Pharmacology : Academic Activities

Academic Activities

Name of faculty

1.      Participation in CME, conference or academic activities

Dr.Anil P. Singh

1.      Conference on Ethics in Medical Curriculum at  Karamsad on 12/01/2015

2.      “Nursing & Pharmacovigilance” workshop. PDU Medical College, Rajkot 09/05/2015

Dr. Ajita Pillai

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Dr.Amita R. Kubavat

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Dr.Bharti N. Karelia

1.Interventional radiology 22/1/2015 Rajkot

2.Nephrology, neurology and headache     

   21/6/2015 Rajkot

3.Robotic surgery 9/8/2015 Rajkot

Dr. Kiran Piparva

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Dr.Shailesh G. Mundhava

1.      Conference on Ethics in Medical Curriculum at  Karamsad on 12/01/2015

Dr.Prakash R. Shelat

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Dr.Nishant B. Bhansali

1.      “Nursing & Pharmacovigilance” workshop. PDU Medical College, Rajkot 09/05/2015

 

 

    Details of Post graduate students  
Sr No Name  Conference attended Date
1 Dr Parth Vachhani 1.PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND BIOSTATASTICS, JIPMER, PONDICHERRY  19-20/11/2014
    2.ISRPT CON 2014 RATIONAL DRUG THERAPY AND DRUG SAFETY IN CHILDREN, JIPMER, PONDICHERY 21-22/11/2014
    3. ADVANCED WORKSHOP ON CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY AJ INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE AND RESEARCH CENTRE, MANGLORE 28-29/11/2014
    4.NURSING AND PHARMACOVIGILANCE WORKSHOP PDU GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE RAJKOT 09-05-15
    5.PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON PHARMACOVIGILANCE, SAVEETHA MEDICAL COLLEGE, CHENNAI 23-07-15
    6.PHARM CON-2015 DEMYSTIFYING FACTS OF CLINICAL TRIALS SAVEETHA MEDICAL COLLEGE , CHENNAI 24-07-15
2 Dr Nitish Tank 1.PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND BIOSTATASTICS, JIPMER, PONDICHERRY 19-20/11/2014
    2.THIRD INTRENATIONAL AND SIXTH NATIONAL ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE INDIAN SOCIETY FOR RATIONAL PHARMACO THERAPEUTICS, JIPMER PONDICHERY 21-22/11/2014
    3. ADVANCED WORKSHOP ON CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY AJ INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE AND RESEARCH CENTRE, MANGLORE 28-29/11/2014
    4.NURSING AND PHARMACOVIGILANCE WORKSHOP PDU GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE RAJKOT 09-05-15
    5.PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON PHARMACOVIGILANCE, SAVEETHA MEDICAL COLLEGE, CHENNAI 23-07-15
    6.PHARM CON-2015 DEMYSTIFYING FACTS OF CLINICAL TRIALS SAVEETHA MEDICAL COLLEGE , CHENNAI 24-07-15
3 Dr Jigar Modi 1.PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND BIOSTATASTICS, JIPMER, PONDICHERRY 19-20/11/2014
    2.ISRPT CON 2014 RATIONAL DRUG THERAPY AND DRUG SAFETY IN CHILDREN, JIPMER, PONDICHERY 21-22/11/2014
    3. ADVANCED WORKSHOP ON CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY AJ INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE AND RESEARCH CENTRE, MANGLORE 28-29/11/2014
    4.NURSING AND PHARMACOVIGILANCE WORKSHOP PDU GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE RAJKOT 09-05-15
4 Dr Usha Lalwani 1.PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND BIOSTATASTICS, JIPMER, PONDICHERRY 19-20/11/2014
    2.ISRPT CON 2014 RATIONAL DRUG THERAPY AND DRUG SAFETY IN CHILDREN, JIPMER, PONDICHERY 21-22/11/2014
    3. ADVANCED WORKSHOP ON CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY AJ INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE AND RESEARCH CENTRE, MANGLORE 28-29/11/2014
    4.NURSING AND PHARMACOVIGILANCE WORKSHOP PDU GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE RAJKOT 09-05-15
5 Dr Dhara Mehta 1.PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND BIOSTATASTICS, JIPMER, PONDICHERRY 19-20/11/2014
    2.ISRPT CON 2014 RATIONAL DRUG THERAPY AND DRUG SAFETY IN CHILDREN, JIPMER, PONDICHERY 21-22/11/2014
    3. ADVANCED WORKSHOP ON CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY AJ INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE AND RESEARCH CENTRE, MANGLORE 28-29/11/2014
    4.NURSING AND PHARMACOVIGILANCE WORKSHOP PDU GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE RAJKOT 09-05-15
6 Dr Suchi Shah 1.RESEARCH METHODS FOR BIOLOGICAL SCIENECE STUDENTS , AHMEDABAD 16-18/02/2015
    2.NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS, CHANDIGARH 23-28/2/2015
    3.NURSING AND PHARMACOVIGILANCE WORKSHOP PDU GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE RAJKOT 09-05-15
    4.PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON PHARMACOVIGILANCE, SAVEETHA MEDICAL COLLEGE, CHENNAI 23-07-15
    5.PHARM CON-2015 DEMYSTIFYING FACTS OF CLINICAL TRIALS SAVEETHA MEDICAL COLLEGE , CHENNAI 24-07-15
7 Dr Carolin Barla 1.RESEARCH METHODS FOR BIOLOGICAL SCIENECE STUDENTS , AHMEDABAD 16-18/02/2015
8 Dr Parul Patel 1.RESEARCH METHODS FOR BIOLOGICAL SCIENECE STUDENTS , AHMEDABAD 16-18/02/2015
    2.MANAGMENT OF MEDICATION AND PATIENT SAFTY, CLINICAL TRIAL: IMPACT ON AMENDEMENTS, BANGLORE 5-6/8/2015
9 Dr Mitalee Prajapati 1.RESEARCH METHODS FOR BIOLOGICAL SCIENECE STUDENTS , AHMEDABAD 16-18/02/2015
    2.MANAGMENT OF MEDICATION AND PATIENT SAFTY, CLINICAL TRIAL: IMPACT ON AMENDEMENTS, BANGLORE 5-6/8/2015
10 Dr Arif Dela 1.RESEARCH METHODS FOR BIOLOGICAL SCIENECE STUDENTS , AHMEDABAD 16-18/02/2015
    2.NURSING AND PHARMACOVIGILANCE WORKSHOP PDU GOVT MEDICAL COLLEGE RAJKOT 09-05-15
    3.PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP ON PHARMACOVIGILANCE, SAVEETHA MEDICAL COLLEGE, CHENNAI 23-07-15
    4.PHARM CON-2015 DEMYSTIFYING FACTS OF CLINICAL TRIALS SAVEETHA MEDICAL COLLEGE , CHENNAI 24-07-15
11 Dr Kanaiya Patel 1.MANAGMENT OF MEDICATION AND PATIENT SAFTY, CLINICAL TRIAL: IMPACT ON AMENDEMENTS, BANGLORE 5-6/8/2015
12 Dr Hetal Kacha 1.MANAGMENT OF MEDICATION AND PATIENT SAFTY, CLINICAL TRIAL: IMPACT ON AMENDEMENTS, BANGLORE 5-6/8/2015

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Academic Activities 2012

PHARMACOLOGY DEPARTMENT
P.D.U MEDICAL COLLEGE, RAJKOT
 
CURRICULUM
 
GOAL:
The board goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in Pharmacology is to inculcate a rational and scientific basis of therapeutics.
 
OBJECTIVES:
 
a)            Knowledge :
At the end of the course, the student shall be able to:
( I )    Describe the Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodymics of essential and commonly used drugs.
( ii )    List the indications, contraindications and adverse reactions of commonly used drugs
(iii)        Indicate the use of appropriate drug in a particular disease with consideration to its cost, efficacy and safety for
(a)          Individual needs
(b)          Mass therapy under national health Programmes
(iv)         Describe the pharmacokinetic basis, clinical presentation diagnosis and
Management of common poisonings.
(v)          List the drugs of addiction and recommend the management
(vi)         Classify environmental and occupational pollutants and state the management issues
(vii)       Indicate causaions in prescription of drugs in special medical situations such as pregnancy, lactation, infancy and old age
(viii)     Integrate the concept of rational drug therapy in clinical pharmacology
(ix)        Sate the principles underlying the concept of Essential Drugs
(x)          Evaluate the ethics and modalities involved in the development and introduction of new drugs
 
(b)      Skills:
                   At the end of the course, the student shall be able to:
(i)           Prescribe the drugs for common ailments
(ii)          Recognise adverse reactions and interactions commonly used drugs
(iii)        Observe experiments designed for study of effects of drugs, bioassy and interpretation of the experimental data
(iv)         Scan information on common pharmaceutical preparations and critically evaluate drug formulations
 
(c)      Integration:
Practical knowledge of use of drugs in clinical practice will be acquired through integrated teaching with clinical departments and pre-clinical departments
 
UG LECTURE SCHEDULE
Day
Time ®
 
Batch ¯
11:30 -
12:15
 
12:15 - 1:00
 
2:00 - 3:30
3:30 - 5:00
Monday
1st Term   2nd Term
3rd Term
 
Pharmac
Micro
F.M.
F.M.
Patho
Pharmac
R
PSM
Pharmac
Micro
PSM
F.M.
Patho
Tuesday
1st Term   2nd Term
3rd Term
Micro
Pharmac
Patho
 
Surgery
F.M.
Medicine
 
 
E
F.M.
Micro
Pharmac
Pharmac
Patho
 
Wednesday
1st Term   2nd Term
3rd Term
Patho
Medicine
Micro
 
Medicine
Micro
Surgery
 
 
C
Patho
PSM
Pharmac
Patho
PSM
F.M..
Thursday
1st Term   2nd Term
3rd Term
Patho
F.M.
Pharmac
 
F.M.
Pharmac
Ob/Gyn.
 
 
E
Micro
Patho
--
Micro
Pharmac
--
Friday
1st Term   2nd Term
3rd Term
Micro
Ob/Gyn.
Patho
Paed.
Patho
F.M.
 
 
S
 
F.M.
PSM
Patho
Pharmac
PSM
Micro
Saturday
1st Term   2nd Term
3rd Term
Pharmac
Surgery
Micro
Ob/Gyn.
--
Paed.
 
 
 
S
--
--
 
 
Suitable changes will be made in practical schedule to accommodate 150 students when they will enter 2nd MBBS.
Methodology ofof UG teaching (for duration of the entire course)
1)         Didactic Lectures: a course of lectures, tutorials, clinical cases, group discussions- 4 sessions per week for each batch separately.
2)         Demonstrations
3)         Tutorials
4)         Seminars
5)         Practicals:                                32
6)         Any other teaching/training activities : Departmental discussion sessions for training of new staff
 
7)         Is there any integrated teaching?
            If yes, New approach for pharmacology practicals serve the purpose of integrated teaching.
 
                                                                                    Theory F.Q.   -064 marks
8) Records: Methods of Assessment thereof      S.Q                 -016 marks (Objective)
M.C.Q.            -020 marks.(Objective)

 

                                                                                    Theory Total -100 marks
                                                                                    Practical         -050 marks
 
Are there any students taken for M.D. or Ph.D. in Pharmacology?
 Yes
 
If so how many per year during the last three years.
                         2009 2010    2011    2012
Diploma             -           -           -           -
Degree                1        3         3            3