8th Edition of International Conference on

Family Medicine & Primary Care

Theme: Emphasizing latest Innovations in Family Medicine and Primary Care

Event Date & Time

Event Location

Madrid, Spain

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Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Tracks & Key Topics

Primary Care 2018

ABOUT CONFERENCE

EuroScicon invites all the participants from all over the world to attend "8th Edition of International Conference on Family Medicine & Primary Care" during December 13-14, 2018 in Madrid, SpainThe conference highlights the theme “Emphasizing latest Innovations in Family Medicine and Primary Care”.

Following the great success of the 7th Edition of International Conference on Family Medicine & Primary CareFebruary 22-24, 2018 Paris, France. Euroscicon is organizing the 8th Edition of International Conference on Family Medicine & Primary Care  during December 13-14, 2018 in Madrid, Spain.

This gathering will bear some significance with anybody frightened in getting the hang of sharing issues and encounters in regards to Family Medicine & Primary Care and its related areas of Medicine and Health Care. Primary Care gets driving and experienced Professors, Primary Care Physicians, Basic and Clinical Research Scientists, Integrated Health Professionals, Primary Care Nurses, Students, Industry Professionals, Health Promoters and some more. This will be one of the best in the EuroScicon yearly Primary Care Meetings arrangement. There will be open doors for those introduced at the meeting to distribute a composition in light of their introduction in the Journal of Quality in Primary Care.

ABOUT US: EUROSCICON is the longest running independent life science events company with a predominantly academic client base. Our multi professional and multispecialty approach creates a unique experience that cannot be found with a specialist society or commercially.

Benefits of Attending:

  • Participants can gain direct access to a core audience of professionals and decision makers and can increase visibility through branding and networking at the conference
  • Learn and discuss key news and challenges with senior level speakers.
  • With presentations, panel discussions, roundtable discussions, and workshops, we cover every topic from top to bottom, from global macro issues to strategies to tactical issues.
  • Exchange ideas and network with leading physicians, general practitioners, family practitioners, Nurse practitioners and other experts from more than 40 countries
  • Discuss quality initiatives that can be applied in the practice
  • Discuss ways to collaborate in putting quality initiatives in place throughout the General medicine and General Practice

 

TRACKS

Track 1: Primary Care Physicians

A Primary care doctor could be a Physician who provides each the primary contact for an individual with an unknown health concern also as continued care of various medical conditions, not limited by cause, organ system, or diagnosing. Usually, PCPs will treat conditions in their own ways. Most PCPs are doctors, however nurse practitioners and even physician assistants will typically also be PCPs. one among a PCP's most significant jobs is to assist keep children from obtaining sick within the first place. This can be known as preventive care.

Track 2: Primary Care Nursing

Primary Care Nurses are nurse practitioners who work with a particular patient over a long period of time. Some have more than one patient, but they work with them one on one for extended periods. They may be designated to a specific patient within a hospital setting, or may work as in home care for private patients. This field of Nursing can be highly stressful or easy-going depending on the nature of the patient and the nature of his or her current condition and symptoms. Some primary care nurses care of patients with low priority care needs, administering medication and counselling, while others work with high priority patients who might need more care and a combination of medications and therapeutic treatments. Primary care nurses work administering medication, educating and counselling patients and patient’s families on diagnosis and treatments, planning treatment strategy and implementing treatment, assessing patients, and monitoring a patient’s vital signs. Primary care nurses work in a number of settings such as hospitals, private clinics, mental health facilities, nursing homes, and private in-home care. They may require particular instruments and equipment, or may rely on simple traditional methods of treatment. Some primary care nurses utilize new holistic practices, while others work under the direction of an acting physician.

Track 3: Primary Care Medicine

Primary Care Medicines are those who satisfy the primary health care needs of the population. They are selected with due reference to public health connection, proof on effectiveness and safety, and comparative cost-effectiveness. A primary care doctor is a specialist in Family Medicine, internal medicine or Paediatrics World Health Organization provides definitive care to the undifferentiated patient at the purpose of first contact, and takes continuing responsibility for providing the patient's comprehensive care. Primary care nurses adopt the definition of health within the Declaration of Alma-Ata that health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not simply the absence of disease or infirmity. Physical therapy Specialists offer Primary Health Care experience in health promotion, prevention and screening, triaging, and treating numerous conditions. Primary care providers play a vital role in caring for cancer and Metastasis. Capital Intensity within the nursing care Facilities industry is low. The industry requires comparatively high amounts of labour input and only moderate levels of capital input. For each $1.00 spent on labour, only $0.06 is spent on capital equipment. This figure has remained comparatively unchanged over the past 5 years. Total labour prices represent regarding 41.9% of industry revenue. Significant levels of private and Nursing Care are provided to patients.

Track 4: Quality In Primary Care

Primary Care Quality refers to commitment to continuously up the standard of care, specializing in the preferences and desires of those who use services. The goal of health care is to produce medical resources of top quality to all or any World Health Organization would like them. General practice incorporates a key role to play in promoting health both at an individual and community level. Primary care clinicians have got to increase their capability, capability and responsibility for clinical quality improvement. Primary Care Practices with a vigorous qi orientation frequently seek to ameliorate their own performance and also the outcomes of their patients. Primary care is that the cornerstone of health care that's efficacious and efficient and meets the desiderata of patients, families, and communities.

Track 5: Primary Healthcare

Primary care is that the extremely necessary initial care that's based on scientifically well-done and universally acceptable methods and technology, that create health care simple to urge to individuals and families in a very community. The International Classification of primary care (ICPC) is a standardized tool for understanding and analysing data on interventions in primary care by the reason for the patient visit. Driven by population magnification and aging, the overall number of office visits to primary care medicos is projected to increment from 462 million in 2008 to 565 million in 2025. Medical care additionally includes several basic mother-based and child health care services, like family planning services and vaccinations. Comprehensive Primary Care is an approach to health care that highlights social justice, equity, community control and social change.

Track 6: Family Medicine and Primary Care

Family medicine could be a restorative strength focused on board social protection for people of all ages; the professional is known as a family doctor, family specialist, or once within the past family proficient. It is a phase of primary healthcare that has continuing with and thorough medicinal services for the individual and family over all ages, genders, Migrant Health Infectious diseases, and parts of the body. As expressed by the world Organization of Family Doctors, the aim of family medication is to provide individual, comprehensive, and proceeding with look after the person within the connection of the family and the community. The issues of qualities hidden this follow are commonly called primary care ethics. Of the primary care (Family Pharmaceutical, General Inside Medication, and Paediatrics), family doctors offer the most care, overseeing regarding one-fourth of all primary care visits including Cancer research, cardiology diseases, Dental healthcare, diabetes and Obesity, Skin healthcare, HIV-AIDS healthcare.

Track 7: Public Health

Public health is that the science dealing with prevention there is an illness that is a threat to the general health of a community, still like prolonging life and promoting health. The aims area unit achieved through the organized efforts and informed decisions of society, public and private organizations, communities and people. It bases on health analysis of a handful of people or all the inhabitants of several continents instead of on an individual. Public health includes such elements as epidemiology, biostatistics, health services, environmental, social, behavioural, and occupational health.

Track 8: Health Maintenance

A systematic program or procedure planned to resist illness, maintain maximum function, and advocate health. It is central to health care, chiefly to nursing care at all levels i.e.., primary, secondary, and tertiary and in all patterns. The Health Maintenance System alerts medical staff on the estimate of preventative care expectations for any determined patient beside treatment standards; need to maintain the persistent disease conditions of the patient.

Track 9 : Palliative Care

Palliative care is a multidisciplinary approach that upgrades the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problem related to life-threatening illness, through the prevention and solace of suffering by means of early identification and exemplary assessment and treatment of pain and other problems, physical, psychosocial and spiritual - World Health Organization. Palliative care is provided by a distinctively-skilled team of doctors, nurses and other specialists who come together and work with a patient’s other doctors to furnish an extra layer of support. It is suitable at any age and at any phase in a severe illness, and it can be provided along with therapeutic treatment.

Track 10: Community Health Services

Community Health Workers are known by many different names in different countries. (CHW) embraces a variety of community health in the communities from which they come. A widely accepted definition was proposed by WHO: Community health workers should be members of the communities should be selected by for their activities, should be supported by the health system but not necessarily a part of its organization, and have shorter training than functions related by the health services and national certification authority.

Track 11: Clinical Health Services

Clinical health service means a particular diagnostic, therapeutic, rehabilitative, preventive or palliative method or a series of such methods that may be individually recognised for billing and accounting purposes. It mainly concentrates on disease prevention, community, and individual education and wellness. The programs under clinical health service comprises of  traditional preventive health services such as immunizations, maternal-child health care, and communicable disease control, fixed assistance programs such as WIC, and supplemental food program, and developed medical services such as Primary care for Children and adults, and dental services.

Track 12: Gerontology

Geriatric Medicine focuses on health care of elderly people. Its objective is to boost health by preventing and treating diseases and disabilities in older adults. There is no age limit at which patients may be under the care of a geriatrician or geriatric physician, a physician who specializes in the care of elderly people. Rather, this decision is regulated by the individual patient's requirements, and the availability of a specialist. It is significant to note the difference between geriatrics, the care of aged people, and gerontology, which is the study of the aging process itself. Geriatrics differs from traditional adult medicine because it focuses on the distinct needs of the elderly person.

Track 13: Patient Safety In Family Medicine

Patient safety is sometimes equated with preventing error. This seems innocent enough, but is a potentially limiting assumption. There is no question that an understanding of error is fundamental to patient safety; however, there are differences of view as to whether the focus of patient safety research and practice should be on error or on harm. However, when we consider the overall aim of Patient Safety there are a number of reasons for keeping harm in the forefront of our minds.

Track 14: Primary Care Health Records

Electronic health records or “EHRs” make it possible for your health care providers to better manage your care through secure use and sharing of health information. Electronic health records are similar to electronic medical records, which are a digital version of the paper charts in a health care provider’s office. However, electronic health records are built to share information with other health care providers, such as laboratories and specialists, so they contain information from all the clinicians involved in your care.

Track 15: Pharmacology and Pain Management for Primary Care

Pain is among the foremost common reasons patients look for medical attention, and therefore the care of patients with pain could be an important problem within the United States. Acute pain (mild-to-moderate intensity) represents one among the most frequent complaints encountered by primary care physicians (PCPs) and accounts for nearly half of patient visits. However, the quality of pain management remains unacceptable for millions of us patients with acute or chronic pain, and under recognition and under treatment of pain are of specific concern in primary care. Primary care physicians face dual challenges from the emerging epidemics of undertreated pain and prescription opioid abuse. Negative impacts of untreated pain on patient activities of daily living and public health expenditures, combined with the success of opioid analgesics in treating pain offer a powerful explanation for PCPs to learn best practices for pain management. These clinicians should address the challenge of maintaining therapeutic access for patients with a legitimate medical want for opioids, whereas at the same time minimizing the chance of abuse and addiction. Safe and effective pain management needs clinical ability and information of the principles of opioid treatment also because the effective assessment of risks related to opioid abuse, addiction, and diversion. Simply implementable patient choice and screening, with selective use of safeguards, will mitigate potential risks of opioids within the busy primary apply setting. Medical care physicians will become advocates for correct pain management and make sure that all patients with pain are treated appropriately.

Track 16 : Primary Home Care

Home care is supportive care provided within the home. In-home treatment is usually and a lot of accurately mentioned as home health care or formal care. Often, the term home health care is employed to differentiate it from non-medical care, custodial care, or private-duty care that refers to help and services provided by persons who are not nurses, doctors, or different accredited medical personnel. For terminally sick patients, home care could embody hospice care. For patients recovering from surgery or sickness, home care could include rehabilitative therapies.

Market Analysis

Euro Primary Care 2018 invites all the attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Madrid, Spain. We are pleased to invite you all to attend and register for the “8th Edition of International Conference on Family Medicine & Primary Care” which is going to be held during Madrid, Spain from December 13-14, 2018. The organizing committee is all set for an exciting and educational conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops, poster presentations and several programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join us at the Euro Primary Care 2018, where you will be sure to have an important involvement with researchers from around the globe for the worldview of Primary Care. Euro Primary Care 2018 Organising Committee looks forward for your presence in Madrid, Spain.

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Conference Highlights

  1. Primary Healthcare
  2. Family Medicine And Primary Care
  3. Primary Care Nursing
  4. Primary Care Medicine
  5. Primary Care Physicians
  6. Quality In Primary Care
  7. Public Health
  8. Health Maintenance
  9. Community Health Services
  10. Clinical Health Services
  11. Gerontology
  12. Patient Safety In Family Medicine
  13. Primary Care Health Records
  14. Pharmacology and Pain Management for Primary Care
  15. Primary Home Care

Importance and Scope

Health protection is progressively seen as a responsibility of society and health care as a right of people. The system of finance and organizing health services varies significantly, not only between completely different countries, however additionally for various health conditions, income groups, and aspects of health care within the same locality. Health care is usually provided by a variety of separate and independently functioning services, some of that are located within the community to that they deliver care, whereas others are not.

Most of the most important advances within the quality and content of health care are created publicly health services and in hospital drugs, rather than in primary care primarily based in neighbourhoods of cities, rural villages, or different local communities. The acute, short-stay hospital with its varied departments is regarded by many physicians, nurses, different health personnel, and therefore the public, because the centre of health cares. However its major functions are increasingly directed towards tertiary care. Much less attention has been given to developing the potential of health care within the community.

In our view what's required may be a modification within the orientation of practice and the practitioner—an acceptance of responsibility for care of all the people, not only those with specific medical wants that require the facilities for tertiary care, emergency treatment, or special services like obstetrics. there is a need for recognition of the full potential of drugs and health care in its capability to promote health, prevent illness, alleviate the suffering and disability accompanying chronic sickness, cure those whose illnesses are curable, and rehabilitate the many whose injuries and diseases demand a change in life-style and work. For this we need a a lot of integrated approach to health care than is common at present, bringing together completely different primary care services with certain aspects of community drugs. It’s this that we tend to currently refer to as community oriented primary care (COPC).

Primary Care Societies include:

  • Primary Healthcare Association - Columbia
  • Virginia Community Healthcare Association
  • South Carolina Primary Health Care Association
  • Georgia Association for Primary Health Care
  • Kentucky Primary Care Association
  • Oregon Primary Care Association
  • Iowa Primary Care Association
  • Michigan Primary Care Associations
  • Tennessee Primary Care Association
  • National Association of Primary Care
  • World Medical Association
  • Japan Health care
  • Northwest Regional Primary Care Association
  • Illinois Primary Health Care Association (IPHCA)
  • Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association
  • Indiana Primary Health Care Association, Inc. (IPHCA)
  • American Association of General Practitioners
  • Association of Family Practice Physician Assistants
  • Belgian Society for General Practitioners
  • Hunter General Practitioners Association
  • National Association of General Practitioners
  • Portuguese Association of General Practitioners
  • Royal society of general practitioners
  • Society of General Medicine
  • The German Society of General Practice/Family Medicine

Worldwide Hospitals

  • University of Maryland Medical Centre
  • M D Anderson Cancer Centre
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Assistance Publique Hôpitaux de Paris
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • New York Presbyterian /  Lower Manhattan Hospital
  • Cleveland Clinic
  • St Jude Children's Research Hospital
  • Johns Hopkins Medicine
  • Mayo Clinic Scottsdale AZ
  • Vithas Xanit International Hospital
  • Hospital Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona
  • Medical Care Spain

Top Universities in the world:

  • Harvard University
  • University of Oxford
  • University of Cambridge
  • Stanford University
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
  • University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)
  • Yale University
  • UCL (University College London)
  • Karolinska Institute

  Universities in Spain:

  • University Complutense Madrid
  • University of Navarra
  • Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
  • Universidad de Oviedo
  • University of Murcia
  • Universitat Pompeu Fabra.
  • Universitat Politècnica de València
  • Universidad de Zaragoza

Market Growth of Primary Care Research:

Primary care services are offered through groups of primary care providers during which an MD/DO is that the team leader. Pharmacists, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, dentists, psychologists, optometrists, health coaches, various health providers and others are teammates serving a panel of 5,000 to 10,000 or more people on an on-going basis. Referral networks in post-acute care are monitored closely and connected via patient-management registries. Patient adherence and medicine management are measured and improvements pursued. Prescription foods are as necessary as prescribed drugs, and also the individual’s well-being, as well as his or her social circumstances, central to the team’s planning. A 2014 PwC Health research Institute report shows that two-thirds of the U.S. population say they’re comfortable seeing a registered nurse or midlevel provider for his or her primary health needs, and polls recommend pharmacists within the 56,000 retail settings are trusted for primary care counsel. So, access to the physician as such isn't the issue; it’s access to primary care services.

The common prices for a hospital emergency department visit are $1,354 vs. a primary care visit averaging less than $150 nationwide. According to the Department of Commerce, the common household spends 20 percent of its discretionary defrayal on health care, with high-deductible plans changing into the dominant form for employee benefits. The 2015 Milliman Medical Index puts the full prices for a family of four at $24,671 last year. The average co-pay for a primary care visit to a conventional practice is $23 vs. $36 for a specialist. However in a very high-deductible set up, people square measure usually owed the whole quantity, prompting several to delay preventive care altogether. And acceptance of medical care services in various sites (6,400 pressing care centers, 1,840 retail clinics), enlargement of online primary care services vis a vis telemedicine and self-monitoring devices within the digital health domain is driving efficiencies and access up and prices down.

Majority of the information shared are patient records being shared among the hospital network or with the Ministry of Health. Primary care, on the other hand, has experienced an additional uniform healthcare IT adoption with nearly 95th of providers using digital systems. The €180 million investment below the Digital Agenda can help enhance the state of ability across the country, particularly amongst prescription systems. Between December 2016 and March 2017, Frost & Sullivan conducted a survey of IT managers from 198 hospitals across Western European countries. Findings of the survey were further investigated through in-depth discussions with market vendors and Frost & Sullivan business thought leaders. Outcomes of the analysis have been collated into a 4-part series description the HCIT landscape across EU4.

Our research found that in spite of a high level of EMR adoption only a bit over 15 august 1945 of enormous hospitals share information on the far side their organization. This has been a large damage to efficient and productive health information utilization across all countries included during this study. However, with ever-changing care paradigms, like concentrate on patient-centricity, innovation in healthcare delivery models and also the demand for progress potency, up health information continuity are a key goal for each governments and suppliers over subsequent 5 years. As a result, ability, and standards development and adoption are major priorities across health systems.

Spain has historically been Associate in Nursing import marketplace for health technology and medical instrumentality. Leading market participants embrace Indra, Cerner and DXC Technology whereas IBM and Orion Health have a relatively smaller presence than the 3 market leaders. Our survey results indicate that future market growth can return from system upgrades instead of investment in new systems or vendors to push native digital health vendors the govt. is initiating start-up incubators and innovation hubs. These start-ups can ought to demonstrate a high degree of answer differentiation as they are presently enjoying a lot of like little fish in a very massive pool.

Chronic illness management and remote observance are known as strategic directions for health system reform by the govt. and variety of programs are launched to support these provision models, such as, the strategy for chronic care, policy programme by the regional Ministry of Health and introduction of complicated Care arrange with public-private partnership. However, lack of business model quantifiability may be a major impediment to large-scale adoption. Health solutions that facilitate self-management and integration of care are in demand.

The Primary Care Doctors business is an integral element of us healthcare in the primary care Doctors business, the burden of chronic diseases, which are disproportionately prevalent in older adults, has risen considerably because of a demographic shift to an aging population. Primary care business includes general practitioners who possess a Doctor of medication (MD) or Doctor of treatment (DO) degree. These doctors primarily work with a broad understanding of all sicknesses and don't restrict their practice to at least one specific field of medicine.

The economics in Primary Care 2.0: The average costs for a hospital emergency department visit is $1,354 vs. a primary care visit averaging less than $150 nationwide. According to the Department of Commerce, the average household spends 20 percent of its discretionary spending on health care, with high-deductible plans becoming the dominant form for employee benefits. The 2015 Milliman Medical Index puts the total costs for a family of four at $24,671 last year. The average co-pay for a primary care visit to a traditional practice is $23 vs. $36 for a specialist. But in a high-deductible plan, individuals are generally out-of-pocket the entire amount, prompting many to delay preventive care altogether. And acceptance of primary care services in alternative sites (6,400 urgent care centers, 1,840 retail clinics), expansion of online primary care services via telemedicine and self-monitoring devices in the digital health domain is driving efficiencies and access up and costs down.

Since passage of the ACA in March 2010, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has been relentless in expanding the significance of primary care in its programs: CMS’ Medicare Shared Savings Program (begun January 2012), readmission penalty (October 2012), and hospital value-based purchasing programs (October 2012), depend heavily on well-orchestrated primary care management. In its MSSP (accountable care organizations), of the 97 that achieved savings bonuses in the second year of the program, 46 percent of the bonuses went to primary care physicians, 20 percent to specialists and 27 percent to the hospitals. And earlier this month, it announced its Comprehensive Primary Care Plus initiative which will pay PCPs a monthly fee to manage populations in 20 regions. Primary Care 2.0 is clearly the focus of Medicare’s attention going forward.

The primary health care workforce in Europe is organized around a multidisciplinary team, who work in primary health centres. They provide a wide range of services with the main emphasis on prevention and promotion of health, acute and chronic care, and homecare and community care activities. The core of the team is made up of physicians who are family and community medicine specialists, paediatricians, nurses, auxiliary nurses, social workers, dentists and administrative staff. The team works closely with midwives, gynaecologists, public health professionals, pharmacists, radiologists, physiotherapists and laboratories.

Global Health Care Market Report:

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) reports that health care spending in the 60 countries that it covers rose by 2.6 % in nominal U.S. dollar terms in 2014 but that spending is forecasted to dip in 2015, reflecting the current weakness of the euro and other currencies against the U.S. dollar.1

And while spending growth is expected to pick up beginning in 2016, the pressure to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and prove value remains intense. Because of these contradictory trends, global health care spending is expected to increase by only an average of 4.3% in 2015-2019, more slowly than it did before the 2009 recession. Spending as a percentage of GDP is also expected to decline, from around 10.3 % in 2014 to 10.1% in 2019.2  Per head health spending is projected to increase from $1,145 in 2014 to $1,412 in 2019.

Echoing the EIU’s forecast of a 2015 dip in global health care spending, total global pharma sales (in nominal U.S. dollar terms) are expected to drop 2.7 per cent that same year. However, the longer-term outlook is more positive: pharma spending growth should match health spending growth at an average of 4.3% during 2015-2019, and global pharma sales should reach $1.4 trillion by 20194

In a recently research study titled, the Global treatment resistant depression market is expected to provide sustainable growth opportunities during the forecast period from 2017 to 2020.

 

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Primary Care Universities:

Europe

University of Zagreb| King’s College London| Swansea University Medical School| University of Edinburg Medical School| Bristol Medical School| Lancaster Medical School | Bogomolates National Medical University | University of Cambridge | Imperial College Scholl of Medicine | Brighton And Sussex Medical SchoolPrimary Care Conferences | Liverpool Medical School| Newcastle University Medical School | Ucl Medical School | Queen's University Belfast Medical SchoolFamily Medicine Conferences | University of Gothenburg| The University of SydneyPrimary Health Care Conferences | University Hospital Basel| The University of Oklahoma-Tulsa | Macquarie University | Stony Brook School of Medicine| St. Theresa Medical University of Yerevan | University of Medicine-TiranaInternal Medicine Conferences |Medical University of Innsbruck  | Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences | Medical University of Vienna | Paracelsus Medical University.

Asia

Australian National University Medical School | Sydney Medical School | University of New South Wales Faculty of Medicine| University of Wollongong | University of Notre Dame| Bond UniversityPrimary Care Conferences | Griffith University | James Cook University | University of Queensland |Family Medicine Conferences | University of Adelaide | Flinders University Monash University | Deakin University | The University of Tokyo | National University of Singapore | Kyoto University | Peking UniversityPrimary Care Conferences |Seoul National University | National Taiwan UniversityPrimary Health Care Conferences | Osaka University | Taipei Medical UniversityInternal Medicine Conferences | Yonsei University | Tokyo Medical and Dental University| Sungkyunkwan University | University Kebangsaan Malaysia | National Yang Ming University| Hanyang University| Beijing Institute of Technology| Vietnam National University

USA

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics| University of Washington| Mayo Medical School | Utah School of Medicine| Vermont College of Medicine| Georgetown School of Medicine|  Primary Care Conferences | Johns Hopkins UniversityFamily Medicine Conferences | Columbia University| Harvard University | Northwestern UniversityPrimary Health Care Conferences |University of California| Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science| Maryland School of Medicine| Vanderbilt University | Yale University | University of Michigan | Emory University School of MedicineInternal Medicine Conferences | UMASS School of Medicine | Texas A&M Health Science Center | University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center |

Africa

University of Nairobi | Uzima University College| Kenyatta University| Egerton University | University of Botswana | Aga Khan University Medical School | Kenya Medical Training CollegeUniversity of Algiers | University of Oran | University of Constantine | University of Annaba| Agostinho Neto UniversityPrimary Care Conferences | Family Medicine Conferences | University of Malawi College of Medicine | University of Medical Sciences | Ahmadu Bello University | University of NigeriaPrimary Health Care Conferences | Hargeisa University | University of Ilorin | University of Jos | The Colleges of Medicine of South Africa | Stellenbosch University | Maseno University | Kenya Methodist University | Moi University Medical SchoolInternal Medicine Conferences | University of Nairobi Medical School | JKUAT Medical School Maseno University Medical School.

Jobs

Primary Care PhysiciansPrimary Care Professors | Associate Professor | Assistant Professor | Research Study Assistant | Primary Care Providers | Primary Care Nurses | General practitioners |  Primary Care Surgeon | Post-Doctoral Research Scientist | Thoracic Surgeon | Transplant Recovery Specialist | Trauma Research SpecialistPrimary Care Conferences | Clinical PerfusionistFamily Medicine Conferences | Medical Director-Primary Care | Senior Consultant | Resident doctor for Primary Care | Certified Nurse Anaesthetist | CRNA Registered Nurse (RN) | Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) | Anaesthesiology| Staff CRNA | Primary Health Care Conferences | Clinical Leader  | Director Patient Care - Inpatient Surgical Services | Nurse Practitioner/Hematology/Oncology | Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant | NPPhysician AssistantInternal Medicine Conferences | Certified Nursing Assistant for Home Care Position | Family Nurse Practitioner  Nurse Practitioner/NP/ Care | Nurse Practitioner

Primary Care Societies:

Europe

WHO Europe | European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies | EURACT – European      Academy of Teachers in General Practice | EquiP - European Association for Quality in General Practice/Family MedicinePrimary Care Conferences |European Union of Social Pharmacies | Care Services Improvement Partnership (CSIP) | The National Primary Care Research and Development Centre | The Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) | GTZ-ILO-WHO-Consortium on Social Health Protection in Developing CountriesFamily Medicine Conferences | Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research (NIVEL) | ICN - International Council of Nurses | Wonca EuropeInternal Medicine Conferences | European Network for Prevention and Health Promotion in Family Medicine and General PracticePrimary Health Care Conferences |EURIPA – the European Rural and Isolated Practitioners Association | EGPRN.

USA

Alabama Primary Health Care Association | Alaska Primary Care Association Inc. | Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers | Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations| Community Health Centers of Arkansas | California Primary Care Association| Colorado Community Health NetworkPrimary Care Conferences |Community Health Center Association of Connecticut | Delaware – See Mid-Atlantic Association of Community Health Centers| District of Columbia Primary Care Association | Florida Association of Community Health Centers | Georgia Association for Primary Health CareFamily Medicine Conferences | Hawai’i Primary Care Association| Idaho Primary Care Association | Illinois Primary Health Care Association | Indiana Primary Health Care Association | Iowa Primary Care Association | Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved | Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved | Louisiana Primary Care Association | Maine Primary Care Association | Mid-Atlantic Association of Community Health Centers | Massachusetts League of Community Health CentersPrimary Health Care Conferences | Michigan Primary Care Association | Minnesota Association of Community Health Centers | Mississippi Primary Health Care Association | Missouri Primary Care Association | Montana Primary Care AssociationPrimary Care Conferences |Community Health Assoc. of Mountain/Plain States | Health Center Association of Nebraska | Nevada Primary Care Association | New Hampshire Office | Bi-State Primary Care Association | New Jersey Primary Care Association | New Mexico Primary Care Association | Community Health Care Association of New York State | North Carolina Community Health Center Association | North Dakota Office | Community HealthCare Association of the Dakotas | Northwest Regional Primary Care Association (Region X)Primary Care Conferences | Ohio Association of Community Health Centers | Oklahoma Primary Care Association | Oregon Primary Care Association | Pacific Islands Primary Care AssociationInternal Medicine Conferences | Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers | Asociacion de Salud Primaria de Puerto Rico | Rhode Island Health Center Association | South Carolina Primary Health Care Association | South Dakota OfficePrimary Health Care Conferences | Community HealthCare Association of the Dakotas| Tennessee Primary Care Association| Texas Association of Community Health Centers | Association for Utah Community Health | Vermont Office | Bi-State Primary Care Association| Virginia Community Healthcare Association | Washington Association of Community & Migrant Health Centers | West Virginia Primary Care Association | Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association | Wyoming Primary Care Association

Asia    

Brunei Darussalam Nurses Association | Nursing Council of Hong Kong  | Association of Hong Kong Nursing Staff  | Hong Kong Association of Critical Care Nurses | Persatuan Parawat Nasional IndonesiaPrimary Care Conferences |Japanese Nursing Association | KOREA -  Korean Nurses Association | Indian Association for Social Sciences and Health | Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association | Japan Medical Association | Philippine Medical Association | Myanmar Medical AssociationPrimary Health Care Conferences | Sri Lanka Medical AssociationFamily Medicine Conferences | Internal Medicine Conferences | World Health Organization South-East Asia Region - WHO SEARO

 

Past Conference Report

Euroscicon hosted 7th Edition of International Conference on Family Medicine & Primary Care at Paris, France during February 22-24, 2018. The conferences were organized with a focus on the themes Exposed to Innovative Family Medicine and Primary Care” was a great success where eminent keynote speakers from various reputed companies and Universities made their resplendent presence and addressed the gathering.

The event proceedings were carried out through several Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures, Euroscicon would like to express a sincere thankfulness to all the Honorable guests and Keynote Speakers of Primary Care 2018. We would like to convey a warm gratitude to all the Honorable guests and Keynote Speakers of Primary Care 2018.

1.         Danka Svecova, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia

2.         M Lagergren, Stockholm Gerontology Research Center, Sweden

3.         Wade M Rankin, University of Kentucky, USA

4.         Hassan Kasim Haridi, Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia

5.         Catherine Ealing, Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine - RACP, Australia

Primary Care 2018 witnessed an amalgamation of peerless speakers who enlightened the gathering with their contribution towards the prevention of obesity, its effects and confabulated on several new-fangled topics related to the field of Family Medicine & Primary Care.

Primary Care 2018 Organizing Committee would like to thank the Moderator of the conference, Abdulsalam Alshehri, ABFM, Taif- Saudi Arabia, who contributed a lot for the smooth functioning of this event.

Euroscicon on behalf of the conference, congratulates the Best Poster awardees for their outstanding performance and appreciates all the participants who put their efforts in poster presentations and sincerely wishes them success in future endeavours. We would like to thank the Poster Competition Judge Wade M Rankin, University of Kentucky, USA for his valuable time.

Euroscicon also took the privilege of felicitating Primary Care 2018 Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers, Plenary Speakers, Chairs and Co-Chairs whose support made conference a great success.

Primary Care 2018 conference was a great success with the support of International multi professional steering committee and coordinated by Journal of Quality in Primary Care and , Journal of Healthcare Communications, Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education

With the enormous feedback from the participants and supporters of Primary Care 2018, Euroscicon is glad to announce “8th Edition of International Conference on Family Medicine & Primary Care” in Madrid, Spain from December 13-14, 2018.

Let us meet again @ Euro Primary Care 2018

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