Dr Bala talks about the current developments in digital learning in healthcare and also weighs in on what needs to change for the future.
India has been rightly called as the “Diabetes Capital of the World” in recent times. Truly, with more than 50-60 million people suffering from Type-2 diabetes, it is not only an alarming fact that raises a lot of eyebrows but a matter of grave concern for both the healthcare authorities of the country and the nation as a whole.
Though Diabetes Mellitus is one of the most discussed ailments all across the globe but the awareness in India, is relatively low.That is why here an attempt is made to bring to you the most significant facts related to this condition and preventive measures that should be adopted by every diabetic to lead a normal and healthy life.
Healthcare education in India is a critical part of the evolving healthcare system of India. Though there have been many advances in medical technology, have the medical colleges adopted advanced technologies to produce the physicians of the future? To know the answers we spoke to Dr Lalit Singh, MS General Surgery, Director Content and Product Strategy at Elsevier.