Docplexus Nominated As Partner For World Trauma Congress, 2016
The World Trauma Congress aimed to bring together leading experts and distinguished speakers from across the globe in the field of Trauma Care has nominated Docplexus as a Partner.
World Trauma Congress 2016, to be held at New Delhi, India from August 17th through 20th, 2016. The congress co-hosted by the Indian Society for Trauma and Acute Care (ISTAC®) and the World Coalition for Trauma Care (WCTC) will be organized by the J. P. N. Apex Trauma Centre, All India Institute of Medical Sciences.
Docplexus will partner as a Media and Digital Partner for this conference. Seminars, lectures, and other events along with interactions with leading KOLs around the world will be covered in audiovisual format by Docplexus. These interactions will be hosted on Docplexus and will then be available for over 1, 35,000 doctors spread across length and breadth of India. In addition, Docplexus will also assist World Trauma Congress in the Registration of Delegates for the conference.
The notion of this partnership is to Publicize, Popularize and Empower Indian doctors with the ideas, experiences, and lessons learned at the conference through a wider interactive platform.
Sharing his views about this collaboration, Dr. Piyush Ranjan, Professor, Department of Medicine, AIIMS said,
Trauma care in India needs to be put on fast-track. Every modern medicine doctor in India needs training for trauma cases. Our collaboration with Docplexus will ensure that almost one-fifth of India’s practicing doctors will gain insights about trauma care. This is a great start towards the bigger mission of Empowering Doctors. Only through an exchange of ideas about practices and treatments, this field can advance and Docplexus is best positioned for that.”
Trauma care is still in the nascent phase in India and collaboration between World Trauma Congress and Docplexus is a great chance to address key issues trauma care faces in India. Moreover, the most recent knowledge shared at this conference will enable doctors across India to develop their skills to address trauma cases.
The partnership will be especially beneficial for the doctors who cannot travel to attend the conference, as they are highly involved in a great deal with the trauma patient care. These doctors can learn about the concepts and treatments shared as per their convenience on Docplexus.