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Emotional Dialogue between Doctors, Patients Lost in Commercial Era; says UP CM


Emotional Dialogue between Doctors, Patients Lost in Commercial Era; says UP CM

There should be an emotional dialogue between the patients and the doctors. We have lost it in this commercial age. The respect for the doctors has diminished due to priority being given to commercial interests– Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath recently batted for a dialogue between the doctors and the patients, saying it will help them to improve their relationship.

“There should be an emotional dialogue between the patients and the doctors. We have lost it in this commercial age. The respect for the doctors has diminished due to priority being given to commercial interests,” he said.

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Adityanath was addressing the inaugural ceremony of the ‘Smile Mashal Jyoti’ event at his residence here.

He said projects like this bring happiness on the lives of the people and also helps a doctor to present his humane face before his patients.

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“This initiative is an attempt to restore the dialogue between the doctors and the common man,” the chief minister said.

During the programme, he felicitated the children associated with the Smile Foundation. Many doctors from different districts of the state were also felicitated.

Adityanath also released a book on cleft care authored by Dr A K Singh of KGMU, Lucknow, on the occasion.

A Smile Mashal Jyoti rally was also organised at the 1090 intersection here.

The rally was flagged off by Additional Chief Secretary Awanish Awasthi.

An awareness campaign through a street play was also held.

The purpose is to bring smile in the lives of the children born with cleft lips, Awasthi said.

He said special arrangements across the state have been made for the treatment of such children.

Cabinet ministers Ashutosh Tandon and Rajesh Agarwal, Lucknow Mayor Sanyukta Bhatia, senior doctors associated with the Smile Mashal Jyoti programme were present on the occasion.



Source: PTI
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  1. In his state only the MBBS students of GLocal medical college Saharanapur are suffering a lot but no body wants to listen even honourable CM is not bothering about the life and the future of these students.These students have been written 100 of letter to PMO,CM house,DGME and principal secretary of Uttar Pradesh but no positive result came out.
    Now in the last option these students are going to Indefinite hunger strike.
    Hope their this action may open the eyes of these deef officials and our honourable Cheif minister saheb of Uttar Pradesh.

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    Shilpa Agarwal July 20, 2019, 10:22 am

    First we should improve the doctor patient ratio then only we can focus on emotional bonding
    A doctor who is seeing OPD of several hundreds in a day can barely make any emotional bond

  3. Every one is talking about doctors and medical profession as if they have done DM, Mch and Phd. Politicians and bureaucratic involvement is too much and screwing this profession unrepairable .

  4. Yogiji is correct. Once up o a time Doctors see \”GOD\” in patient and patient give respect to the Doctors like a God. But now Doctors are very commercial and treat patients as a ATM machine. So doctors patients relationships is ruined

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    haritej anand khirawari July 17, 2019, 1:19 pm

    dear mr mukesh
    doctors are being dragged to the court of law for every bit of management,so they dont leave any investigation on their part
    & private hospitals are run by corporate houses ,money goes to these businessmens, doctors are just salaried persons there.

  6. That is because patients began identifying themselves as \’customers/consumers\’ of the doctor\’s/ hospital\’s services. Hence doctors have to be well aware of the consumer protection act of India. Some may argue that this is a case of the chicken and the egg.


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