Hyderabad: Interdepartmental referrals, utilising latest technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning besides reaching the unreached through innovative outreach approaches were key to...
IMA national president, Dr JA Jayalal, in a statement said that if the bill implemented, all the PG medical seats will be filled by Union govt and State govts will have no role to play in the admission process
As many as 730 doctors have succumbed to coronavirus infection during the second wave, according to data available by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) in mid-June.
It termed "extremely disturbing" a series of violence against doctors in the last two weeks in Assam, Bihar, West Bengal, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka and other places.
The second wave of coronavirus pandemic across the country is not over yet. This is the reason doctors are losing their lives every day while saving the lives of Covid-infected patients.
Instructs to charge rates fixed by State govt for Covid treatment
Aggarwal, 62, who was admitted to AIIMS and was on ventilator support since last week, died at 11.30 pm on Monday
IMA district president Dr M Vasanth Rao informed that the second variant of Covid-19 was very dangerous and rampant in the district as well as in the state.
The IMA also suggested that private sector family clinics should be included actively in the vaccination drive along with private hospitals.
They later staged a demonstration following the call given by IMA national body opposing the mixopathy and demanding the Union government to withdraw the recent CCIM notification.
Doctors held posters reading ‘Roll Back AYUSH Bill on Mixopathy’ and ‘Say No To Mixopathy’ within the campus of Gandhi and Osmania medical colleges.
Dr. N Subramanyam noted that the unchecked fee structure for the private medical colleges was another curse to the medical students and children of lower economic status cannot dream of becoming a doctor
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