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Plot No 11/12 Sector 29, Gurgaon, IN, 122001
- Phone: (91) 124 4634444
- Fax: (91) 124 4634444
November 01, 2014 9:00 AM
Indian Association for Medical Informatics will be hosting the 8th Asia Pacific Association for Medical Informatics (APAMI 2014) in New Delhi, India, from 1st to 2nd November 2014. The theme of the conference 'Health IT Solutions for Improving Patient Care' aims to encourage researchers, surgeons, practitioners, young scientists, healthcare workers and suppliers from across the world to cooperate and share knowledge & experience about how to use information technology to improve the healthcare status of the people. Apart from the outstanding scientific programme, trade fair and social events. The conference will provide an excellent opportunity to forge new relationships with professional colleagues from across the country and the Asia Pacific region, with over 600 experts in Healthcare and Medical Informatics from South Asia, SAARC Countries and other parts of the world descending on Delhi for the APAMI in November 2014.
November 07, 2014 9:00 AM
As ageing is the single most important risk factor for dementia, the largest numbers of persons with dementia are living in this region. Out of the estimated 36 million persons living with dementia worldwide, nearly 60% live in developing countries and this figure is likely to reach 70% by 2050. The magnitude of dementia and its impact on the institutions of society is being recognised and realised in many of these countries only recently. With increase in life expectancy and the ageing population, the problems associated with dementia will also rise So, while it is important to develop policies and strategies for action at national level, it is also important for countries to join hands to improve understanding and share expertise and experience. The health systems in this region exhibit great diversity in their functioning. Only a handful of countries in this region are effectively addressing the issue of dementia with the governments recognising it as a public health issue with adequate allocation of financial and human resources. In most countries, there is little awareness on dementia, which is often assumed as a natural consequence of aging. The lack of awareness causes stigmatisation, dehumanisation, delayed diagnosis and adverse physical, economic and emotional consequence for the family and care givers. This conference “Emerging challenges of dementia in the Asia Pacific Region” is being organised to bring together medical professionals, care providers, nursing and paramedical professionals; social and health organisations; and governmental agencies to deliberate on issues related to risk factors, preventive strategies, advocacy and policies for better facilities for diagnosis and care. We extend a cordial invitation to all to attend the conference. We hope that we can collectively create a better environment for dementia care and bridge the gap between availability and need of resources for dementia care.
November 13, 2014 9:00 AM
After the successful conclusion of Premier Corporate Communication Summit Mumbai, UBM India is launching the two day content rich workshop series for professionals engaged in the business of Corporate Communication, Corporate Affairs, Public Affairs, Public Relations and Marketing departments across organisations and industries in Delhi. The workshop promises to change the way marketers think about Change Management, Crisis Communication, Employee Communication, Financial Communication, Online PR, Social Media Analytics and various interesting topics concerning the Corporate communication Circle.
November 15, 2014
The Delhi skyline at sunset, and a brightly lit up Qutub Minar set the mood for this annual cultural music and dance festival. The event witnesses the participation of some of India's most accomplished performers. The colorful performances are a visual treat, the music is exotic, and the historical setting adds to the enthralling experience. It is one of the best introductions to Indian tradition.
November 15, 2014
November 29, 2014
Formed in 2003, Bhayanak Maut has achieved a massive fan following in the Indian rock scenario. Their genre being groove metal, hardcore and death metal, the six-member band has enthralled audiences at various college festivals and the 2011 Inferno Festival in Oslo. Their first album, Hell is All People was released in 2004 followed by their second album Malignant in 2006. But it's their 2009 untitled album that was critically acclaimed as the 'Album of the Year' at the Jack Daniels Rock Awards 2010.
November 29, 2014 1:00 PM
The Los Angles-based hard rock band Fear Factory pioneered a unique heavy metal sonic aesthetic by combination of various styles including death metal, groove metal and thrash metal. The band rose to prominence in the 1990s and despite suffering a series of line up changes, the band is still touring and releasing new material.