About International Conference on Infectious Diseases & Primary Healthcare
Infectious Diseases & Primary Healthcare 2019 welcomes attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world to Melbourne, Australia.
We are delighted to invite you all to attend the “International Conference on Infectious Diseases & Primary Healthcare”, Infectious Diseases & Primary Healthcare 2019, which will be held from March 25 to 26, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia.
The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program and various other programs for participant from all over the world.
Why are we reviewing The Infectious Diseases & Primary Healthcare now?
Here is the answer, which also leads to new innovations.
Health issues and health status continue to change rapidly, with new health problems such as HIV/AIDS having emerged, with non-communicable diseases reaching epidemic proportions in developed and developing countries, and chronic conditions now presenting challenges for which most health systems are ill equipped.
Population demographics continue to present new scenarios, with substantial increases in birth rates in some countries, declines in others, a much larger world population of the elderly, and dramatic changes in life expectancy in the countries most affected by HIV/AIDS.
Socioeconomic trends such as globalization, industrialization and urbanization are transforming how populations live, our sense of community, and the determinants of individual health.
Member State governments continue to rethink their roles and responsibilities in relation to population health and the organization and delivery of healthcare, thus changing the context for health policy development and implementation locally, nationally and internationally.
WHO itself is going through a period of change, with new structures and ways of working, a new Corporate Strategy, and new priorities reflected in the General Programme of Work. Those priorities include significant issues in health care and infectious diseases where healthcare will be playing its part, including: Malaria, Cancer ,TB ,CVD, HIV/AIDS, Diabetes, Maternal Health, Tobacco ,Mental Health, Health Systems Food Safety.
The objective of the conference is:-
To promote the concept of healthcare and related infectious diseases in all countries.
To exchange experience and information on the development of healthcare within the framework of comprehensive national health system and services.
To evaluate the present health and healthcare situation throughout the world as it relates to, and can be improved by, healthcare
To define the principal of healthcare as well as the related infectious diseases and overcoming practical problem in the development of healthcare
To define the roles of governments, national and international organization in technical cooperation and support for the development of healthcare
To formulate recommendations for the development of healthcare