WHO to Include Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani Morbidity Codes

The ICD series by WHO serves as a global standard for classifying diseases, providing a common language for health information. While the existing data primarily reflects modern biomedical practices, the upcoming ICD 11 TM Module …

SMART 2.0 Launched For Ayurveda Teaching Professionals

SMART 2.0 is an acronym for ‘Scope for Mainstreaming Ayurveda Research among Teaching professionals.’ It aims to facilitate robust clinical studies in priority areas of Ayurveda through collaboration with academic institutions and hospitals nationwide. Academic …

MedTech Mitra Launched To Empower Innovators in Healthcare

Acknowledging the import dependency of India’s MedTech sector, which stands at 80%, the Minister underscored the progress made through production-linked incentive schemes, investments in medical drug parks, and the implementation of the MedTech research policy …

Directives on Healthcare Professionals’ Involvement in E-Cigarette and HTP Research

The directive emphasizes that healthcare professionals associated with the NMC and IMA should refrain from initiating or participating in any research activities related to e-cigarettes and HTPs without obtaining the necessary approvals from the Directorate …

New Regulations Set Standards for Medical Research in Indian System of Medicine

These regulations aim to ensure the highest standards in conducting medical research within the Indian System of Medicine, promoting ethical practices, transparency, and scientific rigor. Researchers and stakeholders are expected to adhere to these guidelines …

NMC Calls for Expertise in Developing Specialized Medical Library

The success of this initiative relies on the collaborative efforts of experts in the field, and the NMC is confident that their commitment and knowledge will contribute significantly to the establishment of a world-class resource …

India and Netherlands Collaborate on Medical Product Regulation

India and Netherlands have formalized their commitment to enhance medical product regulation and elevate the quality of healthcare services through a Memorandum of Intent (MoI). The collaboration aims to foster cooperation in pharmaceutical and medical …

Govt. of Delhi modifies Conditions for Establishing New Physiotherapy Courses

The amendment states that performance guarantee, furnished by institutions desirous of starting a new or higher course, must be valid for 5 years and be renewable after the expiry of this period. Additionally, renewal of …

Union Health Secretary Stresses Importance of “One Health” Approach to Combat Zoonotic Diseases

During the conclave, the Union Health Secretary highlighted the growing concern of zoonotic diseases, which affect both humans and animal health, and the need for a comprehensive approach to address this issue. 75% of newly …

Department of Health Research mandates Registration of Ethics Committees for Medical and Health Research

The National Medical Commission (NMC) has announced that the Department of Health Research (DHR) has informed that all Ethics Committees associated with Medical and Health Research involving human participants must be registered with the department. …

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