Governor urges institutions to work within limits

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Lahore—Punjab Governor Sardar Latif Khosa has said that all institutions of the country will have to do work within their limits. Addressing a certificate distribution ceremony of an executive programme on “Managing Public and Private Enterprises in Pakistan” at Executive Development Institute on Friday, he said that bureaucracy would have to make decisions for the welfare of the masses by eliminating the traditional style of delay. He said any inordinate delay should not be made in solving people’s problems. “We all should make efforts to create awareness about accountability so that an excellent society can be formed,” he added.

PPP movement to continue till removal of Punjab govt: Warraich

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Lahore—Pakistan Peoples Party Punjab President Imtiaz Safdar Warraich has said the PPP’s movement will continue till removal of present Punjab government. Talking to media before initiating a car rally to express solidarity with President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani from PPP Punjab office here to Sheikhupura on Friday, he said the rally was part of the programme announced by the PPP Punjab chapter.

PACP demands service structure

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Lahore—The Pakistan Association of Clinical Psychologists (PACP) has demanded Punjab government to introduce service structure for the cilinical psychologists in the public sector hospitals by acknowledging importance of clinical psychology. Addressing a press conference after the 3rd general body meeting of the PACP at the Punjab University here, PACP President Prof Dr Nashi Khan urged the government to end discriminatory treatment being meted out to the psychologists at the teaching hospitals. PACP Vice President Dr Humaira Mohsin, General Secretary Saima Dawood and other office bears were also present on the occasion.

High-level trauma care may limit disability

PEOPLE treated for severe injuries at a specialized trauma center may survive with fewer disabilities than those at other hospitals, a study from Australia suggests. ‘The findings, researchers say, add to evidence that patients fare better when they’re treated under an organized trauma system — where hospitals, emergency services and state governments have coordinated plans for getting the right patients to the appropriate treatment. So-called Level I trauma centers provide the most comprehensive care for traumatic injuries and have to meet certain requirements — like having a specific number of surgeons and other specialists on duty 24 hours a day.


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