RHIMS Model to Teach Biomedical Waste Management to Medical Students

Ramesh Rahul Bogam

Abstract


Biomedical Waste Management is not only an important aspect in medical curriculum but it’s effective implementation into routine clinical practice is of paramount importance. Medical students are going to be crucial component of health care delivery system; therefore they should be well versed with basic aspects of biomedical waste management. Unfortunately several studies reported poor level of knowledge and practices about biomedical waste management among medical students in India.
Keywords: RHIMS, biomedical waste Management, medical students


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