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Drs Singhal, and Kole bag top seats at international organisations

BAPIO Training Academy executive committee board members Prof Dr Parag Singhal and Prof Dr. Tamorish Kole bag top seats at international organisations, reports Rahul Laud

Herbalife, a health and wellness company and community, announced recently the appointment of Dr. Prof Parag Singhal, Chief Executive at the BAPIO Training Academy, a consultant physician, and endocrinologist to its global Nutrition Advisory Board, representing India.

Singhal is a consultant physician and endocrinologist currently practicing in the United Kingdom at the Nuffield Health Taunton Hospital Waterside Suite and The Chesterfield Clinic, Nuffield Health Bristol Hospital. As a Herbalife Nutrition Advisory Board Member, he will support the company’s nutrition advisory, training, and education of associates, and provide advanced diet and nutrition insights to Herbalife’s sponsored athletes and teams.

Singhal said, “I am honored to join Herbalife as part of the Nutrition Advisory Board. With my metabolic medicine expertise and strong ties to the Indian healthcare community over the years, I am excited to contribute to Herbalife’s mission of promoting health and wellness through high-quality nutrition. I am looking forward to developing innovative nutritional solutions that cater to the unique needs of the Indian population, ensuring that we positively impact the health and well-being of our community.”

Ajay Khanna, Managing Director of Herbalife India said, “We are excited to welcome Dr. Parag Singhal to our Nutrition Advisory Board. As India emerges as a leading global market, our dedication to transforming lives through better health and wellness grows stronger. With Dr. Parag Singhal’s expertise, we are confident that Herbalife will continue to set new benchmarks in nutritional excellence.”

Prof (Dr) Tamorish Kole

Meanwhile in another development, Dr Tamorish Kole, Executive Committee Member at BAPIO Training Academy who serves as a Visiting Professor at the University of South Wales in the UK,  and currently working as a Chief Functionary and Board Member of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of India, a subsidiary of American Heart Association (AHA) has assumed the role of Chair of the Clinical Practice Committee (CPC) of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine (IFEM), during the ICEM 2024 conference in Taipei.

The CPC comprises 13 Special Interest Groups, each dedicated to their respective areas of expertise. Tamorish and his committee are devoted to enhancing the educational resources available to all healthcare professionals aspiring to advance their emergency care practices.

Prof Kole is the past President of the Asian Society for Emergency Medicine & immediate past Chair of the Disaster Medicine Special Interest Group of the International Federation for Emergency Medicine. Dr. Kole is also an alumnus of The International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP is the U.S. Department of State’s premier professional exchange program) for the year 2013 in Crisis and Disaster Management.

With the motto of inspiring excellence and innovating futures and a vision of training healthcare professionals to become clinicians and leaders to help deliver equitable and cost-effective care for the global sustainability of healthcare systems the BAPIO Training Academy (BTA) is keen on working with fellow international professionals to inspire them to be a leader and efficient clinicians. BTA aims to facilitate a two-way flow of knowledge and expertise between overseas colleagues and the UK talent pool. The vast talent pool of BTA trainers is naturally sensitive to the developmental needs of doctors from the Indian subcontinent.

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