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2nd International Conference on Environmental Health & Climate change , will be organized around the theme “Awareness and Responsibilities regarding Environmental Health Issues”
Environmental Health 2017 is comprised of 19 tracks and 118 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Environmental Health 2017.
Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.
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Occupational health and safety creates the physical work environment which encompasses the promotion and maintenance of the physical, mental and social well-being of employees or workers in the organization. It includes reducing work-related injury, illness and disability by addressing the harmful hazards and risks of the physical environment. Reducing physical job hazards may also reduce work related stress in employees in workplace.
- Track 1-1Environmental Health and Ergonomics
- Track 1-2Environmental Health and Workplace Violence
- Track 1-3Environmental Health and Occupational Safety Programs
- Track 1-4Environmental Health and Machines Guarding
- Track 1-5Environmental Health and Emergency Preparedness
- Track 1-6Environmental Health and Land
Bio medical waste is the Waste generated by health care activities includes a broad range of materials, from used needles and syringes to soiled dressings, body parts, diagnostic samples, blood, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and radioactive materials. Biomedical waste may also include waste associated with the generation of biomedical waste that visually appears to be of medical or laboratory origin such as packaging, unused bandages, infusion kits, etc. as well research laboratory waste containing bio molecules or organisms that are restricted from environmental release.
- Track 2-1Biomedical Waste Management
- Track 2-2Pathological Waste
- Track 2-3Solid Biological Waste
- Track 2-4Sharps Waste
- Track 2-5Blood Products Waste
Environmental health hazards may be biological, chemical, physical, biomechanical or psychosocial in nature. Environmental health hazards include traditional hazards of poor sanitation and shelter, as well as agricultural and industrial contamination of air, water, food and land. Environmental health risks result from people interacting with hazards in the surrounding environment.
- Track 3-1Environmental Health and Biological Hazards
- Track 3-2Environmental Health and Chemical Hazards
- Track 3-3Environmental Health and Physical Hazards
- Track 3-4Environmental Health and Mechanical Hazards
- Track 3-5Environmental Health and Psychological Hazards
Environmental health and toxicology mainly focuses on the exposure of organisms to toxic agents, as well as examination of the molecular and physiological processes that are impacted by these exposures like heavy metals, toxic elements, organic chemicals, pesticides etc. Environmental Toxicology is a rapidly developing field concerned with the research of natural and man-made pollutants which impact the health of humans, wildlife, and whole ecosystems.
- Track 4-1Environmental Health and Toxic Metals
- Track 4-2Environmental Health and Toxic Elements
- Track 4-3Environmental Health and Pesticides
- Track 4-4Environmental Health and Organic Chemicals
- Track 4-5Environmental Health and Biotransformation
- Track 4-6Environmental Health and Hepatotoxicity
- Track 4-7Environmental Health and Developmental Toxicology
Global Environmental Health and balanced natural systems are essential for supporting life on this planet. Healthy and balanced natural systems are essential for supporting life on this planet. Healthy environment is a part of wealth and quality of life with the determinants of health which we desire for ourselves now and for our children in the future. Being humans we have prior responsibility to preserve the actual value of nature both for ourselves and for future generations.
- Track 5-1Environmental Factors in Breast Cancer
- Track 5-2Health Impacts of Climate Change
- Track 5-3Reviews on Environmental Health
- Track 5-4Social factors in the environment
- Track 5-5Impact of Inorganic Arsenic Exp
Non communicable diseases refer to a group of conditions that are not mainly caused by an acute infection, but result in long-term health consequences and often create a need for long-term treatment and care. These conditions include cancers, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and chronic lung illnesses. Some non-communicable diseases are cancer, obesity, hypertension, injuries, mental illness and respiratory diseases. Environmental health mainly discusses about the ecological perspectives.
- Track 6-1Environmental Health and Public Health
- Track 6-2Environmental Health and Comorbidities
- Track 6-3Environmental Health and Injuries
- Track 6-4Environmental Health and Mental Health
- Track 6-5Environmental Health and Respiratory Diseases
- Track 6-6Environmental Health and Obesity
- Track 6-7Environmental Health and Hypertension
- Track 6-8Environmental Health and Cancers
- Track 6-9Environmental Health and Cardiovascular Diseases
- Track 6-10Environmental Health and Public Health Surveillance
- Track 6-11Environmental Health and Reproductive Health
Environmental engineering deals with the combination of sciences and engineering principles to improve the natural environment, to provide healthy water, air, and land for human habitation and for other organisms, and to clean up pollution sites.
- Track 7-1Safety Engineering
- Track 7-2Biomedical Engineers
- Track 7-3Environmental health policies
- Track 7-4Environmental Health and Applications
- Track 7-5Environmental Health and Global Concerns
- Track 7-6Environmental Health Ethics and Laws
Sound biological systems and rich biodiversity are principal to life on our planet. Climate change data is influencing the natural surroundings of a few animal categories, which should either adjust or move to regions with more good conditions.
- Track 8-1Ecosystem Services
- Track 8-2Biodiversity and Food Production
- Track 8-3Biodiversity and Infectious diseases
- Track 8-4Climatic Change and Biodiversity Loss
- Track 8-5Threats to biodiversity and Ecosystem
- Track 8-6Biodiversity and Medical Research
Climate change is bringing about, and will progressively bring about, an extensive variety of unfriendly wellbeing impacts, including heat-related scatters, irresistible sicknesses, respiratory and unfavourably susceptible disarranges, lack of healthy sustenance, emotional well-being issues, and brutality.
- Track 9-1Air Pollution
- Track 9-2Allergens
- Track 9-3Wildfires
- Track 9-4Climate Change and Children’s Health
- Track 9-5Human Developmental Effects
An unnatural climate change global warming is as of now in progress with outcomes that must be confronted today and also tomorrow. Confirmation of changes to the Earth's physical, concoction and natural procedures is currently apparent on each landmass. It's vital to comprehend the ways it influences society and the regular habitat.
- Track 10-1Climate change biology
- Track 10-2Temperature Extremes
- Track 10-3Heat-Related Morbidity and Mortality
- Track 10-4Asthma, Respiratory Allergies, and Airway Diseases
Natural causes of climate change is probably going to increment diarrheal illness rate around the world, and extraordinary climate conditions may likewise confuse officially lacking anticipation endeavors. In spite of the fact that the United States has counteractive action and treatment techniques for waterborne maladies, reconnaissance is still spotty, findings are not uniform, and comprehension of the effect of climate change on these illnesses is not entrenched.
- Track 11-1Food and Waterborne Diarrheal Disease
- Track 11-2Carbon sequestration
- Track 11-3Water reuse and recycling
- Track 11-4Water ecology
- Track 11-5Gastrointestinal problems
Zoonotic illnesses (VBZD) are irresistible ailments whose transmission includes creature hosts or vectors. Zoo noses, for example, Avian Flu, are illnesses that can be transmitted from creatures to people by either contact with the creatures or through vectors that convey zoonotic pathogens to from creatures to people. While numerous VBZD, for example, intestinal sickness, yellow fever, dengue, and murine typhus, are once in a while found in the United States, we are specifically helpless to VBZD that are found in hotter atmospheres and defenseless because of worldwide exchange and travel.
- Track 12-1Disease Control and Prevention
- Track 12-2Anthropogenic disturbance
- Track 12-3West Nile virus
Climate change facts will influence each of the four measurements of sustenance security: nourishment accessibility, nourishment availability, sustenance usage and nourishment frameworks dependability. It will affect human wellbeing, work resources, nourishment creation and circulation channels, and changing obtaining force and market streams.
- Track 13-1Food Security
- Track 13-2Dietary diversity
- Track 13-3Climate And Food Security Analyses
- Track 13-4Stoves And Safe Energy For Cooking
- Track 13-5Food utilization
- Track 13-6Food Insecurity and Climate Change
The climate change impacts can be both immediate and roundabout. Warm waves, dry spell, tempests, and surges have coordinate results. The backhanded results of climate change incorporate mass movements, wars over drained assets, and intensification of partisan strains.
- Track 14-1Mental Health and Stress-Related Disorders
- Track 14-2Indirect impact of climate change
- Track 14-3Family stress
- Track 14-4Post-traumatic stress
- Track 14-5Child behavioral and developmental problems
Climate change causes in precipitation and temperature could build the measure of water-borne and nourishment borne infections and ailments transmitted through bugs (otherwise called vector-borne ailments). Changes in atmosphere can stretch the transmission periods of certain vector-borne sicknesses and grow their geographic range.
- Track 15-1Waterborne infection
- Track 15-2Infection risk
- Track 15-3Infection of monarchs
- Track 15-4Climate-driven diseases
- Track 15-5Host-Pathogen Interactions
A climate change effect is one of the best difficulties of our time and its unfriendly effects undermine the capacity of all nations to accomplish practical improvement. There is a double relationship between practical advancement and climate change evidence.
- Track 16-1Sustainable Development Goals
- Track 16-2Stabilizing atmospheric concentrations
- Track 16-3Greenhouse gases
- Track 16-4Environmental sustainability
Vector-borne maladies are diseases transmitted by the nibble of tainted arthropod species, for example, mosquitoes, ticks, triatomine bugs, sandflies, and blackflies, Arthropod vectors are unfeeling (ectothermic) and in this way particularly touchy to climatic elements. Climate change research impacts survival and multiplication rates of vectors, thus affecting natural surroundings reasonableness, dispersion and plenitude; power and fleeting example of vector movement (especially gnawing rates) consistently; and rates of advancement, survival and proliferation of pathogens inside vectors.
- Track 17-1Diseases Carried by Vectors
- Track 17-2Emerging disease surveillance
- Track 17-3Vectorborne and Parasitic Diseases
- Track 17-4Neglected tropical diseases
Climate change specifically influences nourishment and sustenance security of a great many individuals, undermining current endeavors to address under nutrition and hitting the poorest the hardest, particularly ladies and kids. Effects of climate change influence individuals' jobs and ways of life through various pathways.
- Track 18-1Sustainable food systems
- Track 18-2Unsustainable production and consumption
- Track 18-3Safe and adequate food
- Track 18-4Agriculture for Nutrition and Health
Farming based work frameworks that are as of now helpless against nourishment frailty confront impending danger of expanded product disappointment, new examples of nuisances and sicknesses, absence of suitable seeds and planting material, and domesticated animals affected by climate change.
- Track 19-1Ecosystems
- Track 19-2Coasts and Forests
- Track 19-3Food and feed safety
- Track 19-4Animal health and welfare