Kathmandu, January 17, 2018: For the first time in Kathmandu, ‘Asian Medical Students International Summit’ is set to be held from 7 Magh to 12 Magh. An initiation of Asian Medical Students’ Association Nepal, in collaboration with Ministry of Health, Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, World Health Organization, this summit aims to convene medical students from 16 countries including Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Japan and Singapore are working in collaboration
Dr.Santosh Upadhyaya, the President of the association, mentioned that this summit is the grandest program conducted by the association. Organized twice a year, this year’s motive is based on ‘Motherhood and Infant Child Health’. The goal of the program is best appropriate in terms of the current ambiance of Nepal’s motherhood and infant child health care.
According to Upadhyaya, the conference will provide an opportunity for doctors from around the globe to connect with one another and opine about their studying techniques, teaching methods and solutions to the problems related in the health sector. The medical students will be presenting their investigative worksheet at the summit.
In the conference, Dr.Meera Thapa from World Health Organization, pediatricians Dr. Rameshkant Adhikari and Sudha Basnet, gynecologists Dr.Padhmaraj Pant and Dr.Archana Amatya, Dr.Bishesh Paudel and Dr.Bishal Gyawali will be delivering their insights in the workshop.