Inauguaral CME & Nutrition Exhibition.
The Department of Pediatrics has organised a Inaugural CME & Nutrition Exhibition.
Date : 08.09.2017
Time : 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Venue : Kadamba Hall (College Auditorium)
Speaker : Dr.Prasanna Kumar, Dr. Sanjay Reddy, Dr.Prema, and Dr. Sushma Ravi
Event : “INAUGUARATION OF RAJARAJESWARI CENTRE FOR DIABETIES IN CHILDREN (RCDIC)”.
ALL Teaching Staff , Non teaching Staff , Inters, PG’s, UG’s are cordially invited.
Center for Diabetes in Children was inaugurated at the pediatric OPD block of RRMCH on 8/9/17. This centre caters to all children with diabetes with a multidisciplinary approach. This centre provides free insulin, glucometer and glucometer strips on a regular basis for underprivileged children with TIDM. It gives an opportunity to monitor the compliance to medication for all children. The centre also impacts education towards management of diabetes along with nutritional advice. This is a part of the project named “Changing Diabetes in Children” which is a global initiative. The centre at RRMCH is named as Rajarajeswari’s centre for Diatbetes in Children (RCDIC) which will be coordinated by Dr. R.Prema.
The Chairman A.C. Shanmugam has not left any stone unturned in providing services to the poor and needy and this adds another feather to his cap. Similarly last year Human Milk Bank, the first of its kind in Karnataka was opened to cater the needs of neonates till the mothers can recover enough milk.
To commemorate the opening of this centre, Department of Pediatrics, RRMCH, has organized a CME on changing diabetes in children helping all doctors understand the detailed and latest management of such children. Also an elaborate nutritional exhibition which throws much light and knowledge on nutritional aspects of TIDM including carbohydrate counts and glycemic index which is apt for today’s modern children’s lifestyle was displayed. This impacted practical knowledge of eating the right food. During CME our chairman Sri A.C. Shanmugham has promised to provide infrastructure and investigations including treatment for underprivileged children with Type 1 diabetes in pediatric ward.
The program was huge success with more than 200 doctors attending and the awareness of nutrition imbibed by them.
Dr. Adarsh E
Prof and HOD
Department of Pediatrics RRMCH