I was watching some cool advertisements of an online portal and was wondering that why the public health messages that went out were so boring and hackneyed, poorly designed and "turn off"-ish! In an era where advertising is a buzzword and online or offline marketing is bringing the consumer and provider closer together, it is a … Continue reading IEC in Public Health: What can Public Health Learn from Steve Jobs?
The first boom in treatment for male erectile dysfunction came in the 1920s and 1930 when the Russian-origin French surgeon Serge Abramovitch Voronoff started to prescribe surgical implantation of monkey testicles in the human scrotum to augment sexual prowess. This gained quite a bit of fan following for a couple of decades and brough Voronoff … Continue reading Exhibitionism in Medical Education: The Brindley Lecture – Heralding A Sexual Revolution
James McCormack is a Professor in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, and is passionate about music and evidence based medicine. In a unique endeavor that reminds me of the incomparable ZDoggMD, he has brought together these two passions in a synergistic manner. He has started making videos … Continue reading Viva la Evidence: EBM + ColdPlay
"There is no greater reward in our profession than the knowledge that God has entrusted us with the physical care of His people. The Almighty has reserved for Himself the power to create life, but He has assigned to a few of us the responsibility of keeping in good repair the bodies in which this … Continue reading National Doctors’ Day & The Perils of Being an Indian (Junior) Doctor
Well, its not too fab considering I did not put too much thought into which floating head of mine should go into the image, but then again, more than the image, it is the thought that counts. You can make your own World TB Day poster by going to My Stop TB. It is very … Continue reading World TB Day: Make Your Own Poster, Show your Support