​Department of Hospital Administration SKIMS hosts National Conference on recent advances & future trends in healthcare

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By Fast Kashmir on 13/10/2017.

​Department of Hospital Administration SKIMS hosts National Conference on recent advances & future trends in healthcare

Srinagar, Oct 13: The Department of Hospital Administration SKIMS hosts National Conference on Recent Advances & Future Trends in Health during 13 to 15 October 2017 at SKICC Srinagar. 

The conference is first of its kind keeping in view the topics being discussed during the scientific sessions. 
Chairman Organising Committee & the Medical Superintendent SKIMS, Professor Syed Amin Tabish while talking about RAFTHC 2017 said that there are fifty speakers from all over India who will present their Research, deliver talks and participate in Panel Discussion. 
Dr. Tabish said that the theme and sub themes have been well thought to cover most important challenges facing health care delivery locally, at national and international levels. Speaker of international reputation have been invited to deliver talks on diverse issues like Emerging Infectious Diseases, Social Emotional learning, Public Private Partnership, Health Insurance, Patient safety, Biomedical Waste Management, Lifestyle Diseases New Horizons in Laparoscopic Surgery, Dr. Anil Gomes, of Healthcare: Generation Next, Hospital Planning, Health Care and Law, Role of Genomics in ;personalised Medicine, Recent advances in Neurosurgery, Disaster Management, etc
The prominent speakers include Prof. MS Khuroo, Prof JK Das (Director NIHFW, New Delhi), Prof. Shakti Gupta (AIIMS), VK Sing Spl. DG Police, Dr. Yashpal Sharma, Prof Zafar Amin, Dr. Mushtaq Chalkoo, Dr.Nirupam Madan, Dr. GM Dar (IMPA), Dr.Gulnaz Bashir, Dr.SabeenaSoltan (SPCB), Prof Rafiq Mir, etc Prof.S. A. Tabish will deliver key note address. Delegates from various states have arrived to participate in this great scientific and academic event. 

Chairman Organising Committee said that the recommendations emerging after thorough discussions will be publishes and presented to the Government for implementation. (KNS)
 

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