November 26, 2004

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Annual Review in Diabetology, 2004†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††
Nizam's Institute of
Medical Sciences University, Hyderabad 500 082


 

Friday

December 3, 2004

Morning, Learning Center, OP block, I Floor

Moderator

Dr. Naval Chandra

09.05-09.20

Dr. Priscilla Chandran

Biochemistry

 

Glucose, OGTT

09.25-09.40

Dr. Rachel Jacob

Biochemistry

 

GHb, MAU

09.45-10.00

Dr. Vali Pasha

Biochemistry

 

Lipids

10.05-10.30

Dr. C. Sundaram

Pathology

Slides

Infections

10.35-11.00

Dr. V. Lakshmi

Microbiology

Guidelines

Antibiotic choice

11.05-11.30

Dr. P. Umabala

Microbiology

Review

Fungal infections

11.35-11.45

Coffee

11.45-12.20

Dr. T. Srinivas

Dr. P. Madhav

Dr. M. Raghunath Babu

Diabetes Center

Case reports

Obesity

12.20-12.35

Ms. G. Neelima

Diabetes Center

Review

Fats

12.40-01.00

Dr. P.V.V.S.L.N. Vani

Vascular Surgery

Data

Dislipidemia

1.00-2.00

Moses School of Diabetology

Working Lunch

Friday

December 3, 2004

Afternoon, Learning Center, OP block

Moderator

Dr. Y.S.N. Raju

02.00-02.25

Dr. M. Ravi Sekhar

Dental

Guidelines

Dental Care

02.30-02.55

Dr. S.P. Vijayalakshmi

Dermatology

Guidelines

Skin Care

03.00-03.15

Dr. N. Rambabu

Plastic Surgery

Guidelines

Wound Care

03.20-03.30

Tea

03.30-03.45

Dr. Arun Jain

Diabetes Center

Case report

Gangrene

03.50-04.15

Dr. Pinjala Ramakrishna

Vascular Surgery

Lecture

Evolution of wound care

04.20-04.45

Dr. L.R.C. Reddy

Vascular Surgery

Lecture

Foot and leg disease

04.50-05.15

Dr. E. Rajendra Kumar

Physiotherapy

Introduction

Foot Biomechanics

Saturday

December 4, 2004

Morning, Learning Center, OP block, I Floor

Moderator

Dr. M. Nageswara Rao

09.05-09.35

 

 

 

 

09.40-09.55

Dr. A. Krishna Prasad

Medicine

 

Anemia

10.00-10.25

Dr. B. Srinivas

Cardiology

 

Non coronary heart disease

10.30-10.55

Dr. Lanka Krishna

Cardiology

 

Coronary angio

11.00-11.10

Coffee

 

 

 

11.10-11.25

Dr. S. Afshan Jabeen

Neurology

Case report

Demyelination

11.25-11.40

Dr. Giri Sesh

Diabetes Center

Case report

Painful neuropathy

11.40-11.55

Dr. S. Seetha

Neurology

 

EMNG

12.00-12.25

Dr. A.K. Meena

Neurology

 

Painful neuropathy

12.30-12.55

Dr. Subhash Kaul

Neurology

 

Stroke Care

01.00-02.00

Moses School of Diabetology

Working Lunch

Saturday

December 4, 2004

Afternoon, Learning Center, OP block

Moderator

Dr. V.R. Srinivasan

02.00-02.15

Dr. V. Saraswathi

Transfusion Medicine

Introduction

Stem Cell

02.20-02.45

Dr. G.S.N. Raju

Surgical Oncology

Lecture

Malignancies

02.50-03.20

Dr. V.V. Sai Naresh

Dr. Y. Manjusha

Nephrology

Case reports

Renal disease

03.20-03.30

Tea

 

 

 

03.30-03.45

Dr. P. Kavita

Diabetes Center

Case Report

Chronic pancreatitis

03.45-04.00

Dr. P. Vamsi Krishna

Surgical Gastro

Case report

TB pancreatitis

04.00-04.15

Dr. P. Srimannarayana

Urology

Case report

TB prostatitis

04.15-04.30

Dr. P.V. Kishore

Chest Medicine

Case report

TB pneumothorax

04.30-04.55

Dr. T. Manmadha Rao

Chest Medicine

Guidelines

TB therapy

05.00

 

 

Conclusion

 


approved for 10 CME credits towards accreditation in diabetology by Moses School of Diabetology,
University Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Nizamís
Institute of Medical Sciences

 

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ACCREDITATION PROGRAM  2004
 
for Primary Care Clinicians in Diabetes by

University Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism,
Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences

to empower primary care clinicians in India
to detect and prevent long-term consequences of diabetes
(secondary prevention)
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OBJECTIVES

1. †††† To provide up-to-date information on
  ††††† basic, clinical  and management aspects
    ††† of diabetes to primary care clinicians.
2. †††† To impart competence to primary care 
    ††† clinicians in treating diabetes up to
     †† secondary level and preview for referring 
     †† to tertiary care.

ELIGIBILITY
Continuing medical education in diabetes is open to 
qualified clinicians with MB BS.

CME
Following Continuing Medical Educational activity in 
diabetes is recognised for CME credits.

1. Training Program for Family Physicians
     [ duration 3 days ( 24 hours ) = 15 CME credits ],

2. Scientific Meeting for Physicians
     [ duration 2 days ( 16 hours ) = 10 CME credits ],
3. Continuing Medical Education 
     [ duration 1 day ( 8 hours ) = 5 CME credits ],

4. CME online : www.diabetes.org.in
     [ 100 CME courses = 20 CME credits ]
5. Full time clinical training of 12 months under the 
   supervision of a recognized teacher, is equivalent
   to 90 CME credits
 
6. Annual Review Program in Diabetology 
   by the Faculty from
NIMS University
     [ duration 2 days ( 16 hours ) = 10 CME credits ]

ACCREDITATION
These credits are prerequisite towards 
accreditation by the University Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Institute of Medical Sciences, of a primary care 
clinician.

EVALUATION
After attending 90 credit hours of CME activity, and submitting 
20 diabetes case records including two type 1 and two pregnancy
diabetes, clinicians will participate in self evaluation conducted
by the faculty from the University Department of Endocrinology and
Metabolism,during the Annual Review Program in Diabetology in
December each year.

Evaluation for Accreditation will be held on a Sunday in December 
at Moses School of Diabetology in Nizam's
Institute of Medical
Sciences
, Hyderabad. Please email for further details and any
changes in program.

DURATION
The minimum length of time to complete this program is one year. 
 
ACCREDITATION 
Accreditation is an attendance and self evaluation system of the 
continuing medical education activity for primary care clinicians.
It is not equivalent to a Certificate, Diploma or Degree awarded by
the Universities, and it does not confer any academic qualification
or distinction on a clinician. 
 
POST ACCREDITATION 
Accredited Primary Care Clinicians will get an option on priority 
at
NIMS University and recognized teaching hospitals for clinical training facility in
 
1. Secondary care in diabetes, and 
2. Tertiary care in diabetes.
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†††††††† Annual Review in Diabetology 2004

at Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences
in
Hyderabad

on December 3 and 4, 2004


tentatively approved for 10 credits


Register by sending Rs.1000 favoring
Diabetes Research Society, to

 

Dr. P.V. Rao

School of Diabetology

Nizamís Institute of Medical Sciences

Hyderabad 500 082 AP

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ACCREDITATION IN DIABETOLOGY 2004

Clinicians after attending 100 hours of the accredited CME programs may attend the post CME self-evaluation on December 7 in the
School of Diabetology. The post CME self assessment is patterned after similar programs of IMA College of General Practitioners and IMA Academy of Medical Specialities (DSC) and the AKN Sinha Institute of Continuing Medical Education, IMA.

Self evaluation program also includes submission of 20 detailed case records with 2 IDDM and 2 GDM cases in the long case format as prepared for examinations in the teaching hospitals. In addition, investigations, treatment given and follow-up should also be briefed. These records are to be neatly typed on A4 size white papers and spiral bound, and submitted at the time of self- evaluation program of the Accreditation.

Please be noted that for registering to the self assessment of the accreditation program, the following should reach the School of Diabetology before November 15, 2004

    Draft for Rs.10,000 favoring Diabetes Research Society
    Copy of the M.B.,B.S. certificate
    Copies of accredited CME programs attended

The date of the self assessment program is scheduled on Sunday, December 5, 2004 to be held in School of Diabetology at NIMS, Hyderabad between 9 am and 5 pm. The self assessment may include answering about 60 to 100 MCQs in two hours and / or viva voce by a visiting Faculty from WHO Institute for Diabetes at University of Zagreb Medical School, Croatia and Technical Officer ic Diabetes at WHO Head quarters in
Geneva.

Accreditation is an attendance and self evaluation system of the continuing medical education activity for primary care physicians. It is not equivalent to a Certificate, Diploma or Degree awarded by the Universities, and it does not confer any academic qualification or distinction on a clinician.

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PROPOSED IN 2004

ACCREDITATION PROGRAM
for Primary Care Clinicians
in Diabetes

Faculty from

University Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism,
Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad, India and
Vuk Vrhovac University Clinic for Diabetes,
Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases, University of Zagreb, Croatia

on December . . . , 2004 acknowledge that

Dr. . . . . . . . .

attended 100 hours of accredited Continuing Medical Education,
submitted 20 diabetes case records, and
participated in post CME self assessment in diabetes,

. . . . . . . .
School of Diabetology
University Hospital,
Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences
Hyderabad 500 082 AP India

. . . . . . . .
WHO Collaborating Center for
Diabetes in Developing Countries
Vuk Vrhovac Institute, Univeristy of Zagreb, 
Dugi Dol 4a, 11000 Zagreb, Croatia

 

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ACCREDITATION IN DIABETOLOGY, 2002

Prof. Z. Metelko,
Director, Vuk Vrhovac University Clinic for Diabetes,
Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases, University of Zagreb
WHO Collaborating Center for Diabetes in Developing Countries, and
Vice President, Intenrational Diabetes Federation
has overseen the proceedings of Annual Review in Diabetology on November 22 and 23, 2002 and
the Post CME Self Evaluation Program on November 24, at the School of Diabetology

Annual Review in Diabetology
at Nizamís Institute of Medical Sciences

in Hyderabad on November 22 and 23, 2002

tentatively approved for 10 RSSDI credits

Register by sending Rs.1000 favoring
Diabetes Research Society, to

Dr. P.V. Rao

School of Diabetology

Nizamís Institute of Medical Sciences

Hyderabad 500 082 AP

Registration is restricted to 50 only

 

Clinicians after attending 100 hours of the accredited CME programs may attend the post CME self-evaluation on November 24 in the School of Diabetology. The post CME self assessment is patterned after similar programs of IMA College of General Practitioners and IMA Academy of Medical Specialities (DSC) and the AKN Sinha Institute of Continuing Medical Education, IMA.

Self evaluation program also includes submission of 20 detailed case records with 2 IDDM and 2 GDM cases in the long case format as prepared for examinations in the teaching hospitals. In addition, investigations, treatment given and follow-up should also be briefed. These records are to be neatly typed on A4 size white papers and spiral bound, and submitted at the time of self- evaluation program of the Accreditation.

Please be noted that for registering to the self assessment of the accreditation program, the following should reach the School of Diabetology before November 15, 2002
   Draft for Rs.1000 favoring RSSDI
    Copy of the M.B.,B.S. certificate
    Copies of accredited CME programs attended

The date of the self assessment program is scheduled on Sunday, November 23 to be held in School of Diabetology at NIMS, Hyderabad for 2 hours between 12 noon and 2 pm. The self assessment will be to answer about 60 to 100 MCQs in two hours
.

Accreditation is an attendance and self evaluation system of the continuing medical education activity for primary care physicians. It is not equivalent to a Certificate, Diploma or Degree awarded by the Universities, and it does not confer any academic qualification or distinction on a clinician.

 

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