POST GRADUATE COURSES IN OPHTHALMOLOGY

MAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
In Nashik

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Nashik
Vani Road, Mhasrul, Nashik , 422004, Maharashtra, India
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Nashik
Vani Road, Mhasrul, Nashik , 422004, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme

POST GRADUATE COURSES IN OPHTHALMOLOGY

1. (a) Arrival and documentation 8
(b) Introduction to library 3
2. General Administration and management - Paper I 144
in hospital field
3. Health Administration and Medical care - Paper II 160
(also includes Epidemiology 27 hrs,
Biostatistics 33 hrs, Research Methodology 15 hrs)
4. Hospital Administration & Hospital - Paper III 164
Planning
5. Administration of clinical & non-clinical - Paper IV 168
services and administrative procedures.
6. Administrative residency & case study 2448
7. Dissertation, Seminar & Library 900
8. Special Administrative attachments
1. General Administration
(a) Introduction to Management
1. Terminology, Definitions 1
2. History and evolution of management thoughts. 1
3. Management: science, theory and practice. 1
4. Management and society. 1
5. Principles of management and their applicability in
hospital field. 2
(b) Management as a social service.
6. The organization as a social system 2
7. The community and organization 2
8. Social responsibility of managers 2
9. Ethics in managing 2
(c) The Management Process.
10. Fundamentals of planning
Types of plans. 1
Steps in planning.
Planning process
Objective setting
Strategic planning
Strategic planning process.
Premising and forecasting 1
Modern tools for analyzing situations e.g. TOWS matrix, etc.1
Gantt charting 1
11. Programming and decision-making.
Rationality in decision-making.
Search and evaluation of alternatives. 1
Decision under certainty, uncertainty and risk.
Decision support systems. 1
Creativity and innovation
12. Organizing
Nature of organizing and entrepreuning
Organizational structure 2
Departmentation, matrix organisation,
 Authority, responsibility, delegation and decentralization. 1
13. Controlling
Basic control process.
Critical control points and standards.
Stages of control. 3
Relationship of planning and controlling.
Global challenges in controlling.
14. Co-ordination
Need for coordination.
Types of coordination.
Approaches to coordination. 3
Features of coordination.
15. Communication
Types of communication.
Elements of communication. 1
Communication process.
Communication barriers. 1
Improving communication in hospitals. 1
(d) The Role of the Executive
16. Management functions and tools. 1
17. Management levels and skills. 1
18. Styles of management 1
19. Participative management
20. Management by exception 1
21. Management by objectives 1
22. Systems approach to management. 1
23. Challenges to manager in the hospital field. 1
24. Strategic business units (SBUs) 1
25. Committees 1
(e) Principles of Human Resource Development (HRD)
26. The concept of Human Resource Development
Manpower planning. 1
Recruitment and selection. 1
Training and development. 1
Performance appraisal. 1
27. The functions of HR manager. 1
28. Locating problem situations 1
29. Identifying leadership potential 1
30. Personnel value in administrative decisions
31. Relationship of management and employee organizations 1
32. Considering the right of employees 1
33. Collective bargaining and trade unions 2
34. Grievance redressal 1
35. Absenteeism
(f) Organizational Behavior and Administrative Styles
36. Basics of sociology, anthropology and psychology 1
37. Introduction to organizational behavior
Need and demands 1
Motives and Behavior
Attitude 1
Acquired and learned drives
Personality
Perception 1
38. Motivation
Types of Motives
 Need hierarchy 1
Theories of motivation 2
39. Group dynamics
Defining and classifying groups. 2
Group structure and process.
Group decision-making.
Team building 2
40. Leadership
Leadership and management. 1
Theories of leadership. 2
41. Conflict
Conflict process. 1
Conflict resolution. 1
Negotiation. 1
Conflict in hospitals 1
42. Organizational change and stress management
Forces for change. 1
Planned and unplanned change. 1
Change agents. 2
Resistance to change. 2
Managing resistance to change. 2
Work stress and management of stress. 1
43. Organizational culture and organizational development
Matching people with culture. 1
 Learning organizations 1
 Transactional analysis 2
 Organizational commitment 2
2. Management in Hospitals
(a) 44. Hospital as an organization: Matrix organization
Systems concept 2
(b) Problems of HRD in Hospitals 2
45. Manpower planning 1
46. Number of categories of staff 1
47. Job analysis and job specifications, salaries and perquisites 1
48. Selection, recruitment and employment 1
49. Training of middle level managers 2
50. Development of staff
51. Supervisory and Executive Development programme
52. Welfare and morale 1
53. Creative problem solving 1
54. Issues in management of professionals
in hospitals - Doctors, Nurses, Technical staff 1
55. Staff Evaluation and merit rating. 1
56. Reward system and incentives
Performance linked reward system. 1
Incentives for blue and white collars. 1
Bonus and profit sharing. 1
Allowances and benefits. 1
Down sizing and voluntary retirement schemes (VRS)


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