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April-June 2016 | Vol 5 | Issue 2

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Deregulation of allopathic prescription and medical practice in India: Benefits and pitfalls
In the background of debates on Universal Health Coverage, skill transfer from the medical practice license holders to other health-care providers such as nurse practitioner has become a global norm...
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Narrative Essay: WONCA Young Doctor's Movement
WONCA 2015 preconference exchange: Self-discovery, friendship, and innovation amidst diversity and uncertainty
This commentary is the result of a long-distance creative writing project between young general practitioners (GPs) from around the world. They wrote this after participating in an exchange program ...
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The dire need for primary care specialization in India: Concerns and challenges
Primary health care is an evidence-based priority, but it is still inadequately supported in many countries. Ironically, on one hand, India is a popular destination for medical tourism due to the af...
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Invited Commentary
The junior doctor contract in the National Health Service
The progression of the junior doctor contract negotiations within the National Health Service (NHS) has been widely reported. We aim to provide a comprehensive summary of the current state of affair...
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Review Article
Palliative care; role of family physicians
Palliative care is the holistic approach to provide relief to patients suffering from life threatening diseases and their families throughout the disease. This is mainly through the prevention and r...
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