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10th January 2017
International Meet on Combating Air Pollution
on March 10-11, 2017 in New Delhi
Urgent need to address air pollution through Private Public Partnersiph
Environment is the most important social determinant of health, causing morbidity and mortality in a given population. The WHO's comprehensive global assessment of the burden of disease from environmental risks reveals that globally, an estimated 24% of the burden of disease and 23% of all deaths can be attributed to environmental factors.
Further, globally, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) deaths, attributable to air pollution, are amounting to 8.2 million of the total 12.6 million death. NCDs, such as cardiovascular diseases including stroke, cancers and chronic respiratory disease, now claim nearly two-thirds of the total deaths caused by unhealthy environments.
Dr KK Aggarwal
National President IMA and  HCFI
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80% doctors concerned about violence at work: IMA Survey
A survey conducted by IMA for consultant specialist doctors has revealed the frightening epidemic of violence against doctors.
New Delhi, Jan 09, 2017: IMA is committed to promoting and providing a secure environment to healthcare professionals to practice their work. In this regard, a survey was conducted documenting the concerns of consultant specialist doctors regarding increasing incidences of violence and aggressive behaviour aimed at them.
One of the most staggering results of the survey suggests that about 80% of doctors have had to face some degree of violence or aggression from patients and their relatives.
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