Innovations in healthcare and education
JAIPUR: The 26th edition of IIHMR University’s prestigious annual global conference Pradanya is scheduled from February 9 to February 11, 2022, in virtual mode. “The theme of the three-day event this year is “Innovations in Healthcare and Education: The Decade of Acceleration for Global Goals’
Dr. P.R. Sodani, President, IIHMR University said,
“The aim of the conference is to disseminate innovations and best practices in healthcare and education across the world and the potential imperatives for India in realizing the UN SDGs. The conference will provide recommendations to strengthen India’s innovation landscape in health care and education. There are four tracks for discussion: primary health care management, hospital management, pharmaceutical management, and fostering academia-industry collaboration. This conference is uniquely designed under the expertise of our global advisory board and institutional committees. The conferences will benefit from globally renowned academics, researchers, and industry experts from diverse geographies, who will collectively explore innovative solutions to drive innovation-led change in healthcare and education.”
An array of policymakers from states and the Center will grace the event with their presence. Some prominent names include Dr. R. S. Sharma, Chief Executive Officer, National Health Authority will be the Chief Guest in the inaugural session and deliver the inaugural address. Dr. Rakesh Sarwal, Additional Secretary (Health), NITI Aayog will be the Chief Guest in the valedictory session and deliver the valedictory address.
The conference will benefit from the presence of Dr. S.D Gupta, Trustee Secretary, IIHMR, and Sudarshan Jain, Chairperson, IIHMR University. The conference will witness 30+ globally renowned speakers who will share innovations in healthcare and education for accelerating the journey of achieving global goals. Academicians, researchers, students, and industry stakeholders will participate in the conference. The conference would provide recommendations to strengthen India’s innovation landscape in healthcare and education.
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