LEAP (Learning through Everyday Activities with Parents) CP study "Do you know Early Detection & Early Intervention can improve outcome of High Risk Infant with Cerebral Palsy with 98% detect-ability by 3 months of age".
Dr. Bhattacharya at the State Program of Childhood Disability Group of Indian Academy of Pediatrics at Bhubaneshwar, Orissa on 31st May, 2015 as the national treasurer of the academic group and chief guest speaker.
"Dr. Bhattacharya with co-faculties and delegates at the Training of Trainers (ToT) module of Indian Academy of Pediatrics, 51st Annual Conference (PEDICON 2014) on Emotional Intelligence and Emotional Quotent (EQ) - the PEACH Module, as a National Trainer, at Indore"
"Dr. Anjan Bhattacharya is a Trainer of the Teachers (ToT) of Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP). He is teaching delegates of Senior Paediatricians at Delhi, who will now train other Paediatricians in their locality. Dr Bhattacharya is a National Trainer".
Dr Anjan Bhattacharya addressing the audience at Annual conference of Behala Bodhayan, NGO for Special Needs Children
Dr Anjan Bhattacharya falicitated at a function held by Children with Special Needs at IIM Auditorium, Joka, Kolkata
Dr. Anjan Bhattacharya at the consensus meet at Vancouver, Canada for WHO in June, 2013 for setting the Core Standards for ICF
Dr. Anjan Bhattacharya has achieved the distinction of being invited as a Guest Faculty at the highly prestigious Annual Conference of Royal College of Paediatric & Child Health (RCPCH), UK being the only overseas Faculty in the BAPIO session, sharing podium with the current and the imminent President of RCPCH, UK. We are very proud that he enlightened the global audience with his pet topic "Developmental Paediatrics in the 21st Century".
Delivering the lecture "Developmental Paediatrics in the 21st Century" at the Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health, UK's Annual Conference at Glasgow ! Presenting the Kolkata Model encompassing the ICF of WHO and GM (Prechtl) of Graz University, Austria!
Privileged to propose a toast for Dr. Ramesh Mehta, OBE, President of BAPIO & GAPIO and invite the outgoing and incoming Presidents of the Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health, UK, Prof. Neena Modi and Dr. Russel Viner to handover a memento at the BAPIO dinner last night!
British Physicians of Indian Origin (BAPIO) Speakers at the Annual Conference of RCPCH, UK at Glasgow 2018 March including Dr. Ramesh Mehta, OBE!
With Prof. Neena Modi, immediate past President of the Royal College and Dr. Ramesh Mehta, OBE and President of BAPIO & GAPIO.
Crowds at the BAPIO Hot Topics in Paediatrics Session at the RCPCH Annual Conference.
Honoured to receive speaker's memento from the Annual Conference of the Royal College at the BAPIO session, being the lone overseas invited speaker at the session, which was shared with the current and immediate past Presidents of the Royal College.
Delivering the keynote address at the International Pediatric Conference in Paris on the 16th August 2018 on "Universal Care Pathway for Children with Special Needs" involving the Biopsychosocial Model of Health and Disability, International Classification of Functioning (ICF), General Movements (GM) or Prechtl's Method of Early Detection and Autism PACT Study, UK encapsulated in the unifying Kolkata Development Model as Universal Care Pathway for Children with Special Needs.
MRCPCH, UK Final Exam new format global pilot at Nepal