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At risk while saving lives: 75% Indian doctors face violence at work, reveals study

May 04, 2015

At risk while saving lives: 75% Indian doctors face violence at work, reveals study

Preliminary findings of an ongoing study by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) have revealed that over 75% of doctors in India have faced some form of violence at work. #India #NewsTracker #Indian Medical Association #Patients #the Lancet #Doctors in India #Doctors in China #Violence in hospitals
Where are the ethics? Surgeon posts pictures of patient's internal organs on Facebook

Mar 30, 2015

Where are the ethics? Surgeon posts pictures of patient's internal organs on Facebook

There are clear loopholes in our country when it comes to proper guidelines regarding use of clinical photographs on the social media. #HowThisWorks #Health #Healthcare #Indian Medical Association #Mohammad Faizal #Clinical photography
No need to panic, monitoring situation: Nadda on swine flu

Jan 02, 2015

No need to panic, monitoring situation: Nadda on swine flu

Two women, aged 35 and 53, residents of CR Park and Chattarpur, have tested positive for H1N1 (swine flu) virus, according to the officials from the health department of Delhi government today. #Health #TheySaidIt #JP Nadda #Indian Medical Association #Swine flu #H1N1
With growing concern over Ebola, IMA to draw up plan to tackle viral diseases

Oct 28, 2014

With growing concern over Ebola, IMA to draw up plan to tackle viral diseases

In view of growing concern over Ebola virus, which has claimed over 4,000 lives worldwide, the Indian Medical Association in Kerala is working on a training and awareness programme for its members on tackling outbreak of various viral diseases. #NewsTracker #Healthcare #Indian Medical Association #IMA #Ebola #AV Jayakrishnan
Why IMA wants a board to lay down rules for international patient transfer

Dec 31, 2012

Why IMA wants a board to lay down rules for international patient transfer

The late-night airlift from Delhis Safdarjung Hospital to Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore of the gangrape victim has drawn criticism from doctors who believe the move was motivated by political reasons. #NewsTracker #Safdarjung Hospital #Indian Medical Association #Delhi gangrape #Mount Elizabeth Hospital