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Prof Emeritus delivers lecture on compassion.

PESHAWAR -- Professor Emeritus of Thoracic Cardiovascular Dr Syed Amjad Hussain enlightened the post graduate students of Khyber Medical College (KMCO and trainees of Khyber Teaching Hospital (KTH) about how to compassionate patients.

He explained that compassion was a deep awareness of the suffering of another accompanied by the wish to relieve it and it motivates people to go out of their way to help the physical, spiritual or emotional hurts and pains of others.

Dr. Hussain is professor emeritus of thoracic cardiovascular surgery at The University of Toledo College of Medicine USA where he has been a volunteer faculty member for 33 years.

He is also an op-ed columnist for The Toledo Blade and a number of other publications.

Dr S Amjad Hussain was appointed to the University Of Toledo Board Of Trustees in 2007. He stressed upon how the student of medical should follow the compassionate people like Martin Luther King, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Mohan Das Gandhi, Bacha Khan, Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa and Abdul Sattar Eidi.

Chief Executive PGMI LRH Prof Dr Mehmood Aurangzeb welcomed the participants and thanked Dr Syed Amjad Hussain for sharing his knowledge. Prof Dr Mehmood Aurangzeb is the pioneer of laparoscopy surgery in KP.

Chairman Surgery Department Prof Dr Mushtaq Ahmad, Chief Executive PGMI LRH Prof Dr Mehmood Aurangzeb and faculty of surgery department also attended the lecture.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Jan 17, 2019
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