Clinical Research Emphasised

Published: 20th November 2014 06:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th November 2014 06:17 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: In a bid to bring together the local research community to encourage sharing of ideas, knowledge, resources and professional research as a career, a one-day workshop by Global Health Trials (GHT) was held in the city on Wednesday.

Nearly 250 delegates from across the globe attended the workshop with the theme ‘Recent trends and current developments in clinical research-India’.

The workshop included special sessions and lectures by distinguished speakers and a wide range of topics with respect to health care industry, pharmacy and life sciences were covered.

“The idea is to create awareness about career opportunities in pharmacy, life sciences and nursing sectors. Many people feel that nursing is confined to being a nurse in a hospital, but there are several aspects attached to it. A nurse can also get into pharmacy through research,” said Anuj Tripathi, CEO, Clini-India.

The workshop was organised by Clini-India, an academy for clinical research and management in association with Samskara.

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