Virtual Conference on Global Public Health & Safety

Theme: Let's make the World "Healthier and Happier"

02nd Oct-03rd Oct 2020

Public health is concerned with protecting the health of entire populations. Epidemiology is the study and analysis of the cause, effect and pattern of diseases. It is the key discipline of public health and identifies risk factors for disease and targets for preventive healthcare. The main part of Epidemiology is to gain new understanding of the correlation of genetic and environmental factors affecting on human health, providing the scientific basis for translation of this knowledge to global health. It is applied to cover the description of epidemic diseases and health related conditions like obesity and high blood pressure.

Nutrition is the supply of materials (food) required by organisms and cells to stay alive. As per the science, nutrition is the science or practice of consuming and utilizing foods. It is the application of nutrition principles to improve or maintain optimal community health and targets the community through enhancements in health policies, health systems, health technology and environmental health. A nutrient is a source of nourishment, a component of food, for instance, protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamin, mineral, fiber, and water. Community nutrition incorporates individuals and interpersonal-level mediations that make changes in learning, states of mind, conduct and wellbeing results among people, families or Small, focused on gatherings inside a community.

Nutritional science is the study of how an organism is nourished and includes the study of Nutrition and metabolism. Nutritional science includes a wide spectrum of disciplines. Nutrients must be obtained from diet, since the human body does not synthesize them and are used to generate energy, notice and respond to environmental surroundings, move, excrete wastes, respire. Healthy food habit is becoming ever more of a science, with new research showing us which foods may decrease our risk of disease, and which are progressively pointed to as the culprits behind ill health. Researchers are looking to better recognise how nutrients work in our bodies by investigating the diets of people with heart disease, cancer, and other diseases, along with research aimed at helping people to lose weight, or maintain weight loss. There are various classes of nutrients such as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, water, vitamins, and minerals which are required for the body to function and maintain overall health.

Nutrition Health Policy rather than considering the health of an individual, we will consider the health of the entire community or certain population. It mainly focuses on preventing infectious diseases, removing contaminants from food and drinking water, reducing pollution, by public health policies (for example administering vaccines for various diseases) etc. since they can affect the entire community. The health of the nation can be influenced by public health policies, such as a tobacco control policy, and by policies in many other sectors. For example, transportation policies can encourage increased physical activity and school nutrition policies can ensure healthier meals are provided in schools. Many national health strategies, plans, and initiatives, such as Healthy People 2020, have policy implications. Policy decisions are also frequently reflected in resource allocations.

Mental Health is a state of well-being during which each individual realises his or her own potential, can cope up with the conventional stresses in life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is ready to give a contribution to his or her community. Many researches show that high levels of mental health are related to increase in learning, creative thinking and productivity, more pro-social behaviour and positive relationships, and with improved physical health and life expectancy. In distinction, mental health conditions causes’ distress, impact on day-to-day functioning and relationships, and are related to poor physical health and premature death from suicide.

Public Health Nursing or community health nursing is a Nursing speciality aimed to improve public health. It is the combination of Nursing and Public health practice used to protect and promote the health of population. It combines all the principles of professional, clinical nursing with public health and community practice. Public health nurses work within communities and focus on different areas to improve the overall health of the people within that community by educating individuals about the healthy lifestyles like educating benefits of various fruits and vegetables, educating about healthy eating plate, educating healthy eating pyramid.

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a class of diseases that involve the heart or blood vessels. CVD includes coronary heart disease, angina, heart attack, congenital heart disease and stroke. It's also known as heart and circulatory disease. Its most common types are: Coronary artery disease, High blood pressure, Cardiac arrest, Congestive heart failure, Arrhythmia, Peripheral artery disease, Stroke, Congenital heart disease

Occupational health and safety (OHS) relates to health, safety, and welfare problems within the work. OHS includes the laws, standards, and programs that area unit geared toward creating the work better for employees, together with co-workers, family members, customers, and alternative stakeholders. Improving a company's occupational health and safety standards ensures smart business, a stronger brand image, and better worker morale.

An emerging infectious disease (EID) is an infectious disease whose incidence has accumulated within the past twenty years and could increase in the near future. Emerging infections account for a minimum of 12-tone music of all human pathogens. EIDs are caused by recently known species or strains (e.g. Severe acute respiratory syndrome, HIV/AIDS)[2] that will have evolved from a illustrious infection (e.g. influenza) or spread to a new population (e.g. West Nile fever) or to a region undergoing ecologic transformation (e.g. Lyme disease), or be reemerging infections, like drug resistant tuberculosis. Nosocomial (hospital-acquired) infections, like methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus are rising in hospitals, and intensely problematic in this they're resistant to several antibiotics.

Public health challenges are not just local, national or regional. They are global. These are not only within the domain of public health specialists. They are among the key challenges to our societies. They are political and cross-sectoral. They are intimately linked to environment and development. They are an important part of national, regional and global security. In today's world we need a change in awareness towards the idea of building global public goods that can help us reap the huge potential benefits of globalization while at the same time keep in mind about the risks and vulnerabilities that comes with it. The main question is one of taking responsibility, of using our democracies to promote change. Investing in health is an obvious choice. It saves lives, millions of lives. But it will also rise up the economy, of poor countries and of the world.

Oral health is integral to general health and is essential to the overall health and wellbeing of all individuals. The early identification of oral disease may contribute to the early diagnosis and treatment for a number of systemic diseases.Oral health means more than healthy teeth. The word “oral” refers to the mouth which includes not only the teeth, gums and supporting tissue, but also the hard and soft palate, the mucosal lining of the mouth and throat, the tongue, the lips, the salivary glands, the chewing muscles and the jaw. The salivary glands are a model of other exocrine glands, and an analysis of saliva can provide clues of overall health or disease. A thorough oral examination can detect signs of nutritional deficiencies as well as a number of systemic diseases, including infections, immune disorders, injuries and some cancers.

Sexual and reproductive health (SRH) is an essential component of the universal right to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health, enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in different international human rights conventions, declarations, and consensus agreements. Sexual and reproductive health desires must be met for both men and women. Human rights standards need states to respect, protect, and fulfill the right to sexual and reproductive health, and states should conjointly ensure that people have the chance to actively participate in the development of health care policy and in individual care decisions —including determining whether and when to have children and in protecting the rights of others to sexual and reproductive health, together with through ensuring violence-free relationships and homes and in seeking info, education, and look after one’s youngsters.

Health Informatics is the practice of collecting, analyzing and managing health data and using medical concepts in conjunction with health information technology systems to help clinicians provide better healthcare. Health informatics, also known as healthcare informatics, has grown as an evolving science with the expansion of electronic health records (EHRs) and health data analytics systems. Public health informatics is the application of computer science, information and technology to the administration of public health, including disease surveillance, prevention, preparedness and health education, according to the American Medical Informatics Association.

Climate change, along with different natural and human-made health stressors, influences human health and illness in various ways. Some existing health threats will intensify and new health threats will emerge. Not everyone is equally at risk. Important considerations include age, economic resources, and location. Public health is often laid low with disruptions of physical, biological, and ecological systems, including disturbances originating here and elsewhere. The health effects of those disruptions embody increased respiratory and cardiovascular disease, injuries and premature deaths associated with extreme weather events, changes within the prevalence and geographical distribution of food- and water-borne diseases and different infectious diseases, and threats to psychological state.

About the Event

Welcome to the Virtual Conference on Public Health and Safety organized by Med2Pharm!!

World-renowned speakers, academicians, researchers, doctors, business experts and delegates across the globe will participate in the conference and discuss the public health challenges and their solutions in a global context. The conference will provide unlimited resources to interact with prominent key persons in the field and greatly expand on your global network of scholars and professionals.

Public Health 2020 will facilitate discussions on a wide range of topics related to improving health at all levels through collaboration and open dialogue and steering tomorrow’s agenda to improve research, education, healthcare, and policy outcomes.

Why to attend Public Health 2020?

Meet your target market with individuals from round the world focused on learning Public Health concerns; this is regularly your single most obvious opportunity to accomplish the most important assemblage of participants from the Universities, Research institutions, and Hospitals. Conduct demonstrations, data, meet with present and potential speakers, make a sprinkle with a replacement wares, and get name acknowledgment at this 2-day event. Incredibly renowned speakers, the chief ongoing procedures, strategies, and furthermore the most current updates Radiology and advancing field’s square measure signs of the gathering.

Conference Benefits:

  1. Continuing Education Hours
  2. Networking Opportunities
  3. Learning New Technologies
  4. Ignite new ideas in current trends
  5. Keynote Speaker & Speaker Opportunity
  6. International Certificated accredited by the scientific committee
  7. Workshop on current research & trending technologies
  8. Training sessions by experts
  9. Conference Kit
  10. Business opportunities
  11. Advertising & Marketing Opportunities
  12. Job Opportunities for students
  13. Sponsorship opportunities
  14. Exhibitor Opportunities

Conference Sessions

Public Health and Epidemiology

Epidemiology is the study of disease occurrence and transmission in a human population, epidemiological studies focus on the distribution and determinants of disease. Epidemiology may also be considered the method of public health—a scientific approach to studying disease and health problems. Epidemiology consists of research methods and specific strategies for counting and calculating the occurrence and risk of disease.

Top Public Health Universities: Harvard University | Johns Hopkins University | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine | University of Washington | Karolinska Institute | University of Toronto | University of Bristol | Columbia University | University College London | University of Oxford | Emory University | Imperial College London | University of Copenhagen | University of Michigan-Ann Arbor | University of California, San Francisco | University of California, Berkeley | University of California, Los Angeles | University of Cambridge | Utrecht University | Boston University | Pompeu Fabra University | The University of Melbourne | The University of Queensland | Erasmus University Rotterdam | University of Basel | University of British Columbia | Yale University | McGill University | Stanford University

Public Health and Nutrition

Nutrition is the supply of materials (food) needed by organisms and cells to remain alive. As per the science, nutrition is the science or practice of consuming and utilizing foods. It is the application of nutrition principles to enhance or maintain optimum community health and targets the community through enhancements in health policies, health systems, health technology and environmental health. A nutrient is a source of nourishment, a part of food, as an example, protein, sugar, fat, vitamin, mineral, fiber, and water. Community nutrition incorporates people and interpersonal-level mediations that create changes in learning, states of mind, conduct and well-being results among individuals, families or small, targeted on gatherings within a community.

Top Public Health Associations: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) | American Public Health Organization (APHO) | Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) | American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) | Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) | Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH) | California Association of Public Health Laboratory Directors | Caribbean Epidemiology Centre (CAREC) | The Carter Center | Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) | National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) | National Association of Local Boards of Health (NALBOH) | National Cervical Cancer Coalition (NCCC) | National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) | National Institutes of Health (NIH) | Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) | The Public Health Foundation (PHF) | Public Health Laboratory Service, United Kingdom | US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps | World Health Organization (WHO)

Mental Health

Mental Health is a state of well-being during which each individual realises his or her own potential, can cope up with the conventional stresses in life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is ready to give a contribution to his or her community. Many researches show that high levels of mental health are related to increase in learning, creative thinking and productivity, more pro-social behaviour and positive relationships, and with improved physical health and life expectancy. In distinction, mental health conditions causes’ distress, impact on day-to-day functioning and relationships, and are related to poor physical health and premature death from suicide.

Other Public Health Conferences: 6th International Conference on Public Health, Bangkok, 09-10 July 2020 | 3rd Global Public Health Conference, Bangalore, 13-14 February 2020 | 5th World Congress on Public Health and Nutrition, London, 24-25 February 2020 | 12th European Public Health Conference, France, 20-23 November 2019 | 16th World Congress on Public Health, Rome, 12 - 17 October 2020 | 9th World Congress on Public Health, Nutrition & Epidemiology, Tokyo, 11-12 May 2020 | 5th World Congress on Public Health and Health Care Management, Miami, 16-17 April 2020 | 6th International Conference on Public Health 2020, Bali, 01-02 December 2020 | 3rd International Conference on Public Health 2020, Bangkok, 22-23 May 2020 | 6th Annual International Conference on Public Health, Athens, 22-25 June 2020 | 3rd International Conference of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Bangkok, 13-15 December 2019

Health and Climate Change

Climate change, along with different natural and human-made health stressors, influences human health and illness in various ways. Some existing health threats will intensify and new health threats will emerge. Not everyone is equally at risk. Important considerations include age, economic resources, and location. Public health is often laid low with disruptions of physical, biological, and ecological systems, including disturbances originating here and elsewhere. The health effects of those disruptions embody increased respiratory and cardiovascular disease, injuries and premature deaths associated with extreme weather events, changes within the prevalence and geographical distribution of food- and water-borne diseases and different infectious diseases, and threats to psychological state.

Top Public Health Universities: Harvard University | Johns Hopkins University | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine | University of Washington | Karolinska Institute | University of Toronto | University of Bristol | Columbia University | University College London | University of Oxford | Emory University | Imperial College London | University of Copenhagen | University of Michigan-Ann Arbor | University of California, San Francisco | University of California, Berkeley | University of California, Los Angeles | University of Cambridge | Utrecht University | Boston University | Pompeu Fabra University | The University of Melbourne | The University of Queensland | Erasmus University Rotterdam | University of Basel | University of British Columbia | Yale University | McGill University | Stanford University

Environmental Health

Environmental health addresses all the physical, chemical, and biological factors external to an individual, and all the connected factors impacting behaviours. It encompasses the assessment and management of the environmental factors which will potentially have an effect on health. It is targeted towards preventing illness and making health-supportive environments. This definition excludes behaviour not associated with environment, as well as behaviour associated with the social and cultural environment, and genetics.

Top Public Health Associations: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) | American Public Health Organization (APHO) | Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) | American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) | Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) | Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH) | California Association of Public Health Laboratory Directors | Caribbean Epidemiology Centre (CAREC) | The Carter Center | Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) | National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) | National Association of Local Boards of Health (NALBOH) | National Cervical Cancer Coalition (NCCC) | National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) | National Institutes of Health (NIH) | Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) | The Public Health Foundation (PHF) | Public Health Laboratory Service, United Kingdom | US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps | World Health Organization (WHO)

Occupational Health & Safety

Occupational health and safety (OHS) relates to health, safety, and welfare problems within the work. OHS includes the laws, standards, and programs that area unit geared toward creating the work better for employees, together with co-workers, family members, customers, and alternative stakeholders. Improving a company's occupational health and safety standards ensures smart business, a stronger brand image, and better worker morale.

Emerging Infectious Diseases (EIDs)

An emerging infectious disease (EID) is an infectious disease whose incidence has accumulated within the past twenty years and could increase in the near future. Emerging infections account for a minimum of 12-tone music of all human pathogens. EIDs are caused by recently known species or strains (e.g. Severe acute respiratory syndrome, HIV/AIDS)[2] that will have evolved from a illustrious infection (e.g. influenza) or spread to a new population (e.g. West Nile fever) or to a region undergoing ecologic transformation (e.g. Lyme disease), or be reemerging infections, like drug resistant tuberculosis. Nosocomial (hospital-acquired) infections, like methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus are rising in hospitals, and intensely problematic in this they're resistant to several antibiotics.

Sexual and Reproductive Health

Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) is an important part of the universal right to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health, given in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in other international human rights protocols, declarations, and consensus agreements. Sexual and reproductive health needs must be fulfilled for both men and women. Human rights protocols require states to respect, protect, and fulfil the right to sexual and reproductive health, and states must also ensure that individuals have the opportunity to actively participate in the development of health care policy and in individual care decisions —including determining whether and when to have children and in protecting the rights of others to sexual and reproductive health, including by ensuring violence-free relationships and homes and in seeking information, education, and care for one’s children.

 

Top Public Health Associations: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) | American Public Health Organization (APHO) | Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) | American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) | Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) | Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH) | California Association of Public Health Laboratory Directors | Caribbean Epidemiology Centre (CAREC) | The Carter Center | Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) | National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) | National Association of Local Boards of Health (NALBOH) | National Cervical Cancer Coalition (NCCC) | National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) | National Institutes of Health (NIH) | Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) | The Public Health Foundation (PHF) | Public Health Laboratory Service, United Kingdom | US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps | World Health Organization (WHO)

 

Public Health Challenges and Issues

Public health challenges are not just local, national or regional. They are global. These are not only within the domain of public health specialists. They are among the key challenges to our societies. They are political and cross-sectoral. They are intimately linked to environment and development. They are an important part of national, regional and global security. In today's world we need a change in awareness towards the idea of building global public goods that can help us reap the huge potential benefits of globalization while at the same time keep in mind about the risks and vulnerabilities that comes with it. The main question is one of taking responsibility, of using our democracies to promote change. Investing in health is an obvious choice. It saves lives, millions of lives. But it will also rise up the economy, of poor countries and of the world.

Health Informatics

Health Informatics is the practice of collecting, analyzing and managing health data and using medical concepts in conjunction with health information technology systems to help clinicians provide better healthcare. Health informatics, also known as healthcare informatics, has grown as an evolving science with the expansion of electronic health records (EHRs) and health data analytics systems. Public health informatics is the application of computer science, information and technology to the administration of public health, including disease surveillance, prevention, preparedness and health education, according to the American Medical Informatics Association.

Market Analysis

An estimated 12.6 million deaths each year are attributable to unhealthy environments - nearly one in four of total global deaths. Environmental risk factors, such as air, water and soil pollution, chemical exposures, climate change and ultraviolet radiation, contribute to more than 100 diseases and injuries.

In Asia:

The Asian healthcare market is expected to grow from $1835 billion in 2016 to over $2660 billion by 2020. This is mainly due to improved access to healthcare facilities amid increased government and private investments in addition to government initiatives that promote medical insurance and foreign investment. Cumulatively, this has seen a rise in the demand for healthcare services and pharmaceutical products. India is experiencing 22-25 per cent growth in medical tourism and the industry is expected to reach US$ 9 billion by 2020. There is a significant scope for enhancing healthcare services considering that healthcare spending as a percentage of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is rising. The government’s expenditure on the health sector has grown to 1.4 per cent in FY18E from 1.2 per cent in FY14. The Government of India is planning to increase public health spending to 2.5 per cent of the country's GDP by 2025.

In Europe:

The European healthcare market is expected to grow from around $2080 billion in 2016 to around $2125 billion in 2020. This region has not witnessed a significant increase in the market size due to decrease in government expenditures due to weak economic conditions in many countries. Aging population poses a threat to the economy as it impacts the economy and increases government spending on healthcare and pensions. The estimates show that the population aged 65 and above in the European region is set to rise to 224 million in 2050. Italy has the highest percentage of elderly (above 65 years) population in Europe at 22%.

Europe's total GDP was $19.9 trillion in 2016 accounting for 26.7% of global GDP. Europe is one of the major global economic blocks. Many of the leading European countries form part of the European Union, a free trade and movement block with a single currency.

In USA:

U.S. health care spending increased 3.9 percent to reach $3.5 trillion, or $10,739 per person in 2017. Health care spending growth in 2017 was similar to average growth from 2008 to 2013, which preceded the faster growth experienced during the 2014-15 period that was marked by insurance coverage expansion and high rates of growth in retail prescription drug spending. The overall share of gross domestic product (GDP) related to health care spending was 17.9 percent in 2017, similar to that in 2016 (18.0 percent). The emergence of personalized medicine, increased use of exponential technologies, and entry of disruptive and non-traditional competitors, the demand for expanded care delivery sites, and revamped payment and public funding models are all impacting the financial performance of the health care ecosystem. Between 2017-2022, global health care spending is expected to rise 5.4 percent annually to just over $10 trillion.

In Africa: South Africa currently runs a two-tiered healthcare system, comprising of the public and the smaller, rapidly -growing private sector. The country spent 9% of its GDP on healthcare in 2017, which is 4% higher than the WHO’s recommended spending for a country of its socioeconomic status. Despite this high expenditure, health outcomes are still trailing in comparison with similar middle-income countries, mostly due to the inequities between the public and private sectors. To eliminate this inequality, the government is in the process of implementing National Health Insurance (NHI) to establish universal healthcare. This coverage will provide the population with required healthcare and financial protection to all citizens. Out of 1 billion inhabitants, 90% will be under 60 age group which tends to transform the healthcare industry in Africa.

In 2016, Flint Atlantic (Nigerian based healthcare impact investment firm) announced an investment jointly with US-based Polaris Partners (Polaris), a leading global healthcare venture capital firm to fund AHN’s expansion in Rwanda and across Africa over the next two years. Private providers sense opportunity in Africa healthcare, for instance, in Nigeria, where it has sold portable ultrasound scanners, GE has trained carers in remote villages how to identify the biggest pregnancy-complication risks.

In Australia: The Health Services subdivision includes a range of health services and facilities. General hospitals are the subdivision's largest revenue driver, accounting over half of Australia's health services revenue. General practitioners, clinical specialists and dentists also represent significant revenue streams for the subdivision. Australia's growing and ageing population, combined with expanding private health insurance coverage, is expected to generate strong demand for health services over the five years through 2018-19. Rising demand has primarily driven revenue growth, as inflation has outpaced increases in Medicare benefits per service and schedule fees in some industries.

Emerging Trends in Public Health:

A key problem affecting global health is the lack of focus of research and development (RnD) on medicines and technologies that are appropriate for low and middle income countries. There are several reasons for this including:

  1. RnD costs are high and so are focused on issues where there are large affluent markets.
  2. Low and middle income countries do not have their own health related RnD capacity

This situation is compounded by international patents and trade agreements that increase the cost of medicines and technologies for low and middle income countries.

The World Health Organisation has been active in working to alleviate this situation recently leading to an International resolution on research, development and innovation (RDI) in May 2013.  This will lead to the “implementation of a few health research and development demonstration projects to address identified gaps that disproportionately affect developing countries” but there remains lots of progress to be made in this area if an equitable global health agenda is to be realised.

Intellectual Property Rights (IPR):

International agreements relating t0 IPR (e.g. the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights – TRIPS Agreement) are particularly controversial when it comes to global health and also global economic development. Countries with strong pharmaceutical and medical industries support restrictive IPR as this supports the profitability of these industries and also helps to ensure that these industries engage in continued research and development activities. For low and middle income industries the priority is to obtain access to medicines at a price that is affordable for their population and also to foster their own research and development capacity.

Information Communications Technologies (ICTs) and Health:

There are a wide variety of technology types that have an important role to play in global health including drugs, diagnostics, medical imaging etc. ICTs are a technology type of particular interest to us through our involvement with Physiopedia. Three types of health ICT are identified as important:

Telemedicine – use of communication technologies for the support of healthcare delivery over a distance (e.g. patient consultation by telephone or web conferencing, support of a local healthcare professional by experts at a distance and health education at a distance).

eHealth –  connecting stakeholders to allow the sharing and use of health related data for individual treatment or setting overall policies (e.g. electronic medical records). NB eHealth is also used as an encompassing term for all electronic support of health that includies telemedicine and mHealth.

mHealth – health practices supported by the use of mobile devices (e.g. the use of SMS messages to send reminders that facilitate treatment compliance).

Our Organizing Committee

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Roy RilleraMarzo

Deputy Dean Asia Metropolitan University, Malaysia

Professor Dr. Roy RilleraMarzo is a Public Health Physician and Research Scholar. He is currently th
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Leena Sankla FFPH, FRSPH

Co-Founder & Director Solutions4Health, United Kingdom

Dr Leena is Co-founder and Director of Public Health at Solutions 4 Health, a pioneering artificial
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Ilknur Tanboga

Professor at Marmara University, Turkey

Professor Ilknur Tanboga was born in Eskiaehir/Turkey in 1950. She received PhD from Hacettepe Unive
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Ahmed G Hegazi

Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, National Research Center

Dr. Ahmed G. Hegazi is working as a professor of Microbiology & Immunology at National Research Cent
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Dr Sam Vaknin

Visiting Professor of Psychology, Southern Federal University

Sam Vaknin is Visiting Professor of Psychology, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia a
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