EVENT -34 - REFRESH 2015
24th September , 2015
Refresh – 2015
Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital.
Mangalore - INDIA
Institute of Practicing Homoeopathy (IPH) in association with Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College (FMHMCH), Mangalore, oraganised a one day seminar (Refresh 2015) at Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College’s Auditorium on Sunday, 20th September 2015.
Dr.PrabhuK Kiran, Vice-Principal , Fr. Muller Homoeo Medical College, Mangalore invited the guests to dais. The programme was inaugurated by Dr. SHIVPRASAD M. Principal, FMHMCH, Mangalore. The Jyothi was lighted by Rev. Fr. Vincent Vinod SALDANHA, administrator – FMHMCH along with Dr.Shivprasad K, principal, Dr.Prabhu Kiran, vice principal, Ms. Puirnima and Mr. ALOK RAMDAS, Students representatives of Fr. Muller Homoeo Medical College, Mangalore. and Dr. B. S. Mohan, Director, Institute of Practicing Homoeopathy (IPH), the Guest of Honour.
In their inaugural words.Dr.ShivaprasadK expressed that the Refresh 2015 is an unique programme among all other one day seminars which narrates the management of the clinical practice in Homoeopathy. This gives the subject other than we dealt in the colleges. Rev. Fr. V.V. SALADANHA asked the participants to follow the guidance and suggestions made by the speakers who came with a lot of clinical experience. Dr.Prabhu Kiran looked after all the arrangement for the seminar as a co-ordinator.
Dr. B. S. MOHAN, Director, IPH presented his work on HEALTH & HOMOEOPATHY – a non academic introduction and PRACTICE MANAGEMENT in HOMOEOPATHY. Dr. I. SRINIVAS presented his audio visual work on MODEL HOMOEO CLINIC and Dr. D. V. KRISHNA RAO stressed the importance of evidence based medicine with his INTRODUCTION to CLINICAL EVIDENCE IN HOMOEOPATY through his presentation.
A talent appreciation programme, ANS & WIN for all the UG and PG students was also organised by the IPH. IPH also organised a College survey programme on various student related issues. Dr. Y. HANUMANTHA RAO, executive member, IPH presented the vote of thanks. Total 525 participants including, UG, PG students, Internee and Faculty members participated the programme.