2014 Thailand WCH

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

It gives us great pleasure to invite you to 2014 the World Congress on Healthcare, to be held on January 20-21, 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand.

The global healthcare community has made significant progress in implementing diverse and innovative care integration models to advance health. The World Congress on Healthcare will be a multidisciplinary meeting that brings together by a common concern for learning and an interest to explore issues of concern in the fields of aging, community healthcare, nursing and rehabilitation.

This congress will be a global platform for practitioners, academics, researchers, service providers, decision makers, policy analysts, nurses, allied health professionals and community-based organizations to learn more about the latest developments and best practices in integrated care and showcase innovative programs and approaches dedicated to collaboration among health care professionals and practitioners in  communities and healthcare system.

The scientific program will be devoted on the challenge, care models and operations within community healthcare system emphasize the importance and urgency of care integration as a means to transform healthcare systems to better deliver cost-effective health care. Participants will be led through a thematic conference program to learn about current and emerging models that augment health outcomes through integration and how the various actors in each system are finding new ways to work together or forge innovative partnerships with new sectors.

Meeting enables participants to:

  • Network among peers and industry experts
  • Participate in clinical and business education sessions which improve quality of care and operational efficiencies
  • Consider new and innovative strategies to advance community healthcare
  • Foster implementation of effective policies, systems, and environmental changes that contribute to transdisciplinary collaboration and the reciprocal circle of research and practice
  • Identify opportunities for collaboration and exchange of ideas among health professionals, academics and service providers

Objectives for the Participants

The Healthcare Congress wants participants to leave the 2014 Meeting invigorated, inspired and equipped with practical tools for incorporation into their communities. In addition to enjoying social and networking events, participants will learn the most up-to-date critical news and information needed to operate their agencies as efficiently and effectively as possible, gaining insight on solutions and practice patterns to ensure success in all aspects of their operations.

You are invited and encouraged to make a presentation and to provide a paper on a relevant aspect of the topics at the 2014 congress, to share your fresh perspectives, great ideas, and lessons from the field.

We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting congress!


Dr. Wonchat Subhachaturas



President of 2014 the World Congress on Healthcare

Chairperson of the Organizing committee

 

General Information

Date:

January 20, 2014: Registration Day

January 21, 2014: Meeting day

Venue: The Tawana Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand

Address: 80 Surawongse Road, Silom, 10500

Official Language: English

Chairman of the conference

WONCHAT SUBHACHATURAS M.D., FRTCS, FICS.

Office: Thai Health Professional Alliance Against Tobacco (THPAAT)

Royal Golden Jubilee, 2 Soi Soonvijai, New Petchburi Rd. Bangkok, Thailand. Tel (66) 2716-6961 Fax (66) 2314-6305

Oversea Coordinator of the Conference:

Dr. Amy Tong

Tel: +1 514-800-0178

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Visa for Travelers:

Visas are required for some nationalities to travel to Thailand for this conference. Please contact your travel agent and/or the Thai Consulate/ Embassy in your country for precise details and visa application procedures as soon as possible. Visa processing times can vary.

Please Note: Participants are highly recommended to apply for Tourist visa.

 

Abstract Requirements & Registration information

Abstract Requirements

  • Abstracts and entire PPT presentation files are required.
  • Abstracts should cover the new progress in the field of Clinician and the related fields.
  • Abstracts should be written in English. Title should be in capital letters 12 Times New Roman. Please make sure that the presenting author and/or the corresponding author are designated with detailed contact information. Authors' affiliations should include the city and country.  The abstract word limit is one page (less than 500 words in 11 Times New Roman).
  • Abstracts should be submitted by e-mail attachment in Microsoft Word format by the date set by the organizing committee.

Registration information

Registration fee:

500 USD (Before Nov.20th, 2013)

600 USD (After Nov.20th, 2013)

The registration fee includes the sponsored congress coffee break ,Congress kit: badge, final program, abstract book and 2 meals during the conference.

Payment methods:

Paypal:

You could pay by the credit card through Paypal. If you decide to pay by Paypal, keep us informed and we’ll send you the Paypal request.

Wire transfer:

Account holder’s name: SEIKO SCIENCES

Account No.: 1003987 (Canadian Dollar account)

Bank name & address: RBC ROYAL BANK

2157 Guy, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3H 2L9

Swift Code: ROYCCAT2

Bank Transit#: 05981

Bank’s Institution#: 003

Cancellation and Refund policy

Written cancellation should be transmitted to the organizing committee. Refund will be processed after the conference.

Cancellation until Nov. 20th, 2013 inclusively: 50% of the fees will be refunded.

Cancellation after Nov. 20th, 2013: No refund

 

Highlight topics

Session I Community Healthcare

  • Diet, Nutrition and Environmental Issues in Healthcare
  • Quality Improvement Through Accreditation In Healthcare Organizations
  • Securing, Privacy & availability for wireless & web services in a healthcare Environment
  • Current trend in healthcare development strategies
  • The Challenge of Reforming Health Care
  • Applying new model in healthcare Management
  • Best practice strategies for implementing and maintaining a service excellence culture
  • Improving patient safety and patient care
  • Telemedicine and remote consultation to achieve rural outreach
  • Latest technology innovations for healthcare providers
  • Managing costs and improving efficiencies
  • IT in Healthcare Management
  • Healthcare Management Education and Training
  • Updated clinical management of various community health problems
  • State-of-the-art technology in practicing community healthcare
  • Innovations in community healthcare in the period of healthcare reform

Session II Geriatrics & Aging

  • Current Research Situation of Common Geriatric Diseases, referring to Distribution, Etiology,  Cause of Death & Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Novel Geriatric Diabetes Care Guidelines and Quality Assessment
  • Risk Factors for Geriatric Stroke: Identification, Prevention & Follow-up
  • Advances in Alzheimer’s Disease and Parkinson’s Disease: New Discoveries in Diagnosis, Therapy, Imaging, Etiology & Neurobiology
  • A View of Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • Improved Care for Geriatric Psychological and Mental Disorders
  • Innovations in Geriatric Trauma, Emergency &  Critical Cares: Epidemiology & Therapy
  • Rehabilitation of Geriatric Diseases, focused on Research, Training and Services
  • Updated Strategies for Perioperative Nutrition Support in Geriatric Patients
  • Advances in Basic Research of Geriatric Diseases
  • Challenges to Geriatric Nursing due to  Population Aging
  • Discussing Nutritional Safeguard for the Aged &  Improving Community Healthcare Service for the elderly
  • Other Related Topics

Session III Nursing

  • Cancer care
  • Care management
  • Coping and quality of life in chronicity
  • Critical Care
  • Emergency nursing care
  • Evidence-based nursing practice
  • Geriatric care
  • Mental health care
  • Mother and Child care
  • Nursing research studies and implications of study findings for practice
  • Pain management
  • Palliative care
  • Patient- and Family-centered care
  • Trauma care

Session IV Rehabilitation

  • Education and Ethics in Rehabilitation
  • Complementary and Alternative Medicine
  • Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and obesity
  • Molecules biology in Rehabilitation
  • Geriatric rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation Technology and Engineering
  • Pediatric Rehabilitation
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Electrodiagnosis
 
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