This webcast focuses on environmental health issues , occupational health, biomedical waste management and its new rules. This video shows that IMA has come up with 10 points every doctors/GPs should know about environmental health, occupational health and biomedical waste. It also gives us the information about how air pollution, mobile phones and ozone gas leads to environmental health issues and what precautions should be taken to control it.
Additional Director at Directorate of Health Services, Govt. of Delhi
Additional Director (Bio Medical Waste Management & Environment Management), Directorate of Health Services, Govt. of Delhi. MD (Microbiology) - Lady Hardinge Medical College, Delhi University, MBBS- University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi University, PG Diploma in Environment & Sustainable Development – IGNOU, December 2011 – Present: Supervision and coordination of bio medical waste management activities at the hospital level and at the district level in the entire state of Delhi. The bio medical waste management activities are strengthened through IEC and continuous trainings. Past: Chief Medical Officer at G.B. Pant Hospital, December 1995 - December 2011.
Director, Occupational and Environmental Programme
Dr. T.K. Joshi, Director, Occupational and Environmental Programme. MBBS, MS, MSc (Occupational Medicine, London), Cer. OEM (UCSF), DLSHTM (Occ. Health) U.K., FFOM (Royal College of Physicians, London). Visiting Professor Drexel University, School of Public Health, Philadelphia. He was a visiting research fellow at London, School of Hygiene, at TUC Centenary Institute of Occupational Health. He has been a Director, Occupational & Environmental Health Programme at COEH, First Indain Physican elected Fellow by Collegium Ramazzini. He has been associated with several leading corporate organizations and trade unions. He has national and international experience and is an acknowledged expert in the field. Dr. T.K Joshi is specialized in occupational and environmental medicine, an area which has a global shortage of specialists including North America and Europe.