But they’re all in the public sector. Interesting, I would have expected that the private sector would keep pace with all these other demographic changes (more med school graduates, aging population, greater need for specialists) — but it seems like they are all going to the public sector despite the lower salary etc.
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‘A doctor who always operated on ear, irrespective of problem’: Role of media in Fortis and Max hospital Delhi incidents
During my days as medical student, we laughed at a story wherein a doctor always operated on patient’s ear for all their ailments. Whatever may be the problem in the body, it was only the ear which received the cut always. 317 more words
The Mekong River is an economic engine for fishermen and a food source for millions of people worldwide. Nearly 100 hydropower dams are planned for construction along tributaries off the river’s 2,700-mile stretch, which flows through Burma, China, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and Cambodia. 385 more words
Excitonium has a team of researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign… well… excited! Professor of Physics Peter Abbamonte and graduate students Anshul Kogar and Mindy Rak, with input from colleagues at Illinois, University of California, Berkeley, and University of Amsterdam, have proven the existence of this enigmatic new form of matter, which has perplexed scientists since it was first theorized almost 50 years ago. 828 more words