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3rd International Conference on General Practice & Primary Care, will be organized around the theme “Application of Evidence based Research in the Establishment of Patient-focused Care.”

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General practice gives individual centered, continuing with, broad and created whole individual social insurance to individuals and families in their groups. Primary care is a crucial part of an integrated, comprehensive and mature healthcare system. Primary care services worldwide are highly developed. Well known for their general practices and practitioners, the primary care service model is respected and replicated by all the countries across the world. General practice, its training groups and their fundamental therapeutic administrations associations incorporate the foundations of an intense human administrations system. General wellbeing oversees body parts. In developed countries like USA, UK, Australia, Asia majority of the largest corporations employ approximately 15% of GPs and manage 5% of their respective country's general practice. The 2015 annual report indicates employment of 17 000 staff members over all operations, including 45 hospitals for in- and out-patients (Health scope, 2015b). The report also states that over two million GP consultations were completed in the previous 12 months. Latest statistics suggest that increase in funding will increase by $2.5 billion a year, in order to increase the workforce of GP’s by another 5,000 by 2020. To study more, visit Medical Conferences

 

  • Track 1-1Primary HealthCare Services
  • Track 1-2Patient Consultation
  • Track 1-3Prescribing in Primary Health Care

General practice gives individual centered, continuing with, broad and created whole individual social insurance to individuals and families in their groups. Primary care is a crucial part of an integrated, comprehensive and mature healthcare system. Primary care services worldwide are highly developed. Well known for their general practices and practitioners, the primary care service model is respected and replicated by all the countries across the world. General practice, its training groups and their fundamental therapeutic administrations associations incorporate the foundations of an intense human administrations system. General wellbeing oversees body parts. In developed countries like USA, UK, Australia, Asia majority of the largest corporations employ approximately 15% of GPs and manage 5% of their respective country's general practice. The 2015 annual report indicates employment of 17 000 staff members over all operations, including 45 hospitals for in- and out-patients (Health scope, 2015b). The report also states that over two million GP consultations were completed in the previous 12 months. Latest statistics suggest that increase in funding will increase by $2.5 billion a year, in order to increase the workforce of GP’s by another 5,000 by 2020. For Further information, visit General Practice Doctors Events

 

  • Track 2-1Family Practice Management
  • Track 2-2Family Practice and Outpatient Care

Rural general practice experts will probably have the capacity to give in-hospital's facility and in addition private counselling room care, to give after hour administrations, to take part in general well-being roles expected of them by discrete groups in which there are few specialists to browse, to participate in clinical systems, to take part in critical care, to experience a higher weight of intricate or incessant wellbeing introductions. Provincial specialists obtain reasonable clinical and relational abilities to meet the different needs of their patients, and additionally a comprehension of rustic culture. Rural residents (83.8%) were less likely to have an exam by a physician than urban residents (86.0%). Rural women were less likely to report having received age appropriate Pap tests for cervical cancer (84.3%) than were urban women (86.6%). Rural residents (46.3%) were less likely to be screened than urban residents (49.2%). Age is considered as an important predictor for vaccination, For example, People over the age of 85 living in Small Adjacent rural counties had an vaccination rate of 81.8%, compared to 50.2% among those 65 to 74 years old.  The immunization rates were higher in the 75 to 84 year old and the 85 years or older groups. To know more visit, GP Conferences

 

  • Track 3-1Current Issues in Rural Population Health
  • Track 3-2Rural Health Clinics and Rural Clinical Practice
  • Track 3-3Rural Emergency Medical Services
  • Track 3-4Rural Tele health
General Practitioners have customarily centered on giving essential care to people who present to their restorative practice with different diseases. This patient-driven approach has its philosophical underpinnings in a biomedical perspective of ailment that underscores an individual core interest. General wellbeing then again concentrates on the soundness of the whole populace and is supported by tending to the social determinants of well-being. Such a model tends to benefit the requirements of the people over the necessities of the person. During 2008-20, this sector is expected to record a CAGR of 16.5 per cent. The total industry size is expected to touch USD160 billion by 2017 & USD280 billion by 2020. Of the total healthcare revenues, hospitals account for 71 per cent, pharmaceuticals for 13 per cent, and medical equipment and supplies for 9 per cent. By 2030, the number of people covered by Medicare will balloon to about 82 million due to the massive number of Americans who will become of eligible age. National expenditures on Medicaid are estimated to be $586.5 billion in 2017. Public health expenditures were estimated to be $3.54 trillion in 2017, and are projected to soar to $5.55 trillion in 2025. Health care costs continue to rise throughout the developed world. For Further information, visit General Practice Doctors Events

 

  • Track 4-1Public health issues in general practice
  • Track 4-2Public Health Services
  • Track 4-3Challenges of Public Health
  • Track 4-4Public Health Nutrition

Chronic Disease Management in General Practice involves appropriate prevention, early identification and best practice management strategies. General practitioners and their staff are usually the first point of contact in the health system and play a key role in the primary intervention, prevention, diagnosis and management of chronic. Preventive health assessment items were found to be undersubscribed, ranging from 6 – 20% in eligible patients. A recent survey was conducted to provide baseline data on chronic disease management (CDM). This survey included primary care physicians in 11 countries thus allowing international comparisons. About 63% of general practitioners reported significant changes that are required to make chronic disease management work better. In the study conducted by health authorities, the percentage of people suffering from long-term health conditions were as follows, 14.8% suffering with arthritis, 13.6% with mental and behavioural conditions, 10.2% with asthma, 4.7% with heart diseases. Some estimates suggest that the cost of potentially preventable hospital admissions from chronic disease is $2 billion each year. The analysis of 11,103 patients with asthma in the Medical Director data indicated that only 4.1 per cent had spirometry measures in 2013-14.24 similarly, for patients with COPD (3,646) only 4.6 per cent had spirometry measurements recorded. Chronic diseases are hard to cure, so it is better to prevent them when possible. To study more, visit General Practice Doctors Meet

 

  • Track 5-1Medically unexplained symptoms
  • Track 5-2Chronic Disease Management
  • Track 5-3Assessment of Pain
  • Track 5-4Elderly care and Rehabilation
  • Track 5-5Carers

Consultations for dermatology problems in general practice have risen and up to 15% of General practice consultations now relate to problems with the skin. General Practice skin consultations include Eczema, infections, acne, and psoriasis, urticarial and skin tumours. It is important to realize that common problems present commonly. Previous studies have suggested that approximately one-quarter of the population has a skin problem which could benefit from medical care, yet about 80% of the people do not seek medical support. Skin disease generally affects 25-33% of the population at any one time. Skin conditions accounts for 4.4% of all medical outpatient activity and around 1.6% of all hospital bed occupancy. Skin diseases accounts for 0.46% of all deaths at all ages from all causes. Melanoma skin cancer alone accounted for 1142 deaths in England and Wales in 1992. Skin diseases account for around 70% of the consultations in primary and secondary care. Coming to the individual country statistics, the $10.1 billion U.S. dermatology market is expected to grow to $13.1 million by 2017. The dermatology practice management industry remains fragmented and ripe for consolidation. For further information GP conferences and Medical conferences

 

  • Track 6-1Skin Assessment
  • Track 6-2Treatment of skin conditions
  • Track 6-3Itching and Blistering of Skin
  • Track 6-4Erythema and Pigmentation disorders
  • Track 6-5Eczema and Nail Problems

General practice is fundamental to the success of Healthcare System. Health provision in general practice is first-contact, continuous, comprehensive, and personalized. In developed countries like USA, UK, Australia, Asia majority of the largest corporations employ approximately 15% of GPs and manage 5% of their respective country's general practice. The 2015 annual report indicates employment of 17 000 staff members over all operations, including 45 hospitals for in- and out-patients (Health scope, 2015b). The report also states that over two million GP consultations were completed in the previous 12 months. Latest statistics suggest that increase in funding will increase by $2.5 billion a year, in order to increase the workforce of GP’s by another 5,000 by 2020. General practice adheres to core values of universal access, patient centred and population based care over time, and efficient organization and advocacy. For more information, follow Medical conferences

 

  • Track 7-1Education in Primary Care
  • Track 7-2Career Options for General Practitioners
  • Track 7-3Apraisal and Revalidation
  • Track 7-4Clinical governance
  • Track 7-5Clinical guidelines and Protocols
Minor surgery in general practice is being practiced since long time and it is cost effective and patient friendly. Minor surgery processes such as removing skin tags can be performed by the General Practitioner. Minor surgery falls into two distinct procedures excision followed by suturing and injections. A general practitioner should be properly equipped and follow standard guidelines during minor surgery to avoid further infections and complications. Referral rates differed between diagnoses, with 1.0% of referrals for a laceration, 8.2% for a sebaceous cyst and 10.2% for benign neoplasm skin. The GP practices performed minor surgery for a cut in 8.9% of the care-episodes, for a benign neoplasm skin/nevus in 27.4% of cases and for a sebaceous cyst in 26.4%. GP practices that performed more minor surgery interventions had a lower referral rate for patients with a laceration and those with a sebaceous cyst but not for people with benign neoplasm skin/nevus. However, the absolute difference in referral rate appeared to be relevant only for sebaceous cysts. After the inclusion criteria, a total of 14203 patients and 15923 care-episodes were included in the analyses. General Surgery is a preliminary surgery. In later stages of initial diagnosis by general medicine doctor, the patient may be suggested for surgery that is, operating and dissecting human body in process of treatment. For further information GP conferences and Medical conferences

 

  • Track 8-1Providing Minor surgery
  • Track 8-2Basic Techniques
  • Track 8-3Removal of Skin Lesions
  • Track 8-4Lower and Upper Limb injections

The role of General practice is being expanding in the administration of the cardiovascular diseases. From 2001 through 2010, the percentage of adults with multiple chronic conditions rose from 22% up to 25%. Because the adult population is around 70 million, this seemingly small increase represents over 2 million additional adults with multiple chronic conditions. Overall 87 percent are recruiting cardiologists during the next 24 months. A Recent study finds that between 1981 – 2000 coronary heart disease (CHD) dropped by 62 percent among males and by 51 percent among females. Patients managed in general practice were older (mean age 79 years (S.D. 8.5) and more often female than "cardiology patients" (mean age 64 years). Ischaemic heart disease (31 vs. 57%) was more prevalent in "cardiology patients". Additional investigations such as chest radiography (51% vs. 84%), electrocardiography (39% vs. 100%), and (Doppler-) echocardiography (12% vs. 97%) were performed more often in "cardiology patients". Most patients received diuretics (85% vs.79%). Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors (40% vs. 76%), beta-blockers (9% vs. 30%), spironolactone (11% vs. 32%), and angiotensin-II-antagonists (6% vs. 13%) were prescribed much more often to "cardiology patients". A general expert ought to have the capacity to oversee patients with mellow to direct heart failure and patients with atrial fibrillation in Primary care. A general practitioner ought to experience a concise training in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases and ought to take after the standard rules. For more information, visit General Practice Doctors Meet

 

  • Track 9-1Cardiac investigations
  • Track 9-2Cardiomyopathy and Heart Transplant
  • Track 9-3Hypertension
  • Track 9-4Angina
  • Track 9-5Chronic Heart failure

General practice nursing is an area with a scope of fastest growth within the healthcare sector and covers many areas of nursing practice including lifestyle education, aged care, women’s health, men’s health, infection control, chronic disease management including cardiovascular, asthma and COPD care, immunization, cancer management, mental health, maternal and child health, health promotion, population health, diabetes, wound management, Aboriginal health and many more. The proportion of consultations with nurses has increased by 20% since 2012 but patients with diabetes made fewer consultations per year in 2017 compared with 2012. According to the statistics about 40-50% of the consultations involve nurses. A recent study of 25 practices identified six roles of nurses in general practice: patient carer, organiser, quality controller, problem solver, educator and agent of connectivity. The general nursing workforce increased by only 6.6%. A study stated that 43.5% of the observed nurse time was spent on clinical activities, of which 21% were funded through Medicare. The study indicated that GPs spent on average 36% of their time on non-patient tasks (administration, phone calls, practice management etc.) and that Practice nurses spend an average of 65% of their time on non-patient tasks. To study more, visit General Practice Doctors Meet

 

  • Track 10-1Nurses in General Practise
  • Track 10-2Positive practice environments
  • Track 10-3Specialist nursing services
General practice has an important role in the management of sexual health problems, taking a holistic and integrated approach. A General practitioner should describe the ethical principles involved when treating patients who have sexual health concerns, e.g. contraception and abortion, Understand the different cultural expectations regarding sexual behaviour and orientation, Describe the importance of confidentiality, informed choice and valid consent, Be aware of the legal aspects, Ensure sensitivity to particular cultural beliefs and patient choice, e.g. the need for a female practitioner.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that nearly 20 million new STIs occur every year in this country, half of those among young people aged 15–24. CDC estimates that undiagnosed STIs cause 24,000 women to become infertile each year. The total estimated direct cost of STIs annually in the U.S. about $16 billion. HPV is responsible for approximately 31,500 cases of cancer each year, including nearly all cases of cervical and anal cancer, about 75% of vaginal cancer, 70% of oropharyngeal cancer, and 69% of vulvar cancer. In 2015, 39,513 people were diagnosed with HIV infection in the U.S. in 2015. The above data has been gathered and interpreted from a range of sources. For further information GP conferences and Medical conferences

 

  • Track 11-1Contraceptive Methods
  • Track 11-2Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Track 11-3HIV Infection
  • Track 11-4Assessment of sexual health
  • Track 11-5Infertility and Sexual Problems

General practice for child health is a preparatory idea that has imperative part as a rule wellbeing research. According to the studies conducted, 91% of the GP surgeries wished to continue providing CHS services, although the 1991 and 2004 revised contract provided the option to opt out of the CHS services. According to the recent studies it may be noted that 14 out of 33 GP (42.5%) had actually worked as paediatric senior house officer (SHO) whereas 5 responded as having no training (15%). The survey revealed that 9% of the GP surgeries responded as having opted out of the CHS activities, appointment of some part-time GP or health practitioners with special interest dedicated towards conducting CHS activities were thought necessary. The 1990 GP national contract of “one size fits all” type was failing by the mid-1990s to serve the needs of the GP and the patients in some areas of the country, particularly noted in the deprived areas of the inner cities. In a study in East London in 2000, 62% of the practices were registered for CHS activities and 71% provided a service for child health clinic. General Practice and Child health mainly focuses on the child health surveillance which is the key for healthy child in the society. For further information, GP conferences and Medical conferences

 

  • Track 12-1The Neonatal check
  • Track 12-2Birth Trauma
  • Track 12-3Genetic Problems
  • Track 12-4Neonatal jaundice
  • Track 12-5Common Childhood Problems
  • Track 12-6Childhood Infections

General Practitioners are being more than ever in managing the complicated infectious diseases.  There are too few infectious disease specialists to meet the demand, particularly in rural areas. Complicating issue like increasing antibiotic resistance, lack of new antimicrobials are the most serious health threats. General Practitioners may greatly improve the management of the patients with infectious diseases. The global infectious disease therapeutics market size was valued at USD 46.88 billion in 2016 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 6.6% during the forecast period. The largest market share belongs to antibiotic treatments for bacterial and fungal diseases at 53% of the total infectious disease treatment market.  Fungal disease treatments will experience a slightly higher compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.2%, from $4.6 billion in 2015 to $6.2 billion in 2017. Viral disease treatments will have the fastest compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.1%, increasing from nearly $45 billion in 2015 to $79 billion in 2017. North American market held the largest share in 2016. For further information GP conferences and Medical conferences

  • Track 13-1Immunization
  • Track 13-2Infectious diseases
  • Track 13-3Childhood viral infections
  • Track 13-4Bacterial Infections

Mental health issues are recognized as a major public health problem today and the management of mental health problems plays an increasing burden on health services. General practitioners are successful in managing uncertainty in clinical practice. It is not always necessary to make a diagnosis in order to make a management decision, or determine a course of treatment. It is important that general practice and primary care develop their own philosophies and management with regard to psychological disorder, which takes uncertainty and our present imperfect understanding of symptoms and disorders into account. The mental health care system in the world is over-burdened, underfunded and highly unorganized despite attempts to move mental illness out of the shadows and onto the radar of policy and decision-makers. In fact, the Public Health Agency reported that neuropsychiatric disorders had the highest expenditure for direct health services and the third-highest expenditure for indirect costs to the economy, related to illness, disability or premature death. In 2008, the economic burden of mental illness was estimated to be $51 billion annually, a nearly 7-fold increase from a 1993 analysis that estimated the burden to be around $7.3 billion. Forecasts approximate that direct costs related to mental illness over the next 30 years are likely to exceed $2.3 trillion. For further information GP conferences and Medical conferences

 

  • Track 14-1Mental State Assessment
  • Track 14-2Psychiatric Emergencies
  • Track 14-3Depression
General Practice, pharmaceuticals and prescribing deals with the NHS solutions, composing remedies by and by and furthermore the cost effective prescribing. It also manages Medicines administration and concordance. The Studies incorporate how to maintain a strategic distance from repeated endorsing and check for the antagonistic medication responses. The Licensing of the medications and Controlled medications and endorsing for special groups and Complementary prescription are managed under this category.

 

  • Track 15-1Medicines Management
  • Track 15-2Prescribing Guidelines
  • Track 15-3Prevention of adverse drug reactions

General Practice and Elderly care manages the chronic disease administration, medicinally unexplained side effects in the elderly, Normal ageing. It mostly concentrates on Elderly care and recovery, prescription for the elderly, falls among the elderly. The evaluation of pain in elderly and the standards of pain control. The examination incorporates different agony soothing medications, for example, Morphine and other solid opioids which lessen neuropathic pain. It additionally bargains Carers and pensions and advantages. The elderly care market is estimated to grow from $319.8 billion in 2013 to $436.6 billion by 2018, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.4% for the five-year period, 2013 to 2018. One market research provider estimates that the global home health care sector, just one part of the overall industry, should see revenues grow to $300Bn in 2020 from $180Bn in 2014 - a compound annual growth rate of 8%. In a recent survey, 90% of seniors expressed a desire to remain in their homes as long as physically possible, and with advances in home healthcare technology this should be increasingly possible. To study more, visit General Practice Doctors Meet

 

  • Track 16-1Medical Care
  • Track 16-2Health Care
  • Track 16-3Health & Wellness
  • Track 16-4Nutrition

General practice, its training groups and their fundamental therapeutic administrations associations incorporate the foundations of an intense human administrations system. General wellbeing oversees body parts. In developed countries like USA, UK, Australia, Asia majority of the largest corporations employ approximately 15% of GPs and manage 5% of their respective country's general practice. The 2015 annual report indicates employment of 17 000 staff members over all operations, including 45 hospitals for in- and out-patients (Health scope, 2015b). The report also states that over two million GP consultations were completed in the previous 12 months. Latest statistics suggest that increase in funding will increase by $2.5 billion a year, in order to increase the workforce of GP’s by another 5,000 by 2020. To study more, visit Medical Conferences

 

  • Track 17-1General Medical Services
  • Track 17-2Primary Care Contracts
  • Track 17-3Policy Contexts

General practice, its training groups and their fundamental therapeutic administrations associations incorporate the foundations of an intense human administrations system. General wellbeing oversees body parts. In developed countries like USA, UK, Australia, Asia majority of the largest corporations employ approximately 15% of GPs and manage 5% of their respective country's general practice. The 2015 annual report indicates employment of 17 000 staff members over all operations, including 45 hospitals for in- and out-patients (Health scope, 2015b). The report also states that over two million GP consultations were completed in the previous 12 months. Latest statistics suggest that increase in funding will increase by $2.5 billion a year, in order to increase the workforce of GP’s by another 5,000 by 2020. To study more, visit Medical Conferences

 

  • Track 18-1Patient Engagement
  • Track 18-2Implementation and Audit
  • Track 18-3Research
  • Track 18-4Analysis and Interpretation

Emergency care is a role of general practitioners and they should be properly educated, equipped skilled and organize their practices to provide prompt and effective management whenever the need needed. General Practice includes Management of emergencies. Some of the emergencies can be managed completely at a general practice while others should be referred to hospital after initial management. Writing an appropriate referral, arranging transport facilities, informing the hospital about the referral are also important steps in the process as these measures could prevent crucial delays. Emergency care or nursing should be given to patients in life threatening cases to save the life of individual. It is a medical treatment provided to effected or injured person based on their medical conditions. In developed countries like USA, UK, Australia, Asia majority of the largest corporations employ approximately 15% of GPs and manage 5% of their respective country's general practice. The 2015 annual report indicates employment of 17 000 staff members over all operations, including 45 hospitals for in- and out-patients (Health scope, 2015b). The report also states that over two million GP consultations were completed in the previous 12 months. Latest statistics suggest that increase in funding will increase by $2.5 billion a year, in order to increase the workforce of GP’s by another 5,000 by 2020. To study more, visit Medical Conferences and GP Conferences

 

 

  • Track 19-1Emergency patient encounters
  • Track 19-2Adult basic life support
  • Track 19-3Resuscitation of the newborn
  • Track 19-4Suicide and attempted suicide
  • Track 19-5Head and Facial injury
  • Track 19-6Scalds and Burns
  • Track 19-7Accidents and Injuries

General practice is normally the essential advance of contact for patients with early side effects of tumour and general pharmaceutical assumes an outstanding part in prevention, screening, and follow-up after treatment and palliative care. Cancer and its treatment often cause side effects. Palliative is one such approach that relieves a person’s symptoms and sides effects caused due to cancer treatment. Palliative care mainly focuses on reducing symptoms, improving quality of life and supporting patients and their families. In order to widespread the importance of palliative care World Health organization has adopted a resolution on early palliative care on 2014. In high income countries, upto 80% of the people who die could benefit from palliative care much earlier in their illness. Pain is reported as a very prevalent symptom rated as very distressing in 56–61% of patients. Carers describe high levels of poorly controlled pain in general practice, in 33–48% of patients compared to GP reports of 16% of patients. In the last year of life, anxiety is also a common symptom, in 32–78% of palliative patients. There is a bigger degree to extend the part of general practice in tumour treatment and prevention. To know more visit GP conferences

 

  • Track 20-1Cancer Screening and Therapy
  • Track 20-2Breast Cancer
  • Track 20-3Oral Cancer
  • Track 20-4Leukemia
  • Track 20-5Lung Cancer
  • Track 20-6Other cancers