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June 2019 | Vol 8 | Issue 6

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Designing primary healthcare systems for future in India
Changing epidemiology, rapid urbanization, and rising expectations of populations are creating new challenges and opportunities for India's primary healthcare system. A group of primary care exp...
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Maathru Samman Pants: An initiative towards “Respectful Maternity Care”
Respectful maternity care is the new approach under National Health Mission providing services towards improved satisfaction of pregnant women while in the health facility. Maathru Samman Pants is a...
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India's National Action Plan for antimicrobial resistance – An overview of the context, status, and way ahead
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a multifaceted complex problem with momentous consequences for individuals as well as health-care systems. Understanding the gravity of the problem, the World Healt...
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Utility of FRAX (fracture risk assessment tool) in primary care and family practice setting in India
The prevalence of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women is about 35 to 50% and the mortality associated with hip fractures is about 20%. Despite these figures, osteoporosis continues to be un...
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NHS vs Modicare: The Indian Healthcare v2.0. Are we ready to build the healthier India that we envisage?
The National Health Services (NHS – UK) is a government-run organisation that provides free healthcare to everyone, irrespective of their ability to afford healthcare. Even though the NHS has ...
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