|Year : 2016 | Volume
| Issue : 1 | Page : 65-66
Conference news: Cardiological society of India Delhi Branch Annual Conference 2016
S Ramakrishnan, Manisha Kaushik
Department of Cardiology, AIIMS, New Delhi, India
|Date of Web Publication||26-May-2016|
Department of Cardiology, AIIMS, New Delhi
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Ramakrishnan S, Kaushik M. Conference news: Cardiological society of India Delhi Branch Annual Conference 2016. J Pract Cardiovasc Sci 2016;2:65-6
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The Delhi Branch of Cardiological Society of India (DB-CSI) was established and registered in 1996. It's 30th Annual Conference was held at Hotel Lalit, New Delhi, between 12th and 13th March 2016. The Executive Committee headed by our president Dr. K C Goswami worked tirelessly to make a comprehensive scientific program which covered a wide array of topics in the field of Cardiology. This time the main focus of discussions and deliberation was on the topics and problems faced by a practitioner in his day to day clinical practice.
| Conference News|| |
This meeting was attended by more than 350 delegates [Figure 1] and [Figure 2]. The problem-oriented discussions were the main attraction of this year's conference. The conference covered lectures, symposia, debates, and controversies by eminent cardiologists covering the majority of cardiovascular diseases.
The scientific program featured interactive educative sessions and Prof. Rajan Tandon memorial PG quiz, apart from conventional plenary sessions, featured symposia, award presentation, and punch-counter punch sessions.
The CSI-DB presented for the first time ever Prof. R Tandon Memorial Quiz. The semi-final round was the first session of the day conducted by Dr. Saurabh Gupta.
Some interesting topics such as case discussions, approach to valvular heart disease, approach to cynotic Heart Disease, approach to cynotic Heart Disease, interactive sessions on X-ray, and electrocardiography was organized for the PG students.
On the theme, there was two sessions: Puzzling questions and case-based approaches followed by two rapid fire sessions.
The most interesting sessions were Mann ki Baat and Chai pe Charcha.
| Mann Ki Baat|| |
The session without any slides and to listen from the experts as they feel and foresee for the two most pertinent contemporary issues – whether heart team approach is feasible in India by Dr. O. P. Yadava and new diseases in cardiology by Dr. S. S. Kothari.
| Chai Pe Charcha|| |
Chai pe charcha was a panel discussion on a topic which is the quintessential in the field of clinical medicine: The “doctor–patient relationship.” It is central to delivery of a high-quality health care and is the foundation of contemporary medical ethics. To share their views on this very important topic doctor–patient relationship – how to turn the clock back we had an eminent panel including Dr. K. K. Sethi, Dr. H. K. Chopra, Dr. U. Kaul, Dr. O. P. Yadava, and representatives from media. The session was moderated by Dr. Sundeep Mishra.
| Award Sessions|| |
To encourage the scientific research among young cardiologist, the Delhi CSI has instituted two awards in the memory of great Dr. Sujoy B Roy and Col. K L Copra. The CSI-DB also organized best paper award of CSI-DB 2016. In this session, cardiologist represented their research work.
By the time, we reached to the end of this conference, a sense of serenity enveloped our heart with the realization of having accomplished the meeting successfully.
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[Figure 1], [Figure 2]