The Union Government in its 2018-19 annual budget has announced perhaps the world’s largest Health Protection Scheme providing a health insurance cover of Rs 5 lakh per family per year.
In its pursuit to complement Government of India’s initiative on Healthcare Ajeenkya DY Patil University, Pune is organising an International Program on the multidisciplinary theme “Healthcare and Wellbeing”. The program is being organised during July 26, 27 and 28, 2018. The program will bring together educators, thought leaders, providers, and innovators to explore, discuss, and be inspired by the growing field of integrated care.
There is a changing landscape in health care delivery systems characterised by a number of transformational changes—a shift away from a supply-driven system to demand-driven networks, away from physician-driven care to patient-centered care, from volume of services to value and patient outcomes achieved, and from fragmented healthcare systems to more integrated health care delivery.
Transformation is only possible with clear vision, audacious goals, innovation, and implementation of new policy and practice. The program will focus on innovative approaches and interdisciplinary solutions that foster health, wellbeing and stability. The deliberations at the program will seek to address the important question of how we can improve health outcomes and refocus on how we support those in the greatest need.
As an outcome of the program we hope to contribute to the development of a plan of action to revolutionize the delivery of healthcare in our country today and tomorrow.
The wellbeing strategy aims to represents a commitment to an integrated approach to citizens and the Government that creates:
Research papers selected by panel of experts will be published in the ISSN journal.
All full paper submissions must have a title page, sub-theme of the paper, the name(s) of the author(s), affiliation(s), complete address of all authors including phone and e-mail address.
The title of the paper must be written in bold capital letters using 14pt Times New Roman font. Although all sub-headings should also be in capital letters using plain 12 pt Times New Roman font. All authors will receive an acknowledgment of the full papers submission, and registration payment by e-mail, after the receipt of the same.
The abstracts and full papers should be emailed to
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|Length of full paper||3000 words|
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Please visit www.adypu.edu.in to get complete information on the IFDP. Submit the accompanying registration form along with payment by post or through email.
Registration fee may be paid either through demand draft or online / NEFT payment. In case of online transfer the transaction id should be emailed to the official email id:email@example.com
|Category of Delegates||Registration Fee|
|Foreign Participants||$ 50 USD|
|Industry Professionals||Rs. 2,000/-|
|Academicians & Research Scholars||Rs. 1,500/-|
For bank account details kindly refer to the registration form.
Dr Ajeenkya D Y Patil
Hrridaysh Deshpande, Member Governing Body, ADYPU.
R V Paul, Registrar, ADYPU.
Ganesh Pokale, Controller of Examinations, ADYPU.
Thomas V Aghamkar, Media Manager, ADYPU.
Dr KKSR Murthy, School of Law, ADYPU.
Dr Rakesh Afre, School of Engineering, ADYPU.
Dr Makarand Joshi, School of Management, ADYPU.
Dr Manju Rughwani, HOD, School of Film & Media, ADYPU.
Dr Pramod Khadilkar, DYPDC, School of Design, ADYPU.
Dr Maninder Gill, General Education and Humanities, ADYPU.
Kushal Jadhav, DYPDC, School of Design, ADYPU.
Debirupa Hore, School of Engineering, ADYPU.
Dushyant Somvanshi, School of Film and Media, ADYPU.
Hobby Menon, Head Placements, ADYPU.
Jay Ramchandran, Placements, ADYPU.
Monika Sharma, Mobile: 85548 11597
Ajeenkya DY Patil University (ADYPU) has been established under Govt. Act III of 2015 of Government of Maharashtra and is recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC). The university has 8 schools, which run 43 programs at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. ADYPUs programs balance global viewpoints with local reality, emerging technology with traditional wisdom, and existing knowledge with revolutionary thinking. To develop new solutions that elevate the quality of life for every Indian by utilizing the new knowledge created, ADYPUs internationalisation initiative is geared towards incorporating varying intellectual, ethnic, and cultural elements to the campus environment, encouraging different voices, thoughts, ideas, and opinions.
In its pursuit of continuing excellence ADYPU is conducting an International level Faculty Development Programme on the multidisciplinary theme “Health-care and wellbeing” from 26th, 27th and 28th July, 2018. Speakers of National and International repute share their research experiences with the participants.