A senior resident doctor of Tata Memorial Hospital committed suicide on Saturday night by injecting an overdose of anaesthesia to herself. According to Bhoiwada police, the 35-year-old woman was suffering from depression and was undergoing treatment. Rupali Shivaji Kalkundre was found dead at 4:30pm by her husband at their home. According to an official from the Bhoiwada police station, “When the doctor gave no response after continuous ringing the doorbell and knocking, he opened the door with another key and found Kalkundre unconscious. She was rushed to the hospital as they stayed in the hospital premises. She was declared dead as she the victim overdosed on a shot of anaesthesia which was found by the police and the family members.”
The deceased was working as a fellow in anaesthesia at the hospital.
The work environment is taking a toll on the minds of the young doctors. This is becoming an epidemic, we cannot even count how many young doctors have committed suicide in last few months.
Doctor profession has got the highest suicide rate among all the professions, to the multiple of 2-3 and there are clear resons behind that.
Let’s talk, let’s understand that no work is more important than your life and peace of mind. The community must find a way out to address this epidemic.
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