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Bangladesh: Interns Shut DMCH Emergency

Internee doctors at Dhaka Medical College Hospital have shut down the main gate of the emergency department as part of their protest to an alleged assault on a fellow intern.\r\nThey also started demonstrating at the emergency area from 9:30pm on 4 February demanding punishment of the relatives of a patient who assaulted a fellow intern, DMCH police camp Sub-Inspector Bachchu Mia has said.

Hong Kong: Hong Kong needs Dozens More Foreign Doctors, Health Minister Says

Hong Kong’s health minister says the public hospital authority should recruit dozens more doctors from overseas and give them longer contracts to relieve a manpower shortage.\r\nDr Ko Wing-man said there was a shortage of between 200 and 300 medical staff in the public hospital system and that increasing the number of non-local doctors in departments with highest demand, such as in anaesthesiology and accident and emergency wards, would improve the situation.

India: Bali Bhagat Lays Foundation of GMC’s Emergency Extension Block

Jammu: In order to augment  the bed capacity and to handle great rush of patients in the emergency block, Minister for Health & Medical Education, Bali Bhagat laid foundation of Rs 12 crore worth extension and allied works at Government Medical College here on 22 January.\r\nIn the first phase of expansion, capacity of one hundred beds will be added by utilizing the space in the existing Chopra Nursing Home adjoining to the emergency block thus raising the bed capacity from present 234 to 334. 

India: Valakkulam Students to Launch Ambulance Service

Malappuram: A group of students of Valakkulam in Thennala panchayat will launch an ambulance service on 23 January to take care of the needy in the area. It was bought for Rs 4 lakh under the \'Kaniv Home Care\' service with the help of the teachers and alumni of the KHM Higher Secondary School at Valakkulam.\r\nThe selected students of the JRC have been provided basic life support training and medical equipment. The ambulance was bought under the \'Kaniv Home Care\' service with the help of the teachers and alumni of the KHM Higher Secondary School at Valakkulam.

India: Training on Emergency Care and Resuscitation Management

Itanagar: The 2-day training on emergency care and resuscitation management organized by Directorate of Medical Education, T&R, and Naharlagun concluded at Seminar Hall of Tomo Riba Institute of Health & Medical Sciences (TRIHMS) Naharlagun on Friday (20 January) with distribution of certificates to the participants.\r\nDoctors from various districts and TRIHMS and GNM students of Arunachal State Nursing School (ASNS) Naharlagun participated in the crucial training.
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