2nd National Conference of Family Medicine and Primary Care 2015
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July-September 2015 | Vol 4 | Issue 3

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India's draft National Health Policy, 2015: Improving policy to implementation effectiveness
As the Government of India is working on drafting a new National Health Policy, developing national health accounts, and planning for a "health assurance mission," this opportunity has the potential t...
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Tobacco and Health
Women exposed to second-hand smoke more at home than at workplace: An analysis of GATS Report, India, 2009-10
Background: Tobacco smoke has adverse health effects on women of the reproductive age group with serious health implications for the next generation. Objectives: This study assessed the prevale...
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WONCA Young Doctor's Movement
Family medicine 360°: Global exchanges in family medicine
Objective: The global world of the 21 st century has created communities and cultures that are interconnected, thanks to the development both in the field of transportation and techn...
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Tobacco and Health
Preparedness of frontline health workers for tobacco cessation: An exploratory study from two states of India
Background: The 5As approach is a clinic-based approach and has been developed for primary health care providers who are uniquely positioned to interact with tobacco users. The 5As stands for: ...
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Practice Tool
Visual dynamic e-module as a tool to fulfill informational needs and care continuum for diabetic patients
Introduction: Diabetes can be envisaged as a lifelong phenomenon having the ominous odds for multisystemic involvement in the duration of disease. The probabilities of the occurrence of these e...
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