Health care approach to prevention of violent radicalisation and terrorism

Violent radicalisation is sweeping the globe with direct and grave consequences on human health culminating in deaths, grievous physical injuries and disastrous psycho-social trauma. Such radicalisati ...

Management of trauma in the era of modern transport and terrorism

Management of trauma is of crucial importance in Bangladesh where thousands die or are maimed by road accidents every year. The importance of trauma management has increased exponentially in the after ...

Human resource planning in health care

Human resource planning is an essential component for any successful health care system, given the fact that two-thirds of the financial resources in the system is put aside for salary and wages of th ...

Clinical governance and its importance

Clinical governance is a systematic approach to maintaining and improving the quality of patient care within a health system and is essential to improving the standards of health care itself. Cl ...

Bowel cancer: a killer disease

Cancer of the colon and rectum is preventable and if detected early, completely curable, but is causing death, disability and financial ruin in Bangladesh. This is happening because of our failure at ...

Bowel cancer: A killer disease

How it is preventable, treatable and even curable Cancer of the colon and rectum is preventable and if detected early, completely curable. However, it is causing death, disability and financial rui ...

Professor Raqibul Mohammad Anwar

 Professor Raqibul Mohammad Anwar is a Colorectal Surgeon at Bart’s and The Royal London Hospital, Ambassador and Convener of Examinations, The Royal College of Surgeons of England, Colonel, UK Armed Forces (RAMC), and President and CEO of RAHETID (RA Hospital, Education and Training Institute Dhaka)

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