Sharda University, AIIMS to organize conference on multidisciplinary healthcare

At the ‘International Conference on Multidisciplinary Healthcare - 2014’ the medical experts and doctors from Sharda Hospital and All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), will come together to address issues related to healthcare

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Given the fact that healthcare has been the most pressing issue in today's modern and developing India, Sharda Hospital/ University along with AIIMS, New Delhi are jointly holding the ‘International Conference on Multidisciplinary Healthcare 2014' at New Delhi. The six day brainstorming session from January 9, 2014 to January 14, 2014 at the AIIMS premises, will look into various aspects of healthcare with respect to clinical practice, research & development, evidence based practice & administration.

The conference is aimed to underscore the importance of good health, which will be taken up by renowned health care professionals. The sessions will highlight the approach and significant factors involved in managing a healthy lifestyle. The workshop is intended to focus on Development of Evidence Based recommendations for Diagnosis and Treatment for Health Professionals, the recent trends and various medical, surgical and therapeutic Approaches in Cardiac and Neurological Rehabilitation along with Assessment, Diagnosis and interpretations for Multidisciplinary Healthcare Professional in current scenario.

Mr P K Gupta, chancellor, Sharda University and founder chairman, Sharda Group of Institutions, said: "We are extremely hopeful that such an initiative taken under the guidance of experts from the medical field will be a crucial platform to discuss health issues along with remedial measures. It gives me immense pleasure that Sharda Hospital got this opportunity to organize such an important conference with AIIMS. The conference will give an opportunity to every healthcare professional to understand the techniques for ensuring better survival outcomes."

"We, at Sharda Group always strive to make a better living for people through our students, faculties and various endeavors. Partnering for such events strengthens our mission of creating a better life for one and all," he further added.

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