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Case Reports 2024

About Conference

The 19th International Conference on Clinical & Medical Case Reports is a highly anticipated event that will take place on April 17-18, 2024, in the captivating city of Paris, France. This prestigious conference serves as a platform for medical professionals, researchers, scientists, and scholars from around the world to gather and exchange knowledge, experiences, and advancements in the field of clinical and medical case reports.

Hosted in one of the most culturally rich and historically significant cities, the conference promises to offer an immersive and intellectually stimulating environment. Paris, renowned for its exquisite architecture, art, and culinary delights, provides an ideal backdrop for this gathering of distinguished experts and professionals in the medical community.

The primary goal of the 19th International Conference on Clinical & Medical Case Reports is to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and encourage the dissemination of groundbreaking research in the field of clinical medicine. The conference will feature a diverse range of topics, including but not limited to oncology, cardiology, neurology, pediatrics, dermatology, orthopedics, and many more specialized areas.


Sessions &Tracks

Track 01: Introduction and Keynote Addresses:

This track focuses on the opening sessions of a conference or event, where keynote addresses are delivered to set the tone and provide an overview of the topics to be covered. It typically includes introductory presentations that highlight the main themes, goals, and objectives of the event. The keynote addresses may be given by renowned experts, industry leaders, or distinguished speakers who offer insights, perspectives, and inspiring messages to the audience.

Track 02: Diagnostic Dilemmas and Unusual Presentations:

This track delves into the challenges faced in diagnosing various medical conditions, including those with atypical or rare presentations. It explores complex cases where the diagnosis may be difficult to determine due to unusual symptoms, overlapping symptoms with other diseases, or limited understanding of the condition. Discussions in this track often involve analyzing diagnostic methodologies, sharing diagnostic strategies, and exploring emerging techniques to improve accuracy in challenging cases.

Track 03: Rare Diseases and Genetic Disorders:

This track focuses on rare diseases and genetic disorders, which are often characterized by a low prevalence and complex underlying genetic factors. It explores the latest research findings, diagnostic advancements, treatment approaches, and management strategies for these conditions. Topics discussed may include genetic testing, personalized medicine, therapeutic interventions, and patient support networks for individuals affected by rare diseases and genetic disorders.

Track 04: Novel Treatment Approaches:

In this track, novel treatment approaches are explored, emphasizing innovative and cutting-edge methods for managing various medical conditions. It covers advancements in pharmacological treatments, surgical interventions, medical devices, and other therapeutic modalities. The discussions within this track may include emerging therapies, clinical trials, breakthrough technologies, and evidence-based approaches that have the potential to improve patient outcomes and transform healthcare practices.

Track 05: Surgical Techniques and Interventional Procedures:

This track focuses on surgical techniques and interventional procedures used in various medical specialties. It covers advancements in minimally invasive procedures, robotic surgery, endoscopic interventions, and other surgical innovations. Discussions within this track often include case studies, procedural demonstrations, outcomes analysis, and debates on the best practices in surgical and interventional care. It serves as a platform for surgeons and healthcare professionals to share their experiences, exchange knowledge, and discuss the latest trends in their respective fields.

Track 06: Pediatrics and Neonatology:

This track is dedicated to the field of pediatrics and neonatology, focusing on the healthcare needs of infants, children, and adolescents. It covers a wide range of topics related to child health, including growth and development, preventive care, common pediatric diseases, immunizations, pediatric pharmacology, and emerging trends in pediatric medicine. Discussions may also involve neonatal intensive care, perinatal health, genetic disorders in children, and advancements in pediatric research and therapeutics.

Track 07: Oncology and Hematology:

This track concentrates on the field of oncology (cancer) and hematology (blood disorders). It explores the latest advancements in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of various types of cancers and hematological conditions. Topics discussed within this track may include cancer screening, targeted therapies, immunotherapies, hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, palliative care, survivorship, and supportive care for patients with cancer or blood disorders.

Track 08: Infectious Diseases and Immunology:

This track focuses on infectious diseases and immunology, covering a broad range of topics related to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of infectious diseases. It explores emerging pathogens, antimicrobial resistance, vaccination strategies, epidemiology, infection control, and the impact of immunological factors on disease outcomes. Discussions may also include advances in diagnostic techniques, antimicrobial therapies, public health interventions, and efforts to combat emerging infectious diseases.

Track 09: Mental Health and Psychiatry:

This track addresses mental health and psychiatry, exploring the understanding, diagnosis, and management of mental illnesses and psychological disorders. It covers a wide range of topics, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, psychotherapy approaches, psychopharmacology, and the integration of mental health services into primary care. Discussions within this track may also focus on stigma reduction, mental health policies, and innovative interventions to support mental well-being.

Track 10: Geriatrics and Palliative Care:

This track is dedicated to the healthcare needs of older adults and individuals with life-limiting illnesses. It covers topics related to geriatric medicine, geriatric syndromes, age-related diseases, functional decline, and quality of life in older populations. Additionally, it addresses the principles and practices of palliative care, which aim to provide comprehensive support and improve the quality of life for individuals with serious illnesses and their families. Discussions within this track may include geriatric assessment, end-of-life care, caregiver support, advance care planning, and interdisciplinary approaches in geriatrics and palliative care.

Track 11: Emerging Trends and Future Directions:

This session is designed to explore emerging trends, innovations, and future directions in various areas of healthcare and medicine. It provides a platform for experts, researchers, and professionals to share their insights on the latest developments and potential breakthroughs in their respective fields. Discussions within this session may encompass advancements in technology, transformative research, healthcare policy, patient-centered care models, artificial intelligence, precision medicine, and other areas that have the potential to shape the future of healthcare.

Market Analysis

CASE REPORTS are a valuable component of medical literature that provide detailed information about unique or rare cases encountered in clinical practice. They play an important role in medical research, education, and patient care. Analyzing the market for case reports involves considering various factors, including publication trends, demand, and their impact on the medical community.


Publication Trends:

Case reports are typically published in medical journals or presented at conferences. Analyzing the publication trends can provide insights into the market for case reports. Some key points to consider are:

Growth in the number of case reports published annually.

Popularity of specific medical specialties or subspecialties for case reports.

Preference for online or open-access journals versus traditional print publications.

Demand and Utility:

Understanding the demand for case reports is crucial in assessing their market. Factors influencing demand include:

The need for documenting and disseminating knowledge about rare diseases, unusual presentations, or novel treatment approaches.

Case reports' contribution to medical education by providing learning opportunities for students, residents, and healthcare professionals.

The utility of case reports in enhancing clinical decision-making and expanding the evidence base for medical practice.

Market report

The French market of clinical and medical devices is the second largest market in Europe and the fifth largest in market the world. In 2014, the French market was valued at US$14.5 billion, and growth is expected to be moderate, reaching US$16.5 billion by 2019.

                                                      Global Market Share

Abstract Submission Criteria & Eligibility

The registration, lodging, and travel expenses are the responsibility of the presenting authors. To register for the conference, recipients of approved abstracts will receive an acceptance letter in the mail.
Participants at the conference will get conference booklets and abstract compilations.
Any presenter who is unable to attend should make arrangements for the paper/poster in question to be presented by another qualified person. 
Please let our conference team know if such a modification is necessary.
Oral paper presentations will be given in 30-minute increments and organised into sessions based on themes. A 5-minute Q&A period will follow each of the following time slots: 45 minutes for the keynote address, 60 minutes for workshops and special sessions, and 60 minutes for the symposium.
Students pursuing graduate degrees and master's degrees are eligible to submit their abstracts for poster and electronic poster presentations.
PhD candidates are eligible to submit their abstracts under the specific categories for e-posters and posters shown at the Young Researchers' Forum. NOTE: The Young Researchers Forum category comprises brief oral presentations, particularly for PhD.
Longer abstract The Abstract Template should be used for submissions. The papers that are submitted under this area may be novel empirical research, theoretical advancements, reviews, or criticisms.


Participation/Presentation Option

Oral presentation: Topics from research, theory, professional, or private practises may be covered briefly in oral presentations. People with personal experience are welcome to share their stories or personal experiences that can benefit others in their daily lives. Keynote speakers should aim to speak for 40–45 minutes, while speakers in 30-minute slots should plan to speak for 20–25 minutes. The session chair will use the remaining time for questions and discussion.

Workshop: The content of the discussion will be the same as an oral presentation for workshop presenters as well, but with more advanced techniques and in-depth demonstration. A workshop presentation typically lasts between 45 and 50 minutes. Participants who are interested can join their teams and present the session together.
Poster presentation: To encourage students and recent graduates to share their original research, the CASE REPORTS 2023 conference will host a student poster competition. Including questions & answers, presenters will have roughly 5-7 minutes to present their poster. During the presentation evaluation, judges may ask questions. Young scientists get the chance to learn about the most recent discoveries made by their peers, which will help them become better transdisciplinary researchers. Hard copy displays of posters will be 1x1 M long.
Webinar: The webinar session is intended for interested participants who are unable to attend live due to scheduling difficulties or other commitments. This option allows the presenter to record their talk, which will then be played back during the webinar presentation session.
E-Poster: An e-Poster is a presentation that is comparable to a webinar. Their presentation in this session will be made available as a poster on the conference website, and the presenter abstract will appear in the conference journal and souvenir with a DOI.
Display: CASE REPORTS The year 2023 offers the chance to showcase goods and services from both commercial and nonprofit organisations, including pharmaceutical companies, clinical trial sites, management consultants, chemists, chemists, business delegates, and equipment manufacturers.



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