PSSLD

17th Annual Meeting – 2023

17th Annual Conference PSSLD, Islamabad

The theme of PSSLD 2023 Conference was “Upcoming Challenges in Hepatology”

Day 01

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Day 02

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Day 03

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World Hepatitis Day 2023

World Hepatitis Day 2023

World Hepatitis Day Seminar Karachi

We are elated to announce that the dedicated team at PSSLD (Pakistan Society for the Study of Liver Diseases) had the distinct honor of hosting an extraordinarily successful seminar on the occasion of World Hepatitis Day 2023. This remarkable event took place at the prestigious Pearl Continental (PC) in the vibrant city of Karachi. The central theme of this gathering revolved around the pressing and urgent topic: ‘WE CAN’T WAIT FOR A WORLD WITHOUT HEPATITIS.’

The PSSLD team extends heartfelt gratitude to all participants, speakers, sponsors, and supporters who made this seminar a triumph. The seminar brought together a diverse and passionate group of individuals, including medical experts, public health advocates, and concerned citizens, all united by a common goal – to make a resounding impact in the fight against hepatitis.

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World Hepatitis Day Rawalpindi

PSSLD is absolutely delighted to have orchestrated a highly successful Free Medical Camp at the prestigious Press Club Rawalpindi, in honor of World Hepatitis Day. This momentous occasion was graced by the esteemed presence of Masood Siddiq, Amjad Salamat, and Dr. Junaid Saleem, uniting us in our collective endeavor to combat the scourges of Hepatitis B and C.

The event featured engaging and informative Question & Answer sessions with journalists, which extended for a substantial 45 minutes. These discussions illuminated the paramount significance of early detection and prevention in the fight against hepatitis. Furthermore, our cause was greatly amplified as television and newspaper journalists conducted individual interviews, effectively spreading our mission of awareness to broader audiences near and far.

World Hepatitis Day Faisalabad

Promoting knowledge and nurturing intellectual growth regarding Hepatitis was at the heart of a triumphant awareness seminar organized by PSSLD in the vibrant city of Faisalabad. In a commendable collaborative effort, the PSSLD team and UMDC Faisalabad came together, uniting their strengths to present two days of free hepatitis screening camps to our community.

 

The first camp was specially dedicated to our promising future leaders, the students, while the second camp catered to our cherished community members. In unison, these efforts are propelling us towards a future where Hepatitis no longer casts its shadow, bringing us closer to a world free from its grasp.

World Hepatitis Day Mardan

We are absolutely delighted to announce the resounding success of our Free Hepatitis Medical Camps in Mardan. Our collective efforts are making a strong statement against Hepatitis while advocating for improved health for everyone

16th Annual Meeting

World Hepatitis Day in Faisalabad

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Single topic Conference 2019

Single topic Conference 2019

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10th Annual Meeting

10th Annual Meeting

11th Annual Meeting

11th Annual Meeting

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World Hepatitis Day in Faisalabad

World Hepatitis Day in Faisalabad

World Hepatits Day in Karachi

World Hepatits Day in Karachi

World Hepatits Day in Lahore

World Hepatits Day in Lahore

12th Annual Meeting

12th Annual Meeting

The theme of PSSLD 2018 Conference was “Problem Based Hepatology.”

Pakistan Society for the Study of Liver Diseases (PSSLD) organized its 12th Annual Meeting in Karachi 13th to 16th December 2018. The meeting was endorsed by World Gastroenterology Organization (WGO) and American College of Gastroenterology (ACG). The theme of the meeting was “Problem Based Hepatology”.

This was a very well attended and successful meeting that brought together leading researchers and practitioners who delivered informative and thought-provoking lectures, presented research papers and exchanged their knowledge and views so that information on prevention and care of Liver disease could be disseminated to the wider medical and health care community.

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