Chairperson PHEC Prof. Dr. Shahid Munir was met by the delegation of Bems Medical Association Pakistan, which included teachers from Islamiyah University Bahawalpur, University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Lahore College Women University, Minhaj University, and Superior University. In the meeting, the introduction of Eastern Medicine, syllabus, service structure, and other issues were discussed. On this occasion, a dialogue was also held, in which experts from the fields of homoeopathy, herbalism, alvethi, medicine, and psychology, as well as intellectuals and journalists, took part. Parti .During the dialogue, Prof. Dr. Shahid Munir said that there is a need to bring the people associated with Eastern medicine into the national mainstream. There is a severe shortage of MBBS doctors in our country, and there is a need to encourage alternative methods of treatment. There should be accreditation, the doors should not be closed for them, these people can not only serve the public by making their department active, but can also contribute a large amount of foreign exchange to the country’s economy. The participants agreed that the yards of public hospitals. It is recommended to include the departments of medicine and homoeopathy in the list. The participants in the dialogue said that Greek medicine and homoeopathy are the most popular treatment methods among the people. In the neighbouring countries, separate universities and ministries have been established to promote traditional methods of treatment. In the session with the Bachelor of Eastern Medicine and Surgery, Mujibur Rahman Shami was the chief guest, while senior columnist Naeem Masood was the moderator of the dialogue. Ahmed Waqas Riaz, Dr. Irfan Malik a pulmonologist; Dr. Mansoor Baluch, Salman Abid, Ziaul Haq Naqshbandi were in the dialogue. Dr. Muhammad Afzal Dean Lahore College Women University, Dr. Waqas A. Khan, Dr. Shazia Qayyum, Shoaib Hakeem participated.