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MD (Emergency Medicine) and DNB (Emergency Medicine) seats in India - July 2014

MD (Emergency Medicine) and DNB (Emergency Medicine) seats in India - July 2014
20-Jul-2014
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We are not going to write anything since these images will speak for themselves. You are free to use them in your talks to promote & start MD and DNB emergency medicine.

Click here to look at 2011 statistics

Image 1 - Total number of postgraduates seats in MCI recognized medical colleges in India and proportion of MD Emergency Medicine.



Image 2 - Total number of DNB postgraduates seats in NBE recognized institutions in India and proportion of DNB Emergency Medicine.


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White Paper on Establishing Academic Department of Emergency Medicine in India

White Paper on Establishing Academic Department of Emergency Medicine in India
12-June-2014
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ABSTRACT
Emergency medicine services and training in Emergency Medicine (EM) has developed to a large extent in developed countries but its establishment is far from optimal in developing countries. In India, Medical Council of India (MCI) has taken great steps by notifying EM as a separate specialty and so far 20 medical colleges have already initiated 3-year training program in EM. However, there has been shortage of trained faculty, and ambiguity regarding curriculum, rotation policy, infrastructure, teachers eligibility qualifications and scheme of examination.

Academic College of Emergency Experts in India (ACEE India) has been a powerful advocate for developing Academic EM in India. The ACEEs Education Development Committee (EDC) was created to chalk out guidelines for staffing, infrastructure, resources, curriculum, and training which may be of help to the MCI and the National Board of Examinations (NBE) to set standards for starting 3-year training program in EM and develop the departments of EM as centers of quality education, research, and treatment across India.

This paper has made an attempt to give recommendations so as to provide a uniform framework to the institutions, thus guiding them towards establishing an academic Department of EM for starting the 3-year training program in the specialty of EM.


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White Paper on Developing Trauma Sciences and Injury Care in India

White Paper on Developing Trauma Sciences and Injury Care in India
12-June-2014
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ABSTRACT
It is encouraging to see the much needed shift in the understanding and recognition of the concept of burden of disease in the context of traumatic injury. Equally important is understanding that the impact of trauma burden rivals that of non-traumatic morbidity.

Subsequently, this paradigm shift reinstates the appeal for timely interventions as the standard for management of traumatic emergencies. Emergency trauma care in India has been disorganized due to inadequate sensitivity toward patients affected by trauma as well as the haphazard, nonuniform acceptance of standardization as the norm. Some of the major hospitals across various regions in the country do have trauma care units, but even those lack protocols to ensure that all trauma cases are handled by those units, largely owing to lack of structured referral system.

As a first step to reform the state of trauma care in the country, a detailed overview is needed to gain insight into the prevailing reality. The objectives of this paper are to thus weave a foundation based on the statistical and qualitative burden of trauma in the country, the available infrastructure of trauma care centers equipped to deal with trauma, the need and scope of standardized protocols for intervention, and most importantly, the application of these in shaping educational initiatives in advancing emergency trauma care in the country.

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What A Great Job Emergency Medicine Is - Dr. Cliff Reid

What A Great Job Emergency Medicine Is - Dr. Cliff Reid
10-May-2014
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This is a 30 minute talk released last week by ACEM. Very good lecture on what the specialty of emergency medicine is. Listen.


(If the video does not load, click here Dr. Cliff Reid - What a Great Job)



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Multiple Articles on Emergency Medicine in India

Multiple Articles on Emergency Medicine in India
27-Apr-2014
Editors Desk


The April 2014 issue of Healthcare Executive is carrying multiple articles related to emergency medicine in India.
It is good to see so many leaders in India give their comments about EM. Have a look!

Society for Emergency Medicine India has started the process to create a national curriculum with the help of International Federation of Emergency Medicine - Dr Tamorish Kole

We need to start more academic training programs in EM across medical colleges and private hospitals - Dr Sanjay Mehta

The biggest challenge is to get hospitals to recruit qualified emergency medicine doctors, nurses and paramedics to take care of their emergency patients - Dr Imron Subhan

India can emulate legislation like EMTALA which defines how emergency care can be provided to citizens - Dr Jesse Pines

A state sponsored insurance support with a co-pay component derived from the annual family income for each insured patient is the need of the hour - Dr Anunaya Jain



(If the magazine does not load in 1 min, click here Healthcare Executive April 2014)