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Ntl Workshop on 'Health System Strengthening' at Jipmer from Sep 26

Puducherry, Sep 25 (UNI) The Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Jipmer in collaboration with the School of Public Health, PGIMER-Chandigarh will organize the four-day“ First National Workshop on Health System Strengthening” from September 26. A Jipmer release here today said, the workshop is focused on building capacity for Health Systems, strengthening to achieve Universal Health Care, through application of Systems Approach, Problem Analysis Techniques, Implementation Research, Supportive Supervision and Inter-sectoral coordination, Logistic management, Motivation, Communication, Leadership and Conflict Management. Participants including medical officers, postgraduate students, senior residents and medical college faculty from various states in the country were participating in the workshop. Faculty from Jipmer and PGIMER-Chandigarh and programme managers from various NGO’s like WHO, UNICEF and State Health & Family Welfare Department will train the participants during these four days. Jipmer Director Dr. S C Parija will inaugurate the workshop on September 26 in the presence of Dr. K.C. Premarajan, Professor and Head of the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Dr. Gautam Roy, Senior Professor, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine. Dr. Arun KumarAgarwal from School of Public Health, Chandigarh, an eminent expert in this field among others. MORE UNI PAB CS1344

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Longest total Lunar eclipse  on July 27 : Sidharth

Longest total Lunar eclipse on July 27 : Sidharth

19 Jul 2018 | 7:07 PM

Hyderabad, Jul 19 (UNI) A total lunar eclipse will occur around the midnight on July 27 and will last for an hour and 43 minutes, B M Birla Science Centre Director B M Sidharth said on Thursday.

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Diphtheria an infectious disease caused by bacterium Corynebacterium diphtheria

Diphtheria an infectious disease caused by bacterium Corynebacterium diphtheria

17 Jul 2018 | 8:06 PM

Kolkata, Jul 17 (UNI) Diphtheria is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Corynebacterium diphtheria, which primarily infects the throat and upper airways and produces a toxin affecting other organs.

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Oral health-essential to general health and quality of life

Oral health-essential to general health and quality of life

16 Jul 2018 | 12:05 PM

Kolkata, Jul 16 (UNI) Oral health is essential to general health and quality of life.

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Aadhaar in Ayushman Bharat 'not must', clarifies Govt

Aadhaar in Ayushman Bharat 'not must', clarifies Govt

12 Jul 2018 | 3:50 PM

New Delhi, July 12 (UNI) Dismissing media reports that Aadhaar Card would be “must” to avail benefits under the Ayushman Bharat, the Centre on Thursday clarified that Aadhaar was 'desirable' and 'not must'.

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Leeches blood-clotting ability can help develop cures: Study

Leeches blood-clotting ability can help develop cures: Study

12 Jul 2018 | 11:29 AM

New Delhi, July 12 (UNI) Blood-feeding leeches have a suite of anticoagulant compounds they secrete from their salivary glands that prevent clotting.

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