CAPSI Pain India conducts cadaveric workshop at GMC

Delegates from India and other countries attending a cadaveric workshop at GMC Jammu.
Delegates from India and other countries attending a cadaveric workshop at GMC Jammu.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Sept 30: A cadaveric workshop was conducted today at Government Medical College Jammu in collaboration with Post Graduate Department of the College. Principal Medical College Dr Sunanda Raina was chairperson of workshop.
The faculty of eminent Pain-Spine Physicians from all over the globe conducted the workshop with the support of Faculty of Anatomy. Sixty delegates from all over the globe attended the cadaveric workshop to learn the Pain Relieving procedures under Fluoroscopy and Ultrasound guidance.
The delegates not only from India but also from USA, UAE, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia attended the Workshop. This is the first time that such an international cadaveric workshop was conducted at GMC Jammu.
The workshop was conducted by CAPSI Pain India in association with GMC Jammu. Pain procedures included the Spine pain, Joint pain and Cancer pain procedures. The workshop was conducted post conference of ICRA Pain 2018.
It is the first International Pain Conference that was conducted in J&K and which was attended by more than 300 faculty and delegates all over the globe. The conference was attended by the HoDs of Pain and Palliative Care from AIIMS, TATA Cancer Institute, PGI Chandigarh, Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute, CMC Vellore Jipmer Pondicherry and others.
The conference was focused to alienate the pain of common man. Conference organizing team included Dr Gautam Dass as patron Dr Pankaj Surange (chairman), Dr Gurmeet Singh Reen (vice chairman) and Dr Rohit Lahori (organizing secretary).