This is the second part of my two part blog series abou…
ACCESS Health International President and Chairman William A. Haseltine and Chang Liu, Managing Director for Singapore, Mainland China, and Hong Kong, were featured speakers at the launch of a new conference on aging on October 8, in Hong Kong.
Last week, I attended a symposium featuring Dr. Atul Gawande, organized by the New Jewish Home.
“Very early in my life, living in Hanamkonda, I decided that I wanted to be an engineer. My father was a driver in the Indian railways, and my mother was a homemaker. Nursing, for me, happened by chance."
“Life started for me in a small town in Andhra Pradesh."
This weekly blog series is a roundup of recent news items and developments that I found interesting and would like to share.
“I was born and raised in Kurnool, a city in Andhra Pradesh. I have had a deep and abiding interest in education since my childhood."
“The story of how and why I became a nurse starts with pain."
On August 22 and 23, Dr. Anunaya Jain and Dr. Sreeraj Sasi conducted a workshop on process mapping at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh.
Stay Young Navigators is a community based program that trains active agers to help their peers manage their health by serving as liaisons for health services, community resources, and financial assistance programs.