CHENNAI: Anna University is organising a one-day symposium to promote interaction between doctors and engineers for the development of indigenous medical instrumentation, on May 23.
The symposium is the first of its series on ‘Present and Future of Healthcare Instrumentation: Clinical and Technology perspective’. It is being organised by DST-funded National Hub for Healthcare Instrumentation Development (NHHID) at Anna University, which aims at promoting country’s technical capabilities in developing healthcare devices. The event will see five medical experts and five technical experts come together and address 150-200 professionals in the realm of Orthopaedic Sciences, namely, Orthopaedics - Arthroscopy, Additive Manufacturing in Orthopaedics, Orthopaedics - Arthroplasty, Rehabilitation Medicine and Radio diagnosis.
Dr S Geethalakshmi, Director of Medical Education, will give the keynote address at the symposium. The event will be held at the TAG Auditorium.