About Conference

Primary Healthcare 2021 welcomes attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world to Vienna. We are glad to invite you all to attend and register for WORLD CONGRESS ON PRIMARY HEALTHCARE AND MEDICARE SUMMIT which is going to be held on NOVEMBER 08-09, 2021 at VIENNA, AUSTRIA

The conference offers a unique forum for participants to exchange knowledge and experience within the prevention of healthcare associated infections and control of diseases around the world. The most resonating topics are going to be addressed including quality of patient care, advanced methods in hospital epidemiology research and early results of major clinical trials within the field, improving prevention strategies using various implementation tools also like social media, telemedicine, and simulation models.

We look forward to your active participation in the PRIMARY HEALTHCARE 2021, as well as welcoming you to VIENNA, AUSTRIA on NOVEMBER 08-09, 2021 – please mark your calendars!

WHO WILL ATTEND:
·         National and international healthcare organization and association executives.
·         Primary health leaders, Innovation and research experts.
·         Government healthcare representatives and healthcare policy planners.
·         Clinical management experts, Public health & Diagnostic laboratory professionals.
·         Pharmaceutical companies, medical device, health technology equipment suppliers.
·         Academies, corporations, hospital and medical research institutions.

WHAT TO EXPECT:
Offering a compelling mix of keynotes, panel discussions, concurrent sessions, paper presentations, posters, hospital and health site visits, networking opportunities, social activities and an industry exhibition, the World Primary Healthcare Congress provides a comprehensive event experience that should not be missed.

·         Learn from thought leaders, experts, and high-level professionals over two transformative days.
·         Get updated on best practices, innovations, and solutions from across the globe.
·         Connect and network with global health leaders, CEOs, decision-makers, and industry peers.
·         Share and exchange knowledge and experiences with participants from 50+ countries.
·         Hear innovative ideas and gain insights that you can apply in your organization.
·         Explore the vibrant sites and rich culture of Vienna.

Organizing Committee Members

Sorush Niknamian

Professor,Liberty University, USA

Songkwan Silaruks

Professor,Khon Kaen University, Thailand

Yehuda Shoenfeld

Professor,Tel-Aviv University, Israel

Gregory M. Gurican

Manager,WellSpan Health, USA

Kate ONeill

Director,Chatham University, USA

Registration

$ 899
Academic
  • Access to all Scientific & Poster Sessions, Exhibitions
  • Handbook & Conference Kit
  • Certificate Accreditation from the Committee
  • 2 Coffee breaks (Refreshments and snacks)
  • Lunch Break
  • Wi-Fi in Conference Hall
$ 799
Delegate
  • Access to all Scientific & Poster Sessions, Exhibitions
  • Handbook & Conference Kit
  • Certificate Accreditation from the Committee
  • 2 Coffee breaks (Refreshments and snacks)
  • Lunch
  • Wi-Fi in Conference Hall
$ 999
Business
  • Access to all Scientific & Poster Sessions, Exhibitions
  • Handbook & Conference Kit
  • Certificate Accreditation from the Committee
  • 2 Coffee breaks (Refreshments and snacks)
  • Lunch
  • Wi-Fi in Conference Hall
$ 499
Student
  • Access to all Scientific & Poster Sessions, Exhibitions
  • Handbook & Conference Kit
  • Certificate Accreditation from the Committee
  • 2 Coffee breaks (Refreshments and snacks)
  • Lunch
  • Wi-Fi in Conference Hall

Venue & Hospitality

Conference Location

Lindner Hotel Am Belvedere, Rennweg 12 1030, Vienna, Austria

Vienna, Austria

Vienna is that the federal capital, largest city and one among nine states of Austria. Vienna is Austria’s primate city, with a population of about 1.9 million. It's the 7th-largest city by population within city limits within the European Union. Until the start of the 20th century, it had been the most important German-speaking city within the world, and before the splitting of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in war I, the town had 2 million inhabitants.

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