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DNB-Anaesthesia

Brief Information

 

Number of Seats: 01 ( Post MBBS & Post Diploma)

Name of hospital involved in training: Emergency Medical Care(EMC),Green Avenue, Amritsar, Punjab - 143001.

INTRODUCTION :-
Emergency Medical Care(EMC) has been accredited with 1 seats in DNB Anaesthesia by the National Board of Examinations, New Delhi from August 2021 onwards. Established in the year 2003, the EMC Group of Hospitals has become India’s largest medical centre providing the top quality treatment in all specialities. The EMC hospitals have a specialized and highly experienced team of doctors and the assistant staff that work effortlessly 24x7 keeping the patient’s health a priority.

All the EMC hospitals have the latest technology and pieces of equipment to support and sustain the needs of every patient visiting our hospitals.EMC is committed to provide the best scientific approach combined with educational programmes that emphasizes on development of excellence in the clinical skills required for good medical practice.
We believe, uninterrupted learning brings the best out of a clinician as well as residents and the organization vouches for it. Academics and Research is integral part of our organization and we support our clinicians and residents in research, publications, conferences and other academic activities.

 

WHAT DNB IS?
National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) was established in 1975 by the Government of India with the prime objective of improving the quality of Medical Education by establishing high and uniform standards of postgraduate examinations in modern medicine on All India basis. NBEMS conducts post graduate and post-doctoral examinations in approved disciplines leading to the award of Diplomate of National Board (DNB), Doctorate of National Board (DrNB) and Fellow of National Board (FNB). The setting up of a National Body to conduct post graduate medical examination and training has provided common standards and mechanism of evaluation of minimum level of desired knowledge and competencies and fulfilment of the objectives for which postgraduate courses has been started in medical institutions.

RECOGNITION OF DNB, DrNB & FNB QUALIFICATIONS:

 The nomenclature of the qualification awarded by the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) is "Diplomate of National Board” (DNB), "Doctorate of National Board” (DrNB) & “Fellow of National Board” (FNB). These qualifications awarded by NBEMS in various Broad Specialties, Super specialties and Sub-Specialties are approved by the Government of India and included in the First Schedule of IMC (repealed) Act 1956 / NMC Act 2019.

DURATION OF ACCREDITATION:

Anaesthesiology department of the EMC is  accredited by the NBEMS for DNB Anaesthesiology programme for a period of upto five years i.e. five admission sessions (JANUARY Session).

Admission Session

DNB - Post MBBS Seat(s)

DNB- Post Diploma Seat(s)

JANUARY 2021

1

1

JANUARY 2022

1

1

JANUARY 2023

1

1

JANUARY 2024

1

1

JANUARY 2025

1

1

PROGRAMME GOAL
The main purpose is to ensure a competent working of DNB trainings in Uppal NeuroHospitals,as DNB Candidate plays a very important role in working of institutes.
i. Patient care Ability: A postgraduate in Neurology at the end of its three year course should develop proper clinical acumen to interpret diagnostic results and correlate them with symptoms from history taking and become capable to diagnose the common clinical conditions/ disease in the specialty and to manage them effectively with success without making any serious complications and sincerely to take such accurate decision, for the patient’s best interest including making a referral to consultation with a more experienced colleague/professional friend while dealing with any patient with a difficult condition.

  1. Teaching  ability:DNB Student also should be able to teach a student about the commonly encountered conditions in speciality pertaining to their diagnostic features, basic patho-physiological aspect and the general and basic management strategies.

iii. Research Ability: Should also acquire elementary knowledge about research methodology, including record-keeping methods, and be able to conduct a research inquiry including making a proper analysis and writing a report on its findings. Data analysis and Use of basic statistical methods require for publication.

  1. Team work:Should be capable to work as a team member. He/she should develop general human approach to patient care with communication skills with the patient’s relatives especially in emergency situation such as in casualty department while dealing with Terminally ill and victims of Trauma. He/she should also maintain human values with ethical consideration.
    PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES
    i. Cognitive knowledge:Embryology, applied anatomy, physiology, pathology, clinical conditions, diagnostic procedures and the therapeutics including preventive methods, (medical/surgical) pertaining to musculo-skeletal system.
  2. Clinical decision making ability & management expertise:Diagnose conditions from history taking, clinical evaluation and investigations and develop expertise to manage medically as well as surgically the commonly encountered, disorders and disease in different areas.

iii. Teaching: Acquire ability to teach MBBS/MD student in simple and straightforward language about the common ailment/disorders especially about their signs/symptoms for diagnosis with their general principles of therapy.

  1. Research:Develop ability to conduct a research enquiry on clinical materials available in Hospital and in the community.
  2. Patient doctor relation:Develop ability to communicate with the patient and his/her relatives pertaining to the disease condition, its severity and options available for the treatment/therapy.
  3. Identification of a special areas within the subject:To further develop higher skills within the specialty in a specialized area such as Stroke ,Epilapsy, headache, Movement Disorders, Nerve & Muscles diseases etc. identify some area of interest during the residency and do fellowship/ senior residency program in one of such areas.

vii. Presentation of Seminar/paper: Should develop public speaking ability and should be able to make presentation on disease-conditions/research topics to fellow colleagues in a Seminar/meeting/ conference using audiovisual aids.

viii. Research writing: Should be capable to write case-reports and research papers for publication in scientific journals.

  1. Team work:Team spirit in patient management, working together in OPD, ward, NEURO DIGNOSTIC and OT sharing responsibility with colleagues such as doctor, nurses and other staff are essential. Resident has to develop these attributes through different mechanism of intraction
  2. Disaster Management
  3. Rural community camps

 


RESPONSIBILITIES
The applicant hospital shall designate the following authorities from its staff for DNB/DrNB/FNB programme:

  • Head of the Institute/ Chief Medical Superintendent / CMO In-charge /Civil Surgeon/ Director: Nodal officer for compliance of the rules and guidelines governing the programme as prescribed by NBEMS.
  • NBEMS course Co-Ordinator (Single Point of Contact- SPoC): He/She shall be the resource person either from the management or academic staff who shall communicate with NBEMS pertaining to smooth running of the NBEMS courses. The communication from NBEMS shall be sent to SPoC.
  • Head of the Department / Senior Faculty/ In-charge: Designated head of the applicant department/Senior faculty/ In-charge shall be responsible for all administrative formalities (such as verifying faculty declaration forms, signing applications/ various documents on behalf of the applicant department etc.) with NBEMS related to NBEMS courses. He/She shall be deciding the academic & duty/posting roster of NBEMS trainees.The applicant hospital shall designate the following authorities from its staff for DNB/FNB programme:
  • Assistant Programme Coordinator: As the resource person for DNB/FNB trainees either from the management or academic staff, to maintain establishment and related functions related to the DNB/FNB courses and trainees.
    It is mandatory that the applicant hospital nominates the aforesaid functionaries for the DNB/FNB programme and indicate the same prominently with contact telephone no, mobile no and email-ID at the Notice Board for DNB/FNB trainees. The details may be shared on NBE website for ready reference of DNB & FNB trainees. Any of them can be assigned as a Single Point of Contact (SPOC) for accreditation.

Stipend Guidelines :

  • Paying stipend to the DNB & FNB candidates is compulsory.
  • According to the NBE stipend policy, the hospital shall have to paythe DNB/FNB Candidate a basic stipend as follows or basic stipendaccording to state government policy (whichever is higher):

Post MBBS DNB (Broad Specialty) Programme:

Year of DNB Training

Stipend (in INR) per month

First Year

35000/-

Second Year

37000/-

Third Year

39000/-

Post Diploma DNB (Broad Specialty) Programme:

Year of DNB Training

Stipend (in INR) per month

First Year

37000/-

Second Year

39000/-

 

LIST OF PRESCRIBED DOCUMENTS:-
Candidates have to bring the following documents IN ORIGINAL.
i. Admit Card issued by NBE.
ii. Result/ Rank Letter issued by NBE.
iii. MBBS Degree certificate.
iv. Permanent Registration certificate issued by MCI/ State Medical Council.
v. DNB/MD/MS Degree certificate.
vi. Proof of MD/MS Qualification being recognized as per IMC Act/ Central Government.
vii. Proof of declaration of result of qualifying Post Graduate Medical Qualification ( MD/MS/DNB) on or before 15th July 2019.
viii. Proof of training completion of result of qualifying Post Graduate Medical Qualification ( MD/MS/DNB) on or before 15th July 2019.
ix. Matriculation / High School /Higher Secondary certificate as a proof of Date of Birth.
x. Valid identity card in original viz. Pan card, Aadhar card ( with photograph), Indian Passport, Voter ID card, Driving License, MCI/SMC Registration certificate bearing photograph of the candidate. No other ID proof will be accepted.

LEAVE RULES FOR DNB/FNB TRAINEES :

The following leave rules shall apply to the candidates

  1. DNB/FNB Trainees are entitled to avail leave during the course of DNB/FNB training as per the Leave Rules prescribed by NBE.
  2. A DNB/FNB Trainees can avail a maximum of 30 days of leave in a year excluding regular duty off/ Gazetted holidays as per hospital/institute calendar/policy. This leave shall be processed at the institutional level.
  3. Any kind of study leave is not permissible to DNB/FNB Trainees.
  4. Under normal circumstances leave of one year should not be carried forward to the next year. However, in exceptional cases such as prolonged illness, the leave across the DNB/FNB training program may be clubbed together with prior approval of NBE.
  5. Unauthorized absence from DNB/FNB training for more than 7 days may lead to cancellation of registration and discontinuation of the DNB/FNB training and rejoining shall not be permitted.
  6. Any Leave availed by the candidate other than the eligible leave (30 days per year) shall lead to extension of DNB /FNB training. The training institute has to forward such requests to NBE along with the leave records of the candidate since his/her joining and supporting documents (if any) through the Head of the Institute with their recommendation/comments. NBE shall consider such requests on merit provided the seat is not carried over and compromise with training of existing trainees in the Department.
  7. Any extension of DNB/FNB training beyond the scheduled completion date of training is permissible only under extra-ordinary circumstances with prior approval of NBE. Such extension is neither automatic nor shall be granted as a matter of routine.
  8. DNB/FNB trainees are required to complete their training by a prescribed cutoff date (as per information bulletin of Exit exam) for being eligible to DNB/FNB Exit examination.
  9. The eligibility for DNB/FNB Final Examination shall be determined strictly in accordance with the criteria prescribed in the respective information bulletin. DNB Trainees are entitled to avail leave during the course of DNB/FNB training as per the Leave Rules prescribed by NBE.