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Drug promotional practices in Mumbai: a qualitative study.
We conducted a qualitative study to determine the range of promotional practices influencing drug usage in Mumbai. Open-ended interviews were conducted with 15 senior executives in drug companies, 25Expand
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The Niketa Mehta case: Does the right to abortion threaten disability rights?
  • N. Madhiwalla
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Indian journal of medical ethics
  • 1 October 2008
[ 152 ] The secular public discussion on abortion in India has generally been centred around the need to prevent sex selective abortion because of its social consequences. Abortion has also beenExpand
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  • Open Access
Healthcare in urban slums in India.
  • N. Madhiwalla
  • Medicine
  • The National medical journal of India
  • 1 May 2007
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  • Open Access
The ethics of truth telling
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Identifying disrespect and abuse in organisational culture: a study of two hospitals in Mumbai, India
Abstract This paper draws on findings from a qualitative study of two government hospitals in Mumbai, India, which aimed to provide a better understanding of the institutional drivers of disrespectExpand
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Bombing medical facilities: a violation of international humanitarian law.
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Women's illnesses: life cycle approach.
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The absent discourse of communication: understanding ethics of provider-patient relationship in six hospitals in urban India
Understanding the complexities of a provider-patient relationship is considered to be of critical importance especially in medical ethics. It is important to understand this relation from theExpand
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Sex selection: ethics in the context of development.
  • N. Madhiwalla
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Issues in medical ethics
  • 1 October 2001
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