The Journal of Multidisciplinary Research in Healthcare strives to serve all those directly or indirectly involved in the organization, delivery and management of healthcare services. It aims to define and disseminate original theoretical and empirical work delivered by practitioners from multidisciplinary teams associated with the preventive & promotive, diagnostic & therapeutic, rehabilitative as well as palliative aspects of patient care. Healthcare providers exist in a highly dynamic social context with intensifying demands being placed on them to pursue quality, equality, efficiency, responsiveness and affordability. JMRH provides a peer-reviewed forum for he publication of original research articles, case studies, short communications, reviews & mini reviews, expert comments, invited editorials and thesis reports on the key issues encompassing various facets of this sector. The journal covers wide range of areas and invites contributions from medical practitioners, allied health care professionals, researchers, technologists, health educators, administrators and policy makers but not limited to these.