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India: MCI\'s New Course Lands in Emergency


In a classic case of putting the cart before the horse, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has been insisting that faculty teaching postgraduate courses in emergency medicine (EM) must have at least two years training in the field, knowing fully well that being a newly identified specialty, there is no way anyone could have been trained in the country in a recognised course. Thanks to this insistence, most medical colleges that started the PG course and students who joined them are being harassed by recognition being withheld. Colleges trying to start the course are denied permission too.
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India: AHPI & SEMI launch National Cardiac Life Support Programme in Narayana Health City


Bengaluru: Association of Health Care Providers India (AHPI) and Society for Emergency Medicine, India (SEMI) have launched the National Cardiac Life support programme in the Narayana Health City, Bengaluru.\r\nModeled on the lines of international courses conducted in USA, the ‘Make in India’ programme has been conceptualized adopting the valid international guidelines and adapting to unique scenarios that occur in India. Hosted at Narayana Health City and launched by Dr Devi Shetty, Chairman –Narayana Health along with Dr Alexander Thomas, President – AHPI, the national level programme, aims to host the training in a
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India: Dial 108 Server Glitch Leaves Hundreds Gasping in Hour of need


Bhopal: A major glitch in the Dial 108 server left the ambulance service across the state critically choked for around five hours on the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday.\r\nThe snap forced to put at least one hundred emergency calls on hold. Patients had to take the neighbouring services such as auto-rickshaws to reach hospitals, sources said.
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India: Mumbaiís Free Ambulance Service under Cost Cloud


Mumbai: 108, the popular free ambulance-on-call service that claims to have changed the way emergencies are handled, has run into rough weather again.\r\nThree years after its launch, questions are being raised about the terms of the contract. Additionally, the state finance department is growing uncomfortable with its high operational cost—it pays Rs 245 crore to the contractor of the service annually.
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India: Trauma Centres on Haryana Highways at Every 60 KM


Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced on 6 April that Trauma centre will be set-up on highways after every 60 Km to provide immediate medical aid to accident victims.\r\n“Presently 7 Trauma centres are functioning in the State Highways and it has been proposed that 12 new trauma centres will be setup” He said here on 6 April.
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