While the idea of having a doctor in the family may be appealing, it is a challenging career that is not for everyone. Well! MedScapeIndia will turn our naughty kids into mini-doctors! These mini-doctors will be inspired to adopt a healthier lifestyle in process of training them for the first aid program to save a life with CPR. CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation), to help in first-aid for bleeding or fracture and other life-saving technique applied during emergencies. And they have the perfect mascot for their campaign too – Chota Bheem.
Recently, MedScapeIndia Fit India movement invited school children & government to integrate First Aid training program from 2nd standard till the college to contribute emergency handling immediately before transferring to the hospital. Chota Bheem was seen interacting with the kids about the CPR and showed a small act of healthy life with daily exercises and healthy food. So now onwards Chota Bheem & the little doctors will be spreading awareness & prevent heart diseases which are claiming a life every 33 seconds in India. Mr. Dinesh Joshi sais, “It’s very good initiative, especially ” little Doctor will make kids socially more responsible & it brings leadership in them.”
Dr. Sunita Dube , Renowned Radiologist, Chairperson MedscapeIndia says, “After working very closely with Drs across disciplines over the years, we realized that we need to do more in the area of another equally important responsibility. Contributing to the nation by providing a preventive healthy lifestyle. Hence we have come together to launch a Fit India Movement. A subset of this is a unique initiativeFIT KIDS where after participation in this movement can, not only become Fit & Healthy but also be a Lifesaver by learning the techniques of First Aid and help the nation. So, we are looking forward to partnership and support from Corporate through CSR, Government, Celebrities, Medical Fraternity and Individuals to join hands in this National Movement- Fit India.”