Saturday, July 01, 2006

Times of India celebrates Doctor's Day

Times of India celebrates Doctor's Day Reflects Dr Aniruddha Malpani, infertility specialist and Medical Director, Health Education Library for People (HELP), “Information Therapy is the best way of improving the doctor-patient relationship. A wellinformed patient has realistic expectations of medical therapy and is able to get better care from his doctor, because he participates actively in his own care, and helps the doctor to help him.”
To mark the day, HELP is providing the book ‘Successful Medical Practice - Winning Strategies for Doctors’ at a subsidised price of Rs 100 (regular price Rs 250) to all doctors who come to the library. The message of this book is simple - ‘Love your patients. Doctors who take good care of their patients will have a flourishing practice!’
Doctor’s day makes you aware of the role of doctors in your lives so that you can express your gratitude for their compassion and commitment towards health care and wellness of the society. Says Dr Kapoor, “This day is an opportunity for patients to express their gratitude to their doctors for the medical assistance and solace they may have received in their time of emergency.”
Panacea Biotec has come up with a novel idea wherein, the company will deliver a bouquet to the doorsteps of the doctors of the first 1,000 people who log on to their website. The campaign aims at encouraging every person to thank their doctor for the latter’s invaluable services.
“It’s a pleasure to encounter a thoughtful patient who just takes the time to say ‘Thank you!’ This patient makes the doctor’s day. The best gift a doctor can receive is the referral of another patient - an ultimate accolade any professional can be awarded,” concludes Dr Malpani.

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