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November 2020 | Vol 9 | Issue 11

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Post-COVID healthcare reform in India: What to expect?
COVID-19 has exposed the fault lines of India's public health system. The pandemic can be a useful window of opportunity to undertake public healthcare reforms that are long due. Such reforms ar...
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Why COVID-19 pandemic builds a convincing case for investing in 'Young Physician Leaders (YPL)'
There are pressing issues that are plaguing healthcare systems across the world (especially in the lower-middle-income countries), which comprise low-quality care, affordability, accessibility, poor...
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COVID-19: Lab medicine expect due respect
Commentary In the Editorial of May 2020 issue of JFMPC on the COVID-19 pandemic preparedness, the members of our healthcare fraternity have raised many important issues.[1] I am taki...
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A low-cost solution for converting existing stethoscope into tele-stethoscope in resource-constrained setting for COVID-19 pandemic
In the present scenario of COVID-19, there has been a sudden surge in demand for tele- consultancy. Such measures require resources to support the system. Replacement of conventional equipment used ...
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Preparing for a COVID-19 pandemic: Redefining roles of multidisciplinary team in a large tertiary hospital in Rajasthan
Through this manuscript, we would like to share our experience with building a COVID hospital, allocating duties, planning and managing supplies during COVID-19 pandemic. This manuscript is prepared...
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Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, the official journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care Trust, is a peer-reviewed open-access journal.

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