Ends At: 14/08/2018
Country: United Kingdom
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Contact Phone: 408-429-2646
PULSUS takes immense pleasure in inviting all the participants from across the globe to attend 9th International Conference on Alternative & Traditional Medicine during August 13 -14, 2018 at London, UK. This comprises of proficient keynote presentations, verbal speeches, productive poster presentations and exhibitions providing insights into the importance and efficiency of Traditional medicine.
Traditional medicine 2018 is formalized form of folk medicine which has been evolved over years. Alternative medicine refers is transformed from the traditional medicine and been a substitute for modern medicine. Folk medicine stands as the backbone of traditional medicine which is believed to provide longstanding remedies has been passed on informally within the culture. Nowadays, most of the people believe that traditional medicine is safer as it constitutes natural products instead of the synthetic products used in modern medicine.The market value of the traditional medicines are increasing and the worldwide annual market approaches US$ 60 billion. Several countries like China, India, Nigeria, USA and World Health Organization have made substantial research investments in the development of traditional medicine. Even several leading pharmaceutical companies are looking forward to promising medicinal herbs and novel chemical compounds.
Further research and development are needed on dosage, production techniques, mode of action of the traditional medicine. Also, the clinical trials of the medicine are important to understand the safety and efficacy before being recommended to the world market.
- Take advantage of opportunities to learn insights about Traditional and Alternative medicine from a variety of oral and poster presentations.
- Meet and network with Acupuncturists ranging from students to deans, faculty, and researchers.
- Take advantage of opportunities to collaborate with Acupuncturists from around the world.
- Attend prominent plenary sessions about relevant issues affecting alternative medicine and the ancient techniques adapted in Traditional Medicine.
Who should attend?
- Alternative Medicine Practitioners
- Complementary Medicine Practitioners
- Researchers In The Field Of Herbal And Traditional Medicine
- People Who Believe In Natural Remedies To Explore Their Research
- Practitioners Of Natural Medicine
Why should attend?
- 10+ Keynote Speaker Session
- 50+ speaker faculty over 2 full days sharing Traditional Medicine development take-home strategies
- 5+ Workshops
- 13 Interactive sessions
- Mixture of Industry and Academia Delegates
- Exhibit hall with leading specialty in Herbals, Traditional Medicine, and Homeopathy
|Abstract submission opens||November 15, 2017|
|Registration opens||November 15, 2017|
|Early bird registration||February 26, 2018|
|On spot registration||August 13, 2018|
Sessions / Tracks
Track 1: Traditional medicine – Past
The Traditional Medicine and Alternative Medicine have been evolved over years with various societies. The Traditional medicine is developed based on the knowledge, skills, and practices of different culture and countries over generations. Folk medicine stands as the backbone of traditional medicine which is believed to provide longstanding remedies has been passed on informally within the culture. Traditional medicine is basically derived from the naturally available plant and animal material. Nowadays, most of the people believe that traditional medicine is safer as it constitutes natural products instead of the synthetic products used in modern medicine.
Track 2: Ongoing Research and development
Track 3: Herbal Medicine: Green science
Herbal medicine is one of the oldest forms of medicine which is prepared exclusively from medicinal herbs and plants. According to World Health Organization (WHO) estimation, around 80% of the population is some Asian and African countries use herbal medicine for primary health care as it is more economical. The Herbal treatment method is also been used as remedies for chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, asthma and end-stage renal diseases. Herbal remedies are of increasing demand in European countries. According to the World Health Organization, approximately 25% of modern drugs used in the United States have been derived from plants. It is estimated that 11% of total 252 drugs found in essential medicine list of WHO are exclusively of plant origin. The non-clinical studies that need to conducted before the clinical trials of herbal medicine are as follows
- Track 3-1 Pharmacodynamic investigation
- Track 3-2 General pharmacological investigations
- Track 3-3 Toxicological investigations