ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

Genomics is an interdisciplinary field of biology focusing on the structure, function, evolution, mapping, and editing of genomes. Genomics is a broad discipline in clinical practice. Based on the principle that “Health care will move more toward prevention rather than cure”, genomics will likely prove an important enabler in understanding the disease pattern. The impact of genomic information has the potential to improve healthcare outcomes, quality, and safety, and result in cost savings. We believe this conference will provide an opportunity for all the delegates to enhance their competencies in the field of Genomics and improves health care practice.

THEMES

  • Genetic Disorders and prevention
  • Role of Interprofessional in identifying the genetic disorders and their management
  • Nursing in the genomics era
  • Genomics in healthcare research including systematic review & meta-analysis and its application in clinical practice
  • Genomics in Health Equity research
  • Future application of Genomics in education, communication, behavioural, healthcare, and social science research.

Who can attend

Health care professionals, academicians, researchers and students.

This conference provides an opportunity to collaborate and collectively share their knowledge, experience, and expertise through scientific presentations either oral and poster presentations.

IMPORTANT DATES

Mark Your Calendar

Early bird registration – 31/01/2023

Abstract submission – 14/01/2023