Monthly Archives: May 2012

Which historiography..In search of the Unknown worker.

Just as every country has a tomb for the unknown soldier, every country should have a tomb for the unknown worker.  As part of exploring “Everyday history” to understand reality of working people in terms of their concrete lived experiences, … Continue reading

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Everyday history -Burnout dissected

This Friday, our weekly meeting of “Everyday History Society” had a very interesting extended discussion on the issue of Burnout which we had examined in brief previously See blog: Dr.V.Natarajan (Nattu Bhai) summarized the article findings and discussion of … Continue reading


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Check Burnout Forum

As part of our reading group, for the past week, we have had some interesting discussions and readings on the theme of “Burnout” Issues  of burnout in medical professionals-Doctors, paramedics, nurses, managers in health set-ups came out. Key features of … Continue reading

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