TMSoN has been actively supporting Kathmandu University in the implementation of a telemedicine course in the Master’s program for Health Informatics. Demonstrating our commitment, TMSoN enthusiastically received the inaugural batch of students at its office, co-located with NREN.







In the day long program, Dr. Rajan Parajuli, TMSON’s General Secretary and the Executive Director of NREN, shared his valuable insights during the program, focusing on the intersection of Gender, Technology, and Health. His session emphasized the importance of considering social and human dimensions when providing telemedicine and digital health services. Following his presentation, Mr. Abhimanyu Pandey facilitated a hands-on experience with telemedicine peripheral devices.





Dr. Udaya Koirala, Chairperson of the Telemedicine Society, also facilitated the session, shedding light on the intricate nature of telemedicine service delivery. Dr. Koirala highlighted the interconnected factors essential for the successful implementation of telemedicine services. This collaborative effort between TMSoN, Kathmandu University, and NREN underscores the commitment to shaping a well-rounded and informed generation of professionals in the dynamic field of telemedicine.