We are glad to inform you…
Endemic Non Infectious Diseases Scientific ENIDS-conference 2019, @ Kabale , hopes to provide a platform for experts from all works of life to discus the finding of their research with colleagues with wider impacts. You have published the paper but no body have quoted, seen, dowloaded, shared or used the papers, you can submit the abstracts to ENIDS-conference and get ready to present them for wider covvereage. The silent epidemic of non infectious diseases are aslo the target of ENIDS-conference so that where adequate diagnosis will help improve reports accordingly. WENIDS-conference wants to asemble the best brains from all works of life from all countries to discuss the silent global epidemic by ENID with the ultimate goal of sharing ideas on how best to reduce the associated skyrocketing mortality.
ENID kills more people than HIV/TB/Malaria. ENIDS-conference will provide the platform for stakeholders to deliberate on how to form a consortia that makes maximum use of available resources. The silent epidemics of diseases for discussion during the ENIDS-conference must be identified and discussed by stakeholders for effective intervention to be implemented for ultimate reduction of the disease burden in developing country setting
ENIDS-conference organizers invite All University Dons, managers, researchers, doctors, Pharmacists, Public Health officers, Biomedical Scientists, donors, NGOs, policy makers, industries, and interested but not listed members of the general populace. ENIDS-conference organizers invite Abstracts of original or published papers or ongoing research articles for presentation at the ENIDS Conference scheduled for November 8-9TH, 2019, at the Kabale University, Kabale, Uganda.
- Heart disease,
- Cancer (Lung, skin)
- Sickle cell disease.
- Autoimmune diseases,
- Mental disorders,
- Hormonal conditions .
- Complications of Non infectious diseases
- Impacts of Non infectious disease in Global dis epidemic
- Molecular diagnosis of Endemic Non-infectious dis ENID
- Innovations in the management of ENID
- Policy implications of ENID epidemic in the tropics