Department of TB & CD and Department of Community Medicine, Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital collaborating with the District Administration, Jilla Panchayathi Health, Family Welfare Office and District TB Control Centre, Bangalore are conducting the movement of “Active TB infected detection program” from 2nd July 2018 to 17th July 2018.
About the Programme:
The activity was organized by the Dept of Community Medicine in collaboration with Dept of TB and Chest Diseases, Dr Naveen Kumar P and Dr Tina, Dr Manjunath (RNTCP MO) co-ordinated the activity with the post graduates, interns and staff.
Mr Shivakumar helped in arrangement & Organization at the actvity venue.
The activity started at 10.00 am at Kengeri Uppanagara, Shirke, Mylasandra and extended till 2.00 pm on 9th of July 2018.
The second day activity started at 10.00 am at Kumbalagodu, Brigade Houses, Doddabele construction sites and extended till 2.00 pm on 13th of July 2018.
House to House visits were made and all the house hold present at the time of visit were inquired for detection of Presumptive TB case as per standard protocol.
Total of 110 houses comprising of 460 households were inquired for detection of Presumptive TB case as per standard protocol. Some of the households having symptoms of TB sputum samples were taken and were referred to RRMCH for further treatment and follow-up.
Health Education session was conducted to participants.
RRMCH is proud to share with one and all that it has received an appreciation letter from the Chairman of the National Cyber Safety and Security Standard, New Delhi for the support rendered by us for the training of Certified Cyber Security Professional (CCSP).
The orientation day for the first year Post Graduate students ( 2018 ) batch of the institute was held on 29th June 2018 at 11:00 am. All the first year PG students, Heads and all eligible guides of all departments attended the program.
While addressing the students, the Dean spoke about the legacy and the existing teaching facilities, and the campus amenities like Library, Central Research Laboratory available with the institution. The sessions were later on conducted by Dr. Usha Ramchandra, Director PG Studies.
The PG students also shared their aspirations and spoke on the occasion.
The program was then concluded with high tea.
A CME was organized by Beckman Coulter India Private Limited on behalf of the Department of Biochemistry, Rajarajeswari Medical College & Hospital Bangalore on 02/07/2018 at College auditorium from 11am to 4pm.
Dr.S.M.R.Usha addressed the gathering. The dignitaries included:
o Dean Dr. Satyamurthy.B. RRMC&H, Bangalore.
o Medical director, Dr.D.L.Ramachandra, RRMC&H, Bangalore.
o Director PG Studies-Dr.Usha Ramachandra
o Medical Superintendent Dr.K.M.Govindaraju, RRMC&H,Bangalore.
The programme was inaugurated by lighting the lamp and an invocation song by Miss.Anusha Shridhar and this was followed by High Tea. Mr.Raghavendra.S.R, Regional business manager – South, Beckman Coulter Pvt Ltd welcomed the audience and introduced the speakers. Dr. Sadaf Idris requested, Dr.S.M.R.Usha to present a memento to the speaker. The first speaker of the CME was Mr. Kodali Murali. He delivered a talk on “Nuts & bolts of Quality Control & Management”. Dr. Sadaf Idris requested, Dr.Sangeetha to present a memento to the speaker. It was followed by Lunch, sponsored by Beckman Coulter. The second speaker of the CME was Mr Arijeet Sengupta. He delivered a talk on “Moving Cardiac assessment forward using High Sensitive Troponin I” for about 45 minutes. Dr. Sadaf Idris requested, Dr.Bindu to present a memento to the speaker. The Third speaker of the CME was Mr. JT Balaji. He delivered a talk on “AMH as a direct marker for assessment of ovarian reserve & Pre Natal Screening.” for about 45 minutes. Dr. Sadaf Idris requested Dr.Deepti Gupta, to present a memento to the speaker. Mr.Raghavendra thanked the speakers and the audience for attending the programme. The CME came to an end by 3.45pm.
International Day of Yoga at Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital
As known earlier to all of us yoga is considered as a holistic approach to health and wellness for body and mind as well.
RajaRajeswari Medical College and Hospital, observed International Day Yoga on 21st of June 2018, Thursday with lot of enthusiasm and Interest. The session was scheduled at 11:00 at the college auditorium.
Renowned Yoga teacher Mr. Venkatesh P. C from the Art Of Living Center and a Mechanical engineer by profession, an entrepreneur, Director at the SVT Pvt Ltd., former Cricketer, captain of the Karnataka state team graced the occasion highlighting the importance of practicing Yoga on a daily basis and stressed the need to incorporate it in our routine and enlightened the audience on the significance of the Day. The teacher then started the demonstration of simple Yoga asana. The teacher was felicitated and thanked for his valuable teaching.
World Vitiligo Day is being observed all over the world on 25th of June every year in connection to that Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologist and Leprologist (IADVL) has organised awareness programme throughout India. As a part of this programme the “Vitiligo Rath” will be sent to all places in India. Bangalore Dermatology society in association with IADVL Karnataka branch organised regional “Vitiligo Rath” programme. Regional “Vitiligo Rath” came to RRMCH at 12:00 noon on 26/06/2018. Hon’ble Chairman – RRGI was graceful enough to be present and receive the “Rath”. On this occasion Executive Director, Dean, Medical Director, CEO, Director of PG Studies, Principal, Medical Superintendent, Staff and PG’s from other department, UG’s and public including ambulatory patients were present. Drum beating (Dollu Kunitha) was organised on the occasion.
Dr. Vivekananda, HOD, Dermatology welcomed the gathering. Hon’ble Chairman flagged the arrival of the “Rath”. Dean spoke about Vitiligo. Dr.Umashankar Professor of Dermatology explained about myths. Vote of thanks was proposed by Dr.Priya, Professor, Dermatology. Post Graduate students from the department of Dermatology performed a skit. Overall a successful awareness programme was organised in the campus.