|HEAL THE HEALERS!
by super7 - 20377 reads, based on 25 votes
Doctors are regarded as next to god. They are the pillars of our health-care system. Yet a doctor has to face many hazards during his long working hours which many a times he himself is not aware about. He/she becomes a subject to many occupational disorders which have to be addressed & their importance & awareness has to be inculcated in every health care professional....
|How to Design Questionnaire for Use in Epidemiologial Research and Surveys
by shuvo - 10672 reads, based on 7 votes
Questionnaire are used in all forms of epidemiological studies to measure exposure both to possible causal agents ( eg. exposure to alcohol) and to confounding variables ( e.g. gender). The questionnaire may also be used to measure outcomes in cross-sectional studies ( e.g. disease status). Some technical aspects are of immense importance for designing of the useful questionnaires. The following principles need to be considered in designing questionnaire....
|How to Write a Research Proposal
by shuvo - 96587 reads, based on 79 votes
Hope the following piece will be of help to budding researchers in medicine.
Typical components of a research proposal:
Background: Problem identification, problem definition and problem justification
Goals and objective
Research questions and hypothesis
Plan for interpretation
Plan for dissemination
|Welcome to The Nanosphere!
by superashdoc - 10175 reads, based on 20 votes
Year 2025 A.D.
A 55 year old man enters the consulting room of a Cardiologist ."Hello Mr.Naidu,"the doctor greets smilingly,"What brings you here today?"."O nothing too serious doctor",Naidu replies nonchalantly,"Had an inferior wall myocardial infarct an hour ago."So saying he indicates a palm sized monitor on his belt....
|RxPG Interview with Darshan Nayak, Final MBBS, Student Researcher
by drani - 23991 reads, based on 75 votes
Darshan Nayak, a final year MBBS student of Grant Medical College, Mumbai
recently featured in a news article on page 4 of Times of India, in connection
with a research project on artificial retina. This evoked my curiosity and I
managed to track him down and convince him for a short interview. (I know him
through a common friend since a couple of months).
Over a cup of coffee in Indian library canteen, in those few hours, Darshan came
across to me as an extremely modest, sincere and focused human being. His
friends describe him as a chirpy, outgoing and very optimistic guy. But, he
chooses to call himself “passionate”. Yes that’s the right word to describe him,
I agree. ...