Dr. Tulakrishna Gupta Awarded 'Best Poster-2023' at the International Research Competition
Jumla, Nepal - In a remarkable achievement for the medical community of Nepal, Dr. Tulakrishna Gupta, the distinguished Department Head of General Practices and Emergency Medicine at Karnali Academy of Health Sciences (KAHS), Jumla, has been honored with the 'Best Poster-2023' award in an international research article competition.
International Recognition for Nepalese Research
The award, named the 'Dr. Patrick Cheese Memorial Research Award', was bestowed by The Baseror Center for Global Family Medicine in Canada. Dr. Gupta's submission was acknowledged as the top choice among a multitude of research articles received from across the globe.
Innovative Research on Skin Diseases in High Altitudes
Dr. Gupta's acclaimed research, titled 'Pattern of Skin Diseases in High Altitude of Nepal and Role of GPS in its Management', offers a comprehensive examination of the nature of skin diseases prevalent among residents in Nepal's higher altitudes. The study also delves into the crucial role played by general practitioners in diagnosing, managing, and treating these conditions, highlighting their significant impact and the positive outcomes of their efforts.
Praise from the International Medical Community
The Baseror Center praised Dr. Gupta's work for its scholarly content, alignment with Besaror values, and the high standards maintained in its presentation. They commended the poster for its exceptional evaluation and scholarly presentation.
An Invitation to the Global Stage
As part of the award, Dr. Gupta has been invited to present at the Family Medicine Forum, scheduled to take place in Vancouver, Canada, from November 6-9, 2024. Following the forum, the scientific committee under the center plans to support Dr. Gupta in the review and editorial process for the publication of his work in a prominent medical journal.
This accolade not only recognizes Dr. Gupta's significant contributions to medical research but also places Nepal on the global map for pioneering studies in healthcare.