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New Delhi International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare postponed to 2021

In view of the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) around the world, including in South Asia, we have made the decision to postpone the International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare scheduled to take place in New Delhi, India, on 4-5 July 2020, until 2021.

The new dates for the conference will be announced once these are confirmed. We hope that you will be able to join us then. Find out more here.

What happens next?

All registered delegates and other supporters will have the option to transfer to the rescheduled conference or request a full refund. See more details here.

For any questions on the postponement of this International Forum, please contact us at events@bmj.com


Six Months Certification Course in Diabetes

With two variants available, this online course benefits from hands-on, practical training. It provides the best available overview by covering 48 topics ranging from epidemiology to lifestyle modifications, pharmacological management, comorbidities in diabetes, and diabetes in special situations. 

The course is endorsed by the Royal College of Physicians and jointly conducted by BMJ and Fortis C-DOC Hospital, New Delhi. Find out more here and apply today.

Three Months Certification Course in Chronic Kidney Disease

This online course features 12 modules that can equip clinicians with the knowledge on how to best manage the screening process, provide nutrition advice, and take a diagnostic approach to this common condition. 

Clinicians will learn the right way to treat and advise patients presenting with chronic kidney disease, diabetic and hypertensive nephropathy. Accredited by the Indian Society of Nephrology (ISN), credits can be obtained on completion of the course.  Find out more and apply today. 

Three Months Certification Course in Palliative Care

Learners will understand and apply the principles of palliative care in chronic and life-limiting illnesses after the completion of this course. It will help them to identify the palliative care needs of the patients, assess and manage pain and other physical symptoms. 

Launched with kind support from the Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation , the course features twelve modules on managing psychosocial issues and non-oncological diseases in palliative care in geriatrics.

Find out and more and apply today.

Contact us

You can write to us at education.india@bmj.com or you can call us at 91-120-4345733 – 37 (Monday to Friday, 09:00 AM –  05:30 PM) / 9650052070