Deadline for submission of abstracts extended to February 5, 2013.
The Scientific Committee is encouraging everybody to be a part of the scientific program by submitting abstracts. We are planning a scientific program which aims to develop medical excellence in various aspects, including researches, academics, and health services. The four-day scientific program has the following themes: Climate Change, Environment and Health , Family Medicine Research, Family Medicine Education and Family Health Care Issues.
The diverse range of events, will be in a mixture of formats such as plenary sessions, special lecture, symposium, workshops, and free communications (oral and poster presentation), among others. It is anticipated that delegates will benefit from discussions about:
• Acute and long-term physical and mental health consequences of severe weather events associated with environmental degradation and global climate change; and the range of effective action needed for primary prevention and treatment of the adverse impact on human health.
• Current advances in family medicine researches in the social, biological and medical sciences to encourage primary health care reforms;
• Innovations and discoveries in family medicine education both global and local while enhancing skills in the specific areas of teaching.
• Shared and exchanged views with leading experts on evidence-based knowledge as well as experiences in family health care, including innovations and advancement in medicine, integrated multidisciplinary care, and useful essential clinical practice. Family Health Care Issues on Universal Coverage, Patient Safety, and Quality will also be discussed.
We hope you will be submitting your abstract before October 31, 2012.
Guidelines for submission can be read by clicking on the Upload Abstract option on the menu above (top most part of the web page).