OUR MOTTO: to equip an Emergency Physician with a strong academic background,leadership skills and a commitment towards holistic patient care,interdepartmental co ordination,communication and TEAM WORK
EMERGENCY MEDICINE IN INDIA
Emergency Care has been the hour of need in India for sometime now.
From CASUALTY to a full fledged Accident and Emergency Department, and from the concept of GOLDEN HOUR to PLATINUM MINUTES, Emergency Care true to its character has had a full fledged growth ,in leaps and bounds in the past few years.
The decrease in morbidity and lives saved due to the efficient emergency care has been tremendous.
Keeping this in mind, the Medical Council of India (MCI) recognised Emergency Medicine as a speciality in 2009.
The range of medical conditions seen in an Emergency Department is a huge spectrum, and always keeps you on your toes many many years down the road. The adrenaline rush and the job satisfaction on doing your part for the patients in their hour of need is unparallel.
The raising need for quality and efficient emergency care has led to the birth and development of a structured academic program for Emergency Medicine.
People Tree Hospitals, Bangalore is proud to have gotten into this web of growth and is eager and enthusiastic to do its share for the society in producing able and trained emergency physicians.
In a joint venture with Society for Emergency Medicine,India (SEMI) ,People Tree Hospitals is proud to announce the commencement of the academic program:Masters/Diploma in Emergency Medicine
What is MEM?
Masters in Emergency Medicine is a 3 year post graduate academic program with a structures curriculum in managing a spectrum of emergent medical conditions.
Why should I take up Emergency Medicine?
Lack of trained emergency physicians has created a huge crater in the quality care provided in the Emergency department across the nation.
It is disheartening to know that concept of golden hour is still ineffective leading to a death every 3 minutes is due to a road accident according to a report by the Transport Ministry.
Every minute counts!!!
And being a well trained Emergency Physician we can make a difference. Make a difference in the outcome of a patient by improving their quality of life and saving a life.We can be a part of setting a trend in the growth of Emergency Medicine in India.
People Tree Hospitals is happy to be part of this difference and trend and has launched a three year Masters in Emergency Medicine (MEM) Program in association with Society for Emergency Medicine, India (SEMI).
This program is aimed at training MBBS doctors to be an able emergency physician with a good future prospect. People Tree has a well trained and dedicated team of Emergency Physicians taking care of all ERs and EmergencyMedicine academic programs.
Who are the faculty?
The faculty will consist of trained emergency physicians having vast experience and following evidence based medicine and internationally approved protocols and guidelines.
Who is awarding this Degree?
The degree is awarded by People Tree Hospitals in association with SEMI [Autonomous Emergency body in India], which is a full member of International Federation of Emergency Medicine (IFEM).
What is the eligibility criteria for joining?
Students who have completed MBBS from an MCI recognized institution can apply for MEM.
About MEM training....
It is a full time with us for a period of 3 years and will be rotated to various emergency related departments for exposure and training.
The MEM resident will be paid a stipend during his training.
Updated evidence based clinical practice
Interactive bedside teaching
Regular academic sessions in interactive classroom teaching
Academic area with library and internet access
Regular updation of logbook, assistance in creation of an academic portfolio
Regular clinical appraisals
Faculty who have been a part of National conferences
Opportunity to participate and present in State and National conferences
Parallel academic sessions for FRCEM Primary and Intermediate
Guaranteed placements on completion of the Masters/ Diploma program
How to Apply?
Fill in the details with photograph
Send scanned copy of the filled in form to (designated email id) along with a copy of updated resume
You will get a receipt confirmation call/mail
Date of interview/counselling shall be intimated
Attend interview along with all valid documents
Final selection list shall be displayed thereafter
The Fellowship Programme is designed to give tremendous exposure to the fellows to a range of joint reconstructive surgeries including revision hip and knee replacements. The programme with its focus on clinical, surgical and research areas of arthroplasty expects the fellows to be involved in all aspects of patient care.
The PEOPLE TREE fellowship programme is a stepping stone that can take you to the bigger world of medical excellence. After successfully completing the course, each fellow will be supported by the hospital to obtain an international fellowship spanning a period of 4 to 6 weeks in England, Germany or USA.
Demonstrate the ability to assess a degenerative/Arthritic joint
Perform a complete musculoskeletal and neurological examination of the limbs. Arrive at an appropriate differential diagnosis
Order and interpret appropriate laboratory, radiological and other diagnostic procedures. Produce an acceptable management plan
Display knowledge of and competence in treating surgical and medical complications. Provide a plan for patient follow-up
Exhibit proficiency in non-operative management of joint disease
Demonstrate technical competence in surgical management of a degenerative joint
Show capacity for the correct use of instrumentation for joint disorders
Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge and understanding of the incidence, etiology, pathophysiology, natural history, diagnosis, investigation, management, prognosis, and complications of the disease processes affecting the joints.
As a fellow you are expected to complete at least 1 clinical or basic science research project. Then it will be presented at a national or international meeting and eventually will be submitted for publication.
Active participation in daily case presentations, weekly seminars and journal clubs is what is expected of a fellow. It takes at least 6 subject seminars and 6 journal club discussions on arthroplasty related subjects for a fellow to ‘successfully complete the course’.