Stronger health system could have averted 500,000 non-Covid deaths in India in early lockdown period

Stronger health system could have averted 500,000 non-Covid deaths in India in early lockdown period Managing the coronavirus pandemic should not result in restricted access to other services. Click on the below link to read the full article. https://scroll.in/article/962147/stronger-health-system-could-have-averted-500000-non-covid-deaths-in-india-in-early-lockdown-period?fbclid=IwAR1fFfOXzZCujZgdaXlfFxlX2KkW6pDGzsLz_vKfd6c1tRV8EG_MtZmvIr0 – Pavitra Mohan, a paediatrician and public health physician, is the …

प्राथमिक स्वास्थ्य में मेरा नर्सिंग का सफ़र : नामुम्किन कुछ भी नहीं !

प्राथमिक स्वास्थ्य में मेरा नर्सिंग का सफ़र : नामुम्किन कुछ भी नहीं ! धीरज जैन , नर्स मेंटर , बेसिक हेल्थ केयर सर्विसेज- मैंने 14 साल पहले GNM की पढ़ाई पूरी की थी।  नर्सिंग में जुड़ने के लिए मेरे मामाजी ने प्रोत्साहित किया था जो ख़ुद एक नर्स है। उन्होंने …

Study of 1,129 migrants who returned to one Rajasthan area shows that none had coronavirus infection

Study of 1,129 migrants who returned to one Rajasthan area shows that none had coronavirus infection This provides a strong indication that the risk of migrants spreading the infection is low, suggest the study’s authors. Click on the link below to read full article. https://scroll.in/article/960820/study-of-1129-migrants-who-returned-to-one-rajasthan-area-shows-that-none-had-coronavirus-infection?fbclid=IwAR0xqzGDPkbbVma-GUeataG5ICzzvNAQ84ip8coLmGkE20lRPAwfdECk4iI – Pavitra Mohan, a pediatrician …

A tale of two epidemics

A tale of two epidemics Today is world malaria day, recommitted to eliminating malaria from the world. In last one year, we witnessed and responded to a major outbreak of malaria across two tribal communities. These communities live in the catchment areas of our AMRIT Clinics, that aim to provide …

Health workers offer rural tele-counseling to contain COVID-19 myths

Health workers offer rural tele-counseling to contain COVID-19 myths With lack of access to authentic information, myths and fears proliferate. Health workers counsel communities over phone, addressing their anxieties about the disease and the returned migrants Click on the link below to read full article https://www.villagesquare.in/2020/04/22/health-workers-offer-rural-tele-counseling-to-contain-covid-19-myths/ – Manisha Dutta is …

COVID-19: What primary health workers need

COVID-19: What primary health workers need Likely to be the first point of contact for most COVID-19 patients, here’s how primary healthcare teams can be supported to deal with the pandemic. – by Dr.Sanjana Brahmawar Mohan, Hyjel D’souza, Manisha Dutta Link below : https://idronline.org/covid-19-what-primary-health-workers-need/?fbclid=IwAR3rOKp3ThWMyCaSvtPDOP2a8AOy5w_A19ExBZHs8PbZZQJgu8aS1mv1QD0

Covid-19 crisis: Shift focus from hospitals to primary care

Covid-19 crisis: Shift focus from hospitals to primary care Our colleague Dr Pavitra Mohan, and Dr Nachiket Mor argue for the need to focus on and strengthening primary care to manage the #COVID19 crisis. Click on the link to read full article. https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/opinion/covid-19-crisis-shift-focus-from-hospitals-to-primary-care/article31278485.ece?fbclid=IwAR2WFdAcX2st9523NN9KouKXMFyuVYKo0-ga2WCmSza4csD-yPb25fnZ0Zc