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Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences
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http://www.ijbamr.com
About Me
Hi ... I am Dr MC Tayade currently working as Associate Professor in Physiology at Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences , Loni in India .
Following are my expertise & responsibilities.

Author of " Textbook for Medical Bioethics , Attitude & Communications"
By CBS Publishers .

BEST SELLER BOOK OF YEAR

Executive Editor , Pravara Medical Review
Executive Editor , Indian J of Basic & Applied Medical Research
Managing Editor , Applied Physiology & Anatomy Digest
Executive Editor , International J of Healthcare & Biomedical Research

Resource expert - Medical Bioethics , Communication skills , Medical Education ,Medical statistics , Research Methodology

Expertise clinical skills - AFT , EMG & NCV

Expertise - SPSS , Systat & Photoshop

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Fundamental ethical issues in unnecessary surgical procedures

Posted on January 14, 2017 at 12:30am 0 Comments

In clinical practice performing unnecessary surgical procedures is inconsistent with ethical practice because all surgical procedures carry definitely some degree of risk. Every year millions of patients go under knife, but many of them are enduring great pain and shelling out thousands and dollars for surgeries they don’t really need. The estimated figure for the unnecessary surgical operations varies from 30%-70%. It is observed that majority of surgeons perform…

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Bioethics education in Preclinical medical curriculum in India

Posted on January 14, 2017 at 12:27am 0 Comments

Nowadays medical ethics education has become a universal component of undergraduate formal medical training in most countries. From the standpoint of vertical integration, medical ethics should be taught step by step throughout preclinical and clinical education.  However, examples of well-integrated ethics programmers, quite often found in the literature, are mostly limited to Western industrialized countries.1 Significant progress has been made in developing the place of ethics…

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