Health RAB workhop about Clinical Research Center at LRH Peshawar
We are ready to collaborate with Health
RAB for develpeing CRC  
at LRH
- Dr. Mahmood Noor

PESHAWAR: Under the new policy being implemented at Lady Reading Hospital, research work is being given due impprotance and weightage. We are already working to strengthen research and promote researchculture at the institute. Regular faculty developenet workshops are organized on monthly basis. We welcome and appreciate this invitation of collaboration and support for research work from Health Research Advisory Board.We are fully supportive of this initiative to join hands for this noble cause of promotion of research at Lady Reading Hospital. This was stated by Dr. Zahid Nazar, Associate Dean LRH during ‘Developing CRC’ workshop on June 25, 2019. He further stated that they have already acquired a physical space for this CRC.

Group photograph of participants at the Health RAB Workshop about Clinical Research
Center alongwith facilitators Prof. Abdul Basit, Dr. Masood Jawaid, and Sahibzada
Mahmood Noor, Dr. Zahid Nazar Dean
and Vice Dean respectively besides
Dr. Sobia Sabir focal person for CRC at LRH.

Prof. Abdul Basit, Director Baqai Institute of Diabetology and Endocrinology (BIDE) who is also Vice President HRAB alongwith Dr. Masood Jawaid, Board Member HRAB, Asso Editor, Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences,and Director Medical Affaris and Pharmacy Services at PharmEvo facilitated the workshop.

In this interactive workshop, insutitional challenges and their solutions along with BIDE model of initiating and sustaining research were discussed. Dr. Sobia Sabir, Head Dept of Diabetes and Endocrinology did instrumental work for coorditinag and arranging the workshop. She was also nominated by Dean Research to be focal person for CRC at Lady Reading Hospital. Prof. Sahibzada Mahmood Noor, Dean LRH in his remarks thanked the facilitators and agreed to provide full support from the institution for the noble cause.

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