With pollution clogging up the air and chemicals degrading the quality of vegetables and greens, increased stress levels due to constant workloads, early age strokes, accidents while commuting, lifestyle diseases like obesity and more are taking a toll on people. Rehabilitation is slowly and steadily gaining importance in the healthcare sector. These days most of the multi-specialty hospitals have a rehabilitation centre with qualified Physiotherapists for treatment and therapy.
Experts are already forecasting the immense possibilities for expansion and growth of Physiotherapy. The career is definitely a promising one, considering the fact that even people have realized the potential of physiotherapy in significantly improving quality of life by working on body mobilization.
But, before you decide to take your plunge into this field which for sure offers total work satisfaction and is miles away from being monotonous in nature, you need to sit down and think about flip-side of the coin. You need to be aware that this career involves working with people of all ages and mental as well as physical disabilities or challenges. From kids to elderly, mentally challenged to accident victims, general populace to criminals, anyone for that matter could be your patient. Dealing with all kinds of people also means dealing with their tempers. So, primarily you need to have loads of patience and ability to keep calm during stressed times. It is a bit of physical work also because you need to demonstrate the exercises or body moves to the patients. This could be physically draining at times as well. So, take your decision about pursuing the career only after contemplating on these facts.
After giving it a thought, if you still feel passionate about pursuing the career, go ahead. Depending upon your interest you may either go for a Bachelors in Physiotherapy, Masters in Physiotherapy or you many are interested in doing research of taking up teaching as a profession. A doctorate is always advisable. In the US and UK, there is a high demand for Physiotherapists compared to India where the sun seems to be shining on this profession though its only into its initial growth phase. So, taking up a doctorate or a specialization in the field in an overseas university definitely would open doors to umpteen opportunities overseas for this profession. Even the payscale oversees is significantly high compared to India.
In India as a physiotherapist you may get to work in private hospitals, rehabilitation centres, defence establishments, sports and fitness centres, as private consultant to corporates, private practice at your own clinic or with the government hospitals, old age home, mental healthcare centres and more. The work timings are generally good and flexible to an extent. The good part is this profession does not require working during odd hours of the night, etc. So, you get ample time to spend with your family.
Well, Physiotherapy is a challenging field but it is interesting and self satisfying as well. If it interests you a lot and you want to work for serving people and augmenting their health and fitness levels, then this profession is the right choice for you.
Medical education has always topped the list of most sought after career courses in India for decades now. Until a few years back, Medical education was the only course, on the mind of most of the parents for their children – ask any parent about what they want their child to be when he/ she grows up and the common response would be ‘Doctor’. Agreed that now the times are changing slowly and steadily and other
careers particularly the ones that interest the child are taking a front seat, but Medical Education even today is one of the most preferred career amongst all others.
Every year thousands of medical education aspirants toil their hearts out to crack the entrance exams and get themselves the maximum number of choices of reputed medical colleges. Once, the students have cleared their exams and have to choose one college out of the list of colleges available to them, is when they see themselves stuck in horns of the dilemma. Obviously, because it is the question of their career, their life more so. What they choose today is going to decide where they end up in the future. Hence, it becomes very important that you don’t go wrong, as it is like one way traffic. Once you take up the career, you stay on with it most of the times.
If you are also amongst those medical education aspiring candidates, then it is always advisable that you do your groundwork way ahead of taking admission in a medical school. If you already are a star student and are sure enough to crack the entrance in flying colors, make your list of colleges ready so that by the time, its admission time, you are sure on your choice of medical college.
Yes, there are many factors that govern your choice of college, besides your entrance scores. This includes the location of your college, the yearly fees and your personal preferences, irrespective. While, on the hunt for a suitable medical college, you will cross roads with a name synonymous to excellence in medical education. Yes, the name is Rajarajeswari Medical College or RRMCH as it is better known.
One of the best medical colleges in Bangalore, RRMCH is recognized with NAAC A accreditation which automatically certifies its high education standards. Established in the year 2005, with a vision of delivering top notch quality medical education, empowering them to broaden their horizons in the medical arena and contribute as a part or whole in building a healthy and disease free India. For realizing this vision, RRMCH has been offering comprehensive academic programs of international standards.
With a sprawling medical campus and state of the art infrastructure, RRMCH is backed by expert and dedicated faculties who work towards delivering high value education and harnessing the intellectual assets of humankind towards creating future health professionals. RRMCH strongly believes in identifying and enhancing the potential of their students by offering them proper guidance and a powerful knowledge acquisition platform. This is reflected from the facilities it provides to its students including knowledge exchange programs with international medical colleges, active participation in research and innovation programs in the medical science field besides providing interactive sessions with subject specialists and practical experience programs in hospital and research labs.
Obviously, what matters more is your own passion and determination for the medical field and that is what is going to help you shine but if you are looking to carve a career in Medical education, Rajajeswari Medical College and Hospital is one institution you keep on you mind while making your choice of Medical college.
Rajarajeswari Medical college and hospital, RGUHS, Bangalore in association with Medical Education and Learning Point, New Delhi [A division of Quality Council of India] had organized IA & QMS – RRMCH : 2017 from 7th to 10th February 2017 at Kadamba Auditorium, RRMCH, Bangalore. 51 participants from various Medical Colleges & Hospitals in Karnataka, Cochin and Hyderabad had participated.
Bangalore has many Best Medical Colleges, including RGUHS, Bangalore.
Here you see list of top medical colleges in Bangalore.
Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital – Bangalore
No.202, Kambipura, Mysore Road,
Vydehi Institute Of Medical Sciences & Research Centre – Bangalore
#82, Nallurahalli, Near BMTC 18th Depot, Whitefield,
St. Johns Medical College, Bangalore
MVJ Medical College and Research Hospital, Bangalore
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M S Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore
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Bangalore – 560054
Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore
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Dr BR Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore
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Working in the laboratory can be highly stressful. Managing stress effectively is a challenge but it isn’t impossible. Here are a few simple tips for managing stress in laboratory.
Take a Deep Breath – When you are stressed out, breathing does not come so easily to you. So, when you feel you are under stress, just keep aside all your work and take a few deep breaths. Slowly breathe in through your nose, pause for sometime and exhale slowly again through your mouth. Continue to do this a few times and your will see the difference.
Slow & Steady Wins – True to the saying ‘slow and steady wins the race’, in a laboratory, it is essential to go slow and steady in order to reduce the possibility of errors and the stress they are bound to cause. Go slow but steady and you will see your work starts going smooth and error free.
Meditate – Meditation is a great way of reducing stress. There are different types of meditation styles. You can choose the one that you are comfortable with. It could be either meditation with the help of music or without it. Plan and dedicate some time daily for meditation and you will see how it helps you in a couple of weeks. It will not only reduce your stress but make you calm, patient and stronger as a person.
Positive Attitude – Attitude matters and affects everything you do. Every day begin with a positive attitude about a good and stress free day. Even if stress starts building up, stop and realign yourself, think about a positive and fulfilling day and restart work.
Take a short break – This one really works well. While working take a short break after every 2 to 3 hours of work. You can either take a short stroll outside or listen to a soothing song or music or relax. This will rejuvenate you for the coming hours and help keep stress at bay.
Avoid Distractions – With technology bringing information and connections to your pocket or palm, with so many messages, emails and forwards coming in regularly on your phone, it is bound to distract you and not let you concentrate on your work. So, while working as a practice, try stay away from the messages and emails. You may, well, check them when you are taking a break every couple of hours but not as and when they come in. This will not only waste your time but also effect your quality of work.
Follow a hobby – This is not while at work but as a part of your daily routine, try to follow some hobby of yours, be it painting, playing a musical instrument, dancing, gardening, exercise or yoga. Dedicate atleast 30 minutes a day to it and see how it effects your mental health in a positive way.
Try the aforementioned tips and see how they create a positive change in your work life or lab life rather.
Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital , Bangalore, Karnataka
The Medical council of India in its recent notification has made it mandatory for the Physicians to prescribe or recommend only generic names of drugs. It also added that the names need to be written legibly to ensure rational recommendation.
The medical fraternity of Kolkata is yet to make the change that is already made compulsory by the government order issued under IMC (professional conduct, etiquette and ethics regulations). Even the doctors doing private practice are yet to put this order to practice, while the medical college doctors have already started abiding by it.
The main objective behind the order is to benefit patients on a long run by keeping a check on the prices of drugs. On the flip side the private practitioners are finding it problematic to prescribe generic drugs due to the scarcity of them with pharmacists and also as finding trained pharmacists with the ability to identify generic names is not easy.
A certain group of doctors are having grave concern over the availability issues of generic drugs though. Generic drugs today are mostly available only with some government hospital drug stores. The private pharmacies rarely have them. So, with the order to use generic drugs, its needed that the flow of generic drugs is also increased and they are made available in plenty across pharmacies and hospitals. The doctors hence want the MCI to take note of the fact and swing into action. Doctors have also assured that once the drug flow is improved, they would be easily able to prescribe or recommend them.
Another concern coming out from another group of practitioners is that they had observed that the generic drugs they had prescribed were not satisfactory and could not cure their patients. Their patients have also been complaining about the same is what some of the doctors mentioned. So, this group is confused at clinical level about recommending them.
Though experts have already claimed that the generic drugs go through some of the most stringent checks and standard clearances before coming out for sale and are known to be highly effective. They also said that the patients or people need to made aware of the facts about generic medicines so that they come out of their misconceptions and judge-mental opinions.
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