Name & Designation
Dr. S.T. Radhiga M.D.,
Professor & HOD.
Profile - Education
MBBS, M.D. (Mircobiology)
IAMM, ISBTI & INDIACLEN & SENATE
5 Projects completed
UGE, university Project - ongoing
CME PROGRAMMES CONDUCTED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL EDUCATION AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
1. CME on - “VECTOR BORNE DISEASES” - Projecting “WORLD HEALTH DAY – 2014” - “Small Bite and Big Threat” held on 08.04.2014.
2. CME on - “RECENT ADVANCES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF TYPE-2 DIABETES MELLITUS” - Projecting “WORLD DIABETIC DAY – 2014” “Healthy Living & Diabetes” held on 19.11.2014.
3. “ONCOLOGY CME” - Observing the “WORLD CANCER DAY – 2015” “NOT BEYOND US” held on 06.02.2015
4. CME on - “FUTURISTIC MEDICINE – CARDIOLOGY” held on 19.08.2015
5.UNESCO Bioethics Training Programme held on 18.08.2016 to 20.08.2016
6.CME on - "Patency" held on 26.08.2016
7.CME on Obesity held on 21.10.2016
8. Workshop – “Human Capital Management – Augmenting Leadership capabilities on 15.11.2016
9. CME in “Patentable Subject matter in the field of Medicine held on 10.2.2017.
10. CME in “Awarness on Oncology” held on 31.3.2017 11.Workshop – “Evaluation Drives Learning” held on 8.12.2017 12.Workshop – OSCE & OSPE for Nursing (UG & PG) courses on 18.4.2018
The Department of Medical Education and Curriculum Development is also conducting Expert Committee Meetings, Board of Studies for various courses and Standing Academic Board Meetings.
Curriculum Development in Medical Education should be methodical and scholarly, yet a practical process that addresses the needs of trainees, patients and the society. With this in mind, there is constant upgrading and revamping of the syllabi to suit the current changing developments in Medicine, Surgery and allied subjects. Curriculum is being modified to address the new age and life style diseases and to facilitate the re-emergence of the concept of a family physician.