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Last Updated: Aug 19th, 2006 - 22:18:38
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World Emergency Medicine Experts to Meet in Indo-US Emergency Medicine Summit
Jun 25, 2006, 20:00, Reviewed by: Dr. Vineet Gupta

“INDUSEM 2006 invites physicians, surgeons, residents, medical students, nurses and paramedics to be part of the scientific extravaganza. With endorsement from world’s leading bodies promoting international emergency medicine the conference promises to be an absorbing quality experience for the delegates”

 
All India Institute of Medical sciences will host the Indus EM 2006 from September 27 to October 1, 2006. The conference will be themed at “Connecting care, competencies and culture”.

The conference will feature multiple parallel scientific sessions with over 200 hours of scientific deliberation. Renowned international and national faculty is poised to attend this conference. There will be opportunity to interact with National Experts and US Residency Directors and live video-conferencing with the United States will be available. It will also feature dedicated tracks for Residents and Medical Students, Trauma and Disaster Medicine and Special Tracks on Women and Pediatrics EM. There are INR 1,00,000 worth of prizes for competitions as well.

“INDUSEM 2006 invites physicians, surgeons, residents, medical students, nurses and paramedics to be part of the scientific extravaganza. With endorsement from world’s leading bodies promoting international emergency medicine the conference promises to be an absorbing quality experience for the delegates”, says Dr. Sanjeev Bhoi, the organizing secretary.

"The major attraction remains the research competitions directed towards the residents, nurses, paramedic staff - the EMARCS 2006-EMERGENCY MEDICINE ACADEMIC RESEARCH COMPETITIONS SUMMIT with substantial cash prizes, our attempt to promote researching in India", adds Dr. Amit Gupta.

The conference will emphasise on the latest advances in treatment, literature reviews, and in-depth assessment of the latest clinical controversies. It is expected to be attended by over a 1000 delegates.

For a full program and details of the conference including call for abstracts, please visit the official website.
 

- Division of Emergency medicine, AIIMS
 

www.indusem2006.com

 
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Indus EM summit is an annual event consequent of the collaboration between the emergency divisions of AIIMS and University South florida,USA. It emphasizes establishing emergency medicine as a speciality in India by promoting faculty development, residents exchange programs and coordinated research.

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