Training And Development

“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.” – Henry Ford The most important aspect of our lives and our work is “continuous learning”. Nobody in the world can stop a person who has willingness to…

#AIDS:IndianStatistics

It is believed that around 1920, a deadly virus crossed species from chimpanzees to humans in Kinshasa (Africa), and led to the beginning of an era full of illness, fear, and discrimination. The deadly virus was called human immune-deficiency virus or HIV. Over decades, the virus slowly spread to other parts of the world, and…

#WorldAIDSday- Getting to Zero

World AIDS Day, 1 Dec was first declared by the World Health Organization and the United Nations General Assembly in 1988. Since then, it has progressively become one of the most successful ‘international days’ for raising awareness on a global issue.  Globally there are an estimated 34 million people who are infected with the HIV…

Training&Development

‘Medical writing’ is a perfect amalgamation of science and art. As a medical writer, one has to maintain a good balance between the technicality of science and art of communicating with the readers via words. Other than the basic requisite of knowledge of therapeutic areas, and command over the language; medical writing requires an understanding…

# VaccineHesitancy

As described by the WHO, immunization is the process whereby a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease, typically by the administration of a vaccine. Vaccines stimulate the body’s own immune system to protect the person against subsequent infection or disease. In simpler terms, vaccination is your best shot for health. Therefore,…

Diabetes Tech Advancemnents

Over the years there are many technological advancements that came into light in the treatment of diabetes. These technological advancements in diabetes care helped from the discovery, production of insulin till the development of less painful ways to deliver it to the patients. Technological developments will continue and probably even increase, as the epidemic of…

#Biostatistics

Clinical studies are conducted to test the drugs and medical devices in humans before their approval and availability for the commercial market. To understand the results of clinical studies, clinical research professionals need to use statistical analysis. Biostatistics helps them to understand the different aspects of the study which enable to interpret the results of…

#DiabetesAwarenessMonth

Reduce your risk today: Eat healthy, Walk more and Weigh less Lifestyle modification for prevention of diabetes mellitus Structured programs that emphasize lifestyle changes for preventing diabetes are recommended by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for people at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes. These include: Dietary strategies including low intake of dietary fat…

#PublicationEthics

Publishing the results of a study completes the research conducted. As mentioned by EH Miller, “If it was not published, it was not done”. Although there are numerous guidelines and checklists that one follows under the publication cycle, following publication ethics is of top priority. Every aspect of publishing a manuscript is guided by ethical…