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April 2019 | Vol 8 | Issue 4

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Universal health coverage – Time to dismantle vertical public health programs in India
Primary care has traditionally meant different concepts for developed and developing economies/countries. Immediately after independence, India pushed aside the recommendations of the Bhore committe...
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The term NOMOPHOBIA or NO MObile PHone PhoBIA is used to describe a psychological condition when people have a fear of being detached from mobile phone connectivity. The term NOMOPHOBIA is construct...
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Review Article
Oral tuberculosis - Current concepts
Tuberculosis (TB) is a chronic infectious disease that can affect various parts of the body including the oral cavity. It primarily affects the lungs. TB bacilli can spread hematogenously to differe...
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Review Article
Basthi Dawakhana of Hyderabad: The first Urban Local Body led community clinics in India
Basthi Dawakhana initiative was launched by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) in Telangana state of India, in April 2018. This article documents, reviews, and analyzes the key desig...
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Review Article
Medication concordance in modern medicine – A critical appraisal from an Indian perspective
Modern medicine encompasses a holistic approach toward patient care that seeks to integrate the social, psychological, and pathological aspects of a disease. In line with this, the traditional model...
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