MENTAL HEALTH NURSING, PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH CARE SUMMIT
We would also have award and ceremony sessions, where we would felicitate and give away awards to the nominated individual as per the criterions, not only this, but we would also provide CME and CPD credits to the attendees for our summit.
Winding up altogether, you will be sure to have a wonderful experience at our impeccable 2 days event.
We look forward towards your presence; feel free to contact us for any queries.
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