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STMU, SIH host first National Scientific Congress on December 15-16

ISLAMABAD :(PR) Shifa Tameer-e-Millat University (STMU) and Shifa International Hospitals Ltd. (SIH) host first National Scientific Congress, in Islamabad (Pakistan) for two days between 15-16 December 2018.
The National Scientific Congress shall be preceded by Pre-congress events including workshops, academic discussions and masterclasses, and shall be an annual event.
In this connection, the launching ceremony of the event was held at Islamabad Club on Monday Dr. Habib-ur-rehman, (Chairman, Shifa International Hospitals Ltd.) joined the event as Chief Guest. While sharing his views to media, Dr. Habib said; it is a unique congress being organized for the first time in Pakistan, which shall encompass a variety of domains including IT & Digital health under one roof to interact and collaborate with each other for addressing national issues thereby revolutionizing the health sector. He said; The congress shall focus comprehensively upon Modernization, Integration and Application through benefiting from the new guidelines, landmark trials, local research & innovations in the field of Medicine, Surgery, Pharmacy, Nursing, Biomedical & Allied Health Sciences.
He also said that the National Scientific Congress will bring exceptional opportunity and a unique platform to combine the knowledge & experiences of experts from diverse domains.
It was announced that The Deadline for early bird registration is Monday 26th Nov, 2018, while late and on-site registrations shall continue till the event day. Experts say; the steps like National Scientific Congress will bring an incremental change towards addressing health related issues and lay down foundation for national level policy making. It is highly appreciable that such initiatives are being taken by the private sector with determination to benefit the nation to base a healthy Pakistan.

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