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Temperature Mapping « Coolpac

Temperature Mapping « Coolpac | cold chain | Scoop.it
Coolpac offers temperature mapping services for GMP applications. Temperature mapping for pharmaceutical. warehouses, fridges and freezers.
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‘MCI’s no-advertising rule for doctors won’t work in the digital age’: Health.India.com

‘MCI’s no-advertising rule for doctors won’t work in the digital age’: Health.India.com | cold chain | Scoop.it

Recently, the Maharashtra Medical Council issued a warning to five doctors for advertising their practices, which is illegal according to the Code of Medical Ethics of the Medical Council of India. This move raises a lot of questions about whether it’s an infringement of the rights of both the doctors and patients in this new digital age. Shouldn’t doctors, who’ve worked long and hard to get where they are be allowed to market their skills? Or is it completely against the Hippocratic Oath that doctors treat their profession like any other commercial venture? (Have your say: Should doctors be allowed to advertise?)

According to the Code of Medical Ethics, ‘Soliciting of patients directly or indirectly, by a physician, by a group of physicians or by institutions or organisations is unethical. A physician shall not make use of him / her as subject of any form or manner of advertising or publicity through any mode either alone or in conjunction with others which is of such a character as to invite attention to him or to his professional position, skill, qualification, achievements, attainments, specialities, appointments, associations, affiliations or honours and/or of such character as would ordinarily result in his self-aggrandizement.’


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