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31st World Neonatal, Pediatric and Family Medicine Conference, will be organized around the theme “Current Emerging Trends in Pediatrics, Neonatal Medicine and Family Medicine Research”

FANEOTRICS 2022 is comprised of 13 tracks and 0 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in FANEOTRICS 2022.

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Family medicine (FM), formerly known as family practise (FP), is a medical specialty that provides comprehensive health care to patients of all ages. They are the patient's first point of contact when it comes to health issues. The specialists are referred to as family physicians or family doctors. Family physicians are trained to perform procedures such as endoscopy, family planning, and early pregnancy evaluation.

  • Internal medicine
  • Family physician
  • Physiotherapy nurse
  • Hospital management
  • Hospice and palliative medicine


The Division of General Pediatrics is dedicated to delivering exceptional clinical care to patients from all socioeconomic backgrounds and with all degrees of medical complexity, as well as performing cutting-edge health services research and training future academic leaders in the field. The purpose of comprehensive primary care nowadays is to keep children healthy.

  • Nutrition counselling
  • Immunizations
  • Clinical pediatrics
  • Nutrition counselling
  • Health screening and disease prevention
  • Adolescent medicine
  • Child psychology

The Pediatric Oncology Branch is focused on improving results so that children with tumour propensity syndromes can have better outcomes. Pediatric oncology conferences are part of a comprehensive approach to detecting and treating disease in children and adolescents. Tyke tumour is thought to have a global occurrence rate of around 175,000 per year and a passage rate of over 96,000 per year. In affluent countries, the mortality rate for young people is around 20%. In children and teenagers, paediatric hematologists/oncologists diagnose, treat, and manage the following conditions.

  • Leukemias, lymphomas, brain tumours, bone tumours, and solid tumours are all cancers.
  • White blood cell, red blood cell, and platelet abnormalities are all examples of blood cell diseases.
  • Disorders of bruising and clotting

Pediatric dentists are dental practitioners who specialise in caring for infants and children with special health needs. A paediatric dentist can offer a wide range of treatment options as well as the essential experience and training to care for a child's teeth, gums, and mouth. Children who do not obtain enough oral care are at danger of having tooth decay and infection, which can cause pain and discomfort for the rest of their lives.

  • Orthodontics
  • Dental traumatology
  • Dental implantology
  • Holistic dentistry
  • Oral cancer
  • Dental surgery

The discipline of diagnosing and treating cardiac/heart diseases in children is known as paediatric cardiology. Cardiologists who specialise in treating children and infants are known as paediatric cardiologists. During Pediatric Cardiology Conferences, new research fields are encouraged, such as cardiac issues in newborns. Children and adolescents are taught about embryology and anatomy, physiology and pharmacology, biochemistry, pathology, genetics, radiography, clinical concerns, investigative cardiology, electrophysiology and echocardiography, and heart surgery. The Conferences are open to academics, physicians, healthcare executives, and policymakers. Pediatric cardiology is concerned with the diagnosis, treatment, and management of cardiac diseases in children.

  • Congenital heart disease
  • Arrhythmias

Neonatal care is a nursing specialty that focuses on children who are born with a variety of conditions, including prematurity, birth abnormalities, infection, heart defects, surgical difficulties, and so on. Newborns are cared for by neonatal nurses from the time they are born until they are discharged from the hospital. Working in the NICU with ventilators and incubators, evaluating babies' responses, and educating parents how to properly care for their infants, neonatal practitioners have the most demanding obligations.

  • Neonatal respiratory diseases
  • Preventive care
  • Neonatal disorders
  • Chronic management
  • Epilepsy in neonates
  • Diagnosis & treatment

Women's health is a medical speciality concerned with the treatment and diagnosis of diseases and conditions that impair a woman's physical and mental well-being. Gynaecology is one of the most important branches of medicine concerned with women's health. Prenatal and childbirth therapies include, among other things, a nutritious diet, prenatal vitamins, and drugs. Midwifery cares for women during pregnancy, labour, and the postpartum period, as well as the newborn. The basic goal is to avoid health problems during pregnancy, recognise abnormal circumstances, get medical aid when necessary, and take appropriate action if medical help is unavailable.

  • Menopause and hormone therapy
  • Midwifery health profession
  • Pregnancy
  • Hygiene
  • Birth control

Congenital cardiac illness, arrhythmias, and pulmonary hypertension in children are diagnosed and treated by paediatric cardiologists. Pediatric cardiologists and paediatric cardiac surgeons work together to establish the best therapies and tactics for children who may need heart surgery.

  • Pediatric pulmonary hypertension
  • Heart function in very sick new-borns
  • Electrophysiology
  • Fetal cardiology
  • Heart rhythm
  • Cardiac malformations

Nutrition is essential for good health. Infants take modest amounts of food at a time, necessitating a lot of attention during this time. The most important intrauterine environmental factor that influences foetal genome expression and can contribute to developmental problems later in life is paediatric nutrition. At all times, the youngster should be fed healthy protein-based foods such as meat, nuts, and eggs. Fibre-dense whole-grain breads and cereals should be served.

  • Physical growth and maturation
  • Essential vitamins and minerals
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Pediatric development
  • Eating disorders
  • Weight management


Pediatric nursing is the medical care given to children in a hospital or clinic setting from infancy until puberty. To provide the finest medical care for children, paediatric nurses routinely cooperate with other health experts. They are vital in keeping track of the health of young patients and giving care and support during their treatment. The current state of the practise is based on studies conducted in the field of paediatric nursing. The following are the most common tendencies.

  • Family centred care
  • High technology care
  • Evidence based practise
  • Atraumatic care
  • Cost containment
  • Prevention and health promotion

Pediatric psychology investigates the psychological effects of illness in children and adolescents, as well as the formation of healthy habits. Psychological challenges are addressed in a developmental framework, confirming the dynamic relationship that occurs between children and their families. Some of the most common areas of research include environmental factors and psychosocial development that contribute to the development of a disorder, outcomes of children with medical conditions, treating emotional and behavioural components of illness, and promoting proper developmental disabilities and health behaviours. Pediatric psychologists work in a range of settings and are responsible for a variety of tasks, including

  • Health promotion/prevention and early intervention programmes
  • Assist individuals who are mentally retarded or have developmental impairments.
  • Psychological counselling and training for doctors
  • Public policy and public health.

The conferences are centred on basic paediatric research and child health. Clinical Pediatrics covers topics such as ADHD, Alternative Medicine, Antibiotics, Bicycle Injuries, New Combination Vaccines, Childhood Obesity, Head Lice, Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Vaccine, Managing Hypertension, and New Diabetes Treatment. Pediatric Emergencies, Practice Management, and Resident Education are all topics covered in this course. Clinical paediatrics usually focuses on issues that arise in the course of practise, such as

  • Primary Care
  • Pediatric Infections
  • Sleep Disorders