|Year : 2020 | Volume
| Issue : 1 | Page : 65-67
Event report: Interns Induction Program 2020
Swapnil J Borage
Department of Shalakyatantra, Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College, Hospital and Research Centre, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences, (DU), Wardha, Maharashtra, India
|Date of Submission||20-Mar-2020|
|Date of Decision||21-Mar-2020|
|Date of Acceptance||09-Apr-2020|
|Date of Web Publication||2-Jul-2020|
Dr. Swapnil J Borage
Krishna Nagar, Juna Dhamangaon, Tal-Dhamangaon Railway, Amravati, Maharashtra.
Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None
|How to cite this article:|
Borage SJ. Event report: Interns Induction Program 2020. J Indian Sys Medicine 2020;8:65-7
Internship is a phase of transforming a medical student into a doctor, which is conducted after completion of their curriculum of medical education. The main objective of interns induction program is to inculcate safe and competent manners of treatment in interns, so that patients receive the best possible medical care. Intern’s induction program was conducted from January 16, 2020 to January 20, 2020, by Department of Shalakyatantra, Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College, Hospital and Research Centre (MGAC and RC), Salod, Wardha, Maharashtra, India, a constituent unit of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed to be University), Sawangi, Wardha, Maharashtra, India.
The event started with an inaugural function on day 1, with Charaka’s oath reading. On second and third day, interns attended scientific sessions. Fourth and fifth day, interns visited Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and hospital, Ravi Nair Physiotherapy College, Shard Pawar Dental College, and animal house.
| Day 1 (Inauguration and Scientific Session 1)|| |
Program was inaugurated by Honorable Dr. Shyam Bhutada, Dean, MGAC and RC. Dr. Roshna Bhutada, (Head of the Shalakyatantra Department), Dr. Rohit Waskar, RMO (Residential Medical Officer), MGACH and RC; Dr. Rusikesh Thakre, NABH Coordinator, MGACH and RC; Dr. Swapnil Borage, Organizing Secretary, Intern’s Induction Program 2020; and Dr. Sandesh Meshram, BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery) consultancy for hospital expert, were the distinguished dignitaries on the dais. The inauguration program was started with Dhanvantari Stavan (prayer of Lord Dhanvantari). Later, the guests lit the traditional lamp and declared the workshop inaugurated. Dr. Shanti Maniyala conducted the proceedings Figure 1]. The program proceeded with introductory and welcome speech by Dr. Shyam Bhutada. He briefly reviewed the importance of intern induction with and delivered sermon to the interns by reading “Charaka Oath,” and all interns repeated after him [Figure 2] and [Figure 3]. The vote of thanks for inaugural function was proposed by Dr. Tejas Kakde., ,
First scientific session started after 5min. with the speech of Dr. Sandesh Meshram on “Scope after Graduation.” In post-lunch session, the session was started by Dr. Arun Wankhede on the importance of pathological investigation. After which, Dr. Premkumar Badwaik shared his word of wisdom on the role of government in the current public health scenario in India and its future scope. With this, the proceedings of day first, January 16, 2020, was concluded [Figure 3].
| Day 2 (Scientific Session 2)|| |
Second day was started with a detailed information regarding Internal Complaint Committee (ICC) by Dr. Pradnya Dandekar, Professor. This session was followed by session of Dr. Shweta Parwe who shared her knowledge regarding communication skills and public relations. Next lecture was given by Dr. Devyani Dasar on the introduction to surgical and parasurgical management. Later on, Dr. Gaurav Sawarkar gave an introduction to Pre-accreditation Entry Level National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (PRE-NABH). It was followed by the lecture on the introduction to hospital safety policy (NABH) by of Dr. Rushikesh Thakre. Mrs. Nanda Bakane enlightened the participants on nursing care in hospital. She told that the nursing staff and doctors have to work, hand in hand, and no one is least important. This was followed by a lecture on the introduction to research methodology by Dr. Pradnya Dandekar. Dr. Mujahid Khan presented a lecture on “Introduction to MOM (Management of Medication)” as per NABH. He stated what mistakes doctors do while writing a prescription, such as not putting proper dose, duration, and frequency of each and every medication.
In the post-lunch session, Dr. Sadhna Misar presented a lecture on emergency management in hospital and the importance of CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation). The session was followed by informative lecture on the topic entitled “Rules and Regulations of Internship and Interns Diary, and Duty Distribution” by Dr. Rohit Waskar. Dr. Satyam Supare gave an introduction to HIC (Hospital Infection Control); and Dr. Bhagyashree Choudhari presented a lecture on women health care.
| Day 3 (Scientific Session 3)|| |
On the third day, Dr. Punam Sawarkar guided the participants on the introduction to CQI (continuous quality improvement). It was followed by a lecture on the role of pharmacovigilance by Dr. Bharat Rathi. Later on, Dr. Jyothy K B, delivered her speech on child care through Ayurveda. Dr. Sonali Chalakh presented a lecture on medical ethics. Mr. Pawan Hiware gave a introduction to fire training. After lunch, a posttest was carried out of all the participants.
| Day 4 & 5 (Visit to Various colleges and Hospitals)|| |
Proceedings of day 4, started with a visit to Ravi Nayar Physiotherapy College (RNPC). Students visited different departments of the RNPC. It was followed by a visit to AVBRH (Acharya Vinaoba Bhave Rural Hospital, Sawangi). Students visited all the clinical outpatient departments (OPDs), inpatient departments (IPDs), wards, operation theaters (OTs), and blood bank in AVBRH.
Proceedings of day 5, started with a visit to Sharad Pawar Dental College. Students visited all the OPDs, the museum, the library of the dental college, and saw the work going on in the respective departments. Later on, the students visited the institutional animal house, Salod. They saw different species of the albino rabbits, the way of their feeding, breeding, and experiments.
Last session of the day 5 was concluded with a valedictory function. Mr. V. R. Meghe was the chief guest. Dr. Shyam Bhutada delivered a valedictory speech. All interns attending the induction program were provided with certificates, and vote of thanks was given by Dr. Swapnil Borage [Figure 4]. Total 44 intern students were present in the Intern Induction Program. The ALG of Clinical Induction Program was 78.5%.
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