Tabba Kidney Institute is pleased to announce First International Pediatric Urology Congress held in Avari Towers from 7 Dec till 9 Dec 2018, where live transmission of pediatric urological surgeries from Tabba Kidney Institute OT to Avari Towrs seminar hall is performing to educate all the participants attending the congress. There are more than 250 doctors currently getting the benefits of the teachings provided by international faculty from UK, Mexico, Argentina, Qatar, china, turkey and Brazil .
The inauguration of FIPUC has been performed by CPSP president Prof. Zafar Ullah Chaudhry and Director SIUT Dr Adeeb Rizvi, on this Occasion Dr adeeb rizvi said that for the better management of the children suffering from the kidney and bladder diseases, the inclusion of pediatric urology as a sub specialty in CPSP curriculum has become very essential.
President CPSP Prof Zafarullah Chaudhry said: I am pleased to write this message of felicitation at the occasion of First International Pediatric Urology Congress being organized by the Pediatric Urology Department of Tabba Kidney Institute. I am glad to learn that renowned pediatric urologists and master trainers from Europe, Turkey and China are participating in the congress. Many major specialties, with the advancement of scientific knowledge and technology, have branched o_ into subspecialties. It is a matter of great satisfaction that a new specialty of Pediatric Urology is heading towards attaining an independent status.
In this regard, I would like to remind you that to start a second fellowship programmed in Pediatric Urology would require more collaborative efforts for identifying potential institutions and supervisors in order to gather a critical mass of people who can collectively develop training framework and assessments tools so that a firm beginning can be made in this direction. CPSP would welcome a move in this direction by Tabba Kidney Institute, and would extend all possible support in its efforts. I hope that the conference would serve as a milestone in highlighting the importance of the emerging new specialty as a separate entity. I wish the conference a great success!