Launch Ceremony: Diabetes Certificate Course

Offered by British Medical Journal, Aga Khan University & RCP, London

November 14, 2020
4:00 pm-5:30 pm | Karachi

Medical College

The British Medical Journal (BMJ) and Aga Khan University in Karachi are pleased to announce the six-month certification course in Diabetes to help physicians improve their theoretical and practical resources to manage diabetes in an effective manner. 

The course will help clinicians tackle today's most critical healthcare challenges and deliver the most relevant and current educational resources that doctors need. This event is the formal launching ceremony of the course that will commence from January 2021.

Speakers
  • Dr Adil Haider, Professor and Dean, Medical College, AKU
  • Mr Mike Nithavrianakis, British Deputy High Commissioner in Karachi
  • Mr Patrick Spencer, Chief Operating Officer, BMJ
  • Dr Zainab Samad, Professor and Chair, Department of Medicine, AKU
  • Dr Kieran Walsh, Clinical Director, BMJ Learning & BMJ Best Practice, BMJ
  • Mr Prashant Mishra, Managing Director, South Asia, BMJ

Moderator 
Dr Najmul Islam, Professor, Department of Medicine & Consultant Endocrinologist, AKU

Who should attend  
Physicians, medical students, researchers, and allied health personnel

Organiser
Department of Medicine, AKU

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AKU

V E N U E

The session will be held at AKU’s Auditorium. You can also the session by clicking HERE to interact with our panel of experts if you have any questions regarding the course.

Course registration details will be shared shortly.

C O N T A C T

Aalia Amin
aalia.amin@aku.edu
021 3486 3960