Shahid Rafiq, Chairman APPNA
MERIT and Lt Gen Syed Muhammad Imran Majeed, HI(M), Vice Chancellor NUMS.
President and CEO PKLI and RC Dr Saeed Akhter said that PKLI and APPNA
will also team up for the creation of a strong prevention and treatment program in all the provinces of Pakistan.
Rana informed that APPNA
is a professional association of Pakistani Physicians dedicated to fostering scientific development and education in the field of medicine and delivery of better health care, to institute ways and means to cooperate with other medical organizations, to encourage medical education and delivery of better health care in Pakistan, to participate in medical relief and other charitable activities in Pakistan and in North America, and to inform and educate decision makers regarding the problems facing those in the medical community.
He said APPNA
has started Institute of Public Health project in Karachi to promote public health, research and preventive measures to control the further spread of disease in the country.
Lubna Beg, said that as part of broader Health Care in Danger project started in 2015 the ICRC together with APPNA
Institute of Public Health of Jinnah Sindh Medical University, Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center, Indus Hospital, Edhi Foundation and Aman Foundation carried out a study on patterns of violence against health-care staff and facilities in Karachi and analyzed the legal framework safeguarding health care, with a view to developing a state-wide strategy.
Punjab Governor Mohammad Rafique Rajwana also attended the meeting, whitle the APPNA
President Mubasher Rana, the KEMU Vice Chancellor Prof.
In response to the disaster, APPNA
mobilized teams of volunteer physicians to provide emergency medical treatment to the injured and to provide food, medicines, tents, blankets and water purification kits to displaced families facing the onset of the harsh winter of the region.
, an association of Pakistani doctors, is also establishing a mini clinic at Pakistan Centre for emergency medical attention to needy community members.
is a charitable organization and it runs free clinics in various cities.
The president of APPNA
Dr Mubashir Rana and representative of KEMCAANA Dr Ayesha Najeeb along with other officials also participated in annual scientific symposium 2015.
I had carried with me that day awards for two former presidents of APPNA
and Khyber Medical College Alumni Association.
GAVI has been supporting us and we have also collaborated with APPNA
to create awareness about hepatitis.