My thoughts on how the last few moments of an old film, “Look who’s back” left me quite stirred. The movie is a satire based on a novel by the same name, the premise of which is the aftermath of a cosmic cross-connection due to which Hitler is transmitted to the 2014 world. Continue reading “I can work with this.” Thoughts on the satirical comedy “Look who’s back”
Repost from an old blog post, because it is the time of the year when emails from confused would-be PSM/Community Medicine MDs start trickling into my inbox… Each year, around the time of AIPG counseling, I get a fair number of emails asking about PSM as a career option. These question are mostly from students who have not really considered PSM as a career option, and … Continue reading PSM as a Career Option: #1 Why Choose PSM?
Reflections on recent publications criticising the One Health approach for not having enough cross-sectorality. Continue reading The Abyss Stares Back: Silos in One Health and the Emergent Need to Breach them
A short argument for developing appropriate, sensitive, nation-wide surveillance networks to address the problem of under-reporting of cholera. Continue reading Addressing Cholera Under-Reporting Key to Mounting Proportionate Public Health Response
My reflections on the proceedings of the 3rd meeting of the case management work group of the Global Task Force for Cholera Control, which met in Veyrier du Lac, France, in November, 2018. I spoke about the state of community based management of cholera in India. Continue reading Ending Cholera by 2030: Case Management Remains a Key Priority
My thoughts on a recently published study that looks at the Continue reading Study from Private Hospital Chain Reveals High Mortality in Patients with Multi Drug Resistant Infections