Call for Abstract

4th World Congress on Public Health, Nutrition & Epidemiology, will be organized around the theme “”

World Public Health 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in World Public Health 2018

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Clinical Epidemiology
  • Track 1-2palliative aspects of public health
  • Track 1-3Health promotion
  • Track 1-4public health and wellbeing
  • Track 1-5prevention and public health
  • Track 2-1Community health
  • Track 2-2Epidemiologic Methods
  • Track 2-3Health policy and management
  • Track 2-4Principles of Epidemiology
  • Track 2-5Health promotion and communication
  • Track 7-1Nutritional Epidemiology
  • Track 7-2Molecular Epidemiology
  • Track 7-3Environmental Epidemiology
  • Track 7-4Disease Epidemiology
  • Track 7-5Occupational Epidemiology
  • Track 8-1Selective PHC
  • Track 8-2growth monitoring, oral rehydration, breastfeeding, and immunization
  • Track 8-3PHC and population aging
  • Track 8-4PHC and mental health
  • Track 10-1Clinical Studies
  • Track 10-2Treatment enhancements
  • Track 10-3clinical medicine
  • Track 10-4Diagnostic improvements
  • Track 11-1Drug and Alcohol services
  • Track 11-2Adolescent medicine
  • Track 11-3Diseases in adulthood
  • Track 11-4Youth health nursing
  • Track 11-5Health and social challenges
  • Track 11-6Chronic illness
  • Track 11-7Nutrition and physical activity
  • Track 11-8Physical and Sexual Assault
  • Track 12-1Health studies
  • Track 12-2Environmental health services
  • Track 12-3Radiation studies
  • Track 12-4Climate and Health Hazards
  • Track 12-5Climate and Public health
  • Track 12-6Human exposure to environmental chemicals
  • Track 12-7Chemicals and Pollutants
  • Track 12-8Others
  • Track 13-1surgical site infections
  • Track 13-2urinary tract infections
  • Track 13-3Pneumonia
  • Track 13-4bloodstream infections
  • Track 13-5Gastroenteritis
  • Track 14-1Health and safety rules
  • Track 14-2Workplace hazards
  • Track 14-3Occupational health issues
  • Track 15-1Public safety agencies
  • Track 15-2Public health assessment
  • Track 15-3Education and Training
  • Track 15-4Public health programs
  • Track 15-5Community medicine
  • Track 15-6Others
  • Track 18-1eliminate hazards in the population
  • Track 18-2Epidemiology and Ecology
  • Track 18-3prevention through identifying the consequences of workplace
  • Track 19-1influenza
  • Track 19-2bacterial and fungal infections
  • Track 19-3HIV
  • Track 19-4neglected tropical diseases (NTDs)
  • Track 19-5Malaria
  • Track 19-6sexually transmitted infections
  • Track 19-7Tuberculosis
  • Track 19-8mosquito-borne viral infections
  • Track 19-9Polio
  • Track 19-10control and prevention of infectious diseases
  • Track 20-1Improving Health
  • Track 20-2Enhancing quality of life
  • Track 20-3Preventing disease and injury
  • Track 22-1Primary health care
  • Track 22-2Public health policies
  • Track 22-3Health literacy
  • Track 22-4International health inequalities
  • Track 22-5Management of health services
  • Track 22-6Access to healthcare services
  • Track 23-1Infant Care
  • Track 23-2Health Services
  • Track 23-3Disability and Other Impairments
  • Track 23-4Depression Among Women
  • Track 23-5Postpartum Health and Behavior
  • Track 23-6Pregnancy Health and Behaviors
  • Track 23-7Morbidity and Mortality
  • Track 23-8Preconception Health and Behaviors
  • Track 23-9Preterm Birth
  • Track 24-1STD prevention Programs
  • Track 24-2HIV transmission
  • Track 24-3Control of STDs
  • Track 24-4STD diagnosis and treatment
  • Track 24-5HIV/AIDS
  • Track 24-6Others
  • Track 26-1Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Track 26-2Anxiety
  • Track 26-3Schizophrenia
  • Track 26-4Bipolar disorder
  • Track 26-5Personality disorders
  • Track 26-6Sexual and gender disorders