COVID – 19 COMMUNITY IMPACT

Sunday 12th July 2020

12.00 noon  till 7.00 pm BST (British Summer Time)

If you have any questions for any of our facilitators/speakers then do please

send them via Whatsapp 0044 (0) 7712177703 or e-mail us

info@healingourearth.com, we will try our best to get them answered during live summit . 

Future Dates 

Sunday 9th August 2020

Sunday 6th September 2020

Sunday 4th October 2020

Sunday 1st November 2020

Sunday 6th December 2020 

(All times are in BST(British Summer Time))

Dr. Lalit Sodha

(U.K)

12:00 noon

Host Introduction

Dr. Lalit Sodha

 Lalit Sodha, D.C. graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Toronto, Canada in 1990.He also qualified with the Spine Research Institute of San Diego in the Masters Program in Whiplash Injuries (1994), hence has a keen interest in treating patients with whiplash injuries. Lalit Sodha, D.C. also prepares medical-legal reports for insurance companies and their patients.

Over the years, he has had the privilege of treating numerous singers, dancers and performers at Wembley Arena before and after performances.

Dr Sunil Gupta

( U.K )

12:05 pm

               Dr Sunil Gupta 

      Immunity impact aspect of Covid

Dr Sunil Gupta is a Consultant haemato-oncologist based at Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust in South London.
He trained with few of the best institutes in the World, namely; Kings College Hospital London, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney Australia, National University Hospital (NUH) Singapore and All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) New Delhi, India. Dr Gupta is currently leading the clinical research division in haematology in his trust and has been principal investigator of 10 national and commercial clinical trials. 
Sunil is a trained and certified Yoga teacher by Patanjali YogaPeeth. Sunil founded a yoga centre – Healthy Living Yogashram  in 2017 and runs weekly yoga classes in the Bromley area of South London 
Sunil is associated with Jan Swasthay Sehyog ( JSS) – a low-cost health service running in Bilaspur, Chattisgarh. He regularly  helps the organisation academically and financially   
Sunil was invited to deliver a lecture in the parliament on the topic of the scarcity of stem cell donors amongst BAME group in 2018

Host – Dr. Lalit Sodha 

Nitin (Nick) Palan MBE

(U.K)

12:30 pm

Nitin (Nick)  Palan MBE

                     Business Impact 

Nitin has been in the business from a very young age and his first business was a Crisps business – “Super Crunch” in 1978 and moving on from there to running a Lebanese Restaurant in 1981 to 1984.

Since 1984 he has been operating a Tour Operator business running more than 60 Busses/coaches in London and carrying over 1.5 million passengers a year. In the UK, the company employs 230 staff.

He has a first-hand experience in how the COVID 19 impacts businesses, the employees, and its forward planning

He will share with us on Sunday how he has dealt with the impact and how he believes it will affect the future of the Tourism Industry in the UK. It is worth while noting that Tourism employs the highest number of staff in the UK and London is worlds 4th largest tourist destination.

Host – Dr. Lalit Sodha 

Dr Tuhin Kanti Biswas

(India)

1:00 pm

Professor Dr. Tuhin Kanti Biswas

Role of Ayurveda in Maintenance of                           Mental Health

Professor Dr. Tuhin Kanti Biswas is a  qualified  Ayurvedic graduate (BAMS), post-graduate (MD) in Ayurveda and PhD in Ayurveda under the University of Calcutta. Experienced with more than 30 years of research on pharmacological and models with various Ayurvedic plants and mineral drugs in the field of diabetes mellitus, wound healing, anaemia, stress disorders, etc. Acted as Principal Investigators of various projects sponsored by CSIR, ICMR, pharmaceutical companies of home and abroad. Guided three PhD thesis and four MD students. Attached at J. B. Roy State Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata, India as Professor and Head, Department of Kayachikitsa (Medicine) since 2001.

Host – Dr. Lalit Sodha 

Professor Bhik Kotecha

(U.K)

1:30 pm

Professor Bhik Kotecha

                    COVID and BAME

Bhik graduated from Cardiff in 1984 and started his training in ENT in Manchester as an SHO and a Registrar. He then moved to Sussex University to complete my M.Phil. thesis on Ototoxicity before joining Royal National Throat, Nose & Ear Hospital as a Senior Registrar. Bhik was appointed as an ENT Consultant in 1995 and have helped in establishing the Sleep disorder Unit at RNTNEH. In 2004, they were awarded the Hospital Doctor Team of the Year award for Sleep Medicine.

Bhik an examiner for MRCS at Royal College of Surgeons of England and an assistant Editor for Journal of Laryngology and Otology.  He is the immediate past president of the Sleep Medicine Section at the Royal Society of Medicine(2009-2011).

Host – Dr. Lalit Sodha  

Dr Mukesh Batra

(India)

2:00 pm

Dr. Mukesh Batra 

 Homeopathy and Covid

Dr Batra’s is synonymous with homeopathy. The man behind the brand, Dr Mukesh Batra, LCEH, FHMA (UK), FSRH, (MED) P (LON), MDH (USA), FBIH (UK), is a homeopath of international repute. A pioneering entrepreneur who has revolutionized homeopathy across the world over the last 40 years. Dr Batra is Founder, Chairman and Managing Director of Dr Batra’s Group of Companies — which encompasses the world’s largest chain of homeopathic clinics, day-care aesthetic centres, and health and wellness products.  
Dr Batra envisions extending wellness and care to 10 million  patients by the year 2020. Venturing beyond borders, Dr Batra has played a stellar role in legalising homeopathy in Mauritius. In the Middle East, he has succeeded in establishing the first-ever corporate homeopathic clinic in Oman. In England, Dr Batra’s clinic is the only homeopathic healthcare corporate to find a spot in that sacred hub of medical excellence — Harley Street, London.

Dr. Milen Shah

(U.K)

2:30 pm

Host – Dr. Milen Shah

Dr. Milen Shah – is a NHS doctor for many years and is a GP Partner in a large practice in London serving a variety of patients. He follows up a range of long term patients from children, teens, adults, with a particular interest in elderly and end-of-life care. From a spiritual background, the work is deemed as “seva” (service) with an emphasis on communication skills with compassion and understanding.

Captain Swati Raval

(India)

2:30 pm

Captain Swati Raval 

 Covid rescue and Flying Tips 

Captain Swati Raval, Commander-Air India, was part of the first Rome rescue Flight which brought back 263 stranded Indian from Italy which then was the center of the pandemic on 22nd March 2020.

Swati, who reportedly became the first Indian female civil pilot to undertake a rescue mission during this Covid 19 pandemic, is Born and brought up in a small town, Bhavnagar Gujarat. Swati joined Air India in 2004. She is a mother of two and currently based out of Delhi. Serving as a Commander in Air India since 2013.

In fulfilling one of her wish to help out the needy one in this crisis time she with the support of the family have been giving out meals to the quarantine families in surroundings as a small piece of gratitude to humanity. She in the process of starting an NGO “Hello Humanity” to extend all help possible.

Host – Dr. Milen Shah

 

Dr Bharat Pankhania 

(U.K)

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Dr Bharat Pankhania in session with Lord Gadhia 

               Corona Virus Update 

Dr Bharat Pankhania has widespread experience of advising on national communicable disease control action plans at national and international level. As a senior Consultant in Communicable Disease Control,

Dr Pankhania coordinated complex and very sensitive look back exercises, where there had been laboratory errors or hospital exposure of patients to infections, these are major national exercises and very sensitive operations. 

Dr Pankhania’s experience includes: 

Pandemic Influenza outbreak planning and major plan testing exercises: Development of a web-based surveillance system for recording the first 500 plus cases of a pandemic, to quickly understand the new virus and thus better implement control measures. He was the local Lead for Pandemic Influenza planning at Public Health England and became the reference point for outbreak planning, testing systems and control strategies. 

Ebola and SARS: Dr Pankhania was immersed in and contributed to the Ebola and SARS surveillance and control methodologies, specialist screening methods at ports of entry.

Dr Pankhania has worked in Public Health Medicine for over 25 years, he feels better health is often derived by a better-informed population, able to make their own judgements and decisions. TheTherefore,ucation is the main empowering agent for better health. 

Lord Jitesh Gadhia 

(U.K)

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Lord Jitesh Gadhia in session with Dr Pankhania 

               Corona Virus Update 

Lord Jitesh Gadhia is an investment banker and businessman and Member of the House of Lords since 2016. He is a board member of UK Government Investments, the centre of excellence for corporate finance and governance for the UK Government and serves on the boards of BGL, which owns comparethemarket.com, Accord Healthcare, a leading supplier of generic pharmaceuticals and Calisen plc, a FTSE250 company, which owns and manages smart meters.He was a Senior Managing Director at Blackstone and has over 25 years’ financial services experience, including at Barclays Capital, ABN AMRO and Barings. He has advised on high-profile M&A transactions across developed and emerging markets, including the largest investment flows between UK and India. Lord Gadhia is a member of UK-India CEO Forum. He graduated from Cambridge University and attended the London Business School as a Sloan Fellow.

Host – Dr Milen Shah

 

Lord Rami Ranger CBE

(U.K)

4:30 pm

Lord Rami Ranger CBE

 Economy Impact 

Lord Rami Ranger CBE, FRSA is a British Peer and a successful businessman who has been honoured by Her Majesty the Queen on Eight occasions. Six times for Business and twice personally for community services and was made a Member of British Empire in 2005 and Commander of British Empire in 2016. 
 
Rami set up his first business in 1987 with a mere 2 pounds capital from a rented room in Hayes and through his sheer dedication and commitment, he now runs two of Britain’s fastest growing companies with an annual turnover in excess of £200 million. He sustains thousands of British jobs by exporting British supermarket products to over 130 countries.
 
His company, Sun Mark Ltd, has received from Her Majesty the Queen, the Queens Award for Enterprise for an unprecedented 5 consecutive years in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, and in the process made British business history as no other company has received this accolade before. 
Rami is a Fellow of the Princes Trust and works tirelessly to enable The Prince’s Trust to reach even more of our youth to pass on his experience and expertise in inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurs. 

Prash Kotecha

(U.K)

5:00 pm

Host – Prash Kotecha 

Prash Is an international Wellbeing and Mindset Coach, Speaker, Podcast Host and social media influencer, who is the Founder of Urban Spirituality, Mantra Therapy and CEO of StressToSuccess.

Prash’s longstanding experience in spiritual growth, peak performance, wellbeing practices, emotional and consciousness intelligence, has resulted in a unique style of coaching, training and consulting that blends unconventional wisdom with real-world pragmatism.
Prash is the founder and CEO of Mantra Therapy (www.facebook.com/mantratherapy.co.uk),
StressToSuccess (https://www.stresstosuccess.co) and

Urban Spirituality (https://www.urbanspirituality.co)

BEATRICE IULINI

(Italy)

5:00 pm

BEATRICE IULINI

Beatrice is a Yoga and Meditation Teacher with an experience of over 20 years, trained under the direct guidance of her Master Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, in Europe and with long staying in India. In 2009 she became an authorized trainer for the teaching of Sudarshan KriyaÒ Yoga and Sahaj Samadhi Meditation. She studied Ayurveda at the Institute of Human Sciences directly with the teacher S.V. Govindan. In 2008, she co-founded the Italian chapter of the International Association for Human Values – for the application of yoga in the field of social unease and mental health, later taking part in the SKY (Sudarshan KriyaÒ Yoga) Therapy Project for Anxiety and Depression, offered by IAHV Italy.

For the last 4 years, she has been Director of teacher training at the Sri Sri School of Yoga Europe, training yoga teachers in Italy and Europe.

Founder of Yoga Into Life, she offers workshops and individual yoga and meditation sessions for a healthy and meaningful living.

Host – Prash Kotecha 

 

Dr. Rajeev Gupta

(U.K)

5:30 pm

Dr. Rajeev Gupta

 Yoga benefit for Health and Corona Control 

Dr Rajeev Gupta is Medically Qualified Consultant in NHS for 17 years and is Chairman of Central Specialist Advisory Committee of The Royal College in London. He has been Chairman of Regional Council of BMA for 5 years and is currently Chairman of the Regional Consultant Committee for Yorkshire.

He active researcher and have been Chief Investigator and UK coordinator for International Research Trails. He has received many awards including clinical excellence awards, Glory of India Award, Outstanding personal Service Award, Heart award, Patient Choice Award and Gold Award for health Workplace.

He has active interest in yoga and has been tasked by Swami Ramdev ji to lead medical advisory committee and actively help integrating yoga into medical practice in UK. He has since then set up teaching Yoga to doctors and has run many yoga teaching sessions for doctors each around 30 doctors. He has done a lot of study of the health benefits of yoga and will be happy to share it with us today.

Host – Prash Kotecha 

 

Dr. Melissa Kapoor 

( U.K )

6:00 pm

Dr. Melissa Kapoor 

How Hindu Philosophy Strenghtens                         Mental Health

Dr Melissa Kapoor has a PhD from University of Oxford in Statistics applied to medical imaging. She now has an award-winning company developing novel technologies to help reduce incidence of dementia.
Since first stepping onto Indian soil, Melissa has felt a deep connection to India. Now married to an Indian and a Hindu, she has been learning about ancient Vedic knowledge.
Melissa has conducted extensive research on the mental health benefits of Hinduism and has seen and experienced first-hand how Hinduism strengthens mental health, including during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Melissa takes great interest in all aspects related to Bharat and Hinduism and expresses her views on social media as English Bahen ke Dil se.

 

Host – Prash Kotecha 

 

Jiten Patel

(U.K)

6:30 pm

Jiten Patel

Coming out of Lockdown

Jiten works nationally, across the UK and internationally, helping clients with consciously inclusive leadership, and developing organizationally inclusive culture/change, through coaching, strategic planning events, training & facilitating, policy & process development, and all aspects of the employee life-cycle. This has been particularly relevant for the Covid19 pandemic, where all businesses and people have been affected by the virus and by the enforced global lockdown. We all have had to adapt to new and different ways of working and socialising, and, more importantly dealing with illness and bereavement.
His work has earned him several awards, including the Diversity Champion (Education Sector) in 2015 and the Highly Commended Head of Diversity and Inclusion at the 2016 and 2017 UK Inclusive Company Awards.
Jiten’s first book, Demystifying Diversity (co-authored by Gamiel Yafai), was published in 2016, with an expanded second edition and a new Afterword, specifically dealing with the impact of the Covid19 related lockdown will launch on 21st July 2020.

THANK YOU 

Technical Director –  Nishit Kotak 

Media Team – Kesh Morjaria, Anita Nomula, Varsha Mistry 

Host Team – Dr Lalit Sodha , Dr Milen Shah, Prash Kotecha 

Back Up Team –  Sarita Menon, Mallesh Kota, Deepa Vitlhani, Jayshree Chaudhary, Simran Ahuja, Pehrr Ram, Renu Gidoomal and

Rajesh Kr Singh. 

Host – Prash Kotecha

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