Theme: "Bridging research gaps and advancing global health"



ME Conferences has always placed a priority on planning the best conferences. With the aid of ME Conferences, we add the vision and goal that will make it easier for our participants to navigate the most cutting-edge studies and technological breakthroughs. The "6th Annual Conference on Epidemiology and Public Health," which will take place on February 02-03, 2023, Madrid Spain, which is framed on a theme, “Bridging research gaps and advancing global health

Epidemiology Health Meet is an international conference that brings together experts and professionals from all over the world to focus on the fundamental knowledge and developments in the rapidly developing fields of epidemiology and public health medicine. This is a global forum for discussion of the most cutting-edge and creative epidemiology and public health research and advancements. It is a wonderful chance to network with famous people and discover the newest technology advancements.


  • Epidemiologists
  • Neurologist
  • Gastroenterologist
  • Endocrinologist
  • Clinicians
  • Cardiologists
  • Psychiatrists
  • Nutritionists
  • Pediatrician
  • Oncologist
  • Dentist
  • Dermatologist
  • Health care experts
  • Healthcare analysts
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Doctors
  • Physicians
  • Business delegates
  • Young Researchers
  • Professionals in media sector
  • Professors
  • Industrial Experts
  • Management Bodies
  • Medical Colleges and Hospitals
  • Academic & Business Professionals
  • Students
  • Scientists
  • Medical and Pharma Companies
  • Researchers & Innovators
  • Sales & Marketing Professionals

Track 1: Foodborne Epidemiology

Eating food tainted with germs, viruses, parasites, or chemical agents such heavy metals can result in over 200 diseases. As a result of the burden on healthcare systems, lost productivity, and harm to trade and tourism, this expanding public health issue has a significant socioeconomic impact. The burden of sickness and mortality in the world is largely caused by these diseases.

From diarrhea to cancer, foodborne diseases cover a wide variety of diseases. While they can also cause neurological, gynecological and immunological symptoms, gastrointestinal problems are the most common presentation. The burden of diarrheal diseases is disproportionately borne by low- and middle-income nations and by young children, although they constitute a substantial concern in all nations of the world.

  • Health and hygiene
  • Food poisoning

Track 2: Infection &Injury Epidemiology

Complex battlefield injuries have been survived by an unprecedented percentage of combatants in recent conflicts. These people are more likely to get infections caused by multidrug-resistant pathogens. With a focus on contemporary literature, the epidemiology, prevention, and management of these illnesses are targeted.

Due to their prevalence and complexity, infections following combat trauma necessitate a multidisciplinary approach to prevention and treatment.

Short courses of narrow-spectrum prophylactic antibiotics and infection control are included in the prevention of infections; debridement and irrigation are the mainstays of the prevention of wound infections.

  • Epidemiologic Triad

Track 3: Molecular Pathological Epidemiology

Molecular pathological epidemiology (MPE) is an interdisciplinary field that applies molecular pathology to epidemiology in order to include the interpersonal variability of a disease process. Different molecular and clinical subtypes of the disease are caused by a different combination of exogenous and endogenous factors in each individual, which determines how a disease develops and progresses. The main goal of MPE is to identify an interacting relationship between a particular environmental exposure and disease subtypes in determining illness incidence and mortality.

Track 4: Neuro-Psychiatric Epidemiology

The Psychiatric Epidemiology field introduces students to theories and research techniques for examining the genetic and psychological factors that affect the frequency, occurrence, and prognosis of various psychiatric conditions. Studies of these diseases in children, adolescents, and adults place a strong emphasis on concerns of validity and reliability. From early-life neurodevelopmental diseases to aging-related neurodegenerative disorders, our research focuses on a broad spectrum of brain-related conditions.

Approximately 27% of all diseases and disabilities worldwide are caused by neurology and psychiatric disorders, but the US and other developed nations have almost all of the clinical expertise and research capacity needed to make meaningful assessments of widespread conditions like epilepsy and post-infectious neuropsychiatric disorders.

Track 5: Cardiac Epidemiology

The main cause of death worldwide is cardiovascular disease. The Cardiovascular and Clinical Epidemiology combinely seeks to produce innovative and self-sufficient researchers who can work well with bench and applied scientists to advance disease prevention and treatment at both the clinical and population levels.

  • Cardiac manifestations in adults due to covid

Track 6: Genetic Epidemiology

A relatively recent field of study called genetic epidemiology aims to clarify the function of genetic variables and how they interact with environmental factors to cause disease in communities.

The study of how genetic variables affect human qualities, such as health and disease, is the focus of the scientific field known as genetic epidemiology. In many instances, it is also possible to measure how genes and the environment interact. Genetic epidemiologists study the multifactorial causes of genetic disorders in populations and their causes, distribution, and control in groups.

Track 7: Pediatric & Women health Epidemiology

 Following a systematic assessment of the health of the women of reproductive age and the children in the community, including timely data collection, analysis, interpretation, and use of maternal and child health-related data, the study of the distribution and determinants of health-related status or events in mothers and children as well as the application of health problems related to mothers and children. Most susceptible to morbidity and mortality are mothers and their young children. It is crucial to protect them as a result by taking the proper steps at each level. Using surveillance, assessment, planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation, the women and child health epidemiology programme focuses on the skills needed to address the health issues of mothers and children.

Track 8: Health and Community Nutrition

The focus of community nutrition is on all age groups. The target demographics include infants, expectant mothers, and older persons. Community nutrition initiatives try to alter perceptions so that a diet high in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains is more enticing than one high in fats and sugars.

  • Awareness Of Healthy Eating
  • Probiotics: Nourishment For The Gut
  • Climate-friendly and Sustainable Eating
  • Personalized Nutrition

Track 9: Cancer Epidemiology

Epidemiology of cancer examines the prevalence of cancers in human communities. Epidemiologists research cancer incidence, prevalence, and particular mortality in an effort to pinpoint environmental and genetic factors that contribute to the disease and advance cancer diagnosis, treatment, and prevention

Early diagnosis, prevention, and screening for cancer; Described patterns and trends; Methodology; Risk factors for cancer beginning, development, and prognosis are major targets.

  • Cancer etiology
  • Cancer survivorship
  • Racial differences in cancer mortality and cancer and health disparities

Track 10: Clinical epidemiology& Pharmaco-epidemiology

Clinical pharmacology is the study of how medications affect people. Clinical pharmacology includes pharmacoepidemiology, which can give important details on the better assessment of the risk/benefit ratio for a drug's use in a patient is made as a result of understanding the positive and negative effects of any drug.

Track 11: Professional diseases& preventive methods

The study of population health and disease is known as epidemiology. The ongoing, systematic gathering, analysis, and interpretation of health data is known as disease surveillance. Data from disease surveillance are used to assess the need for public health intervention.

Health and disease in populations are the focus of epidemiology. A continuing, systematic process of gathering, evaluating, and interpreting health data is called disease surveillance. When deciding whether or not public health intervention is necessary, disease monitoring statistics are used.

Track 12: Effect of stress and trauma during pregnancy

Long-term exposure to excessive stress levels can result in heart disease and high blood pressure, among other health issues. Stress during pregnancy can raise the likelihood of having a kid that is born too early.

Prenatal stress may impact pregnancy by interfering with the adjustments that the mother's endocrine, neurological, and immunological systems make during the course of the pregnancy. The hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis' tendency to respond less strongly to stress and the immune system's shift toward an anti-inflammatory profile in pregnant women.

  • Economic factors influencing child and maternal health
  • Myths followed during pregnancy


Track 13: Epidemiology and Surveillance

The study of population health and disease is known as epidemiology. The ongoing, systematic gathering, analysis, and interpretation of health data is known as disease surveillance. Data from disease surveillance are used to assess the need for public health intervention.

Information from surveillance systems can be used to: track changes in disease incidence over time (such as outbreaks); identify risk factors for the disease and populations most at risk; direct immediate public health measures for specific patients or the community; and direct programmes.

Track 14: Public Health Policy & Health management

Healthcare policy, economics, finance, and law are dynamic, ever-evolving fields. Researchers with a focus on the healthcare sector and health policy, as well as high-impact practitioners in healthcare policy and management are evolving simultaneously. The administrative and managerial skills, organisational frameworks, and processes required to fund and deliver healthcare services more effectively, efficiently, and fairly are all covered by public health management.

Track 15: Impact of modern lifestyle on public health

 Every day, we make decisions that affect our health, both consciously and unconsciously. This can apply to both little and significant choices, such as those we make regarding our careers, our diets, and how frequently we exercise. But when we neglect to put ourselves first, we run the risk of compromising our health. A poor lifestyle can have a negative impact on health in several important ways.

Track 16: Epidemiology and Tropical Diseases

The neglected tropical illnesses affect more than a billion people, or one-sixth of the world's population, largely in developing nations. Many vector-borne diseases, such as malaria, dengue fever, Chagas disease, leishmaniasis, filariasis, onchocerciasis, schistosomiasis, and trypanosomiasis, are becoming more common and spreading faster as a result of climate change and global warming.

Track 17: Modern epidemiology and the use of biostatistics

The distribution and causes of sickness and health in populations are studied by epidemiologists. The planning, execution, and assessment of public health programmes and the data from public health research are all areas in which biostatisticians create and apply statistical theory, methods, and techniques. Essentially, the purpose of biostatistics is to decipher the data that has been received and draw reliable conclusions that may be applied to address issues with public health.

  • Problems in evaluating cofounders and effect modifiers in statistics and epidemiology

Track 18: Epidemiology and Sociology

A deeper understanding of how, where, and why disparities affect health is made possible by social epidemiology, which enables the integration of population social experiences into the traditional etiological approach to public health.

It focuses in particular on the prevalence, distribution, and socioeconomic factors that affect a population's health conditions. As a result, social epidemiology includes the study of the social context in which the health-disease phenomena occurs in addition to the investigation of individual risk factors.

  • Causative of disease
  • Elements of epidemiology

The 6th Annual Conference on Epidemiology and Public Health will take place in Madrid, Spain on February 2–3, 2023, and welcomes speakers, exhibitors, and participants from all around the globe. The planning committee is putting the finishing touches on a conference programme that will be both interesting and educational, as well as lectures, workshops, symposia on a wide range of topics, poster displays, young scientist forums, and numerous other events for participants from around the world. We'd like to formally invite you to join the continent of Epidemiology and Public Health, where you'll be able to communicate with students from other nations. Every attendee of EPIDEMIOLOGY HEALTH MEET 2023 as well as the organizing committee are looking forward to meeting you in Madrid, Spain.

With a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.0% from 2022 to 2027, the market for pulmonary drug delivery systems should expand from $57.4 billion to $76.9 billion.

This research will give a thorough analysis of the market for pulmonary medication delivery systems, highlighting the main pulmonary illnesses and providing in-depth epidemiology for serious illnesses including cystic fibrosis, COPD, and asthma. The research contains an evaluation of the market's unique medicines, launches, recent approvals, R&D pipeline, and blockbuster medications.


Conference Highlights:

  • Foodborne Epidemiology
  • Infection &Injury Epidemiology
  • Molecular Pathological Epidemiology
  • Neuro-Psychiatric Epidemiology
  • Cardiac Epidemiology
  • Genetic Epidemiology
  • Pediatric & Women health Epidemiology
  • Health and Community Nutrition
  • Cancer Epidemiology
  • Clinical epidemiology& Pharmaco-epidemiology
  • Professional diseases& preventive methods
  • Effect of stress and trauma during pregnancy
  • Epidemiology and Surveillance
  • Public Health Policy & Health management
  • Impact of modern lifestyle on public health
  • Epidemiology and Tropical Diseases
  • Modern epidemiology and the use of biostatistics
  • Epidemiology and Sociology

List of Epidemiology Hospitals around the World:

  • Mayo Clinic-Rochester
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Toronto General-University Health Network
  • Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital

Major Epidemiology Associations around the Globe:

  • Association of Chinese Epidemiology
  • Cameroon Society of Epidemiology (CaSE)
  • Association of University Programs in Health Administration, USA
  • Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA)
  • Cambodian Society of Infectious and Tropical Diseases
  • Cameroon Directorate for Compating Disease, Epidemics and Pandemics
  • Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics (CSEB)
  • Finnish
  • for Public Health, UK
  • Saudi Epidemiological Society (FES)
  • Danish Epidemiological Society (DES)
  • Egyptian Society of Epidemiology (ESE)
  • Egyptian Veterinary Association of Epidemiology
  • Epidemiological Association of Bangladesh (EPAB)
  • Epidemiological Society of Nigeria (EPiSON)
  • French International Agency for Research on Cancer
  • German Society for Epidemiology (DGEpi)
  • Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine (IAPSM)
  • Indian Public Health Association (IPHA)
  • Indian Society for Medical Statistics (ISMS)
  • International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE)
  • Iranian Epidemiological Association (IrEA)
  • International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology (ISPE)
  • Italian Association of Epidemiology (AIE)
  • Italian Society of Medical Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology / Società Italiana di Statistica Medica ed Epidemiologia Clinica (SISMEC)
  • Italy National Institute of Health
  • Japan Epidemiological Association (JEA)
  • Lebanese Epidemiological Association (LEA)
  • Netherlands Epidemiological Society (VvE)
  • Portuguese Association of Epidemiology (APE)
  • Romanian Society of Epidemiology (SRE)
  • Royal Society Epidemiological Association (SEA)

Related Societies:

USA: Association of University Programs in Health Administration, Public health institutes in Las Vegas, Association of University Programs in Health Administration, Association for Middle Eastern Public Policy and Administration (AMEPPA), American Epidemiology Therapy Association, Federation of State Boards of Infectious Diseases, American Association of Yemeni Students and Professionals, Oregon Pioneer Association

Asia Pacific: Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA), Epidemiological Association of Bangladesh (EPAB), Hong Kong Epidemiology Association, Japan Epidemiological Association (JEA), Asia Pacific Society of Infection Control, Asia Pacific Strategy for Emerging Diseases and Public Health.

Middle East: Middle East Fertility Society, Iranian Epidemiological Association (IrEA), Saudi Epidemiological Association (SEA ), Turkish Epidemiology Association, Cameroon Directorate for Combating Disease, Epidemics and Pandemics, Tunisian Environmental Exposure and Epidemiology Association (TEEEA).

EUROPE: Europe - International Epidemiological Association, The European Public Health Association, ISEE Europe Chapter - International Society for Environmental, European Society of Cardiology: Epidemiology and Prevention, European Public health Association, Epidemiology of COPD | European Respiratory Society.

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