We Can Reduce Maternal Deaths.Inspiration from First Lady Mrs Margaret Kenyatta
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The health of mothers has long been acknowledged to be a cornerstone of public health and attention to unacceptably high level of maternal mortality has been a feature of global health and development discussions since the 1980s. However, although a few countries have made remarkable progress in recent years, the reality has not generally followed the rhetoric.
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Doctors Working With The Dead For A Living
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The sports bar is buzzing with the English Premier League crowd when Dr Ochieng’s mobile phone rings. It’s an investigation officer with the National Police Service, but before he can say more, Dr Ochieng is ready. Reaching for the change of clothing he always carries with him when he is on call, he swaps his open shoes for a pair of sturdy shoes, and travels to where a dead body awaits.
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Changing world of doctors 2015
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“A policeman’s lot is not a happy one.” Gilbert and Sullivan’s well-known conclusion from the Pirates of Penzance clearly applies to physicians as well – globally The reasons are well known. Government, Private hospitals and insurance company edicts on how to treat patients, declining reimbursements, ever increasing costs to run a practice, endless paperwork requirements, constant time pressures and a hostile legal environment all combine to make the modern day physician’s lot a truly unhappy one of operatic proportions. The impact of declining government-run health care has dis-empowered physicians, leaving them disillusioned.
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2 Unsung heros & Martyrs of Ebola the doctors and frontline workers
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For the world and all of us there is one consolation: the knowledge that while Ebola may have killed Dr
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Healthcare Worker Drug and Substance Abuse Problem
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What happens when those who care for you have trouble caring for themselves? “I recently joined a communal, long- standing
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