INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENDORSING HEALTH SICENCES



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Venue: DUHS (OJHA CAMPUS)
Date: 20 April 2019

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ICEHSR


International Conference of Endorsing Health Science Research has been a platform since 6 years for researchers from all over the world to exchange their thoughts on research and future developments in health sciences. AEIRC believes that satisfactory development in Health care and research is a necessity of time & ICEHSR has been designed to sketch the needs of the community, to translate basic scientific findings into interventions that are significant to increase understanding of disease processes as well as to improve the quality of life in sufferers.
 
 
 

Highlights:


ICEHSR has now developed into a brand holding an impactful scientific history in terms of knowledge and information generated by numerous keynote talks, workshops, panel sessions, scientific oral and poster presentations and publications. This conference has been hosted by AEIRC in Karachi, Pakistan and proved to be one unique event to gather basic and clinical health professionals and scientists under the same roof. In past 6 years this just not only bridged the gap but also prelude the impending eminence that health science research and development should contribute to value populations on the whole that certainly has better results in decision making during stages of innovation, policy-making and can be best reflected by the features and standards of health care professionals.

Goals:


Team AEIRC is delighted to be continuing this tradition in our own modest way; Of course, in seeking to promote health and education. We are not only keen to work in dimensions of public health needs but also hope that our determination will create ripples in health research field with our aim to develop and lead the task force for exploration that can fill the gap between academic institutes and clinical practice to raise the quality of life.

. Recommended steps include researchers and consultants should engross the public, including sponsors, as equivalent associates in the commencement of community‐based interferences.
. Scientific proofs and communal data should be incorporated into interference planning.
. Publications should allow a focus on application that deals accounts of interventions including adverse findings that need cautious assessment to determine whether the research was successful, to find a consequence as a result of program design, execution or assessment.
. Current medical practitioner must update with worthy training opportunities for services advancement and to elevate their aptitude in the application of research-based scientific evidence at every stage of practice.
. To update researchers with international guidelines by government and agencies that provide all-inclusive information and outcomes.