Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ltd sponsored an awards ceremony titled ‘Critical Care Medicine Travel Fellowship’ on Saturday at Garlic ‘n Ginger in Dhanmondi, Dhaka (1 14), according to a press release.
The program is chaired by Prof. Arif Ahsan, President, Bangladesh Society of Critical Care Medicine (BSCCM) and Tasbirul Islam, President, PHA.
During the programme, PHA Chairman Tasbirul Islam, BSCCM Chairman Prof. Arif Ahsan, BSCCM Secretary General Dr. Muhammad Asaduzzaman, BSCCM Founder Chair Prof. Mohammad Omar Faruk and Planetary Health Academy Trustee Omar Sharif spoke about the activities, vision and goals of PHA.
PHA is active in launching international exchange fellowship programs, developing research programs and promoting opportunities for joint ventures. They shared their views on how to improve the healthcare industry in Bangladesh, elaborated on PHA’s future plans, and thanked Incepta Pharmaceuticals for being their scientific partner from the beginning of their journey.
The award ceremony was sponsored by Incepta Pharmaceuticals under the name of “Intensive Care Medicine Travel Scholarship” in the amount of Tk 300,000. The award has been awarded to the winner, Dr Mohammed Salah Uddin, who will travel to the United States for a two-week course. During his visit, he will have the opportunity to acquire the latest practical knowledge under the guidance of a leading American pulmonologist.
This travel program was designed by PHA to enrich the knowledge of young Bangladeshi pulmonologists. The winners express their gratitude to PHA and Incepta for arranging such a scholarship program.
Among them were Omar Sharif, Trustee of Planetary Health Academia and Mohammad Ashraf Uddin Ahmed, Executive Director of Sales and Distribution of Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ltd., and Mohammad Mizanur Rahman, Deputy General Manager of Marketing, who attended the award ceremony.
Planetary Health Academia (PHA) envisions a future where every doctor in Bangladesh will receive a world-class medical education. The PHA will deliver training in a total of 21 subjects through trainers from around the world including the UK, US, Sweden and Australia.
PHA is a non-profit medical education platform founded in July 2020 by a group of non-resident doctors in Bangladesh. The motivation of the platform is to attract doctors, academicians and researchers worldwide.We want to create a global collaborative network and deploy a holistic approach to educating young doctors and healthcare professionals across the country and