AAPI Signs MoU with AIIMS for Collaboration in Research, Student Exchange, and Academics
(New Delhi, India – January 5th, 2024) The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi for collaboration in the areas of Research, Education and Student Exchange for a period of five years during the ongoing 17th edition of AAPI’s Annual Global Healthcare Summit in New Delhi and Manipal Karnataka….
NEW DELHI January 1-3, 2024 MANIPAL January 4-6, 2024
American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) will be hosting its 17th annual AAPI Global Healthcare Summit (GHS) will be held at New Delhi (January 1st to 3rd, 2024) and Manipal (January 4th to 6th, 2024)
AAPI invites you to participate and contribute make the GHS a grand success. The event will be attended by well over hundreds of medical students and AAPI delegates from US and doctors in India. Invited guests include Medical College Professors, Principals, Deans and AMA, ECMG, NMB chair and other members, dignitaries include Hon.
Health and External affairs Ministers of India, Hon. CM and, Hon. Governor of Karnataka. We will have opportunities for Exhibits, Product Theaters, NGO booths to promote your services, products, and values. etc. We request you to generously support the GHS so that we can work on our common goals and commitment to quality medical education and better health outcomes in India and worldwide.
ABOUT SUMMIT: GHS 2024 will be the Seventeen year of AAPI’s constant commitment towards making quality healthcare affordable and accessible to all people of India.
In addition, 2024th GHS will also focus in promoting Healthcare technology including A.I. in Healthcare.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SUMMIT: Several prominent physicians and academicians are invited and have accepted to be the keynote speaker and chairs of various academic sessions planned and organized during summit.
The focus this year will be on Mental health, Infant and Maternal Mortality as well as Medical Jeopardy and Research Poster presentations by medical students and will include panel discussions by International Medical Education experts and National Medical Council Board officials and mentoring of Young Professionals. CEO forum will focus on Equity, Ethics and Physician Burnout Issues and Women’s Forum on Gender bias and Leadership. The comprehensive details of TB Elimination Projects in India will be presented. Latest Advances, CME, ELS, Discussions on Research Methodology and Scientific Writing by Academic Experts will be part of the summit. Advocacy to dismantle the stigma of mental illness and Suicide Prevention will be the highlight of the program. Chronic Disease Reversal and Prevention, Rural Health Initiatives will continue to be promoted and other Global Health Issues including Climate change and its impact on health will be discussed. Other activities will include CPR Training for Police personnel; Walkathon on combating mental health stigma and prevention of Childhood Obesity and several other initiatives will be announced including treatment modalities on non-communicable medical diseases.
Anjana Samadder, MD
President of AAPI
Sampat Shivangi, MD
GHS Chair USA
Anupum Seibel, MD
GHS Chair New Delhi
Dr H S Ballal, Pro Chancellor, MAHE
Lt. Gen. (Dr) M.D. Venkatesh, Vice Chancellor, MAHE
GHS Chair Manipal