Conference on ‘evidence based healthcare’ begins at SKIMS
’40 RESEARCH PAPERS TO BE PRESENTED’
ARSHAD M BHAT
Srinagar, Mar 25: To generate ideas in meeting the challenges of healthcare delivery in the 21st century and share the expertise on wide range of hospital and health services, more than 300 renowned clinicians, scientists, administrators, medical teachers and nursing administrators are coming under one roof during the two-day National level conference “Evidence Based Healthcare” beginning on Saturday.
During the meet organised by the Postgraduate Department of Hospital Administration, SK Institute of Medical Sciences, Soura, 40 research papers would be presented by the doctors and scientists.
“Out of 300 registered participants, 150 are from other states while the rest belong to Jammu and Kashmir,” Head, Hospital Administration & Medical Superintendent SKIMS, Dr. (Professor) S A Tabish, told Greater Kashmir, adding the registration for the conference would be also held in wee hours on the inaugural day.
He said some of the participants had started arriving from Wednesday. “The conference will host luminaries in the field of medicine, hospital architects and experts in Biomedical equipment from All India Institute of Medical sciences, New Delhi, PGI Chandigarh, Tata Memorial Institute, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and others from reputed health institutions,” Dr Tabish said.
“The conference is a unique event in the sense that it targets on one hand all eminent experts and policy makers in the field of healthcare and medical technology and on the other provides a fine meeting ground for manufacturers and buyers of the sector,” he said.
Union Minister for New & Renewable Energy, Dr Farooq Abdullah will be the chief guest while as Medical Education Minister, R S Chib, will be the guest of honour.
Some of the renowned personalities to attend the meet include: Prof. Deoki Nandan, Dr. A K Nagpal, Dr Mehmood-u-Rahman (Ex VC Aligarh Muslim University), Dr. Raajiv Singhal, CEO of Escorts & Fortis, Prof. A H Zargar, Professor N K Arora (Executive Director Clinical Epidemiologists Network); Rajendra Pratap Gupta (International Healthcare Policy Expert, Washington), Dr. R K Ganjoo, Medical Director Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Prof S A Tabish, Prof. Shakti Gupta (AIIMS), Dr. HKV Narayan Medical Superintendent, Tata Memorial Hospital; Prof. Reddy, HoD Hospital Admn. Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad, Prof. U Koul, Prof. Yeolekar (Director IGNIHS, Shillong), Prof. Anil Devan, Dr. JC Mehta, Dr. DK Sharma (AIIMS), Prof. Bhaskar (Manipal University), Dr. Wasim Qureshi, Prof. JN Rao (Nellore), AIMS/ SRMC Narayana Hrudayalaya, Dr. Subbalakshmi, TVM /Dr. Vani, Bowring Hospital, Tata Memorial/Adyar Cancer Hospital/RCC, Kanchi Kamakoti Child Trust Hospital, Prof. Mishra
SGPGI, Arvind Eye Hospital/Sankara Nethralaya, Prof. Shahida Mir; Justice B A Kirmani, Dr. R K Ganjoo, Dr. Shad Salim Akhter, Dr. Rafiq Massodi, Dr. Bikas Medhi (PGI Chandigarh), Maj. Gen. Ashim Chakravorthy, Director Projects HOSPITECH Management, Dr J. C. Mehta (Hon Consultant for Health care Courses DBCRUST Haryana), Prof Anil Dewan, School of Architecture & Planning, New Delhi, Dr Farooq Mirza (Consultant Health Care Management Canada), Dr Santosh Kumar (IIHMR, Jaipur). Challenges and Solutions: Prof M. E. Yeolekar (Director NRIGRIHMS, Shillong). Dr R. M. Chhabra (Jaipur Golden Hospital & Heart Institute, New Delhi), Prof J. N. Rao (Narayana Medical College, Nellore –AP), Dr. Rajendra Pratab Gupta (President & Director Care Continuum Alliance, Washington), Vikram Desai, Director SAC, ISRO, Ahmedabad; Prof Mohanty (Professor of Surgery & Chief of Experimental Surgery S.C.B. Medical College Cuttack), Mr. Remilla Murthy Dy. Director Business Development, Antrix Corporation Ltd. (ISRO), Director DECU, ISRO, Ahmedabad, Dr. Chandil (Chief Operating Officer & Medical Administrator Narayana Hrudeyalaya Diagnostic Services), Lt. Col Dr Rekha Batura (Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai), Fr. John Thekkakara, Director St. Thomas College of Allied Sciences, Kerala, Mr Christopher Loehner (UNISSI India), Dr. Nalini Koul, Dr. Yashpal Sharma, Dr. Sanjay Basumatary HOD, Clinical Research Fortis Escorts Heart Institute; Dr. Saliurahman, Dr. Ajaz Nabi Koul, Er. Farooq A. Wani (SKIMS), etc.
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