Category Archives: Socio-Economics, Politics, and Medicine

Socio-Economics, Politics, and Medicine

Discrimination against female surgeons is still alive: Where are the full professorships and chairs of departments?

  •  Nancy E. Epstein 

June 6, 2017, 9:15

Category:

  • Socio-Economics, Politics, and Medicine, Spine

Article Type:

  • Editorial

Low cost quality initiatives for management of neurosurgical patients in developing nations: Perspective from a tertiary care centre in Pakistan

  •  Hamid H. Rai, Muhammad Waqas, Muhammad S. Shamim 

March 29, 2017, 13:17

Category:

  • Socio-Economics, Politics, and Medicine

Article Type:

  • Original Article

Cost-effectiveness of short-term neurosurgical missions relative to other surgical specialties

  •  Maria Punchak, Jorge A. Lazareff 

March 29, 2017, 13:15

Category:

  • Socio-Economics, Politics, and Medicine

Article Type:

  • Original Article

My experience with a major hospital stroke team—What’s wrong with “Modern” medicine

  •  Russell L. Blaylock 

November 23, 2016, 18:35

Category:

  • Socio-Economics, Politics, and Medicine

Article Type:

  • Editorial