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I’m Doctor 2.5 (two-point-five) | Yogesh Jain | TEDxWalledCity – W/Evaluation Form

I’m Doctor 2.5 (two-point-five) | Yogesh Jain | TEDxWalledCity

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This doctor moved to rural India realising the deep inequality that exists in access to health services among rural poor.

Yogesh Jain argues that the kind of suffering a large section of society has to face in developing countries is unfair and we need doctors two-point-five to fix this.

Dr. Yogesh Jain is an MBBS & MD (Paediatrics), All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). He works as a paediatrician at a social organisation, Jan Swasthya Sansthan (JSS) in rural Bilaspur District, Chattisgarh, India.

Yogesh has experienced several structural problems in public health in rural India and uses a unique model to solve these issues.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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