The 3rd eMedinewS: Revisiting 2012

9:32 am Health Care, Medicine

Dear Colleague
A new year always brings with it many challenges and new possibilities. Along with it comes an opportunity to reflect on all that we have achieved as well as our failures. It’s also the time to look forward to a better future.

Changes in clinical practice are ongoing and occur rapidly in all specialties and subspecialties. These include new guidelines, modifications of the current practice guidelines, new drug launches, new techniques and many more. As clinicians, it is of utmost importance to keep ourselves current with the best practices in medicine and learning. Several new researches and developments in medicine came to light in the year 2011 that impacted or may change the day-to-day practice of medicine. Keeping up with the latest in medicine is one of the many challenges that the New Year presents to us.

eMedinewS Revisiting is an annual event organized by Emedinews, the first national daily e medical newspaper of the country, in the month of January. The day-long conference provides updated information about the latest news, views, new drug launches, breakthroughs in medicine, and much more and helps physicians, medical students and other health professionals keep up with advances in medicine.

This year, the 3rd eMedinewS: Revisiting 2012 is being held on January 22, 2012, Sunday at Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) Auditorium. The one-day conference will revisit and discuss all the major breakthroughs and advances in medicine of the year 2011 both at home and abroad. An eminent faculty will speak at the conference. There is no registration fee.

More than 1100 people have registered for the conference.

We live in a Net-Savvy world and live webcasting is an exciting way to involve people around the world in any event.

Watch the live webcast of 3rd eMedinewS RevisitinG 2011 at People from all over the world will be able to view the conference live on the website.

I take this opportunity to invite you all to this day-long CME.

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