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Yes Minister, our empty hospitals in New Delhi are world class
Sydney Morning Herald

Yes Minister, our empty hospitals in New Delhi are world class

Fans of the British political satire Yes Minister will remember a classic episode about a new hospital with more than 500 staff and no patients. In New Delhi, life is imitating art in a way that even the creators of Yes Minister would have found ... Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago


Clinical trial approvals are on hold in India for nearly two years with very few applications being cleared by the Drug Controller General of India and there is no indication when the normalcy will return. The situation is a result of growing ...
 PharmaBiz1 month ago

Doctors' British 'junket' in MCI glare

New Delhi, June 18: India's apex regulator for medics has started hearings on a complaint that a drug company financed a pleasure trip to Britain for several doctors and their families. A non-government organisation, the Swasthya Adhikar Manch, ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Advantages and challenges of AV recording in clinical trials

Dr YK Gupta, Head Department of Pharmacology and Spokesperson AIIMS, and Lt Col (Dr) Prafull Mohan, Senior Resident, Department of Pharmacology, AIIMS, New Delhi, give an insight on the pros and cons of the Supreme Court order mandating audio visual ...
 Express Pharma1 month ago

Issues with recent changes to clinical trials regulations

Bhavik Narsana, Partner, Sameer Sah, Principal Associate and Arijeet Mukherjee, Associate, Khaitan & Co aim to identify the recent changes to the legal framework and issues relating to informed consent, SAE reporting and compensation for clinical ...
 Express Pharma1 month ago

Health ministry affirms 157 controversial trial proposals re-evaluated on risks, safety parameters

The Union health ministry has affirmed that the 157 controversial clinical trials, whose review was ordered by the Supreme Court, were reexamined and cleared by the high-level apex and technical committees in accordance with the procedures and ...
 PharmaBiz2 months ago

Putting patients first

This year, on International Clinical Trials day, India has a reason to feel satisfied with the progress made in regulating the use of humans to test drugs. In August last year, the Supreme Court had batted for patient safety, coming down hard on the ...
 Hindu Business Line2 months ago
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