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Universal Health Coverage

A poster making competition was organized by the department of Community Medicine, on the theme – “Universal Health Coverage” in order to celebrate World Health Day on 7th April 2022. Twenty three MBBS and BNYS students actively participated and prepared the posters. The best  posters were selected by  the external examiners (Dr. Firoza Bano, Dr. Seema Choudhary and Dr. Babita) of MBBS 3rd Prof (Part-I) annual exam April 2022. 1st prize was awarded to Ritu Ahirwal (BNYS 2020 batch), 2nd prize was awarded to Ashita Arora (6th sem MBBS), 3rd prize was awarded to Mansi (BNYS 2020 batch) and posters  of students (Rubal Dalal, Ujjawal, Ashima, Anmol, Rashika & Payal Gahlot)     were awarded with Consolation prizes.  Certificates of participation will be awarded to all. The prizes will be given by Dr SPS Kochar Dean FMHS.

Workshop on EEG in the Hospital Auditorium

The Department of Pediatrics, FMHS SGT University conducted a Workshop on EEG in the Hospital Auditorium on 25th March 2022. The agenda of the workshop was to create awareness about the new guidelines about EEG among young doctors & healthcare workers. Renowned speaker Dr. Rakesh Jain, Senior Consultant – Paediatric Neurology, delivered lectures on various sub-topics related to EEG.

Organizing Chairperson, Dr. Pankaj Abrol Professor & Head, Department of Pediatrics invited all the faculty members and PG students from Pediatrics and General Medicine departments of SGT Medical College to ensure maximum participation of related medical staff & dissemination of the knowledge amongst them. Some local pediatricians of Gurugram were also invited.

Our eminent speaker Dr. Rakesh Jain, Senior Consultant – Pediatric Neurology, enlightened the audience with her interesting and informative session.

 All the aspects of the Program were covered ardently & enthusiastically.

This Workshop was a successful event with maximum participation from all the registered delegates.

Fundus Fluorescein Angiography

epartment of Ophthalmology, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences and Optometry, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, SGT University, under the aegis  of SGT Ophthalmological Association and Oculus Academy organised a workshop on  “– Fundus Fluorescein Angiography” on 21st  March , 2022.

 

The workshop was aimed at upgrading the skills of Residents, Optometry Students and faculty of Ophthalmology & Optometry in the techniques of Fundus Fluorescein Angiography.

After a brief inauguration by Prof Sham Singla,Advisor, Prof Gen SPS Kochar,Dean-FMHS , Prof Dr.A.K.Khurana,Prof & HeadDept of Ophthalmology, welcomed the dignitaries and guest faculty and highlighted the importance of this workshop on Fundus Fluorescein Angiography (FFA).

The Guest Speaker Dr.Manisha Nada,Prof & Unit Head,Vitreo-Retina Services,RIO,PGIMS,Rohtak has  a rich  teaching and clinical  experience. She is Vitreo-Retina Specialist and Cataract Surgeon of international repute. She has many publications in national and international Journals. She has many Presentations at national & international forums,as invited Guest Faculty. She has been editor of HJO and in at present Vice President of HOS.The workshop began with a lecture on the various aspects of the topic followed by Hands on Demonstration of all important and essential steps of interpretation of Fundus Fluorescein Angiography (FFA).

Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (VPD) in the Hospital Auditorium on 22 Feb 2022.

The Department of Pediatrics, FMHS SGT University conducted a Workshop on Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (VPD) in the Hospital Auditorium on 22 Feb 2022.

The agenda of the workshop was to create awareness about the new guidelines about Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (VPD) among young doctors & healthcare workers. Renowned speaker Dr. Bindu Yadav, Surveillance Officer in WHO, delivered lectures on various sub-topics related to Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (VPD). She talked about the National Immunization schedule and explained where and how to store the vaccines.

Organizing Chairperson, Dr. Pankaj Abrol Professor & Head, Department of Pediatrics invited all the Faculty members and PG students from ENT, General Medicine & Community Medicine departments of SGT Medical College to ensure maximum participation of related medical staff & dissemination of the knowledge amongst them.

Our eminent speaker Dr. Bindu Yadav, Surveillance Officer in WHO, Gurugram enlightened the audience with her interesting and informative session.

All the aspects of the Program were covered ardently & enthusiastically.

This Workshop was a successful event with maximum participation from all the registered delegates.

Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) in the Hospital Auditorium

Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) in the Hospital Auditorium on 22 Feb, 2022.

The agenda of the workshop was to create awareness about the new guidelines about Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD) among young doctors & healthcare workers. Renowned speaker Dr. Bindu Yadav, Surveillance Officer in WHO, delivered lectures on various sub topics related to Vaccine Preventable Diseases (VPD). She talked about National Immunization schedule and explained where and how to store the vaccines.

Organizing Chairperson, Dr. Pankaj Abrol Professor & Head, Department of Pediatrics invited all the Faculty members and PG students from ENT, General Medicine & Community Medicine departments of SGT Medical College to ensure maximum participation of related medical staff & dissemination of the knowledge amongst them.

Our eminent speaker Dr. Bindu Yadav, Surveillance Officer in WHO, Gurugram enlightened the audience with her interesting and informative session.

All the aspects of the Program were covered ardently & enthusiastically.

This Workshop was a successful event with maximum participation from all the registered delegates.

Hands on Training Workshop, Department of Pathology held on 21st February 2022.

The Department of Pathology of SGT Medical College, Hospital &Research Institute had the pleasure of hosting Dr Sant Prakash Kataria, Professor PGIMS Rohtak. A teaching programme was organised for the post graduate residents of the Department under the aegis of Dr Rajeev Sen, Head, Department of Pathology.
A stalwart in the field of Renal Pathology, Dr Sant Prakash Kataria manoeuvred the department through Renal Biopsy processing and evaluation, including histomorphology and immune fluorescence and fielded all the questions on the same.
A special session was conducted for the post graduate residents where Dr Sant Prakash Kataria was kind enough to show some selected slides to the students.

We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Dr Singla, Dr Reena Nayyar, Medical Director SGT University, Dr Kocchar, Dean FMHS, SGT University and the management for their support and guidance in organising the workshop.

Automated Perimetry

Department of Ophthalmology, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences and Optometry, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, SGT University, under the aegis  of SGT Ophthalmological Association and Oculus Academy organised a workshop on  “– Automated Perimetry” on 21st  Feb, 2022.

 The workshop was aimed at upgrading the skills of Residents, Optometry Students and faculty of Ophthalmology & Optometry in the techniques of Comprehensive Evaluation of Glaucoma.

After a brief inauguration by Prof Sham Singla,Advisor,Prof O P Kalra,Vice Chancellor,Prof Gen SPS Kochar,Dean-FMHS , Prof Dr.A.K.Khurana,Prof & HeadDept of Ophthalmology, welcomed the dignitaries and guest faculty and highlighted the importance of this workshop on Automated Perimetry of Glaucoma Diagnosis.

 The Guest Speaker Dr.Suneeta Dudey,Head Glaucoma Services,SCEH,Daryaganj,New Delhihas  a rich  teaching and clinical  experience. She is Glaucoma/Cataract Surgeon of international repute. She has many publications in national and international Journals. She has many Presentations at national & international forums,as invited Guest Faculty. The workshop began with a lecture on the various aspects of the topic followed by Hands on Demonstration of all important and essential steps of interpretation of automated field charts (HFA).

(Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Delhi) at the SGT Hospital

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology organised a hands-on workshop in collaboration with the Multidisciplinary Committee of AOGD (Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Delhi) at the SGT Hospital on 18th February 2022, on Prevention of Postpartum Hemorrhage.
Postpartum hemorrhage is an obstetric emergency which can lead to sudden maternal collapse.
Dr. Bindoo Yadav, Professor & Head of the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, FMHS, welcomed all delegates. The programme was inaugurated by The Honourable Dean (FMHS), Dr. S. P. S. Kochar. The Dean welcomed the guest faculty, Dr. Shashi Lata Kabra Maheshwari and Dr. Pinkee Saxena, Senior specialists from the Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital, New Delhi, as well as Dr. Sushma Sinha, HoD (Ob-gyn) and Senior specialist, Acharya Shree Bhikshu Hospital, New Delhi.
The workshop had postgraduate students, senior residents and faculty members busy involved with making different types of balloon catheters, practicing compression sutures on models of the uterus and demonstration of an actual Non-pneumatic anti shock garment.

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Gastroenterology in the Hospital Auditorium

The Department of Pediatrics, FMHS SGT University conducted a Workshop on Gastroenterology in the Hospital Auditorium on 16th Feb 2022.

The agenda of the workshop was to create awareness about the new gastroenterology guidelines among young doctors & healthcare workers. Renowned speaker Dr. Neelam Mohan from a prestigious institute delivered lectures on various sub-topics related to Gastroenterology.

Organizing Chairperson, Dr. Pankaj Abrol Professor & Head, Department of Pediatrics invited all the neighboring medical colleges & IAP Gurugram members to ensure maximum participation & thereby dissemination of knowledge. Our eminent speaker Dr. Neelam Mohan is Director of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Liver Transplantation at Medanta, The Medicity Hospital – Gurugram enlightened the audience with his interesting and informative session.

All the aspects of the Program were covered ardently & enthusiastically.

This Workshop was a successful event with maximum participation from all the registered delegates.

International Childhood Cancer Day on the 15th of February 2022

The Department of Pediatrics & Department of Pediatric nursing, SGT University are celebrating International childhood cancer Day (ICCD), today on 15th February 2022.  ICCD is celebrated worldwide on this day, every year. It’s an awareness drive about the childhood cancer. We want to send the message that Childhood cancer is curable. Early diagnosis, early treatment at right place by a right doctor are the way to success. The target audience is medical and paramedical staff, and the general public visiting the hospital. Cancer patients on follow up and those admitted in the hospital shall also be participating.

International childhood cancer day was first observed in 2002. It was introduced by childhood cancer International involving more than 170 organizations.

The theme for the year 2022 is ‘Better Survival’ is achievable through your hands. The theme is particularly focused on the efforts made by the medical and paramedical teams serving the lives of these children. From giving drugs to maintaining a clean and hygienic environment and further giving love and affection to these children is all under the hands of the serving team.

ICCD celebration is aimed to raise awareness about Cancer, and encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment.

The survival of these children depends not only on timely treatment but also on psycho-social and emotional support. Keeping them cheerful and pain-free helps to decrease morbidity and increase the morale of the patients. The affectionate care we provide encourages them to go

through these difficult times. Proper physical care, maintaining cannula site, adequate feeding, and wound care are all core areas to improve survival.

The day is marked to bring awareness about the ailments noted in those suffering or are the survivors of cancer. The day is also marked to show our support and solidarity towards these patients and their families.  The target goal of WHO is to eliminate all pain and suffering of children fighting cancer & achieve at least 60 % survival for all children diagnosed with cancer around the world by 2030. At the mark of the 20th year of celebrating this day, our continuous efforts both in terms of specific and supportive care in a safe, healthy, and clean environment can help us reach our target goal.

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