School of Allied Health Sciences, VMRF (DU) located at Salem, organized a “Interdisciplinary International Allied Health Sciences Conference – CONVERGENCE 2021” from 15.7.2021 to 27.7.2021.
The First day session was started with prayer song and followed by lighting of lamp.Dr.B. Sendilkumar, Dean & Director,AHS inaugurated the programme and delivered the welcome address. The aim of this programme is to create a poweful learning experience & cultivating knowledge in the different field of Allied Health Sciences.
The all sessions are includes a talk by Mr.Abdul Karim Mustafa, Senior Assistant Medical Officer, Jabatan Perubatan Kecemasan Hospital Canselor Tuaku Muhriz Pusat, Perubatan UKM, on the topic "History taking in prehospital care: Formulating Differential Diagnosis, Mr. RanjithKumar Inbasekaran, Dialysis Technologist, Reaya Mumayaza Healthcare, Abu Dhabi, UAE, on the topic "Advancement in Dialysis Technology" Dr. Fredrick Johnson M.S CAS Ph.D. (Neurosurgery) Department of Neurosurgery, InselspitalBern, Switzerland, on "Advanced Technologies and trends in Operation Theatre towards automation".
Dr. Rupendra Shrestha, Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Genetics, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA, on the topic "Mucormycosis" , Nasser Hamed Hamoud Al Kalbani Senior Cath Lab Technologists, National Heart Centre, Royal Hospital, Ministry of Health, Oman, on the topic "EP Study", Dr. Vishwanataha Kini, MD., DNB., FRCR. Professor & Senior Consultant Radiologist, Well Cornell Medical College, Qatar, on "Children are not little Adult: A preparation for next wave", Ashraf Ali Perfusionist, Sultan Qaboos University Hospital, Muscat, Oman, on the topic " Principal of CPB" Mr. Gokul Sampath, Neurophysiologist, Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, Singapore, on the topic "Advanced Neurophysiological prodecures and its significance in Clinical Neurology.
Om Prakash Jasuja, Professor of Forensic Science, Chandigarh University, Punjab, on the topic "Poroscopy", Mr. Sumeer Singh, Postdoctoral Clincial Research Fellow, Department of Optometry & Vision Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, The University of Melbourne, on the topic "Computer Vision syndrome and blue light Blocking Lenses: Closing the evidence gap " Mr.Krish Prahalad, Ph.D Candidate, College of Optometry, University of Houston, on the topic " Eye Movements and Visual Perception", Mr. Saravanan, Advanced Paramedic, Ziqitiza Gulf Pramedic, Dubai, on the topic " Basic Life Support & Common Emergency.
Nearly 3000 participants were registered for this programme from all over the world. At the end of the programme all the atttended participants were appreciated with e- cetificates.
The whole programme was well arranged by incharges of all departments, SAHS,VMRF(DU).