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September-December 2020| Vol 1| Issue 1


Call for strengthening rural healthcare services: Blending rural practice, medical care and surgical specialties

Rural habitat poses several disadvantages to the rural population. Challenges are immense when it comes to organizing the provision of general medical and healthcare services to rural communities. R...


Exceptions of diffusion of innovation theory during COVID-19 pandemic and health policy implications - A viewpoint

Diffusion of Innovation expedites the health promotion through enhancement in behaviour changes. If the natural course is uninterrupted the DOI theory follows the normal curve but if dissemination c...

Original Article

Survival rates among breast cancer patients from a hospital based cancer registry, Thrissur, Kerala, India

Introduction: Breast cancer is a biologically heterogeneous disease and patients with the same diagnostic and clinical prognostic profiles can have markedly different clinical outcomes. This ...

Original Article

Burden of cases with large joints bony ankylosis following open injuries in rural region: A hospital based cross-Sectional observation

Background: Normal large joint anatomy is important for mobility, function and overall quality of life. Trauma or diseases like various forms of arthritis may alter normal joint architecture ...

Letter To Editor

“Sign of Horns” following sickle injury: An uncommon rural spot diagnosis

Dear Editor, A 28-year-old male patient came to us with history of accidental injury to his right hand from a sickle while cutting grass and crop shoots in rural farmland. He was taken to local pra...

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ISSN - Print: 2772-3143, Online: 2772-3151

Journal of Surgical Specialties and Rural Practice, a publication of Institute of Family Medicine and Primary Care, is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

Features of Manuscript Management System

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  • Higher impact
  • Prompt review

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