National Institute of Mental Health

Angoda, Sri Lanka

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1   Link   Ministry of Healthcare and Nutrition Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka has achieved a commendable health status measured in terms of traditional health indices in relation to its Gross Domestic Product (GDP). This ha been mainly due to the social polices adopted by successive governments in the past few decades.
2   Link   Postgraduate Institute of Medicine Sri Lanka
The Ceylon Medical College, established in 1870 during the British occupation, marked the beginning of a formal system of 'western' medical education in Sri Lanka, known then as Ceylon. Seventy years later in 1942 the Ceylon Medical College became the Faculty of Medicine of the newly established University of Ceylon. Until 1952 there were no formal arrangements for postgraduate medical training or examinations and the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Ceylon was focused almost entirely on undergraduates. In 1952 the MD (General Medicine) and the MOG (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) examinations were held by the Faculty of Medicine. The MS (General Surgery) was held in the following year.
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