CHICAGO – AAPI’s 39th Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly to be held July 2-5, 2021 at the famed Omni Atlanta at the CNN Center and Georgia World Congress Center, Dr. Sudhakar Jonnalagadda, President of the American Association of Native Physicians Indian (AAPI), said in a statement.
Scheduled to have a limited number of attendees due to the ongoing Coivd pandemic and consideration of the safety of attendees, including physicians, academics, researchers, and medical students, “the annual conference proposes to numerous academic presentations, recognition of achievements and accomplishments, and professional networking at alumni and evening social events, ”said Dr. Sajani Shah, Chairman of the Board of Directors of AAPI.
This year’s annual convention is hosted by the Atlanta Chapter of AAPI, chaired by Dr. Sreeni Gangasani.
“The convention team works hard, and over time, to deliver three delightful days of events filled with CME educational credits, world-class entertainment, leadership seminars, networking opportunities, exhibits and more, ”said Dr Gangasani. “This meeting offers a rich educational program showcasing the latest scientific research and advancements in clinical practice. In addition, doctors and health professionals from across the country will come together to develop health policy agendas and encourage legislative priorities for the coming year.
“Doctor, heal yourself”, especially when there are increasing signs of burnout among doctors, AAPI focuses on topics such as how to take care of yourself and find satisfaction and happiness in the difficult situations they find themselves in, while serving hundreds of patients every day with their dedicated and noble profession, said Dr. Anupama Gotimukula, President-elect of AAPI.
Some of the main themes in CME sessions include: the pursuit of happiness in medicine; Prevention of burnout and well-being among physicians; The easy life of a hospitalist: an illusion; and, Meditation and Mindfulness. Other themes of the CME include:; Type 2 diabetes in South Asians – the unresolved questions; and, Cardio-oncology: clinical practice and echocardiography, developed Dr. Ravi Kolli, vice-president of AAPI.
In addition to offering over 8 hours of cutting-edge CME for physicians, the convention will have a CEO’s forum, fabulous entertainment, and a women’s leadership forum, the convention will be addressed by top world leaders including U.S. Senators , presidential candidates, governors, members of Congress, and celebrities from Hollywood and Bollywood, said Dr Amit Chakrbarty, Secretary of the AAPI.
According to Dr. Satheesh Kathula, Treasurer of AAPI, “The AAPI Convention provides an opportunity to meet, interact and network directly with physicians and healthcare industry leaders, who are knowledgeable and engaged in their field and play an essential role in the decision. -process of creating new products and services. “
Representing the interests of more than 100,000 physicians of Indian descent, leaders of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Descent (AAPI), the largest ethnic organization of physicians, for 37 years, the AAPI Convention has provided a venue for medical education programs and seminars with renowned physicians on the cutting edge of medicine.
“Physicians and health professionals from across the country and abroad will come together and participate in the scientific exchange on medical advances, to develop health policy agendas and to encourage legislative priorities over the course of the year. year to come. We look forward to seeing you in Atlanta, ”said Dr. Jonnalagadda.
For more details and sponsorship opportunities, please visit: www.aapiconvention.org and www.aapiusa.org