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Interactive, Structured, Multi-modal Clinical Guidelines to Improve Quality of Care by Rural Healthcare Providers in India

Non-physician rural health providers (RHPs) deliver health care in large parts of rural India, but most have not been trained formally; thus the quality of health care they deliver may not be standardized.

Merit versus social responsibility

The goal of medical education needs to be synchronised with public health and not just with the career aspirations of students.

Hope after HIV - An article published in "The Hindu" on Nov 30, 2008 by Dr. Meenakshi Gautam.

In popular imagination, being HIV positive is seen as a premature death sentence, ridden with extreme pain and suffering. What is less well known is that with good nutritional management and prevention of infections, a HIV positive person can lead a long and reasonably healthy, normal life.

 

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For women who die in childbirth and children who grow up in a web of malnutrition and disease. For patients of TB and malaria, victims of sudden accidents and injuries, and those who silently bear the stigma and burden of HIV and mental health problems.

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