Rabies Disease Control Strategy?

Rabies Disease Control Strategy?

This video is on what is Rabies disease, how can it be controlled, what all steps government is taking to decrease the incidence of death rate from this disease. It also explains what issues government are facing in order to cater the needs of the people, how the classification of bite given by WHO can help in  treating  the victims of rabies disease. We also get to know how vaccines and Immunoglobulins help in treating the patient of Rabies disease and where can the normal patient get this free of cost.

Dr. Jugal Kishore

Dr. Jugal Kishore is a medical educator and public health expert did his secondary school education from Jamia Milia Islamia. He is part of development of various departments particularly Community Medicine in BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences in Nepal and the Center for Occupational & Environmental Health at Lok Nayak Hospital, New Delhi. His more than 200 research papers are published in journals in magazines and in dailies. He is authored two dozen books and many chapters and pamphlets on public health, national programs, social reform and rationality. He is member of many expert groups of health planning and implementation of the government. He is the recipient of "RashtryaEktaPuruskar", "Dr. S Radhakrishnan Memorial Teacher Award 2007" and in 2009l, President Appreciation Award in 2016 and also "ChikitsaRatan" in 2016. His scientific and rational outlook attracts international body and made him Hony. Director of Center for Inquiry Delhi, Founder of Sabasva foundation and Kishore Foundation and Secretary General of Indian Association for Adolescent Health. His mission is to liberate the man through education and development of public health.

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