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SAJEM. 2018; 1(1): 01-02


Emergency Medicine Training: Can it change the Healthcare Canvas of Pakistan at its Present Pace?

Abdus Salam Khan.

Abstract
Pakistan like its neighbouring South Asian countries has been struggling with the provision of quality emergency care delivery to its population. If the country has to fulfill its obligation to its citizen for the quality healthcare, then efficient and robust emergency care delivery is a must. It can only be achieved through developing emergency medicine training programs in all public sector tertiary care hospitals, strengthening emer- gency departments resources and staffing at all district level hospitals, expanding the role of 1122 and similar pre-hospital care services to all areas of Pakistan, educat- ing the masses regarding prevention of disease and also injury and lastly incorporating emergency care into the curriculum of the undergraduate medical students and nurses.

Key words: Emergency medicine training, Pakistan, Emergency care



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