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No Tobacco Day

Department of Community Medicine, RRMCH conducted “No Tobacco Day” on 2nd June 2017 at Chunchunkuppe and Doddaladamara.

The rally was organized by Department of Community Medicine, RRMCH Bangalore to commemorate World No Tobacco Day 2017. From the Dept of Community Medicine, Dr Srinivas N, Assistant Professor, co-ordinated the activities.

1. Staff ,Post graduates and interns from Department of Community Medicine took part in the rally along with 7th term MBBS students and Staff of RHTC Chunchanakuppe.
2. The rally commenced with raising slogans against tobacco use and ended at the RHTC Chunchanakuppe.
3. Refreshment was provided by the college
4. Transport arrangement was made by the college.
The rally concluded successfully.

Dr Srinivas N – Event I/C
Dr Shashikala – Prof & HOD


The rally was organized by Department of Community Medicine, RRMCH Bangalore to commemorate World No Tobacco Day 2017. From the Dept of Community Medicine, Dr Srinivas N, Assistant Professor, co-ordinated the activities.
1. Staff ,Post graduates and interns from Department of Community Medicine took part in the rally along with 7th term MBBS students and Staff of RHTC Chunchanakuppe.
2. The rally commenced at Big Banyan tree with raising slogans against tobacco use and ended at the Government primary school.
3. The 7th term students enacted a role play to create awareness regarding the hazards of tobacco use, in the Government Primary School.
4. Refreshment was provided by the college

Transport arrangement was made by the college.
The rally and health education skit concluded successfully.


Saturday Clinical Update : Dept. Of Ophthalmology

The weekly clinical update by the department of Ophthalmology will be held in college Auditorium on 3rd June 2017 at 9:30 AM.

All Faculty members, PG’s and UG’s are requested to attend the same.

Topic : “INTRODUCTION TO REFRACTIVE ERRORS WITH AN EMPHASIS ON USES OF CONTACT LENSES”.
Speakers : Dr. Vishwas D.
Moderator : Dr. Vandana Parasar.

WORLD’S FOOT HEALTH MONTH” AND “INTERNATIONAL NURSES WEEK”

On occasion of World’s foot health month” and “International nurses week”, a guest lecture was organised for all the nursing students by Dr. Amit Jain, associate professor, department of surgery on diabetic foot titled “understanding diabetic foot through amit jain’s system of practice – the new global approach” on may 9th, 2017. this activity was a part of Amit Jain’s project for diabetic foot care – a National and International initiative for training doctors and nurses on diabetic foot.




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RRMCH Primary Health Training Centre at Chunchunkuppe

Rural Health care is one of the biggest challenges facing INDIA today. With more population living in rural areas and low level of available health facilities, mortality rates due to diseases are on a high.  Rural residents often experience barriers to healthcare that limit their ability to get the care they need. Private health care is expensive and it is also unaffordable by low income rural folks. In order to ensure that rural residents have sufficient Super Specialty healthcare access it is imperative that these health services are brought closer to their homes. Ideally, residents should be able to conveniently and confidently use services such as primary care, dental, behavioral health, emergency, and public health services very close to their homes.

To control the spread of diseases and reduce the growing rates of mortality due to lack of adequate health facilities, special attention needs to be given to the health care in rural areas.

RRMCH recently inaugurated a Primary Health Training Centre at Chunchunkuppe. The ceremony was held on Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at 11 am and was inaugurated by Sri S T Somashekar, MLA Yeshwanthpur Constituency.


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Congrats Dr D L Ramchandra

RRMCH is over whelmed to share that Dr.D.L.Ramachandra, Medical Director , RRMCH, Bangalore has written a hand book on “CLINICAL SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS” Pathophysiology and Management.

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Workshop on Diabetic Foot

The Department of General Surgery has organised a workshop on Diabetic Foot

Topic : DIABETIC FOOT WORKSHOP
Date : 26.05.2017
Time : 11:30 to 12:30 pm
Venue : Kadamba Hall (College Auditorium)
Speaker : Dr. Amit Kumar, Assoc Prof, General Surgery, RRMCH.

ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.




On occasion of world foot health month, Dr AMIT JAIN, Associate Professor from Department of Surgery of Rajarajeswari medical college and hospital, conducted a workshop on diabetic foot under the aegis of ‘AMIT JAIN’S PROJECT FOR DIABETIC FOOT- A NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVE’.

This hands on training workshop was attended by 87 students from the 2nd and 3rd year nursing and few from MBBS batch on 26th may 2017.

Saturday Clinical Update : Dept. of Radiology

The weekly clinical update by the department of Radiology will be held in college Auditorium on 27th May 2017 at 9:30 AM. All Faculty members, PG’s and UG’s are requested to attend the same.

Topic : “ULTRASOUND EVALUATION OF PERIPHERAL NERVES”.
Speakers : Dr. Trunni Bhattacharjee.
Moderator : Dr. Sindhu.N

NURSE’S DAY CELEBRATIONS AT RRMCH

Nurses around the world will celebrate International Nurses’ Day on 12 May of every year, the anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale.

The International Council of Nurses, which started the event unofficially back, in 1965, has chosen the theme of this Nurses’ Day as

Nurses: A Force for Change: Care Effective, Cost Effective. “Nurses are well positioned to drive improvements in efficiency and effectiveness,”

“Nurses’ Day is a great opportunity for nurses and patients to truly celebrate their vocation”.

RRMCH celebrated the “Nurses’ Day” on 20th May 2017. The senior nurses were felicitated by our Hon’ble chairman Sri A.C.Shanmugam for their contribution and dedication for the work. The Hon’ble chairman Sri A. C. Shanmugam spoke about the importance of the role of a nurse in a patient’s life. He also announced that from now on each month, the nurses will be honored for their dedications and contribution in their rendering of work. The program flourished with lot of cultural activities and fun following competitions.

MONTHLY CLINICAL MEETING / CPC 2017-18

1.The monthly clinical meeting/CPC will be conducted every month 3rd Wednesday of the month at 2.30PM in College Auditorium.

2.The schedule and responsibility for the year 2017-18 will be as follows:-

June Dept of Medicine
July Dept of Surgery
August Dept of OBG
September Dept of Peadiatrics
October Dept of Orthopaedics
November Dept of Psychiatry
December Dept of Dermatology
Jan- 2018 Dept of TB&CD (Pulmonary Medicine)
February Dept of Ophthalmology
March Dept of ENT

Mortality Meet for the month of May 2017

Mortality meeting for the month of May 2017 will be held on 17th May 2017 at 2:30 pm in College Auditorium (Kadamba Hall).

The following case will be discussed:-

Mrs. Prema 49 yrs/female I.P No.:- 10469. By the department of OBG
Diagnosis: (Rt) TUBOOVARIN MASS.
The chairperson for the meet will be:-
Dr. Rupakala , Prof, Dept of OBG
Dr. Rajagopalan S, HOD, Dept of Surgery
Dr. Sahajananda, Dept of Anesthesia

All faculties, PGs, and UGs are requested to attend the meeting.


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