Medicine (Md)

Why One Should Join Medicine Department-

About the subject:

1) In MLDMHI institute MD Medicine curriculum focuses on the training of the basic Homoeopathic graduate in the field of general medicine and enables him to treat the sick depending upon the principles and philosophy of Homoeopathy and to produce excellent, professional thinkers, researchers and teachers in Homoeopathy with special emphasis in the field of Medicine.

 

2) Training of MD students is divided in two parts where in first part for 1 and half year students deals with evaluating a clinical history of different symptoms and coming to differential diagnosis by integrating history, examination findings and investigations.

 

3) Whereas one and half year of Part 2 majorly deals with learning disease condition system wise and its correlation with homoeopathic philosophy and homoeopathic management.

 

4) Here in MLDMHI medicine department student get to apply their clinical knowledge through active discussion in case based session and at the bed side session in IPD, OPD where they trained to develop logical and lateral thinking by critical evaluation.

Total 6 students per year- Full occupancy rate in last 5 years

Medicine Syllabus

INTRODUCTION:

 

Purpose of M.D. (Homoeopathy) – Practice of Medicine:

The purpose of this course is to train the basic Homoeopathic graduate in the field of general medicine and to treat the sick depending upon the principles and philosophy of Homoeopathy and to produce excellent, professional thinkers, researchers and teachers in Homoeopathy with special emphasis in the field of Medicine.

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Medicine Specialty

 

Research Methodology And Biostatistics

 

Advanced Teaching Of Fundamentals Of Homoeopathy

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  • It deals with evaluating a history and its integration with examination findings and investigations to coming to differential diagnosis by developing clinical reasoning. Understanding various clinical concept like pathophysiology complication etc. is focused while formulating a plan of curriculum.
  • Integration of the various homoeopathic masters concept is applied in the study of disease and patient as whole and its correlation is made with final understanding of susceptibility-qualitative & quantitative, the basis of therapeutic intervention and prognostication in homoeopathic medicines by studying remedy action analysis. It also guide us to the scope and limitation of homoeopathy in individual cases and in disease at large.
  • To achieve above concepts, suitable cases from OPD and IPD are identified and case based objectives and directives are set .The guide and supervisor allow students to freely share their concepts and bring them closer to their desired objectives by meticulous planning of each session..
  • The cases are scrutinized to achieve maximum learning, and periodic assignments are given to measure students’ performance in application of knowledge they have received during session and for preparing students for the exams.
  • Below given few examples of curriculum planning of each module-:

 

Curriculum planning of Part 1 MD

Topic

Objectives to be achieved

METHOD

TIME

Assessment criteria

Role of Control Systems (Psycho-Neuro-Endocrine axis and the Reticulo-endothelial System) in the maintenance of Health and initiating the process of breakdown and onset of illness

1.      Knowing the various Control systems in existence in the body and in the mind

2.      Understanding the inter-relationship between them and the manner in which adaptation determines the end result

3.      Knowing the Hahnemannian concept of Man and how its understanding helps the clinician to understand and manage clinical phenomena

-Giving students reference material to get acquainted with theory and concepts

– Identifying cases having breakdown of Control symptoms RES, PNE

3.00 hrs

For each system

Assessing application of taught concepts in OPD and IPD level by checking log books and SCR

Alteration in Gastrointestinal functions

Each of these pains will receive full treatment as mentioned above since pain is such an important cardinal manifestation

1) Should be able to evaluate symptom in details and reach to the differential diagnosis

2) should be able to know and skilfully perform various general and systemic physical examinations in order confirm diagnosis

3) Should be able know significance and appropriateness of various investigations related to the symptom and system.

-Short caselets covering entire spectrum of DD will be identified.

-Application of important concept will be done by giving precession assignments, checking them and giving feedback

Each topic will need 1.30 hrs to 3.00 hrs ( depending on the content)

1) Clinical Departments in the OPD to assess the application of concepts of symptomatology  which predominantly belongs to its jurisdiction-

Pain belongs to all departments e.g. Chest (Pulmonology) Abd and headache (Medicine)

Joint (Rheumatology)

Generalized (Psychiatry)

2) Give case based assignment on regular basis with definite objectives and directives

Checking them and giving feedback.

 

 

Curriculum Planning of Part 2 MD-

Topics

Objectives/Competencies of the session

Time

Method of the session

Assessment

MSS

1)Investigations of Musculoskeletal disease

2)MSS manifestations of disease in other systems

3)Fibromyalgia

4) Inflammatory joint disease e.g. RA

5)Degenerative joint disease e.g. OA

6)Systemic connective tissue disease

7)Osteoporosis

8)Diseases of the bone

– Differentiating Degenerative and inflammatory joint disease along with investigations

1)Differentiating Degenerative and inflammatory joint disease along with investigations

2) Learning to evaluate clinical presentation of patient with complaints of MSS.

3) Learning be able to reach differential diagnosis by differentiating between various pathology’s in joint disease.

4) Learning to be able perform various clinical examinations skillfully to support or rule out DDs in joint disorders by knowing its significance.

5) Learning to advice appropriate investigations to support their diagnosis.

6) At the end they should be able to correlate history, examinations, investigations and reach to the final diagnosis.

7) Should be able to assess susceptibility and Miasm in Joint disorders.

8) Demonstrate application of knowledge of miasm and susceptibility in the management.

8) Should know the various homoeopathic management strategies in joint disorders.

Total 5 sessions each of 2.30 hours

Case lets

Various xrays , blood serology reports shown them for interpretation

Power point presentation

Interactive session with problem solving method with active participation from group members

1)Practice test by MCQ/ LAQ/SAQ

2) Give case based assignment on regular basis with definite objectives and directives

  • RESULT OF MD PART II MUHS EXAMINATION:-
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Year of Examination: – December 2018

Passing Year: -February 2019

Batch Year:- 2015-2018

Sr. No.

Students Name

Topic of Research Study

Status of Examination

1.

Dr. Priya Bhor

Role indicated homoeopathic remedies in the homoeopathic management of Dyslipidemia

MD Part II Pass

2.

Dr. Shehla Jafri

Correlating susceptibility with posology in the management of Chronic Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

MD Part II Pass

3.

Dr. Shradha Tekwani

Correlating susceptibility with posology in management of Migraine

MD Part II Pass

4.

Dr. Aarti Alwani

Clinical presentations of Typhoid Fever and its influence on posology

MD Part II Pass

5.

Dr. Sushma Madaka

Impact of stress on genesis, progression and homoeopathic management of Degenerative Lumbar Spine Disorders

MD Part II Pass

6.

Dr. Mumtung Tamung

Role of indicated homoeopathic remedies in the management of Migraine using HIT – 6

MD Part II Pass

RESULT OF MD PART I MUHS EXAMINATION:-

Year of Examination: – June 2019

Passing Year: – August 2019

Batch Year:- 2017-2020

Sr. No.

Students Name

Topic of Research Study

Status of Examination

1.       

Dr. Rishikesh Desai

Evolving the homoeopathic management strategy of Tinea corporis and Tinea Cruris: A Descriptive case series study

MD Part I Pass

2.       

Dr. Sanjana Gangarde

Evolving therapeutics in Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) using clinical expression: A descriptive case series study

MD Part I Pass

3.       

Dr. Sneh Gupta

Exploring the effect of homoeopathic treatment in Polycystic Ovarian syndrome (PCOS) : An experimental Study

MD Part I Pass

4.       

Dr. Sumit Koli

A cohort study: Correlating Miasm with posology in diabetes mellitus type 2

MD Part I Pass

5.       

Dr. Ashwin Kulkarni

Role of adjuvant homoeopathic treatment on quality of life in DM II using WHOQOL BREF :Experimental Non control study

MD Part I Pass

6.       

Dr. Nirali Tandel

A cohort study : sCorrelating Miasm with posology in management of Tinea corporis and Tinea Cruris

MD Part I Pass

MD Part II Student List

Batch: – 2017-2020

Sr. No

Student Name

Native Place

BHMS College

1.

Dr. Rishikesh Desai

Mumbai

BHMC, Belgavi

2.

Dr. Sanjana Gangarde

Mumbai

BVDUHMC,PUNE

3.

Dr. Sneh Gupta

UP

GHMC, Ghazipur,UP

4.

Dr. Sumit Koli

Mumbai

CMPHMC, MUMBAI

5.

Dr. Ashwin Kulkarni

Miraj

GPHMC,Miraj

6.

Dr. Nirali Tandel

Gujrat

AHMC, Ahmedabad

 

MD Part I Student List

Batch: – 2018-2021

Sr. No

Student Name

Native Place

BHMS College

1.

Dr. Nishita Gala

Mumbai

CMPHMC

2.

Dr. Jigar Gori

Mumbai

DYPHMC,Pune

3.

Dr. Manali Jain

Mumbai

CMPHMC

4.

Dr. Sachin Pawar

Nanded

DKMMHMC, Aurangabad

5.

Dr. Diksha Radke

Chandrapur

PJNHMC, Amravati

6.

Dr. Irshad Sayyed

Mumbai

CMPHMC

 

MD Part I Student List

Batch: – 2019-2022

Sr. No

Student Name

Native Place

BHMS College

1.

Dr. Aarati Bopche

Nagpur

GHMC, Gondia Nagpur

2.

Dr. Anamkainat Chaudhari

Pune

DYPHMC,Pune

3.

Dr. Shamali Dave

Mumbai

CMPHMC

4.

Dr. Sadhana Dipke

Parabhani

SBHMC, Aurangabad

5.

Dr. Siddhi Goregaonkar

Mahad

CHKHMC,Alibag

6.

Dr. Ersilin Ligi

Tamilnadu

VHMC, Chennai

1)      MD Medicine  students as a Teacher

As a part of training MD part 2 students are guided and trained to give lectures at UG homoeopathic college.

Students are trained in using modern technological aids in their lecture. Each lecture is evaluated by departmental faculty and timely feedback given.

2)      Participation in Contest

Students are encouraged to participate in competitive exams and contests like Beacon contest, Lippe Award examination, Avishkar poster competition. Experienced faculty and consultants guides students for the preparation.

3)      Attendance in Seminars and workshop at national    level

Students are sent to get actively involved in symposia, seminar like Sarla sonavala memorial seminar, Dr Amar Nikam sing seminar etc.

4)      Participation in Health Camp

Students fair exposure to patient great opportunity of learning by examining patient at various camps organized in hospital as well as in nearby place.

5)      Participation in extracurricular activities

Encouraging students to actively participate in cultural and sports activities to enhance their extracurricular skills.

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