The 13th FMIC (French Medical Institute for Mothers and Children) Annual International Science Conference & 13th Quality Convention was held in Kabul.
The head of the hospital said that in the meeting, 100 research cases were presented in the presence of domestic and foreign doctors in order to share information and achievements.
The Ministry of Public Health said that it is beneficial to conduct research to provide standard health services in the country and it pledged that efforts are being made to create areas for the dissemination and publication of research.
The 13th FMIC Annual International Science Conference was held at the French Hospital (French Medical Institute for Mothers and Children).
“Participants who are from Badakhshan, Bamyan, Kandahar and all of the other sides are connected who are participating in our conference. The purpose is to see how we can together learn and share knowledge in Afghanistan. We are using a lot of scientific data from other parts of the world. When it come to clinical care, we are dependant on one another so the purpose of FMIC is to see how we can provide opportunities to our clinicians, doctors, nurses, technologists to participate ... so they can work together, and we are fortunate that we are publishing every month at least one or two papers in international journals as well,” said Aziz Ahmad Jan, head of FMIC.
“About 100 studies have been shared with us,” said Abdultawab Baryalai, head of diagnostics and quality services of FMIC.
A number of doctors whose research was shared said that the dissemination and publication of this research in the health sector will be beneficial, especially for the citizens of the country and the progress of the health sector.
"It is possible that other doctors in the provinces, based on the findings and based on the method that was introduced, can use this method and treat patients in Afghanistan,” said Said Murtaza Ofyayi, a doctor and researcher.
The Ministry of Public Health said it is beneficial to carry out research in order to provide standard health services in the country and emphasized that this ministry is trying to provide the means for dissemination and publication of the research through the ministry.
“It will take time to create a foundation for the journal in the country and for international journals, and we will try to make research common in the future,” said Sharafat Zaman Amarkhil, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Public Health.
Earlier, the officials of the hospital emphasized that they have considered solutions for the promotion of Afghanistan's health sector, so that in the future they can provide fields of specialized training for nurses and midwives.