Department of Surgery, RRMCH attended a conference at Belgavi.
35th Annual Conference of Karnataka State Chapter of the Association of Surgeons of India.
1. Heartiest congratulations to Dr. Durganna T, Professor, Department of General Surgery who has been elected as Chairman, Karnataka State Chapter of Association of Surgeons of India for the year 2017-18.
2. Heartiest congratulations to Dr. Veena.A, Department of General Surgery for winning the IInd Prize in the posters category at the Annual Conference of Karnataka State Chapter of Association of Surgeons of India for the year 2017-18 held at Belgavi .
The weekly clinical update by the department of General Medicine will be held in college Auditorium on 18th February 2017 at 9:30 AM. All Faculty members, PG’s and UG’s are requested to attend the same.
Topic : “CARDIO VASCULAR SAFETY ISSUES IN ORAL ANTIDIABETIC DRUGS”.
It is yet again a great pleasure to congratulate Dr. Amit Jain, Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, for being an International speaker at QATAR’s First International wound Care Conference that was held at Doha. This was our college’s third representation at the international forum in last 6 months.
We thank Dr Rajagopalan and his Surgical team for their wonderful work that is taking our College students and staff to bigger heights. This truly is a surgical strike from the General Surgery Department of Rajarajeswari Medital College & Hospital.
DR. AMIT JAIN
Dept. Of Surgery
rajarajeswari Medical College
Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital has Organised for a seminar on USMLE and behavioral Science.
Date: 16th February 2016
Time: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Venue: Kadamba Auditorium ( College Auditorium)
A guest lecture by KAPLAN MEDICAL U.S.A was organized by LOGIQUEST in collaboration with Rajarajeshwari Medical College & Hospital on 16/02/2017 at Kadamba Auditorium from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm.
Dr. Alice Akunyili, delivered a lecture on“Behavioral sciences”. Dr. Tenzin Jamyang, delivered a guest lecture on “Pathway to Medical Residency in the US”. These sessions gave an insight to around 300-350 students present in the auditorium for their future and the process of USMLE exams.
The programme was compered by Dr.Prakash.R, Associate Professor, Microbiology, & chaired by Dr. H.V.Shetty, Dean, RRMCH & Dr. Shashikala, Professor & Head of the department of Community Medicine, RRMCH.
Dr. Abhishek (Intern) Department of OBG attended SCIENCE X arranged by Biotechnology department at RV college of engineering and secured first prize for his talk and workshop on “Emergency Medical Information” for the lay public. This was coached and helped by Anesthesia Department, RRMCH, Bangalore-74.
The topic he spoke about was the common emergency situations like Cardiac arrest, aspiration of foreign body, etc.
This was appreciated by everyone present in the program and he won the First prize (in CASH and a CERTIFICATE)
Rajarajeswari Medical college and hospital, RGUHS, Bangalore in association with Medical Education and Learning Point, New Delhi [A division of Quality Council of India] had organized IA & QMS – RRMCH : 2017 from 7th to 10th February 2017 at Kadamba Auditorium, RRMCH, Bangalore. 51 participants from various Medical Colleges & Hospitals in Karnataka, Cochin and Hyderabad had participated.
The Speakers and KMC Observer were felicitated by our beloved chairman.
SPEAKERS FOR THE NATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMME [IA & QMS RRMCH: 2017]
GROUP ACTIVITIES BY PARTICIPANTS
PARTCIPANTS WITH SPEAKERS AND ORGANIZING TEAM
IA & QMS-RRMCH: 2017
A National Training Programme on ISO 15189: 2012 was organized by department of Pathology, Microbiology and Biochemistry from 7th to 10th February 2017 in Kadamba auditorium, Rajarajeswari Medical College & Hospital with SIX credit hours from Karnataka Medical Council.
The training programme was compered by Dr. Sadaf Idris and 52 participants from different parts of south India had participated in this programme. This programme started with registration followed by Introduction of the participants in a lively fashion. Dignitaries of the day were Medical Director – Dr. Ramachandra, Dean – Dr. H. V. Shetty, Academic co-coordinator PG studies- Dr. Usharamachandra, Guest speaker – Dr. Neeraj Jain, Dr. Rohini kalhan, Medical Superintendent- Dr. Govindaraju, and ISO co-coordinator – Dr. Ramachandrappa. Lamp lighting was followed by welcome speech by Dr. Sangeetha, Prof & HOD, Microbiology. Dean addressed the gathering followed by guest speaker. Mr. A. C. Shanmugam, chairman, Rajarajeswari Medical College & Hospital honoured the guest speakers and KMC observer.
First session was started by Dr. Neeraj Jain in the presence of Karnataka Medical Council Observer Dr. Mahesh. H. S. Later on the sessions were covered by Dr. Rohini kalhan and Dr.Vamseedhar Annam. The programme was conducted in Theory mode, Practical Exercises and Demonstration with examples. The four days course was successfully completed with active participation of all the participants.
Certificates were issued to all the participants by our guest speakers, Dean and Academic Co-ordinator. Vote of thanks was given by Dr. Usha S. M. R, Prof & HOD, Biochemistry.
Dr. Prakash. R
Dept Of community medicine had organised general health checkup held on 23rd January 2017, at town hall, corporation circle, Bengaluru
The camp was organized in association with RRMCH and Regional Transport Office, Bengaluru on behalf of “28TH NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY WEEK”. From the Dept of Community Medicine, Dr A C Shyam, Associate Professor, coordinated the camp with Post Graduates (Dr.Hrushikesh Udupa, Dr.Anuraag) and Interns.
Team of Doctors participated in the camp.
The camp started at 9:30 am and extended till 2 pm.
130 patients underwent General health checkup along with Blood pressure and random blood sugar. Around 55 patients were referred to RRMCH for further treatment and follow-up.
Working lunch & Refreshment was provided by the organizers.