Hey guys guess what? Today was our Telemedicon presentation which overall went really well. Although Uma and I were nervous at beginning as this was a grown-up scientific community we were addressing. We were able to manage ourselves very well, and were able to present eSymptoms smoothly. Although I did stammer a bit while presenting, as I got a bit nervous, I was able to get myself back on track, and just be more confident.
Uma presented confidently, and she barely had any slip-ups. Her passion to take eSymptoms further really showed off. At the end of the presentation, the audience and judges asked a few questions, such as how we plan to take it further, and how we plan to improve on our MEDCards. They also gave us a few suggestions, and congratulated us on being not only the youngest people to join Telemedicon, but also one of the most innovative and original paper submitted.
Here are few pictures from the conference:
Professor Dr. Meenu Singh of PGIMER (Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research) came up to us to congratulate and also offered us an internship at the institute. We are so thankful for her encouragement.
Mainly, a big thank you to Dr. Ratta, who invited us to present at Telemedicon 2017, and continuously encouraging us and has provided medical expertise to eSymptoms information. We couldn’t have done this without his support and guidance.