• Citations Per Year
Learn More
The study of drug addicts who were treated in the drug-abuse facilities of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences during the period from 1981 to May 1984 indicates a steady increase in the number of heroin addicts who sought treatment in those facilities. The majority of heroin addicts were under 30 years of age (87.6 per cent), unmarried (67.6 per(More)
BACKGROUND Surgical nursing within humanitarian contexts is complex, sporadically described in literature and little understood. AIM To achieve a deeper understanding of the lived experience of New Zealand nurses providing humanitarian aid within surgical settings and war zones in developing countries. METHOD In-depth conversational interviews were(More)
After about three decades, Chikungunya infection has re-emerged in India and the first cases were reported in December, 2005. The outbreak has currently affected about 8 states in the country. Although known to be commonly non fatal, since the present outbreak involved a large population, it has been raised as an issue of public health concern and also(More)
  • 1