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Namely, there is not enough emphasis on the placement of young GPs or primary care nurses into rural areas, he says. Dr Scott Jones says the Bay of Plenty DHB is a good example areas like Te Kaha, Opotiki, and Murupara are lumped in with Tauranga and
EDT Executives of a private outfit that co-ordinates bulk sales of drugs to hospitals has laid the blame for diluted chemotherapy treatments reaching 1,200 cancer patients squarely on the company that made and supplied the intravenous solution.
Shops, business establishments and educational institutions remained closed due to the strike which was called on the opening day of the civil secretariat here. Though most of the public transport remained off the roads, taxis, auto rickshaws and
19 One year they say women should start mammograms later and less often because they find too many breast cancers...now they are saying let's fund unnecessary medical tests because it feels and looks good. Liz , Boston, 30/4/2013 13:18 The great
The Hindu The survey report is intended to help create a procedure for the maintenance of heritage buildings, such as Madras Medical College's anatomy block...Veeramani told the Assembly, will enable officials develop a streamlined procedure for
For a long time, I have said that Family Medicine leadership is important. Tomorrow begins a huge Family Medicine leadership meeting in Kansas City. Unfortunately, I will be unable to attend this year, but I have been there many times before...
Drug prices in the United States of America have risen significantly over the past year. In 2012, the rise in drug price was 3.6 percent, double that of the inflation rate reported by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (1.7 percent). Americans suffer a
Though the pay package does not follow the recommendations of S. Balaraman committee, set up by the government to study the problems of nurses working in the private sector, the basic pay has gone up from Rs.5400 to Rs.9500 for the basic category of
Share Tools The U.S. healthcare industry is struggling to find sufficient numbers of skilled employees and the outlook isn't bright. A new report from Towers Watson, which surveyed more than 100 healthcare providers, including hospitals, highlights
Starting from April, female doctors with children at Fujita Health University Hospital in Toyoake, Aichi Prefecture, who need shorter working hours to care for their young will have the option of working 20 or 30 hours a week, instead of the regular