Clinical and Administration Workshop

Men-Tsee-Khang organized Workshop on Clinical and Pharmaceutical Practice at Kalaburagi branch Clinic on 14 and 16 November, 2017. On 14 November, Kalaburagi branch clinic celebrated its 3rd Anniversary at the clinic hall. The Chief Guest on the occasion Shri Allam Prabu Khuba (Clinic Sponsor) was welcomed by Mr. Tashi Tsering Puri, Director of Men-Tsee-Khang. The resource persons for the workshop Dr. Yeshi Khando, Chief Resident Doctor of Gangkyi Clinic and Dr. Tenzin Yeshi, Research and Development Department, Dharamsala; Dr. Dorjee Rabten, Chief Resident Doctor of Bangalore Branch Clinic; Dr. Thupten Gyaltsen, Chief Resident Doctor of Mundgod camp no 6; Dr. Kyizom, Chief Resident Doctor of Mundgod camp no 3; Mr. Dhondup Palden, South Zone Branch Manager and the 25 participants doctors attended the function.


Shri Allam Prabu shared his experiences on the improvement of his health condition by taking Tibetan medication. He also emphasizes on how effective it is and encouraged others to take the most benefits of it.
The workshop was held at New Khuba Kalyan Matapa. On 15 November, Dr. Yeshi Khando and Dr. Dorjee Rabten Neshar presented their topics on Clinical Practice according to their experiences while Dr. Tenzin Yeshi spoke on Clinical Research. Dr. Thupten Gyaltsen and Dr. Kyizom gave their presentations on Pharmacy and Clinical practice on 16 November. While speaking to the audience, Mr. Dhondup Palden, South Zone Branch Manager discussed about the set up and function of Administrative tasks of South Zone Branches.
The Workshop successfully concluded with the thank you note by Dr. Tenzin Chodup, Chief Resident Doctor of Kalaburagi. There were a total of 25 participants from branch clinics of Bangalore, Bylakupee, Mundgod, Hunsur, Kollegal, Kalaburagi, Chennai, Secunderabad, Navi Mumbai, Malad and Bhandara.
Men-Tsee-Khang would like to thank Mr. Allam Prabu, Mr. Rajindra Khuba, and Mr. Rajkumar (patient) for providing free conference hall and accommodation to the participants.