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October-December  2022 |  Vol 66 |  Issue  4    RSS Feed Table of Contents
Editorial
  Digital technology for improving health
  The concept of digital health in the form of images and telemedicine has been used for the last 100 years. However, since the 1990s, the U. S. National Academy of Medicine began recommending the com...
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Dr B C Dasgupta Memorial Oration
  Post-COVID-19 pandemic public health: Issues and challenges in India
  COVID-19 was an unexpected public health emergency. The key positive features of the Indian health system were demonstrated during the pandemic. Postpandemic is the time to introspect. Various issue...
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Dr. J E Park Memorial Oration
  Looking back to move forward: A travel rule underlined by the current pandemic
  Learning from the past – is easier said than done. In this narrative, “travel” refers to the forward movement of the society at large on the path of health and development. It is s...
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Dr. K. N. Rao Memorial Oration Paper
  Maternal Mortality Perspective: A Success Story of Maharashtra
  Maternal health is one of the priority areas for the Public Health Department of the state of Maharashtra to improve women's health status and further reduce preventable maternal deaths. Maharas...
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