Govt to appoint 114 Civil Judges

Govt to select 114 Civil JudgesThe council will work under the total supervision of the Department of Medical Education and Research as holds true in other statesm consisting of HP and Andhra Pradesh. The Director General or Director, Medical Education and Research Department will be the …See all stories on this subject Previous Sarnia General […]

By |January 3rd, 2017|GMC|0 Comments

Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill: Doctors, parents of medical aspirants raise concern over exit test for MBBS graduates

Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill: Physicians, moms and dads of medical candidates raise concern over exit test for MBBS graduatesThe draft, which has been passed by Parliament, is open to feedback from public. MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS and parents of medical aspirants in the state have raised issues over the Indian Medical Council (Change) Bill, presented by […]

By |January 2nd, 2017|GMC|0 Comments

GMC statement about RCGP's revalidation guidance

GMC declaration about RCGP’s revalidation guidanceCommenting in reaction to the Royal College of General Practitioners’ upgraded revalidation assistance, Niall Dickson, President of the General Medical Council, stated: ‘Revalidation should be a positive challenge for medical professionals, not a problem, which is why we welcome this brand-new guidance from the RCGP. This simplifies and clarifies the […]

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GP services on the verge of collapse, warns Shropshire doctor

GP services on the edge of collapse, alerts Shropshire physicianDr Mary McCarthy, a GP at Belvidere Medical Practice in Shrewsbury, expressed her concerns following concerns raised by Helen Stokes-Lampard, chairwoman of the Royal College of GPs Council. Dr Stokes-Lampard said general practice was “skating on thin ice” amid warnings clients might face a wait of […]

By |December 31st, 2016|GMC|0 Comments

Attorney-General sued over inhumane prison conditions

Attorney-General sued over inhumane prison conditions3 lawyers have sued the Attorney-General, Marietta Appiah-Oppong, for exactly what they say are inhumane and degrading conditions at the nation detention centres. Martin Kpebu, Francis Ontoyin and Nana Akwasi Awuah desire the Supreme Court to cause the federal government to explain its failure to separate toilet centers at the […]

By |December 31st, 2016|GMC|0 Comments