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News & Views

Indo Mediterranean cruise trip- A week of Bliss by Dr. Aditya Pradhan



A week of bliss- The NZUSI Mediterranean Cruise

After the resounding success of Mauritius, Anil Ehlence decided to ‘enhance’ the experience further by getting the NZUSI on a cruiseliner. After the initial ‘yahs” and ‘ naas ‘of folks resulted in about 50 folks signing up by Aug , the excitement built up so that some last minute entrants like N P Gupta also hopped on . We finally landed at Venice with a gang of 60 rearing to board the ship – Costa Deliziosa. This massive cruiseliner with 2000 passengers and 1000 crew was a sight to behold .

The promise of unlimited booze was just too much to resist , and kicked off no sooner than getting on board. By the time the first beer was done and plans for the first evening chalked out the ship was already on the high seas, so silent and majestic in her size and comfort. Exploring 11 decks and umpteen restraunts and bars over the fore and aft of the ship got us all rearing to start with the gluttony right off.. The news that we had a Michelin 5 star chef on board prompted us to reach out for exotic meats and fish displayed on the massive buffet spreads. Later in the evening a dance troupe had us spell bound – At a massive theatre of 500 capacity complete with box seats and a balcony- right at midship.
The first noon saw us touch the small port of Bari in south Italy. On a beautiful sunny afternoon we strolled Old Town Bari and watched woment making fresh pastas an breads. The splendid limestone houses of Trulli of Alberobello made a perfect spot for a photoshoot of the UNESCO heritage village.
Beyong Bari , the Deli Ziosa sailed across the Adriatic sea to Greece. Our first port of call in Greece was the western port of Corfu. This beautiful town with its historic white buildings and lovely parks makes it one of the preferred destinations for Hollywood and Bollywood shoots . A stroll in the old market got many folk buying the famous Greek olive oil, Balsamic Vinegar and Green Tea.
Having rounded the Greek peninsula , we next touched port at the volcanic islands of Santorini. Having a shallow port meant the ship anchored off shore and a fleet of small boats ferried us to the town. The all white houses of Oia and Thira with the blue waters of the Aegean Sea makes Santorini the dream holiday destination of Greece- at a price – hotels at about 350- 400 euros a night for that once in a lifetime experience.
Our last stop in Greece was the small Island of Mykonos. Most of us choose to spend the day at the beautiful beech there called Paradise Beach. Meant to be the heaven for gays and nudists- Mykonos is a party town with umpteen restraunts and bars catering to the queers of the world.
Then was a whole day at sea sailing northwords towards Croatia. The time was well spent with the Para Urology Conclave being hosted by NZUSI . We had various presentations teaching us how to earn more money, invest better and retire comfortably The last port of call was the idyllic city of Dubrovnik . This port city of Southern Croatia was devastated in the Civil Wars of the 90s. What is seen today is the amazing resurgence of the town into a popular tourist resort. The old city , the fort and Cathedral and cobbled streets are a delight to walk around.
The 6 days ended on a high – back at Venice. Having said our goodbyes- some continuning on an Italian vacation and the rest of us flying home. – all asking Anil Ehlence- ‘Yeh Dil Mange More’





Report on second mid term CUE in Ranthambore


The second midterm CUE ,UROLEGACON , was held at Ranthambore on 25-26th May with the theme of Medicolegal aspects in urology.It was organised by Kota Urology society with Dr.Ashok Sharma and Dr. Nilesh Jain as the organising chairman and secretary respectively. It was attended by 100 plus delegates.The topics included Informed consent, Medical negligence, Accreditation of hospitals, Vicarious liability, death on table, violence against doctors and how to reply a legal notice for negligence. Add. Superintendent police Mr Umesh Ojha gave an enlightening talk on IPC section 304A. Dr. Swapan Sood ,Advocate Mr. Shantanu Sharma and others enacted a virtual court drama on three cases of medical negligence. The inaugural function had Dr. Ajay Kumar as the chief guest.This was followed by an entertaining cultural programme compered by Dr. Rajesh Jain.

On the second day topics included PCPNDT act, Advertising,record keeping and sexual misconduct. The highlight of the day was a wonderfully organised skit on Communication skills directed by Dr. Nilesh , scripted by Dr. Neelprabha and enacted by members of Kota urology society.

The organizers arranged for Tiger Safari on both the days and many delegates had a life time experience of close encounter with tigers in the jungles of Ranthambore.



1st Mid Term NZUSI 2019


First mid term CUE of NZUSI in Dehradun
Our 1st Midterm CUE with the theme “Laparoscopic Urology, How I Do It” was held on 6th -7th April 2019 at Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Jollygrant Dehradun organized by Dehradun Urological Society under the banner of North Zone Chapter of Urological Society of India.

It was one and half day program of Laparoscopic Urology video workshop covering Basics to Advanced Laparoscopic Urological procedures. More than 100 delegates with faculties across the country participated actively.

After the whole day academic feast on the first day in evening there was inauguration ceremony, which was inaugurated by Honourable Pro-Vice Chancellor of Himalayan University. Stage was shared by President NZUSI Dr Anil Elhence, Past President NZUSI Dr S P Yadav, President Elect NZUSI Dr Amlesh Seth, Secretary NZUSI Dr Shivam Priyadarshi, Organizing Chairman Dr Sanjay Kr Goyal and Organising Secretary Dr Manoj Biswas.

On the second day early morning Yoga session with “Ganga snan” was held at Parmarth Niketan Rishikesh.This was followed by academic feast for 3 hours at Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences which concluded with the valedictory.



NZUSICON 2018 Report





3rd mid term CUE on Men’s health & Aging





Indo Mauratian Urology conclave




Report on midterm cue aiims jodhpur july 2018




Midterm CUE on PCNL and Organ donation workshop




First mid term CUE under NZUSI was held in Sir Gangaram hospital , N.Delhi on 5th May,2018. It was an operative video workshop on PCNL with 26 different surgeons highlighting their technique of PCNL and more than 125 delegates attending the meeting. Dr. Anil Goswami from Augusta,Maine,USA highlighted the current trends of PCNL in US and Europe. Didactic lectures covering the history to complications of PCNL were delivered by the faculty members. Dr.R. Sabnis ( Hony secretary, USI) presented some interesting case scenarios.The organising committee included Dr. S.Khanna, Dr. S.Chadha, Dr. Ajay Sharma and D. AmrendraPathak( Secretary).There was seven hours DMC accreditation for the workshop.



6th ALLIANCE OF UROLITHIASIS ANNUAL CONFERENCE


IAU Report


NZUSICON 2017



Report of NZUSICON 2017

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