Sunday, June 20, 2021

85,000 Female Doctors not Pursuing Career after getting Medical Degrees in Pakistan

According to the healthcare experts, there are over 85,000 female doctors, who had completed their medical education on either their private expense or expense of the state; however after taking the degree, they have not become a part of the medical workforce in the country, Pakistan.

However, it has also been reported that if only 50% of these female doctors out-of-profession are mobilized than it is estimated that 70% of the health issues or problems among people belonging to low-income group communities can easily be resolved.

Moreover, the healthcare organization has also signed a MoU- Memorandum of Understanding with the Pakistan Cardiac Society in order to start educating the patients and others about various heart diseases, monitoring of blood pressure and cholesterol so that the cardiac-care awareness among the people will spread more as well as the treatment and facilities could be provided to the low-income group communities at their doorsteps without any issue regarding healthcare.

Mehjabeen Qasimhttps://startuppakistan.com.pk/
Business Journalist at Startup Pakistan

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