Mangaluru: The Department of General Medicine, Father Muller Medical College, conducted a one-day CME programme ‘FMMC Medicine Update- 2022’ on Dec 11, 2022. The theme of the CME was ‘Emergencies in Clinical Practice’ aimed at improving the management of medical emergencies. The inaugural session was presided over by Rev. Fr. Richard Aloysius Coelho, Director, Father Muller Charitable Institutions. Dr Roshan M, Organising Chairman and Head of the Department of Medicine welcomed the dignitaries and the gathering. Dr Venugopala D, President of the Indian Medical Association – Dakshina Kannada Chapter was the chief guest, who spoke about the importance of the advancement of knowledge in all fields. Dr Antony Sylvan D’Souza, Dean, FMMC, Dr Jayaprakash Alva, former Dean, FMMC and Dr Gopalakrishna Bhat, KMC Observer were among the dignitaries.
The morning session of the Scientific programme included lectures by eminent faculty on the management of Sepsis and the handling of emergencies in Oncology, Endocrinology and Cardiology. The sessions were moderated by faculty from various medical colleges around Mangaluru. The afternoon session included clinical case presentations by post-graduate students from medical colleges around Mangaluru. The afternoon session also included a presentation on the interpretation of chest X-rays. Dr Jeffrey Lewis, Assistant Professor, Medicine department and Organising Secretary proposed the vote of thanks.
More than 150 delegates attended and members appreciated the CME. Karnataka Medical Council recognized the conference and delegates were awarded two credit points for attendance.
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