Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Conducts Amrita Samyogam- An Integration of Ayurveda and Allopathy

"Amrita Samyogam 2017" witnessed the integration of Ayurveda and modern medicine, organised by the School of Ayurveda, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, in association with Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences. More than 60 experts in integrative medicine from six countries attended the meet. Dr. Rajesh Kotecha, Special Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH was the chief guest of the event. The participants will identify strategies for integrating Ayurveda with Allopathy in the management of diseases like cancer, diabetes and arthritis.

Amrita Samyogam 2017 Integrates Ayurveda with Allopathy

"Amrita Samyogam 2017" witnessed the integration of Ayurveda and modern medicine, organised by the School of Ayurveda, Amrita University, in association with Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences. More than 60 experts in integrative medicine from six countries attended the meet. Dr. Rajesh Kotecha, Special Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH was the chief guest of the event. The participants will identify strategies for integrating Ayurveda with Allopathy in the management of diseases like cancer, diabetes and arthritis.

Amrita Samyogam Ensures National Policy to Integrate Ayurveda with Allopathy

The experts who had assembled at India’s biggest conference on integrative Ayurveda and modern medicine at Kochi’s Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences said that The Government needs to formulate a national policy on the integration of Ayurveda with allopathy so that India can take its rightful place as the global leader in integrative medicine. The two-day event called Amrita Samyogam, in which more than 60 experts and 1,000 delegates from around the world participated, was held in collaboration with Amrita University’s School of Ayurveda. It was inaugurated by Dr. Rajesh Kotecha, Special Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH.

Amrita Samyogam Ensures National Policy to Integrate Ayurveda with Allopathy

The experts who had assembled at India’s biggest conference on integrative Ayurveda and modern medicine at Kochi’s Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences said that The Government needs to formulate a national policy on the integration of Ayurveda with allopathy so that India can take its rightful place as the global leader in integrative medicine. The two-day event called Amrita Samyogam, in which more than 60 experts and 1,000 delegates from around the world participated, was held in collaboration with Amrita University’s School of Ayurveda. It was inaugurated by Dr. Rajesh Kotecha, Special Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH.

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham to Receive Support from Central Government to Build Integrative Medicine

The Amrita Samyogam 2017, the International Conference on Integrative Ayurveda and Modern Medicine, scheduled on August 6th and 7th, brought together allopathic doctors ayurveda practitioners and modern scientists on a common platform to identify strategies for integrating ayurveda with allopathy in the management of cancer, auto-immune diseases like arthritis and diabetes, neuro-degenerative diseases and mental health. The event has urged has urged the Central Government to form a national policy on the integration of ayurveda and allopathy.