What I Am Palash Paul

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socio-biography I am Palash Paul, born in September 02, 1984 at Dhaka, Bangladesh and I am the youngest child of my parents. I have 3 siblings, one brother and two sisters. I graduated in dentistry at Bangladesh in 2007 and did a Master’s program in public health. I practiced as a dental surgeon for more than 7 years in my country. I got married in 2011 and my son was born in 2014. I moved into Canada with my family on June, 2016 as an immigrant. My health card was issued after three months of landing here. Health is wealth and it is one of the basic needs of a human being. WHO defines health as - “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”. Up to date, I am …show more content…

But like other siblings I feel the urge to get an admission in govt. graduate college or university which is much cheaper than the private institution in our country. The actual ratio is 100 times cheaper, so I spent a stressful student life as I want to save money of my parents. Other than that, I was very happy to lead my life. I was born in Dhaka city, the capital of Bangladesh and the health facilities in Dhaka is best among all of districts. The urban life was enjoyable with its utilities but we were far from the green of nature. On my last health check-up, my vital parameters were normal and even my blood and urine reports were found normal during medical examination for immigration process. I already told that as per Ontario rules me and my family got health card after three months, I was lucky that I had no health issues in that period but as the same it was a bad luck that my son had a cut injury and he needs an emergency health care. Though I was aware about community health services but due to emergency I went to a Hospital for my son and that was my first encounter with Canadian health system. I am satisfied with the treatment but waiting times made me worried too. I had to provide the cost of treatment; in comparison to my country which was too expensive. After getting health card we choose our family physician and In Canada, I only consulted with my family physician for complaint about my blurry vision. He

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