Public Healthcare 2020 : Explore the novel trends in Healthcare
PULSUS cordially welcome researchers, academicians, students and business professionals in the field of Healthcare from around the world to participate in the upcoming Public Healthcare 2020. The meeting for this year will revolve around the theme “Traverse through the Improved Health Outcomes in the World of Tech” thus relaying the most cutting-edge findings in the field of Public Health and Epidemiology.
The two-day meeting is going to be an event to look forward to for its enlightening symposiums & workshops from established experts of the field, exceptional keynote sessions directed by the best in the business. It will also prove to be a brilliant open door for the representatives from Universities and Institutes to cooperate with the world class researchers and an outstanding opportunity for businesses keen at expanding their global market reach. We look forward in welcoming you all and we assure you to provide an intellectually stimulating and enjoyable conference.
The research and practice of protecting and enhancing community health through awareness, disease and injury prevention, fitness promotion, and environmental safety is public health. Public health. The area of public health is aimed at improving the lives and social conditions of a society, from scientifically science to health education. They realize that second-hand smoke can lead to cancer, cycling helmets can save lives, and unclean water can contain bacteria that cause disease.
Social, cultural and economic factors affect the overall health of a community. Health experts explore all aspects of people's lives in order to fully expose and gauge the multitude of issues that impact community wellness. Public health practitioners are especially qualified as policy advocates and to promote behavioural change and wellness practices. While medical practitioners are interested in the health of individual patients, public health practitioners are interested in the health of the community. As former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop wrote, "health care is vital to all of us some of the time, but public health is vital to all of us all of the time.
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