Hippocrates the father of clinical Medicine was our guide in our travels towards Bucharest. Its Global Doctors Hippocratic Institute was our next destination. Melbourne is the vibrant center of the Greek community of Australia. The group was accompanied by several prominent doctors and scientists, such as the Dr. Georgios Panoulis, President of the International Institute of Greek Doctors and Dr. Antonios Polydorou, and Dr. George Antonakis. All of us traveled to attend the Hellenic Diaspora World Congress, (HMSA).
We were ecstatic to have been invited to the Hellenic Centre that was scheduled from 10th until the 15th of November , in the stunning setting of Melbourne. The participants included the highly-respected Hellenic Medical Society of Australia and The Global Doctors Hippocratic Institute. The warm welcome extended by members of the Greek community, which was led by Vassilis Papastrgiadis as President, gave us a feeling of anticipation for the time we arrived. The trip was not a disappointment, as we were not dissatisfied with the lengthy flight from Athens Greece, to Australia. But, our visit to Doha Airport in Qatar was the venue for this year’s football World Cup (as it was an extended time of about one hour). The excitement of the trip was evident and enjoyed upon arrival. We were warmly welcomed by the Greek population as well as the vibrant energy that surrounded the city.
It was clear at the beginning of our travels that the campaign of the Global Doctors Hippocratic Institute was an ongoing one that aimed to change the lives of our future generations and preserve our past generations’ memories and wisdom in the present. The conference featured lectures, interactive sessions, and discussion on topics related to academics, science, as well as medical issues, that were given by renowned Australian as well as international researchers. The important partnerships and activities focused on creating an improved future.
Patras, Athens and University of Melbourne joined forces by a pact to turn the respective institutions into an international research center to improve medical faculties across the world. An agreement was signed that will provide guidance and educational possibilities for Greek students through adhering to Hippocratic Medical Philosophy & Ethics was the formal declaration of the cooperative project. This historic event was honored by Professor Marini who is the president of the Australian Hellenic Medical Association of Australia as well as the Hon. Marios Themistocleous the Secretary General of Greece’s Health.
A statue of Hippocrates was revealed at an event that was held at Melbourne’s University Medical School. It was the Global Doctors Hippocratic Institute championed the event to mark the beginning of an international exchange that will create a common culture which is founded on the Hippocratic Oath. The initiative, as the Dr. Patoulis announced and Dr. Polydoros has confirmed is scheduled to take place in the summer , following the sworn-in ceremony of graduate students from University of Melbourne, on Kos, the island. Kos.
Melbourne is the location for Melbourne will host the Doctors Hippocratic Institute. Its name is Hippocratic Values and Medicine. Melbourne, with an estimated population of five million and is situated in Victoria. It is the second biggest city in Australia, after Sydney. Around 25% of the city’s population are foreigners, while another quarter of them are of Greek origin. The city is a multi-cultural city that has large areas of land that form the business district in central London, as well as a number of skyscrapers.
All of us can learn from one another.
The age of modern health care is here. Collaboration and technology is at the forefront of in medical advancement. This is allowing for improved treatment of patients. The historic ceremony was held in Melbourne in the city where Hippocrateshis legacy is honored since the establishment of the Global Doctors Hippocratic Institute. In the near future, in which medical students from Melbourne will swear to Kos this bust, the unveiling of the bust of this king is an indication of our commitment to the Hippocrates’ philosophy of medical practice. We’re confident about the future of medical care.