With All India Institute of Medical Sciences announcing its National Clinical Grand Rounds to facilitate more meaningful and insightful discussion on common issues related to COVID-19, the apex medical regulator has also written to various medical universities and medical colleges asking them for participation The All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi has been extensively involved in managing patients, developing guidelines, policies and research in COVID-19. It has managed over 4000 patients of all severity of the disease. In an effort to share its experience and initiate discussions on management of common issues related to COVID-19, AIIMS New Delhi in conjunction with Niti Aayog and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India launches National Clinical Grand Rounds (CGR) on COVID-19.
These CGRs will include the presentation of clinical cases by physicians directly involved in their management. Challenges faced in the management will be discussed by a panel of eminent experts from across the country and outside India. Each case discussion will be followed by a short presentation on clinically relevant topics in managing COVID-19. Each CGR will also include a Q&A session where physicians, who log-in to view the session, can ask patient management related questions to the panel of experts.