Fourth day of Golden Jubilee Myanmar Health Research Congress held

The Golden Jubilee Myanmar Health Research Congress holds its third day in Yangon.

The fourth-day session of the 50th Myanmar Health Research Congress was held in Yangon yesterday.
In the morning session, the officials held a seminar under the topic of “Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (IPCP): Promise for Quality Health Workforce and Quality Healthcare”. The event was chaired by Director-General Prof Dr Tin Tun of the Department of Health Human Resources and Rector (retired) of the University of Nursing (Yangon) Prof Dr Myat Thanda.
Afterwards, Rector of the University of Medicine (2) Prof Dr Aye Aye Khin presented how health professionals integrate current co-curricular activities into current medical and clinical training under the topic “Navigating the Integration of IPE into Medical and Allied Health Training Programmes: How far have we reached”.
Pro-Rector of the University of Nursing (Mandalay), Prof Dr Nyi Nyi Htay (teaching), spoke on “Implementation off IPCP: Possibilities and Challenges”. Director of the Department of Health Human Resources (Head Office) Dr Kyaw Soe Nyunt presented the cooperation activities between the Ministry and the departments, cooperation with INGOs in implementing the IPE and IPCP sector, and plans for the future to achieve their goals under the topic “Way forward: Team Collaboration and Organizational Support”. Professors and medical experts who attended the event asked questions and participated in the discussion.
In the evening session, a total of 20 papers regarding basic research, applied research, social and health system research were presented through videoconferencing and the resource persons replied to the questions of online participants in the chatbox of the videoconference system.
The research posters are displayed with E-poster form at, and those who want to join the congress can make registration free. The congress will be held until 25 February. — MNA

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