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Almost 100 top cancer specialists (50 Indian and 50 United Kingdom) representing the world’s top cancer institutions are coming together on the 6th & 7th September 2013 at Hotel Hilton.
CONFERENCE WITH A DIFFERENCE
Almost 100 top cancer specialists (50 Indian and 50 United Kingdom) representing the world’s top cancer institutions are coming together on the 6th & 7th September 2013 at Hotel Hilton. Their aim is to eradicate cancer among the poorest of the poor. The most effective way is early diagnosis. This actually can CURE cancer.
The sixteen most common Indian cancers, how to cure them and how to take this to the wider Indian population will be discussed, debated and protocols engineered during this two day path breaking event.
The summit is also recognized by most of reputed institutions and been awarded 12 hours CPD by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and 15 CME credit by The Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University.
Apart from the panel sessions and keynotes the summit also features.
|The Grand Oncology Quiz||Young Innovator Award|
|An exclusive quizzing extravaganza intended for Post Graduates in Medicine. The quiz is designed to challenge participants on how well they understand the various causes, regional impacts, dietary habits, lifestyle influence and prevention measures to impact society at large.||IBHI is dedicated to furthering excellence in the healthcare industry by identifying Young Innovator in every summit with the goal of motivating individuals who stand distinct by having the creative and innovative outlook on specific issues and talent to find solution that is worthy a special recognition.|
Takeaway from this Indo-UK Oncology Summit
The summit participants can gain immensely through the wealth of real-life experiences countering challenges and success stories from experts apart from being exposed to innovative products and solutions. They can dive deep into the expert’s most pressing diagnostic and therapeutic issues and learn from the experiences of other oncologists to resolve those challenges.
About IBHI (Indo British Health Initiative)
The aim of “Indo-British Health Initiative” (IBHI) is to promote innovations in technology in the field of medicine between India and the UK, promote fellowships in UK and India and unite the IBHI members in both India and UK.
There are a number of synergies that exist between the British and Indian health professions, and many partnerships are being developed between institutions and organizations in these two countries. These are often of an informal nature, but with the potential to expand significantly.
The Indo-British Health Initiative will bridge this gap by bringing closer together the two communities, co-ordinate in a more structured way the partnerships that already exist and discuss new areas of collaborations, whether in the sphere of scientific discussion, new technologies or commercial opportunities.
Bridging the Gap – Make the Connection!
The summit will witness an invaluable knowledge transfer between the two nationsby way of sharing scientific & technical presentations regarding
- Latest treatment facilities
- Diagnostic methods
- Technology development & innovation
- Infrastructure advancements
The event will also promote products& services of International standards thus enabling access to wide range of clinicians, hospital promoters and decision-makers. The summit also intends to share the best between both the countries that are relevant to the current scenario.
Carewalk – An IBHI Initiative (Contribution towards the cancer fight)
It is duty of every responsible citizen to participate in a movement to create awareness that would help in forming a better society for tomorrow. Carewalk is one such campaign to drive people to participate in the Cancer awareness program.
Top 35 clicks by the participants of Carewalk that translate the moments of “Care, Comfort & Hope” on the streets of Chennai will find their space at the Hilton for a sale cum exhibition on 6, 7 & 8 September, 2013. The proceeds from the event will be donated to an NGO working towards creating public awareness about cancer and providing financial aid to economically challenged patients, especially children.
Dignitaries at the Inauguration
- Dr. Prithvi Mohandas, Founder & Secretary – Indo British Health Initiative
- Mr. Mike Nithavrianakis, British Deputy High Commissioner, Chennai & Ex Officio President – IBHI
- Lord Kakkar, Professor of Surgery, University College London
- Prof. Arnie Purushotham, Prof. of Breast Cancer, King’s College London
- Dr. Damodar Bachani, Deputy Commissioner – Non Communicable Diseases, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi
- Dr. Rajendra Badwe, Director of Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai