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Continuing Medical Education - Multi Drug Resistant Organisms, Control and Treatment

January 31, 2013

ADK Hospital in partnership with Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) India is going to conduct a CME session on Multi drug resistant organisms, control and treatment.

This CME is organised in order to provide an opportunity to local medical, nursing and other related professionals to improve their knowledge and know how on current issues in the field. ADK Hospital, in the past have also organised such sessions so that clinical professionals can gain and improve knowledge while working.

The broader theme of this CME is infection control and the session will be conducted by and infection control specialist from KIMS. The main areas of covered in the CME include

  • Key concepts of infection prevention
  • Application of concepts and measuring outcomes
  • Examples of MRSA

The details of the facilitator are as follows

Dr. Anup R Warrier

MBBS, DNB (Medicine), Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, Board Certification in Infection Control (CIC, USA), Certification in Travel Health (ISTM, USA), Certification is Surgical Infections (SIS, Europe).

Dr Warrier has over 5 years of active expereince in infection control internationally.

All medical and other health professionals who are interested to join are invited to register with ADK Hospital for the CME before 6th February 2013. Details of the event are as follows.

Multi Drug Resistant Organisms - Control and Treatment

Date: Februay 8, 2013

Time: 2030 hrs

Venue: Auditorium, Faculty of Management and Computing (FMC), Sosun Magu, Male'.

 

Registration for the event in now open and you can call +960 7943222 to secure you seat.

Participation is limited and FREE of charge.  


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