- Aims and Objectives
- Pre-Conference Workshop
- General Information
- Abstract Submission
- Online Registration
- Scientific Session Agenda
- Welcome to Bhutan
- Useful Information
Primary Health Care for Universal Health Coverage: everyone everywhere
- Provide an opportunity to local health professionals and researchers to update on the latest developments in the field of medical and health sciences.
- Facilitate better cooperation and collaboration among healthcare providers and researchers.
- Provide a scientific platform to present research findings on health sciences for the local as well as international health professionals and researchers.
- Encourage research on the principles and practice of medical and health sciences.
- Encourage Bhutanese health professionals to gather at least once in a year for a scientific session to update and share professional experiences.
Sub-Theme 1: Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) and Infectious Diseases
- Youth and NCDs
- Women and NCDs
- Analyzing political economy to determinants of NCDs
- System approaches to combat NCDs
- Addressing critical challenges to governance of NCDs
- Quality research, clinical care and management of NCDs
- Service delivery to combat NCDs
Infectious/ Communicable diseases
- Emerging & re-emerging diseases/epidemics
- Quality research and best practices
- Prevention and newer diagnostic tools
- Clinical care and management
- Multi-sectoral, national and international collaborations.
Sub-Theme 2: Integrated approach with Allopathic, traditional medicine and local healer etc.
- Holistic approach to healthcare often referred to as caring for the whole person – mind, body and spirit in the context of the community.
- Integration of various healing practices (traditional, cultural, local, spiritual, etc.) with conventional modern medicine.
- Collaborative approach to patient care among practitioners with diverse healing background.
- Role of cultural belief and practices in the primary health system.
- Scope and challenges in making integrative health a reality.
Sub-Theme 3: Community empowerment: key pre-requisites for establishing universal health coverage. Parameters of community empowerment:
- Access to information and UHC at the cost, community and country can afford
- Individual and community participation in decision-making forums (in planning and implementation of their healthcare)
- Ability to demand accountability from decisions makers
- Shared sense of ownership, joint accountability of the agenda
- Able to hold provider accountable for quality and outcome
- Capacity to work in partnership with public services
- Proactive attitude of community
- Empowerment of youthMSTF (Multi Sector Task Force, sectorial heads in districts) and CBSS (Community Based support system, RENEW volunteers through horizontal engagement) have been volunteering in the community in combatting health and social issues like HIV/AIDS, Sexual Reproductive and Health Rights, Domestic violence with or without Govt. support.
- Involving local government and community in promoting healthy practices, developing health promoting display materials around the health issues and observing health days like world AIDS day, International women’s day etc.
Sub-Theme 4: People centered health care – multidisciplinary approach
- Diverse perspectives to illustrate a topic, theme or issue from all professional background
- PEN HEARTS
- Community approach to healthcare
- Integrated approach with Allopathic, traditional medicine and local healer etc.
- Palliative care
- Care for people with disability in primary health care
Sub-Theme 5: Voices of PHC workers
- Project that has made health impact at the community
- Innovation in work environment and service delivery in primary care.
- Opportunities and challenges in primary care.
- Life changing experiences from primary care centers.
Sub-Theme 6: Innovative health policies and systems
- Innovative or transformative health policy intervention including remodeling or reorganization of structure undertaken in primary health care management, administration, etc.
- Transformative health intervention strategies undertaken to improve or strengthen primary health care (all areas of primary health care)
- Pilot or community based case studies undertaken to transform primary health care services, etc. such as PEN HEARTS approach to NCDs
- Innovative and sustainable financing for universal health coverage
- Innovative and sustainable health workforce development for universal health coverage
- Ensuring service delivery including procurement system in primary health care
- Making every population and patients count in innovative health care information system
Sub-Theme 7: Role of Innovative technology in PHC
- Application of digital technologies (mobile health, electronic health, etc.) to improve or strengthen primary health care
- Application of Big data or AI in primary health care areas (surveillance, NCDs, CVD risk prediction, etc.)
- Predictive computer simulation modelling studies in NCDs, infectious diseases, vaccines, etc.
- Make disability to ability by innovative technologies
- Low-cost essential medical devices with using technologies for universal health coverage
Sub-Theme 8: Mother and Child Health
To leave no mother and child behind, make Universal Health Coverage real in the society at large and generations to come.
- Hot topics in public health interventions for mothers and children in primary health care
- Effective interventions during 1000 golden days -to invest from the conception to the child age of 2 years
- School health, preconception and adolescent health in primary health care
- Sexual health in primary health care
- Primary health care for women and children with special health care needs
|Date||23 – 25 October 2019 (Fri-Sun)|
|Venue||Convention Centre (Royal University of Bhutan),
Lower Motithang, Thimphu, Bhutan
|Language||English and Dzongkha|
||Dr. Neyzang Wangmo,
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone No: +975-17333510
Mr. Tashi Norbu,
Phone No: +975-77109559
|Abstract||The Scientific Committee reviews the submitted abstracts. The outcome of the selection will be notified accordingly. Abstracts must be submitted online|
|Letter of Invitation||A formal letter of invitation will be issued to registered delegates by the Secretariat.|
|Certificate of participation||A certificate of attendance will be issued to all.|
Guidelines for Oral and Poster Presentation Presentation Guidelines:
- Abstract Submission Deadline: 15th August, 2019 (Closed)
- Upload CV using the sample format – click to download format
- Font Size: 12
- Font Style: Times New Roman
|Oral presentation||Poster Presentation|
Abstract submission closed
|Abstract submission closed|
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ROYAL UNIVERSITY OF BHUTAN
Lower Motithang, Thimphu, Bhutan
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Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas’ eastern edge, is a land of monasteries, fortresses (or dzongs) and dramatic topography ranging from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. In the High Himalayas, peaks such as 7,326m Jomolhari are a destination for serious trekkers. Taktsang Palphug (Tiger’s Nest) monastery, a sacred site, clings to cliffs above the forested Paro Valley.
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