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#SaveTheDoctors: Indian Doctors Raise their Voices Demanding Safe Workplaces

An octogenarian gentleman was brought into the emergency room of a government-run hospital, the Nilratan Sarkar Medical College and Hospital, colloquially known as NRS, a respected medical teaching institute in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata. The gentleman, however, failed to respond to treatment, and unfortunately, expired. The patient’s family was, expectedly, distraught. However, their grief took a vicious expression. Within hours, two truckloads of … Continue reading #SaveTheDoctors: Indian Doctors Raise their Voices Demanding Safe Workplaces

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Telehealth Will Change the Healthcare Industry in the US

There are a lot of unfortunate realities about life in capitalist societies, particularly in the United States – one of the main issues being that corporations try to profit off anything and everything. What’s one of the most important things for a human being? Their health and well-being. This, sadly, means that those in charge of Big Pharma and the healthcare industries can charge an … Continue reading Telehealth Will Change the Healthcare Industry in the US

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#DTMH Strategies: Disease Summary – Diphtheria

While preparing for the group activities or quizzes for the GHHM Course, we come across a lot of disease conditions, and one of the strategies that I tried to adopt was to create short notes on the individual diseases, as well as study up the public health approach to prevent and control epidemics or outbreaks of these diseases. Here is the disease profile for Diphtheria. Continue reading #DTMH Strategies: Disease Summary – Diphtheria

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#DTMH Strategies: Using the GHHM Site

For those who are acquiring the eligibility to sit for the Royal College of Physicians, London, iteration of the DTM&H examination through the MSF’s Global Health and Humanitarian Medicine course, this is a short primer introducing them to the slightly confusing, extremely helpful, and somewhat user-unfriendly Moodle platform which forms the foundation stone for the year-long preparation trek! Continue reading #DTMH Strategies: Using the GHHM Site

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Infectious Disease Outbreaks in Kerala: May 2018 – May 2019

A brief summary of the infectious disease outbreaks reported from the state of Kerala between May 2018 and May 2019 by the Integrated Disease Surveillance Program of India. Despite the perception that the Infectious Disease challenge has been adequately met in India, the threat of outbreaks remain. Continue reading Infectious Disease Outbreaks in Kerala: May 2018 – May 2019

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