Spartan CME summer 2017

//Spartan CME summer 2017

Spartan CME summer 2017

CME Committee of Spartan Health Sciences University organized “Summer CME 2017.”In association with CCFP (Caribbean college of family physicians) on 12th August 2017 at 4:00 pm-7:00 pm, at 5th  Trimester Lecture Hall. The CME was accredited by CCFP and participants were awarded 3 CME credit Hours. We had 60 participants including local Physicians from various specialty, Paramedical Staff, Nurses and Students who actively took part in the CME.  Dr. Ravindrasingh Rajput chaired the “Summer CME 2017.”

The first topic of the session was “Cholester-OIL and DIEt.” By Dr. Beabrun, Family Practice physician. This session gave an overview of Understanding various oils and Fat composition of the diet and ways to reduce dietary cholesterol.  The second session covered “Antimicrobial Resistance, Current Threats to Public Health.” by Ms. Lydia Atkins, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in the Ministry of health and wellness. The objective of this session was to create awareness to Health professionals about current trends in the antimicrobial resistance and as well as current Threats to Public Health. Followed by a brief break for snacks, the third session commenced on “Anaesthesia in Ambulatory Surgery.” by Dr. Prakash Surapaneni, Anesthesiologist. The objective of the session was to make aware of the current protocols of Anesthesia employed for Ambulatory Surgery. End of each session was open for questions. The CME ended with the vote of thanks and Certificate of recognition to the speakers.

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2017-08-30T15:45:27+00:00