CME programme on homoepathy in Dimapur

CME programme on homoepathy in Dimapur
CRU (H) officials along with delegates and invitees.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/24/2020 10:15:07 AM IST

Clinical Research Unit (CRU) for homoeopathy, Dimapur under Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy, ministry of Ayush, India organised a two-day national continuing medical education (CME) programme  on “Scope of homoeopathy in the life style disorders” on February 21 and 22 at conference hall of Nagaland Tourism, Tourist Lodge, Dimapur.

A press release from CRU (H) Dimapur officer in-charge, RO (H)/S-1, Dr. Prabin Kumar Shaw stated that, programme was inaugurated by guest of honour Dr. K. Vikhato Kinimi, joint director, Directorate of Health & Family Welfare, Kohima, wherein he said that the programme aims to enlighten the masses on scope of homoeopathy in the life style disorders. He also added about importance of CME in Dimapur. Chief guest Dr. Pangjung Sangtam CMO, Dimapur District hospital, Dr. Antoli Suu deputy CMO District Hospital Dimapur were also present. Dr. P. Srinivas officer in-charge, RARC Dimapur was present as a guest. 

Eminent resource persons like Dr. Raj Pal, scientist-4,CCRH, Dr. Abhijeet Chattopadhyay, prof. NIH, Kolkata, Dr. Himangsu Hait, prof & HoD, Practice of Medicine, CHMC&H, Kolkata, Dr. Austin Jose, RMO, NIH, Kolkata,  Dr. Nokchur Imchen, CIHSR, Dimapur,      Dr. T Bendangtula, asst director AYUSH of H &FW, Kohima, Dr. C Tetseo, nodal officer NTCP, H & F W, Kohima including the officer in-charge  Dr. Prabin Kumar Shaw R.O(H)/S-1, CRU(H), Dimapur delivered on various topics related to life style disorders. 

Over view of activities & achievements of Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy were also discussed by Dr. Raj Pal, scientist-4, CCRH, New Delhi. Many govt. homoeopathic physicians from NHM, RBSK, including integrated AYUSH Hospital and private practitioners from different parts of Nagaland participated as delegate. 

Dr. T Bendangtula appealed the trainees to gather all the valuable knowledge from the CME programme. Certificates were distributed in the valedictory session followed by vote of thanks by Dr. Prabin Kr Shaw. 

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