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Inauguration of an international workshop and research collaboration centered around Digitally Inclusive Healthy Ageing Communities


The Indo-Japanese Conclave marked a significant milestone with the inauguration of an international workshop and research collaboration centered around Digitally Inclusive Healthy Ageing Communities (DIHAC).

Dr. N.C Wadhwa and Prof. (Dr.) GL Khanna emphasized the critical need to prioritize the health of the aging population in India, given the rapidly increasing demographic. Dr. Myo Nyein Aung, the principal investigator of DIHAC from Juntendo University, Tokyo, shed light on the cross-cultural study's outcomes, highlighting the contextual influences of digital inclusion on healthy aging in Japan, ROK, Singapore, and Thailand.


 

The collaboration, symbolized by a certificate awarded to Ms. Vandana Garg, aimed to understand India's older population, communities, and policies. An international workshop on "Epidemiological Study Design and Grant Writing" enriched the conclave, fostering active participation and engagement from faculty members, PhD scholars, and students.



This conclave serves as a pivotal platform for fostering digitally inclusive and healthy aging communities, transcending geographical boundaries.


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