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4th International Conference on General Practice & Primary Care, will be organized around the theme “Promoting Safer Medical Practice in Primary Care”

General Practice 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in General Practice 2019

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General practitioners tend to focus most of their energies on providing primary healthcare to individuals, with less attention to the overall population health issues in their community. In the contrast, public health practitioners tend to focus on the health needs of entire populations, by addressing the social determinants of health, with less attention to individual patient care

  • Track 1-1Public Health and Epidemiology
  • Track 1-2Public health issues in general practice
  • Track 1-3Public Health Services
  • Track 1-4Challenges of Public Health
  • Track 1-5Public Health Nutrition

“General Practice nutrition therapy" (GPNT) is the use of specific nutrition services to treat an illness, injury, or condition. Registered dieticians started using MNT as a dietary intervention for preventing or treating other health conditions that are caused by or made worse by unhealthy eating habits. The uses of specific nutrition services are to treat an illness, injury, or condition. Registered dieticians started using GPNT as a dietary intervention for preventing or treating other health conditions that are caused by or made worse by unhealthy eating habits.

  • Track 2-1Adolescent and Childhood Obesity
  • Track 2-2Abdominal Obesity
  • Track 2-3Primary Care: Fitness and Wellness

\r\n Rising geriatric population is coupled with growing number of chronic diseases and increasing number of long term care services drives the geriatric services market size over the forecast timeframe. As per the United Nations, elderly population is estimated over 800 million in 2017, projected to surpass 2,000 billion by 2050. Moreover, growing oldest old number of people who are susceptible to several medical complications such as neurological, respiratory, orthopaedic and cardiovascular diseases coupled with increase in the advancement of technology such as the development of specialty robots skilled for assisting old people in carrying out day to day operations is anticipated to drive the geriatric services market share. The global geriatric research market was valued at US$ 599.6 billion in 2015 and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 4.2% during the period 2016 – 2024.


Cancer and its treatment often cause side effects. Palliative Care is one such approach that relieves a person’s symptoms and sides effects caused due to cancer treatment. Palliative care mainly focuses on reducing symptoms, improving quality of life and supporting patients and their families. In order to widespread the importance of palliative care World Health organization has adopted a resolution on early palliative care on 2014. In high income countries, upto 80% of the people who die could benefit from palliative care much earlier in their illness. Pain is reported as a very prevalent symptom rated as very distressing in 56–61% of patients. Carers describe high levels of poorly controlled pain in general practice, in 33–48% of patients compared to GP reports of 16% of patients. In the last year of life, anxiety is also a common symptom, in 32–78% of palliative patients.


  • Track 4-1Cancer Screening and Therapy
  • Track 4-2Breast Cancer
  • Track 4-3Oral Cancer
  • Track 4-4Leukaemia
  • Track 4-5Lung Cancer
  • Track 4-6Other cancers

Primary care services worldwide area unit extremely developed. Renowned for their general practices and practitioners, the first care service model is revered and replicated by all the countries across the planet. The Market size of Primary Care sector is establishing and developing over the last fifty years. Primary Care could be a crucial a part of an integrated, comprehensive and mature Healthcare system. In developed countries like USA, UK, Australia, Asia majority of the biggest companies approximately 15% of GPs and manage 5% of their respective country's general practice. The 2015 annual report indicates employment of 17,000 staff members over all operations, together with 45 hospitals for in- and out-patients (Health scope, 2015b). The report conjointly states that over 2 million GP consultations were completed within the previous twelve months. Latest statistics recommend that increase in funding can increase by $2.5 billion a year, so as to extend the force of GP’s by another 5,000 by 2020.


  • Track 5-1Health Diversity
  • Track 5-2Dental Primary Care
  • Track 5-3Opthalmology
  • Track 5-4Dermatology
  • Track 5-5Resuscitation of the new-born
  • Track 5-6Community Primary Care
  • Track 5-7Maternal Primary Care
  • Track 5-8Prescribing in Primary Health Care
  • Track 5-9Patient Consultation
  • Track 5-10Primary Health Care Services

Emergency care is a role of general practitioners and that they ought to be properly educated equipped skilled and organize their practices to supply prompt and effective management whenever the requirement required. In developed countries like USA, UK, Australia, Asia majority of the most important companies use around 15% of GPs and manage 5% of their individual country's general practice. The 2015 annual report indicates employment of 17,000 workers members over all operations, together with 45 hospitals for in- and out-patients. The report additionally states that over 2 million doc consultations were completed within the previous twelve months. Latest statistics recommend that increase in funding can increase by $2.5 billion a year, so as to extend the men of GP’s by another 5,000 by 2020.


  • Track 6-1Emergency patient encounters
  • Track 6-2Adult basic life support
  • Track 6-3Resuscitation of the new-born
  • Track 6-4Suicide and attempted suicide
  • Track 6-5Head and Facial injury
  • Track 6-6Scalds and Burns
  • Track 6-7Accidents and Injuries

General Practitioners are being quite ever in managing the sophisticated infectious diseases. There are too few communicable disease specialists to fulfil the demand, significantly in rural areas. Complicating issue like increasing antibiotic resistance, lack of recent antimicrobials are the foremost serious health threats. General Practitioners could greatly improve the management of the patients with infectious diseases.

  • Track 7-1Childhood viral infections
  • Track 7-2Bacterial Infections
  • Track 7-3Immunization
  • Track 7-4Infectious diseases

Chronic illness Management in General Practice involves acceptable prevention, early identification and best observe management methods. General practitioners and their workers square measure typically the primary purpose of contact within the health system and play a key role within the primary intervention, prevention, designation and management of chronic illness within the community.

  • Track 8-1Medically unexplained symptoms
  • Track 8-2Chronic Disease Management
  • Track 8-3Assessment of Pain
  • Track 8-4Elderly care and Rehabilation
  • Track 8-5Carers

General practice for child health is a preparatory idea that has imperative part as a rule wellbeing research.  According to the studies conducted, 91% of the GP surgeries wished to continue providing CHS services, although the 1991 and 2004 revised contract provided the option to opt out of the CHS services. According to the recent studies it may be noted that 14 out of 33 GP (42.5%) had actually worked as paediatric senior house officer (SHO) whereas 5 responded as having no training (15%). The survey revealed that 9% of the GP surgeries responded as having opted out of the CHS activities, appointment of some part-time GP or health practitioners with special interest dedicated towards conducting CHS activities were thought necessary. The 1990 GP national contract of “one size fits all” type was failing by the mid-1990s to serve the needs of the GP and the patients in some areas of the country, particularly noted in the deprived areas of the inner cities. In a study in East London in 2000, 62% of the practices were registered for CHS activities and 71% provided a service for child health clinic.

  • Track 9-1The Neonatal check
  • Track 9-2Birth Trauma
  • Track 9-3Common Childhood Problems
  • Track 9-4Genetic Problems
  • Track 9-5Neonatal jaundice

From 2001 through 2010, the percentage of adults with multiple chronic conditions rose from 22% up to 25%. Because the adult population is around 70 million, this seemingly small increase represents over 2 million additional adults with multiple chronic conditions. Overall 87 percent are recruiting cardiologists during the next 24 months. A Recent study finds that between 1981 – 2000 coronary heart disease (CHD) dropped by 62 percent among males and by 51 percent among females. Patients managed in general practice were older (mean age 79 years (S.D. 8.5) and more often female than "cardiology patients" (mean age 64 years). Ischaemic heart disease (31 vs. 57%) was more prevalent in "cardiology patients". Additional investigations such as chest radiography (51% vs. 84%), electrocardiography (39% vs. 100%), and (Doppler-) echocardiography (12% vs. 97%) were performed more often in "cardiology patients". Most patients received diuretics (85% vs.79%). Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors (40% vs. 76%), beta-blockers (9% vs. 30%), spironolactone (11% vs. 32%), and angiotensin-II-antagonists (6% vs. 13%) were prescribed much more often to "cardiology patients".


  • Track 10-1Cardiac investigations
  • Track 10-2Cardiomyopathy and Heart Transplant
  • Track 10-3Hypertension
  • Track 10-4Chronic Heart failure
  • Track 10-5Cardiovascular risk reduction

Good medical practice says that must recognise and work within the limits of the competence and that must keep knowledge and skills up to date. They must maintain and develop knowledge and skills in pharmacology and therapeutics, as well as prescribing and the medicines management, relevant to the role and prescribing practice.

  • Track 11-1Medicines Management
  • Track 11-2Prescribing Guidelines
  • Track 11-3Prevention of adverse drug reactions

General practice is fundamental to the success of Healthcare System. Health provision in general practice is first-contact, continuous, comprehensive, and personalized. General practice adheres to core values of universal access, patient centered and population based care over time, and efficient organization and advocacy.

  • Track 12-1Education in Primary Care
  • Track 12-2Clinical governance
  • Track 12-3Career Options for General Practitioners
  • Track 12-4Clinical guidelines and Protocols
  • Track 12-5Apraisal and Revalidation

The family doctor is an uniquely trained to care for the whole person throughout his or her life, from birth to old age. Family doctors often receive training outside the general medicine in the areas of paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, and geriatrics.

  • Track 13-1Family Practice and Outpatient Care
  • Track 13-2Family Practice Management

General Medical Service’s contract is the contract between general practices and NHS England for delivering primary care services to local communities. Offer local flexibility compared to the nationally negotiated General Medical Services contracts by offering variation in the range of services which may be provided by the practice, the financial arrangements for those services and the provider structure.

  • Track 14-1General Medical Services
  • Track 14-2Policy Contexts
  • Track 14-3Primary Care Contracts

Surgery has always been seen as an integral part of general practice. However, because it requires particular skills, it is time consuming, and needs special equipment and facilities; few general practitioners are actively undertaking minor surgical work. The new regulations for general practice' will allow a list of accredited practitioners to be remunerated for such work and this will lead to a reappraisal of professional attitudes. Minor surgery in general practice is cost-effective, is convenient for patients and is professionally satisfying for the doctor, but against these factors must be set the cost of equipment, fear of litigation if things go wrong and the demands on available time. Despite the hostility of most general practitioners to the imposition of the new contract the proposals for minor surgery may be perceived as more of a challenge than a threat. In future there will be a list of general practitioners who are accredited to perform a range of minor surgical procedures not only upon their own patients but upon the patients of colleagues in neighbouring practices who may be referred to them.

  • Track 15-1Lower and Upper Limb injections
  • Track 15-2Removal of Skin Lesions
  • Track 15-3Providing Minor surgery
  • Track 15-4Basic Techniques

General observe nursing is that the quickest growing space at intervals the attention sector and covers several areas of nursing practice together with mode education, aged care, women’s health, men’s health, infection control, chronic illness management together with cardiovascular, respiratory illness and COPD care, immunisation, cancer management, mental state, maternal and child health, health promotion, population health, diabetes, wound management, Aboriginal health etc.

  • Track 16-1Critical Care Nursing
  • Track 16-2Geriatrics
  • Track 16-3Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing
  • Track 16-4Nurse Career and Education
  • Track 16-5Nurse Practitioners