Social Issues in Medicine in India 2020-We are developing; but is it enough?

Dr. Usha Nandini,                                           ...

Pain, Suffering and Spirituality

Rev. Dr. Arul Dhas. T Reader, Chaplaincy, CMC-Vellore 'Palliative care resonates with the healing ministry that affirms the sanctity and dignity of human life from the...

MEDICAL DECISION-MAKING: ARE WE DOING THE RIGHT THING?

Dr. Sushma Shivananda Resident Physician at National Cancer Centre, Singapore   Ethical issues in palliative care often surface because it may be difficult to outline clear boundaries about...

DEFINING VIOLENCE

  Mannat Kaur Bhatia Final year Mbbs Government Medical College, Patiala The World Health Organisation defines violence as “ the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened...

EFFECT OF VERBAL/PHYSICAL ABUSE ON THE QUALITY OF WORK

Dr Shivani Vakilwala Stop violence against doctors!! Medical practitioners’ worry, little action taken!!! Doctors on roads to protest against physical assault at work!!!! Yes, these have been the...

DESREVE TO BE TREATED RIGHT

- Geeta Sundar Calm. Tranquillity. Peace. Harmony. Quiet. Serenity. Order. Stability. The absence of violence, fight, discord. The absence of war, discord, unrest. The absence of trouble, battle,...

My Clandestine Meetings With Goofy

- Geeta Sundar Goofy is a beautiful Labrador who stays a few houses down my lane. I had a chance encounter to meet him...

THE Cost Of Mistakes

-Dr Barnali Basu,Senior (Disclaimer:This is entirely a work of fiction.Any resemblance to persons living or dead is purely coincidental)            ...

POPULATION EXPLOSION

-Geeta Sundar July 11th is marked annually as the World Population Day. It is a day that wishes to create awareness and observation on many...

Paradise in the war zone.

-Manasi Rege “Khadija! Where have you been?” her father bellowed as he saw her stealthily enter the house. “It’s that rascal Salim, right?” he demanded...

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