www.integratedmedicineindia.org
             
WORLD ASSOCIATION OF INTEGRATED MEDICINE

management homework online

 

management homework online

1. FACULTY OF INTEGRATED MEDICINE

The faculty of integrated medicine is the pivot of the integrated medical education programmes (IME)  around which the other faculties move for teaching, training, treatment, research and its national implementation. This model is the basis for its global implementation integrated medical education and its implementation.

1.01   MISSION OF STATEMENT                                                           
It is designed and dedicated to provide the integrated medical education to the officially qualified students and practitioners of modern and traditional medicine with an opportunity to enhance their academic growth (knowledge and skills) to  Post graduate (Diploma, Advanced Studies and  Research) levels in order to provide the quality service to the patients and helps the community to lead a long productive life.

 1.02 BACK GROUNDS
Integrated Medicine is defined as combination or unification of modern and traditional medicine and healing in its teaching, training, treatment, research and national implementation on Possible Scientific Grounds . The best is the combination of all the aspects i.e. principles, diagnostics and therapeutics, but it could be made even at any one. The courses curriculum of integrated medicine has wide range and vary from country to country depending on availability of traditional medicine and healing. The traditional medicines are available in various names as indigenous, unorthodox, ethno, fringe, folk, unofficial, traditional medicine and healing in the different parts of the world. All these systems of treatment and/ or healing are used as complementary/alternative to modern medicine (conventional medicine) so it is also called complementary/alternative medicine. These systems in most of the developed countries are called complementary medicine(CM) and in most developing countries are called alternative medicine(AM) and when in combination it is called complementary alternative medicine(CAM). Many countries are still having their strong traditional systems of treatment and healings as their official system. Some of the countries have acquired these traditional systems in their countries and practice as complementary / alternative medicine.

Possible Scientific Grounds: -
Integrated Medicine considers that there is no scientific mean to measure all the aspects of traditional medicines or systems on modern scientific parameters. Thus, the integration of traditional medicine cannot be bound in strict scientific boundaries and the term Possible Scientific Grounds has been used.

1.03 AIMS OF THE COURSE

 
1.
To enrich modern medicine with traditional principles, diagnostics and therapeutics tools and techniques.
 
2.
To provide the possible scientific backgrounds to the traditional medicine   for more effective, efficient and productive health care delivery to the masses.
 
3.
To bridge the existing gaps between modern and traditional systems of treatment and healing.

 1.04 ELIGIBILITY TO ADMISSION
The candidate seeking admission in the faculty of integrated medicine must have passed their medical graduation as MBBS / MD / MS / BAMS / BUMS / BSM / BHMS / BNYS or equivalent qualification from India or abroad.

1.05 SYSTEMS INVOLVED
The present curriculum of WAIM has been prepared with keeping in view, the availability of the commonly practiced medical systems in India . This can be replaced by the other traditional medicine (TM) / healing practiced in any particular country but the grass course contents will be based on the same modular and sub-modular design. The following systems have been incorporated in consideration of present curriculum for India and the countries practicing or willing to practice the Indian Systems of medicine / healing. Thus, the involved systems under the faculty of Integrated Medicine have been grouped in two groups:

GROUP I : Modern Medicine:

Western Medicine - Western Modern Medicine (Conventional Medicine)

GROUP II : Traditional Medicine (Indian System Medicine):

Indian Medicines/Therapy/Healing- Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, Homeopathy,Yoga & Naturopathy . AUM Therapy is an additional method of healing introduced by AUM Foundation LLC, N Y, USA and accepted by World Association of Integrated Medicine.

In preparation of the curriculum, we have taken into the consideration the Principles, Diagnostics and Therapeutic aspects of various systems. Candidates of Western Medicine (Modern Medicine) seeking admission in faculty of integrated medicine has to choose at least one drug system from Group II while Yoga and Naturopathy / AUM Therapy  is compulsory.

1.06 SUBJECTS FOR POSTGRADUATION
WAIM offers Postgraduate Courses as – Diploma (Dip.); Advanced Studies (AS); and Research. The courses are offered in following branches and specialties.

Sl. No.

Subjects

Diploma (Abbre.)

Advance Sdudies (Abbre.)

Research
(Abbre.)

1.

Integrated Medicine

------

ASIM

RIM

2.

Child Health

DICH

ASICH

RICH

3.

Cardiology

DIC

ASIC

RIC

4.

Pulmonology & Tuberculosis

DIPT

ASIPT

RIPT

5.

Skin & VD

DISVD

ASISVD

RISVD

6.

Diabetology

DID

ASID

RID

7.

Rheumatology

DIR

ASIR

RIR

8.

Psychiatry

DIPsy.

ASIPsy.

RIPsy.

9.

Geriatrics

DIG

ASIG

RIG

10.

Gastroenterology

DIG

ASIG

RIG

11

Neurology

DIN

ASIN

RIN

12.

Immunology

DII

ASII

RII

13.

Public Health

DIPH

ASIPH

RIPH

14.

Oncology

DIO

ASIO

RIO

15

Obst. & Gynae.

DIOG

ASOG

RIOG

16.

Orthopedics

DIOrth.

ASIOrth.

RIOrth.

17

Ophthalmology

DIOph.

ASIOph.

RIOph.

18.

Tropical Medicine

DITM

ASITM

RITM

NOTE:

  • Other  specialties will be introduced on demand and available of Faculty members.
  • Based on the above model, other Integrated Medicine courses could be developed in other country on demand of the particular Nation.

1.07 DURATION OF COURSES
All the courses under various medical faculities of World Association of Integrated Medicine are having the same duration for the Postgraduates, Diploma, Advanced Studies and Research . The most important point besides the duration mentioned under the table is that  the candidate must have one year experience in the concern field after his graduation otherwse he has to have  the said experience.

S. No.

Post Graduate Courses

Duration

1.

Diploma in Specialty (D.I.M. Specialty)

One Year

2.

Advanced Studies in Specialty(A.S.I.M.- Specialties)

Two Years

3.

 Research in Specialty (R,I.M.- Specialties)

Three Years (for any medical Graduates)  and Two Years (for Diploma holders of WAIM and AUM Foundation LLC (USA)

1.08 COURSE CURRICULUM
The broad course curriculum for Diploma and Advanced Studies   in integrated medicine is designed in such way so that any candidate can easily attain the desired qualification in most effective and efficient way. The course curriculum has two aspects:

              (I) Theoretical Aspect
              (II) Practical Aspect

(I). Theoretical Aspect: The theoretical aspects cover principles, diagnostics and therapeutics aspects of Integrated Medicine. The broad course contents are same   for diploma and advance studies courses. Based on the components, the contents have been grouped into three major modules and sub-modules as mentioned under.

(A). Basic Principles of Integrated Medicine: It involves following sub - modules:

Basic Sciences of Integrated Medicine
History and Philosophy of Integrated Medicine        
Integrated Principles of Traditional Medicine

(B). Diagnostic Principles of Integrated Medicine: It involves following sub - modules:

Concept of Integrated Health
Principles of Integrated Pathology
Principles of Integrated Diagnostics

(C). Therapeutic Principles Integrated Medicine: It involves following sub - modules:

Principles of Integrated Medicine
Integrated Holistic Medicine
Applied Integrated Medicine
Search and Research in Integrated Medicine

NOTE: The fundamental division of the course is same for all i.e. diploma and advance degree courses. It varies with the depth of examination. The details of course contents will be communicated to the candidate after enrollment for the specific course.

 (II) Practical Aspect: After After admission to the Postgraduate courses (Diploma,  Advanced Studies and Research) ), the candidates are assigned to write a project/thesis which one has to submit  three to six months (depending on diploma and Advanced Studies ) prior to the final examination. Thus, the practical examination consists of three components:
              (A) Clinical Examination
              (B) Project Work
              (C) Viva -voce

Project/Thesis: The candidate undergoing Postgraduate Diploma, Advanced Studies and Research  are strictly instructed to prepare the project/thesis as guided by the head office, failure to adhere to the guidelines is liable to reject the project/thesis. The project for the postgraduate diploma should at least 50 pages while the thesis for Advanced Studies and Research should at least 100 pages.

Preparation of Project/Thesis:
The Project /Thesis must be prepared strictly in the following sequence; failure to follow the sequence is liable to reject the Project/Thesis.

1. Cover Page : The cover page of the Project/Thesis reflect the following points:

• Topic (Title of the assigned Project/Thesis) on the top.
• “Logo” of World Association of Integrated Medicine.
• Project /Thesis prepared for award of Diploma and Advanced    Studies and Research.
• Prepared by (Name of the candidate).
• Year (Year of completion of Project/Thesis).

2. Inner Pages: The inner pages should be arranged in following sequences.

• Page 1 : Print same matters as on the cover page.
• Page 2 : A duly signed certificate from the Academic Advisor.
• Page 3 : A certificate from the candidate certifying that he/she has written the Project/Thesis.
• Page 4 : Acknowledgement to those who have helped in preparation of the Project/Thesis.
• Page 5 : Index of the major contents in the Project/Thesis.

Other Pages:  The candidates preparing the Project/Thesis based on the Basic Principles and Principles Diagnosis should follow the guidelines issued at the time of allotment of the Project/Thesis by WAIM, while the Project /Thesis contents of the Clinical subjects should be described under following headlines.

- Definitions.
- Aetiology.
- Pathogenesis.
- Pathology.
- Clinical features.
- Diagnosis.
- Integrated Management.
- Miscellaneous descriptions.

Note: A special direction will be given to the MD students to complete the thesis at the time of allotment of thesis.

• Summary – In one to two paragraphs.

• References - Each reference should be mentioned in the text matters as number 12, 3, 4…... etc serially and each serial should be clarified in detail under the heading of reference in following sequences.

- Name of the authors
- Title of chapter
- Book/Journal
- Year, Volume ad Number
- Page

For Example: David, A.H.;  Holistic Diagnostics, A Text Book on Holistic Medicine, 1995, Voll. II No.16, P.27.

 
 
math homework online help, history homework online help
math homework online help, history homework online help
math homework online help, history homework online help
math homework online help, history homework online help
math homework online help, history homework online help
Downloads
math homework online help, history homework online help
   
 

Site Design & developed by SDRH