SLBS Medical college Mandi at Ner Chowk

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Department Category of Post Name
Orthopaedics Professor
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor Dr. Lokesh Gupta
Dr. Anurag Sharma
Senior Resident Dr. Sanjay Thakur
Junior Resident Dr. Sandeep Vaidya
Dr. Lakshya Prateek

Competency and Objectives

Number COMPETENCY Domain K/S/A/C Level K/KH/ SH/P Core (Y/N) Suggested Teaching Learning method Suggested Assessment method Number required to certify Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
The student should be able to: P
ORTHOPEDICS
Topic: Skeletal Trauma, Poly trauma Number of competencies : (06) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)  
OR1.1 Describe and discuss the Principles of pre-hospital care and Casuality management of a trauma victim including principles of triage K/S/A/C K/KH Y Lecture with video, Small group discussion Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE/ Simulation     General Surgery, Anaesthesiology
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the Principles of pre-hospital care of trauma victim correctly                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  describe and diagnose the nature of inhjury to trauma victim                 
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the Principles of triage correctly                
OR1.2 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations, and principles of management of shock K/S K/KH Y Lecture Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE/ Simulation     General Surgery
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis of shock correctly                 
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of shoch correctly                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of shock correctly                
OR1.3 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations, and principles of management of soft tissue injuries K KH/SH Y Lecture, Small group discussion Written/ OSCE     General Surgery
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis of soft tissue injuries correctly                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of soft tissue injury correctly                 
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of soft tissue injuries correctly                
OR1.4 Describe and discuss the Principles of management of soft tissue injuries K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion Written/ Assesment/ Viva voce     General Surgery
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis of soft tissue injuries correctly                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of soft tissue injury correctly                 
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of soft tissue injuries correctly                
OR1.5 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations, and principles of management of dislocation of major joints, shoulder, knee, hip K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bed side clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE/ Simulation      
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis of dislocation of major joints, shoulder, knee, hip                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis and possible complications of dislocation of major joints, shoulder, knee, hip                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of dislocation of major joints, shoulder, knee, hip                
OR1.6 Participate as a member in the team for closed reduction of shoulder dislocation / hip dislocation / knee dislocation K/S/A/C SH Y Simulation, DOAP session OSCE/ Simulation      
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  do the closed reduction of shoulder dislocation / hip dislocation / knee dislocation                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of dislocation of shoulder dislocation / hip dislocation / knee dislocation                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of dislocation of major joints, shoulder, knee, hip                
       
Topic: Fractures Number of competencies : (16) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
OR2.1 Describe and discuss the mechanism of Injury, clinical features, investigations and plan management of fracture of clavicle K/S KH/SH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bed side clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of Injury of fracture of clavicle                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of clavicle                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture in different age groups                 
Number COMPETENCY Domain K/S/A/C Level K/KH/ SH/P Core (Y/N) Suggested Teaching Learning method Suggested Assessment method Number required to certify Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration  
The student should be able to: P  
OR2.2 Describe and discuss the mechanism of Injury, clinical features, investigations and plan management of fractures of proximal humerus K K/KH/ SH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bed side clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of Injury of fractures of proximal humeru                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for fractures of proximal humerus                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fractures of proximal humerus                  
OR2.3 Select, prescribe and communicate appropriate medications for relief of joint pain K KH/SH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bed side clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to enumerate causes of joint pain                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to discuss the medical management of joint pain                  
OR2.4 Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of fracture of shaft of humerus and intercondylar fracture humerus with emphasis on neurovasular deficit K/S K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bed side clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of shaft of humerus                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of intercondylar fracture humerus                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture shaft humerus                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture intercondylar humerus                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of shaft humerus                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of intercondylar humerus                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the neuro vascular deficet in intercondylar humerus fracutres correctly                  
OR2.5 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, mechanism of injury, investigation & principles of management of fractures of both bones forearm and Galeazzi and Monteggia injury K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
1 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of Injury of fracture both bone forearm                  
2 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture both bone forearm                  
3 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture both bone forearm                  
4 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of Injury of fracture of Galeazzi                  
5 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of Galeazzi                  
6 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of Galeazzi                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of Injury of fracture of Monteggia                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of Monteggiai                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture o f Monteggiai                  
OR2.6 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of fractures of distal radius K KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of Injury of fracture distal radius                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture  distal radius                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture  distal radius                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  enumerate the complecation of fracture distal radius                  
OR2.7 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of pelvic injuries with emphasis on hemodynamic instability K K/KH/ SH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of Injury of fracture pelvis                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture pelvis                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture pelvis                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  enumerate the complecation of pelvis injuries and discus the management of hemodynamic shock                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply pelvic binder correctly                  
OR2.8 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of spine injuries with emphasis on mobilisation of the patient K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fractureof spine                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of spine                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of spine                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  enumerate the complecation of spine injuries and discuss the management of neurogenic shock                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply cervical collar and thoracolumber brace correctly                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  demostrate patient shifting & turning by log roll method correctly                  
OR2.9 Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury, Clinical features, investigations and principle of management of acetabular fracture K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of acetabular fracture                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of acetabular fracture                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of acetabular fracture                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  enumelate the complication of acetabular fracture                  
                     
Number COMPETENCY Domain K/S/A/C Level K/KH/ SH/P Core (Y/N) Suggested Teaching Learning method Suggested Assessment method Number required to certify Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration  
The student should be able to: P  
OR2.10 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of fractures of proximal femur K/S/A/C KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of proximal femur                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of proximal femur                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of proximal femur                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply skin tractio and thomas splint coerrectly                  
OR2.11 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
(a) Fracture patella (b) Fracture distal femur (c) Fracture proximal tibia with special focus on neurovascular injury and compartment syndrome  
1 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of patella                  
2 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of patella                  
3 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of patella                  
4 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply cylindrical slab                   
5 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of distal femur                  
6 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of distal femur                  
7 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of distal femur                  
8 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  asses the vascular injury in case of distal femur                  
9 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of proximal tibia                  
10 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of proximal tibia                  
11 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of proximal tibia                  
12 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  asses the compartment syndrome in fracture of proximal tibia and enumerate the principle of management of compartment syndrome                  
OR2.12 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of Fracture shaft of femur in all age groups and the recognition and management of fat embolism as a complication K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of shaft of femur                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of shaft of femur                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply thomas splint and bohler and brown splint                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of shaft of femur                  
OR2.13 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, Investigation and principles of management of: K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
(a)   Fracture both bones leg  
(b)   Calcaneus  
(c)  Small bones of foot  
1 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of both bones leg                  
2 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of both bones leg                  
3 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply thomas splint and bohler and brown splint                  
4 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of both bones leg                  
5 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  define the principle managment of open fracture of both bone leg                  
6 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of  Calcaneus                  
7 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of  Calcaneus                  
8 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of  Calcaneus                  
9 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of  Small bones of foot                  
10 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of Small bones of foot                  
11 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of  Small bones of foot                  
OR2.14 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, Investigation and principles of management of ankle fractures K/S/C K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of  ankle fractures                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of ankle fractures                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of  ankle fractures                  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply below knee slab correctly                  
OR2.15 Plan and interpret the investigations to diagnose complications of fractures like malunion, non-union, infection, compartmental syndrome K/S SH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
1 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  enumerate the immidiate,early and late complication of fractures                   
2 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  define and discuss non union compartment syndrome and bone infection                  
3 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inteprate the investigations required for diagnosis for malunion, non-union, infection, compartmental syndrome                  
OR2.16 Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of open fractures with focus on secondary infection prevention and management K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy    
1 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of open fractures                  
2 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of open fractures                  
3 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of open fractures                  
4 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the secondary infection and discuss the prevention and management of secondary infection correctly                  
                     
Number COMPETENCY Domain K/S/A/C Level K/KH/ SH/P Core (Y/N) Suggested Teaching Learning method Suggested Assessment method Number required to certify Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration  
The student should be able to: P  
   
Topic: Musculoskeletal Infection Number of competencies : (03) Number of Procedures that require certification: (NIL)
OR3.1 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of Bone and Joint infections K/S K/KH/ SH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Video assisted lecture Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Pathology, Microbiology General surgery
a)   Acute Osteomyelitis
b)   Subacute osteomyelitis
c)  Acute Suppurative arthritis
d)  Septic arthritis & HIV infection
e)   Spirochaetal infection
f)  Skeletal Tuberculosis
1 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of  Acute Osteomyelitis                
2 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of  Acute Osteomyelitis                
3 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of  Acute Osteomyelitis                
4 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of  Subacute osteomyelitis                
5 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of  ASubacute osteomyelitis                
6 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of Subacute osteomyelitis                
7 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of  Acute Suppurative arthritis                
8 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of  Acute Suppurative arthritis                
9 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of Acute Suppurative arthritis                
10 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of  Septic arthritis & HIV infection                
11 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of  Septic arthritis & HIV infection                
12 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of Septic arthritis & HIV infection                
13 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of  Spirochaetal infection                
14 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of  Spirochaetal infection                
15 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of Spirochaetal infection                
16 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the mechanism of injury of fracture of  Skeletal Tuberculosis                
17 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of fracture of  Skeletal Tuberculosis                
18 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of fracture of Skeletal Tuberculosis                
OR3.2 Participate as a member in team for aspiration of joints under supervision K/S/A/C SH Y Small group Discussion. DOAP session Viva voce/ OSCE/ Skills assessment   _  
  The end of the session the phase-III student must know the surface anatomy and land marks for different joint aspirations                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  do the aspiration of large joint under supervission correctly                
OR3.3 Participate as a member in team for procedures like drainage of abscess, sequestrectomy/ saucerisation and arthrotomy K/S/A/C SH Y DOAP session, Video demonstration Viva voce/ OSCE/ Skills assessment     General Surgery
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  define the abscess, sequestrem saucerisation and arthrotomy                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  define the indication or drainage of abscess, sequestrectomy/ saucerisation and arthrotomy                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  know how to assist in minor procedure                
 
Topic: Skeletal Tuberculosis Number of competencies : (01) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
OR4.1 Describe and discuss the clinical features, Investigation and principles of management of Tuberculosis affecting major joints (Hip, Knee) including cold abcess and caries spine K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Case discussion Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Pathology General surgery
1 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the clinical features of TB of hip and knee                
2 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss the clinical features of TB of spine                
3 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  interpret the invastigations required foer the diagnosis of TB of hip and knee                
4 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  interpret the invastigations required foer the diagnosis of TB of spine                
5 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles of management of Tuberculosis of hip and knee                
6 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles of management of Tuberculosis of spine                
7 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to describe and  discuss the cold abcess, its presenting featureas and management                
 
Topic: Rheumatoid Arthritis and associated inlammatory disorders Number of competencies : (01) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
                   
                   
                   
Number COMPETENCY Domain K/S/A/C Level K/KH/ SH/P Core (Y/N) Suggested Teaching Learning method Suggested Assessment method Number required to certify Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
The student should be able to: P
OR5.1 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of various inflammatory disorder of joints K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Bedside clinic Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE     General Medicine
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of various inflammatory disorder of joints                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of various inflammatory disorder of joints                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management ofvarious inflammatory disorder of joints                
 
Topic: Degenerative disorders Number of competencies : (01) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
OR6.1 Describe and discuss the clinical features, investigations and principles of management of degenerative condition of spine (Cervical Spondylosis, Lumbar Spondylosis, PID) K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Case discussion Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE      
1 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of Cervical Spondylosis                
2 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of Cervical Spondylosis                
3 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of Cervical Spondylosis                
4 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of  Lumbar Spondylosis                
5 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of  Lumbar Spondylosis                
6 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of Lumbar Spondylosis                
7 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of PID                
8 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of PID                
9 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of PID                
 
Topic: Metabolic bone disorders Number of competencies : (01) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
OR7.1 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigation and principles of management of metabolic bone disorders in particular osteoporosis, osteomalacia, rickets, Paget's disease K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Case discussion Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE      
1 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of osteoporosis                
2 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of osteoporosis                
3 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of osteoporosis                
4 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of osteomalacia                
5 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of osteomalacia                
6 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of osteomalacia                
7 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of  rickets                
8 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of  rickets                
9 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of  rickets                
10 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of Paget's disease                
11 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for diagnosis of Paget's disease                
12 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of Paget's disease                
 
Topic: Poliomyelitis Number of competencies : (01) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
OR8.1 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, assessment and principles of management a patient with Post Polio Residual Paralysis K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Case discussion Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE      
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of Post Polio Residual Paralysis                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for Post Polio Residual Paralysis                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of Post Polio Residual Paralysis                
 
Topic: Cerebral Palsy Number of competencies : (01) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
                   
                   
Number COMPETENCY Domain K/S/A/C Level K/KH/ SH/P Core (Y/N) Suggested Teaching Learning method Suggested Assessment method Number required to certify Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
The student should be able to: P
OR9.1 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, assessment and principles of management of Cerebral palsy patient K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE      
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of Cerebral palsy patient                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for Cerebral palsy patient                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of Cerebral palsy patient                
 
Topic:Bone Tumors Number of competencies : (01) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
OR10.1 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of benign and malignant bone tumours and pathological fractures K K/KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion, Video assisted interactive lecture Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Pathology General surgery, Radiotherapy
1 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of benign bone tumours                
2 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for benign bone tumours                
3 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of benign bone tumours                
4 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of malignant bone tumours                
5 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for malignant bone tumours                
6 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of malignant bone tumours                
7 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of pathological fractures                
8 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for pathological fractures                
9 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of pathological fractures                
 
Topic: Peripheral nerve injuries Number of competencies : (01) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
OR11.1 Describe and discuss the aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of peripheral nerve injuries in diseases like foot drop, wrist drop, claw hand, palsies of Radial, Ulnar, Median, Lateral Popliteal and Sciatic Nerves K K/H Y Lecture, Small group discussion, case discussion Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy General Medicine, General surgery
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  define & classify the various type of nerve injuries                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  enumerate the various orthopaedics injuries causing the peripharal nerve injuries                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to demostrate the various signs and symptoms of different nerve injuries indivisualy                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must know role of splintage and orthosis in various nerve injuries                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to perform various clinical tests to identify different types of nerve ijuries                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to identify signs and symptoms of recovery of nerve ijuries                
 
Topic: Congenital lesions Number of competencies : (01) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
OR12.1 Describe and discuss the clinical features, investigations and principles of management of Congenital and acquired malformations and deformities of: K KH Y Lecture, Small group discussion Written/ Viva voce/ OSCE   Human Anatomy  
a.   limbs and spine - Scoliosis and spinal bifida
b.   Congenital dislocation of Hip,Torticollis,
c.   congenital talipes equino varus
1 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of Scoliosis and spinal bifida                
2 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for Scoliosis and spinal bifida                
3 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of Scoliosis and spinal bifida                
4 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of Congenital dislocation of Hip,Torticollis                
5 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for Congenital dislocation of Hip,Torticollis                
6 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of Congenital dislocation of Hip,Torticollis                
7 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  Describe and discuss aetiopathogenesis of Congenital dislocation of congenital talipes equino varus                
8 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  identify the clinical features and inertpret  the investigations required for Congenital dislocation of congenital talipes equino varus                
9 The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  discuss the principles management of Congenital dislocation of congenital talipes equino varus                
 
Topic: Procedural Skills Number of competencies : (02) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
                   
Number COMPETENCY Domain K/S/A/C Level K/KH/ SH/P Core (Y/N) Suggested Teaching Learning method Suggested Assessment method Number required to certify Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
The student should be able to: P
OR13.1 Participate in a team for procedures in patients and demonstrating the ability to perform on mannequins / simulated patients in the following: S/A KH / SH Y Case discussion, Video assisted Lecture, Small group discussion, Teaching, Skill lab sessions OSCE with Simulation based assessment      
i.  Above elbow plaster
ii.  Below knee plaster
iii.  Above knee plaster
iv.  Thomas splint
v.   splinting for long bone fractures
vi.  Strapping for shoulder and clavicle trauma
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply  Above elbow plaster slab                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply  below knee plaster slab                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply  above knee plaster slab                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply  Thomas splint slab                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply  splinting for long bone fractures slab                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  apply  Strapping for shoulder and clavicle trauma slab                
OR13.2 Participate as a member in team for Resuscitation of Polytrauma victim by doing all of the following : S/A KH / SH Y Case discussion, Video assisted Lecture, Small group discussion, Teaching, Skill lab sessions OSCE with Simulation based assessment     Anaesthesiology
(a)     I.V. access central - peripheral
(b)     Bladder catheterization
(c)    Endotracheal intubation
(d)    Splintage
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  do I.V. Cannulation of central and peripheral                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  do Bladder catheterization                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  assist in  Endotracheal intubation                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must be able to  do Splintage of various injuries                
 
Topic:  Counselling Skills Number of competencies : (03) Number of procedures that require certification: (NIL)
OR14.1 Demonstrate the ability to counsel patients regarding prognosis in patients with various orthopedic illnesses like K/S/A/C KH / SH Y Case discussion, Video assisted lecture, Small group discussion, Teaching, Skills lab sessions OSCE with Simulation based assessment     AETCOM
a.   fractures with disabilities
b.   fractures that require prolonged bed stay
c.   bone tumours
d.  congenital disabilities
  The end of the session the phase-III student must know the importance of counseling patients                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must know the various fractures which causes long term disability or long bed stay                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must know the various limitation of management of the bone tumuors                 
  The end of the session the phase-III student must know the various limitation of management of congenital disabilities                
OR14.2 Demonstrate the ability to counsel patients to obtain consent for various orthopedic procedures like limp amputation, permanent fixations etc.. K/S/A/C KH / SH Y Case discussion, Video assisted Lecture, Small group discussion, Teaching, Skills lab sessions OSCE with Simulation based assessment     AETCOM
  The end of the session the phase-III student must know the various orthopaedics ijuries and their complication which can result i limb amputation                
                   
Number COMPETENCY Domain K/S/A/C Level K/KH/ SH/P Core (Y/N) Suggested Teaching Learning method Suggested Assessment method Number required to certify Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
The student should be able to: P
OR14.3 Demonstrate the ability to convince the patient for referral to a higher centre in various orthopedic illnesses, based on the detection of warning signals and need for sophisticated management K/S/A/C KH / SH Y Case discussion, Video assisted Lecture, Small group discussion, Teaching, Skills lab sessions OSCE with Simulation based assessment     AETCOM
  The end of the session the phase-III student must know the various limitations of treatment in his institution.                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must know the various facilities avail;able i the referral institute                
  The end of the session the phase-III student must know the various warning signs serious orthopaedics injuries                
  Column C: K- Knowledge, S – Skill, A - Attitude / professionalism, C- Communication. Column D: K – Knows, KH - Knows How, SH - Shows how, P- performs independently, Column F: DOAP session – Demonstrate, Observe, Assess, Perform.
Column H: If entry is P: indicate how many procedures must be done independently for certification/ graduation