Karnataka, Estonia plan alternate programmes in medical training
Bengaluru, Apr 13 (IANS): Karnataka Well being Minister Dr Ok. Sudhakar on Wednesday mooted alternate applications between the state’s Rajiv Gandhi College of Well being Sciences (RGUHS) and Estonian Medical Universities.
Speaking to reporters after assembly Estonian Ambassador Katrin Kivi, he stated: “Although Estonia is a small nation, it has the very best variety of start-ups and good expertise. They’re within the technique of bringing reforms by way of expertise in medical training and well being sector.”
Citing some examples, he stated that Estonia had developed a well being registry for the entire of its inhabitants and had additionally developed good telemedicine. Sudhakar additionally stated that Estonia had developed good genomic sequencing labs which might assist establish illnesses like Alzheimer, Parkinson’s, schizophrenia, and dementia.
“If we tie up in sure points, our state will profit and folks of Estonia will even get to know a number of good practices we comply with,” the minister stated.
The Estonian Ambassador stated: “There’s a lot we will do to deliver healthcare to residents by way of technical options. Right here, Estonia, as some of the digitised nations on the earth, has heaps to share.”
“Estonia too has loads to study from India which has such an enormous inhabitants. Medical doctors right here can have much more expertise as they deal with many extra sufferers,” Katrin added.
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