Global Scientists Forum is a functional multi-specialty scientific body in science and medicine constituted by eminent scientists, doctors, scholars, academicians and researchers of international repute and having outstanding achievements. This global unity will provide a unique forum for interaction, mutual assistance and collaboration for implementing research projects and developmental activities with a view to foster cooperation among the scientists in the world. Thus an easy transfer of knowledge and resources is possible, which can be used for the benefit of the scientists themselves and for the humanity as a whole irrespective of existing inequalities in wealth as well as knowledge and by crossing geographical boundaries.
IRPC identified the need to develop a network of eminent doctors, scientists, researchers and scholars internationally. A researcher or an institution may be lacking one important facility or research material, which may be abundance in another institution or with another researcher. The researchers can upload their curriculum vitae, areas of research interest, research requirements, research activities intended to pursue in future, details of the facilities available in their parent institutions etc. under the global scientist’s forum and register their names.
IRPC welcomes the members of the global scientist’s forum to communicate with each other and to discuss the research programs and requirements. Priority is given to the following areas:
- Collaborative research projects.
- Technology-transfer programs.
- Continuing education programs.
- Inviting experts for delivering speeches in conferences, workshops etc…
- Visiting academic and research institutions.
- Seeking funding assistance for research purpose.
- Arranging research placements and observer-ship programs.
- Organizing sabbatical occasions usefully.
- Medical consultation and video conferencing by the members.
- Organizing social gatherings and get-togethers.
- Combining research and recreation for better living.
IRPC greatly appreciates the members to encourage their colleagues and friends to become part of this network and expand the global scientists forum for the benefit of the humanity.
Dr. Carina Berterö
Associate Professor, Department of Medi cine and Care, Division of Nursing Science Faculty of Health Sciences
IRPC and its major objective of supporting re search in science and medicine in the develop ing and under developing countries of the world has a significant importance when shar ing knowledge and activities to understand each other’s concern in terms of cancer diseas es and palliative care. IRPC could function as a key resource worldwide for health care profes sionals facing a challenging future. Honouring scientists internationally for their outstanding achievements could channelize their research interest and knowledge suitable for application on existing problems in the developing and under developing countries.
Linköping University, SE- 581 85 Linköping Sweden, Tel: + 46 13 227768 , Fax: + 46 13 123285, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Neville F. Hacker MD
Gynaecological Cancer Centre, Royal Hospi tal for Women, Barker Street, Randwick NSW 2031, Australia.
The remarkable effort of IRPC is directed to-
wards making possible the research in the de-
veloping countries. Such great objective is being actively carried out attracting people who work
in the field of science and research to invest in a
matter otherwise not considered. In such a way IRPC offers to those countries the means to fa-
cilitate themselves in their growth. I would like to offer my personal contribution to such a great project. I believe that IRPC will meet the target, because they are working with a global
effort. My very best congratulation.
Dr. Linda Haramati MD
Department of Radiology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center, USA.
Through their noble activities, The IRPC, made up of prominent medical scientists, has validated the importance of nursing research, and its benefits to quality patient care. Nurses are in a unique position to undertake important clinical research in the developing and underdeveloped countries. They are with the patients the majority of the time in the acute care settings. They can identify areas where research is applicable, and they can contribute significantly to evidence based practice. Hopefully, health care administrators and other health professionals will begin to recognize the potential of nursing research and begin to nurture and support nurses who undertake research activities.
Dr. Manuel SaltoTellez LMS MRCPath
Department of Pathology, National Universi ty of Singapore and Molecular Diagnosis Centre, and Department of Laboratory Medi cine, National University Hospital, Singapore
IRPC is a global organization linking scientists internationally, with the immediate purpose of fostering research in developing and under-de veloped countries. At heart, every scientist in the world should have these aims as part of their Weltanschauung. During the years, the IRPC has established the Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer as an important tool to accomplish these goals, a major achievement of its kind. Personally, I believe that tissue and DNA banks in developing countries, which are relatively in expensive to run, would be of great interest to other scientists world-wide, as well as to the molecular diagnostic and the pharmaceutical industries, and these could be a pertinent “entry door” for developing countries to re search endeavours. In that sense, I feel that or ganizations such as the International Research Promotion Council (IRPC), involved in the provi sion of “…research and scientific incentives for the betterment of socio-economic enhance ment of the civilization, mainly of, developing and under developed Afro- Asia- Pacific coun tries”, could play a very active role in establish ing translational research operations in the de veloping world.
Dr. Margaret Fitch RN, PhD
Toronto-Sunny brook Regional Cancer Centre, Toronto, Canada
I understand that IRPC is a global organization linking scientists internationally. In order to make good decisions about patient care or health care delivery, sound information is nec essary. Research has an important role in help ing us know how best to improve health care by generating sound information. Without relevant research we are at risk of making inappropriate decisions about interventions, program devel opment, and program implementation.
Prof. Jesus Prieto
Professor of Medicine, Department of Medi cine, Division of Hepatology and Gene Thera py, Clinica Universitaria and Medical School, University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain.
I congratulate IRPC for their efforts, aims and objectives, which are very important to conduct scientific research to the real needs of develop ing countries, which I believe is an essential duty of human solidarity. I am proud of being part of this organization