Maha govt to set-up committee to toughen Anti-Ragging Act

 Soon the Anti-Ragging Act in Maha will be strengthened. The government is deliberating to toughen the act, after the unfortunate incident of Dr Payal Tadvi’s suicide at the hostel in Nair Hospital. The committee will also look into the student-teacher relationship and communication aspect. The members who are appointed to this committee are Praveen Dixit […]

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In light of Dr Payal Tadvi’s case, Nair Hospital holds discussion on workplace harassment

The doctors and panellist of esteemed members as responsible fellow professional shared the forum and discussed this grave topic of workplace harassment in the medical field, its existence, its impact and precautionary measures to avoid any further adversities. The event started with the question of Existence of workplace harassment; Is it there? Or we still […]

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IMA establishes fact-finding committee to investigate Dr Payal Tadvi’s suicide case

As a cohesive effort to ascertain the social and hierarchical dimensions and the dynamics inside the medical profession, the Indian Medical Association (IMA), a national voluntary organisation of doctors of the modern scientific system of medicine, today (June 3) constituted a fact-finding mission committee to evaluate the background situation and the critical factors that led […]

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Why a ‘psychological autopsy’ is a must in Dr Payal Tadvi’s suicide case

The sad demise of Dr Payal Tadvi has raised many questions? There are many inquiry committees appointed such as by the Nair Hospital, Mumbai Police, Indian Medical Association, and others. The committees are investigating the allegations, and the media has seized of the issue. The police will look at the ‘criminal’ angles and abetment, on […]

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Mumbai: Anti-ragging committees to be upgraded in response to Dr Tadvi’s suicide case

A decision was taken at the Standing Committee meeting which was held on Friday, May 31. Keeping in mind, the unfortunate incidents and the recent developments taking place, the BMC decided to look at matters from the grassroots level. While speaking at meeting, Yashvant Jadhav, the Standing Committee President, stated, “The case of Dr Payal […]

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