M Ch (G I SURGERY)ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
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This curriculum was devised so that at the end of 3 years of training in the Department of G I Surgery,
a resident would be conversant with all the complex gastrointestinal surgical problems and in addition
would be able to manage complex abdominal, alimentary tract and hepatobiliary diseases independently
with a high degree of competence. To achive a high degree of surgical and clinical skill, a resident
requires to be proficient with both the theoretical and practical aspects of gastrointestinal diseases.
– Clinical exposure with bed responsibilities
– Ist on call duties (house man) - in patients only.
– Exposure to intensive care and artificial respiratory support with ventilators.
– Academic work - Journal Club/Topic discussion
– Protocol submission for research projects
– Surgical work - mainly as an assistant in all surgical procedures-emergency + elective. In addition
he is allowed few operations under supervision.
1. Ward responsibilities + out patients (supervision of Ist year residents).
2. Project work
3. Perform emergency and elective operations as specified below.
4. Academic presentation - topic discussion/journal clubs/ grand rounds and case conferences.
5. Surgical work as outlined in the table.
3rd Year (Ist Half)
1. Ward responsibilities similar to 2nd year + out patients (supervision of Ist year).
2. Emphasis on completion of projects/data analysis.
3. Academic work -as before along with intra department clinical case presentations.
4. Expected to perform major abdominal operations independently (as outlined in the table).
3rd Year (2nd Half)
1. Ward responsibilities (lesser duties) + out patients.
2. Submission of research projects.
3. Clinical case presentation - 3 times/ week along with topic discussion.
Surgical work as before.