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Role of Clinical rotations – A pathway to US Medical Residency
The clinical rotation in the US introduces international students to American Medicine as they would experience it in a hospital-based residency programme. It also familiarizes and acclimates an international medical graduate to the practice of medicine in an American clinical setting.
About the Speaker
Dr. Suraj Reddy
Clinical & Research Dietitian (Specialized in Ketogenic Therapies in Epilepsy & Other Neurological disorders)
The Key Healthcare Megatrends Leaders will navigate in the 2020’s to drive effective healthcare delivery
Role of Epidemiologist in Healthcare System
Epidemiologists play a crucial role in identifying and tracking the spread of infectious diseases within populations. They are involved in surveillance of disease outbreaks, conducting research studies to identify risk factors for various diseases, and monitoring trends in disease incidence and prevalence. Epidemiologists work to improve healthcare outcomes and reduce healthcare costs by identifying and addressing health disparities within different populations. They play a critical role in emergency preparedness and response, helping to contain and mitigate the impact of disease outbreaks and natural disasters.
Careers in Emergency Medicine: Journey from a MBBS graduate to the Head of EMS – Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai
Careers in Emergency Medicine: Journey from a MBBS graduate to the HOD Emergency Department – Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore
Patient safety Awareness
Patient Safety is a medical speciality that has risen as a result of the healthcare systems' increasing complexity and the consequent rise in patient injuries in healthcare facilities. It tries to avoid and minimize risks, mistakes, and harm to patients throughout the delivery of healthcare. The development of adverse outcomes owing to improper care is likely one of the 10 major causes of mortality and disability . Upto 4 out of 10 patients experience injury when receiving primary and outpatient care globally. Up to 80% of injury is avoidable. The provision of top-notch, critical healthcare services depends on maintaining patient safety. Indeed, there is broad agreement that effective, secure, and person-centered health care should be provided everywhere.