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Due to many requests, the paper submission deadline has been extended to 6 July.

WELCOME TO IMHSC 2024

* The conference will be hybrid mode. Authors can present their papers physically or online.

  • Each Paper and Abstract will be assigned a Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
  • All accepted and registered papers and abstracts will be published in the Conference Proceedings with ISBN Number.

We are delighted to announce the “International Medicine and Health Sciences Congress (IMHSC)” which will be held on 5-7 November 2024 in the Maldives National University, Maldives. The aim of the International Medicine and Health Sciences Congress (IMHSC 2024) is to provide a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue, knowledge sharing, and collaboration among researchers, healthcare professionals, academicians, policymakers, and industry experts in the field of medicine and health sciences. This conference seeks to foster a dynamic environment that promotes the exchange of innovative ideas, research findings, and best practices to address the pressing challenges and opportunities in healthcare and medical research.

Specific Objectives:
  • Promote Scientific Advancement
  • Multidisciplinary Collaboration
  • Knowledge Exchange
  • Addressing Global Health Challenges
  • Innovation and Technology Integration
  • Healthcare Policy and Ethics
  • Education and Professional Development
  • Public Health and Community Engagement
  • Bridging Research and Practice
  • Networking and Collaboration Opportunities
  • Promoting Evidence-Based Practice
  • Inspiring the Next Generation

Overall, the aim of IMHSC 2024 is to create a vibrant and inclusive platform where professionals in medicine and health sciences can come together to advance knowledge, drive innovation, and contribute to the improvement of healthcare on a global scale. Through meaningful discussions and collaborations, IMHSC 2024 strives to make a positive impact on the health and well-being of individuals and communities worldwide.

The topics of the conference include (but are not limited to):
  • 1. Clinical Medicine:
    • Advances in diagnosis and treatment methods.
    • Evidence-based medicine.
    • Clinical trials and research.
    • Medical ethics and patient care.
  • 2. Medical Specialties:
    • Cardiology.
    • Oncology.
    • Pediatrics.
    • Neurology.
    • Gastroenterology.
    • Dermatology.
    • Psychiatry.
  • 3. Public Health:
    • Epidemiology and disease control.
    • Global health issues.
    • Global health issues.
    • Health policy and management.
    • Healthcare disparities and access.
    • Health education and promotion.
  • 4. Medical Research:
    • Basic and translational research.
    • Biomedical innovations.
    • Genetics and genomics.
    • Drug development and pharmacology.
    • Stem cell research.
  • 5. Healthcare Technology:
    • Health informatics and electronic health records.
    • Telemedicine and telehealth.
    • Medical imaging and diagnostics.
    • Healthcare data analytics.
    • Artificial intelligence in healthcare.
  • 6. Medical Education:
    • Medical curriculum development.
    • Medical simulation and training.
    • Continuing medical education.
    • Assessment methods and evaluation.
  • 7. Mental Health:
    • Psychiatry and psychology.
    • Behavioral health interventions.
    • Mental health policy and awareness.
  • 8. Infectious Diseases:
    • Emerging infectious diseases.
    • Vaccines and immunology.
    • Antimicrobial resistance.
  • 9. Nutrition and Dietetics:
    • Nutritional science.
    • Dietary guidelines and recommendations.
    • Obesity and weight management.
  • 10. Medical Ethics and Law:
    • Ethical dilemmas in healthcare.
    • Legal issues in medicine.
    • Patient rights and consent.
  • 11. Alternative and Integrative Medicine:
    • Traditional medicine practices.
    • Complementary therapies.
    • Holistic health approaches.
  • 12. Healthcare Systems and Management:
    • Hospital administration and operations.
    • Health economics.
    • Quality improvement in healthcare.
  • 13. Global Health:
    • Pandemic preparedness and response.
    • Access to healthcare in underserved regions.
    • International collaborations in health research.
  • 14. Aging and Gerontology:
    • Geriatric medicine.
    • Long-term care and elderly health.
  • 15. Environmental Health:
    • Environmental factors and health outcomes.
    • Climate change and health impacts.
  • 16. Patient Experience:
    • Patient-centered care.
    • Health communication.
    • Patient advocacy.