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UK Uneasy Over Involvement of Doctors in Terror Attacks, but Not Panicking Over Non European Medics

...ement teams "carry out rigorous checks before they appoint any member of staff, including verification of identity, qualifications, registration and eligibility to work in the UK. The nature of their work means that staff are dealing with people who are vulnerable and we need to be confident that patients ar...

Rapid Response Teams Formed in Madhya Pradesh to Fight Diseases

...he minister also said that action was initiated to appoint people on contract at district level surveillance units in 48 districts. The new rapid response teams will monitor the project work and a satellite interactive terminal (SIT) has been formed in the main state surveillance unit and places have been ...

Kerala Opposition's Unique Protest Over Fever Deaths

...icised the government for not taking any action to appoint medical professionals in the health department. Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan reiterated that there was no emergency situation in the state and the spread of the mosquito-borne fever has come down dramatically and that things were under control....

Major Change Needed to Achieve Dignified Care for Older People

...itudes and prejudices. There is a current vogue to appoint champions and commissioners for older people, but what is needed, they say, are not just individual advocates but rather a long overdue and major change in culture and practice to reflect the central position of older people in systems of care. How...

Disabled Orissa Brothers Lives Saved by Timely Intervention

...airs to the three physically challenged youths and appoint a physiotherapist for their treatment to control further damage to their limbs," said Bhagaban Parida, secretary of CRS....

Major Change Needed to Achieve Dignified Care for Older People

...itudes and prejudices. There is a current vogue to appoint champions and commissioners for older people, but what is needed, they say, are not just individual advocates but rather a long overdue and major change in culture and practice to reflect the central position of older people in systems of care. How...

Delhi Hospital Medicos Calls Off Strike

...aid that authorities have accepted their demand to appoint ex-servicemen to take care of the hospital's security. Delhi Health Secretary D.S. Negi held long discussions with the striking medical personnel Thursday and promised that Delhi Police and home guards personnel would guard the hospital round-the-...

Doctors to Be Exempted from Written Tests for Recruitment

Bihar: The Jharkhand government has decided to appoint ayurveda, homeopathy and unani doctors without written examinations and only on the basis// of an interview. Clearing the way for the appointment of nearly 300 doctors, the cabinet Wednesday evening decided that the government would advertise for ...

Contract Doctors in Jharkhand Go on Strike

...ontract in Britain and the US. What is wrong if we appoint doctors on contract basis to improve medical facilities.' Source-IANS...

Promote Health Tourism, Say US-Based Malayalis

Kerala should appoint a brand ambassador to boost its health tourism industry in the US, says an umbrella grouping of Malayalis based abroad. // The Federation of Kerala Associations in North America (Fokana), which has members in North America and Canada, has asked the ...

JIPMER Strike Enters Eighth Day

...aw its decision. JIPMER today held an interview to appoint temporary paramedical staff to tide over the crisis. JIPMER Director K S V K Subba Rao told reporters that work was affected because of the strike even though they were trying to restore normalcy. RAS...

Medics worried over new proposals

...s not in favor of giving the minister the power to appoint all 25 members of the Council, which includes the power to dismiss the council and to steer it with respect to a specific policy. The new recommendations have suggested that the members of the medical profession be allowed to elect their counterparts...

Saddam to Miss Court Session for Health Reasons

... abstain from the upcoming session, the court will appoint lawyers from the court-affiliated legal bureaus. (Source: IANS)...

India needs dental health leadership, says expert

... shared the view that the Indian government should appoint a chief dental officer just like there is a director general of health service. Majority of countries have a chief dental officer," said Bedi. Stating that the national taskforce will be making a recommendation for appointment of a chief dental offi...

Dengue In City: KMC To Appoint 30 Contract Doctors

...the Kolkata Municipal Corporation today decided to appoint 30 doctors on contract and engage para-medical staff to attend to the afflicted//. KMC's Mayor-in-Council (Health) Subodh De said that only dengue cases were reported in south Kolkata and civic staff had fanned out for surveillance in the affected ...

Supreme Court Warns Medicos of Contempt Action

...will be calling doctors from the Army tomorrow and appoint new doctors." He ruled out invoking ESMA against the striking doctors. (Source:PTI)...

The Government’s Balancing Act on Reservatio

...cted by the increase in quota. It also promised to appoint more teachers. An option before the Government is to re-employ teachers till the age of 65. The decision backed by across-the-board political consensus brushes aside the National Knowledge Commission's objections. Two members of the Commission have...

EU Countries Pushed To Make All the Preparation to Handle the Bird Flu Pandemic

...ake all necessary preparation.// They are asked to appoint a bird flu tsar. A top EU official said that European Union would also have to look harder at immediate practical measures and implement it in each of the bloc's 25 countries. He said that their problem is that the decision-making was too complicat...

NHS To Take Extra Care Of The Aged

All NHS hospitals are now required to appoint a senior nurse so that the elderly are treated with dignity in the hospitals, according to new rules issued by the government. // Ministers said there would be an attitude of zero tolerance towards any abuse of the older patients in the hospitals. &...

Lawn Mowing Injuries On The Rise

...ffering from chest pain, back pain, joint pain can appoint somebody else to get the job done. Use of protective gloves, more specifically while servicing mower or changing blades is recommended. As most of the injuries happen while lifting the mower, it is advisable to get help regarding the same, if neces...

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