Mangalore, July 23: The Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology of Father Muller Homeopathic Medical College in association with Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka has organized ‘QUEST – 2017’, a continued Education Activity on Saturday, 22nd July at the Decennial Memorial Hall, Father Muller Medical College, Kankanady.
The theme of the program was “Medical Negligence and Consumer Protection Act – An Integrated Approach”.
The programme was presided over by, Rev. Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho, Director, Father Muller Charitable Institutions. He told about the doctors who are targeted in spite of their dedicated service and said that this integrated approach of Medical Negligence and Consumer Protection will be of great help to Practitioners, Faculty and students.
Dr Uday Kumar, Medical Superintendent, Father Muller Medical College Hospital was the Chief Guest. He then emphasized on the theme of the integrated approach of Medical Negligence and Consumer Act.
Rev. Fr Vincent Saldanha, Administrator, Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital said about the implication of laws and acts of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology in practice for AYUSH practitioners, particularly, which will help Homoeopathic students as well.
Dr Shivaprasad K., Principal, Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College welcomed the gathering. He spoke about ancient medicine and stressed on the theme.
The CEA – 2017 was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by the dignitaries on the dais and Dr Akhilan from the audience.
The vote of thanks was given by the Organizing Secretary, Dr Madona Joseph, Head of the Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, FMHMC.
The resource persons Dr.MAHABALESH SHETTY, Professor in KSHEMA, Deralakatte, Mr. MANORAJ RAJEEVA , an Advocate and District Govt. Pleader, Dr.SANIL KUMAR, Reader, Govt. Homoeopathic medical college , Kozhikode, Dr. NAGESH K R Professor, Father Muller Medical College , Kankanady, and Dr. AJITH KAMATH ,Asst Prof. of Dept. of Agada Tantra, Ayurveda medical college, Moodbidri were present.