Snakebite remains a major public health challenge in many parts of rural Africa, Asia and South America. Available estimates suggest that… Read more Quality of WHO guidelines on snakebite: the neglect continues
Guideline development has changed internationally with greater stress on the use of rigorous, transparent and evidence-based methods. Guideline development in… Read more Poor quality of Indian clinical practice guidelines : academic elitism, capacity gaps and poor governance key factors
Mammalian bite wounds are a very common clinical problem across the world. Systematic reviews have been conducted to address the… Read more Primary closure versus delayed or no closure for traumatic wounds due to mammalian bite
…Politicians, policy makers and the general public in India are prejudiced by the traditional notion that “sinners deserve neither mercy… Read more Health and beyond…strategies for a better India: using the “prison window” to reach disadvantaged groups in primary care
It is common for family physicians in developing nations like India to encounter patients whose profession demands sedentary lifestyle. Such… Read more Are interventions to reduce sitting at workplace effective?
A transparent and evidence-based priority-setting process promotes the optimal use of resources to improve health outcomes. Decision-makers and funders have… Read more Ethics and equity in research priority-setting: stakeholder engagement and the needs of disadvantaged groups
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) together contribute to the largest burden of morbidity (14% of disability-adjusted… Read more Cost-effectiveness of interventions to control cardiovascular diseases and type 2 diabetes mellitus in South Asia: