Inclusion of Anti-Corruption in well being syllabus essential for enhancing well being and wellbeing

Inclusion of Anti-Corruption in well being syllabus essential for enhancing well being and wellbeing
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Inclusion of Anti-Corruption in well being syllabus essential for improvinghealth and wellbeing

Jaipur. Anti-corruption, transparency and accountability approaches to manage corruption for development of Universal Health Coverage. We should proceed an initiative program of constant training on corruption that should transcend universities and healthcare sectors to empower well being protection and healthcare beneficiaries. This was said by Mr. RamuDamodaran (Keynote Address), Head, United Nations Academic Impact, UN Headquarters, New York, at a world dialogue on “Collaborative Academic Action for Good Health and Well-Being,” which was carried out by IIHMR University. The webinar centered on attainable collaborative partnerships and interventions in selling good well being and well-being. Distinguished audio system included Mr. RamuDamodaran (Keynote Address), Dr. P. R. Sodani, President, IIHMR University, Jaipur, India, Prof. Dr. KyriakosKouveliotis, Provost & Chief Academic Office, Berlin School of Business & Innovation, Germany, Dr. GankaDenielNyamsogoro, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Mzumbe University, Tanzania, Mr. MilenkoGudik (UN) PRME, Anti-Poverty Working Group, Co-Chair, Serbia and Dr. Dev Tiwari, Professor & Ex Dean, University of Zululand, South Africa.

Mr. RamuDamodaran (Keynote Address), Head, United Nations Academic Impact, UN Headquarters, New York, appreciated IIHMR University for collection of the subject on Collaborative Academic Action for Good Health and Well-Being which is also crucial goal of UN and stated, “When you have an absence of peace, human rights and development you cannot have well-being. We have transformed ourselves given the time to go from personal attendance to going digital and thanks to technology and management that we can do so much remotely. To look at Health and Well-being, Management does not just allow us to strategize and economize scale and care but also equips us to deal with many unexpected dangers in Public Health.”

Dr. PR Sodani, President stated, “Good health and well-being has been observed as a challenge due to COVID-19. During this phase, it was important that academia must come forward to discuss the health and well-being aspects all around the world. We are delighted by the presence of Mr. RamuDamodaran as the keynote speaker, Head, United Nations Academic Impact, UN Headquarters, New York. IIHMR University has been promoting the Public Health environment in the country. We were delighted to host this international event as it primarily focused on how to collaborate with academic institutions for the sole purpose of health and well-being.”

Dr. KyriakosKouveliotis, Provost & Chief Academic Office, Berlin School of Business & Innovation, Germany spoke on Effective methods of information switch globally and stated, “Education has transformed globally due to technology. The contemporary Healthcare Management Education must be more student-centric, must move from being passive learning to active and collaborative learning.”

Prof VinithaGuptan, Vice Chancellor Saito University College, Malaysia, talking on how Integrating healthcare administration on the undergraduate degree stated, “To make a significant change in healthcare we must make a change in education. For undergraduate students, there must be an implementation of Healthcare education as a co-curriculum. Education can be student-centric only when we focus on their well-being.” 

Mr. MilenkoGudik (UN) PRME, Anti-Poverty Working Group, Co-Chair, Serbia talking on Capacity Building initiatives stated, “We cannot create capacitors over time and must utilise our already existing resources to train them (capacitors) for healthcare management and for achieving SDG’s on well-being. Knowledge is disciplinary and ‘Learning how to learn’ must be a key focus.” 

Dr. Dev Tiwari, Professor & Ex Dean, University of Zululand, South Africa stated, “Knowledge delivery creation and dissemination in the healthcare sector is absolutely important. Health sector does not exist in isolation, it exists with other sectors too. Healthcare workforce must not just focus on the doctors and nurses and patients, they must also understand and comprehend what is happening around the periphery of the healthcare sector.”

Dr Macfallen .college Health methods administration, Mzumbe University Tanzania, stated, “There is a difference between healthcare development in terms of the healthcare development and equipment’s used. Innovation can be used to implement to modify to healthcare landscape and health systems. Exchange programs create a huge impact through knowledge transfer in the healthcare system.”

Dr. Shiv Tripathi, Professor and Dean Training who moderated this occasion stated, “The idea behind the University Global Coalition is to form a global platform of universities and other higher education organizations committed to working together and in partnership with the United Nations, in support of the Sustainable Development Goals both locally and globally through education, research, and service missions. The main aim of the event was to identify alternative ways to knowledge transfer for improving health sector performance across different contexts, particularly in developing and emerging economies of the Global South.” Mr. Ramu identified throughout his dialogue that SDG 3 and SDG 5 collate to kind SDG 4 which is Education. Healthcare and Education when labored collaboratively can mark wonders by way of the change of information and implementation of innovation. 


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