Market Analysis - Tropical Diseases Conference 2019
Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases
Tropical diseases are disorders caused by organisms — such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites particularly in the tropics (parts of the world that lie between two lines of latitude, the tropic of Cancer, 23½° north of the equator, and the tropic of Capricorn, 23½° south of the equator).
The diseases are less prevalent in temperate climates, due to the occurrence of a cold season and low temperature, which controls the insect population by forcing hibernation hence maintaining the Microbes Population. According to WHO these diseases encompass all diseases that occur solely, or principally, in the tropics. In practice, the term is often taken to refer to infectious diseases that thrive in hot, humid conditions, such as malaria, schistosomiasis, leishmaniasis, onchocerciasis, Chagas disease, lymphatic filariasis, dengue and African trypanosomiasis.
Tropical medicine is the branch of medicine concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases commonly occurring in tropical and subtropical regions of the world.
Tropical medicine 2018 welcomes presenters, attendees and exhibitors from all over the world to Barcelona, Spain. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the International Conference on Tropical Medicine Infectious Diseases ” which is going to be held during May 21-2, 2018 at Barcelona, Spain.
Some facts and figures regarding Tropical Diseases
Tropical Diseases are responsible for millions of death, especially in the Tropical regions of the World and one-sixth of the world population is infected with Neglected Tropical Diseases and additional two billion are at risk.
Approximately half of the world population is under the risk of being exposed to infection with Tropical Diseases causing Micro-organisms
Apart from the tropical region, the impact of tropical diseases on public health is global.
Various Challenges and some initiatives taken for Global Elimination of Tropical Diseases
Some of the Challenges taken
Some NTD community collaborated to host the recent 2017 NTD Summit celebrating the 5th year since the signing of the London Declaration, a collaborative disease eradication program inspired by the WHO 2020 roadmap for the global eradication for at least ten NTDs.
According to one of the most renowned journal, It is possible that nearly half of the current NTDs could be eliminated, eradicated or show significant gains in these directions within the decade
Some Initiative taken :
1. WHO roadmap2020
2. London Declaration for elimination of Neglected Tropical Diseases
3. Sustainable Development Goals by WHO in 2015
And various Other Initiative.
Various funding done on reserach and developement is shown below:
Tropical Medicine Conference encompass situation that happens majorly in the tropics, as well as those that are more difficult to manage or control in the tropics, which might include a range of communicable as well as non-communicable diseases and most of the important Neglected Tropical Diseases. Diseases coming under the category of Communicable diseases include a number of infectious diseases and parasitic diseases includes but is not limited to Acinetobacter infections, Actinomycosis, AIDS (Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome), Anaplasmosis, Bacterial pneumonia, Angiostrongyliasis, Bacterial vaginosis, Balantidiasis, Bacteroides infection, Botulism (and Infant botulism), Leishmaniasis, Malaria, etc. and Tropical Diseases. The diseases concluded under Non-communicable diseases often include a number of chronic diseases of growing importance in the tropics, including cardiovascular disease, cancer and respiratory diseases. The conference focuses mainly on improving our understanding of the global burden on these problems, as well as new developments in pathology, diagnosis, management and prevention of these conditions.
Objective of the Conference: The Objective of Tropical Medicine Conference is to encourage various healthcare professionals, related to the field of Tropical Medicine and medical educators, patients and their family members to define methods for incorporating and writing their research , humanities, and the arts of medical education, patient and self-care, professional development schemes.
Identify various tools to enhance the need to understand the importance of awareness of medical education, patient and self-care, and/or professional development needs.
Describe methods that can be used to increase the well-being and communication skills of medical learners, healthcare provider, patients and family members
Identify various pursues that can improve their creative or reflective writing; describe and utilize the mechanics of writing for conference.
Various Societies Related to Tropical Medicine
Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine
American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Society of Tropical Medicine & Infectious Diseases in India
Health & help-Russia
Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine
Oxford Asia Tropical Medicine Research Network-China
Brazilian Society of Tropical Medicine
Malaysian Society of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine
Swiss Society of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology
International Society for Travel Medicine
Research Institute for Tropical Medicine
International Federation for Tropical Medicine
Federation of European Societies for Tropical Medicine and International Health
Austrian Society of Tropical Medicine, Parasitology and Migration Medicine
European Federation of Parasitologist
World Federation of Parasitologists
Various Tropical Medicine Institution Across Globe
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Prince Leopold Institute of Tropical Medicine - Antwerp, Belgium
Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine-Lisbon, Portugal
Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine
Research Institute for Tropical Medicine – Philippines
Bangkok School of Tropical Medicine
Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine
Nagasaki University Institute of Tropical Medicine
School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, SMU, China
Brazil's Institute of Tropical Medicine