HEALTHCARE | Staff Reporter, India

India's failing public health sector is hurting doctors

Doctors are attacked in undermanned overcrowded hospitals.

The Financial Times reported that at New Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India’s premier public hospital, junior doctors have just added a course to their training: taekwondo, the Korean martial art. The aim is to give young doctors the requisite techniques to defend themselves, should they be attacked while on duty at the overcrowded, undermanned hospital.

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