AP Muslim Reservation : Call to Protect Muslim Quota

AP Muslim Reservation : Call to Protect Muslim Quota

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Guntur : AP Muslim Reservation Sadhana Samithi (APMRSS) on Monday demanded the state government to take steps for the continuation of BC reservation to Muslim community. In a roundtable meeting held at Guntur, leaders of various political parties supported reservation to Muslim community. Speaking on the occasion, former MLA Sk. Mastan Vali said that a case on Muslim reservation would come before Supreme Court on April 16 hence the state government should take necessary steps to provide supportive information to the court for BC reservations to Muslims.

AP Muslim Reservation : Call to Protect Muslim Quota

He added that the Congress party is working for the continuation of BC reservations with the help of all leaders.

Telugu Desam district general secretary Sk. Lal Vazir said that AP CM Chandrababu Naidu is taking all necessary steps for the continuation of BC reservations to Muslim minorities. YSR Congress leader Sk. Naseer Ahmed that his party is planning to implead in the case to pro otect BC reservations to Muslim minorities.

BJP leader Sk. Chand Basha said that Muslim community is lagging in development so the community needed reservations. APMRSS convener Md. Kaleem said that the meeting decided to meet all political parties to gather support for the BC reservations to Muslims.

First kidney transplantation in Andhra Pradesh state at GGH Guntur

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First kidney transplantation in Andhra Pradesh state at GGH Guntur

The Government General Hospital (GGH) has set a milestone by successfully performing a kidney transplantation on Sunday. Earlier, the GGH doctors started bypass surgeries and knee surgeries and now they have started kidney transplantations to serve the public better. The GGH doctors performed kidney transplantation to a 24-year old patient on Sunday evening under NTR Vydya Seva health Scheme. The GGH is the first government hospital in AP to perform kidney transplantation.

First kidney transplantation in Andhra Pradesh state at GGH Guntur

GGH superintendent Dr D.S. Raju Naidu here on Sunday said that the two kidneys of Ashok working as a bike mechanic belonging to Lakshmaneswar at Narasapur in West Godavari district failed. Hence, he was on dialysis and his mother Vijayalakshmi came forward to donate her kidney to her son. He said that a team of two doctor conducted the transplantation in three hours and 30 minutes.

The surgery started at 2.15 pm and ended at 5.45pm. He said that the alumni of Guntur Medical College Dr K. Subramanyam who performed 1,500 kidney transplantations also participated in the kidney transplantation with GGH doctors.

Dr Subramanyam said that he was a former student of GMC. Hence, he decided to render his services at the GGH and joined the team which performed the first kidney transplantation. The patient underwent the transplantation under NTR Arogya Seva health scheme. Anesthetist Dr M. Sharif of the team said that he is also a former student of the GMC and was very happy to join the final renal transplantation in the GGH. Dr Vani said that majority tests to the donor and the recipient were conducted at the GGH, but some investigations were conducted in Hyderabad.

FAMILY THERAPY ACROSS CULTURES

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FAMILY THERAPY ACROSS CULTURES

21st September 2015 | London Conference

CONFERENCE

The complexity of working with ‘race’ and cultural differences within the Family Therapy field, remains underestimated, and occupies only a marginal position in social and mental health care. Consequently, inequalities in mental health continue, and they can go unnoticed. Therefore, it is important we develop a greater understanding of the histories, values, and expectations for diverse families and individuals we encounter. Other core themes also resonating throughout family work are: religious and spiritual beliefs, historical circumstances, immigration histories, and experiences with racism and prejudice, and they appear to influence contemporary family strengths and struggles.

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This one-day conference will explore these complexities and debate the critical perspectives, themes, and concepts within the field of Family Therapy with BME communities. A range of illustrative case studies, clinical practices, and research will be presented by eminent thinkers and practitioners in psychotherapy and social sciences.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This conference will be relevant to all professionals in the field of Mental Health and Social Care, including those from Local Authorities and NHS trusts across the UK, Social Workers, Approved Mental Health Professionals, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Counsellors, Early Intervention Teams, CPN’s, OT’s, Chaplains, Community Faith Leaders & Healers, Equality Leads, Community Development Workers, Service User Representatives, Charities, Third Sector, Educational Establishments, Academics and Policy makers.

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