CEPHALIQUE 

(Stroke and other Neurological Disorders)

This workshop will be focusing on stroke and other neurological diseases that burden our society and aims to provide clinical training to undergraduates on the basics of treatment and management of such patients through interactive discussions and practical learning.

HIGHLIGHTS

– Case scenarios to help in identifying, localizing and giving immediate treatment .

– First hand experience of the definitive management for stroke and learning about the complications of stroke and their subsequent management.

– EEG Demonstration and interpretation the EEG patterns (normal and abnormal) with examples of case scenarios.

– Demonstrations of nerve conduction test

– Demonstration of mechanical thrombectomy using a simulator.

Here’s hoping this workshop sparks an interest in you in the field of neurology so that many young minds walk out with the aim of becoming neurologists!

Maximum seats: 66

Schedule

Venue:Hospital Auditorium

-Introduction to Stroke

Dr. Peter Sandercock                   (08:30am – 9:00am)

-Neuropathies

Dr. Vineeth Jaison                    (09:00am – 09:30am)

-Epilepsy

Dr. Ivy Sebastian                     (09:30am – 10:00am)

                

 Break:  

10:00 To 10:45am

 

Hands-on Workshop: (in four equal batches simultaneously)

Divided in groups of 16 each

  1. Acute Management of Stroke : IVT with complications                       (½ hour )

Dr. Rajeshwar

  1. Endovascular Therapy of Stroke                                             (½ hour)

Dr. Anirudh Kulkarni

  1. EMG & NCV                                                                           (½ hour)

Dr. Vineeth Jaison

  1. EEG                                                                                         (½ hour)

Dr. Ivy Sebastian

Neurology workshop coordinators

Stephi(MBBS 2014) :+91 9915507507

Rickson(MBBS 2014):+91 8557043591

Head of workshops

Aarsi(MBBS 2014):+91 9876451461

Head of academic events

Raj(MBBS 2014):+91 7678612439

HAEMATONCOLOGY

Ideas and innovations stem from the basic root i.e. action. Pathology, Haematoncology and Radiation Therapy dept. together presents to you this workshop which will give you the spark to drive those actions. This workshop focuses on laboratory diagnosis and treatment of various malignancies. The undergraduates will get clinical training on the steps involved in diagnosing and treating these cancers and they will also learn how to approach incurable patients and make their lives better. Thus, it will be an interactive session with the aim of giving the students an insight into cancer management.

HIGHLIGHTS

– Early and accurate diagnosis of cancer.

– Use of pathological applications for making diagnosis.

– Use of various modalities for treating cancer.

– Palliation – when prognosis is poor.

Date- 5/4/19

Time- 8:00am to 2:00pm

No. Of delegates- 60

(Divided into 6 groups with 10 delegates in each group)

 

 

                                                                                                                Time  Duration                  Faculty

Overview                                                                                                    30min.

Station 1- Hands on training of blood sampling.                                40min.

Flow cytometry, Cryopreservation

Station 2- FISH, Immunohistochemistry.                                             40min.

Station 3- Demonstration of DNA extraction and PCR.                     40min.

———————————————————-Break (15min.)————————————————————-

Station 4- Visit to blood bank : Blood grouping,.                              40min.

automation, Irradiation, apheresis, advanced IH etc.

Station 5- Visit to bonemarrow transplant unit.                              40min.

Station 6- Radiation therapy and palliation.                                     40min.

Hematoncology workshop heads:

Hency P. John (MBBS 2014)                                          Josiah Abraham John (MBBS 2014)

Mobile no. 8427226263                                                 Mobile no. 8054187361

Head of workshops:    Aarsi (MBBS 2014)

Ph: 9876451461

Head of academic events: Raj Pratik(MBBS 2014)

Ph: 9876872201

BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (BLS) – AHA Certified

90% of people who suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrests die. CPR if given within few minutes can double or triple the chance of survival. This BLS instructor led clinical course provides both single rescuer and team based basic life support training for application in both prehospital and in facility environments.

HIGHLIGHTS

– High-quality CPR for adults, children, and infants

– The AHA Chain of Survival, specifically the BLS components

– Use of an AED

– Effective ventilations using a barrier device

– Bag and mask technique

– Importance of teams in multi-rescuer resuscitation and performance as an effective team member during multi rescuer CPR

– Relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for adults and infants

Come and get hands-on training at this American Heart Association accredited workshop and get equipped with the right set of skills to save a life as a doctor in training!

Maximum seats: 50

BLS COURSE AGENDA

4th April 2019

8:00- 8:05         Lesson_1 Course introduction

8:05-8:50          Lesson_2 One (1) Rescuer Adult BLS

8:50-9:20          Lesson_3 AED and bag and mask device

9:20-9:35          Lesson_4 Two(2) Rescuer Adult BLS

9:35-9:50          Lesson_5 Team Dynamics

9:50-10:05        Lesson_6 High Performance Team Activity

10:05-10:20     Break

10:20-10:35     Lesson_7 Child BLS

10:35-10:50     Lesson_8 Infant BLS

10:50-11:00     Lesson_9 Special Considerations

11:00-11:05     Lesson_10 Adult and Child Choking

11:05-11:10     Lesson_11 Infant Choking

11:10-11:15     Lesson_12 Conclusion

11:15-11:45     Hands on

11:45-12:05     EXAM

12:05-12:25     Adult CPR and AED Skill test

12:25-12:45     Infant CPR Skills test

12:45-01:00     Q&A Session

HORMONICS

(Diabetes)

India being the diabetic capital of the world and we being the future doctors should definitely be one step ahead when it comes to having the skills and knowledge to manage and treat diabetic patients.

This delegate friendly workshop will give you the chance to express your experience as a Type 2 Diabetic who has been be put on Diabetic regime for a day! Sounds interesting right? We will also be having patients interacting and sharing their experience with the students

Get the chance to examine the only palpable Endocrine organ (of course not in males!), the Thyroid.

HIGHLIGHTS

– Clinical training on Diabetes and living as a Type 2 Diabetic for a day (diabetic food regime + s.c. injections)

– Session involving interaction of the delegates with patients

– Use of glucometers

– Hands on examination of thyroid

Maximum seats: 40

Date 5th April 2019

Venue- Lady Willingdon Hall –

College Campus

Christian Medical College and Hospital

Ludhiana- Punjab

 

SR. NO TIME TITLE FORMAT SPEAKERS
8.00 am onwards Registration and Breakfast

 

1 8.30am -8.40am Introduction to Diabetes/Endocrinology Interactive JJ
2 8.40-10.40 The FITTER (Forum for Insulin Technique) Workshop

                  ( All students in 4-5 groups )

10 min Pretest Facilitators
10 min Introduction to Insulin Short Lecture JJ
20 min Barriers to Insulin use among patients Group Discussion All Faculty
5 min Anatomy of Skin Video BD
45 mins Injection technique Lecture/Video

Group Demonstration

BD/ Faculty/ Facilitators
20 mins Insulin Stewardship/Storage/Disposal Group Discussion Emmy Grewal
10 mins Post Test Facilitators
3 10.40-11.00 Tea Break/ Exercise/ Dance Role play GP/EG
4 11.00-12.00 The CULINARY WORKSHOP (Cooking and Eating Healthy)
30 min The CULINARY Pentad Lecture/Group Discussion Gaganpriya
30 min Low fat, Low Carb Cooking Workshop GP/EG
5 12.30-1.30 Adoloscent Workshop
40 min Adolescent Health Lecture/ Group Discussion Mudita Dhingra/ DS Batth
20 min Recent Advances in Diabetes Therapy Lecture TBD
5 1.00-2.00 Ludhiana Declaration for a Healthy Lifestyle among the Youth Volunteers All participants

*The tentative program/ Likely to change

Faculty

Dr Emmy Grewal

Dr Gagan Priya

Dr Mudita Dhingra

Dr Devender Singh Batth

 Facilitators

Dr Jubbin Jagan Jacob

Dr Manpreet Kaur

Dr Hanah Mathew

Dr Arshdeep Waris

Sister Nisha Mathew

Mrs Ribeka Masih

CARDIACUS

(Heart Diseases)

 Be ready to develop your core skills to channelize an easier and skillful approach towards ailments of the human heart through this workshop.
We begin with fundamental concepts of electrocardiogram(ECG) – the quintessential investigation that medical students find most daunting.
The workshop also includes a clinical session on murmurs – their identification and localisation, investigations along with talks on the emerging breakthrough techniques and surgeries by expert cardiologists.

HIGHLIGHTS
– Hands on experience with ECG interpretation.-Murmurs : identification and localisation

– Identification of common arrhythmias.

– Management modalities – Coronary Angiography, Interventional Cardiology, CABG and Valve replacement surgery.

– Interactive session with the experts.

Maximum seats: 54

DATE-APRIL 07,2019  TIME-8AM-2PM(6HRS)
SESSIONS                                           DURATION                        FACULTY
 OVERVIEW                                   8AM-8:15AM
 BASICSOFCARDIOLOGY          8:15AM–9:00AM
 ECGINTERPRETATION(GP-1)
 IDENTIFYINGARRHYTHMIAS(GP-2) 9:00AM–10:15AM
 MANAGEMENTMODALITIES(GP-3)
BREAK–15MINS
 ECGINTERPRETATION(GP-3)
 IDENTIFYINGARRHYTHMIAS(GP-1) 10:30AM–11:45AM
 MANAGEMENTMODALITIES(GP2)
 ECGINTERPRETATION(GP-2)
 IDENTIFYINGARRHYTHMIAS(GP-3) 11:45AM–1:00PM
 MANAGEMENTMODALITIES(GP-1)
BREAK–30MINS
 Q/ASESSION                    1:30PM–2:00PM
CardiologyWorkshopHeads:-
1.SakshiHarris(Mbbs-14)- 8283063968
2.PriyankaMathew(Mbbs-14)-9501177397
3.PriyaCheeda(Mbbs-15).-9501244022
HeadofWorkshops:-
Aarsi(Mbbs-14)-9876451461
HeadofAcademicevents:-
RajPratik(Mbbs-14)-9876872209

INFIGOS  

(Orthopaedics)

Interested in the skeletal system and everything that makes it move? Come and rekindle your love for this highly sought after branch.

Our goal is to equip the participants to manage common orthopaedic conditions, emphasizing on grasping knowledge and surgical skills.

The multi-pronged design of the workshop aims at clinically training the participants on the fundamentals of Orthopaedics and hands-on experience done under the guidance of efficient and experienced Orthopaedicians in the field.

HIGHLIGHTS

-Emergency Trauma Care and Basic principles of fracture

management

-Care of spinal injuries

-Understanding the fundamentals of arthroscopic techniques

-Hands on:

  • Basic Life Support
  • Application of POP cast
  • Skeletal Traction/ External fixation

-Demonstration/Video

  • Removal of POP cast
  • Nailing and Plating

Maximum seats: 40

DATE : 7th April, 2019

TIME : 8:00 am – 2:00 pm (6 hours)

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS : 40

SESSIONS                                                     DURATION                                  FACULTY

  • Overview                                                 15 mins
  • Emergency Trauma Management     30 mins

(Roadside and Hospital)

BLS HANDS ON

  • Care of spinal injury                                 30mins

—————————————————BREAK  (15 mins)————————————-

  • Application of POP cast (HANDS ON)    1 hour

Removal of cast (DEMO)

  • Skeletal Traction / External Fixation     1 hour

(HANDS ON)

————————————————-BREAK (15 mins)—————————————-

  • Nailing and Plating (VIDEO)   30 mins
  • Fundamentals of Arthroscopy (VIDEO)      30 mins

—————————————————————————————————————-

TOTAL DURATION                                                      5 hours

Orthopaedic Workshop Heads:

Anu Liza Joy (MBBS 2014)                Leah Susan Koruthu (MBBS 2014)

Ph: 8427609343                                   Ph: 8054187264

elizjo24@gmail.com                             leahsusankoruthu@gmail.com

Head of Workshops: Aarsi (MBBS 2014) Ph: 9876451461

aarsi1995@gmail.com

Head of Academic events: Raj Pratik (MBBS 2014) Ph: 9876872209

doctorraj@gmail.com

CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE

Talks:
  • CKD: The clinical pathophysiology reconstructed
  • CKD: The past, present and future
  • CKD: Approaching staging and complications
  • Renal replacement therapy
  • CKD case management for best outcomes.
Tutorial (case based)
  • Acid base and blood gas analysis
  • Dyselectrolytemia
Demonstration:

Hemodialysis and Peritoneal Dialysis

Skills workshop (mannequin based hands on):
  • Hemodialysis temporary access
  • Hemodialysis arterio-venous access
  • Peritoneal dialysis access
  • Renal biopsy

SCHEDULE 

Date: 8th April 2019

Time: 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

TIME EVENT IN-CHARGE
8:00 am – 8:20 am Assembly time
8:20 am – 8:50 am INTRODUCTION TO CKD Dr. Cherian T. Sajiv
8:50 am – 9:00 am Division into groups, transit to venue 1
9:00 am – 9:45 am SKILLS WORKSHOP 1
9:45 am – 9:50 am Transit
9:50 am – 10:35 am SKILLS WORKSHOP 2
10:35 am – 10:45 am BREAK
10:45 am – 10:50 am Transit
10:50 pm – 11:35 pm SKILLS WORKSHOP 3
11:35 am – 11:40 am Transit
11:40 am – 12:25 pm SKILLS WORKSHOP 4
12:25 pm – 12:30 pm Transit
12:30 pm – 1:00 pm CASE MANAGEMENT FOR BEST OUTCOMES Dr. Pratish George

SKILLS WORKSHOPS

THEME IN-CHARGE
Hemodialysis temporary access Dr. Lydia Solomon

Dr. Pratish George

Hemodialysis Arterio-Venous access Dr. Manmeet Jhawar

Dr. Cherian T. Sajiv

Peritoneal Dialysis access Dr. Jasmin Das

Dr. Santosh Varughese

Renal Biopsy Dr. Anna Valson

MIND MATTERS (Mental health)

  • Interactive session with videos
  • Self assessment/personality exercises
  • Discussion on major psychological problems
  • A talk on suicide and de-addiction

Mental Health Workshop: 3 Hours

  1. Introduction:
  • Definition of Mental Health
  • Scale of the problem
  • Stigma
  • Prevention and Early intervention
  1. Depression and Anxiety
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Possible causes
  • Action planning
  1. Self-harm and Eating Disorders
  • What are they?
  • Possible causes
  • Treatment
  • Action planning
  1. Psychosis
  • What is it?
  • Signs
  • Treatment and Action Plan
  1. Suicide :
  • Facts and figures
  • Possible warning signs
  • Crisis Management for suicidal behaviour
  1. Promoting protective factors and well-being.