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Call to bar doctors from capitation fee colleges

NEW DELHI: The British Medical Journal (BMJ) has called for action over illegal payments to India's private medical colleges. The latest issue of the journal has an article on capitation fees in India's private medical colleges which talks of ... Times of India, 1 week ago
DNA India

Experts stress Public Private Partnership in healthcare

Robust public private partnership (PPP) in healthcare is the need of the hour to keep Mumbai healthy, say health experts. SevenHills hospital conference at Mumbai Press Club on Wednesday Salman Ansari dna Robust public private ...
 DNA India1 week ago

Doctors for Ethical Practices

Efforts of committed medical practitioners to promote ethics in the profession, reports In the early 1990s, a group of doctors, dismayed at the regulatory sloth of the Indian Medical Council, which had led to a rampant increase in unethical medical ...
 Money Life1 week ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Interactive session on Medical ethics held

The Indian Merchants Chamber (IMC) organized an interactive session on A Discussion on Medical Ethics where renowned people like Dr. Nita Mukherjee, author of the biography titled 'Healing the Body: Touching The Heart: The Life & Times of Dr. L.M.
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 weeks ago
Times of India

44% advised unnecessary surgery: 2nd opinion-givers

MUMBAI: Is surgery necessary? A city-based medical second opinion services centre has found an uncomfortable answer to this question that traumatizes every family whose member has been advised surgery. Almost 44% of the 12,500 patients for whom ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

In the best year so far, cadaver donors almost double in Mumbai

MUMBAI: Cadaver donations in the city touched an all-time high this year with 107 organs, including 71 kidneys and 36 livers, transplanted. Private hospitals stole the show from the public sector that contributed to only two of the 41 cadaver ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Meet the Castros!

In a startling, unexpected, development, the United States and Cuba ended over 50 years of estrangement on Wednesday, December 17. American Presidents had forbade any contact with Cuba since Fidel Castro's revolution brought the Communists to power in Havana. Last year, Vice-President Hamid Ansari spent a couple of days in Havana and was granted a rare audience with the ailing Fidel Castro. Nikhil Lakshman/, who travelled with the Vice-President, spoke to Indian officials who ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

The Chhattisgarh tragedy and Indian surgeons' love for speed

This cult of speed reaches its crowning glory during that peculiar Indian spectacle called medical camps. Medical camps are an activity in which doctors from cities travel to underserved areas, often on weekends, where the poor are then herded in hundreds for deliverance, photo-ops and freebies. In their more evolved form, there are surgical camps where bewildered and overawed patients are put onto operating tables and, much like an assembly line, a series of operations are performed in rapid ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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