KARACHI: Kharadar General Hospital, School of Nursing has organized the Research Seminar. Renowned Scholar, Prof. A.G. Billoo while addressing to the Seminar said that through adaption of advance research methodologies, we can combat health challenges. The current health parameters of Pakistan are not satisfactory, now the need is to target community health issues and move ahead in Research, says a Press release.
He said Kharadar General Hospital is performing its role in providing state of the art research and educational facilities. President, Pakistan Nursing Council Prof. Afshan Nazli said that in Nursing Profession interest towards research will help to resolve the health issues in the best manner. Development of research interest in health individuals is our priority and we are enforcing in curriculum to develop quality researchers and research environment can help us to move along with the other countries of the world.
Hospital’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Khalid Iqbal said all developing nations are adapting prevention practices to overcome all health problems. Control of the health problems like neonates and maternal mortalities, dengue and XDR typhoid Outbreaks, Chronic Disease like Diabetes, Hypertension and Hepatitis will lead towards healthy society.
Kharadar General Hospital, School of Nursing Principal Talat Perveen Shah addressed that the directions of interest towards research in Nursing Profession will predict a bright and healthy future of Pakistan. Students should adopt health research in educational and professional practices to increase their interest and be the reason for capacity development. Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) Institute of Health Nursing Principal Prof. Shahid Zafar, Indus Hospital Network Institute of Health Nursing Principal Prof. Hakim Shah and Ms. Durr-e-Shehwar other guests also addressed the guests.
Kharadar General Hospital, School of Nursing students’ presented their research work in the Seminar. Shields to the Guests were presented at the end of the Seminar.