Pune: SYMHEALTH, an annual mega event with an academically rich legacy attracts over 1200 delegates from all verticals of healthcare such as doctors, medico legal experts, insurance and IT professionals, NGOs, hospital administrators and clinical research professionals from all over India and abroad.
SYMHEALTH 2019 is a two day event organized by the Faculty of Health and Biological Sciences, Symbiosis International (Deemed University), SIU which is being hosted at the university campus, Lavale, Pune on 19th and 20th April, 2019. It is an event that marks the significance of integrating ideas and information from across many disciplines. The conference provides a platform through which various stakeholder groups can discuss and proffer practical and workable solutions to the challenges of healthcare.
The conference will provide an opportunity for stakeholders beyond academia and industry, to exchange insights, present emerging opportunities, make networking connections, and to share resources. The two thought-provoking days of the conference results in deciphering knowledge both in the sessions and during the many planned opportunities to build rapport and alliances, share advice, stories, case reports and socialize throughout the conference.
The highlight of this year’s conference is the incorporation of ‘Connexions’ – a unique event on the first day of the conference. Connexions presents an opportunity for students to attend grooming and skills transfer sessions which prepares them to face interviews. A placement assistance drive is conducted after Connexions which facilitates interested enrolled candidates to interact and get interviewed with prospective recruiters and employers in healthcare sector.
Dr Balram Bhargava, Secretary, Department of Health Research, (Ministry of Health and Family Welfare) has consented to be the Guest of Honor on 19th April, 2019.
Dr Sanjay Zodpey, Vice President Academics, Public Health Foundation of India, New Delhi will enlighten upon the Public Health Agenda for India wherein the Indian government has adopted the National Health Policy to “attain the highest possible level of health and well-being for all at all ages through a preventive and promotive health care orientation in all developmental policies, and universal access to good quality health care services without anyone having to face financial hardship as a consequence”.
Details can be found here. For registration and further queries, one may drop an email at [email protected]