Centre’s move to raise retirement age of doctors to 65 opposed

About author: Raina Paul
Reference: Deccan Herald, October 1, 2017

State government doctors are opposing the Centre’s move to raise the retirement age of its doctors from 60 to 65 years to address the shortage of doctors. Karnataka has one doctor for every 5,000 patients, which is an acute shortage.

Every hour a doctor can spent on clinical care should be dealt with carefully. Therefore, CMEPEDIA offers online continuous medical education, so less time needs to be spent on travel and administration to comply with rules for renewal of registration.

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