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Is your Medical School Listed in WHO Directory?
by PEARL - 6834 reads, based on 3 votes
This is an awareness article specially for those who just finshes their high school and wants to enter into medical institutions for medical career and for fresh 1st year medical students. This will help them to select which medical institutions should be selected for their career as mostly in our set up (INDIA, PAKISTAN, BANGLADESH, SRILANKA, BUTHAN, NEPAL, PHILIPHINES) private medical insitute just opens without the permission and lisence from government, and in the end they give hard time to students once they are graduates.... More

The Great Brain Robbery?
by Francis C. Assisi - 2902 reads, based on 1 vote
What does the continued movement of health professionals from poorer countries to the wealthy nations signify for the health of nations and for that ideal “Health For All” advocated by the United Nations? Health experts agree that this hemorrhage of health professionals from the developing world is a most serious human resource problem and that it calls into question wealthy countries' rhetoric of support for poorer countries struggling to reach the health targets of the Millennium Development Goals. They agree too that these problems are rooted in the under development of public health systems in poorer countries, and that they are aggravated by the global brain drain, creating a vic... More

Shape of the things to come - The probable future career options for Indian Docs
by Jeff Brown - 2703 reads, based on 2 votes
The following is an extract of an article picked up by our news staff from a reputable newspaper in USA. Read on and get fascinated by the American way of thinking. -RxPG News A lot of medical jobs could go to other countries. Maybe not emergency surgery, yet. But non-hands-on jobs such as psychoanalysis could be done via video, no problem. And all those doctors who sit around reading test results and ordering medication - their work could be done from abroad, too. All we'd need here would be inexpensive nurses to draw samples and run them through the machines. ... More

Rich countries woo highly skilled migrants
by Steve Schifferes - 2345 reads, 0 votes
Not all immigrants are asylum seekers Rich countries are increasingly competing to recruit highly skilled immigrants to meet labour shortages in key industries like IT. But are poor countries losing out? Much attention - especially in the UK - has been focused on the controversy over the growing numbers of asylum seekers. ... More

MCI exam no longer mandatory
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MCI exam no longer mandatory for medicos with foreign degrees Medical students who obtained over 50 per cent marks in their Class 12 exams in India before acquiring a medical degree from a recognised foreign university need not take any further exam of the Medical Council of India (MCI) before starting their medical practice in the country. This was clarified by the Union Health Minister, Sushma Swaraj in the Rajya Sabha recently. ... More

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