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Editorial (Dr SS Agarwal, Dr K K Aggarwal)
18th May 2016
Government releases Draft National Policy for Women 2016
 
The government has released draft National Policy for Women 2016 for stakeholder comments and consultations almost a decade and half since the National Policy for Empowerment of Women, 2001 was formulated. The document is available on the website of the Ministry of Women and Child Development.
 
The Policy was released at a press conference in the capital by Smt Maneka Gandhi, Union Minister for Women and Child Development. The broad objective of the policy is to create a conducive socio-cultural, economic and political environment to enable women enjoy de jure and de facto fundamental rights and realize their full potential. The priority areas as defined in the draft National Policy for women are:
  • Health including food security and nutrition: Focus on recognizing women’s reproductive rights, shift of family planning focus also to males, addressing health issues in a life cycle continuum  such as psychological and general well-being, health care challenges related to nutrition/ hygiene  of adolescents, geriatric health care, expansion of health insurance schemes and under-nutrition
  • Education: Improve access to pre-primary education, enrolment and retention of adolescent girls, implement innovative transportation models for better schooling outcomes, advocate gender champions and address disparities with regard to ICTs.
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IMA to organise a public health awareness webcast in association with Heart Care Foundation of India
from 3:30 - 4 pm every Thursday
 
An extension of its on-going weekly webcast for medical professionals, which is attended by over 5000 doctors every week
The first consumer awareness webcast on ‘Depression’ to be held in association with Psychiatrist and Trustee of the Live Love Laugh Foundation – Dr Shyam Bhat on May 19, 2016
 
New Delhi, May 17, 2016: The Indian Medical Association in partnership with National NGO Heart Care Foundation of India (HCFI) in a first of its kind initiative will be conducting weekly webcasts every Thursday from 3:30-4pm to raise preventive health awareness amongst the general public. Any person from around the globe can log on to these webcasts by visiting the IMA, HCFI or IJCP Group’s websites. They can also post their questions online or send a text message to 9811090206, 9810118256 and have them answered live. 
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