Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-TH-65] The Human Resource Challenge – How Do We Deal with It?
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Day
Apr 03 (Thu)
Time
13:30 - 15:00
Room
Room 20 - Imperial Hotel 2F Kiku
Topic
Ophthalmic Practice and Socioeconomics
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Venkatesh Prajna
Description
The biggest bottle neck for a successful eye care service implementation programme is an effective human resource (HR) support. In this session, we have tried to address some of the neglected areas of HR. The talks will be a mix of prescriptive strategies as well as the sharing of the real life situations, in which effective and alternative use of the existing human resources are put into best use. The symposia will bring forth discussions on both the scenarios: that of very few resources as well as those situations, where human resources are abundantly present and where it has been effectively harnessed to bring out the alternative potential of medical personnel in research. All the speakers have significant practical experience in their varied geographies and their rich experience will be useful for us to understand this complex issue.

IS-TH-65-1 / 

Ophthalmic Practice and Socioeconomics

Do We Have the Capacity to Meet the Training Needs?

Daniel Etyale

Do We Have the Capacity to Meet the Training Needs?

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Ophthalmic Practice and Socioeconomics

Experiences in the Creation of Subspecialty Care in Nigeria

Kunle Hassan

Experiences in the Creation of Subspecialty Care in Nigeria

IS-TH-65-3 / 

Ophthalmic Practice and Socioeconomics

Relevance of Residency Training to the Regional Societal Needs

Nathan Congdon

Relevance of Residency Training to the Regional Societal Needs

IS-TH-65-4 / 

Ophthalmic Practice and Socioeconomics

Equipping Additional Skill Sets for Meeting the Societal Needs - The Geta Experience

Bidya Pant

Equipping Additional Skill Sets for Meeting the Societal Needs - The Geta Experience

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Ophthalmic Practice and Socioeconomics

Integration of Research into Clinical Practice in Japan

Shigeru Kinoshita

Integration of Research into Clinical Practice in Japan

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