Can creating a sustainable appointment system reduce the current chaos in a government-run hospital?

  For many efficient health care providers, one of the critical challenges is to manage daily chaos of outpatient department at government-run hospitals. Unfortunately, a lot of time and energy wasted of a health practitioner to organize disarray of impatience people. Although, a medical person is not the sole responsible person to handle the flood of people, however, in real life practice doctors are unnecessary … Continue reading Can creating a sustainable appointment system reduce the current chaos in a government-run hospital?

In the shadow of a glass and more

  It all started with the habit of having one or two glasses of wine during my college days. I was a go-getter and a smart young man with friends all around. I was proud to get my first salaried job after just completing my teens. Life was a blessing, and everything was near perfect. Going to the office, coming back with success stories, and … Continue reading In the shadow of a glass and more

The Unwanted

  I am a nineteen-year-old girl from northeast India. Unlike other girls in the country who are pursuing a career and shaping their future, I am married with a one-month-old baby. I was born into a low-income family as the eldest of three siblings. Despite our poverty, I would say that we were a happy family until ‘the unwanted’ secretly crept into my father’s life. … Continue reading The Unwanted