3rd Global Experts Meeting on

Infectious Diseases

January 27-28, 2020 | Bangkok, Thailand

Theme: Research Reformulate: Latest Prognosis in Infectious Diseases

About Infectious Diseases Meet

Conference Series takes the immense Pleasure to invite participants from all over the world to attend the "3rd Global Experts Meeting on Infectious Diseases(Infectious Diseases Meet 2020)”, to be held in Bangkok, Thailand during January 27-28, 2020. Infectious Diseases Meet 2020 program focuses on “Research Reformulate: Latest Prognosis in Infectious Diseases”. In collaboration with its Editorial Board Members along with institutional partners the Infectious Meet 2020 includes various people presenting their research in the form of Keynote speeches, Oral Presentations, Video presentations, Symposia, Workshops, Poster Presentations, E-Posters and Exhibitions covering a range of topics and important issues which may be helpful for us all from the research to the practical implementations.

Major Conference Sessions:

Why to attend Infectious Diseases Conference?

The Infectious Diseases Meet will act as a platform for Infectious Diseases Specialist, Infectious Diseases Researchers, Scientists, Faculties, Students, Business professionals, Healthcare professionals, clinicians, researchers, academicians, foundation leaders, Infectious Diseases Associations and Societies, direct service providers, policymakers, Medical Colleges, Pharmaceutical Companies and Industries, Medical Devices Manufacturing Companies, Drug Manufacturing Companies and Industries and others related to this topic to exchange and discuss their valuable views on tracking the Infectious Diseases related concepts.

Infectious Diseases Meet 2020 encourages various methods in the study of large disease burden and highlighting existing opportunities in the field of Public health, Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Neglected Tropical Diseases, Parasitology, Epidemiology and most importantly concerning Infectious Diseases, Pediatric Infectious Diseases. Global Infectious Conferences provides the time to collaborate with industry peers and discover knowledge and resources that can be used to achieve your personal and organizational goals.

This gathering will strengthen the ideas about Infectious Diseases and different aspects related to it. We attempt to provide a perfect stage to Researchers, Scholars, and key Speakers to share data and experiences and empower people with their deep knowledge of Human Infectious Diseases and aspire them to fight against the worldwide risk related to it.

Benefits in Infectious Diseases Conference:

  • All accepted abstracts will be published in the supporting journals of the conference and Conference Book Proceeding.
  • Each abstract will receive a DOI number provided by CrossRef.
  • Opportunity to conduct Workshop with your team members.
  • One to One Interaction with Keynote Speakers, OCM and Eminent personalities for the future course of work.
  • Opportunity as chair a session at Infectious Diseases Meet 2020.
  • Certification by the organizing committee.
  • Individual keynote Page will be created to get more visibility for your scientific research on Tropical Medicine Conference Website.
  • Huge Benefits on Group Registration and much more.

Why Infectious Diseases Meet 2020?

  • Poster and Paper presentations and world-class Exhibitions.
  • Opportunities to gain a deeper understanding of the topic.
  • Intensifying Interactive knowledge.
  • Meet Academics and Industrial professionals to get inspired.
  • Great credits for the work in progress.
  • Valuable talks and symposiums from renowned speakers.
  • Meaningful sessions and accomplishments.

Infectious Meet 2020 is the only meeting where you can learn about Infectious Diseases from a variety of perspectives, both research-based and clinical. We will discuss the newest therapeutic techniques and diagnostic tools as well as the most up-to-date research on genetic, aetiology, diagnostic, clinical aspects and novel therapies of Infectious Diseases.

With members from over the world focused on learning about Infectious Diseases and its advances; this is your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Disease biology community. Conduct presentations, distribute information, meet with current and potential scientists, make a splash with new advancements and developments in Infectious Diseases, and receive name recognition at this 2-days event.

Target Audience @Infectious Diseases Meet 2020:

  • Microbiologists
  • Pathologists
  • Epidemiologists
  • Dermatologists
  • Allergists
  • Immunologists
  • Pediatricians
  • Physicians
  • Pharmacists
  • Neurologists
  • Infection Prevention and Infection Control Specialists
  • Academic and Health care Professionals
  • Students
  • Research Associates
  • Health Care Associations & Societies
  • Medical & Pharmacy Companies
  • Medical Devices and drug Manufacturing Companies
  • Laboratory Technicians and Diagnostic Companies
  • Business Entrepreneurs and Industrialists
  • Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases

Introduction to Infectious Diseases:

Infectious Diseases square measure disorders caused by organisms like microorganism, viruses, fungi or parasites. Infectious diseases are also of, foodborne, vector-borne, airborne in Related as furthermore in plants and animals. Infectious diseases essentially emphasize on the pathological process of the microorganism and their therapeutic measures, synthesize of branches of particularly clinical and diagnostic biology that deals with the cure hindrance of the Infectious Diseases It represents associate degree progressively necessary for human morbidity and mortality reason throughout the globe. The Immunizing agent development may be nice importance’s in terms of world heal.

Infectious diseases kill more people throughout the world. These infections are mainly caused by germs. We can get infected by touching, eating, drinking or breathing something. Germs can also spread through animal and insect bites, sexual contact. Some of the diseases like measles and chickenpox can also be prevented by vaccines. Hand washing is also used to prevent Infectious Diseases.

Infectious Diseases Meet 2020 is one of the Medical meetings which will be visited by all the research experts, medical educators, research fellow, postgraduates, affiliations, business meanders and various others medical experts from various fields one of them are travel medicine to comes under a solitary rooftop and discuss various ideas and their researches . Tropical Medicine society meetings will help in B2B teaming up, frameworks organization, amidst specialists and academicians from all corners of the globe.

We have dealt with various Infectious Diseases events and various medical meetings and develop incredible relations bringing the researchers and associations together. Infectious Diseases Meet will invite all the world-class teachers, scientists and researchers to discuss their ideas and researches for global elimination and eradication of Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Tropical Diseases, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Parasitology, Clinical Tropical Medicine, Neglected Tropical Diseases, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

The burden of healthcare-associated infection worldwide

Healthcare-associated infection (HAI), also referred to as "nosocomial" or "hospital" infection, is an infection occurring in a patient during the process of care in a hospital or other health care facility which was not present or incubating at the time of admission. HAI can affect patients in any type of setting where they receive care and can also appear after discharge. Furthermore, they include occupational infections among staff. HAI represents the most frequent adverse event during care delivery and no institution or country can claim to have solved the problem yet. Based on data from a number of countries, it can be estimated that each year, hundreds of millions of patients around the world are affected by HAI. The burden of HAI is several-fold higher in low- and middle-income countries than in high-income ones. There is also now a worldwide consensus that urgent action is needed to prevent and control the spread of antibiotic-resistant organisms and in health care, effective infection prevention and control (IPC) is one solution.

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Every day, HAI results in prolonged hospital stays, long-term disability, increased resistance of microorganisms to antimicrobials, massive additional costs for health systems, high costs for patients and their family, and unnecessary deaths.

Although HAI is the most frequent adverse event in health care, its true global burden remains unknown because of the difficulty in gathering reliable data: most countries lack surveillance systems for HAI and those that do have them struggle with the complexity and the lack of uniformity of criteria for diagnosing it.

The burden of HAI is one of the key areas of work of the WHO IPC global unit. Systematic reviews of the literature have been conducted to identify published studies from both developed and developing countries and highlight the magnitude of the HAI problem.

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A comprehensive WHO Report on the burden of endemic healthcare-associated infection worldwide issued on 5 May 2011 which highlights the importance of HAI in different settings and related risk factors, describes advantages and challenges of HAI surveillance, reports available data on HAI endemic burden in high-, middle- and low-income countries and their impact worldwide, and finally points out lessons learned and future perspectives.

What are the solutions to the problem of HCAI?

Many infection prevention and control measures, including hand hygiene, are simple, low-cost and effective, however, they require staff accountability and behavioural change.

The main solutions and perspectives for improvement identified are:

  • Identifying local determinants of the HAI burden.
  • Improving reporting and surveillance systems at the national level.
  • Ensuring minimum requirements in terms of facilities and dedicated resources available for HAI surveillance at the institutional level, including microbiology laboratories' capacity.
  • Ensuring that core components for infection control are in place at the national and health-care setting levels.
  • Implementing standard precautions, including best hand hygiene practices at the bedside.
  • Improving staff education and accountability.
  • Conducting research to adapt and validate surveillance protocols based on the reality of developing countries.
  • Conducting research on the potential involvement of patients and their families in HAI reporting and control.

The WHO Guidelines on core components of infection prevention and control programmes at the national and acute health care facility level were published in 2016. They cover eight areas of IPC and comprise 14 recommendations and best practice statements and should be implemented by all Member States and health care facilities.