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CMRI, BM Birla Heart Research Centre celebrate International N...

Kolkata, May 22 : CK Birla Group of Hospitals (BM Birla Heart Research Centre and Calcutta Medical Research Institute), one of India's leading healthcare groups, on Thursday celebrated 'International Nurses day', and announced the launch of their specialized ... New Kerala, 2 months ago
C K Birla group up Rs 270 cr investment in healthcare Business Standard India, 1 month ago

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Hopkins tool to fight female mortality

A palm-size box running on a phone app, devised by the largest medical institution in the US, holds the promise of reducing India's female mortality through real-time tracking of anaemia among rural women. The device comes with sensor clips, which ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago
Indian Express

MCI restores medical seats in state

The Medical Council of India (MCI) has agreed to restore all 1,050 medical seats in West Bengal which were cancelled earlier this year after the state government assured of infrastructure upgrade and full compliance of Council's guidelines. We had ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago MCI agrees to restore medical seats in Bengal  ZeeNews.com1 week ago Cloud on SSKM course  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Medical seats in Bengal slashed by nearly 50%  Times of India1 month ago

Centre restores scrapped medical seats

Calcutta, July 12: The Union health ministry today decided to allow admissions to 690 MBBS seats in Bengal that had been scrapped by the Medical Council of India but said medical colleges would have to address their deficiencies within three months.
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago MBBS knock on Delhi door  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Bengal latches on to AIIMS with land offer

Bengal has offered land in Kalyani for the proposed All India Institute of Medical Sciences within days of Union health minister Harsh Vardhan saying he would be happy to consider the project the moment a site was made available. We have written to ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Seal on land for AIIMS at Kalyani  Calcutta Telegraph4 weeks ago

MCI restores all 1,050 seats in West Bengal

Numerous aspiring medical students in the State heaved a sigh of relief as the Medical Council of India (MCI) on Saturday agreed to restore all 1,050 seats it had cancelled in the State-run undergraduate colleges. The decision was made after the ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Small raise for science

New Delhi, July 10: The 2014-15 Union budget outlays for scientific research reflect marginal jumps over allocations last year with atomic energy, space, biotechnology and earth sciences among agencies earmarked hikes less than even the average ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
Jagran Post

Homecare nursing service launched

Kolkata, May 25 (PTI) Patients who need medical attention even after getting discharged from the hospital can now avail homecare nursing service, the first of its kind in eastern India. The C K Birla Group of Hospitals which runs the B M Birla ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago PTI - NURSES - Homecare nursing service launched  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago Now, post-operative nursing...  Siasat Daily2 months ago Homecare Nursing Service  The Statesman2 months ago

Lifestyle changes behind more vulnerability to neurological diseases

: Asserting that current lifestyles in urban areas increased vulnerability to neurological problems, medical experts here Saturday called for increased awareness campaigns. Participating in a two-day seminar on neuro-intensive care at a city ...
 ProKerala.com3 weeks ago
Stanford Report

Stanford fellow investigates how literature shapes transnational fields of medicine

Literary academic and Stanford Humanities Center fellow Alvan Ikoku explores how fictionalized accounts of the tropics and malaria research simultaneously foster and examine the foundations for global health. By Barbara Wilcox In a 2005 lecture at ...
 Stanford Report2 weeks ago Literature Shapes Transnational Fields of Medicine  Laboratory Equipment2 weeks ago
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