continuing medical education

A high level meeting of specialists unravels the complexities of a highly challenging area of eye care

The Aditya Birla Sankara Nethralaya and Kamalnayan Bajaj Sankara Nethralaya jointly organized a ‘Continuing Medical Education’ (CME) session on a ‘Orbital & Adnexal Tumours’ a most critical threat to vision, on 2nd February 2020 at the Kamalnayan Bajaj Sankara Nethralaya, Kolkata. The meet was aptly named ‘X Files’ a term which denotes mystery, secrecy, suspense and surprise in popular fiction and cinema, in view of the complex, baffling and hard to ascertain nature of complications effecting this region. The one day seminar focusing on the niche area of orbital and adnexal oncology was organized by Dr Bipasha Mukherjee, Director, Oculoplastic Services, Sankara Nethralaya main campus, Chennai, as the Organizing Chairperson and Dr.Mohomed Shahid Alam, Senior Consultant, Aditya Birla Sankara Nethralaya, Kolkata, Organizing Secretary and was attended by more than 60 leading practitioners specializing in Ophthalmology, Radio-Oncology, Medical Oncology, Head & Neck Onco-Surgery and Plastic Surgery, from Hyderabad,Cochin,Chennai,Bangalore,Bombay and New Delhi.

The meeting helped in evaluating, studying and better understanding of diagnosing and treating ‘Adnexal Malignancy’ from the diverse view points of these specialists from across diverse fields. This multidisciplinary approach resulted in an in-depth and significant exchange of knowledge, know-how and real time experience leading to an enhanced understanding of several baffling issues pertaining to an ophthalmic challenge, that can be a cosmetic deformity,a threat to vision or even fatal.

The impact of the meet reflected in the attendees expressing their deep satisfaction at the learning and exposure gained and interest in attending similar programs in the future.

Sankara Nethralaya team makes a mark at CME on Ocular Imaging

Radhatri Nethralaya the well known Chennai based eye hospital observed its 8th anniversary celebrations with a Continuing Medical Education (CME) program titled “Ocular Imaging” at the Southern Crown, GRT Hotel Chennai, on 11th September 2016. A quiz contest was conducted on the occasion by Dr.Vasumathy Vedantham, Medical Director of the institution.

We take pleasure in sharing the news that the Sankara Nethralaya team of  Dr. Gondhale Harshal Pradeep, Vitreo Retinal Fellow, Dr. Pranoti Nagevekar pursuing Post Graduate Diploma in Ophthalmology and  Dr. More Pritesh Sakharam pursuing his Post graduation in Diplomate of National Board won the ‘Runner Up’ prize. Sankara Nethralaya family congrats the team on their achievement and wishes them many more laurels and accolades.

MCI mulls sending doctors back to school

Medical Council of India (MCI) is all set to send doctors back to lecture halls, failing which they would lose their license to practice. According to the new rules, which will be announced on Tuesday, MCI is planning to make it mandatory for all doctors to attend 30 hours of continuing medical education (CME) every […]

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