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Ayurveda, homeopathy Doctors can take bridge course to practice allopathy: Bill

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[h=1]I think this is quite scary…Ayurveda doctors practicing allopathy…!![/h][h=1][/h][h=1]Ayurveda, homoeopathy docs can take bridge course to practise allopathy: Bill[/h][h=2] [/h][h=2]The Bill, introduced in Lok Sabha on Friday, by Union Health Minister J P Nadda, seeks to overhaul the structure of medical education[/h]


The Bill was introduced by Union Health Minister J P Nadda
In a controversial provision, the National Medical Commission Bill 2017 envisages allowing Ayush practitioners (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy) to practise modern (allopathic) medicine after clearing a bridge course. The Bill, introduced in Lok Sabha on Friday, by Union Health Minister J P Nadda, seeks to overhaul the structure of medical education, introduce a medical exit examination and bring an end to the Medical Council of India.

It envisages a “joint sitting” of the (National Medical) Commission, the Central Council of Homeopathy and the Central Council of Indian Medicine at least once a year “to enhance the interface between homeopathy, Indian Systems of Medicine and modern systems of medicine”. These three will decide “approving specific bridge course that may be introduced for the practitioners of homeopathy and of Indian Systems of Medicine to enable them to prescribe such modern medicines at such level as may be prescribed”.

Read more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/in...ge-course-to-practise-allopathy-bill-5004425/
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