RRMCH students were selected and participated for Simulation in Healthcare Summer School Program, France!
RRMCH is very contented to announce that our MBBS students
1. Mr. Allan Mathew, 5th term , II MBBS 2. Mr. Afshan Ali, 5th term, II MBBS 3. Mr.Udaya Bindumalyam Allan, 4th term, II MBBS 4. Ms.Vishakha Modak, 5th term, II MBBS 5. Ms. Nivetha Srinivasan, 5th term, II MBBS
were short listed and selected for Simulation in Healthcare of Summer School Angers –FRANCE, University of Angers. They have attended the program for 2 weeks.
The training program offered the students the practical and individualized instruction based on simulation. Technical know-how essential to medicine was taught by experts’ doctors across Europe from each medical or surgical discipline.
There were several workshops organized for us, among them:
4.First aid procedures
5.Newborn Care and Pediatric Resuscitation
6.Gynecological examination and childbirth
11.Gynecological examination and Childbirth
12.Breaking bad news to the patient
13.Neurological examination and lumbar puncture
High Fidelity simulation scenarios like Emergency Room Response, Laparoscopic procedures were conducted. There was one OT day in which we could attend OT procedures of any departments of student’s choice. The students were also tested at the end on the skills they learned.
They were also taught by doctors from the University and from Europe like P.Bigot, G. Legendre, G.Podevin etc. The Staff and Doctors over there were very helpful and instructed the students very efficiently and thoroughly and were most understanding and patient. Our students were joined by seven other students from France and other countries like Brazil, Spain, and Scotland etc.
It was a most interesting and informative experience that the students had and are grateful to have received a chance to attend this training program and they have come away with more medical knowledge learnt through it.
We wish them all the best and Bonvoyage.
Management, Staff & Students
Eventually RajaRajeswari Medical College and Hospital celebrated Doctor’s Day on 7th of July with adoration and salute. The program started at 11:30 am at the college auditorium. All the HODs, faculties and the PG students were present and were very enthusiastic.
Dr. A.S. Chandrasekhara Rao. Former Prof. & HOD Cardiology, SJIC Bangalore., the Chief Guest was invited with warm greetings by the management and the staff. He was felicitated by our beloved chairman Sri A C Shanmugam.
The program started with the lighting of lamp by the Chief Guest and a small introduction of the chief guest. Further the program proceeded by a small talk by our chairman. The speech was very well received and the actual proceedings began. Senior faculties from various departments were felicitated on the occasion.
A central IAP workshop under the presidential action plan 2016 was conducted on parenting and parenteening a joint venture of IAP-BPS with BAHA (Bangalore adolescents health academy) on 2nd July 2017 at API Bhavan.
Dr. R.Prema prof of pediatrics of Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital was the regional coordinator for this programme along with national coordinator Dr. Himabindhu Singh rolled out this workshop successfully where about 50 pediatrician participated across Bangalore trained by 10 faculty. The workshop turned out to be a wonderfully enlightening journey for all pediatricians who had gathered.
RRMCH is honored to share this news. A new approach made by the Department of Anatomy, RRMCH. They have published a book titled “HAND BOOK OF SHORT ANSWERS” which was released by our Honorable chairman Sri A C Shanmugam.
The World Environment Day was established in 1972 by the United Nations General Assembly. It is celebrated every year in the month of June on 5th. It is to encourage people to change their attitude towards the environment for making a safe future. The theme for World Environment Day celebration 2016 was “Connecting People to nature”. The condition of our environment is getting declined day by day because of the pollution and global warming. We should create awareness and promote eco-friendly development in our country in order to save the environment for better future.
The Nursing college staff, Civil Department staff, Teaching staff, Non-teaching staff of Medical college and the Management actively participated in this crusade and planted saplings in the campus of Rajarajeswari Medical College.