“LOOKING AT THE JOINTS”
POST SYMPOSIUM WORK SHOP in line with 41st INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM was conducted on at King Edward Medical University.
The activity was patronized by Vice Chancellor King Edward Medical University Prof Dr Khalid Masood Gondal and was organised by Professor & Chairperson Department of Medicine, Prof Dr. Bilquis Shabbir and Prof and Dean Public Health, Prof Saira Afzal, Assistant Prof Rheumatology Dr Yaser Imran and his team.
Prof Dr Nighat Mir graced occasion as Chief Guest .
Workshop was moderated by Dr.Tooba Fatima Fellow Rheumatologist.
Dr Gulraiz open the session with the recitation of Holy Quran.Prof Bilquis Shabbir give a brief overview of rheumatology department in Mayo Hospital.She stressed on addressing Rheumatological disease at the right time.
Prof Nighat Mir inculcate the importance of good history taking ,examination, relevant investigation and excellent counselling skills help young undergraduate students and postgraduate residents to make them good physician. She also elaborated the significance of early refferals to rheumatologist prevent disabilities in patients. She also shared some real life scenerios pertinent to rheumatology.
Later Dr Yaser Imran Assistant Professor Rheumatology and Dr Asif Islam Fellow Rheumatologist gave sn informative session on Case Presentation and Image Challenge which was applauded by Chief guest Prof Dr. Nighat Mir and the panelists.
Patron In chief Vice Chancellor King Edward Medical University Prof Khalid Masood Gondal appreciated the contribution of Prof Dr Nighat Mir in the field of Rheumatology and promised to continue his full support to the Rheumatology deptt. He put his vision forward to create posts of Professor and Associate Professor in Rheumatology for further upradation of quality training, research and service delivery.
Souvenirs were distributed by worthy Vice Chancellor & certificates were awarded to participants.
Workshop ended on high notes regarding establishments of more Rheumatology training centres in Public Sector Hospitals.