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Frequent Asked Questions
· What are the objectives of this course?
1)To have the knowledge and skills to provide comprehensive and continuing care for patients in all age groups. 2)To acknowledge clinical uncertainty and to ensure safe and effective management decisions for patients. 3)To develop the skills of self directed life long learning and to make full use of information sources, including use of computers and the Internet 4)To be skilled in simple techniques to be employed in emergency situations. To be familiar with the equipment and drugs used in emergencies.
MBBS degree with MCI registration
MBBS graduates with MCI registration
· What marks this course apart?
Course covers practical training session at Apollo Hospitals in all centers. Course modules and books are developed from experienced professionals
· What happens after requesting information?
Send us the scan copies of Education certificate and Filled Application form to email@example.com
What you'll learn on the course
Emergency Health Care
Emergency Medical Care
Emergency Medical Services
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Diploma in Emergency Medicine:
Primary health care: features; organization; global perspective.
Dimensions of continuity of care, and the family doctor as gatekeeper.
Problem oriented patient records.
Co ordination of care and making effective referrals.
Illness and disease: case studies.
Dealing with uncertainty.
Principles of health promotion activity.
The doctor's role in prevention of smoking; sexually transmitted disease; any other relevant health problem(s).
Use of medical literature; computer skills, principles of quality assurance and practice audit.
Diagnosis in Emergency.
Maintenance of vital functions.
Prevention of complications in emergency situations.
Equipment and drugs for emergencies.
Actions to be taken in common emergencies of the following areas:
Metabolic and endocrine
Obstetrics and gynaecology
ENT and ophthalmology