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Diabetes Fellowships In India

Arthur Asirvatham Hospital

Arthur Asirvatham Hospital

Photo copies of the original certificates and other testimonials should be submitted along with the application form. The originals of the same set must be produced for verification at the time of interview. Two passport size photographs and two stamp size photographs Photo copies of experience & extra curricular activities If selected, the original certificates including UG Degree Certificates and Medical Registration Certificate * must be submitted to the Institution returnable only after completion of the Course * Candidates registered outside Tamil Nadu state should be re-register with Tamil Nadu Medical Council Under Semester pattern the Centre offers two year full time FELLOWSHIP IN DIABETOLOGY. A pass in MBBS degree (obtained from any recognized University in India). Two years clinical experience may be preferred. An expert committee constituted by the institution will assess the aptitude and knowledge of the candidates. Committees decision will be based on the performance of the candidates in the personal interview along with other credentials.The committees decision on selection of candidates will be final. Any canvassing in this regard will be treated as a disqualification. Selected candidates will be individually notified. Candidate who fails to appear on the prescribed date for interview will notbe considered for selection. Duration of the course will be for Two years comprising four semesters of six months duration each (Full time Non residential). One time course fee of Rs.50,000/- (Rupees Fifty Thousand only) is payable at the time of admission by DemandDraft (cheque for local payment) drawn in favour ARTHUR ASIRVATHAM HOSPITAL payable at Madurai. Course feeincludes Admission fee, Tuition fee, Examination fees, and other administration expenses. The cour Continue reading >>

Diacon Hospital (diabetes Care & Research Center)

Diacon Hospital (diabetes Care & Research Center)

To provide participants with the skills necessary to provide best diabetes care to patients. Programme objectives: Provide a stand-alone, up-to-date course relevant to any Post MD/ post MBBS doctor wishing to improve the quality of their diabetes care. The fellowship certificate course covering clinical and organizational aspects of care of this chronic illness. FELLOWSHIP COURSE DETAILS WITH SYLLABUS: From January to December of each Calendar year 2 students for each course From June to the month of May in the following year 2 students for each course Educational qualification: A candidate must possess MBBS degree from Rajiv Gandhi Heath University or any of the recognized university approved by IMC. Thw duration of the RSSDI course is 1 yr for those with MD, Internal Medicine. Age limit: To be decided by the university Number of seats: 4 per year for each course Method of selection:Selection for the Fellowship course is through a 3 stage performance evaluation: Stage 1: Theory test for 90 marks (90 minutes duration and subject specific). The result will be displayed the following day on the notice board of the institute. No individual communication will be sent. Stage 2: Based on the performance in the theory test, candidates 3 times the number of available seats will be called for the clinical assessment on the third day for a practical exam. A maximum of 90 marks will be scored for this assessment. Stage 3: Those who have scored 50% in both stages will be finally interviewed on day five or six for final selection under the chairmanship of the course Director. NOTE: Selection can also be based on just an Interview if less number of candidates apply. Post MD (Internal Medicine) will be given preference. COURSE FEE AS APPLICABLE (UNIVERSITY RELATED) WILL BE CHARGED. F Continue reading >>

Diploma & Certificate Courses Offered By Medvarsity

Diploma & Certificate Courses Offered By Medvarsity

More than 3000 healthcare professionals have been successfully trained in the field of Diabetes. The Master Class - Diabetes Mellitus is a sequence of graded courses (Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3) that add up to provide a deep understanding of Diabetes management. Level 1 course will enable healthcare professionals to quickly update themselves with fundamental knowledge on Diabetes in a self-learning mode. For MBBS doctors, this level is the qualifying level to proceed to level 2 of the course. Level 2 course is designed to update the General practitioner with the essential knowledge needed for practical management of Diabetes. Here our expert faculty will train the student on the current trends and impart practical guidance on providing quality care for patients with diabetes. Level 3 course is a more exhaustive and will deliver advanced knowledge, including management of complications and special populations through online learning, Live Virtual Classes, and practical training through clinical postings. Business Excellence for Healthcare Professionals Business and management skills are essential for clinical professionals in healthcare today. Whether you are running your own practice, managing others in a clinic, or managing a department or nursing floor, the clinical skills that enabled you to advance to that position do not make up the full range of skills needed to succeed in that position. This certificate program is aimed at giving doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals the basic knowledge and skills needed to manage people and programs efficiently and within the bounds of government regulations. Each course is designed to be completed within five to seven hours. Medical, nursing and dental professionals involved in delivering clinical care, who hold Continue reading >>

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Courses/ Training >> Fellowship in Diabetes Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a common endocrine disorder that inflicts a large segment of the population the world over. With changes in lifestyle inclusive of dietary changes, alteration in physical activity and other exogenous factors it has reached epidemic proportions over the last two decades. The problem in India cannot be understated, as most epidemiological studies show an exponential increase in the prevalence of the disease to 11-19% in urban areas, and 4-10% in rural areas above the age of 30years. Type 2 diabetes is also becoming a major problem with the negative changes in lifestyle. The management of diabetes mellitus involves proper diet control, exercise, medications and lifestyle modification. Like most chronic disorders, if the patient understands the underlying disorder, its associated complications and proper handling of medications- glycaemic control and prevention of associated complications are improved. The number of doctors available to treat the disorder is limited, in most undergraduate and postgraduate set ups in India, the focus on handling diabetes and other non-communicable disorders which are metabolically related are not adequately emphasized. Besides regular clinical work, the scope for laboratory and clinical research in the area of diabetes is also large. We propose the introduction of a holistic course which enables both graduates and post graduates to adequately train and equip themselves to handle diabetes mellitus. Basic Foundational Degree: MD general medicine. Duration: 1 year for post-MD general Medicine Background, Philosophy, and Infrastructure The department of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Christian Medical College Vellore has intensified its activities in clinical spheres, Continue reading >>

Certificate Course In Diabetology

Certificate Course In Diabetology

The first name that comes to mind when you talk of excellence in Diabetes care is Dr Vijay Panikar.He is currently the Chairman of Research for study of Diabetes in India-Maharashtra chapter(RSSDI). He has been the past President of College of Physicians & Surgeons of Bombay; as well as the Secretary of Association for Diabetes Care and Prevention. He is on the editorial board for RSSDI Textbook of Diabetes. He has authored the book Healthy way of Living with Diabetes which has been translated into 4 languages. With several chapters in text books on Diabetes and Medicine and more than 20 Research publications in journals, he has been a forerunner in medical research contributing to advances in clinical practice of diabetes. His Pioneering work on Triple drug therapy for Diabetes and usefulness of low dose Pioglitazone are only the tip of the iceberg. Popularly known as The Gentle Giant of Diabetes as known in his professional circles, Dr. Negalur has been the scientific chairperson for various RSSDI conferences and is a respected orator at various national and international Diabetic conferences.He is a member of the European Association for the study of Diabetes (EASD), American Diabetic Association (ADA) as well as the Association of Physicians of India (API).He was the recipient of the prestigious DHANVANTARI AWARD by the Brahman Sabha. Certificate:Certificate Course in Diabetology Awarded by:DY Patil University (accredited by NAAC with A GRADE) Certificate course in Diabetology is a training program which combines sound theoritical knowledge of diabetes and hands-on experience in a clinical setting. Aimed to provide the student with the required exposure to scientific and clinical knowledge and make them independent in their future practice. Unique platform where ca Continue reading >>

Fellowship In Podiatric Medicine And Surgery (fpms)

Fellowship In Podiatric Medicine And Surgery (fpms)

Fellowship in Diabetic Foot Management (FDFM) AS PER IDF DATA, APPROXIMATELY 425 MILLION PEOPLE ARE AFFECTED BY DIABETES ACROSS THE GLOBE. SIGNIFICANT PART OF WHOM ARE IN THE ASIA PACIFIC REGION. INDIA IS NOW THE DIABETES CAPITAL OF THE WORLD WITH 73 MILLION PEOPLE AFFECTED. IT IS ESTIMATED THAT DIABETES WOULD AFFECT MORE 12% OF THE POPULATION BY 2025. (SOURCE IDF ATLAS 8 EDITION) FOOT COMPLICATIONS IS ONE OF THE MOST SERIOUS CONDITIONS, AFFECTING 19% - 25% OF DIABETIC POPULATION. IT IS NOTE WORTHY THAT, ONE THIRD OF THE EXPENDITURE ON DIABETIC CARE IS LINKED TO MANAGEMENT OF FOOT ULCERS DIABETIC FOOT CARE IS IN ITS INCIPIENT STAGE IN INDIA AND ASIA HOWEVER FOOT COMPLICATIONS DUE TO DIABETES ARE INCREASING AT AN ALARMING PACE. ABOUT 100 THOUSAND LOWER LIMB AMPUTATIONS ARE CONDUCTED AMONG DIABETIC PATIENTS IN INDIA PER YEAR. IT SHOULD BE THE UTMOST ENDEAVOUR OF EVERY PHYSICIAN DEALING WITH DIABETIC CARE TO GIVE COMPREHENSIVE DIABETIC CARE, INCLUDING FOOT CARE TO THE PATIENTS SO THAT WE CAN IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE AND REDUCE AMPUTATIONS DUE TO DIABETES AMONGST THE POPULATION. PROFESSIONAL FELLOW PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC FOOT CONDITIONS (FMDF) IS INDIAS ONLY 6 MONTHS MENTOR LED, BLENDED LEARNING PROGRAM IN PODIATRY. IT INCLUDES ONLINE VIDEO MODULES, LIVE WEBINARS & WORKSHOPS, HANDS ON TRAINING, MCQ AND DESCRIPTIVE ASSESSMENTS ALONG WITH IN-PERSON MENTORING. THE COURSE COVERS A WIDE VARIETY OF PRACTICE ESSENTIAL TOPICS SUCH AS APPLIED ANATOMY, BIOMECHANICS OF THE FOOT, ADVANCED DIABETIC FOOT MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES SUCH AS PLASMA REPLACEMENT THERAPY, ULTRASONIC DEBRIDEMENT AND ROLE OF ORTHOTICS AND MANY MORE. THE PROGRAM IS CONDUCTED UNDER THE ABLE GUIDANCE AND MENTORSHIP OF LEADING NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS. ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF COURSE, CANDIDAT Continue reading >>

Master Class - Diabetes Mellitus - Medvarsity

Master Class - Diabetes Mellitus - Medvarsity

Level 3: 6 months (including 1 month contact program) Medical Council of India does not recognize courses that are offered through online or blended learning platform. Can I call myself a Diabetologist/ Diabetes Specialist after completing this course? No. The aim of this course is to be a form of continuing professional development that will increase your clinical knowledge on diabetes and make you better primary care providers. It is not a replacement to formal medical education and specialization. I am still in the final year of my Medical Course (MBBS/ BDS/ BAMS/ BHMS/ BSMS/ BUMS/ BNYS). Can I take the Level 1 course? Final year students and interns from the above mentioned medical courses can enrol in Level 1 of the course and get certified. I am still in the final year of Physiotherapy/ Nursing/ Nutrition course. Can I take the Level 1? For these streams, only those who have completed the course are eligible to take Level 1. You will have to produce the degree certificate/final marks card to be eligible for the course. I am a nurse practitioner with ANM degree. Am I eligible for Level 1? The course eligibility for Nurses is limited to those holding B.Sc. Nursing degree or above only. What is the eligibility criteria for international students? The eligibility criteria for the course for international students is similar. In case you have any queries regarding eligibility, our Admission Counsellors will be able to provide more information on the same. Will completing this level, make me eligible for Level 2/ Level 3 of the course? The eligibility for Level 2/ Level 3 course is an MBBS degree with valid MCI registration. Other stream candidates can complete the Level1 Certification only and get the Certificate in Diabetes Mellitus. How to access the course material Continue reading >>

Fellowship In Diabetes Management

Fellowship In Diabetes Management

India is home to about 70 million people with Diabetes Mellitus (DM) and is estimated to have the second highest number of cases of DM in the world after China in 2015. Of these, it remained undiagnosed in more than 36 million people. The prevalence of DM in India ranges from 517%, with higher levels found in urban areas. Not just Type I diabetes, Type II diabetes has started affecting people at a very young age. As per recent reports, the number of diabetes patients in the country is likely to go up to 120 million in next 20 years. Indians are also believed to have a greater degree of insulin resistance and a stronger genetic predisposition to diabetes. Thus, India is on the verge of being the DIABETIC CAPITAL of the world. Diabetes mellitus has very high morbidity and mortality. More than 10 lakh Indians die due to diabetes every year. If left undiagnosed and untreated, it can lead to severe life-threatening complications such as coronary artery disease, stroke, End-stage renal disease, diabetic neuropathy and diabetic retinopathy eventually causing blindness. But, to cope up with such rapid escalation of DM cases, we do not have sufficient TRAINED specialists. Hence, the world needs more number of healthcare professionals. Against this background, a thorough understanding of the disease is a prerequisite to effective management of the disease. Interactive Video Sessions by Renowned Specialists Online Simulation Training for better Understanding Content designed by Highly Experienced Faculties One-to-One Mentorship by an expert for any course related assistance. Presentation, Initial Evaluation and Diagnosis Non-pharmacological management: Diet and lifestyle changes Pharmacotherapy for diabetes mellitus: Oral hypoglycaemics; Insulin therapy Microvascular complication Continue reading >>

Fellowship In Diabetes Mellitus

Fellowship In Diabetes Mellitus

The Fellowship program in Diabetes Mellitus helps to equip the doctors with the latest, clinically relevant information on Diabetes mellitus, its complications and its management. India leads the world with largest number of diabetic subjects earning the dubious distinction of being termed the Diabetes capital of the world. The latest global figures on diabetes released by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) has raised a serious alarm for India by saying that nearly 52% of Indians arent aware that they are suffering from high blood sugar. India is presently home to 65 million diabetics, second only to China which is home to 98.4 million diabetics. By 2030, Indias diabetes numbers are expected to cross the 100 million mark. Due to these sheer numbers, the economic burden due to diabetes in India is amongst the highest in the world. The real burden of the disease is however due to its associated complications which lead to increased morbidity and mortality. WHO estimates that mortality from diabetes, heart disease and stroke costs about $210 billion every year in India and is expected to increase to $335 billion in the next ten years. IMACGP has launched the Fellowship program in Diabetes Mellitus to equip the doctors with the latest, clinically relevant information in the field and it will give them a detailed insight into the disease, its complications and its management. This course is delivered entirely online. It consists of a series of comprehensive lectures by a professor in the subject, appropriately annotated with slides, animations and wherever necessary, interactive content. The delivery offers tremendous flexibility. You may pause a teacher while you refer to your textbooks (not includes) and to take notes. You may also rewind a segment to listen to t Continue reading >>

Ima Evarsity | Pg Program In Diabetes Online

Ima Evarsity | Pg Program In Diabetes Online

Diabetes usually affects organs like Brain (stroke), Heart (heart attack), Leg (gangrene), Kidney (kidney failure), Eye (retinopathy) and Nerve Damage (neuropathy). Nearly 44 lakh Indians in their most productive years aged 20 to 79 years arent aware that they are diabetic, a disease that exposes them to heart attack, stroke, amputations, nerve damage, blindness and kidney disease. The latest global figures on diabetes released by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) has raised a serious alarm for India by saying that nearly 52% of Indians arent aware that they are suffering from high blood sugar. India is presently home to 65 million diabetics, second only to China which is home to 98.4 million diabetics. Against this scenario, IMA eVarsity offers a schematically designed and pedagogically-grounded course in Diabetes mellitus by incorporating features drawn from successful on-campus and distance education. The One year Fellowship in Diabetes Mellitus aims at preparing you as a generalist doctor with comprehensive up-to-date knowledge in the management of Diabetes that allows you to confidently deal with routine problems in Diabetes in your clinical practice. During the course the candidates will be trained in different aspects of the inpatient and outpatient care of diabetes. They will also be exposed to the management of various diabetes complications through postings in the diabetic eye, heart and foot clinics and intensive care. At the end of the Course the candidate will be fully competent to deal with any type of diabetes patient as well as with diabetes complications of any degree of severity. After completion of the Program the student will be able to do Treatment of diabetes: Oral Hypoglycemic Agents and Insulin with latest developments. Complications o Continue reading >>

Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Education Academy

Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Education Academy

Affiliated to THE TAMIL NADU DR. M.G.R MEDICAL UNIVERSITY The course will enable physicians to brush up on the basics of diabetes, learn the nuances of diabetes care and remain up to date with the latest advance in Diabetology. Towards this end, DMDEA has introduced the Post Doctoral Fellowship in Diabetology, a one year Clinical Fellowship programme affiliated to the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University. During the course the candidates will be trained in different aspects of the inpatient and outpatient care of diabetes. They will also be exposed to the management of various diabetes complications through postings in the diabetic eye unit, diabetic heart unit, foot clinic and intensive care. They will also have the opportunity to obtain a flavor of research in diabetes. At the end of the Course the candidate will be fully competent to deal with any type of diabetes patient as well as with diabetes complications of any degree of severity. This is an intensive course aimed at specialisation in diagnosis, screening and management of eye diseases in diabetes. It is based on theoretical, case study and clinical approach designed to maximize the quality and efficiency of diabetic eye care and prevent blindness in diabetes. The course aims at imparting knowledge about detailed assessment of retina, diagnosis, pathogenesis and management of diabetic retinopathy. Training will also be given in glaucoma and neuro-ophthalmology evaluation in diabetic subjects. Hands on training are imparted on specialised investigations such as digital colour photography, FFA, OCT, fields. Training is given in the use of laser in treatment of diabetic retinopathy. Continue reading >>

Public Health Foundation Of India (phfi)

Public Health Foundation Of India (phfi)

Site specialties: heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cardiometabolic diseases, eye diseases The PHFI is a public private partnership, established in 2006 with initial funding from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (Government of India), the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and notable Indian philanthropists. From its inception, it was mandated to establish a strong national research network of public health and allied institutions that would undertake policy- and program-relevant research to advance public health goals in priority areas. PHFI is recognized as a Research Institution of Excellence by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Currently, there are >400 faculty and research staff (30+ PhD fellows) working on approximately 60 projects of public health concern. Research is funded by grants from international agencies, including Wellcome Trust, U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Norwegian Government, Bloomberg Global Initiative, WHO, World Bank, USAID, and UNICEF. PHFI and Emory University have been collaborators for the past 10 years, with multiple funded projects that are co-led by PHFI and Emory investigators. A Training Division was established at PHFI in 2008 to address the primary focus of capacity building, with ongoing academic courses as well as short-term courses and in-service training on areas of current importance in public health. Thematic focus areas include: health systems, chronic conditions and injuries, infectious diseases, public health nutrition, tobacco control, women and child health, and research. PHFI also conducts certificate courses in diabetes management, gestational diabetes mellitus, prevention and management of diabetes and cardiovascular disease, management of thyroid Continue reading >>

Ijcp- Diabetology

Ijcp- Diabetology

Professor V Seshiah is the chairman of Dr V Seshiah Diabetes Research Institute, Chennai. He is the former Professor and Emeritus Professor of diabetology at Madras Medical College. He has been instrumental in establishing an independent Department Of Diabetology, the first of its kind in India at Madras Medical College and Govt. General Hospital, Chennai. Since its inception the Department Of Diabetology, Madras Medical College has developed into one of the finest in the field. He had started a Post Graduate Course in diabetes leading to Diploma in Diabetology under Dr. M.G.R. Medical University. The Department has also been recognised by The Medical Council of India for PhD. Prof Seshiah was also the first to start a separate division of Pregnancy and Diabetes in 1979 in the Govt. Hospital for Women and Children Egmore, Chennai He is also the Founding Chairman of the Diabetes in Pregnancy Study Group India [DIPSI]. Presently, Vice Chairman of the International Association of Diabetes in Pregnancy study group [IADPSG]. He is the member of the Expert Review Committee for the Global Guidelines on Pregnancy & Diabetes at International Diabetes Federation (IDF). Professor Seshiah is a Member of the World Health Organization Expert Committee for consultation on diagnosis and screening for gestational diabetes. He is also a Task Force Committee member of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) on Pregnancy and Diabetes. Professor Seshiah is the author of a book titled A Handbook on diabetes mellitus. He has also contributed a chapter to Textbook of Diabetes and Pregnancy [2nd edition]. He has received several awards including the Dr B C Roy National Award for the development of the speciality of diabetology in India and Distinguished Member Award of the Association of Continue reading >>

Cmc Vellore Correspondence Fellowship In Diabetes Management 2016

Cmc Vellore Correspondence Fellowship In Diabetes Management 2016

CMC Vellore Correspondence Fellowship in Diabetes Management 2016 CMC Vellore notifies Correspondence Fellowship in Diabetes Management 2016 Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore announces admission to Distance Education Fellowship in Diabetes Management (DFID) of one year duration for 2016 session. At the end of this program the candidate will be able to Systematise a preventing and promoting health care approach for Diabetes Mellitus; describe in detail the diagnosis of Diabetes Mellitus and all its complications; start a diabetic clinic on a regular basis with the aim of closely monitoring his patients; choose with sophistication the various modalities of treatment including oral anti-diabetics and insulin; identify and manage the various complications of diabetes including hypertension, cardiac, renal, neurological & feet related ones This is a distance program of 1 year duration. In case of valid reasons, on the basis of written request, candidates may be allowed 2 years to complete the programme Doctors with MD/ MNB in General Medicine/ Internal Medicine/ Family Medicine Doctors who have completed the Post Graduate in Family Medicine (PGDFM) from CMC, Vellore or M.MED in Family Medicine Doctors with MDGP (General Practice) from Nepal/ FCGP from SAARC Countries Candidates working in Government set up / Mission Hospitals Candidates residing outside India can also apply. Those who apply from abroad should have post graduate level Medicine degree or Family Medicine degree. The fee structure will vary according to the country from which the candidate is applying. Among candidates from abroad, NRIs and candidates from SAARC nations will be given preference, provided they meet the basic eligibility criteria. Fees for Indian citizens residing and working in India - (a Continue reading >>

Fellowship In Diabetes

Fellowship In Diabetes

About Senior Doctors & Administrators from Apollo Hospital Senior Doctors & Administrators from Apollo Hospital No reviews currently Be the First to Review With about 63 million people having Diabetes in India, the healthcare burden of managing it is huge and is expected to increase further with rapid urbanization and life style changes occurring in the country. There are several challenges faced by the country in managing diabetes like increasing prevalence in urban and rural areas, lack of disease awareness among the population, limited healthcare facilities, increasing prevalence of diabetes complications and most importantly shortage of physicians specialized in treatment and management of diabetes. The "Fellowship in Diabetes" course is structured to provide broad, indepth and updated knowledge in all the aspects of diabetic care and facilitate the physicians develop the skills for efficient and integrated diabetic care. The course is divided into Four modules which cover the following Topics under each module: Introduction to Diabetes Mellitus- Definition, History, Classification, Syndromes Clinical Presentation of Diabetes Mellitus Investigations to aid diagnosis in Diabetes Mellitus Approach to Management in Diabetes Mellitus- Current Guidelines, Application of Pharmacology in a practical setting Complications of Diabetes Mellitus (Cardiovascular, Peripheral Vascular, Eye, Renal, Neurological) Complications of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (the effect on the foetus) Surgery and Anaesthesia in a Diabetic Patient Patient Education- Diet, Exercise, Monitoring Health Care delivery- The concept of Integrated Care The course material is available online, and handouts would be given. An ID and Password is provided to access the course content and online assessments. A Continue reading >>

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