PharmEvo organizes ePoster competition during CRAFT 2022 Conference

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 PharmEvo organizes ePoster
competition during CRAFT 2022 Conference

Three best posters selected after evaluation
from sixty entries from all over Pakistan

LAHORE: Keeping up its traditions to promote research culture, help budding researchers and junior faculty members, PharmEvo pharmaceuticals organized an ePoster competition during the just concluded CRAFT 2022 Conference on Human Reproductive Health held here from May 27th to Nay 29th 2022. In all sixty entries were received from all over Pakistan for the competition. These were divided into six different categories i.e. Obstetrical Gynecological Procedures, which had twelve entries, General Obstetrics which had twenty six entries, Fetal Medicine had four entries, General Gynaecology had twelve entries, Medical Education had three entries and Oncology had three entries.


Prof. Arshad Chohan Chief Organizer of CRAFT 2022 Conference (Centre) photographed
at the ePoster arena established by PharmEvo at the conference venue.

All the posters were first short listed by the jury which consisted of Prof. Attiya Bari, Consultant Pediatrician and Advisor of PharmEvo Research Forum, Mr. Shaukat Ali Jawaid Chief Editor Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences and Chairperson of PharmEvo Research Forum and Dr. Shaista Waheed Prof. of Obstetrics & Gynaecology at Nawaz Sharif Medical College Gujrat. The criteria used was case reports were not considered, some old studies which have already been published were also not considered. Similarly routine studies, survey reports including studies on Covid also got very low priority. The criteria used to judge the best posters was some innovation, innovative idea, trying to find a solution to some problem. It also highlighted the fact that healthcare professionals, juniors in particular need to be educated and trained how to prepare posters. Some had used old templates, uniformity was missing in some and some vital information about the study was missing from some posters .

Later Prof. Tayyaba Waseem Prof of Obstetrics & Gynaecology at SIMS who is also another Advisor of PharmEvo Research Forum joined the jury. All the posters in general and those identified during shortlisting in particular were carefully evaluated. If the authors of the posters were present, they were asked to make the brief presentation highlighting the objective and their conclusion. They were also asked some questions regarding their study. Fourteen studies were identified which had covered some important topic but in some the methodology was not perfect while in some the objective and conclusions did not tally. Some of these deficiencies were identified hence it was a learning experience for those authors who were present. Later on during the discussion in which all the four evaluators participated, eight studies were again short listed out of which then three best were selected for First, Second and Third Prize.


Some of the poster presenters photographed alongwith Prof.Arshad Chohan and
members of the Jury at the ePoster arena at the CRAFT 2022 conference.

The first prize worth Rs. fifty thousand was earned by Dr. Khalida Waheed, Dr. Natasha Bushra and Dr. Sadaf Mubeen. The title of their poster was Role of Placental Blood Drainage as a part of active management. Second prize worth Rs. Twenty five thousand was won by Dr. Shabnam Tahir, Dr. Saima Jabeen and Dr. Rubab. The topic of their poster was Comparison of efficacy of Letrozole prior to Misoprostol. Third prize worth Rs. fifteen thousand was won by Dr. Sana Fatima, Dr. Shazia Rasool and Dr. Maryam Rana. The title of their poster was Comparison of Lignocaine Cream vs Lignocaine Injection.

The announcement of the winners was made by Mr. Shaukat Ali Jawaid Chairperson of PharmEvo Research Forum at the Gala Dinner on May 28th. Prof. M. Arshad Chohan Chief Organizer of the conference was present on this occasion who presented the prizes to the winners and thanked PharmEvo for sponsoring the ePoster session.

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