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November 2019 | Vol 8 | Issue 11

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Editorial
Violent-acts against doctors and healthcare professionals in India: Call for action
Doctors in India are facing violent-acts against them, and there is an increasing trend in recent years, leading to a Public Health Riot-like scenario in India. There are reports of a doctor being m...
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Editorial
Artificial intelligence enabled healthcare: A hype, hope or harm
In this paper, we have described the health care problem (maldistribution of doctors) in India. Later, we have introduced the concept of artificial intelligence and we have described this technology...
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Commentary
A holistic approach to remove the bottlenecks and to improve the quality of medical research in India
The current trend of conducting research and publishing the same to fulfill the academic or professional requirements can jeopardise what research actually means in health sciences. Rather than high...
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Invited Article
The AFPI-CAR policy paper on identifying basic framework of possible roadmap for one health
Zoonotic diseases are an important public health problem. Keeping this in way, a panel reviewed the discussion around “one health” strategy of the WHO in combating zoonotic diseases duri...
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Commentary
Impact factor: Mutation, manipulation, and distortion
Currently, there is an increased dependency on the impact factor in scientific research publications. Sometimes the overzealousness in implementing the impact factor value to a publication is detrim...
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ISSN - Print: 2249-4863,
Online: 2278-7135

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