BMJ article on graft in Indian healthcare creates stir Indian Express A British Medical Journal (BMJ) article on corruption in Indian healthcare is creating a flutter in the medical community and policy experts.
BMJ launches patient partnership strategy PharmaTimes Over the past six months, an international panel of patient advisers set up by the British Medical Journal has “stimulated, provoked, steered and supported us to make landmark changes to our...
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