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Market Analysis - Euro Case Reports 2017

Market Analysis of Euro Case Reports-2017

Theme: A complete visualization of helath care in one place

Members Associated with Medical Case Reports:

The common members associated with the conference medical case reports are the health professionals like Physicians, Surgeons, Dentists, Physiotherapists, Nursing Professionals, Pharmacists, people working in clinical research organizations, students studying life sciences. There are currently about 200,800 physicians licensed to practise in France. In the last thirty years the number of physicians had tripled, but the rate, but the rate of increase is now very slight. Indeed, since 1971, the Ministry of health has limited the number of medical students, a measure which, along with the retirement of currently active doctors, will result in a decrease in the number of physicians in the near future.

There were approximately 1.8 million physicians working in the EU.

The highest overall number of practising physicians was recorded in the largest Europe Member States: Germany (333 thousand), followed by Italy (236 thousand), France (206 thousand), the United Kingdom (181 thousand) and Spain (177 thousand). Together, these five Member States accounted for close to two thirds (64 %) of the total number of practising physicians in the EU, above their combined 63 % share of the EU’s population.

The below graphs clearly gives you the number of physicians and number of medical doctors employed in hospitals across Europe

Practising physicians, 2009 and 2014 (per 100 000 inhabitants) across Europe

Hospitals associated with the Medical Case Reports Conference

  • Surgical hospitals
  • Medical-surgical hospitals
  • Maternity hospitals
  • Children's hospitals
  • Maternity and Children's hospitals (materno-infantil)
  • Psychiatric hospitals
  • Hospitals for illnesses of the thorax
  • Oncological hospitals
  • Ophthalmic hospitals
  • Traumatological and rehabilitation hospitals
  • Psycho-physical rehabilitation hospitals
  • Geriatric and long term care hospitals
  • Leprological and dermatological hospitals

There are about 18 very well reputed hospitals in the city. There are about 150 reputed hospitals in the country. There are 49 countries in the Europe continent each is very well recognized for their medical research.

Medical doctors employed in hospitals (Europe), 2004, 2009 and 2014

Associations Associated With Health Care System of Europe:

There are 70 major associations that support for Europe Health Care, some of the following are:

Austrian Health Promotion Foundation (FGOE)

National Institute of Public Health (SZU)

Danish Health and Medicine Authority (SST)

North of England EU Health Partnership (NEEHP)

The Health and Europe Centre, NHS Kent & Medway

Clinical Research Organizations Associated With European Health Care: 

There are approximately 60 major clinical research organisations in Europe, some of them are:

  • ASCOpharm Paris, France
  • Aster Cephac  France
  • Biodata Services ApS
  • Bio-Kinetic Europe, Ltd. Belfast, North Ireland
  • Biotrial Rennes and Paris
  • C &T Paradigm Belgium

Main Funding Backgrounds of Spanish Healthcare R&D System

The Spanish Health Care System is divided into three groups and they are:

1) Public

  • Central Government (CICYT)
  • Local Governments
  • Carlos III Health Institute
  • Public Foundations
  • Government Agencies

2) International Organizations

3) Private

  •  Non Profit – Research foundation, Research charities.
  •  For Profit – Pharmaceutical industry, Biotechnology industry.

 

The below two graphs gives you the expenditure details in health care sector.

Figure 1: Provides you with the information of health care spending as a percentage in Europe

Figure 2: Provides you with the information of health care spending of the major countries in the world.

           

Financing and Sponsoring:

The main research fund recipients in Spain are:

  • The French National Research Agency
  • Hospitals and Foundations
  • Universities with Medical Schools
  • Private Laboratories
  • Medical Research Organizations

Case Reports

A formal summary of a unique patient and his or her illness, including the presenting signs and symptoms, diagnostic studies, treatment course and outcome. Case reports may contain a demographic profile of the patient, but usually describe an unusual or novel occurrence. Some case reports also contain a literature review of other reported cases.

Generally the case reports are filed on the following basis

  1. Unexpected or unusual presentations of a disease

  2. New associations or variations in disease processes

  3. Presentations, diagnoses and/or management of new and emerging diseases

  4. An unexpected association between diseases or symptoms

  5. An unexpected event in the course of observing or treating a patient

  6. Findings that shed new light on the possible pathogenesis of a disease or an adverse effect

Scope and Importance Of Case Reports

The use of medical case histories has been an important tool throughout medical history in advancing clinical knowledge. The documentation of specific medical cases is by no means a new practice and has been done since ancient times.

Advantage in the publication of case reports is its pivotal role in medical education. Whether a first year medical student or an experienced attending physician, case reports have an important role in the advancement of clinical knowledge. Case reports have been given a great deal of recognition.

The case report allows for the telling of two interrelated perspectives, both from patient and physician.By presenting the case report as a coherent story, it allows for a reflection of the patient’s experience of illness as well as the physician’s diagnostic or therapeutic reasoning. Case reports are important in creating and testing the foundation of medical sciences, novel treatments or unusual cases presented in case reports allow for a more expansive clinical knowledge base.

Teaching points described in a case report often have a pronounced longevity. Unless there is a major shift in protocol due to recent therapeutics or diagnostic methods, the teaching points from a case report generally have no expiration date.Helps in new scientific discovery & role in patient care.

Finally, it is a medium in which medical students, recent graduates and experienced clinicians may record thoughts and observations in reaching a diagnosis or explain the rationale behind an innovative treatment

Future Growth Of Case Reports:

Case reports provide an important foundation for further research through comparison and reporting novel clinical phenomena.These comparisons have allowed for thought provoking questions that have directly impacted medical protocols.

Case report functions in expanding the knowledge of clinicians at all levels. The best features of case reports are the ability to report novel findings and improved therapeutic strategies. The clearest example of this can be seen when researching rare disorders or diseases.

There is a wide spectrum of information that may be presented in case reports such as rare diseases, unexpected complications from standard therapy, novel diagnostic or therapeutic techniques, and results from new technology to name a few.Case studies also have an important role in generating new research and hypotheses.

Who Are Attending?

Professors and students from academia in the study of medicine, pharmacy and clinical research as their domain. Physicians, Business delegates, Directors / Managers & Business Intelligence Experts, Departmental Managers, Vice Presidents of Medical institutions and Hospitals.

Why To Attend?

  • Sign-up to meet the analyst of your choice.
  • Opportunities to meet with highly qualified peers to validate strategies.
  • Leading industry speakers and luminaries.
  • Organizations who support to the clinical trials and clinical research.