Scientific Program

Conference Series LLC Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 2nd International Conference on Public Health & Healthcare Rome, Italy.

Day 1 :

Euro Public health - 2022 International Conference Keynote Speaker Gjergj Koja photo

Dr. Gjergji Koja, has a diploma from the University of Tirana, Faculty of Medicine in 1995 as a Medical Doctor. In the same year, he became part of Durres Hospital as a pathologist medical doctor. Meanwhile, Dr. Koja has completed his Master in Medical Sciences during the years 2001-2002 and Master in European Studies during the years 2004-2005.


The outbreak of COVID-19 affected the lives of all sections of society and caused serious implications on mental health. The lockdown, closure of educational institutions, and online learning have a significant effect on the education, social life, and mental health of students. The aimed study was to investigate and analyzed the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on the life of students


Euro Public health - 2022 International Conference Keynote Speaker Elham Azimzadeh photo

Elham Azimzadeh, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran



The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of physical guidance (PG) frequency on learning a tracking task in children with hemiplegic spastic cerebral palsy (CP). For this purpose twenty-five children, aged 7-15 years with CP affecting the left side of the body, who were classified in levels II–III of Manual Abilities Classification System (MACS) and levels III- IV of Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS), were recruited from ten clinical centres. A pre-test including two blocks of 12 trials of the tracking task without any PG was performed by all participants, after that they were assigned into five homogenous groups (with 100%, 75%, 50%, 25%, and 0% of PG) through blocked randomization according to their age. All participants involved in an intervention consisted of eight sessions (four blocks of 12 trials in each session) practicing a tracking task. 

Euro Public health - 2022 International Conference Keynote Speaker Dua Ahmed Ali photo

I am third year medical student at Dow Medical College. I have won INTEL ISEF provincial research competition related to my another research related to environmental sciences and presented my research named sewage treatment through egg shell at INTEL ISEF national level and DUHS DICE health exhibition


The corona (COVID-19) pandemic has become threatened the people all around the world and has impacted the people psychologically. The research data is needed to formulate psychological interventions to lower the anxiety. The aim of the study was to assess the anxiety and stress levels among the general public of Karachi during COVID-pandemic

Keynote Forum

Brunilda Elezi

Alexander Xhuvani University,Albania

Keynote: Prevalence of Mental Health Conditions: A community-based cross-sectional study
Euro Public health - 2022 International Conference Keynote Speaker Brunilda Elezi photo

Brunilda Elezi  in Alexander Xhuvani University, Elbasan, Albania


Introduction: Mental health such as depression and anxiety are the most important health indicators that cause considerable morbidity in elderly people. Providing elderly mental healthcare in Elbasan city, especially during the pandemic Covid-19 time is challenging due to many reasons such as the unusual situation that this pandemic caused, also the growth of the elderly population, and limited health resources.
Objective: We examined the prevalence of depression, and anxiety, as well as the risk factors of these mental health issues among elderly over 65 years old in Elbasan city.
Method: This is a cross-sectional study conducted on 617 persons ≥65 years old that living in Elbasan city. A google form or a face-to-face interview with a pre-tested questionnaire was carried out by all participants. General Anxiety Disorder Assessment (GAD) for anxiety assessment and Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) for depression assessment was incorporated into the questionnaire. Data were analyzed by chi-square test. All statistical analyses were done using SPSS version 20.0. P-values less than 0.05 were considered statistically significant.
Results: The prevalence of depression and anxiety in this study resulted in 87.8% and 88% respectively. More of the patients 80.2% (495/617) had passed the COVID-19 disease. According to the severity of anxiety and depression, in most of the cases, 77.9% (325/417) resulted in mild anxiety, while 71.4% (302/417) resulted in mild depression. The highest prevalence is observed in age groups (65 to 75 years old). Women were an almost double number of cases 66% compared to males. The women were 1.8 times at risk for anxiety compared to males for 95% CI [0.45-3.42] p-value resulted =0.02 and 1.4 times in risk for occurrence of depression compared to men for CI 95% [0.39-3.12] p-value resulted=0.03. There was found a strong association between marital status, level of monthly income, comorbidities, and living conditions with anxiety and depression.
Conclusion: The findings of this study suggested a higher prevalence of anxiety and depression during the covid-19 pandemic time. Women were the most affected gender and persons between the ages of 65-75 years old. We strongly recommended raising community awareness of mental health, encouraging social participation, and supportive counseling is also essential in combating anxiety and depression among adults. Taking action to address the burden of major depressive disorder and anxiety disorders should be an immediate option for all medical staff and stakeholders.
Keywords: adults, Anxiety, Depression, Elbasan patients


Euro Public health - 2022 International Conference Keynote Speaker Shailesh Kumari photo

Shailesh Kumari is Pursuing her PhD in Hospital Administration. She is doing research on “A Study on Quality of Work Life for Women Managers in Private Multi-Specialty Hospitals in Delhi NCR”. Her focus on the women managers working in the healthcare industry which is going to give fruitful outcome through this research as this a novel topic in healthcare sector. She has published several articles on “A study on Psychological behaviour of the Administrative Employees in the Hospital in Delhi”, “A study on Healthcare and Hospital preferences of youth during covid in Delhi NCR” etc.


Statement of problem - Quality of work life effort in a hospital's setting is not easy because of the  unique administrative structure and inherent complexities of modern hospitals. With rising levels of education and consequent aspirations and governing employee consciousness of their rights, it has become imperative for Indian private sector hospitals to be more and more concerned about the quality of work life for their women managers. Quality of work life directly affects organization's ability to serve its customers. By measuring the QWL, it increases positive attitudes of the employees towards the organisation and enhances organisation effectiveness. For upgrading the quality of work life of women managers, there is need for analysing and undertaking their challenges. The study covers women managers of Private hospitals. A satisfied women managers will be having a positive attitude towards her job and would go beyond the normal expectation in her job. Methodology and theoretical observations- This study is a descriptive research methodology to accomplish the purpose. It is based on both primary and secondary data. Primary data have been
collected through a well-structured questionnaire given to the 320 women managers of the private multispecialty hospitals in Delhi NCR region and their responses were analysed further with IBM SPSS software to conduct the further research. Findings- Women managers were not satisfied with their income at managerial level. If their income is pitiable then they may not stick on to their current job for long term in future. Women managers are spending lot of time on commuting. Commuting becomes stressful and hence they must be given good incentives, better pays and flexibility in shifts timings must be there. Most of the staff is facing heavy
work stress which has to be tackled by providing professional training, counselling sessions and other feasible modes of support.
Conclusions and significance- In India, Private hospitals play a vital role in resolving the problems of inequality, unemployment, and underemployment. It is the multi-dimensional aspects of the working
environment, training, and development, career growth, rewards, and compensation. Due to globalization of health sector, there is a lot of opportunity, growth and fulfilling jobs for healthcare
employees. Health care sector is more people centric service sector which is rising quickly in recent years. Ensuring hospital employee job satisfaction is important to retain the employees and to deliver
health services successfully. By providing better Quality of Work Life will lead to high performance from the employees, dedication towards work, reduced absenteeism, and higher productivity.