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City hospital sends relief material for J-K flood victims

The dispatch comes after the Director General of Health Services (DGHS), Srinagar, apprised the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital management that most hospitals in the flood-ravaged Valley have become non-functional, except for Ahmed Hospital. Attention was also drawn ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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AHPs four-tier service structure

LAHORE: The Punjab Directorate General Health Services (DGHS) has issued an order for the implementation of the four-tier service structure for the allied health professionals (AHPs) working with public sector health facilities across the province. ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago

DGHS director: Don't be influenced by coaching centres

The medical students should not to be influenced by coaching centres, says Director of medical education at Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) Prof ABM Abdul Hannan. He made the statement while talking to the journalists regarding the ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago DGHS to respond to HC ban on Vitamin A capsule distribution  Dhaka Tribune1 month ago DGHS DG's contract extended  Bdnews24.com1 month ago DGHS director general\\\\\\'s contract extended  Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago

Ministry cautious over medical admission test

The Health Ministry has taken all possible security measures to ensure transparency at the medical and dental college admission tests for the 2014-15 academic session scheduled on Friday. It sent letters to the senior secretary of the Home ...
 Dhaka Tribune11 hours ago Medical Relief Operation Stepped up in J  Business Standard India1 month ago Medical Relief Operations undertaken by Ministry of Health & Family in Jammu & Kashmir Around 100 tonnes of medicines have been sent so far  Business Standard India1 month ago

Cataract surgical rate increases by 750 per million in a decade

(BSS) - The cataract surgical rate (CSR), meaning the number of cataract operations per million population, rose to 1,300 from 550 in the last one decade and it needs to be raised to 3,000 for Vision 2020 goal attainment, a workshop was told. ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha19 hours ago

Take eye care facilities to rural people: Experts

:00:00 A A- A+ Ophthalmologists at a conference in the city stressed on Monday reaching eye care facilities to rural people as they suffer more than urban ones from various eye problems caused by malnutrition, reports UNB. They said as the ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 day ago

Indian states lag behind in treatment, diagnosis of AIDS

A recent meeting of the health ministry on tackling HIV and TB unveiled a gloomy picture. About a dozen states, including Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana, lag behind in the treatment and diagnosis of HIV/AIDS as well as the handling of ...
 India Today3 days ago

Thermal scanners for int'l airports

As part of precautions against the Ebola threat, the government plans to set up archway thermal scanners at all three international airports in the country to record temperatures of arriving passengers. We will soon buy several thermal scanners.
 Bangladesh Daily Star5 days ago Health boss eyes thermal scanner  Bangladesh Daily Star5 days ago

Tuning fork model needed for excellence awards

The dominance of academic consultants over NHS consultants holding Clinical Excellence Awards is universally recognised. Yet, despite this, there has been little evidence of any attempt to investigate the disparity in any systematic way. Why has ...
 Hospital Dr6 days ago An opportunity to make CEAs more equitable  Hospital Dr1 month ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Ebola measures look slack

When the whole world is on alert for the fast-spreading deadly Ebola virus, passengers from Ebola-affected Liberia have entered Bangladesh through Shahjalal International Airport with no health screening at the airport. Six Bangladeshi passengers ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago Repeated request of BMC to Airport Health Organisation falls flat  DNA India2 months ago Sikkim gears up to combat Ebola Menace  The Statesman2 months ago Nearly 45,000 Indians living in Ebola-affected countries, may bring virus home  IndiaTV News2 months ago
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