Comment in Indian Express Article on How inhumanly long work hours are killing young doctors, literally

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…..Dr Soumyadeep Bhaumik, Executive Editor, Journal of Family Medicine & Primary Care, says the US-based Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education has recognised long work hours as a safety hazard for interns. “The nation simply cannot afford to lose young doctors due to faulty regulations in place. The results of these studies have implications for medical residency programmes, which routinely schedule physicians to work more than 24 consecutive hours,” Dr Bhaumik said….

Research Makes headlines in page one of national daily-The Statesman

7th March 2013-   Dr. Soumyadeep B’s research study titled “Editorial Policies of MEDLINE Indexed Indian Journals on Clinical Trial Registration”  published in the March 2013 issue of Indian Pediatrics, the journal by Indian Association of Pediatrics ,making the Page One headline in one of the oldest and most respected national daily in India- The Statesman.

Read the full coverage in The Statesman here (Click on here : OPEN ACCESS)

Research Covered in British Medical Journal

Dr. Soumyadeep B’s research published in the latest issue of  Indian Pediatrics has been covered by the British Medical Journal owing to its massive importance in the Indian Medical Publication Arena.

Read the coverage in British medical Journal here (click)

Interview of Dr Soumyadeep Bhaumik in Wiley Asia Blog

Dr. Soumyadeep Bhaumik on Snakebite : a Forgotten problem in Fountain Ink

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In The Times of India :The World’s largest Read English daily

Bridging borders through medical journal

In Health India : One of the largest health portals in India

Indo-Pak docs and researchers come together to launch a medical research journal

In Scepticemia.com : Popular Medical Blog in India

Indo-Pak Medical Students Romance the Border: A JPMS Initiative

                                                                Save the Junior Doctors: Primum Non Nocere  

In Medicalopedia : The Online Encylopedia and Social Media Platform for Medicine

Promoting Writing Culture in the Medical Community

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