Continuing medical education on current trends in medical rehabilitation in leprosy

Rajah Muthiah Medical College, Chidambaram, Cuddalore district, Tamil Nadu, along with The Leprosy Mission Trust India’s (TLMTI) Partnership, Advocacy, Research, Training towards Inclusion (PARTI) project organised a continuing medical education (CME) lecture and workshop on current trends in medical rehabilitation in leprosy, for physiotherapists, occupational therapists, nurses, and postgraduate medical students in physical medicine and rehabilitation, in Chidambaram, on December 6.

Personal hygiene and good health

The Community Intervention Unit of The Leprosy Mission Trust India’s Shahdara Hospital in New Delhi organised an awareness programme on dental and personal hygiene, along with Women Freemasons of India, at Kasturba Kusht Ashram, in Tahirpur, on October 4.

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TLMTI presents papers on the 67th Foundation Day of the India Association of Leprologists

The Indian Association of Leprologists, a national organisation founded by the Late Dr Dharmender and his team in 1950, celebrated its 67th Foundation Day, on October 2, 2018, in Kolkata.

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Accessing the right to vote by persons with disabilities

Many persons with disabilities do not cast their votes during general election and election to the state Legislative Assemblies because of the difficulties they face in travelling to the polling booths.

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The Leprosy Mission Trust India celebrates Gandhi Jayanti

The Leprosy Mission Trust India celebrated Gandhi Jayanti (October 2) throughout the country in a befitting way to honour Mahatma Gandhi, who worked for making India leprosy-free.