2nd CHITWAN INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY MEDICINE CONFERENCE

2nd CHITWAN INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY MEDICINE CONFERENCE

28 Sep, 2019

CONFERENCE BRIEF:

The 2nd Chitwan International Emergency Medicine Conference is being held at Chitwan Medical College, Nepal on September 28, 2019. The theme for this year’s conference is “Medical Emergencies”. The conference will have several speakers from UK and Nepal. There will also be three Panel Discussions centered on “Developing Acute Medicine Set Up in Nepal”; “Emergency Medicine in Nepal: What We Can Do?”; “How Can We Be Effective Leaders in Our Medical Setting?”

We welcome Faculties from Clinical Sciences, Basic Sciences, Nursing Sciences and Medical Officers to the Conference.

CONFERENCE VENUE: LECTURE HALL 3, CMC, FOURTH FLOOR

REGISTRATION CHARGE: FREE REGISTRATION

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE:

 

CONFERENCE SPEAKERS FROM NEPAL:

DR ARUN SEDHAIN

MBBS, MD (Internal Medicine), DM (Nephrology)

Dr. Arun Sedhain is Professor at Chitwan Medical College, Bharatpur, Chitwan, Nepal. He has more than 15 papers in National and International Journals of Medicine and Nephrology and has delivered Oral and Poster presentations in different Conferences/scientific meetings. His area of research interest is in different areas of Nephrology & Internal Medicine. 

 

DR BARUN SHRESTHA

Dr Barun Shrestha holds an MBBS from Kathmandu University, MD in Internal Medicine from National Academy of Medical Sciences (NAMS),  and DM in Gastroenterology from NAMS, Nepal.

He is a Life Member of Nepal Medical Association, Member of Gastroenterology Society of Nepal, Member of Society of Internal Medicine of Nepal, Member of Nepal Association of Liver Disease and Member of Indian Society of Gastroenterology.

 

DR DAYARAM LAMSAL

 

Dr Dayaram Lamsal is the Hospital Director of Chitwan Medical College (CMC), Nepal. He is also the Head of the Department of Emergency Medicine at CMC which serves around 180,000 patients per year across all age groups . He is Director of Hybrid International Emergency Medicine (HIEM) Training Program which is being implemented by QiMET National Centre, Nepal in collaboration with Doncaster & Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals, UK and CMC. He is an MBBS (2000 AD) and MD (2005 AD) from the Institute of Medicine, Nepal. He leads and teaches resuscitation of life threatening emergency illnesses and injuries, and has saved many lives. He has published articles pertaining to toxicological emergencies and infectious diseases. He is particularly interested in patien safety and quality of care. He has attended national and international conferences.

 

DR MADHUR DEV BHATTARAI

MBBS, MD (India); PGDME, MRCP (UK); FRCP Edin; FCCP (USA)

Dr Madhur Dev Bhattarai is a Professor in the Department of Medicine, at Chitwan Medical College and Teaching Hospital, Bharatpur, Nepal. He is involved in the teaching and clinical training of Medical Students, Residents and Fellows in the Institution.

 

DR SHITAL ADHIKARI

Dr. Shital Adhikari is a Professor of Department of Medicine in Chitwan Medical College, Nepal.  He has also been serving the Institution as the Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care Unit.

He has completed his MBBS from Chittagong University, Bangladesh and MD (Internal Medicine) from Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu. In addition to that, he holds FRCP from Royal College of Physician, Edinburgh, UK and DM (Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine) from National Academy of Medical Sciences, Kathmandu.

Being an Executive Life Member of Society of Internal Medicine of Nepal (SIMON No. 134), he has also provided his service as Vice-President of Nepal Society of Critical Care Medicine (NSCCM). He is also the National Instructor of BASIC Course (Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care Course).

 

DR SUDHIR REGMI

Dr. Sudhir Regmi is a Cardiologist (DM Cardiology, NAMS) and is working as an Associate Professor in Department of Medicine in Chitwan Medical College, Nepal. 

He has participated in several national and international conferences. Being a Joint Treasurer in Society of Internal Medicine Nepal (SIMON), he has participated in SIMON conferences. He has also participated in “Best of American College of Cardiology (ACC) Cardiovascular Medicine, organized jointly by ACC foundation and cardiac society of Nepal. In addition to that, he participated in “XII International Congress on Management of Cardiovascular Diseases” organized by CSN and Mayo Clinic.

Dr Regmi has several national and international publications. Currently, he is the Principal Investigator of INVICTUS – CMC

 


 

CONFERENCE SPEAKERS FROM UK:

DR CHRIS MOULTON

VICE-PRESIDENT, THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, UK

Dr Chris Moulton has been a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Royal Bolton Hospital in the North of England for nearly 25 years. He is in his sixth year as the Vice-President of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and is also the co-author of the standard textbook “Lecture Notes: Emergency Medicine” (Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford). Chris is a Fellow of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, a Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners. Previously, he was Senior Lecturer in Emergency Medicine at the Victoria University of Manchester and Secretary of the European Society for Emergency Medicine. He is now a Professor at the University of Bolton. As the Clinical Co-lead for the national “Getting It Right First Time” programme for Emergency Medicine, Chris is required to visit A&E departments all around the UK and compare their data with national parameters.

 

DR JILL AYLOTT

Dr Jill Aylott PhD is CEO and Head of Programmes at the World Academy of Medical Leadership and Academic, Research and Communications Director at QiMET International Ltd. She is also Programme Director for MBA Global Medical Leadership at the University of Bolton.

 

MRS LISA FOX

Mrs Lisa Fox MSc Health and Social Care Leadership is a Health Information Manager at Calderdale and Huddersfield Foundation NHS Trust. She is part of the UK wide Data Analyst Network and works with doctors and the wider healthcare team to advance Quality and Health System Improvement to create safer practice. Lisa specialises in teaching Measurement for Improvement and is Programme Director for the Fellowship in Quality Improvement (FQim) at the World Academy of Medical Leadership.

 

DR NICHOLAS MALLABAND

Dr Nick Mallaband is the Divisional Director of Medicine at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals, UK. He graduated from Sheffield Medical School in 2003. He was appointed as the Consultant, Acute Medicine, Doncaster And Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals, UK in 2011.

 

DR NAUSHAD KHAN

Dr Naushad Khan has 18years of Emergency Medicine experience and currently working as Associate Professor and Consultant Emergency Physician at Doncaster & Bassetlaw Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK. He graduated from Sri Lanka in 1998, moved to UK in 2005 and he completed his Emergency Medicine speciality training in the United Kingdom. He is Member of Royal College of Emergency Medicine UK.

He is passionate about teaching and transforming emergency medicine training system in the UK and globally.He is one of the three concept developers for the first “Global” Emergency Medicine training programme which is “Hybrid” international Emergency Medicine training in the UK.He is the programme implementation Director of QiMET internationalUK,HIEM training and also co-founder of International Centre for Emergency Medicine (ICEM). He is a visiting Emergency Medicine Associate Professor at Chitwan Medical College-Nepal.

 

DR PRAKASH SUBEDI

MBBS, MD, PGD, FRCEM 

Emergency Medicine Consultant at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. This role means seeing patients, supervising the juniors, Clinical Decisions Unit rounds, shop floor teaching, managing complaints and another day to day emergency department works.


Director of CESR Training Programme

 Concept Developer of Structured CESR Training Programme in the UK. In this role, Dr. Subedi has developed a postgraduate training using GMC provision of an alternative route to specialist registration, Royal College of emergency medicine curriculum and additional leadership competencies. He has successfully recruited 22 trainees so far and one has graduated from the programme. 

Concept Developer of REPSIN 

Dr. Subedi along with Dr. Jill Aylott has developed a training programme for remote healthcare workers in Nepal. Has developed Remote Emergency and Primary Care Service Improvements in Nepal (REPSIN) which is now in the second phase of implementation in Ithari Nepal.

 

Executive Director for QiMET (Quality Improvement Medical Education and Training ) International

Dr. Subedi is lead concept developer along with Dr. Khan and Dr. Aylott where a new, international, comprehensive and time appropriate training concept has been developed to be implemented for the first time in Chitwan Medical College Nepal.

 
 

DR REMIG WRAZEN

Dr Remig Wrazen is Consultant Anaesthetist, MBA Medical Leadership at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. He is co-author of a chapter in the book ‘Why Hospitals Fail’ illustrating the use of statistics to understand trends and to inform management decision making in hospitals. He is the Academic Lead for Statistical Process Control at the World Academy of Medical Leadership and teaches, mentors and advises doctors in their Quality Improvement Projects.