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Over 50,000 doctors have benefitted from the 16 live programs that have been broadcast so far
The state government's program is bringing novel treatment methods and up-to-date health information.(Representational image: Unsplash)
The state government's program is bringing novel treatment methods and up-to-date health information.(Representational image: Unsplash)

The state government's "Shukrawar ki Shaam, Doctor ke Naam" program is bringing novel treatment methods and up-to-date health information to healthcare providers in outlying areas, greatly enhancing the state's healthcare system.


Partha Sarthi Sen Sharma, principal secretary, medical, health and family welfare department, revealed this in a news release on Sunday.

"Shukrawar ki Sham, Doctor ke Naam" is a live program that the health and family welfare department established to enhance the state's healthcare system and offer people high-quality treatment.

Partha Sarthi Sen Sharma, principal secretary, medical, health and family welfare department

Senior public health professionals can share their knowledge with all state doctors using this platform.

Senior public health professionals can share their knowledge with all state doctors using this platform. (Representational image: Unsplash)
Senior public health professionals can share their knowledge with all state doctors using this platform. (Representational image: Unsplash)
The state government's program is bringing novel treatment methods and up-to-date health information.(Representational image: Unsplash)
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Over 50,000 doctors have benefitted from the 16 live programs that have been broadcast so far.

Significant health issues like cardiology, diabetes, high-risk pregnancy, hypertension, neonatal care, managing diarrhea, cervical cancer screening, immunization, infectious illnesses, oral health and hygiene, and many more have been covered through this program.

The knowledge acquired from this training is proving useful in treating patients, according to Dr. Syed Mohammad Abbas of Maholi CHC in Sitapur. According to Ruchika Sharma, the program offers health-related information in simple language.

(Input from various sources)

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The state government's program is bringing novel treatment methods and up-to-date health information.(Representational image: Unsplash)
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