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Acute Pain Management

Acute pain management involves the examination, treatment, and monitoring of pain that occurs suddenly and lasts just a short period. Acute pain alerts the body to possible tissue damage or injury and acts as a protective mechanism. Acute pain must be well managed if patients are to be comfortable, healthy, and recover. Multidisciplinary teams working together to create customized treatment regimens that take into account each patient's particular needs and preferences are necessary for effective acute pain management. Healthcare practitioners may lessen suffering, promote healing, and enhance patient outcomes by rapidly treating acute pain and providing complete treatment.

  • Psychological Interventions
  • Regional Anesthesia
  • Physical Therapy
  • Pharmacological Management
  • Geriatric Acute Pain
  • Trauma Pain Management
  • Sickle Cell Pain Crisis Management
  • Pain Management Protocols
  • Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
  • Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
  • Opioid Analgesics
  • Adjuvant Analgesics
  • Lidocaine Patches
  • Pediatric Pain Management
  • Geriatric Analgesics
  • Lidocaine Patches

Advanced healthcare and Innovative technology

Advanced healthcare and innovative technology are terms used to describe the integration of cutting-edge technical solutions and practices into healthcare delivery systems with the goal of improving patient outcomes, improving treatment quality, and increasing efficiency. Precision medicine, commonly referred to as customized medicine, is the practice of customizing medical interventions and treatments to each patient's unique genetic makeup, lifestyle, and environmental factors. It maximizes therapeutic efficacy and reduces side effects by utilizing developments in proteomics, genomics, and other omics technologies. A vast array of digital instruments and platforms intended to enhance patient involvement, healthcare delivery, and health outcomes are included in the category of digital health technology. Wearable technology, mobile health apps, patient portals, electronic health records (EHRs), and remote monitoring systems are a few examples.

  • Disruptive Innovation
  • Non-disruptive Innovation
  • Technology in healthcare
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare       
  • Smart pills
  • 3D Bioprinting
  • Telehealth technology
  • Surgical planning and biomechanics
  • Endocrinology Healthcare     
  • Digital healthcare and communication
  • Translational Aspects and the Future of Medicine
  • Bioinformatics and Digital Health    
  • Electronic Health Records
  • Digital Health Start-up Forum
  • Tele pharmacy

Behavioral Healthcare

Primary healthcare in behavioral services refers to the integration of mental health and behavioral health services into primary care settings to treat individuals' mental health issues as part of their overall health care. To support holistic, patient-centered care, primary healthcare in behavioral services integrates mental health services into primary care settings, uses a collaborative care approach, offers screening and assessment, brief interventions and counseling, manages medications, makes use of telebehavioral health services, and facilitates care coordination and referrals. All of these strategies work to boost mental health and well-being.

  • Behavioral health disorders
  • Mental and emotional well-being
  • Psychological sicknesses
  • Addictive behaviors
  • Substance Use Disorder Treatment
  • Telebehavioral Health
  • Telepsychiatry and Teletherapy
  • Addictive behavior
  • Rehabilitation Practices
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Schizophrenia

Cardiology and Primary Healthcare

Cardiology and primary healthcare interact in several ways as they work together to provide comprehensive healthcare services for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs). Cardiology and general care work together to provide comprehensive healthcare services that include coordinated care planning, early detection, specialized treatment, and risk factor management to prevent, diagnose, and manage cardiovascular diseases. Healthcare practitioners can enhance cardiovascular results and overall patient well-being by incorporating cardiology services into primary care settings and encouraging interdisciplinary teamwork.

  • congenital heart defects
  • heart failure
  • valvular heart disease
  • coronary artery disease
  • Pulmonary And Critical Care Medicine
  • Cardiovascular Diseases and Heart
  • Hypertension
  • Heart Disease in Women
  • Complications Of Heart Disease
  • Advances In Cardiovascular Imaging
  • electrophysiology’
  • Cardiovascular Risk Assessment and Prevention
  • Hypertension
  • Heart Failure Clinics

Dental Healthcare and Primary Healthcare

The recognition of the close connection between general health and oral health as well as the integration of dental care services into the primary care spectrum are necessary for the integration of oral health into primary healthcare. Integrating oral health into primary healthcare entails taking a holistic approach to well-being, encouraging preventative actions, working with dental specialists, addressing inequalities, and guaranteeing smooth care coordination. Primary healthcare can boost the well-being of individuals and communities by improving health outcomes and acknowledging the significance of oral health within the larger framework of overall health.

  • self-identity
  • self-regulation
  • social competence
  • sense of coherence and coping
  • thought suppression
  • self-evaluation of oral health
  • perceived susceptibility to poor oral health
  • Dental Anesthesiology
  • Endodontics
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
  • Oral Medicine
  • Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics
  • Pediatric Dentistry
  • Periodontics
  • Prosthodontics

Diabetes and Primary Healthcare

Diabetes and primary care are intimately related, as primary care is essential to the prevention, diagnosis, management, and coordination of care for people with diabetes. To optimize health outcomes and quality of life for people with diabetes, primary healthcare plays a crucial role in diabetes prevention, diagnosis, management, and coordination of care. It places a strong emphasis on patient-centered approaches, preventive strategies, comprehensive care delivery, and multidisciplinary collaboration.

  • Insulin
  • Multidisciplinary Collaboration
  • Patient Education and Empowerment
  • pre-diabetes
  • gestational diabetes
  • Gestational Diabetes
  • Diabetes In Young Adults
  • Diabetes And Endocrinology
  • Latest Techniques in Diabetes Diagnosis
  • Diabetes Management

Digital Health in Primary Healthcare

Primary care practices can use digital health to improve patient outcomes, expedite procedures, and improve the delivery of healthcare services. Digital health refers to the integration of digital tools, services, and technologies into primary care practices. This all-encompassing idea includes a variety of tools and applications intended to help patients and healthcare professionals alike. The objective is to improve healthcare's affordability, efficiency, personalization, and accessibility.

  • Shaping the future of primary health care
  • High-quality primary care and essential public health functions
  • Integrating Clinical Support Tools and referral systems into primary healthcare
  • Patient safety by identifying risks and reducing harm
  • Empowerment of the Health Workforce
  • Point-of-care diagnostic testing

Family Medicine and Primary Healthcare

Family medicine and primary healthcare both place an emphasis on providing all-encompassing, patient-centered healthcare within the framework of the home and community. Achieving accessible, all-encompassing, and patient-centered healthcare services for individuals and families throughout their lives is a shared objective of family medicine and primary healthcare. Working together, they strive to satisfy the changing healthcare demands of a variety of populations while promoting health justice, preventative care, chronic illness management, and community well-being.

  • primary care physicians
  • emphasizing disease prevention
  • health promotion
  • Primary care ethics.
  • Geriatrics
  • Hospital Medicine
  • Rural Medicine
  • Palliative Care
  • Academic Medicine

Hepatology and Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Surgery

Specialized medical specialties that address the diagnosis, treatment, and management of diseases affecting the liver, pancreas, and biliary system include hepatology and hepato-pancreato-biliary (HPB) surgery. Diseases involving the liver, pancreas, and biliary system are diagnosed, treated, and managed in conjunction with the related specialties of hepatology and HPB surgery. Hepatologists concentrate on medicinal treatment and liver transplantation, whereas surgeons with expertise in hemorrhagic-pancreatic illnesses perform surgical procedures. These two disciplines work together to offer patients with hepatobiliary and pancreatic diseases full care.

  • Bile Duct Leakage
  • Liver Damage Caused by Cirrhosis
  • Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
  • Anatomical Liver Resection
  • Laparoscopic Liver Resection
  • Staged Liver Resection
  • Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Oncology
  •  Covid-19 effects on gastroenterology practices
  • Gastrointestinal Pathology
  • Pediatric Gastroenterology
  • Gallbladder & Biliary Diseases
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Gastrointestinal Immunology
  • Neuro-Gastroenterology

Infectious Diseases, Chronic and Epidemiology

Infectious diseases are illnesses brought on by pathogenic microorganisms, which might include bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. These germs can spread from person to person, through tainted food or water, or through vectors like ticks or mosquitoes. Chronic diseases are long-term ailments that can endure for years or even a lifetime. They usually develop gradually over time. If neglected or inadequately managed, these illnesses frequently necessitate continuous care and can result in substantial morbidity and mortality. Epidemiology is the study of how health-related states or events are distributed throughout populations, how they are caused, and how to use this information to prevent and manage health issues.

  • Clinical Infectious Diseases
  • Antimicrobial resistance research
  • Global health and infectious diseases
  • Bacterial infections
  • Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Preventive cardiology
  • Metabolic Diseases
  • Chronic Disease Epidemiology
  • Nutrition and weight management
  • Lipid disorders management
  • Asthma and COPD management
  • Smoking cessation programs
  • Genetic Epidemiology
  • Environmental Epidemiology

Interventional Pain Management

Interventional pain management is a subset of pain medicine that focuses on diagnosing and treating pain using minimally invasive treatments that target specific pain generators. The objectives of interventional pain management are to relieve patients' acute or chronic pain, enhance their quality of life, and regain function and mobility. To improve a patient's quality of life and restore function, interventional pain management offers a variety of minimally invasive techniques that are intended to diagnose and treat different forms of pain. Interventional pain management can provide patients with acute or chronic pain issues with effective relief by accurately addressing the source of pain and using localized therapeutic treatments.

  • Spinal Cord Stimulation
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Neuropathic pain syndromes
  • Stem Cell Therapy
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
  • Nerve Blocks
  • Epidural Injections

Maternal and Child Health

Maternal and Child Health centres on the well-being and health care of mothers and children. It encompasses efforts to ensure safe pregnancies, healthy childbirth, and the overall health of mothers, infants, and children. Strategies and interventions aimed at encouraging a healthy and thriving start in existence for mothers and their children globally are discussed in global healthcare conferences on maternal and child health.

  • Emergency preparedness
  • antenatal and postnatal care
  • Paediatric oncology
  • Obstetric Fistula Treatment
  • Preeclampsia: Early Detection and Management
  • Emergency Obstetric Care
  • Paediatric Surgery
  • Abortion
  • Neonatal abstinence syndrome
  • Family dynamics

Medical Pain Management

A range of minimally invasive or non-invasive medical procedures are used to test, diagnose, and treat pain in the field of medical pain management. To increase function, reduce pain, and improve the quality of life for people with acute or chronic pain disorders, medical pain management programs are undertaken. Medical professionals work together in a multidisciplinary manner to treat patients' unique requirements, preferences, and treatment objectives while addressing the complex biopsychosocial components of pain. Medical pain management attempts to offer comprehensive and compassionate care for people with pain by utilizing a variety of pharmacological, physical, psychological, and interventional techniques.

  • Psychological Interventions
  • Analgesic Pharmacotherapy
  • Chiropractic Care
  • Acupuncture and Acupressure
  • Combination Therapy
  • Opioid Management

Mental Health and Psychology

Primary healthcare in mental health and psychology is incorporating mental health services into primary care settings to address the mental health needs of individuals and communities. This method attempts to provide patient-centered, holistic treatment that takes into account both mental and physical health since it acknowledges the intimate relationship between the two. Primary healthcare in psychology and mental health places a strong emphasis on community education, collaborative treatment, complete assessment, early intervention, and easily accessible services. Healthcare systems can better address the mental health needs of individuals and communities by incorporating mental health services into primary care settings. This will enhance overall well-being and improve health outcomes.

  • Psychological Abnormalities
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Behavioral Psychology
  • Personality and Social Psychology
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Mental Health Promotion and Prevention
  • Psychotherapy and Counseling
  • Workplace Mental Healthcare
  • Psychological Abnormalities
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Personality and Social Psychology
  • Abnormal Psychology

Nursing and Primary Healthcare

Primary healthcare and nursing are inextricably intertwined, with nurses playing a critical role in providing individuals and families with all-encompassing, easily accessible, and community-based care. The importance of integrating nursing into primary healthcare stems from the many duties that nurses perform to maintain and improve patient health as well as prevent disease and offer care for patients of all ages. The effectiveness of primary healthcare is largely dependent on nursing. The special combination of abilities that nurses possess, along with their all-encompassing approach to patient care and dedication to illness prevention and health promotion, make them essential to accomplishing the objectives of primary healthcare.

  • Family Primary Care
  • Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
  • Women’s Health Nursing
  • Clinical and Surgical Nursing
  • Mental Health and Psychiatry Nursing
  • Trauma and Emergency Nursing
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Pain Management
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Neonatal Care Nursing
  • Decolonizing global health

Nutrition, Dieticians and Primary Healthcare

In primary care, nutritionists evaluate patients' eating patterns, nutritional status, and general health to pinpoint problem areas and provide individualized nutrition regimens. Primary healthcare dietitians provide MNT to patients with gastrointestinal diseases, diabetes, kidney illness, and food allergies. They customize dietary advice to help patients effectively manage their symptoms. Through dietary treatments and optimal nutrition, nutrition, dietetics, and primary healthcare collaborate to enhance health and well-being. Healthcare professionals may improve chronic disease management, preventative care, and general health outcomes for people and communities by incorporating nutrition and dietetics into primary care settings.

  • Calories
  • Weight Management
  • Vitamins & Supplements
  • Probiotic and Prebiotic Nutrition
  • Dietetics and Malnutrition
  • Nutri-Genetics and Nutri-Genomics
  • diet plan
  • healthy diet
  • low-calorie meal
  • Clinical Nutrition
  • Gerontological Nutrition
  • Internal Medicine
  • Nutritional Endocrinology
  • Nutrition, Health and Wellness
  • Nutraceuticals in Healthcare
  • Precision Nutrition
  • Nutritional Therapy & Treatments

Oncology and Primary Healthcare

A vital component of all-encompassing cancer care is the interaction between general care and oncology. Primary healthcare is critical across the cancer care continuum, from prevention and early detection to diagnosis, treatment, survivorship, and palliative care. A multidisciplinary strategy that combines cancer and primary care services to deliver comprehensive, patient-centered care is the foundation of this partnership. A seamless continuum of care that covers the whole range of cancer care demands is stressed in the link between oncology and primary healthcare. In order to guarantee that patients receive prompt, efficient, and patient-centered treatment throughout their cancer journey, primary care physicians and oncologists should collaborate.

  • Early Diagnosis
  • acute and survivorship phases of cancer care
  • transition points
  • follow-up care plans for survivors
  • changing healthcare environment
  • Hematology
  • Gynecological Oncology       
  • Clinical Oncology and Medical Case Reports
  • Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy
  • Cancer: Life Style Connection, Nutrition & Patient Support
  • Key Role of Pathophysiology in Cancer

Palliative Care

Palliative Care is a unique approach to supporting those with existence-threatening illnesses frequently covered in international healthcare conferences. It seeks to improve their quality of existence by providing physical, emotional, and spiritual assistance. Reducing suffering and improving well-being are the objectives. This compassionate approach is centered on providing kindness and support to patients and their families, ensuring they feel valued and at ease during these trying times.

  • Hospice and Palliative Medicine
  • Paediatric Palliative Care
  • Rehabilitation and Occupational Medicine
  • Gerontology and Geriatrics
  • Midwifery Palliative Care
  • Palliative Wound Care
  • Palliative Therapy
  • Cancer Palliative Care

Pediatrics and Primary Healthcare

Primary care providers are essential to the treatment of children and adolescents, and there is a direct relationship between primary healthcare and pediatrics. Pediatrics and primary healthcare work together to address many facets of child health, including as monitoring growth and development, managing acute and chronic illnesses, and providing family-centered support. The primary goal is to monitor the health and development of children from birth to adolescence by offering complete well-child visits that include regular physical examinations, growth assessments, vaccines, and developmental tests.

  • Neonatology & Perinatology
  • Pediatrics Nursing
  • Pediatric Pharmacology
  • Adolescent Medicine
  • Acute and Chronic Illness Management
  • Pediatric Chronic Disease Management
  • Adolescent Medicine
  • Child Malnutrition
  • Pediatric Immunology
  • Child Nutrition and Development
  • Pediatric Neonatal Diseases
  • Pediatrics Vaccines

Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare

Pharmaceuticals and healthcare are two intertwined industries that are essential to improving health, preventing illness, and treating medical disorders. To promote health, prevent disease, and enhance patient outcomes, medicines, and healthcare are essential parts of the healthcare system. They seek to improve access to safe, effective, and affordable healthcare solutions for people and communities worldwide through cooperative efforts between healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies, regulatory agencies, and other stakeholders. They also aim to advance medical science and develop novel treatment modalities.

  • Food and Drug Administration.
  • Permeability.
  • Bioavailability.
  • Drug Development.
  • Pharmacy
  • Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacotherapy
  • Health Informatics and Digital Health
  • Nano Pharmaceuticals
  • Food and Drug Administration
  • Permeability
  • Biotherapy and Radiopharmaceuticals
  • Drug Development
  • Pharmacy
  • Translational research informatics
  • Personalized medicine
  • Digital pharma
  • Pharmaceutical research and development
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology
  • Cosmeceuticals
  • Drug Targeting and Development
  • Future of the Pharmaceutical Industry

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Physical therapy and rehabilitation are the processes of assessing, treating, and managing musculoskeletal and neurological problems to improve function, mobility, and quality of life. The movement, strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, and general functional condition of a patient are evaluated by physical therapists or PTs. To determine constraints, impairments, and functional objectives, they employ a variety of assessment instruments and methodologies. The goal of rehabilitation is to assist patients in regaining their function, independence, and mobility following disease, surgery, or accident. It seeks to optimize the person's capacity to carry out ADLs (activities of daily living) and engage in worthwhile pursuits. When it comes to helping people with musculoskeletal, neurological, and other diseases regain their independence, physical therapy and rehabilitation are crucial parts of the healthcare process.

  • Orthopedic Physical Therapy
  • Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
  • Neurological Physical Therapy
  • Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
  • Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy
  • Pediatric Physical Therapy
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Geriatric Physical Therapy
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Preventive Medicine and Primary Healthcare

Preventive medicine and primary healthcare are closely related ideas that complement one another to enhance population health outcomes generally, avoid diseases, and promote health and well-being. Promoting health, preventing disease, and enhancing general well-being are the shared objectives of basic healthcare and preventive medicine, two related fields. Healthcare professionals can provide complete, patient-centered treatment that addresses the acute, chronic, and preventive healthcare requirements of individuals and communities by incorporating preventive medicine ideas into their primary healthcare practices.

  • Preventive Medicine Biostatistics
  • Preventive Medicine Health Promotion
  • Veterinary Preventive Medicine
  • Preventive Medicine Hygiene
  • Chronic Disease Prevention
  • Environmental Health and Occupational Medicine
  • Infectious diseases and vaccines
  • Chronic diseases and prevention
  • Community Health Dentist
  • Community Health Benefits
  • Community Health Behavioral

Primary Healthcare and Dermatology

Primary healthcare and dermatology connect in a variety of ways, to address skin health concerns, prevent skin illnesses, and promote overall well-being. Dermatology and primary care work together to provide access to expert dermatological care when necessary, as well as to promote skin health and prevent skin illnesses. Healthcare professionals can enhance patient outcomes related to skin health and overall well-being by incorporating dermatological services into primary care settings and promoting interdisciplinary teamwork.

  • Sunburns
  • Skin cancer
  • Skin infections
  • Eczemas
  • Dermatological Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetics
  • Teledermatology Services
  •  Cosmetic And Aesthetic Surgery
  • Dermatological Ailments
  • Cosmetology And Trichology
  • Allergy And Immunology
  • Reconstructive And Plastic Surgery

Primary Healthcare and Sports Medicine

Sports medicine and primary healthcare have a dynamic and interconnected relationship that centers on improving athletic performance through comprehensive healthcare and preventing, diagnosing, and treating sports-related injuries. The foundation of our connection is the idea that everyone who participates in sports and physical activity, from casual fans to elite athletes, should have easy access to coordinated, continuous care. A complete strategy for managing and enhancing the health and performance of people who participate in sports and physical activities is embodied in the link between primary healthcare and sports medicine. Along with supporting safe and effective sports participation and general physical well-being, this partnership improves the quality of care given to athletes.

  • Orthopedic Sports Medicine
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Sports Psychology
  • Sports Cardiology
  • Concussion Management
  • Sports Rehabilitation

Primary Healthcare in Disease Surveillance

Primary healthcare is crucial for disease surveillance because it serves as a first line of defense for the early identification, tracking, and treatment of illnesses in communities. This function is essential for managing non-communicable diseases, stopping the transmission of infectious diseases, and averting epidemics. Primary healthcare providers make a major contribution to the general health and well-being of the populations they serve through these initiatives.

The multidimensional function of primary healthcare in disease monitoring includes immunization, education, data collecting, early detection, epidemic response, and the management of infectious and non-communicable diseases.

  • Hepatitis Sentinel Surveillance
  • Surgical Site Infection Surveillance
  • Enhanced Meningococcal Disease Surveillance
  • Real-time Syndromic Surveillance in Primary Care
  • Emergency Department Surveillance
  • Enhanced Surveillance of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases

Psychosocial Pain Management

Psychosocial pain management is the process of addressing the intricate relationship among physical pain, psychological suffering, and social issues by incorporating psychological and social therapies into pain management procedures. It acknowledges that pain is a multifaceted phenomenon that is influenced by psychological, emotional, cognitive, and social variables in addition to its physical nature. The goal of psychosocial pain treatment is to enhance pain outcomes, functional capacities, and quality of life by addressing psychological and social elements of pain. For those with acute and chronic pain disorders, psychosocial pain treatment incorporates psychological and social interventions into pain management techniques to address the multifaceted nature of pain and enhance pain outcomes, functional skills, and quality of life.

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Pain Education and Psychoeducation
  • Health Psychology Interventions
  • Interdisciplinary Pain Care

Public and Primary Healthcare

Public and primary healthcare are critical components of global healthcare systems, playing diverse but interwoven responsibilities in improving population health and providing important medical services. Together, public and primary healthcare may prevent illness, promote health, and offer individuals and communities full medical care. They are complementary parts of healthcare systems. Achieving optimal health outcomes and minimizing health inequities within communities requires effective coordination between public health organizations and primary care physicians. Instead of concentrating on the health of individual patients, public healthcare aims to improve the health of populations, communities, and entire societies. The primary goal of primary healthcare is to offer community-based individuals and families comprehensive, ongoing, first-contact medical care.

  • Metabolic Syndrome
  • Management in Public
  • Health Healthcare Services Management
  • Public Health Nutrition
  • Diabetes & Public Health      
  • Whole-of-society approach to health
  • Adolescent health
  • Promotion of proper nutrition
  • Maternal and child healthcare
  • Education on healthcare problems
  • Primary Healthcare and Family Medicine

Public Health and Healthcare Management

Both public health and healthcare administration are separate but related disciplines that are essential to enhancing population health and guaranteeing effective healthcare delivery. The goal of public health is to prevent illness and injury, promote healthy lifestyle choices, and create conditions that promote health and well-being to safeguard and enhance the health of populations. To guarantee the provision of high-quality, reasonably priced care, healthcare management is concerned with the management, structure, and leadership of healthcare organizations and systems. Although public health and healthcare management have different areas of expertise and concentration, they frequently work together to enhance population health and healthcare delivery. Addressing complicated health issues and advancing health equity need collaboration between public health experts and healthcare management.

  • Global Health
  • Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Occupational Health and Safety:
  • Maternal and Child Health
  • Medical Records and Statistics
  • Epidemiology
  • Healthcare Finance
  • Strategic Management Healthcare

Surgery and Anesthesia

The planning, organizing, coordinating, and supervising of healthcare services provided at the primary care level constitutes primary healthcare management. It includes a range of operational, strategic, and administrative tasks meant to guarantee the successful and efficient provision of all-encompassing, patient-centered care in primary healthcare settings. Managing the organization, scheduling, and provision of healthcare services at the primary care level requires a multifaceted strategy, which is known as primary healthcare management. Primary care managers may help ensure that patients receive high-quality, patient-centered care that is accessible and meets their changing healthcare needs by managing the administrative, operational, financial, human resource, quality improvement, and community engagement functions with effectiveness.

  • Innovative technologies in healthcare
  • Marketing Primary Care
  • Promoting Primary Care
  • Improving Quality in Primary Care
  • Primary Health Reforms
  • Primary Care Epidemiology
  • Primary Home Care
  • Primary Care Services

Women’s Healthcare, Gynecology and Obstetrics

Women's healthcare, gynecology, and obstetrics are interconnected medical professions that address women's health and medical requirements throughout their lives, from adolescence to menopause and beyond. To address the specific health needs of women, a broad range of medical treatments are included in the field of women's healthcare. Preventive care, screenings, family planning, fertility services, menopausal management, and gynecological disease management are all included. Gynecology is the medical specialty that deals with the female reproductive system, which includes the vulva, fallopian tubes, uterus, and ovaries. The area of medicine known as obstetrics is dedicated to treating pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum phase.

  • Malnutrition and Morbidity
  • Breast cancer
  • Reproductive Health
  • Obesity
  • Gynecologic Aesthetics
  • Menstrual issues
  • Abortion and Women's Wellness
  • Preventive healthcare and Screenings
  • Reproductive Healthcare        
  • Gynecological Disorders
  •  Contraception and family planning


Primary Healthcare Summit is an international forum designed to convene primary healthcare practitioners, policymakers, and researchers to explore cutting-edge developments, exchange insights, and foster collaborations aimed at advancing primary healthcare worldwide. The summit encompasses a diverse array of subjects, including primary care delivery models, community health initiatives, innovative technologies, and strategies for promoting health equity and accessibility.