KARRADCON 2017 – 33rd Annual State Conference of IRIA

KARRADCON 2017 – 33rd Annual State Conference of IRIA Karnataka State Chapter
Today, with so much advancement in the field of medical science and much more in the offing, a question that arises time and again is whether Medical Science is the ultimate savior of humanity.

Well, Karradcon 2017, the 33rd Annual State Conference of IRIA Karnataka State Chapter, was apparently and effort to throw light in the regard. Inaugurated by the guest of honor Prof. Dr. B M Hegde, Former Vice Chancellor, MAHE, the conference witnessed the auspicious presence of many notable delegates and dignitaries from the field of medical science namely Shri A C Shanmugam, Chairman RRGI, Dr Bhupendra Ahuja, National President, IRIA, Shir C N Seetharam, CEO, RRGI, Dr Amarnath, National secretary General, Dr Umesh Krishnamurthy, Organising Chairman, Karradcon 2017, Dr H V Shetty, Dean RRMH and Dr Umesh Krishnamurthy, Organising Chairman, KARRADCON 2017, to name a few.

The conference not only cleared the fog on potential of medical sciences, it also was a booster dose for the curious minds of medicine, encouraging them towards a systematic approach in the field. The highlights of the event included a book release on the biography of Roentgen, the man behind X-rays, authored by Dr Pravin G.U Prof. and HOD of Radiology at RRMCH and the go green initiative for awareness on living a greener lifestyle.
It was followed by the felicitation ceremony of Prof. Dr H T Narayana, HOD, Siddhartha Medical College for his contribution in taking Karnataka State Chapter of the IRIA to greater heights as well as that of Prof. Dr. H.S Ballal, Prof. Dr. S.R Hegde, Professor and former Head of Department of Radiology at JJMC, Prof. Dr. Saroja, Professor of Radiology and Prof. Dr. H.T Narayan.

The award winning scientists and speakers from the medical fraternity, also threw light on the future of radiology at the scientific sessions on KARRADCON 2017 – Musculoskeletal and small parts, organized across different venues.

Altogether, it was an enlightening and insightful event for all one and all.
Last but not the least the credit for the success of this conference goes to the participating delegates, dignitaries and all the team members of the organizing committee for their enthusiasm and efforts. Read More

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Career in Physiotherapy in India – Promising or not?

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.

Physiotherapy Colleges in Bangalore

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.

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NABH Progressive Level certification

RajaRajeswari Medical College and Hospital has got the prestigious NABH Progressive Level certification. RajaRajeswari Medical College and Hospital is one of the very few reputed Institutions to have got this award. Kudos! to the entire team.

NABH-Accreditation

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WORLD BLOOD DONORS DAY 2016

June 2016 — The theme of this year’s campaign is “Blood connects us all”. It focuses on thanking blood donors and highlights the dimension of “sharing” and “connection”between blood donors an patients. In addition,we have adopted the slogan “Share life, give blood”,

 

6th Graduation Day at RRMCH

We are glad to inform you that the 6th Graduation Day of RajaRajeswari Medical College & Hospital has been scheduled on 30th April 2016, Saturday at 3.00 PM. All parents are hereby extended a warm welcome to be present along with their wards for this momentous occasion. Both UG and PG graduants shall be given their graduation degrees on this day. Hon’ble former Prime Minister Sri. H.D. Deve Gowda has agreed to be the chief guest.

We are eagerly looking forward to your participation.

Silver Jubilee Function and the 6th Graduation Day of RajaRajeswari Dental College and Hospital, RajaRajeswari Medical College and Hospital

Chief Guest : Hon’ble Former Prime Minister Of India Sri. H.D. Deve Gowda, Member of Parliament
Presided By : Sri. A.C. Shanmugam, Chairman, Rajarajeswari Group Of Institutions

The chief guest arrived at the campus and then proceeded to visit the hospital. The hospital with its state of art facilities and diagnostics services has been offering super specialty services to the poorest of the poor at very reasonable prices. The chief guest interacted with the patients and enquired about the facilities and health care services.

Sri. Deve Gowda then along with both UG and PG graduates of RajaRajeswari Medical College and Hospital led the procession.

devagouda @6th graduation day

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