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Feeling the Pulse of Health Sector in pakistan

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January 15-31, 2017
Volume 18 Number 2


We have performed 12,868 beating heart coronary
surgery procedures with conversion rate of
4% and mortality of 2.7%-Dr.Khalid Hameed

FAISALABAD: Cardiac Surgeon Prof. M. A. Cheema was the Guest of Honour in the cardiac surgery session organized on the last day of CARDIO CON 2016 here from November 25-27, 2016. This session was chaired by Prof. Anjum Jalal Executive Director of Faisalabad Institute of Cardiology along with Prof. Haider Zaman, Khalid Hameed, Tayyab Pasha and others.

Strong organizational health helps
drive the transformation

KARACHI: Strong organizational health helps drive the transformation. It is important to start the journey with a credible team. Focus on people so that they can focus on business and build resonance with the frontlines. Pick the best team at the top and each one of them must be excellent in their area of expertise. This was stated by Mr. Fred Hassan who is known the world over for Transformation in the pharmaceutical industry. He was making a presentation through Video Conferencing from United States at the Institute of Business Administration, City Campus Karachi on December 13, 2016.  The meeting was well attended by some Chief Executives from Pharma Industry, senior people from marketing besides some students of IBA. It was organized by Centre for Executive Execution.

Ghazi Khan Medical College needs special package,
incentives to attract experienced faculty

DERA GHAZI KHAN: A quiet revolution is taking place in Dera Ghazi Khan the remotest and the most backward district in South Punjab. The grip of the Feudal Sardar’s and the Tribal customs is loosening and the people of the area are destined to witness accelerated development and progress preserving the local culture as well. Thanks to the numerous developments schemes initiated, some of which have already been completed. The establishment of an undergraduate medical college i.e. Ghazi Khan Medical College here is no less than a miracle and it has not only provided opportunities of higher education to talented boys and girls from this backward area but it is also spearheading a cultural change.

 How Spain achieved a remarkably
high rate of deceased organ donation

Spain is leading the world in deceased organ donation. A new article published in the American Journal of Transplantation contains important information that can help other countries learn from the success of the Spanish system to help address the worldwide problem of transplant organ shortages.


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