CISP-2 workshop conducted at Index Medical College, Hospital Research Centre, Indore under MCI Regional Centre-SAIMS - observership on 7th-8th September 2020
List of Participants
Faculty Members as facilitator for CISP-2 workshop as per guidelines of MCI
By - Dr. Rahul Tanwani (Professor, Department of Surgery)
Revised Basic Course workshop (RBCW) was organized at Index Medical College, Indore from 3rd to 5th June 2019 under supervision of Regional Centre for Medical Education, Medical Council of India. 29 faculties participated in the workshop.
Curriculum Implementation Support Program (CISP) training was organized from 6th to 8th June 2019 under supervision of Regional Centre for Medical Education, Medical Council of India. 30 faculties participated in the training helpful for the implementation of new curriculum for medical undergraduate.
30th January is observed as the Martyr’s day, and also as National Leprosy Day in our country. A seminar was conducted by the department of Dermatology and the department of Community medicine on 31st Jan 2019 to create awareness about early detection and complete treatment of leprosy and to prevent the disability and spread of the disease. Dean Dr. S.M. Holkar and Mrs. Chitra Khirwarkar had also shared their views. The seminar was attended by over 120 students.
Speaker : Dr. Dilip Acharya (National Chairman of IMA Cancer and Tobacco Control Committee)
A special lecture was organized in college on 23rd Oct 2018 on the topic of investigation and management of spontaneous hypoglycemia.
Guest speakers were Dr Ian Penman (Consultant Gastroenterologist, Edinburgh, UK) and Dr Mark WJ Strachan (Consultant Endocrinologist, Edinburgh, UK). Both speakers are also the editors of 23rd edition of Davidson’s Principles and Practice of Medicine.
Dr Ian Penman highlighted the features of the latest edition of the book. Dr Sachan enlightened the knowledge of audience about clinical presentation and management of hypoglycemia.
The lecture was followed by an interesting session of discussion and interaction of speakers with the faculties and the students of the college.
Dr. Rahul Tanwani (Associate Professor, Surgery, IMCHRC Indore) described the PG students and interns about some simple methods which can be used to to improve their questioning, answering, explanation and persuasion skills during communication with the patients.
Dr. P. K. Gupta (Associate Professor, Medicine) updated the knowledge of interns and post-graduation students about the latest guidelines and recommendations in diagnosis and treatment of hypertension.
An interactive lecture was organized on 30/08/2018 for interns and postgraduate students of the institute on stress and its management.
Dr. Anchala Dixit, Clinical psychologist, IMCHRC, Indore, talked about various causes and types of stress in daily life. She also described various relaxation techniques to manage them, specially focusing upon the role of counseling and various methods like meditation, yoga, time management, communication etc.
Mrs. Chitra Khirwadkar, Deputy director administration of IMCHRC, Indore, described the spiritual aspect of stress and various techniques to deal with the common stressful situations in life. The lecture was attended by a large number of interns and postgraduate students.
Mr. Kartik Taneja, Director- Channel Service, Google from UK, enlightened the knowledge of faculties and students by his lecture on the future of artificial intelligence, especially in the medical field.
His presentation was followed by an interesting session of discussion and interaction, when he replied to various questions and doubts from faculties and students.
A presentation of survey on "Study to establish the profile of reasons for absenteeism in the Classes among the Medical students of Index Medical
College" was done by the Interns of the department of Community Medicine.
This survey was conducted by the department of Community Medicine on M.B.B.S. students (first year to final year) through the interns of 2013-14 batch. The results were very useful and recommendations were formulated based on the reasons. The remedial measures were planned, which the management has taken in right spirit to solve as early as possible.
Dr. Rahul Tanwani (Asso. Professor, Surgery) presented an interesting lecture on how a doctor can improve his speaking and listening skills by paying some attention of his own non-verbal communication (body language) while communicating with his patients.
Dr. S. Dhaneria, Dean Professor & Head, Department of Pharmacology, AIIMS, Raipur (C.G.) enlightened the knowledge of faculties, postgraduate students and interns about different aspects of clinical trial, ethical issues related with them, and care to be taken during planning of studies.
Lecture was followed by interaction with faculties and students and solving their queries and suggesting a best possible way to solve their problem.
Workshop on Basic Communication Skills for Medical and Dental Students was organised by Dr. Rahul Tanwani (Asso. Professor, Surgery) on 4th March 2017. Around 130 students from different medical and dental colleges had attended and actively participated in the workshop.
Dr. Rahul Tanwani (Asst. Professor, Surgery) presented a special lecture for interns and PG students on 'Communication skills during Post-graduation'
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