The subcommittee constituted by the medical council of the India for preparing pediatric curriculum syllabus for postgraduate medical students has made the following recommendations.

 

The subcommittee reviewed the objectives listed in the medical council of India. (MIC) document and refined them without deviating from the overall sprit. The subcommittee recommends that the objectives written hereunder be incorporated in the future documents of the MCI.

 

The broad goal of the teaching of students in Pediatrics aims at providing adequate knowledge and appropriate skills to handle health problems of children in order to ensure their optimal growth and development and intensive care to neonate and pediatric emergency

    • Department Objectives :
    • Objective :

     

    The course includes systematic instructions in growth and development, nutritional need of children, immunization schedules and management of common diseases of newborn infancy and childhood, community pediatrics and health education.

     

     

    The training in pediatrics should prepare the student to deliver preventive, promotive curative and rehabilitative services for care of children both in the community and at hospital as pert of a team in an integrated form with other disciplines

STAFF

Teaching Staff

Professor         1

Associate Professor     3

Assistant Professor      5

SENIOR RESIDENT     4

 

Postgraduates Students

3rd year students(Registrar)     4

2nd year students         5

1st year students          5

 

Nursery Staff

in charged        3

staff nurses      36

 

Ward Distribution

Outdoor

Consulting room 3

Waiting room 2

Room for oral rehydiation therapy

Immunization center

Teaching room

Emergency room

Adolence Clinic room

Indoor

Baby Medical Unit       - I

Well Baby Clinic room

30 beds for indoor patient

PICU - 4 bedded

Isolation room for diphtheria,tetanus,Measles & Infective Hepatitis

Baby medical unit - II & unit - 3

30 beds for indoor p to

Isolation room for diphtheria,tetanus,Measles & Infective Hepatitis

Neonatal intensive care unit



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After 2014

1]      Cord Blood Albumin as A Predictor of Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia: A Prospective Open Label Study.  HR Chauhan, AN Parekh, JR Gohil. Natl J Integr Res Med 2017;8(5):41-43. http://nicpd.ac.in/ojs-/index.php/njirm/article/view/1303 

2]       A Retrospective Study of Intrathechal vs. Intramuscular Administration of Human Tetanus Immunoglobulin in Pediatric Tetanus. ML Bhikadiya, JR Gohil, BR Patel, AN Parekh, MM Gosai. Pediatr Education Res. 2017;5(2):57-60. http://www.rfppl.co.in/view_abstract.php?jid=22&art_id=5379

3]       The Effects of Music on Vital Signs, Weight, and Wellbeing of Premature Infants. RR Mehta, JR Gohil, RM Patel, T Agarwal. Indian J Maternal fetal Neonatal Medicine. http://dx.doi.org/10.21088/ijmfnm.2347.999X.3216.3 2016;3(2)(07-12):73-9.

4]      Correlation of blood culture results with the sepsis score and sepsis screen in the diagnosis of early-onset neonatal septicemia. HR Hassan, JR Gohil, R Desai,

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The focus of training in pediatrics shall be the disorders seen and managed at primary health center 8 tertiary level hospital or in general practice. The subcommittee identified topics which students must know and those they should know in view of the high contribution of neonatal mortality (over 60%) to infant mortality rate, it is recommended that about 25% of didactic and bedside clinical teaching in pediatrics should be devoted to neonatology.

 

The didactic teaching in the from of lectures should be restricted to one-third of the teaching program. It is desirable to outline the objectives cope and contents of each lecture so the teacher is provided with detailed guidelines to cover essential aspects of the topic. The national programmes pertaining to maternal and child health should be taught by the faculty of department of Pediatrics & collobaration of community medicine.

The curriculum content will be viewed as 25 MODULES as listed in detail hereunder. Intermediate objectives for each module and specific objectives for each unit within each module will have to be defined as the next step once the medical council of India approves the present syllabus as below.

    • Didactic Teaching

    Introduction of Pediatrics

      1. Evaluating of medical literature and clinical epidemiology
      2. Ethics in Paediatrics care
      3. Conceptual issue


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    • Conference and seminar
    • Attendance in various conference & Seminar of both staff & ralivat level

    • CME
    • Attendance of CME organized by IAP. Bhavnagar Chapter

    • Paper Presentation
    • By the student dr. and the teacher in various conference & CMES.

    • Post graduation Quiz
    • Particulars as the Post graduation students in PG Quiz organized by the staff

CO - CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

    • Well baby clinic
    • every Wednesday from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.

    • Average attendance 35 pts.

    • Routine newborn care immunization

    • Adolescent friendly health service center
    • every Friday from 4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.

    • Specialist from Skin & VD, Psm , OBS & Gyn, Paed. are psychiatrist available

    • Tuberculosis Clinic
    • every Thursday from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.

    • new patients & old patients of TB

    • SHRC(School Health Referral Services)

                                            MBBS Pediatric Internal Mark Calculation

Theory                                             Weightage          Marks

Part 1                Internal  -  I                 25 %                2.5      

part 2                 Internal  -  II               25 %                2.5      

Full course          Prelim                     50%  &nbs

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Department Publication

    Dr. Palak Hapani (Associate Professor)


    Dr. Pranav Harshadbhai Punasanvala (Assistant Professor)


    Dr. Dhara Gosai (Assistant Professor)


    Dr. Dipti Shah (Assistant Professor)


    Dr. Arif Vohra (Assistant Professor)


    Dr.Kajal Purohit (Senior Resident)


    Dr. Shipra Agarwal (Senior Resident)


    Bibin varghese (First Year Resident)


    Pratyush Jain (First Year Resident)


    Asha patel (First Year Resident)


    Mamta Suthar (First Year Resident)


    Mukesh Prajapati (First Year Resident)