The baseline of this workshop was how to incorporate technology in the medical field so as to make India's medical infrastructure more efficient. We were taught the use of microcontrollers, 3D printers, hexapods, humanoids, virtual reality in the scope of medicine so that we Doctors never have to say, " Sorry, there is no cure to this disease."
This workshop also taught us that how the simplest of innovation can bring about such major changes in our diagnosis. In India where the doctor-patient ratio is not aligned with WHO standards, this amalgamation of Technology and Medicine will only prove as a boon to our healthcare sector.
I made an excellent choice to participate in this program. This workshop broadened my perspective towards the betterment of healthcare in India.
Krishna Sir also taught us about Entrepreneurship and that age, sex, economic status are mere words in your path of becoming a successful entrepreneur.
It is very important to adapt with change in a world where 'CHANGE IS THE ONLY CONSTANT.' Every doctor should be well-equipped with knowledge about medical technology and come up with even the tiniest of innovation which changes the game in medicine.