SLBS Medical college Mandi at Ner Chowk

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Department of General Medicine

Department Category of Post Name
General Medicine Professor Dr. Rajesh Kumar
Associate Professor Dr. Pankaj Kumar
Dr. Pratibha Himral
Assistant Professor Dr. Ravi Sharma
Dr. Komal Gharsangi
Dr. Santosh Dheer
Dr. Ajay Sharma
Senior Resident Dr. Himanshu Kapoor
 Dr. Rajan Vashisht
Dr. Jitender Thakur
Dr. Deepika
Junior Resident Dr. Ankush Sharma
Dr. Saru Thakur
Dr. Brij Lal
Dr. Latesh
Dr. Vinay

Competency and Objectives

S. No. TOPIC No. of Competencies
CM1 Concept of health & disease 10
CM2 Relationship of social & behavioural to health & disease 5
CM3 Environmental Health Problems. 8
CM4 Principles of health promotion & education. 3
CM5 Nutrition 8
CM6 Basic statistics & its applications 4
CM7 Epidemiology 9
CM8 Epidemiology of communicable & non-communicable diseases 7
CM9 Demography & vital statistics 7
CM10 Reproductive maternal & child health 9
CM11 Occupational health 5
CM12 Geriatric services 4
CM13 Disaster management 4
CM14 Hospital wate management 3
CM15 Mental health 3
CM16 Health planning & Management 4
CM17 Health care of the community 5
CM18 International health 2
CM19 Essential medicine 3
CM20 Recent advances in Community Medicine 4
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  Topic: Concept of Health and Disease. Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
  Number of competencies: 10 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N          
CM1.1 Define and  describe the concept of Public Health                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM1.1.1 define the public health K K Y Lecture Viva      
CM1.1.2 describe the evolution from public health to community medicine K KH Y Lecture Written      
                   
CM1.2 Define health; describe the concept of holistic health including concept of spiritual health and the relativeness & determinants of health                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to      
CM1.2.1 define the health K K Y Lecture Viva      
CM1.2.2 describe the concept of holistic health K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM1.2.3 describe the spectrum of health K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM1.2.4 enumerate the determinants of health K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
                   
CM1.3 Describe the characteristics of agent, host and environmental factors in health and disease and the multi factorial etiology of disease                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM1.3.1 describe the epidemiological triad K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM1.3.2 enumerate the agent factors in health and disease K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.3.3 enumerate the host factors in health and disease K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.3.4 enumerate the environmental factors in health and disease K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.3.5 apply epidemiological triad in any one communicable disease K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
CM1.3.6 describe multi factorial etiology of disease K KH Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.3.7 apply multi factorial etiology of disease in any one non-communicable disease K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
                   
CM1.4 Describe and discuss the natural history of disease                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM1.4.1 enumerate phases in the natural history of disease K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.4.2 describe pre-pathogenesis phase in the natural history of disease K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM1.4.3 describe pathogenesis phase in the natural history of disease K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM1.4.4 apply the natural history of disease in any one communicable disease K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
CM1.4.5 apply the natural history of disease in any one non-communicable disease K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
CM1.4.6 describe iceberg phenomenon of disease K KH Y Lecture Written      
                   
CM1.5 Describe the application of interventions at various levels of prevention                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM1.5.1 enumerate levels of prevention K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.5.2 enumerate levels of intervention K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.5.3 apply levels in any one communicable disease K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
CM1.5.4 apply levels in any one non-communicable disease K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
                   
CM1.6 Describe and discuss the concepts, the principles of Health promotion and Education, IEC and Behavioral change communication (BCC)                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM1.6.1 describe concepts of health promotion and education K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM1.6.2 enumerate principles of health education K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.6.3 differntiate between IEC and BCC K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
                   
CM1.7 Enumerate and describe health indicators                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM1.7.1 enumerate health indicators K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.7.2 list at least three mortality indicators K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.7.3 list at least three morbidity indicators K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.7.4 list at least three disability rates K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.7.5 list at least three health care delivery indicators K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.7.6 list at least three utilization rates K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.7.7 list at least three health policy indicators K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.7.8 list at least three nutritional indicators K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.7.9 list at least three environmental indicators K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.7.10 list at least three indicators of mental health K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.7.11 list at least three socio-economic indicators K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.7.12 list at least three indicators of quality of life K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
                   
CM1.8 Describe the Demographic profile of India and discuss its impact on health                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM1.8.1 describe the demographic profile of India K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM1.8.2 compare the demographic profile of India with that of State of Himachal Pradesh K KH Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM1.8.3 compare the demographic profile of India with that of field practice area of Department of Community Medicine K KH Y Lecture Viva/Written      
                   
CM1.9 Demonstrate the role of effective Communication skills in health in a simulated environment              AETCOM  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM1.9.1 demonstrate the Communication skills in health with a simulated patient of communicable disease S SH Y DOAP Viva    
CM1.9.2 demonstrate the Communication skills in health with a simulated patient of non-communicable disease S SH Y DOAP Viva      
CM1.9.3 demonstrate the Communication skills in health with a simulated antenatal woman S SH Y DOAP Viva      
CM1.9.4 demonstrate the Communication skills in health with a simulated mother on child health S SH Y DOAP Viva      
                   
CM1.10 Demonstrate the important aspects of the doctor patient relationship in a simulated environment             AETCOM  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM1.10.1 perform under supervision doctor patient communication on an emotional plane S P Y DOAP Viva      
CM1.10.2 perform under supervision doctor patient communication on a cultural plane S P Y DOAP Viva      
CM1.10.3 perform under supervision doctor patient communication on an intellectual plane S P Y DOAP Viva      

 

  Topic: Relationship of social and behavioural to health and disease Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
  Number of competencies: 05 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N          
CM2.1 Describe the steps and perform clinico socio-cultural and demographic assessment of the individual, family and community                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM2.1.1 describe clinical aspects related to health & diseases in individual, family and community along with their importance. K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
CM2.1.2 describe socio-cultural aspects related to health & diseases in individual, family and community along with their importance. K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
CM2.1.3 describe demographic aspects related to health & diseases in individual, family and community along with their importance. K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
CM2.1.4 perform under supervision clinico scio-cultural assessment of the individual S P Y DOAP Viva      
CM2.1.5 perform under supervision clinico scio-cultural assessment of the family S P Y DOAP Viva      
                   
CM2.2 Describe the socio-cultural factors, family (types), its role in health and disease & demonstrate in a simulated environment the correct assessment of socio-economic status                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM2.2.1 define the family K K Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM2.2.2 differntiate types of family K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
CM2.2.3 role of family in health and disease K KH Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM2.2.4 define the culture K K Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM2.2.5 role of cultural factors in health and disease K K Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM2.2.6 identify socio-cultural factors in given simulated case S SH Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM2.2.7 enumerate methods of socio-economic status classification K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM2.2.8 record socio-economic status of given simulated family S SH Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
                   
CM2.3 Describe and demonstrate in a simulated environment the assessment of barriers to good health and health seeking behavior                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM2.3.1 describe health seeking behaviour K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva/Written      
CM2.3.2 enumerate barriers to good health and health seeking behaviour K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM2.3.3 present methods to overcome the barriers to good health and health seeking behavior in given simulated case study. S SH Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
                   
CM2.4 Describe social psychology, community behaviour and community relationship and their impact on health and disease                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM2.4.1 describe role of social psychology in health and disease with suitable example. K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM2.4.2 describe role of community behavior and community relationship in health and disease with suitable example K KH Y Lecture Written      
                   
CM2.5 Describe poverty and social security measures and its relationship to health and disease                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM2.5.1 describe various criteria for defining below poverty line. K KH Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM2.5.2 enumerate social security measures for below poverty line families. K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM2.5.3 enumerate social security measures for above poverty line families. K K Y Lecture Viva/Written      
CM2.5.4 relate socio-economic status with health and disease. K KH Y Lecture Viva/Written      

 

  Topic: Principles of health promotion and education Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
  Number of competencies: 04 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N          
CM4.1 Describe various methods of health education with their advantages and limitations                 
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM4.1.1 Define health education K K Y Lecture Viva      
CM4.1.2 Describe communication process with example K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM4.1.3 Describe four approaches to health education with its application K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM4.1.4 List at least five barriers to communication at each level and how to combat these barriers K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
                   
CM4.2 Describe the methods of organizing health promotion and education and counselling activities at individual , family and community settings                
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM4.2.1 Classify methods of health education at individual, family and community level  K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM4.2.2 Demonstrate methods of health education at individual level.  S SH Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM4.2.3 Demonstrate methods of health education at family level.  S SH Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM4.2.4 Demonstrate methods of health education at community level.  S SH Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM4.2.5 List at least two applications, advantages and limitations of health education methods at individual, family and community level K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM4.2.6 Demonstrate/ role play to differentiate between FGD, panel discussion, symposium, workshop, conference with examples S SH Y DOAP Viva      
                   
CM4.3 Demonstrate and describe the steps in evaluation of health promotion and education program                
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM4.3.1 Explain the purpose of health education activities K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM4.3.2 List three types of evaluation methods in health education with examples  K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM4.3.3 Demonstrate the steps in evaluation of health promotion and education activities with examples  S SH Y Small Group Discussion Viva      

 

  Topic: Nutrition Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
  Number of competencies: 08 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N          
CM5.1 Describe the common sources of various nutrients and special nutritional requirements according to age, sex, activity, physiological conditions             General Medicine, Pediatrics  
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM5.1.1 Enumerate nutrients (macro and micro) of public health importance K K Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM5.1.2 List common sources of nutrients K K Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM5.1.3 Describe Balanced diet K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM5.1.4 Draw well labelled diagram of food pyramid K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM5.1.5 Describe recommended dietary allowance (RDA) K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM5.1.6 Describe special nutrient requirement as per RDA K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written      
CM5.1.7 Describe dietary goals K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM5.2 Describe and demonstrate the correct method of performing a nutritional assessment of individuals, families and the community by using the appropriate method             General Medicine, Pediatrics  
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM5.2.1 Enumerate nutritional assessment methods K K Y Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM5.2.2 Demonstrate nutritional assessment methods of individual in a given family S SH Y DOAP Skill Assessment      
CM5.2.3 Demonstrate nutritional assessment methods of family in a given family S SH Y DOAP Skill Assessment      
CM5.2.4 Demonstrate nutritional assessment methods of community in a given simulated exercise S SH Y DOAP Skill Assessment      
                   
CM5.3 Define and describe common nutrition related health disorders (including macro-PEM, micro-iron, Zn, iodine, Vit. A), their control and management             General Medicine, Pediatrics  
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM5.3.1 List common nutritional related health problems K K Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM5.3.2 Describe burden, causes, management, prevention & control of protein energy malnutrition K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM5.3.3 Describe burden, causes, management, prevention & control of iron deficiency anemia K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM5.3.4 Describe burden, causes, management, prevention & control of vitamin A deficiency K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM5.3.5 Describe burden, causes, management, prevention & control of iodine deficiency disorder K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM5.3.6 Describe burden, causes, management, prevention & control of hidden hunger K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM5.3.7 Describe burden, causes, management, prevention & control of food toxicants K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM5.4 Plan and recommend a suitable diet for the individuals and families based on local availability of foods and economic status, etc in a simulated environment             General Medicine, Pediatrics  
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM5.4.1 Present a suitable diet plan for individuals in a given simulated exercise S SH Y DOAP Skill Assessment      
CM5.4.2 Present a suitable diet plan for family in a given simulated exercise S SH Y DOAP Skill Assessment      
                   
CM5.5 Describe the methods of nutritional surveillance, principles of nutritional education and rehabilitation in the context of socio-cultural factors             General Medicine, Pediatrics  
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM5.5.1 Enumerate methods of nutritional surveillance K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM5.5.2 Enumerate principles of nutritional education K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM5.5.3 Describe nutritional rehabilitation at level of hospital, community and family K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM5.6 Enumerate and discuss the National Nutrition Policy, important National nutritional Programs including the Integrated Child Development Service Scheme (ICDS) etc             Pediatrics  
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM5.6.1 Describe objective, strategies and interventions of National Nutrition Policy K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM5.6.2 Enumerate National Nutritional Programs K K Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM5.6.3 List beneficiaries and functions/ services under Integrated Child Development Service Scheme (ICDS) K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
                   
CM5.7 Describe food hygiene               Microbiology
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM5.7.1 Define Food hygiene K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM5.7.2 List important five keys to food hygiene K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
                   
CM5.8 Describe and discuss the importance and methods of food fortification and effects of additives and adulteration                
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM5.8.1 Differentiate food fortification, food additive and food adulteration K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM5.8.2 Enumerate characteristics for food fortification with examples K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM5.8.3 Describe laws related to food adulteration K KH Y Lecture Written      

 

  Topic: Basic statistics and its applications Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
  Number of competencies: 04 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N          
CM6.1 Formulate a research question for a study                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM6.1.1 write/formulate research question on given research topic S SH Y DOAP Skill Asessment      
CM6.1.2 enumearte characteristics of good research question K KH Y Lecture Viva      
CM6.1.3 describe steps involve in formulation of research question K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
                   
CM6.2 Describe and discuss the principles and demonstrate the methods of collection, classification, analysis, interpretation and presentation of statistical data                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM6.2.1 describe planning for process of data collection of given research study K KH Y Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM6.2.2 enumerate basic methods for data collection K KH Y Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM6.2.3 enumerate basic methods for data classification K KH Y Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM6.2.4 enumerate basic methods for data distribution K KH Y Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM6.2.5 enumerate basic methods for data presentation as tables and graphs K KH Y Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM6.3 Describe, discuss  and demonstrate the application of elementary statistical methods including test of significance in various study designs                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM6.3.1 describe role and applications of Statistics in health science K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM6.3.2 apply the parametric statistical tests of significance during the analysis of a given research topic S SH Y DOAP Skill Asessment      
CM6.3.3 apply the non-parametric statistical tests of significance during the analysis of a given research topic S SH Y DOAP Skill Asessment      
CM6.3.4 able to calculate the sample size for a given qualitative and quantitative study S SH Y DOAP Skill Asessment      
                   
CM6.4 Enumerate, discuss  and demonstrate Common sampling techniques, simple statistical methods, frequency distribution, measures of central tendency and dispersion                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM6.4.1 enumerate various sampling techniques and their applications K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM6.4.2 calculate statistical averages and dispersion in given exercises  S SH Y Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM6.4.3 able to apply the various measures of central tendency and dispersion in the analysis of research studies K KH Y Lecture/ Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      

 

  Topic: Epidemiology Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
  Number of competencies: 09 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N          
CM7.1 Define Epidemiology and describe and enumerate the principles, concepts and uses             General Medicine  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM7.1.1 Define the term epidemiology K K Y Lecture Viva      
CM7.1.2 Describe distribution, determinants, health related events or states with examples K KH Y Lecture Viva      
CM7.1.3 Enumerate five applications/Uses of epidemiology K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
                   
CM7.2 Enumerate, describe and discuss the modes of transmission and measures for prevention and control of communicable and noncommunicable diseases             General Medicine  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM7.2.1 Enumerate various mode of transmission of disease  K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM7.2.2 Describe prevention and control in relation to air borne diseases K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.2.3 Describe prevention and control in relation to water borne diseases K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.2.4 Describe prevention and control in relation to food borne diseases K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.2.5 Describe prevention and control in relation to vector borne diseases K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.2.6 Describe prevention and control in relation to contagious diseases K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.2.7 Describe prevention and control in relation to non-communicable diseases K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
                   
CM7.3 Enumerate, describe and discuss the sources of epidemiological data             General Medicine  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM7.3.1 Enumerate sources of Epidemiological data K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM7.3.2 Describe any one source of epidemiological data with its public health importance K KH Y Lecture Written      
                   
CM7.4 Define, calculate and interpret morbidity and mortality indicators based on given set of data             General Medicine  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM7.4.1 Define at least three indicators of morbidity. K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM7.4.2 Calculate and interpret the morbidity indicators in given exercise. S SH Y Small Group Discussion Skill Assessment      
CM7.4.3 Define at least three indicators of mortality. K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM7.4.4 Calculate and interpret the mortality indicators in given exercise. S SH Y Small Group Discussion Skill Assessment      
CM7.4.5 Define at least three indicators of fertility. K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM7.4.6 Calculate and interpret the fertility indicators in given exercise. S SH Y Small Group Discussion Skill Assessment      
                   
CM7.5 Enumerate, define, describe and discuss epidemiological study designs             General Medicine  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM7.5.1 Enumerate types of epidemiological study designs. K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM7.5.2 Describe steps involve to carry out the descriptive study K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.5.3 Describe steps involve to carry out the cross sectional study K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.5.4 Describe steps involve to carry out the case control study K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.5.5 Describe steps involve to carry out the cohort study K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.5.6 Describe steps involve to carry out the randomised control trial K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.5.7 Differntiate between observation and experimental study designs. K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.5.8 Differntiate between case control study and cohort study. K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
                   
CM7.6 Enumerate and evaluate the need of screening tests             General Medicine  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM7.6.1 Differntiate between screening test and diagnostic test K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.6.2 List criteria to carry out screening test K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.6.3 Describe validity of screening tests K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.6.4 Calculate sensitivity, specificity and predictive values of screeing test in a given exercise S SH Y Small Group Discussion Skill Assessment      
CM7.6.5 Enumerate screening tests done at primary health care level K K Y Lecture Viva      
                   
CM7.7 Describe and demonstrate the steps in the Investigation of an epidemic of communicable disease and describe the principles of control measures             General Medicine Microbiology
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM7.7.1 Enumerate the steps in the investigation of an epidemic K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.7.2 Apply the steps in prevention and control of an epidemic in a given exercise S SH Y Small Group Discussion Skill Assessment      
CM7.7.3 Describe the principles of control measures in an epidemic K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
                   
CM7.8 Describe the principles of association, causation and biases in epidemiological studies             General Medicine  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM7.8.1 Describe types of association with examples K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.8.2 Describe confounders in epidemiological studies K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.8.3 Describe methods to overcome confounder with examples K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.8.4 Describe criteria for caustaion with examples K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.8.5 Describe biases in epidemiological studies with examples K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM7.8.6 Describe blinding in epidemiological studies K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
                   
CM7.9 Describe and demonstrate the application of computers in epidemiology                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM7.9.1 Descibe the role of computers in epidemiology K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM7.9.2 Enumerate important statistical softwares/computer applications for epidemiology K K Y Lecture Written      
CM7.9.3 Demonstrate data entry and statistical analysis of given data on a computer S SH Y DOAP Skill Assessment      
CM7.9.4 Demonstrate prepation of tables and graphs of given data on a computer S SH Y DOAP Skill Assessment      

 

  Topic: Epidemiology of communicable and non- communicable diseases          Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration  
  Number of competencies: 07 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N            
CM8.1 Describe and discuss the epidemiological and control measures including the use of essential laboratory tests at the primary care level for communicable diseases             General Medicine, Pediatrics Microbiology, Pathology  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                  
CM8.1.1 describe the burden, agent, host and environment factors of respiratory infections K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.1.2 describe the burden, agent, host and environment factors of intestinal infections K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.1.3 describe the burden, agent, host and environment factors of arthropod borne infections K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.1.4 describe the burden, agent, host and environment factors of zoonoses K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.1.5 describe the burden, agent, host and environment factors of surface infections K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.1.6 describe the control measures of respiratory infections at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.1.7 describe the control measures of intestinal infections at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.1.8 describe the control measures of arthropod borne infections at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.1.9 describe the control measures of zoonoses at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.1.10 describe the control measures of surface infections at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
                     
CM8.2 Describe and discuss the epidemiological and control measures including the use of essential laboratory tests at the primary care level for Non Communicable diseases (diabetes, Hypertension, Stroke, obesity and cancer etc.)              General Medicine    
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                  
CM8.2.1 describe the burden and risk factors of coronary heart disease K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.2 describe the burden and risk factors of hypertension K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.3 describe the burden and risk factors of stroke K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.4 describe the burden and risk factors of rheumatic heart disease K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.5 describe the burden and risk factors of cancer K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.6 describe the burden and risk factors of diabetes K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.7 describe the burden and risk factors of obesity K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.8 describe the burden and risk factors of blindness K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.9 describe the burden and risk factors of accidents and injuries K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.10 describe the control measures of coronary heart disease at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.11 describe the control measures of hypertension at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.12 describe the control measures of stroke at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.13 describe the control measures of rheumatic heart disease at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.14 describe the control measures of cancer at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.15 describe the control measures of diabetes at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.16 describe the control measures of obesity at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.17 describe the control measures of blindness at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.18 describe the control measures of zoonoses at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
CM8.2.19 describe the control measures of accidents and injuries at the primary care level K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva        
                     
CM8.3 Enumerate and describe disease specific National Health Programs including their prevention and treatment of a case             General Medicine, Pediatrics    
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                  
CM8.3.1 enumerate National Health Programmes under National Health Mission K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva        
CM8.3.2 enumerate National Health Programmes which are not under National Health Mission K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva        
CM8.3.3 describe strategies/activities/services under National Health Programs for prevention (primordial, primary, secondary & tertiary) of communicable diseases. K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva        
CM8.3.4 describe strategies/activities/services under National Health Programs for prevention (primordial, primary, secondary & tertiary) of non-communicable diseases. K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva        
                     
CM8.4 Describe the principles and enumerate the measures to control a disease epidemic                  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                  
CM8.4.1 define a disease epidemic K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva        
CM8.4.2 enumerate types of epidemic K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva        
CM8.4.3 enumerate measures to control a disease epidemic K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva        
                     
CM8.5 Describe and discuss the principles of planning, implementing and evaluating control measures for disease at community level bearing in mind the public health importance of the disease             General Medicine, Pediatrics    
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                  
CM8.5.1 describe planning of control measures for disease of public health importance at community level K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva        
CM8.5.2 describe implementation of control measures for disease of public health importance at community level K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva        
CM8.5.3 describe evaluation of control measures for disease of public health importance at community level K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva        
                     
CM8.6 Educate and train health workers in disease surveillance, control & treatment and health education                  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                  
CM8.6.1 perform under supervision training of health workers in disease surveillance S P Y DOAP Skill Assessment        
CM8.6.2 perform under supervision training of health workers in control & treatment for any one communicable disease S P Y DOAP Skill Assessment        
CM8.6.3 perform under supervision training of health workers regarding health education for any one communicable disease S P Y DOAP Skill Assessment        
                     
CM8.7 Describe the principles of management of information systems                  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                  
CM8.7.1 explain need for management information system in health K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva        
CM8.7.2 distinguish data from information K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva        
CM8.7.3 describe the characteristics of data/information for management information system K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva        

 

  Topic: Reproductive maternal and child health Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
  Number of competensies: 09 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N          
CM10.1 Describe the current status of Reproductive, maternal, newborn and Child Health             OBG, Pediatrics  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM10.1.1 Enumerate indicators related to Reproductive, maternal, newborn and child Health K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM10.1.2 Describe the global burden of Reproductive, maternal, newborn and child Health K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM10.1.3 Describe the burden of Reproductive, maternal, newborn and child Health in India K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM10.1.4 Describe the global burden of Reproductive, maternal, newborn and child Health in Himachal Pradesh K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
                   
CM10.2 Enumerate and describe the methods of screening high risk groups and common health problems             OBG, Pediatrics  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM10.2.1 Enumerate high risk groups related to reproductive, maternal and child health K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM10.2.2 List common problems related to reproductive, maternal and child health K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM10.2.3 List screening methods for high risk groups related to reproductive, maternal and child health K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM10.2.4 Describe any one screening methods for high risk groups related to reproductive, maternal and child health K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
                   
CM10.3 Describe local customs and practices during pregnancy, childbirth, lactation and child feeding practices             OBG, Pediatrics  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM10.3.1 Describe local customs and practices during pregnancy and childbirth K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.3.2 Describe local customs and practices during infant and and child feeding K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.3.3 Identify local customs and practices during pregnancy, childbirth, lactation and child feeding practices in given simulated exercises/given family. S SH Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
                   
CM10.4 Describe the reproductive, maternal, newborn &  child health (RMCH); child survival and safe motherhood interventions             OBG, Pediatrics  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM10.4.1 Enumerate strategies/interventions under reproductive, maternal, newborn &  child health (RMNCH) K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.4.2 Describe key issues related to improving coverage of maternal health strategies/interventions K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.4.3 Describe key issues related to improving coverage of newborn care strategies/interventions K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.4.4 Describe key issues related to improving coverage of child health strategies/interventions K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM10.5 Describe Universal Immunization Program; Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illness (IMNCI) and other existing Programs.             Pediatrics  
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM10.5.1 Enumerate newborn and child health programs K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM10.5.2 Describe Universal Immunization Program with dose, route, schedule, contraindications, side effects effects of each vaccine K KH Y Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.5.3 Enumerate diseases and health conditions under Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illness (IMNCI)  K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.5.4 Describe classification and management of cases as per IMNCI K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM10.6 Enumerate and describe various family planning methods, their advantages and shortcomings                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM10.6.1 Classify various family planning methods K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.6.2 Identify family planning methods during practical exercise K KH Y Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM10.6.3 Describe ideal candidate, schedule, advantages, disadvantages and contraindicatins of temporary family planning methods K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.6.4 Describe ideal candidate, advantages and disadvantagesof permanent family planning methods K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.6.5 Calculate contraceptive prevalence rate and contraceptives requirement in a community S SH Y Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM10.7 Enumerate and describe the basis and principles of the Family Welfare Program including the organization, technical and operational aspects                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM10.7.1 Enumerate the Family Welfare Programs  K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM10.7.2 Describe unmet need for family planning K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.7.3 Describe objectives of the Family Welfare Programe K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM10.7.4 Describe family planning services delivery system at various levels (central, state, district, block/village) K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.7.5 Describe evaluation of family welfare program K KH Y Lecture Written      
                   
CM10.8 Describe the physiology, clinical management and principles of adolescent health including ARSH                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM10.8.1 Describe adolescent health needs K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.8.2 List important health issues of adolescents K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.8.3 List principles of health programming for adolescents K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM10.8.4 Describe services available under Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health (ARSH) K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM10.9 Describe and discuss gender issues and women empowerment                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM10.9.1 List rights of the women K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.9.2 Enumerate laws related to women health K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM10.9.3 Describe sustainable development goal (SDG) on gender equality and women empowerment K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      

 

  Topic: Geriatric services Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
  Number of competencies: 04 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N          
CM12.1 Define and describe concepts of geriatric medicine             General Medicine  
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM12.1.1 Define Geriatrics K K Y Lecture Viva      
CM12.1.2 Classify Geriatric population K KH Y Lecture Viva      
CM12.1.3 State the Demography of elderly population globally and nationally K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM12.1.4 Describe implications of ageing population K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM12.2 Describe health problems of aged population             General Medicine  
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM12.2.1 Enumerate gender-wise the common health problems of the aged people  K KH Y Lecture Written/Viva      
CM12.2.2 Describe Medical  problems of the elderly K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM12.2.3 Describe the social problems of elderly K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM12.3 Describe the prevention of health problems of aged population             General Medicine  
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM12.3.1 Describe the  activities in primary care approach of prevention  K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM12.3.2 Describe the  activities in secondary care approach of prevention  K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM12.3.3 Describe the  activities in tertiary care approach of prevention  K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM12.3.4 Enumerate major Government of India initiatives for elderly population K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva      
                   
CM12.4 Describe national program for elderly             General Medicine  
  By the end of session students should be able to                
CM12.4.1 Enumerate objectives of the program K KH Y Lecture Written      
CM12.4.2 Describe various activities under the program at Primary health care level K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM12.4.3 List various activities under the program at secondary and tertiary care level. K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM12.4.4 Suggest improvements in the program K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written      

 

  Topic: Health care of the community Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
  Number of competencies: 05 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N          
CM17.1 Define and  describe the concept of health care to community                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM17.1.1 differentiate Between Medical care and Health care. K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM17.1.2 describe the concept of Health care K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM17.1.3 describe the various Levels of  Health care K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM17.2 Describe community diagnosis                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM17.2.1 enumerate the essential steps of community diagnosis  K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM17.2.2 enumerate the various applications of community diagnosis.   K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM17.2.3 assess the community needs in a given exercise S SH Y Small Group Discussion Skill Assessment      
CM17.2.4 make community diagnosis in a given exercise S SH Y Small Group Discussion Skill Assessment      
                   
CM17.3 Describe primary Health care, its components and principles                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM17.3.1 define primary health care   K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM17.3.2 enumerate the components of primary health care  K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM17.3.3 describe the principles of primary health care. K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM17.3.4 describe the various levels of implementation of primary health care in India and in Himachal Pradesh  K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM17.4 Describe National policies related to Health and Health planning and Millennium Development Goals                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM17.4.1 enumerate various National Policies related to health in India K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM17.4.2 describe the role of NITI Aayog in health planning K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM17.4.3 enumerate various Legislatures related to Health Care in India K K Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM17.4.4 enumerate the Millennium Development Goals K K Y Lecture Viva      
CM17.4.5 enumerate the Sustainable Development Goals and explain how it is different from MDG K K Y Lecture Viva      
CM17.4.6 differentiate SDG from MDG K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM17.5 Describe health care delivery in India                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM17.5.1 Draw the flowchart of the organizational Structure of Health system at National Level K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM17.5.2 Draw the flowchart of organizational structure at State level (Himachal Pradesh).  K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM17.5.3 Draw the flowchart of implementation of various National programmes from National level to the ground levels. K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM17.5.4 Enumerate the challenges for the Health care delivery in India  K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      

 

  Topic: Essential Medicine Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
  Number of competencies: 03 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N          
CM19.1 Define and describe the concept of Essential Medicine List (EML)               Pharmacology
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM19.1.1 Define essential medicine K K Y Lecture Viva      
CM19.1.2 List criteria for selection of essential medicines K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM19.1.3 Describe model list of essential medicines K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM19.2 Describe roles of essential medicine in primary health care               Pharmacology
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM19.2.1 Classify the items available under essential drug list at primary health care level K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM19.2.2 List at least five items available under essential drug list at primary health care level K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM19.2.3 Describe rational use of essential medicines in primary health care K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM19.3 Describe counterfeit medicine and its prevention               Pharmacology
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM19.3.1 Describe counterfeit medicine  K K Y Lecture Viva      
CM19.3.2 Differntiate between essential medicine and counterfiet medicine K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM19.3.3 List at least five counterfiet medicines K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Viva      
CM19.3.4 Describe public health risks of counterfiet medicines K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM19.3.5 Decribe methods of prevention for sale and use of counterfiet medicines K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      

 

  Topic: Recent Advances in Community Medicine Domain   Level Core  Teaching and Learning Method   Assessment Method   No. required to certify (p)  Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
  Number of competencies: 04 K/S/A/C K/KH/SH/P  Y/N          
CM20.1 List important public health events of last five years                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM20.1.1 list events of public health importance during last five years K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM20.1.2 describe an important public health event occurred during last five years in local context K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM20.2 Describe various issues during outbreaks and their prevention                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM20.2.1 list issues occur during outbreaks K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM20.2.2 describe ethical issues in outbreaks K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM20.2.3 describe prevention and management for issues during outbreaks K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM20.3 Describe any event important to Health of the Community                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM20.3.1 list events which are important to health of the community K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM20.3.2 describe an important health related event occurred in your local community K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
                   
CM20.4 Demonstrate awareness about laws pertaining to practice of medicine such as Clinical establishment Act and Human Organ Transplantation Act and its implications                
  At the end of a session, the student should be able to                
CM20.4.1 enumerate laws pertaining to practice of medicine K KH Y Lecture/Small Group Discussion Written/Viva      
CM20.4.2 identify imortant issues and implications about law pertaining to practice of medicine in a given simualted case study S SH Y Small Group Discussion Skill Assessment