solution intended to reduce the risk of infection-related harm to patients and medical personnel. It is a subset of epidemiology but also plays a crucial role in social sciences, global health, and infectious diseases. A crucial public …

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Track 27: Women Health Nursing

What Is a Nurse Practitioner in Women’s Health? From puberty to pregnancy to menopause and beyond, a women’s health nurse practitioner provides medical care to biological, intersex, and transgender women. Focus of a WHNP The topic of general women’s health care, including gynaecological and obstetric health, is External link:open in new. However, the treatment that …

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Track 27: Health care services and systems

Introduction Healthcare services and systems encompass a wide range of activities and structures aimed at providing medical care and promoting health for individuals and communities. Here’s an overview: Primary Care: This is typically the first point of contact for individuals seeking healthcare services. Primary care providers, such as general practitioners, family physicians, and nurse practitioners, …

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Track 26: Climate Change Issues & Global Public Health

Extreme Weather Events: Climate change is leading to an increase in the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events such as hurricanes, floods, heatwaves, and droughts. These events can directly impact public health by causing injuries, deaths, and displacement of populations. They can also disrupt healthcare services and infrastructure, making it difficult to respond to …

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Track 25: Vaccines and immunization

Vaccines: These are biological substances designed to stimulate the immune system against specific pathogens, such as bacteria or viruses. Vaccines typically contain weakened or killed forms of the microorganisms they protect against, or they may contain molecular components of the pathogens. When administered, vaccines trigger the body’s immune response, enabling it to recognize and remember …

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Track 24: Non Communicable Disease

Introduction Non-communicable diseases (NCDs), also known as chronic diseases, are medical conditions or health problems that are non-infectious and non-transmissible. These diseases typically have a prolonged duration and tend to progress slowly. Some of the most common examples of NCDs include cardiovascular diseases (such as heart disease and stroke), cancer, chronic respiratory diseases (such as …