NFDSS Team Visits RMI: Strengthening Fungal Disease Surveillance and Prevention
A team from the National Fungal Disease Surveillance System (NFDSS) of the Centre for Environmental & Occupational Health, NIH Islamabad, paid a three-day visit to Rehman Medical Institute (RMI). The team was led by the distinguished Dr. Amjad Khan, marking a significant milestone in strengthening our efforts to combat fungal diseases. During their visit, the NFDSS team engaged in a series of productive meetings and discussions with RMI's Executive Management, Laboratory, and Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Committee.
These sessions provided an exceptional opportunity for knowledge exchange and collaboration, enabling us to gain valuable insights from the expertise of Dr. Khan and his team. One of the highlights of the visit was the hands-on training sessions conducted by the NFDSS team, focusing on Candida auris and Antifungal Susceptibility testing. These sessions not only enhanced our understanding of these critical areas but also empowered our staff with advanced techniques and methodologies. We extend our deepest gratitude to Dr. Amjad Khan and the entire NFDSS team for their dedication and commitment to advancing the field of fungal disease surveillance.
Their visit not only provided us with cutting-edge knowledge but also served as an inspiration for future collaborations and research endeavors. At RMI, we take great pride in our continuous pursuit of excellence in patient care and medical advancements. This visit from the NFDSS team further solidified our position at the forefront of combating fungal diseases and improving public health. We eagerly anticipate the opportunity to continue collaborating with the NFDSS in the future and forge new paths in the fight against fungal diseases, working towards a healthier and safer future for all.