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Feeling the Pulse of Health Sector in pakistan

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March 15-31, 2018
Volume 19 Number 6


Research is an important weapon which should be
used for benefit of human beings-Nasiruddin Azam Khan

PESHAWAR: Pakistan has made tremendous progress in the field of medical education and health services if we compare with what we had at the time of independence in 1947. We now have a galaxy of talent and our future is promising. Medical professionals must keep themselves update with latest developments in their respective fields and disseminate knowledge as it is an essential component of research and development. This was stated by Prof. Nasiruddin Azam Khan an eminent physician and former Principal of Khyber Medical College. He was speaking at the inaugural session of Fourth National Conference of Pakistan Association of Medical Editors (PAME) hosted by Khyber Medical University. 

Modern technology can cure the disease but
cannot heal the patient-Prof. Rehana Kamal

LAHORE: Medical Ethics figured prominently during the Second International Medical Conference organized by Shalamar Medical & Dental College from February 2-4, 2018. Apart from invited guest speakers Prof. John Lantos and Prof. Vugar Mammadov from Azarbijan, there were special sessions on Medical Ethics. Shalamar Medical & Dental College, it may be mentioned here has already established a Department of Bioethics headed by Dr. Sarosh Saleem.

POA-Trauma Forum organizes Fourth
Basic Trauma Workshop at Larkana

LARKANA: Pakistan Orthopedics Association is probably one of the most active professional organization of the country. Formed in the 80s it has maintained a steady commitment to learning and teaching. It has become a growing family of sub societies concentrating upon developments in various areas of the field like arthroplasty, spine, trauma, arthroscopy, ankle & foot surgery and hand surgery.

 Already published research will not be considered
for Research Awards- Prof. Abdul Basit

FAISALABAD: Pakistan Cardiac Society (PCS) and Health Research Advisory Board (Health RAB) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the 3rd Cardiology Research Award at the 48th Annual Conference of Pakistan Cardiac Society to be held in Multan in November this year. Young cardiologists would be given cash prizes on their research in the field. Salient features of this Cardiology Research Award were highlighted by Prof. Abdul Basit Vice President Health RAB along with Prof. Naeem Aslam President Pakistan Cardiac Society, Prof. Feroze Memon and Prof. Haroon Babar who will be the chief organizer of the forthcoming cardiac conference at a press briefing during the Pakistan Hypertension League annual symposium on February 24, 2018.


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