CME at Larkana

We are pleased to inform you that PES has achieved another milestone by holding a very successful CME at Larkana. Here is a brief report about that, and soon you will be receiving its photos.
PES Initiative for Basic Certification Course on “Endocrinology for Family Physicians. Organized by Dr Saeed Mahar and sponsored by our corporate partner, Highnoon.

Program Outline:-
“Endocrinology for Family physicians “certification course was conducted on Monday 21st April, 2014 in Larkana, which is the 4th largest city of Sindh known as the “Eden of Sindh”. The program started at 1:30pm with lunch, and scientific sessions commenced at 3:00pm. Acceptance of this program was overwhelming as more than 100 Doctors participated. The beauty of the scientific session depicted in the specialty of audience, which included the faculty members from all the departments of “Chandka Medical College & SMBBMU Larkana.

Chairperson and panelist:-
Scientific session was honored by following prestigious panel;

Dr. Hakim Ali Abro (Prof of Medicine, SMBBMU, Larkana) chairperson of session
Dr. Rafia Baloch (Prof of Gynae, SMBBMU, Larkana) panelist
Dr. Bashir Ahmad Sheikh (Associate Prof Medicine, SMBBU, Larkana) panelist


1, First topic was “Diabetes Management in the light of new guidelines” which was presented by Dr. Saeed A Mahar , VP of PES for Sindh.
2, Second topic was “Approach to Thyroid Nodule” which was presented by Dr. Ali Ashghar (Assistant Professor of LNH Endo, KHI),
3, Third topic was “Updates on PCOS” which was presented by Dr. M. Hussain Afridi (HMC, Peshawar).
4, Last topic was presented by, Dr jawaid Akber sial (FCPS, Card) “Does every diabetic needs a statin,”

Every participant highly appreciated this event. They were thankful to PES and all speakers for such an informative CME. After the session, majority of doctors were there to have a personal interaction with all the presenters which shows the level of involvement of participants and presenters.
This event was rated as one of the best academic activity in the history of Larkana. At the end of the Program shields were presented to honorable speakers as a token of appreciation