2014 PG CME schedule in zone 1

2014 FEB 23rd APR 27th JUL 22nd NOV 23rd
ANA AMC RMC GSL AMC
BIOC AMC RMC KONA GSL
PHYS GSL AMC RMC GSL
FORE AMC RMC AMC RMC
MICR AMC RMC GSL AMC
PATH AMC RMC MIMS GSL
PHAR RMC AMC GSL MIMS
ENT GSL MIMS RMC AMC
OPH GSL AMC RMC MIMS
SPM GSL RMC AMC GSL
2014 JAN 26th MAR 30th AUG  24th OCT 26th
MED GSL MIMS AMC KONA
SUR AMC MIMS GSL KONA
OBG GSL KONA RMC AMC
PED AMC RMC MIMS GSL
ORTH GSL AMC MIMS RMC
PULM MIMS AMC RMC GSL
PSYC GSL AMC MIMS GSL
DVL GSL RMC MIMS KONA
RADI KONA AMC RMC GSL
ANES MIMS GSL KONA RMC
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2013 PG CME schedule – – -

The 2013 PG CME schedule for zone 1 (AMC RMC MIMS GSL KONA)
Other rules as before – as far as possible pl dont change dates.
Pl do CME on last Sunday or previous to that.
3 lectures morning – one college speaker, one speaker from inside zone, one speaker from out of zone.
Post lunch session – Interactive session /case discussion.
Pl ask PGs and finalise topics to prevent repetition.
Pl fill & send to UHS – Feedback forms & their analysis-report. Attendance sheet & CD with powerpoints & Bills.

2013 FEB APR JUL NOV   2013 JAN MAR AUG OCT
ANA GSL AMC RMC GSL   MED MIMS AMC KONA RMC
BIOC AMC RMC KONA GSL   SUR MIMS GSL KONA RMC
PHYS RMC GSL AMC RMC   OBG KONA RMC AMC MIMS
FORE AMC RMC AMC RMC   PED AMC RMC MIMS GSL
MICR GSL AMC RMC GSL   ORTH AMC MIMS RMC KONA
PATH AMC RMC MIMS GSL   PULM KONA AMC RMC GSL
PHAR RMC AMC GSL MIMS   PSYC MIMS GSL AMC MIMS
ENT KONA MIMS RMC AMC   DVL RMC MIMS KONA AMC
OPH GSL AMC RMC MIMS   RADI AMC RMC GSL MIMS
SPM AMC GSL RMC AMC   ANES GSL KONA RMC AMC
2013	FEB	APR	JUL	NOV
ANA	GSL	AMC	RMC	GSL
BIOC	AMC	RMC	KONA	GSL
PHYS	RMC	GSL	AMC	RMC
FORE	AMC	RMC	AMC	RMC
MICR	GSL	AMC	RMC	GSL
PATH	AMC	RMC	MIMS	GSL
PHAR	RMC	AMC	GSL	MIMS
ENT	KONA	MIMS	RMC	AMC
OPH	GSL	AMC	RMC	MIMS
SPM	AMC	GSL	RMC	AMC
 	2013	JAN	MAR	AUG	OCT
 	MED	MIMS	AMC	KONA	RMC
 	SUR	MIMS	GSL	KONA	RMC
	OBG	KONA	RMC	AMC	MIMS
	PED	AMC	RMC	MIMS	GSL
	ORTH	AMC	MIMS	RMC	KONA
	PULM	KONA	AMC	RMC	GSL
 	PSYC	MIMS	GSL	AMC	MIMS
	DVL	RMC	MIMS	KONA	AMC
	RADI	AMC	RMC	GSL	MIMS
	ANES	GSL	KONA	RMC	AMC

Some CMEs to be done in 2013 -

Anesthesia
in Konaseema on 7th april 2013 (march went to april!!!)
1. Management of critically ill diabetic patient in ICU
2. Organophosphorus poisoning
3. Management of ARF
post lunch – case discussion – Toxic thyroid goitre & Quiz.

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Some CMEs already done in 2013

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Topics of some past CMEs in Zone 1 – Group B (Medicine upto Psychiatry)

MEDICINE 

26th August 2012 – RMC
PUO
Approach to Acute Flaccid quadriplegia
Antiretroviral therapy
case discussion – midbrain stroke

ANESTHESIA

11-12-2011 GSL RJY -

New concepts in Fluid & Blood administration

Anesthetic management for neurosurgery case

Anesthetic management for case for liver disorder

Mechanical ventilation – interactive session

CHEST DISEASES - 

12-8-2012 – GSL

Hemoptysis

Perioperative wheezes

Pneumothorax ttmt

Pulmonary Embolism

Acute severe asthma ttmt

PSYCHIATRY - 

26-8-2012 – GSL -

Delirium – recent trends

Psychiatrist in court of law – workshop

Neurological invest. for psychiatric pts – workshop

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UHS Internal Exam for PGs – June 23rd 10AM

The NTRUHS is conducting its next Internal Exam for PGs on

June 23rd Saturday at 10 AM – upto 1 PM

at the respective colleges.

2K11 batch PGs will write Paper I.

2K10 batch PGs will write Paper III.

syllabus is given below.

all faculty members & PGs – please inform your colleagues.

uhs pg exam syllabus june 2012

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Topics of some past PG CMEs Zone 1 – Group A (Anatomy upto ENT SPM Ophthal)

ANATOMY

 29th July 2012 – AMC

Embalming
Blood supply of brain
Modules of teaching
Quiz

BIOCHEMISTRY  

29th July 2012 KIMS – Role of antitoxidants.                 Review on hypertension.                 Tumor markers.                            Different interpretation of laboratory data.

PHYSIOLOGY

 29th July 2012 – GSL

Sensory Physiology
Illusion of Sensory Perception
Pain & Pain pathways
Molecular physiology & sensory modulation
phantom sensation & cortical plasticity
Applied aspects of sensory system

FORENSIC  MEDICINE

 29th July 2012 – AMC

Approach to infant deaths
Preservation & Precautions at Crime Scene
Law on Medical Negligence
Forensic anatomy of neck dissection
Hydrencephaly case

MICROBIOLOGY

PATHOLOGY 

18-12-2011 – GSL RJY -            Cytopathology -  Cervical cytology
TBS : cervical cytology             cytology of infectious diseases
thyroid cytology                         Itneractive session – glass slide viewing

29th July 2012 – MIMS
Recent advances in soft tissue tumors & differentiation from myofibroblastic proliferation
Neural tumors
Cytology in infective lesions
Lipomatous tumors
Slide quiz

PHARMACOLOGY

29th July 2012 – GSL RJY – Incretin based therapy in Type 2 Diabetes.          Placebo effect.                   Statisticsipharmacology            Evaluation of antionvulsant drugs        Recent developments in prophylaxis of diseases

ENT

OPHTHALMOLOGY

SPM

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PG CME Program – Guidelines

Please click on any of the above titles for any information you want 

This blog site is intended to convey to all visitors about the UHS CME programs for PGs, and, other important notices. It is not an official site of the NTRUHS  but we will try to be as accurate as we can. It will focus on Zone 1 but we welcome everyone to use this site. Please add your comments on this page or email to drntruhs@rediffmail.com or  mecell@rediffmail.com or ravichitrapu@rediffmail.com (The last one is seen daily and the other two emails periodically.) Thanks. Any suggestions are most welcome.

The NTRUHS has recently started a special Zonal CME program for PGs of all medical colleges in the state.

For this purpose, the medical colleges have been divided into 5 zones -

Zone 1 = AMC, RMC, MIMS, GSL, KONASEEMA

Zone 2 = GMC, SMC, ASRAM, NRI, PINNAMANENI, KATURI

Zone 3 = SVMC, KMC, NMC, KUPPAM

Zone 4 = OMC, GMC, DECCAN, MEDICITI, KIMS, SVS

Zone 5 = KMC, CARMC, PRATIMA, MNR, MAMATA

The PG subjects are divided into 2 groups -

Group A = 10 subjects = Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology.  Forensic Medicine, Microbiology, Pathology, Pharmacology. ENT, Ophthalmology, SPM.

Group B = Gynecology, Medicine, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Surgery. Anesthesia, Dermatovenereology, Chest Medicine, Psychiatry, Radiology&Radiotherapy. 

1. CMEs will be conducted once every month in all the 5 zones – Group A subjects in one month & group B in the next, alternately.

2. CME to be preferably conducted on the last Sunday of the month. If due to any inevitable reason (festival, examination on that day) it cannot be done on the last Sunday, the CME may be conducted on the prior Sunday, informing all the concerned PGs to attend, as also the NTRUHS & Zonal Coordinator.

3. The Zonal coordinator will prepare the schedule of which college in the zone will host which subjects CMEs.

4. All the PGs in that zone must attend their subject CME in their zone. Attendane must be taken by the host dept. and sent to the UHS. PGs must attend at least 80% of CMEs in a year, to be eligible to take their Final Exam. 5 credit hours will be awarded to those attending the CME.

5. The CME will have at least 5 lectures (1 hour each) – 3 before lunch & 2 after -  by faculty of that college or other colleges. At least one faculty must be from outside the zone preferably.  Outside experts also may be invited to speak.  The post lunch session should be INTERACTIVE – e.g. Case discussions for clinical PGs, some practicals or other interactive session for other PGs.

6. The topics must be relevant to the PGs curriculum. Host organisers are requested to consult previous CMEs to avoid repetition of topics.

7. A working lunch and tea will be provided to the PGs and speakers. No delegate fee may be collected from PGs.

8. TA / DA to outside speakers will be provided as per UHS rules – 2nd AC to & from & DA.

9. The HOD of the Dept. or designated Prof. /Assoc. Prof. will be the coordinator of the CME, and organise the CME, schedule of topics, inform other colleges in the zone, correspond with UHS /other colleges, etc. and look after other details.

10. The Coordinator of the Medical Education Unit of the College & Vice Principal (Academic) will supervise the various CMEs that take place in their college and liasion with the UHS, etc.

11. A brief report of the CME, topics, attendance of PGs, etc., speakers, Summary of feedback, etc. must be submitted to the Registrar, UHS, wIthin one week of completion of CME, along with a CD containing the powerpoint presentations  of the various speakers.

12. The NTRUHS will reimburse upto a maximum of Rs.10,000 per CME on submission of proper bills and other documents. The expenditure will cover TA& DA of outside speakers, food, preparation of handouts, etc.

13. PGs of other depts. may attend the CME if they wish with the permission of the hosting dept /Principal etc.

14. In the month of June & December, all PGs will write a Theory exam for Practice on the 3rd Sunday, in their respective colleges. Like the usual UHS exams, paper will be sent by net, downloaded and given to students. The answer scripts will be evaluated in the respective colleges; the HOD /Prof. will discuss the answers with the PG and hand over the answer script to suggest improvements, etc.

15.On the last Saturday /Sunday, all the PGs will go to a designated college of their zone for a Practical Exam, where while 4 or 5 students will be ‘examined’ others will watch and learn. A CME on Recent Advances is proposed on the Sunday. (practical exam may not be held separately now as the post lunch session in CME is dedicated to clinical /practical /interactive discussion)

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PGs’ CME Program for 2011

 

Schedule for August 2011 –

AMC  – Chest Diseases, Psychiatry

RMC – Surgery

MIMS – Anesthesia, Gynaecology, Pediatrics

GSL – Medicine, Dermatology, Radiology

KONA – Orthopedics

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Schedule for July 2011 –

AMC – Forensic, Ophthalmology

RMC – Physiology, Pharmacology, ENT

MIMS – Anatomy, Pathology

GSL – Biochemistry, Microbiology

KONA – SPM

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The CME for this month will be tentatively on May 29th 2011.

The schedule for May  is thus :

AMC Vizag - Forensic Medicine (not being done), Pharmacology, SPM

RMC Kakinada - Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology, Physiology (not being done)

GSL Rajahmundry - Anatomy  (june 5th)

MIMS Vizianagaram - ENT, Ophthalmology

KONASEEMA, Amalapuram -

Please contact previous CME prog. to avoid repetition in this CME.

UHS will reimburse upto Rs.10,000 for the CME – including

Food for PGs & faculty, TA/DA for outside faculty (2nd AC + DA).

Zonal Coordinator – Dr.Ravi Venkatachelam, Cardiology, AMC /KGH

Vizag. (0891 – 2552970;     0 92480 79423)

Please also remind all PGs that there will be a theory exam for all of them (except 2k11 batch who joined now), on June 19th, Third Sunday, in all collleges.)

 

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