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The medical profession like others requires a continuing educational program to ensure that the best patient care is available universally. This is so important that it is critical that the most effective and efficient means are used to provide medical education.
The combination of e-learning and classroom instruction has been proven to be the most effective means of providing educational instruction. Besides offering webinars, developing asynchronous courses and participating in class discussions, I am passionate about educating the educators in these new technologically based techniques.
Over the next ten years, it is my hope that many more will be able to avail themselves of the latest medical advances as a result of current and future capabilities of e-learning and other technological innovations.
Dr. Shehla Shaikh is a consulting endocrinologist attached to reputed Mumbai hospitals like Saifee Hospital, Wockhardt Hospitals and Prince Aly Khan Hospital. Prior to this, she has worked as a registrar and lecturer in various eminent hospitals. Her clinical paper presentations have won her many accolades. She has been the Principal investigator to national and international clinical trials and this has strengthened her research experience.
Dr. Brian Pinto is the Chief of Cardiology at Holy Family Hospital, Mumbai and Director Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory.
He is also the Interventional Cardiologist attached to Breach Candy Hospital, Nanavati Hospital and Holy Spirit Hospital. Dr. Brian is a member of the Cardiology Society of India and the Association of Physicians of India.
Dr. Ramesh Mehta graduated from Nagpur, India and moved to UK in 1981. He is a consultant and lead paediatrician at Bedford Hospital. Dr. Mehta is a general paediatrician and a neonatologist. His clinical interests include paediatric rheumatology and childhood asthma. He also has special interest in sickle cell disease and tuberculosis in children. He has presented several papers in national and international meetings.
Dr. Shirish M. Hastak, a widely renowned neurology specialist completed a stroke fellowship in Canada under Prof. Vladimir Hachinski, a world renowned name in the field of stroke, at the Western University of Canada at London, Ontario. Along with his mentor he has co-authored chapters on stroke. He later returned to India in 1990 and worked at renowned hospitals in the field of neurology and stroke services. While working at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai, he pioneered hyper acute stroke management and the use of thrombolysis in combination with mechanical intervention (bridging therapy) to help patients in acute stroke settings. He continues to pursue his passion in the field of acute stroke management and plans to set up a Stroke Institute.
Dr. Mangesh Tiwaskar is specialised in Diabetology and Cardiology. He holds a Gold Medal in MD Post graduation and is practising for more than two decades as a Physician in Umrao Hospital, Asian Heart Institute, Karuna Hospital, Suwarna Hospital & Seven Hills Hospital. Dr. Tiwaskar is a member of the Governing body of API and is active in several other medical associations. He has authored chapters in medical textbooks, and published and presented many papers on Diabetes and related subjects.
Dr. Sanjay Pujari is currently the Director and Chief Consultant, Institute of Infectious Diseases (IID) – Pune and Consultant in HIV Medicine and Infectious Diseases, Poona Hospital and Research Center (PHRC). He also holds the position of Principal Investigator (Institute of Infectious Diseases Site), START, TAHOD, IeDEA and the Founder Member: Board of Directors, HIV Medicine Association of India. Dr. Sanjay has a large number of publications in field of HIV.
Dr. Sanjith is presently the Head of Critical Care at Fortis SL Raheja Hospital in Mumbai. He has done his Fellowship in Neurointensive care and Neuroanaesthesia under the guidance of Dr. Charles Weissmann in Israel. He is the Founder of CNP and creator of iNutriMon.
Dr. Duru Shah is presently the Scientific Director of Gynaecworld and the Gynaecworld Assisted Fertility Center, Mumbai, India and is a Consultant to the Breach Candy Hospital, Jaslok Hospital and Sir Hurkisondas Hospital in Mumbai. Dr. Duru Shah leads a highly qualified team of Consultants at the Gynaecworld Assisted Fertility Centre that offers a wide range of specialised fertility options under one roof.