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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Abstract Open-ended interviews with providers, administrative staff and patients in one teaching hospital and two peripheral hospitals in Mumbai were conducted to investigate the triggers...

  Ensuring the safety of doctors and training them to improve personal relations with patients and their relatives were among the recommendations made by the...

When an ailing 75-year-old woman succumbed to heart failure after two weeks in intensive care, it fell to young physician Sandeep Amale to break...

  Women working in health professions have a rate of suicide which is three times higher than those in other occupations, says a new Australian...

A young boy peered into the dissection room at New York Hospital in post-colonial Manhattan only to see medical student John Hicks, Jr. pick...

Along with money, health and relationships, job strain is one of the most common causes of stress in the United States. That job strain...