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M HEMADRI
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Medical Education Reforms in India - Too Little Too Late?
Medical education reforms in India - Too little too late? India is the second most populous
country in the world with a population of 1.3 billion. The numbers are an issue,
however, the diversity of our population is an important consideration as well.   Th...

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A Discriminating View of the Doctors' Staffing Crisis in the NHS
We are going through extraordinary times for the NHS, especially
so for doctors. From my perspective, this reflects the effect of
not getting it right for everyone from the beginning. The NHS as a care delivery model is fantastic. Tax funded, fr...

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Seven Day NHS from a 2006 perspective
The seven day NHS debate has been raging for a while now. People
die over the weekend, people do not die over the weekend, weekend should become
normal time, there are no staff, there is no money; the arguments are plenty. Interestingly in 2006 I looked at ...

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Spiritual Healing
Spiritual Healing This topic
is very abstract and need to be experienced to understand. Being an initiated
and practicing spiritual healer I will try to share relevant information in a
simple manner. Health is
defined by World Health Organisation as a state...

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Honoring the Mothers of Gyecology
Honouring the Mothers of Gynecology This blog was written after hearing Shankar Vendantam’s excellent
podcast from the NPR Hidden Brain series on the mothers of gynecology. The history of healthcare, the history of the noble profession,
doctors, nurses, sci...

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