Pooja Nair

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P atient populations across the world are becoming increasingly diverse, introducing a variety of health behaviours that are influenced by a patient's cultural background. Tomorrow's Doctors guidelines state that all qualified doctors must respect patients 'without prejudice', irrespective of 'diversity of background and opportunity, language, culture and(More)
The importance of laboratory medicine in the medical student curriculum T he objective data provided by laboratory medicine underpins clinical practice in the areas of diagnosis , prognosis, and therapy. Molinaro et al. reported that approximately '60 to 70% of medical decisions are based on laboratory results' (1). However, current literature states that(More)
The modern society has posed several threats to the public. Public security is declining with increasing antisocial behaviour. Cases of rape and terrorist attacks have become increasingly common and there is a strong demand for a security system to control such modalities. Antisocial behaviour is a key issue of public concern. Public perceptions, however,(More)
  • Anil Birajdar, Manisha Koul, Mridushi, Srivastav, Pooja Nair
  • 2014
The wide spread usage of mobiles as handheld devices has eventually lead to various innovative applications which are making their presence felt in our daily life. A suitable example One such application is location-tracking in indoor environments. In this paper we discuss the I. INTRODUCTION In today's environment, a mobile has become one of the important(More)
Citation style for this article: Eurosurveillance editorial team. Stepping up European measles surveillance. For many years Eurosurveillance has made it a point to publish articles on measles outbreaks and measles prevention and control in Europe. The purpose has always been to increase awareness about this dangerous and potentially fatal infectious disease(More)
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