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RNI NO. :DBLBIL/2001/4088 VOL 8, ISSUE 5, APRIL 2011 A Star Media Group Publication INDIA’S AYUSH AND HEALTH TOURISM JOURNAL SKIN LASERS Central Council for Research in Yoga & Naturopathy (CCRYN) (Deptt. Of AYUSH, Min.
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Ghulam Nabi Azad noted that the AYUSH systems of medicine are of great antiquity he Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad chaired the meeting of Consultative Committee of Parliament attached to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in New Delhi to specifically discuss the activities of Department of AYUSH. Cutting across party lines the Consultative Committee members lauded the progress made by the Department of AYUSH in the short span of sixteen years since the inception of separate Department for Indian Systems of Medicines and Homeopathy in 1995.
Sh Ghulam Nabi Azad noted that the AYUSH systems of medicine are of great antiquity and the Department has been making significant strides in providing an enabling environment to develop these systems with its infrastructure of National Institutes, Research Councils, Pharmacopoeial Laboratories, the Public Sector Undertaking of Indian Medicines Pharmaceutical T Secretary, Department of AYUSH Anil Kumar drew the attention of the members to the new initiatives taken by the Department in the XIth Plan Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad
Mauritius Patient at Eye – Q for Lasik Eye Surgery Dr. Vibhuti Sharan MBBS, MS (Ophthalmology) Corporation Limited as also the National Medicinal Plants Board. The Minister highlighted that mainstreaming of AYUSH systems has become a successful strategy in the National Rural Health Mission. He also elaborated on the efforts made by the Department towards ensuring quality control of drugs. The Minister however pointed out the acute shortage of doctors in rural areas and elicited views of the Members in itigating the situation by utilizing the AYUSH doctors to fill the felt need at grass root levels. The Consultative Committee members shared the concern of the Department over some key issues like low capacity reflected in vacancies; pending Utilisation Certificates from States; weak drug enforcement machinery; collaborative research and building quality – drugs, therapies, hospitals, laboratories, teaching colleges. The Members requested the Health Minister to ensure employment and utilization of trained manpower of AYUSH. e-Q, symbol of excellence in eye care and largest chain of super specialty eye clinics across Northern India today executed a special Lasik eye surgery for three patients of the same family who had specially flown down from Mauritius to receive the treatment. Speaking about his Lasik surgery at Eye-Q, Mr. Patoo Jor Roshan said “I have particularly travelled to India to get my Lasik eye surgery done. I was referred to Eye-Q by a friend who underwent Lasik eye treatment to correct poor eyesight at Eye-Q and has experienced remarkable difference. ” E Devi Shetty Targets Medical Tourism In Cayman Isles
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N NEWS ISSUES Pregnant lady doctors forced to work at AIIMS NEWS PRODUCT LAUNCH country’s biggest medical institute, and fighting for our basic rights,” said a senior resident from the Neurosurgery Department on the condition of anonymity. “We have been using our other unpaid leaves as we are not getting the maternity leaves which are paid leaves. I reach office at 8 in the morning and work till 6 in the evening, and sometimes we have night duty too. This behaviour is completely inhuman,” said another lady doctor from Gynaecology Department on the condition of anonymity.
Due to the confounding behaviour of the administration, few of the residents have already left the institute and their job with it, as it was getting impossible for them to work at this stage of pregnancy. “Two ladies joined last month on a regular basis and wanted maternity leave and the institute is creating hassles. Despite the DGHS order we could get 2+2 (or 3+1) months (unpaid and paid) maternity leave till January this year for most residents. The problem has assumed serious proportions now with recent hassles by AIIMS administration,” said Dr Debjyoti Karmakar, President, Residents Doctor Association (RDA)
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