The Health Forum discussion is to promote debate on key health issues, health research and health care developmental efforts in Nepal. UK and Nepalese experts will be invited to deliver speech on issues related to the development of Nepal’s health sector.
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The first Health discussion forum was held on the October 31, 2014. The speakers were Prof. Dr Upendra Devkota, Prof. Dr Madhu Dixit Devkota and Prof. Dr Buddha Basnyat.
The second Health discussion forum was held on December 02, 2014 by a prominent geriatrician Prof. Dr. Prasanna Chandra Gautam from the United Kingdom on "Holistic Health Care for the Elderly Citizens of Nepal" at National Health Training Centre, Teku.
The third health discussion forum was held on January 09, 2015 at National Health Training Centre, Teku. The speakers were Dr. Poonam Thapa and Prof. Kiran Bajracharya.
The fourth discussion forum was held on January 26, 2015 at Nursing Association of Nepal (NAN), Lazimpat. The speakers were Dr. Kapil Dev Upadhyaya and Dr. Mita Rana. The speakers discussed on Mental Health Issues, gaps and psychological myths and realities of Nepal.
The fifth discussion forum was held on 06 February 2015 at national Health Training Center (NHTC), Teku. The speakers were Prof. Dr. Hemang Dixit and Dr. Gillian Holdsworth.
The Sixth discussion forum was held on 03 July 2015 at National Health Training Center (NHTC), Teku. The speakers were Dr. Bhagawan Koirala, Mr. Ranjit Acharya, Dr. Jagdish Lal Baidya and Dr. Guna Raj Lohani.
The Seventh Health Link Discussion Forum was held on January 02, 2017 at Hotel Shanri-La, Lazimpat, Kathmandu.
The speakers were Mr. Umesh Prasad Dhakal, Dr. Amod Mani Dixit and Mr. Bhogendra Raj Dotel
The Eighth Health Link Discussion Forum was held on December 1, 2017 at Park Village Resort.
The speakers were Dr. Dirgh Singh Bam, Former Acting Secretary for Health and Population and Professor Andy Ramsay, Division of Infection and Global Health, Universoty of St. Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom.