CME – 22 September 2013

Dear Doctor,

Delhi State Branch (DSB) is delighted to celebrate the 101st Birth Anniversary of Padmashri Late Dr. K.G. Saxena, the man who brought IIHP in
existence. To mark this prodigious occasion, DSB is organizing its monthly CME Program, showcasing the sincere efforts & hard work of Dr. K.G.
Saxena, through which he had established Dr. K.G. Saxena Homoeopathic Research Center at Kadkadooma. Details of the CME Program are given
below.
 
Topic: CEREBRAL PALSY- Introduction, Treatment & Management
 
Speakers:  Dr. Kavita Roy, HOD, Dr. K.G. Saxena Homoeopathic Research Center, Amar Jyoti, Kadkadooma, Delhi
 
Venue:  Dr. B.R. Sur Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Nanak Pura, Moti Bagh, New Delhi-110021
Date:                  Sunday, 22nd September 2013
 
Time:                  3:00pm – 4:00 pm
 
Discussion:        4.00pm – 4.30 pm (with Tea and Snacks)
Note: DSB is going to add another feather in the golden hat of IIHP by organizing the first ever, Dr. K.G. Saxena Memorial Seminar. The seminar is being organized in collaboration with New Delhi Municipal Council (N.D.M.C.). The details are as follows:
Topic:                    ROLE OF HOMOEOPATHY IN PSYCHOSOMATIC AILMENTS
Date:                     Sunday, 10th November 2013
Venue:                  Convention Hall, NDMC Headquarter, Palika Kendra, New Delhi
Delegate Fee:       Doctors- Rs. 500/- ; Students- Rs. 300/-
Contact undersigned for details.
DR. MAYANK MAWAR
B.H.M.S. M.D.-Hom. [Paeds.]
M.O. In charge,
N.D.M.C. Homoeo. Disp. 
Bapu Dham, New Delhi
General Secretary,
I.I.H.P. Delhi State Branch
+91-9811185877
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