4305Re: [iapsm_youthmembers] Re: Veena Rao in BMJ: Veena Rao: Should under-nutrition in India be addressed as a population issue?
- Sep 3, 2012YesA pandora's box opened. Does a ton of degrees and holding top posts, being member of umpteen committees.. make some one expert. Just becos someone happens to be in delhi....sometimes even dregrees dont give aptitude and committment....I have seen politicians and administrators to be more sensible and pro people at many times...what benefit have medical conferences given to the community.. let's introspect....ANY DIRECTION TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH?Dr RK SoodOn Mon, Sep 3, 2012 at 11:24 PM, Jugal Kishore <drjugalkishore@...> wrote:
Dear Dr. Umesh KapilThis is not only true for in field of Public Health Nutrition but also for whole public health. Everybody is expert in public health so is the status of it in India.--On Mon, Sep 3, 2012 at 7:44 AM, Prof. Umesh Kapil <umeshkapil@...> wrote:The nutritional status of children / mothers / commnuinty is outcome of Horizontal Development of a community .In India , everyone considers that he can be expert in field of Public Health Nutrition irrespective of his qualifications.They decide policy issues . It is sad but TRUEDr. Umesh Kapil
Prof. Jugal Kishore.
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