Important Points about BRHC-BRHS-BRMS

BRHC Refers to Bachelor of Rural Health Care

BRHS Refers to Bachelor of Rural Health Services

BRMS Refers to Bachelor of Rural Medicine and Surgery

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Village Doctor : Rural MBBS : Medical Council of India approves 3-and-a-half-year medical course : BSc in Community Health

Village Doctor : Rural MBBS : Medical Council of India approves 3-and-a-half-year medical course : BSc in Community Health -oOo- The Planning Commission’s high level expert group has strongly backed the all new health cadre and said that as a career progression incentive, they should be promoted to the level of public health officers after […]

No BRHS BRMS BRHC BRHCC Rural MBBS : ‘Rural docs’ plan may not take off

Aimed at meeting the shortage of doctors in rural areas, the proposed course — bachelor of rural health care course (BRHCC / Rural MBBS / BRHS / BRHC / BRMS ) — seems to have run into trouble with the Medical Council of India (MCI) exploring other options to tackle the problem of shortage of […]

Denying Qualified Doctors to Villagers :( by labeling ill trained paramedics as doctors

From http://www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?277222 RURAL MEDICAL ASSISTANTS Not Quite The Good Doc, But The Better Bets RMAs are filling an essential gap. If only medical practitioners would cooperate… LOLA NAYAR The heated debate over the creation of a rural healthcare cadre is far from over. Opposed by medical practitioners, the health ministry’s plans to start a four-year Bachelors […]

Centre yet to prescribe ‘doctor’ tag for rural healthcare grads

From http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_centre-yet-to-prescribe-doctor-tag-for-rural-healthcare-grads_1344458 While the union government has decided to go with the Medical Council of India’s (MCI) proposal to introduce a Bachelor of Rural Healthcare (BRHC) course, it is yet to be finalised whether BRHC graduates will be able to call themselves ‘doctors’. After the two-day meeting held by the MCIconcluded on February 5 in […]

West Bengal passed the controversial Rural Health Regulatory Authority Bill 2009

The West Bengal government on Dec 2009 passed the controversial Rural Health Regulatory Authority Bill 2009 in the state assembly by majority vote. In doing so, the state government created a precedence in the sense that it over-ruled thereby the collective decision that was taken by the Left Front to send the bill to the […]

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