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Islami Jamiat Talaba for Action Against Drugs
« on: May 28, 2013, 08:30:33 AM »
Islami Jamiat Talaba for Action Against Drugs
Lahore :May 28:  Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) has said Punjab University administration has failed in controlling the menace of drugs at PU hostels.
According to a press release issued here Monday, IJT office-bearers said that liquor was easily accessible to students residing in boy’s hostels but the quarters concerned were not taking any action against it.
They said that due to negligence of PU administration, students were getting involved in the menace of drugs which would leave drastic effects on them and on society as a whole.
Infectious diseases symposium” Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (RCPE) is organising an infectious diseases symposium on Wednesday (tomorrow). The Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre (SKMCH&RC) will have this telecast live.
According to a press release issued on Monday, there is no fee for attendance at the SKMCH venue but pre-registration is required, especially for outside participants.
Since the days of Hippocratic Oath, physicians have been stimulated by the dual challenges of treating the infections and controlling transmission. The symposium celebrates the dramatic progress in the areas such as HIV and Hepatitis C treatment but also highlights the ever changing challenges of managing infections in global community. Practical management dilemmas in patients with bacterial infections where first line treatment fails and the difficulties caring for a growing population of immunosuppressed oncology patients will also be addressed.
Speakers from Edinburgh will share important skills in managing an outbreak and lessons learned from their experience with Legionnaires’ in 2012.
An update on immunisation will provide a UK perspective on protecting populations with a final session reminding us of many remaining challenges, as people and bugs travel further and at greater speed. This symposium will appeal to consultant physicians and physicians in training including those who have diversified into medical or nursing roles within Infectious Diseases, Microbiology or Public Health.The news.
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