Category: Health Policy and Management
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June 2, 2020
The novel coronavirus has devastated global order, placed public healthcare systems under duress, and prompted massive mobilisation of monetary aid and kind. This article is a speculation on the trajectory foreign monetary aid could take for COVID-19 considering the patterns HICs and LMICs have set during another significant global epidemic, Tuberculosis. The article analyses comparable years of state responses to TB with COVID-19 and studies the underlying political considerations behind foreign aid distribution.
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May 13, 2020
Are the Indian regulations and legislative frameworks equipped to combat the COVID-19 crisis? This article locates the responsive measures to COVID-19 in India in its two central legislations and analyses the gaps in regulations that renders the response to the pandemic non-democratic and inadequate. Alok Arunam proposes to drive a shift in the notion and understanding of security from a macro to a micro perspective, rooted in the security of individuals and communities
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April 23, 2020
With a doctor-patient ratio of 1:1248, and only 1.5 nurses available per thousand patients, India’s race to flatten the curve of the coronavirus pandemic is a steep uphill battle. The urgency of the situation calls for an immediate planning for effective capacity utilization of health professionals. Rhythm Behl illustrates two methods that can help.

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