We are delighted to welcome you to the community of the 8th International Conference on Global Healthcare, which will be held as a Webinar on December 15, 2021.
Global Healthcare 2021 is dedicated to providing high-quality experiences that encourage attendees to participate. We will continue to fulfill our core objective by providing crucial education in all facets of materials science to as many people as possible.
Our main purpose is to make scientific and instructional content available to everyone who is interested. A full day of interesting seminars will be held in addition to the Plenary and Educational Sessions.
We want to express our gratitude and respect to all of the scientists, researchers, and professionals who are working tirelessly to contain this outbreak and prevent further loss of life in terribly difficult conditions.
We hope you have a fantastic time at the Global Healthcare Conference, and we look forward to seeing you there.
Session 1: Global Healthcare
The term "global healthcare" refers to a health-care system that provides health care and financial security to all citizens of a nation or region. It is structured around delivering a set of benefits to all members of a community with the goal of reducing financial risk, improving health outcomes, and increasing access to health services. Despite widespread recognition of the need to make health goals equitable in addressing global health inequalities, there are currently no defined frameworks for achieving this aim at the global level.
Session 2: Primary Healthcare
Individuals, families, and neighbourhoods are the subject of primary health care, which is a whole-of-society approach to health and well-being. It provides treatment for people's health needs throughout their lives, not just for a few diseases. Even in the face of advers economic and political circumstances, the primary health care motivation has yielded substantial health benefits.
Session 3: Palliative care
Palliative care can be offered at any age and at any stage of a severe illness, and it can be given in combination with curative treatment. The aim is to increase the patient's and family's quality of life. Many states are going through health changes, with a rapidly increasing burden of chronic and irreversible diseases. They will differ by area and approach, based on their depth of observation and practise diversity. Palliative care is primarily concerned with diagnosing, avoiding, and treating symptoms that patients with a severe or life-threatening illness may encounter. There is a small distinction between palliative care and hospice care in terms of comfort. More than four million of them, according to WHO reports, will benefit from palliative medicine and treatment.
Session 4: Healthcare Nursing
Public health nursing is the practise of using expertise from the nursing, social, and public health sciences to promote and protect the health of communities. Another significant component of medical care is patient education and preparation. Nurses keep an eye on patients, provide clinical services, and form personal healthcare teams to assist patients in learning how to handle their own wellbeing. Each nurse's function varies depending on the work environment and, as a result, the variety of patients.
Session 5: Mental Health and Disorders
The state of emotional well-being or the absence of mental illness is referred to as mental health. A person's personality "operates within a fair range of psychological and contextual adjustment." It's an unpredictably wide range on which an individual's mental wellbeing can take several different forms. Treatment for mental illness necessitates not only enhancing but also sustaining a full and satisfying existence.
A mental disorder, also known as mental illness or psychological disorder, is a pattern of behaviour and/or mental health that results in severe anxiety and/or impaired personal functioning. Some conditions have been reported that have a wide range of signs and symptoms among different disorders. These conditions may be diagnosed by a mental health professional.
Session 6: Dental and Oral Health
Dental health refers to a variety of diseases and disorders, including dental caries, periodontal (gum) disease, tooth loss, oral cancer, HIV oral manifestations, oro-dental trauma, noma, and birth defects including cleft lip and palate.
Oral bacteria and the inflammation associated with a serious type of gum disease (periodontitis) can play a role in some diseases, according to research. Furthermore, such diseases, such as diabetes and HIV/AIDS, can reduce the body's resistance to infection, making oral health concerns worse.
Session 7: Womens Health
Womens health is a medical field dedicated to the prevention and diagnosis of illnesses and conditions affecting women's physical and mental well-being. Women and men typically face similar health issues; the only difference is that womens health needs extra care. There are biological mechanisms in young women such as puberty, pregnancy, childbirth, and health threats.
Furthermore, many women's health problems go undiagnosed, and most drug trials exclude women as participants. Women, on the other hand, face particular health problems like breast cancer, cervical cancer, menopause, and pregnancy.
Session 8: Gynaecology & Obstetrics
Gynaecology and Obstetrics is the medical practice that deals with the health of the female reproductive system (vagina, uterus and ovaries) and disorders. Gynaecological disorder is a condition affecting the female reproductive organs, such as the breasts and organs in the abdominal and pelvic region. Usually, every woman has a gynaecological condition in some women at some point in her life.
Session 9: Cardiology
Cardiology is a field of internal medicine that deals with heart and circulatory system concerns, including clinical diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart abnormalities, coronary artery disease, cardiovascular breakdown, and electrophysiology. Heart nurture also provides postoperative treatment on a careful unit, stress test assessments, cardiovascular testing, vascular monitoring, and health assessments. The main aim of cardiac surgery is to enhance the patient's heart function and thereby prolong his or her life.
Session 10: Geriatric and Gerontology Care
Geriatrics is a medical specialty that focuses on providing primary care to the elderly. Its goal is to promote health through disease prevention and treatment. Medical gerontology treatment refers to a specialist who specialises in the care of the elderly. The study of the psychological, emotional, and biological aspects of ageing is known as gerontology. Gerontology is a multidisciplinary discipline with many sub-fields. In the fields of biology, nursing, medicine, criminology, dentistry, psychology, psychiatry, pharmacy, and primary care, researchers and physicians are required.
Session 11: Endocrinology
Endocrinology is the field of medicine that deals with the endocrine system, or the hormone-controlling system. The medical study of hormones, including disorders and conditions linked to hormonal dysfunction, damage to hormone-producing glands, and the use of synthetic or natural hormonal drugs.
A physician who specialises in the treatment of hormone disorders is known as an endocrinologist. Diabetes, thyroid diseases, metabolism, hormonal imbalances, menopause, osteoporosis, cholesterol disorders, infertility and birth control, small stature, and glandular cancers are among the roles and disorders for which they offer care.
Session 12: Hospice care and Nutrition
Hospice care is medical care that preserves or enhances the quality of life for people who are suffering from an incurable illness, disease, or condition. Because each patient's needs are unique, a personalised treatment plan is created to resolve the physical, mental, and spiritual difficulties that come with terminal illness.
While proper end-of-life nutrition is critical in hospice care, if a person with a life-limiting illness is forced to eat or drink when they do not feel the need, they can experience physical symptoms that cause additional pain or complications.
Session 13: Cancer and Related Research
Cancer research's primary aim is to save lives by creating safe and reliable approaches to prevent, track, diagnose, and treat cancer patients. Cancer is the uncontrolled and irregular development of a cell that does not follow the body's control mechanisms and develops out of control, resulting in the creation of new, abnormal cells.
Treatment options for patients vary depending on the type of cancer they have, such as surgery, chemotherapy, or radiotherapy. In the case of such cancers There are also targeted therapies available. Cancer research encompasses everything from epidemiology to molecular bioscience to the conduct of clinical trials to assess and compare the efficacy of various cancer treatments.
Session 14: Pediatric Care
Pediatrics deals with the welfare of children, babies, and teenagers, as well as physical, behavioural, and mental health concerns. Getting medical knowledge along with an understanding of how therapies impact various biological processes at different stages of development is dynamic and as children's cognitive and physical abilities increased, so did the need for a unified approach to medicine protection and excellence is important for the childhood development. In medicine, inborn disorders, genetic variation, and biological process concerns are generally discussed.
Session 15: Chiropractic Healthcare
Chiropractic is a health discipline that focuses on using manual manipulation to treat spinal and musculoskeletal disorders. A chiropractor does not prescribe medicine and instead uses several manual therapies to improve function and relieve pain, such as spinal manipulation, mobilisation, and adjunctive therapies. Other treatments, such as exercise and nutritional counselling, may be used as well.
Session 16: Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Hepatology is a medical discipline that studies, avoids, diagnoses, and treats diseases of the liver, gallbladder, biliary tree, and pancreas. It has long been thought of as a sub-specialty of gastroenterology.
The digestive system and its diseases are the subject of gastroenterology, a branch of medicine. This specialty focuses on diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, which includes organs from the mouth to the anus, as well as the alimentary canal Physicians practicing in this field are called gastroenterologists. It covers a wide range of conditions, including colon polyps and cancer, hepatitis, dietary issues, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), pancreatitis, and more.
Session 17: Orthotic and Prosthetics
An orthosis is a brace that is worn on the outside of the body to change the structural and functional properties of the neuromuscular and skeletal systems. According to the World Health Organization, a prosthetist and orthotist is a healthcare practitioner who assesses, measures, designs, manufactures, maintains, and fits both orthoses and prostheses to patients. They collaborate with other clinicians to design a prosthesis that is appropriate for the patient's physical condition.
Session 18: Podiatric and Health
Session 19: Neuro Health Informatics
Neuroinformatics is a field that integrates neuroscience and informatics analysis to provide new methods for organising vast amounts of high-dimensional neuroscience data. The nervous system is the subject of neurology, which is a specialty of medicine. Epilepsy, headaches, Parkinson's disease, and dementia are also prevalent neurological diseases, as are neurological complications caused by other illnesses like cerebrovascular disease and infections. Neuroinformatics also uses analytical methods to combine and interpret the data in order to better explain the structure and operation of the brain.
Session 20: Public Health and Epidemiology
According to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, epidemiology is a field of public health that sees a population as a "patient" and multiple health incidents as a "condition" that requires care (CDC). Cohort, case-control, and cross-sectional trials are the three main forms of epidemiologic studies. Though public health is a wide field of research, this specialty focuses on understanding the basic trends and sources of public health disturbances. It also includes society, organisations, governments, and individuals working together to expand life and increase quality of life through coordinated actions and educated decisions.
Session 21: Dermatology care
A dermatologist treats infections of the skin in the broadest way as well as aesthetic issues. Cosmetic dermatology, Dermatopathology, Immunodermatology, Mohs surgery, Pediatric dermatology, Teledermatology, and Dermatoepidemiology are some of the disciplines in dermatology and healthcare.
Session 22: Pathology
Pathology is the branch of medicine that investigates the origins, mechanisms, progression, and outcomes of disease and disease treatments. Pathology has an influence on almost any other medical discipline. A pathologist is a doctor who analyses specimens and verifies the results of laboratory experiments. A pathologist plays a critical part in a patient's health treatment. Various laboratory examinations are performed on patient samples of pathology to aid in the identification and care of the patient. Pathologists are physicians and scientists who specialise in disease and sickness.
Session 23: Telemedicine and E- Health
Telemedicine is described as "the distribution of health care services over a long distance between patients and providers." Telehealth makes use of information technologies to identify and cure illnesses and disabilities, conduct testing and assessment, and provide continued education to health practitioners. It is particularly beneficial to those who live in rural areas, disadvantaged communities, and the elderly.
E-health is the most general concept, referring to the application of electronic technology to health, health care, and public health. The use of information and communication technology (ICT) for wellbeing is known as eHealth. The unit is in the Cluster of Health Systems and Innovation's Department of Service Quality and Protection.
The goal of Global Healthcare 2021 is to learn about new developments in health practice, management, and education in relation to health inequities, as well as a variety of other issues. The global market for 3D printing medical devices is expected to increase at a 16.4% CAGR from $3.1 billion in 2018 to $6.6 billion in 2023. According to IDC Japan, domestic 3D printer sales were $34.4 million in 2015. In addition, the IDC analysis examined many aspects of the Japanese 3D printing sector and forecasted growth through 2020. 20.2 billion in the service industry, 29.9 billion in the material market, and 23.2 billion in the market for professional 3D printers. In the market for material and professional 3D printers, the healthcare and automobile industries have been active. Sakamoto and NEDO believe that new and advanced technology such as 3D printing will drive the marketplace, with the Japanese government estimating that the reintroducing medicine sector will rise to $1 trillion by 2030. The conference will bring together experts, administrators, policymakers, advocates, and scientists working in the fields of global health and civic health. Modernization, Sustainability, Impartiality, Intellectual Thinking, and Ambiguity are all topics that will be discussed throughout the conference. There is a growing awareness of the global healthcare system's position in terms of improving health outcomes and controlling costs across continents. Stronger global healthcare systems are linked to improved health outcomes and cheaper costs, especially for offspring. Improved global healthcare and civic support could also help to minimize hospital admissions, particularly in ambulatory difficult cases. Also, avoid using residential care facilities in an unnecessary and inconvenient way. Suburbanization and globalization have influenced what people expect from healthcare professionals, and how health care is organized as a result. Cities and other local establishments are becoming increasingly important for the population's health.
From 2021 to 2028, the worldwide digital health market is expected to develop at a CAGR of 15.1%. Obesity, chronic diseases, and cardiovascular ailments are on the rise, as is the demand for remote patient monitoring services. Patients are also becoming more engaged and connected as a result of the widespread use of digital health technologies. The pandemic had a significant impact on the healthcare industry. Because of expanding demand and adoption of digital health solutions, the market is expected to rise 14.2% by the end of 2021, up from 14.2% in 2020. In 2020, mHealth technology held the greatest market share of over 47%, with a strong CAGR projected in the next months.
Past Conference Report
On October 8th, Pulsus Group organized the Global Healthcare 2021 Webinar which is focused in the field of doctors, dentists, optometrists, physicians, nurse practitioners, students, podiatrists, veterinarians and addiction research. Attendees contributed their views, opinions, and ideas for consideration throughout the conference.
Global Healthcare 2021 started with the welcome note and Keynote lectures in which the following Speakers were highlighted:
• Nina Mullerova, University Hospital in Pilsen, Czech Republic
• Susan Weiss, The National Institute on Drug Abuse, United States
• John Giordano, South Beach Detox, United States
Further carried out with the Plenary Talks Dr. Tetiana Zinchenko, Dr. Hayat Mushcab, Dr. Martha De La O Compian, Dr. Jessica Currier, Dr. Daniel Adams and some renowned speakers shared their views about the topics includes Global Healthcare, Hospice care and Nutrition, Public Health and Epidemiology and Behavioral Addiction.
During the day, conference attendees could choose from a variety of sessions to discuss findings and formulate ideas.
Topics include: Current trends in Healthcare and Healthcare Nursing, Advanced Dental and Oral Health, Neuro Health Informatics and Dermatology care, Pathology, Hospice care and Nutrition and Telemedicine and E- Health. Participants in the meetings then addressed their research-related barriers and solutions after a structured process of brainstorming and information exchange.
Pulsus Group have taken the prerogative of felicitating the Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers and all the speakers/delegates who supported the great success of this event. Speakers who put in such effort in their presentations, and we wish them all the best in their future endeavors.
Following the success of Global Healthcare 2021, we are excited to announce the 8th International Conference on Global Healthcare.