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Annual Congress & Medicare Expo on Primary Healthcare , will be organized around the theme “Consolidating Knowledge Exchange to Improve Primary Healthcare Outcomes”

Primary Healthcare 2016 is comprised of 12 tracks and 57 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Primary Healthcare 2016.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

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Primary Healthcare is the essential health care that is predicated on scientifically sound and universally acceptable methods and technology, which make health care accessible to individuals and families in a community. Selective Primary Health Care (SPHC) emphasized the cost-effectiveness of vertical programs with measurable results.  In addition, an important part of selective primary health care was the creation of political will for funding opportunities. Some global health analysts argue that comprehensive primary health care was an experiment that failed; others contend that it was never truly tested. Comprehensive primary health care (CPHC) is a framework conceived as a global strategy to reduce inequities in health between and within nations and emphasising community action.

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  • Track 1-1Selective Primary Healthcare
  • Track 1-2Comprehensive Primary Healthcare
  • Track 1-3Integrative Primary Healthcare

Primary medicines are those that satisfy the primary health care needs of the population. They are selected with due regard to public health relevance, evidence on efficacy and safety, and comparative cost-effectiveness.Primary Care Nursing is a system of nursing care delivery which emphasizes continuity of care and responsibility acceptance by having one registered nurse (RN), often teamed with a licensed practical nurse (LPN) and/or nursing assistant (NA), who together provide complete care for a group of patients throughout their stay in a hospital unit or department. Primary health care nurses adopt the definition of health in the Declaration of Alma-Ata that health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Primary health care nurses have professional, legal and ethical responsibilities which require demonstration of a satisfactory knowledge base, accountability for practice, functioning in accordance with legislation affecting nursing and health care, and the protection of individual and group rights. 

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  • Track 2-1Primary Care Cancer
  • Track 2-2Primary Care Cardiology
  • Track 2-3Primary Care Nephrology
  • Track 2-4Primary Care Internal Medicine
  • Track 2-5Primary Care Diabetes
  • Track 2-6Primary Care Dermatology

Family medicine  is a therapeutic forte committed to extensive social insurance for individuals of all ages; the specialist is named a family doctor, family specialist, or once in the past family professional. It is a division of primary healthcare that gives proceeding with and thorough medicinal services for the individual and family over all ages, genders, Migrant Health Infectious diseases, and parts of the body. It is in knowledge of the patient in the connection of the family and the group, emphasizing disease prevention and wellbeing advancement. As indicated by the World Organization of Family Doctors, the point of family medication is to give individual, comprehensive, and proceeding with look after the person in the connection of the family and the community.

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  • Track 3-1Physiotherapy in Primary Healthcare
  • Track 3-2Surgery in Primary Healthcare
  • Track 3-3Primary Care in Infectious diseases
  • Track 3-4Hiv-AIDS Primary Care
  • Track 3-5Family Medicine Primary Care

Engaging primary care practices in quality improvement (QI) activities is essential to achieving the triple aim of improving the health of the population, enhancing patient experiences and outcomes, and reducing the per capita cost of care, and to improving provider experience. Primary care practices with a strong QI orientation continually seek to improve their own performance and the outcomes of their patients. Primary care is the cornerstone of health care that is effective and efficient and meets the needs of patients, families, and communities. To ensure these efforts are successful, there is a need to build and sustain the ability of primary care practices to engage in QI activities in a continuous and effective way. Practitioners are encouraged to embrace innovation within their practice to further escalate the treatment process and improve patient outcomes. Electronic modes of communication, education and training are now commonplace in Innovative primary care. 

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  • Track 4-1Primary Care Optometry
  • Track 4-2Regional Primary Care
  • Track 4-3Innovative Primary Care
  • Track 4-4Primary Care Psychology

Primary Care nurses have professional, legal and ethical responsibilities which require demonstration of a satisfactory knowledge base, accountability for practice, functioning in accordance with legislation affecting nursing and health care, and the protection of individual and group rights. Primary care Services include  health promotion, illness prevention, midwifery, antenatal and postnatal care, treatment and care of sick people, rehabilitation and palliation, community development, population and Nursing public health, education and research, policy development and advocacy. Primary care services are provided by professionals—usually general practitioners and nurses - in the community. 

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  • Track 5-1Primary Healthcare Services
  • Track 5-2Primary Care Support Services
  • Track 5-3Primary Care Clinic Management

Paediatrics deals with the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents, and the age limit usually ranges from birth up to 18 years of age. A medical specialist who practices in this area is known as a paediatrician. The word paediatrics mean "healer of children"; they derive from two Greek words. Paediatricians work both in hospitals, particularly those working in its specialized subfields such as neonatology, and as primary care physicians who specialize in children. In medical contexts, new-born refers to an infant in the first 28 days after birth; the term applies to premature infants, post mature infants, and full term infants. Before birth, the term foetus is used. 

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  • Track 6-1Child Primary Care
  • Track 6-2Pre & Perinatal Primary Care
  • Track 6-3Neonatology for Primary Care
  • Track 6-4Pediatric Mental Health Care
  • Track 6-5Pediatric Genetic Disorders

Primary Home Care is a medically related personal care service prescribed by a physician as part of a client’s plan of care. Primary Home Care is available to eligible Medicaid clients whose health problems cause them to be functionally limited in performing activities of daily living. Each client’s services are provided by a Primary Home Care attendant. Primary Home Care assists the client with: Housekeeping, Laundry, Meal Preparation, Grocery Shopping, Personal health Care, and Escort to Physician’s office. Primary Home Care provides the best care for your loved ones, giving them the necessary care, attention and assistance to live at home peacefully and comfortably.

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  • Track 7-1Elderly Homecare
  • Track 7-2Hospice Homecare
  • Track 7-3Private Homecare
  • Track 7-4Quality Homecare

Community-Oriented Primary Care (COPC) is a systematic process for identifying and addressing the health problems of a defined population. It can be implemented with the resources available in most communities. In COPC, a team of health professionals and community member’s work in partnership over a long period, diagnosing and treating a community in much the same way as does a primary care physician with an individual patient.

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  • Track 8-1Primary Healthcare in Community
  • Track 8-2Community Healthcare
  • Track 8-3Community Healthcare Services

Health Management or Healthcare Management is related to leadership, management and administration of health care systems, public health systems, hospitals, and hospital networks. Generally management of a single institution is also referred to as Health service management. There are different associations related to health systems management that can be categorized as institutional or personal membership groups. Personal membership groups are joined by individuals typically focused on their individual skills & career development. Bigger personal membership groups include the College of Healthcare Executives, the Healthcare Management Associations, and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. 

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  • Track 9-1Marketing Primary Care
  • Track 9-2Promoting Primary Care
  • Track 9-3Primary Health Reforms
  • Track 9-4Health Care-Law, Policy and Regulation
  • Track 9-5Improving Quality in Primary Care

Primary care epidemiology can contribute to wider improvements in health and healthcare services, through better understanding of disease aetiology, use of healthcare services and the role of different healthcare interventions. Primary care is delivered by a wide range of health professionals, nurses, doctors, care assistants, mental health specialists, dieticians, pharmacists, dentists, optometrists and other health care professionals.

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  • Track 10-1General Practice Epidemiology
  • Track 10-2Practical Healthcare Epidemiology
  • Track 10-3Primary Care and Ageing
  • Track 10-4Practical Hospital Epidemiology

Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioners (PHC NPs) are registered nurses, who are specialists in primary health care, who provide accessible, comprehensive and effective care to clients of all ages. They are experienced nurses with additional nursing education which enables them to provide individuals, families, groups and communities with health services in health promotion, disease and injury prevention, cure, rehabilitation and support for lifestyle diseases like hypertension, diabetes mellitus, dyslipidaemia, and obesity and weight management associated with cardiovascular diseases . 

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  • Track 11-1Health Promotion and Protection
  • Track 11-2Diagnosis of Health Status
  • Track 11-3Plan of Care and Implementation of Treatment
  • Track 11-4Ensuring the Quality of Healthcare

Family Care is a comprehensive and flexible long-term care service system, which strives to foster people's independence and quality of life, while recognizing the need for interdependence and support. Family medicine (FM), formerly Family Practice (FP), is a medical specialty devoted to comprehensive health care for people of all ages, i.e. family health, the specialist is named a family physician, family doctor, or formerly family practitioner.

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  • Track 12-1Family Healthcare
  • Track 12-2Family Healthcare Services
  • Track 12-3Nutrition in Primary Care
  • Track 12-4Family Medicine
  • Track 12-5Dental Family Care