Registered participants will receive training certificates and credit hours accredited by scientific and academic entities participating in the initiative
FICCI and Apollo Hospitals Group have joined as the Indian partners for the UAE’s Waterfalls Initiative for Continuous Education from UAE to the World. This unique initiative aims to train 1 million health and medical professionals around the world and empower them through building and strengthening their capabilities.
The Apollo Hospitals Group will support the Waterfall Initiative’s educational programme that includes specialised lectures, seminars and workshops on vital topics in medicine, pharmacy, nutrition, public health, nursing, dentistry, and hospital management. 52 senior doctors from various reputed hospitals in India are joining the Waterfalls Initiative.
As per a release, the Waterfalls Initiative for Continuous Education from UAE to the World is a global project by the Government of UAE’s Ministry of Possibilities and INDEX Holding and in cooperation with Aqdar World Summit to support front-liners across all medical and humanitarian fields through live and on-demand instruction. The details of the initiative, information on webinars and speakers are available on https://waterfalls.ae/.
The initiative will be supported by Dr Rakesh Jalali, Medical Director – Apollo Proton Cancer Centre (APCC), Professor of Radiation Oncology, Dr Sandeep Guleria, Senior Consultant, Kidney Transplantation, Dr Sai Satish, Senior Consultant Interventional Cardiology, Dr T Sunder, Senior Consultant Heart and Transplant Surgery, Dr Subash Wangnoo, Senior Consultant Endocrinology, and Dr Arvind Garg, Head, Department of Paediatrics from Apollo Hospitals Group.
“The project is the largest of its kind and will offer a virtual medical training across 14 medical sectors. Within the Waterfall platform, those affiliated with the initiative will obtain a training certificate and approved hours from the international scientific and academic bodies participating in the initiative, and they can benefit from it in the scope of their work or in their research, or in completing their scientific studies through continuous distance education without having to leave their jobs or leaving their workplace or bearing any financial burdens, through the initiative link.” H.E. Dr. Ahmed Al Banna, UAE Ambassador to India
Those registered with Waterfalls Registration will receive a training certificate and credit hours accredited by the scientific and academic entities participating in the initiative. The Waterfalls Initiative for Continuous Education from UAE to the World will have over 230 speakers and over 77000 participants.