SRINAGAR: Directorate of health services Kashmir held a Continuous Medical Education (CME) programme on Haemophilia and medical ethics under at Regional Institute of Health & Family Welfare at Dhobiwan.
“A total of 6 papers were presented on the occasion while as panel discussion on management issues in Haemophilia and medical ethics was held. Besides faculty members of GMC and SKIMS, consultants and medical officers of Health Services Kashmir took part in the event,” an official handout said.
The Health and Medical Education minister Taj Mohi-ud-Din was the chief guest on the occasion while Director Health Services Kashmir Dr Saleem-ur-Rehman and Mission Director NRHM Dr Yashpal Sharma presided over the event.
“The minister laid stress on creating comprehensive Haemophilia-care service across the state. He also asked for evolving initiatives among medical fraternity in the field of medical ethics. He also inspected various training modules which are being consistently held at the regional institute,” it said, adding, “The speakers and the panelists on the occasion also laid stress on upgrading the Haemophilia-care in the state and simultaneously highlighted the importance of medical ethics in modern patient-care system.”