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Life before the ‘Touch Screen’ Era
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Life before the ‘Touch Screen’ Era

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD Last night I happened to attend a CME. Now, this acronym which may seem a little unknown to most people, stands for ‘Continuing Medical Education’ and it denotes an educational activity that involves lectures, seminars or workshops which give doctors an opportunity to refresh and update their knowledge in…

Dismal Theatre Scene in Mysuru
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Dismal Theatre Scene in Mysuru

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD My recent article about the play ‘Barff’ which I attended at Chowdaiah Memorial Hall in Bengaluru and my own experience while attending a medical conference, which was similar to that of the main character in the play, has drawn many responses from readers. While all of them have written…

A Tale of Three Conferences!
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A Tale of Three Conferences!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD Last fortnight I happened to be in Bengaluru with my family on a weekend visit. We were there with a two-fold purpose. While I was there to attend an International Conference on Diabetes, my family was there to get its weekend dose of relaxation and rest! My daughter, Sarah…

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