November 16-18, 2023
On behalf of the organizing committee, Global Healthcare Conference 2023 is cordially invited to attend the upcoming scientific conference "10th International Conference on Global Healthcare" (Global Healthcare 2023), which will take place from November 16-18, 2023 in Paris, France.
The conference focuses on offering a significant theme of “Fostering the Endeavors to Enhance Global Healthcare Researches”
The Global Healthcare Conference 2023 will be known as the biggest and most comprehensive conference on healthcare in the world. This will focus on clinical best practises, research, innovation, discoveries, and trends in healthcare. You will receive a scientific curriculum from Global Healthcare 2023 that includes symposiums, seminars, keynote addresses, oral presentations, and poster presentations that highlight the most recent global best practises, research discoveries, industry laws, and technological breakthroughs.
A diverse group of professionals, including researchers, scientists, academicians, healthcare practitioners, physicians, medical assistants, midwives, nursing assistants, nurses, nutritionists, therapists in the medical field, and students, will be present to illustrate and examine cutting-edge developments as part of the Global Healthcare Conferences 2023, which aims to empower attendees and expose them to as much information as possible. A variety of topics will be covered, including: global healthcare, primary health, palliative care, healthcare nursing, mental health, womens health, healthcare and patient safety, healthcare and midwifery, healthcare and cardiology, healthcare management and emerging trends, healthcare and nutrition, behavioural healthcare, healthcare and internal medicine, healthcare and global economics, public health and epidemiology, healthcare services, and technologies.
The entire scientific and organised team is interested in meeting you, and we sincerely hope you enjoy and find this event to be as educational, up to date, and fascinating as we do.
We are excited for you to attend our very special occasion...!
Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries or concerning this conference of main findings.
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Scope and Importance:
Global health is important for preserving global security since it focuses on population-level prevention. Global health is significant because it attempts to promote global health, health care access, and health care quality for all people. Worldwide Public Health is concerned with public health challenges that arise in a global context, such as epidemics of newly developing and re-emerging infectious diseases, globalisation of trade, and the rise in chronic disorders. The large healthcare sector covers not just hospitals and doctors, but also medical devices, equipment, outsourcing, telemedicine, health insurance, and medical tourism.
Glance at revenue of Healthcare Research:
Major Healthcare Associations and Societies around the Globe:
Global Healthcare 2023 warmly welcomes all presenters and exhibitors interested in sharing their knowledge and research in the field of healthcare to attend the "10th International Conference on Global Healthcare" on November 16-18, 2023 in Paris, France. The focus and the theme of the conference is “Fostering the Endeavors to Enhance Global Healthcare Researches”
Global Healthcare 2023 has been organised in an interdisciplinary approach with a multitude of tracks to choose from in each segment, giving you a unique opportunity to meet up with peers from industry and academics and form a scientific network. The Pulsus Group aims to bring together renowned researchers, physicians, surgeons, professors, instrumentalists, medical and industrial professionals, young scientists, students, and business delegates under one roof to share knowledge and scientific progress in the field of healthcare in order to shape future research.
The conference is organised on an international level by the Pulsus Group, and Global Healthcare 2023 is one of the most anticipated events, with the goal of allowing researchers, scholars, students, and young scientists to present their innovative ideas and discuss the most recent developments, trends, and key concerns in the field of healthcare and its advancements.
Why to attend???
Medical doctors, patients, and health care providers all see illness prevention as an important strategy for improving the population's overall health. People all across the world are focused on finding the most cutting-edge remedies for healthcare, diseases, and other ailments. The Global Healthcare 2023 conference is your greatest chance to access the largest gathering of healthcare professionals. At this two-day event, give presentations, distribute information, network with current and aspiring scientists, make a splash with new advances and treatment procedures, and gain name recognition. This conference features world-renowned speakers, the most recent approaches, advancements, and the most recent updates in healthcare-related topics.
Benefits of Global Healthcare 2023
· Outstanding Young Researcher Award
· Group Registration benefits
· The world's most eminent researchers will provide keynote presentations.
· Top Industries Representations
For Researchers and Faculty Members:
· Speaker Presentations
· Poster Display
· Symposium hosting (4–5-member team)
· Workshop organizing
For Universities, Associations & Societies:
· Association Partnering
· Collaboration proposals
· Academic Partnering
· Group Participation
For Students and Research Scholars:
· Poster Contest (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
· Young Researcher’s Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
· Student Attendee
· Group registrations
For Business Delegates:
· Speaker Presentations
· Symposium hosting
· Book Launch event
· Networking opportunities
· Audience participation
For Product Manufacturers:
· Exhibitor and Vendor booths
· Sponsorship’s opportunities
· Product launch
· Workshop organizing
· Scientific Partnering
· Marketing and Networking with clients
Past Conference Report
Pulsus Conferences hosted the event “9th International Conference on Global Healthcare” held on November 21, 2022 | Webinar. The conferences, which focused on the themes "Discover the Possibilities of Excellence in Global Healthcare" were a huge success, with notable keynote speakers from a variety of reputable companies and universities addressing the audience.
The 9th International Conference on Global Healthcare's proceedings were carried out through many Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures, and Pulsus would like to convey its heartfelt gratitude to all the distinguished guests and keynote speakers. We want to express our heartfelt gratitude to all of the distinguished visitors and keynote speakers at Global Healthcare 2022.
The Global Healthcare 2022 committee wishes to express its heartfelt gratitude to all of the renowned guests, keynote and plenary speakers, Ian Chell from Medical Locations, United Kingdom; Yusuf Aksu from Yunus Emre State Hospital, Turkey; Khalid Al-Salehi from Sana'a Community College, Yemen; Yacob Mathai from Marma Health Centre, India; Zeleke Yimechew Nigussie from John Snow, Inc, Ethiopia; Edith Ike from National Orthopaedic Hospital, Nigeria; Maria Jose Mendiola from Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Peru; Abir Farouk Megahed from Mansoura University, Egypt; Katarzyna Lomper from Wroclaw Medical University, Poland have given an excellent presentation that helps delegates and other guests to learn about the event's main topic.
Pulsus conferences also had the privilege of honouring the Global Healthcare 2022 Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers, Plenary Speakers, Chairs and Co-Chairs, Young Researchers, and other attendees for their contributions to the success of the conference.
We also would like to express our gratitude to every one of our Speakers, Poster Presenters, and Delegates for giving up their time and sharing their research with our peer network. We are grateful to have had such a positive relationship with all of these attendees and organisations, and we look forward to seeing even more support at our forthcoming events.
A succession of eminent specialists presented a series of lectures on current trends and concerns in inter-disciplinary healthcare as well as technological breakthroughs.
Save the dates for 2023's most anticipated event.
We are proud to announce our upcoming conferences in the Series 10th International Conference on Global Healthcare on November 16-18, 2023 in Paris, France with the theme Fostering the Endeavors to Enhance Global Healthcare Researches, based on the positive response and feedback we received from participants and supporters at Global Healthcare 2023.
Session 1: Global Healthcare
Global healthcare refers to the collective effort to improve health and wellbeing across the world. It involves the prevention and treatment of diseases, promotion of healthy lifestyles, and access to quality healthcare services, medications and vaccines. Efforts to address global health challenges require a coordinated and collaborative approach, involving governments, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, healthcare professionals, and individuals.
Session 2: Primary Health
Primary health, also known as primary care, is the initial point of contact for individuals seeking healthcare services. It is the foundation of a well-functioning healthcare system, as it provides the first point of entry into the healthcare system and serves as a central hub for health promotion, disease prevention, diagnosis, and management of common health problems. Primary healthcare providers may include family physicians, general practitioners, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other healthcare professionals who are trained to provide comprehensive care to patients of all ages.
Session 3: Chronic Disease Management
Chronic disease management refers to the ongoing care and treatment of long-term health conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, and asthma. It involves a comprehensive approach to prevent, monitor, and treat these conditions, with the aim of improving quality of life and reducing the risk of complications. Chronic disease management is a vital aspect of modern healthcare, given the high prevalence of chronic conditions and their impact on individuals, families, and healthcare systems.
Session 4: Global Health and Health Equity
Global health and health equity are closely related concepts that aim to improve the health and well-being of individuals and populations worldwide. Global health refers to the health of populations around the world, and the collective efforts to improve it, while health equity is concerned with promoting fairness and equal opportunities for good health, regardless of factors such as socioeconomic status, gender, race, or geography.
Efforts to improve global health and promote health equity require a collaborative approach, involving governments, international organizations, healthcare professionals, and communities. This includes addressing social determinants of health, such as poverty and inequality, and improving access to quality healthcare, medications, and vaccines.
Session 5: Palliative Healthcare
Palliative healthcare is a specialized area of healthcare that focuses on improving the quality of life for individuals facing serious illnesses. The goal of palliative care is to alleviate physical, emotional, and spiritual suffering, and to provide support to patients and their families throughout the illness, whether it is curable or not. Palliative care is provided by a team of healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, social workers, and other specialists.
Session 6: Precision Medicine
Precision medicine is an approach to healthcare that takes into account individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle when making medical decisions for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases. It involves analyzing multiple sources of data, such as genetic, clinical, environmental, and lifestyle factors, to tailor medical care to the unique needs of each patient.
Precision medicine has already demonstrated success in areas such as oncology, where the use of targeted therapies has improved survival rates and reduced side effects. It also has potential in other fields, such as neurology and cardiology, where personalized treatment plans may be more effective than a one-size-fits-all approach.
Session 7: Healthcare Economics and Financing
Healthcare economics and financing refers to the study of the economic aspects of healthcare delivery, including the funding, allocation, and distribution of resources for healthcare services. It involves understanding the cost and benefits of healthcare services, and the ways in which healthcare systems are financed and managed. Overall, healthcare economics and financing play a critical role in shaping the quality and accessibility of healthcare services, and efforts to improve healthcare systems must consider the economic implications of healthcare delivery and funding.
Session 8: Telemedicine and Digital Health
Telemedicine and digital health have the potential to improve healthcare access, reduce costs, and increase efficiency by enabling patients to receive care and support from anywhere, at any time. For example, telemedicine can be used to provide remote consultations, monitoring, and follow-up care for chronic conditions, mental health, and post-operative care. With ongoing advancements in technology and increased adoption of these technologies, telemedicine and digital health are likely to become increasingly important components of modern healthcare.
Session 9: Non-Communicable Diseases
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are chronic conditions that are not caused by infectious agents and are not spread from person to person. These diseases are often long-lasting and progress slowly over time. They are sometimes referred to as chronic diseases and are the leading cause of death worldwide.
Some common examples of non-communicable diseases include cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and strokes, cancers, chronic respiratory diseases such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and diabetes. NCDs are often linked to lifestyle factors, including unhealthy diets, physical inactivity, tobacco use, and excessive alcohol consumption. Effective prevention and management strategies can help reduce the impact of these diseases and improve the quality of life for those affected.
Session 10: Climate Change and Health
Climate change has significant implications for public health. Changes in temperature, rainfall patterns, and extreme weather events can have direct and indirect effects on human health. Some of the ways in which climate change can impact human health include Increased heat-related illnesses, Worsening air quality, Changes in infectious disease patterns, Water and food insecurity, Mental health effects. To mitigate these impacts, it is important to take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote climate resilience. Finally, promoting awareness and education about the impacts of climate change on health can help communities prepare and respond to these challenges.
Session 11: Mental Health and Well-being
Mental health is an essential component of overall health and well-being. Mental health refers to a person's emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act, and how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Maintaining good mental health and well-being is essential for living a fulfilling life. Some ways to promote mental health and well-being include, Practicing self-care, Building and maintaining social connections, Seeking help when needed, Reducing stigma, Creating a healthy work-life balance. It is essential to recognize that mental health challenges are common and can affect anyone. Promoting mental health and well-being is essential to live a fulfilling and healthy life.
Session 12: Aging and Geriatric Care
Aging is a natural process that brings about physical and cognitive changes in individuals. Geriatric care aims to promote the health and well-being of older adults and improve their quality of life. Some aspects of geriatric care include Preventative care, Management of chronic conditions, Support for daily living, Coordination of care, Palliative care and end-of-life care. In addition to specialized geriatric care, older adults can also benefit from staying physically active, eating a healthy diet, and staying socially engaged. Age-Related Diseases and Condition.
Session 13: Opthalmology Healthcare
Ophthalmology is the branch of medicine that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of eye diseases and disorders. Ophthalmologists are medical doctors who specialize in the eyes and visual system. Overall, ophthalmologists play a critical role in maintaining eye health and preventing vision loss. Regular eye exams with an ophthalmologist can help to detect and treat eye diseases early, which can significantly improve treatment outcomes and prevent vision loss.
Session 14: Women’s Health
Women’s health refers to the physical, mental, and social well-being of women. It encompasses a wide range of health issues that are unique to women, such as reproductive health, pregnancy and childbirth, menopause, breast cancer, and other female-specific health concerns. Women's health also includes broader health issues that affect women disproportionately, such as cardiovascular disease, depression, osteoporosis, and autoimmune diseases. There are many factors that can impact women's health, including lifestyle choices, genetics, and access to healthcare.
Session 15: Adolescent and Pediatric Health
Adolescent and pediatric health are essential areas of focus for public health and healthcare providers. Adolescence refers to the period of life between childhood and adulthood, typically from ages 10 to 19, while pediatrics refers to the medical care of children from birth to adolescence. By promoting good health and providing access to quality healthcare, education, and resources, we can help children and adolescents grow and develop into healthy adults. This requires a commitment to addressing the unique needs and challenges of this population and providing a safe and supportive environment for them to grow and thrive.
Session 16: Nutrition and Lifestyle in Health Promotion
Nutrition and lifestyle play a significant role in health promotion. A healthy diet and lifestyle can help prevent chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and some types of cancer. A healthy diet and lifestyle can promote overall health and well-being by reducing the risk of chronic diseases and improving physical and mental health. It is important to adopt healthy habits and seek medical advice when necessary to ensure optimal health.
Session 17: Clinical Trials and Drug Development
Clinical trials are a crucial part of the drug development process. These trials involve testing a new drug or medical intervention on human subjects to determine its safety, efficacy, and potential side effects. Clinical trials are a vital part of the drug development process, providing the necessary data to ensure the safety and efficacy of new drugs. The process involves extensive testing and evaluation, from preclinical development to post-market surveillance, to ensure that drugs are safe and effective for patients.
Session 18: Medical Devices and Technology
Medical devices and technology play an essential role in modern healthcare. They can help diagnose, treat, and manage a wide range of medical conditions. Here are some key aspects of medical devices and technology. However, there are also cybersecurity concerns that need to be addressed to ensure the safety and privacy of patients.
Session 19: Healthcare Data Science and Analytics
Healthcare data science and analytics involve the use of data and advanced analytics to improve healthcare delivery and patient outcomes. By collecting and analyzing data, healthcare providers can make better decisions and engage patients in their own care. However, data privacy and security concerns must be addressed to ensure patient safety and privacy.
Session 20: Healthcare Cybersecurity and Patient Data Privacy
Healthcare cybersecurity and patient data privacy are critical aspects of healthcare delivery in the digital age. Healthcare organizations must comply with regulations, implement strong access controls, perform regular risk assessments, and train employees on best practices for cybersecurity and patient data privacy. By doing so, healthcare organizations can protect patient data from cyber threats and ensure that patients receive safe and secure healthcare.
Session 21: Healthcare Education and Workforce Development
Healthcare education and workforce development are crucial for ensuring that healthcare professionals have the knowledge and skills they need to provide high-quality patient care. This includes both academic and clinical education, continuing education, workforce planning, interdisciplinary collaboration, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and preparing healthcare professionals for the use of technology and innovation in healthcare delivery. By prioritizing healthcare education and workforce development, healthcare organizations can ensure that patients receive safe, effective, and compassionate care.