Thursday, January 27, 2022

Heading Validectory of International Symposium on Health and Well-being

In the concluding session, the chief guest Prof. Shailendra Saraf Pt. R.S. University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, ExVice Chancellor, Pharmacy Council of India Former Vice Chancellor, Hemchand Yadav University, Chhattisgarh, India, has spoken about “Health Care Profession, Education and Research: A Paradigm Change”.

He explained the priorities of the pharma industry before and after corona as API dependency, medical diplomacy, regulatory exemptions, recent developments in supply chain, digital health and pharmacy, prescription for success. Regarding the new paradigm in the pharma industry, he emphasized on prevention rather than treatment, returning to nature, reverse innovation, information sharing, 3D printing, cognitive computing, body sensors, artificial intelligence and new antibiotic discovery.

More research is needed in the field of pharma. New paradigms in research have been suggested; Laboratory on real world data, precision medicine, clinical trials, pharmacogenomics, stem cell research, microbiome and pills. He focused that strategic approach in the post COVID era requires extensive R&D embedded infrastructure
Guest of Honor Dr. Claudio Eduardo B. Martins Health Advisor, Brazil discusses “public policies to promote physical activity and health”. Physical activity is a complex behavior, yet people often use the term “physical activity”. Use as if it were a simple construction. In recent decades, as physical activity has begun to gain a place in public health, the fact remains that it is a complex behavior that takes many forms and is packaged in many ways, depending on frequency, intensity, duration.

And with many combinations of dosages, has become more apparent. Additionally, physical activity is performed for a number of reasons – not just positive health outcomes, physicians need to change their paradigm and begin to consider physical activity assessment and exercise prescription as essential parts of patient care. Exercise prescriptions need to be just as important as drug prescriptions. Kriti Gehlot, the special invitee of this seminar, shared her information about live yoga, the work of doing live yoga from Poland, she has received gold medal in yoga world champion ship and 6 times gold medal in national level Professor B. BTiwari, the director of the department, welcomed all the guests, after that the program coordinator Dr. Mishra read out the message of respected Vice Chancellor Professor Nirmala Maurya. At the end of the program, Dr. Alok Das presented the summary of the program. In the end
Dr. Jhansi Mishra expressed vote of thanks. Introduction of the guests given by Meenakshi Verma and Praveen Rai. in this seminar Prof. Manas Pandey, prof. Manoj Mishra, prof. Rajesh Sharma, Dr. Rajkumar Soni, Sunil Kumar, Dr. Rashikesh etc.

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