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PGHTNCON-2016 to be held at NIMS University Jaipur

pghtncon 2016 by nims chairman

The world’s largest conference in the field of pediatrics “International Conference on Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatobiliary Transplant and Nutrition; Controversies and Consensus – New Dimensions to Explore” is being organized by NIMS University from Thursday onwards till Sunday (11th to 14th February). PGHTNCON-2016 is expected to be attended by over 80 speakers from across 55 countries on the globe.

NIMS Chairman Prof. (Dr.) Balvir Singh Tomar, also President of Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Transplant & Nutrition , said, “The scientific programme promises to bring together a fascinating and diverse mix of speakers providing cutting edge presentations and educational sessions making the Annual Meeting a must-attend meeting for all colleagues based in the world of paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, transplant and nutrition in which key issues and controversial topics in child health are openly discussed and new perspectives on consensus, agreements and knowledge are seek and met.”

The purpose of PGHTNCON-2016 is to share knowledge of evidence-based practice in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, transplant and Nutrition with a view to improving pediatric patient care in view of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, transplant and Nutrition vis-a-vis all related fields. Participants will have the opportunity to share their expertise in clinical practice and their knowledge with others to generate new perspectives and explore the new dimension of research.

PGHTNCON-2016 will be attended by Dr. M.A. Benninga from Netherlands, Dr. Berthold V. Koletzko from Germany, Prof. Jiri Bronsky from Czech Republic, Dr. Marianne Samyn from the UK, Dr. Eduardo Weiss Hebel from Chile, Dr. Michael J. Wilsey from the USA, Dr. Elmi Muller from South Africa, Dr. Kenneth Kabagambe from Uganda, Dr. Marina Orsi from Argentina, Prof. Osamu Yokosuka from Japan, and many others from China, Greece and same as well as other parts of the world.

The duration of each talk will be of 25-30 minutes. After all the speakers have given their presentation about 5-10 minutes will be available for the audience to put their questions. Attendees will be allowed to select topic as per your speciality / expertise and on recommendation of the International Scientific committee, topic will be approved accordingly. Apart from free registration, the organising committee will also arrange lodging/ boarding and local transport.

We are expecting the active involvement of UN, WHO, UNICEF, UNESCO and such other agencies and the recommendations of this conference on different diseases, researches, transplants – diagnosis, treatment – controversies and consensus in all these segments will be discussed at length and this mega scientific event will reach on some consensus on each controversies after the great discussions with the renowned scientist of the World, which are institutions themselves.

 
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  • zaara

    It’s nice that NIMS organised a seminar on NIMS university.. PGHTNCON-2016 will surely help many speakers and scientist to develop and enlighten the cause of chronic disease.. Very nice article..

     
  • bhanu

    After reading this I feel NIMS doing great not only in providing education and food to the needy children but also they tried to resolve the causes and effects of chronic disease by approaching diagnostics cure..

     
  • anugya

    I am also associated with NIMS for many years.. Recently we organised a beti bachao abhiyan seminar and after that this one where many speakers attended the seminar across the world to initiate a platform for global networking and to enlighten their views in the sessions.. i just want to everyone to support our initiative for making a better life of our society..

     
  • Meher Shekhawat

    I wish i could attend this seminar as it was my wish to be a part of this conference. But my friends attended this and they were saying that the international speakers out there shared innovative ideas for us in the concerned field.

     
  • Sarika

    Good Article and very much happy that NIMS look after these issues and finding the diagonostic cure for it.. Good keep it up NIMs .. We support you…