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Overview

The Department of Community Medicine aims at preparing a Family Physician who has training and skill to assess health status of people, their health needs and demands and use this information to plan, prioritize and implement Primary Health Care, and evaluate it. The family physician is the health team leader, friend, teacher/educator having social accountability.

The department also as an excellent state-of-the-art Infrastructure as per guidelines of MCI.
The Department has ample space for the faculty, office and supportive staff with office equipment and access to broadband internet connection, computer with power backup and printer.
This department is also equipped with Statistical, epidemiological and Health Education(IEC) Cell with facilities for internet, computer, printer, data analysis, preparation of IEC material.
We have two Demonstration Rooms with a seating capacity of 75 students in each; equipped with audio-visual aids like: LCD projector, Over Head Projector (OHP), slide projector, black board etc.
We have a spacious museum for practical teaching, well stocked with charts, models/specimen and exhibits and instruments with sections on: Nutrition, environment- water, air, sewage, helminths, insects, pesticides, Mother & Child Health and family welfare, vaccines etc. A passage is having more than 100 charts mostly prepared by the students on various important topics of Community Medicine, helping all to learn.
There is also provision for a spacious public health laboratory, with working tables for 50 students at a time; equipped with glassware, instruments, microscopes- dissecting & oil immersion,  facilities for entomology and staining of specimen; prepared microscopic slides on microbiology, parasitology  of public health importance.
The Department of Community Medicine has a spacious hall for holding seminar/journal club for postgraduates, equipped with audio-visual aids and a well-stocked library having more than 200 books and journals related to Community Medicine/Public Health.
There is a room for PG students with furniture and lockers for their belongings.
There is Rural Health Training Centre(RHTC) Vatika which is a Rural field practice area of the Department for providing comprehensive health care (OPD and IPD) to rural community, training UG/PG students and interns. It is a self-contained unit with residential accommodation for the students, interns, doctors and supportive staff. And an Urban Health Training Centre (UHTC) situated at Pratap Nagar, Sanganer catering for primary health care to underserved/ needy slum population and used as field practice area for UG/PG, interns etc.
Besides the various Teaching, Research and Community activities The Department of Community Medicine is also involved in other activities like:
Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) of Dept. of Women and Child Welfare, Govt. of India):
Department has a Central Monitoring Unit(CMU) working in collaboration with Director ICDS, Govt. of Rajasthan; under guidance of Govt. of India and NIPCCD, New Delhi for monitoring and evaluation of Integrated Child Development Services in the state of Rajasthan, covering three districts, 3 CDPOs and 15 Anganwadi Centres(AWC) and one AW/MLW training centre quarterly. Prof. RC Chaudhary, Dr. SL Bhardwaj and Dr. MS Rathore are three consultants in the project.
Immunization:
Immunization against EPI diseases to reduce mortality and morbidity in infants and children in collaboration with Paediatrics Dept. and RCHO, Govt. of Rajasthan, Jaipur. Participate in Pulse Polio Immunization of the country.
Million Death Study- A Govt. of India Project to understand and implement use of ICD-10 and bring Uniformity in reporting for data to be usable and comparable with other places, periods and organizations. Prof. RC Chaudhary is certified MDS coder and had received training.
Institutional Statistical committee
Department provides lead and guidance for research design, data collection, analysis and interpretation of data for faculty and PG researchers of this institute.
Ethical committee:
Department participates in the area of epidemiological aspects, research design, data collection and inferences for institutional research projects of all the departments.
Outreach Medical Care
Mobile health care is provided to far-flung underserved rural areas near Vatika and Karauli, providing primary health care for minor ailments on the spot, referral for needy ones to district hospital or to mahatma GandhiHospital, Jaipur for tertiary health care.
JananiShishuSuraksaYojna:
Partner in Training of ASHA for JSSY to reduce MMR and IMR in collaboration with Dept. of Medicine, MGH Jaipur.
Integrated Management of newborn and childhood infections(IMNCI )Training 
Partner with Govt. of Rajasthan and govt. of India for training faculty and doctors for IMNCI and its inclusion in undergraduate curriculum.
DOTS programme for control of tuberculosis
Partner in starting, implementing DOTS programme in MGMC & Hospital since its inception.
Workshop on use of ICD-10 in collaboration with Central Health Intelligence Bureau’ 2011, Govt. of India
Sensitizing workshop for doctors from all specialties for use of ICD-10 with diagnosis for having usable data and records for reporting and returns for national health statistics.
Continuing Medical Education:
Departmental CME is regularly held on current topics, emerging/ reemerging health problems.
Teaching of undergraduates (MBBS)
Teaching of community medicine starts from 1st   semester and runs through to 7th semester.
Theory
Classes are held for one hour each .during 1st semester lectures are delivered on evolution of concepts in community medicine and basics of humanities and behavioral sciences.
During 3rd and 4th semester lectures are organized on biostatistics, environment and health, nutrition, mental health, occupational health etc.
During 6th and 7th semester lectures covers epidemiological methods and epidemiology of communicable and non-communicable diseases, national health programmes, health care delivery and international health.
Students have 3rdProf. MBBS(Pt I) university examination at the end of 7th semester.
Practical
Practical includes field visits to a number of centres carrying out activities which have direct bearing on prevention of diseases like Malaria, tuberculosis, fluorosis etc.
Laboratory and museum setting are used to discuss environment, Nutrition, entomology etc.

 

Post graduate training in Community Medicine

  • The three years training activities are directed primarily to develop competencies that enable the students to identify community health needs and suggest and take appropriate measures to meet the same including tackling public health emergencies/ problems.
  • The curricula followed is:
    • One year interactive lessons in basic sciences, biostatics, epidemiology, communicable diseases, and recent advances.
    •  Journal clubs, seminars and public health practical.

 

    • During second and third years extramural clinical postings for six months in hospital in the department of medicine, respiratory medicine, skin, paediatrics, obstetrics and Gynaecology, microbiology, hospital record keeping and health administration.
    • Posting to Rural and Urban Health training centre for a period of two months and one month respectively for family, medico social case studies and analyses (evaluation) of National health programme.

 

    • The student is asked to conduct community health work for thesis and orientation to research methodology training and research work including publication of at least one paper as main worker in indexed journal.  

Internship in Community Medicine.

  • The eight weeks posting in community medicine is used to train the intern in ethical practice of community medicine
  • The curricula followed is
    • Twenty days each in rural and urban health centers for exposing them to national health programme, reproductive and child health.

 

    • Remaining period is used for training in public health practicals, immunistaion clinics and antenatal clinics in department of community medicine and obstetric department.
    • Intern is trained in communication skills and research technologies through presentation.
           

Research & Publications

Dr. B.N. Sharma, M.D., Professor & Head of the Department
Visiting faculty:

  • PGIMER Chandigarh for IDSP and mid level manager’s training on immunization.
  • UNICEF, Jaipur (on various programs)
  • UNFPA, Jaipur (on various programs)
  • IIHMR, Jaipur (on various programs)
  • DMHS, Jaipur (on various programs)
  • Central Bureau of Health Intelligence, Govt. of India
  • DWCD, Govt. of Rajasthan
  • District Collector’s office, Jaipur
  • Reserve Bank of India
  • Door-Darshan, Jaipur
  • All India Radio, Jaipur

State level coordinator cum facilitator for training of trainers:

  • Nodal officer for RHSDP trainings
  • Training of mid level managers on immunization
  • Training on
    • CSSM
    • RCH
    • NRHM
  • Training on IMNCI for faculty, medical officers and paramedicals
  • Training on ASHA
  • Training on Vitamin A prophylaxis
  • Training on adolescent health program
  • Training on RHSDP project
  • Training on gender issues
  • Training on school sanitation and health
  • Training on life skill development for school children

Dr. R. C. Chaudhary, M.D., Professor

  • Chaudhary,R.C and Sharma,R. : Involvemeent of Dais(TBA) in MCH Services,a     phased  programme. Raj Med J XIV(1) 1978.
  • Chandra Shiv and Chaudhary, R.C.: Community oral health assessment in a fluorotic belt. J Ind Dent Assoc 53(2)1981
  • Chaudhary, R.C.: Clinicosocial study of leprosy in rural Rajasthan. Lep in Ind. 53(2) 1981.
  • Tamboli, B.L.; Chaudhary R.C. and David, S.H.: Prevalence of hypertension and levels of blood pressure in an adult population Curr Med Pr 25(4) 1981.
  • Chaudhary, R.C. : Dilemma of a basic doctor. J SNMC 1980.                       
  • Mathur, M.L. and Chaudhary, R.C.: A clinicosocial study of castoff laparoscopic sterilisation. Raj Med. J. XX(1).1982.
  • Bansal,R.C and Chaudhary,R.C : Performance of immunization against EPI diseases. Raj Med J XXI(4)1982.
  • Vyas, G.K.;Dudani, I.U.; Chaudhary, R.C.: A sociological study of leprosy cases in Gandhi Kustha   Ashram, Jodhpur(Rajasthan Lep in Ind 54(2) 1982. Abstracted in Quart Bib Maj Trop Dis(WHO/UNDP) 6(1) 1983.
  • Mathur, M.L. and Chaudhary, R.C.: A clinicosocial study of casesof laparoscopic sterilisation. Raj Med J XX(1).1982.
  • Chaudhary, S.K.; Chaudhary, R.C. and Mathur, H.N.: Prospects of laparoscopic sterilization in Rajasthan. Health & Pop Persp Issues, 16(3).1983.
  • Chaudhary, R.C. : Reorientation of Medical Education(ROME). J SNMC.1983.
  • Ojha, K.S.;ChaudharyR.C.and S.K. Chaudhary: Epidemiological study of leprosy at Jaipur. Ind J Lep.56(4).1984. Abstracted in Quart Bib Maj Trop Dis(WHO/UNDP).1985.
  • Singh,R;Toweir, A.A. Benghazi and Chaudhary,R.C.: The epidemiology and prevention of disability with reference to Gary Med J 12(1&2).1989.
  • Toweir, A.A. Dhariwal, ML and Chaudhary,R.C.: A clinicoepidemiological social study of viral hepatitis in Benghazi, Libya. Gary Med J 12(1&2).1989.
  • Toweir A.A, Chaudhary R.C. and Khalifa, W.E. : A report on Schistosomiasis among children from a nonendemic area. Assiut Med J 18(4).1994.
  • Tyagi, B.K.;Chaudhary, R.C. and Yadav, S.P.: Epidemic malaria in Thar Desert, India. Letter to the editor. The Lancet 34(6) pp 634, 635.1996.
  • Tyagi, B.K.;Chaudhary, R.C. : Geographical diversity in the human plasmodia species and “Desert Malaria Syndrome” in Thar desert.(In :Faunal diversity in Thar desert). Eds A.K. Ghosh, I. Prakash and Q.H. Baqri.ScintificPub.,Jodhpur. Pp35 to 48.1996.
  • Joshi, V. and Chaudhary, R.C. :Transovarian transmission of dangue-3 virus. Trans Roy Assoc Trop Med & Hyg.90:643-644.1996.
  • Mathur, M.L.; and Chaudhary,R.C. : Increased risk of Tuberculosis in opium addicts .Ind J Med Sc.50(10)1996.
  • Mathur, M.L and Chaudhary,R.C : Mortality experience of sand stone quarry workers ofJodhpur district. . Lung India,XIV(2),1996
  • Tyagi, B.K and Chaudhary, R.C. : Outbreak of Falciparum malaria in Thar Desert withparticular emphasis On physiographic changes brought about by extensive canalization and their impact on vector density and dissemination. J Arid Env. 36:541-555,1997.
  • Mathur, M.L. and Chaudhary,R.C. : “Desert Lung Syndrome” in rural dwellers of Thar Desert in India. J Arid Env. 36:559-563.1997.
  • Joshi,V; Singhi,M and Chaudhary,R.C.: Studies on dracunculiasis in the Indian desert. J Arid Env, 37 :181-191.
  • Toweir, A.A. and Chaudhary, R.C. : Review of cases of leprosy in Benghazi, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya,1994-1998.. East. Med. Hlth. J, WHO, EMRO, Alexandria. Vol.6,N0.5/6 , 2000.
  • Chaudhary,R.C.: Mental Health Problems in Primary Health Care. In Essentials of Postgrsduate Psychiatry, Ed. JN Vyas et al, Paras Medical Publishers, Hyderabad, 2005

CONFERENCES / SYMPOSIA / SEMINARS

  • Chaudhary,R.C. and David,S.H. : Cultural aspects of aetiology and treatment of common childhood Diseases in rural Rajasthan. Paper presented at Ist National Seminar on teaching and research in Medical Sociology in India, held at University of Jodhpur(15-17 January 1982). Sponsored by ICSSR and ICMR.
  • Vyas, P.D. and Chaudhary, R.C: Qualitative and quantitative assessment of MCH Services at the MCH. Centre Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur. Paper presented at the above Seminar.
  • Chaudhary, R.C. and Dudani, I.U: Seroconversion after measles immunization with Schwartz’s vaccine.. Paper presented at the XII th National Conference of IAPSM held at CMC,Vellore(Jan.1982).
  • Swami, S.S., and Chaudhary, R.C: Postvaccinial  reactions with live attenuated measles vaccine. Paper. presented at the State Conference of IMA at Jodhpur(1982)
  • Dudani, I.U. and Chaudhary, R.C. : Utility of Health Training Centre: An experience. Paper presented at the II State Level Conference of IAPSM(Rajasthan Chapter) at SMS Medical College, Jaipur(20-21 April 1982).
  • David, S.H. and Chaudhary, R.C.: Role of schools in health education. Paper presented at the above conference.
  • Chaudhary, R.C. : Rapid health survey of a desert village-KuiInda. Paper presented at Annual Conference of National Environmental Conservation Organization (NACO) on June 25, 1983, at Jodhpur.
  • Chaudhary,S.K. and Chaudhary,R.C.: Knowledge Attitude and Practices regarding immunization in children. Paper presented at the III Annual Conference of IAPSM(Rajasthan Chapter) at S.P. Medical College, Bikaner(21-22 Oct 1983).
  • Chaudhary, R.C. and Ojha, K.S.: Utilization of Mobile Clinic under Reorientation of Medical Education (ROME) scheme at SN Medical College, Jodhpur. Paper presented at the Above conference.
  • Chaudhary, R.C. : Appropriate strategy of delivery mechanism of measles vaccination. Paper presented at II International Symposium on Public Health in Asia And Pacific Basin, at Bangkok, Thailand (7-11 January 1986).
  • Chaudhary, R.C. : Maintenance of cold chain in EPI. Paper presented at a two days WHO Training Course for Doctors and Nurses held at Al Arab Medical University Benghazi, Libya (12-13 Feb 1989.
  • Toweir, A.A. and Chaudhary,RC: An evaluation of EPI at Benghazi. Presented at II Libyan-Austrian Medical Conference,Benghazi,Libya(1989).
  • Singh,R and Chaudhary, R.C.: Epidemiology of disabled persons in Benghazi. Paper  presented at II Libyan- Austrian International Conference, Benghazi, Libya.(1989).
  • Gupta, B. and Chaudhary R.C.: A study of HbsAg prevalence among blood donors at Benghazi, Libya.   Paper presented at XXI National Conference of IAPSM at BHU, Varanasi (1989).
  • Chaudhary, R.C.; Singh,R. and Omer,S. : Rhesus incompatibility: magnitude, attributes and    outcome at Al Jamahiriya Hospital, Benghazi, Libya. Paper presented at IV Jamahiriya Congress on Medical Sciences(1998).
  • Chaudhary R.C.; Singh,R. and Omer,S.: Epidemiology of major anomalies at Benghazi during 1996.Paper presented at the above conference.
  • Ameena; Omer,S. and Chaudhary, R.C.: Studying the educational background of health care providers and their perception and views about the factors affecting                          their performance. Paper Presented at the above conference.
  • ChaudharyR.C : Epidemiology of  tobacco use in India, paper presented  at WHO/     ICMR Workhop on prevention and control of non-communicable diseases, held at Jaipur, 29-30 Aug 2005.
  • Chaudhary,RC: Strengthening of teaching of Community Medicine, Theme paper presented at X Rajasthan Conference of IAPSM (17-18 Feb 2007) at SIHFW, Jaipur.
  • Mangal, S;.Yadav, S Chaudhary, R.C.: Family planning practices in rural and urban population of Jamnagar, Gujrat.paper presented at X Rajasthan Conference of IAPSM (17-18 Feb 2007) at SIHFW, Jaipur.
  • Bilochi,NC; Chaudhary,RC:  Demographic trends in Rajasthan in relation to unmet family planning needs. paper presented at X Rajasthan Conference of IAPSM (17-18 Feb 2007) at SIHFW, Jaipur.

 

Dr. SL Bhardwaj, MD, Associate Professor

  • Bhardwaj, SL and Bhatnagar, LS. Epidemiological study of high incidence of Malaria at Air Force Station Halwara. MJAFI.1990:46(1), 33-39
  • Bhardawj, SL, Luthra SC: Epidemiological analysis of two wheeler accidents in Indian Air force. MJAFI, 1992:49 (9) 23-26
  • Bhardwaj, SL, Thakur, CS, Singh, SN et al. Study of coronary risk factor prevalence in the Air force population at Air Force Station Adapmur. Ind J Aero Med. 1995:114:41-45
  • Talukdar, D. Bhardwaj SL. Study of low backache incidence amongst AN 32 aircrew at air Force  station Chandigarh. ( Ind J Aero, in Dec09)
  • Bhardwaj SL, Rathore MS.  Study of infant feeding and neonatal care practices among nomadic tribe in Rajasthan.2011( paper accepted for publication in the international journal of Anthropology (vide the email )Dec. 2011
  • Bhardwaj SL, Rathore MS. A study of infant feeding practices in tribes in slums of Jaipur. Paper accepted for publication in The Journal Raj Med Association.Nov. 2011.

 

Dr.ShwetaMangal, MD, Associate Professor

  • Mangal S, Ladha N: “Evaluation Of Safe Motherhood Practices In Relation To JananiSurakshaYojna” (Accepted for publication inIndian Journal Of Research And Reports In Medical Sciences, ISSN 2250-3056,vide e mail letter july 2012)
  • Mangal S, Padhiyar N: Evaluation of Antenatal Care Received by Women Residing in Urban Area of Jamnagar”. (Spark International Online e Journal, Vol. II, Issue–3, February 2010, ISSN 0975-7929)
  • Jain A, Mangal S: Assessment of nutritional status of elderly by mini nutrition assessment scale in old age homes of Jaipur.” (Indian Journal of gerontology, 2010;Vol.24:290-98, ISSN 0971-4189)
  • Mangal S, Mangal M:  A study of W/H Ratio as a Better Indicator of Obesity over BMI among Urban Obese Elderly”. (Indian Journal of gerontology, Vol.24, No.1, 2010, ISSN 0971-4189)
  • Yadav S, Mangal S: Evaluation of Immunization coverage in urban slums of Jamnagar city. (Indian Journal of Community Medicine,Vol.31, No.4, 2006,ISSN 0970-0218)
  • Mangal M, Mangal S: Conventional V/S stapler closure of wound (ISSN -971-7676).
  • Acted as a guide for the Short Term Studentship  Project, 2011, by ICMR , for 3RD semester student, work ongoing on,“Evaluation Of Safe Motherhood Practices In Relation To JananiSurakshaYojna”
  • Acted as a guide for the Short Term Studentship  Project, 2010, by ICMR , for 3RD semester student & submitted a report on ,”Infant Feeding Practices & its Relation with Infant Morbidity”.
  • Acted as a guide for the Short Term Studentship Project, 2009, by ICMR , for 3RD semester    student & submitted a report on, “A Cross Sectional, School based Study of Health Status of School Children”.

CONFERENCES / SYMPOSIA / SEMINARS

  • Mangal S: Evaluation of immunization status of children and mothers in Urban slums of Jamnagar district (Paper presented at XII IAPSM Gujarat Chapter conference 2005)
  • CME on “child survival” organized by Dept. of Community Medicine, Shri M./P.Shah Medical College,Jamnagar,on 30 th January 2005.
  • Mangal S: Family planning practices of women in rural and urban population of Jamnagar, Gujarat (Paper presented at X  IAPSM Rajasthan Chapter conference 2007)
  • Ladha N ,Mangal S: “Evaluation Of Safe Motherhood Practices In Relation To JananiSurakshaYojna” (Paper presented at MEDICON 2012 , Sewagram, Wardha)
  • MCI regional centre for Medical Education Technologies Pramukswami Medical College, Karamsad. Basic Course Workshop In Medical College Education Technologies held at Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital , Jaipur on 21 – 23 April , 2012
  • Training program for neonatal resuscitation by IAP on 25/5/12 at M.G.MedicalCollege , Jaipur.

 

Dr.M.S.Rathore , Associate Professor

  • Sitaram Gupta, M.S.Rathore, S.S.Shekhawat. A Cross Sectional Study Of Health Profile Among Rural Elderly Of North-West Rajasthan ,Ind.Jr.Gerento.Vol.23,No.1,PP 26-31, 2009.

Papers  presented at Conferences

  • U. Lakhanpal, S. Manchanda, M. S. Rathore, Orientation Camp of Dais- A Technique Of Reoriantation Of Medical Education, XIV Annual Conference IAPSM,16-18 February 1984, S.N. 8
  • V.Mohan,M.S.Rathore,TejbirSingh.A Study Of Demographic Profile And Qualiy&  Extent  Of Service Available To Potential ICDS Beneficiaries In a Rural Block, XIV Annual Conference IAPSM,16-18 February 1984, S.N. 83.
  • U. Lakhanpal, , M. S. Rathore, Epidemiology of Measles In Rural Punjab, XV Annual Conference  IAPSM, 11-13 January 1985, Epidemiology,S.N.- 11
  • U. Lakhanpal, , M. S. Rathore, Asssment Of Measles Vaccine Efficacy Clinicaly In Rural Punjab,XVAnnual Conference IAPSM, 11-13January 1985,Epidemiololy S.N.-14    
  • U. Lakhanpal, M. S. Rathore,  S. Manchanda . Reoriantation  Training camp For Dais-An Activity Under Rome Scheme, XV Annual Conference IAPSM,11-13 January 1985 ,Medical education -S.N. 4

 

Dr. Anjali,MD, Assistant Professor

  • Jain A et al, “Trend and Causes of Maternal Mortality among women delivering in S. N. Medical College Hospital, Agra”, Indian Journal Of Public Health, Vol. 53, No.1, January- March, 2009.
  • Jain A et al: Assessment of nutritional status of elderly by mini nutrition assessment scale in old age homes of Jaipur.” (Indian Journal of gerontology, 2010;Vol.24:290-98, ISSN 0971-4189)
  • Mangal S., Jain A: A study of W/H Ratio as a Better Indicator of Obesity over BMI among Urban Obese Elderly”. (Indian Journal of gerontology, Vol.24, No.1, 2010, ISSN 0971-4189)
  • Jain A et al, Effect of Nitrous oxide on pain due to Rocuronium injection: A randomized, double blind, controlled clinical trial, Indian Journal of Anaesthesia, Vol 54, Issue 2, Mar-Apr2010, pg. 142-5
  • Jain A et al, “A study of Maternal care services utilization in Agra district”, Indian Journal  Of Community health, Vol. 53, No.1, January- March, 2009.
  • Jain A et al, “Quality of antenatal services utilization in Agra district”, Indian Journal  Of Preventive and Social Medicine, Vol. 53, No.1, January- June, 2011.
  • Jain A et al, “Delivery trends in a district of North India”, Spark International online eJournal, Vol. 2, Issue 4, Aug, 2010, pg124-133.

Papers  presented at conferences

  • Jain A : Assessment of Antenatal Services Utilization in Agra district (Paper presented at UPIAPSMCON- 2007)
  • Jain A: Assessment of Antenatal Services Utilization in Agra district”,. (Paper presented at 52nd National Annual Conference of Indian Public Health Association, March 2007)
  • Jain A: Assessment of Natal Services Utilization in Agra district”, (Paper presented at 52nd  National Annual Conference of Indian Public Health Association, March 2007)
  • Jain A: Assessment of Antenatal Services Utilization in rural, urban and urban slums of Agra   district ”, (Paper presented at 53rd National Annual Conference of Indian Public Health Association, March 2008).
  • Jain A: Assessment of Natal Services Utilization in rural, urban and urban slums of Agra district ”, (Paper presented at 53rd National Annual Conference of Indian Public Health Association, March 2008)
  • Acted as a guide for the Short Term Studentship  Project, 2010, by ICMR , for 3rd  semester student & submitted a report on ,” A study of the risk factors of non-communicable diseases among the staff of a private medical college of Jaipur”.
  • Acted as a guide for the Short Term Studentship  Project, 2009, by ICMR , for 3rd  semester student & submitted a report on, “A Cross Sectional Study of Nutritional Status of Elderly Residing in Old Age Home”.

Dr.RajaatVohra, MD, Assistant Professor

  • Overweight and Obesity among school going children of Lucknow City. Journal of family and Community Medicine. August 2011, Vol 18, issue 2.

CONFERENCES / PAPER PRESENTED

  • A study of overweight and obesity and its determinants among school going children of Lucknow city. IAPSMCON 2009 UP- Uttarakhand chapter. Hind Institute of Medical Sciences, Barabanki, UP.
  • A study of tuberculosis spine in patients visiting Era’s Lucknow medical college and Hospital, Lucknow. IAPSMCON 2009 UP- Uttarakhand chapter. Hind Institute of Medical Sciences, Barabanki, UP.
  • Workshop on Research Methodology. Department of Community Medicine. LLRM Medical College, Meerut.
  • Orientation Training Programme (OTP) in Yoga for Allopathy Doctors. Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga. New Delhi.11th Annual conference of UP and Uttarakhand Chapter. IAPSM. LLRM Medical College, Meerut.
  • MCI regional centre for Medical Education Technologies Pramukswami Medical College, Karamsad. Basic Course Workshop In Medical College Education Technologies held at Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital , Jaipur on 21 – 23 April , 2012
  • Training program for neonatal resuscitation by IAP on 25/5/12 at M.G.Medical College, Jaipur.

Dr. Sanjay chaudhary, MD, Assistant Professor

  • Profile of  Non-Communicable Diseases(NCDS) Risk Factors among Rural community of Wardha. District using  WHO STEPS Approach: Thesis submitted for degree of Doctor Of Medicine (Community Medicine) to DattaMeghe Institute  Of Medical  Sciences University Nagpur(Maharashtra)
  • Sanjay Choudhary1, SmrutiranjanNayak,VarunGaiki, MeenakshiKhapre, AbhayMudey, VasantWagh: Study of anthropometric parameters in young healthy individuals having parental history of hypertension: a study conducted on college going students. Int j Biomed Research, 2011.
  • Dr. Sanjay R. Chaudhary: Body Mass Index as a risk factor for hypertension and diabetes mellitus in rural population; paper presented at 56thannuall National conference of Physiology,2010 at DMIMSU(D.U), Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha
  • Chaudhary SR;Mudey AB; Goyal RC: A study on prevalence of non communicable diseases among age group of 15-24 years in rural area of Wardha district Presented at  National Conference of IAPSM, 2009 Jan at Govt. Medical college, Aurangabad(MH).

Training, Workshops

  • MCI regional centre for medical education technologies pramukswami medical college ,Karamsad basic course workshop in medical college education technologies held at Mahatma Gandhi medical college &hospital , Jaipur on 21 – 23 April , 2012 .
  • Successfully completed modular training programme for medical officer under the revised national tuberculosis control programme at Jawaharlal Nehru medical college ,Sawangi (meghe) from 26/06/2009 to 01/07/2009 .
  • Participated in state level workshop on Emergency Obstetric Care (EMOC)  at  Dattameghe institute of medical science (DU) , Sawangi (MEGHE) , Wardha on 7 Feb.2009
  • Successfully completed training course on applied health economics and financing organized by national institute of health and family welfare (ministry of health and family welfare , Govt. of India) New Delhi from 1 to 5 DEC 2008 .
  • Participated in national workshop on Research techniques in clinical pharmacology at  Dattameghe institute of medical science (DU) , Sawangi (MEGHE) , Wardha on 22 November2008
  • Participated in state level symposium on International health regulations at  Dattameghe institute of medical science (DU) , Sawangi (MEGHE) , Wardha on 15 November2008 supported by DMIMSU , World health organization , India & medical council of India .
  • Attend a training programme on HIV/AIDS on 28/06/2008& 29/06/2008 held at atDattameghe institute of medical science (DU) , Sawangi (MEGHE) , Wardha .
  • Participated in  workshop on Research methodology  at  Dattameghe institute of medical science (DU) , Sawangi (MEGHE) , Wardha on 17 MAY and 18MAY 2008.
  • MCI regional centre for Medical Education Technologies Pramukswami Medical College, Karamsad. Basic Course Workshop In Medical College Education Technologies held at Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital , Jaipur on 21 – 23 April , 2012
  • Training program for neonatal resuscitation by IAP on 25/5/12 at M.G.Medical College, Jaipur. 

Dept. of Community Medicine Ongoing research by PG Students-2012

  • Bhardwaj,SL: Rapid Health Survey in nomadic tribe of Rajasthan, 2011.
  • Bhardwaj,SL: Neonatal care and infant feeding practices in nomadic population of Rajasthan, 2011.
  • Bhardwaj,SL: A study of substance abuse in slum population of Jaipur(South).2011       
  • Bhardwaj,SL: Nutrition status of under 15 years children and adults in the the field practice area of Dept. of Community Medicine, MGMC & H, Jaipur, 2011

ICMR  STS Projects – 2011

  • Nikhilesh: Evaluation Of Safe Motherhood Practices In Relation To JananiSurakshaYojna, work done  under guidance of Dr.ShwetaMangal, Asso. Professor.

 

ICMR  STS Projects – 2012

  • MananSarupriya: Perception and Practices of mothers regarding Integrated management of neonatal and childhood illness (IMNCI)in children upto 5 years of age in rural rajasthan, work done  under guidance of Dr. Anjali Jain, Asst. Professor.