The CME Excellence Summit & Awards aims to further CME across India for ensuring the continuance of a quality healthcare workforce. The initiative will engage policy makers, fraternity of doctors, pharma organizations, regulatory bodies, medical organizations and societies, publishers and knowledge partners, and allied organizations who are ensuring that CME initiatives achieve their objectives in India. The initiative will witness multiple discourses on related subjects and recognize the achievers and impact makers who are doing exceptional work in the field. Integrated Health and Wellbeing (IHW) Council has come-up with a joint initiative with Omnicuris, to recognize the dedicated efforts to further continuing medical education across India for ensuring the continuance of a quality healthcare workforce. The joint initiative CME Excellence Summit & Awards with CNN News18 Inaugural Edition on 8th August at The Hyatt Regency, Delhi.
CEO and Chairman Dr Hema Divakar & Managing Director Dr GV Divakar received the award on behalf of ARTIST
Category: CME Excellence Innovator Award
The initiative is an effort to bring CME to spotlight and also discuss various challenges associated with it. Dr HEMA DIVAKAR was invited as panel moderator to the inaugural edition of CME Excellence Summit and Awards on 8th August 2019, at Hyatt Regency, Delhi.
Moderator: Dr Hema DIVAKAR
- Shri P Raghavendra Rao, Secretary, Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, GoI
- Dr. Kiran Godse, President Elect, IADVL
- Dr. Ramesh C Meena, President Elect, Indian Orthopedic Association
Theme: Role of Technology in CME in India: Beyond Conferences and Workshops
Technology has an important role to play in modern life, almost inevery space. And advances in technology and digitalization have helped us reach far and wide. However, while India faces a mammoth challenge of keeping its doctors trained and up-skilled for better quality care, there exists the challenge to train large number of doctors who are spread across the Indian landscape. What role can technology play to bridge the gap? How effective can we expect the virtual media to be in imparting CME when compared to a standard workshop?