Community Medicine

Department of Community Medicine

Name: Dr. Roseline Fatima William, MD,D.P.H.

Email: drroselinemd@gmail.com

Contact Number :8098972047

Experience :

  • 32 years – UG

  • 19 years – PG

Publications :International – 6——–National -17

Area Of Interest

  • Public health, epidemiology, Tribal health, MCH & environment

  • Teaching innovative methods – UG/PG (Microteaching /small group discussions/ Student projects)

  • CMEs/ Workshops, IEC activities – Poster, Oral, Quiz

  • Medical education – BCW/ RBCW/AETCOM/CISP – Training (FDP)

  • Institutional Ethics committee – (Faculty/ Student Research)

Expertise:

  • Community based / oriented teaching – UG/PG

  • Organizing and implementing community oriented programs including field visits to places of public health importance

  • Student research activities / Health education / Communication

Achievements

  • FIMSA – Fellowship in International Medical scientists academy 2013.

  • ACME – MCI – Advance course in Medical Education award – 2017

  • 3rd prize – JIMSA – Best published article award – 2016

  • BOS – Dr.MGR Medical University (2016-2019)

  • BOS – Dr.MGR Medical University (2013-2016)

  • Member – Expert committee M.Phil – Psych.sociology 2015

Name

Designation

Name of the Department

Year of Appointment

Dr. Roseline Fatima William

Professor &HOD

Community Medicine

22.01.2015

Dr. D. Thirunaaukarasu

Professor

Community Medicine

03.12.2014

Dr. P.A. Archana Lakshmi

Associate Professor

Community Medicine

10.05.2011

Dr. Geetha M

Associate Professor

Community Medicine

02.02.2017

Dr. Prasan Norman

Assistant Professor

Community Medicine

01.07.2015

Dr. E. Karthikeyan

Assistant Professor

Community Medicine

01.12.2014

Mrs. H. Gladius Jennifer

Asst. Prof-Bio-statistics

Community Medicine

25.11.2008

Dr. Ramya M R

Epidemiologist

Community Medicine

03.08.2018

Dr.N.Lakshmi

Assistant Professor

Community Medicine

27.08.2019

Dr M C Shruthee

Lady medical officer

Community Medicine

10.4.2019

Dr. S. Manimegalai

Lady medical officer

Community Medicine

02.04.2014

Dr. Kanagabala B

Tutor

Community Medicine

29.05.2017

Dr. R. Monisha Chandran

Tutor

Community Medicine

31.05.2018

Dr. Princy Felicia

Tutor

Community Medicine

31.05.2018

Dr Dharani Priya

Tutor

Community Medicine

18.05.2019

Department of Community Medicine is dedicated in providing excellence in medical education, basic and clinical research and service to improve the health of the citizens through holistic approach. It imparts medical education to undergraduates and postgraduate students about community health and preventive medicine and enables an academic atmosphere where students strive for excellence to achieve and aspire for health of the larger community. Postgraduate course in Community Medicine was initiated in the year 2016 with an intake of 2 seats per year and recognized in the year 2019 by MCI.

Rural and Urban Health Training centres attached to our department have well established and documented family folder system of medical records which facilitates family centred teaching, training and follow up health care services.

 Objective of our Department is to provide quality training in Community Medicine to the undergraduate and postgraduate medical students. The other activities of the Department are to conduct basic research, training programs and to provide promotive, preventive and curative health services to the community, for the health and welfare of the people. Ongoing activities (Health education, Students Research projects, Family health survey, Community based projects, Community Diagnosis, Poster /Oral presentations, Journal discussion, Quiz programmes) provide the academic learning platform and links to Public Health.

Mission: is to develop an outstanding academic environment for undergraduate and post graduate training in public health and community medicine through unique blend of traditional community medicine teaching, hands on public health experience, with incorporating global health perspectives.

 

Total number of research publications: 151

S.No

Publication Title

1.     

Community Diagnosis of  a Rural Community of Salem-  Community Based Learning by the Undergraduate Medical Students of a Tertiary Care Institute of Salem, Tamilnadu

2.     

India’s Victory & Polio’s Defeat-“A Monumental Milestone”

3.     

VARK – Pattern of Learning Style Preferences among Students

4.     

Preference of teaching methods among medical students: Comparative analysis between large group and Small group teaching

5.     

Socio-demographic profile and pattern of illness among patients attending outpatient department of a tertiary care hospital in tamilnadu

6.     

Anaemia and Associated Factors among School Going Adolescent Girls in Chidambaram, Tamilnadu – A Cross Sectional Study

7.     

An epidemiological study of animal bites among rural population in Tamil Nadu, India

8.     

Use of case scenarios to teach spotters in Community Medicine: A Randomized Controlled trial

9.     

Organ donation: An assessment of Knowledge, Attitude and Practices among Medical Students

10.                        

Household food safety practices in a rural area of Kancheepuram district, tamilnadu – a cross sectional study

11.                        

A study of mobile phone usage on sleep disturbance, stress and academic performance among medical students in Tamil Nadu

12.                        

Impact of health education on knowledge, attitude and practice of sanitary latrine among rural population of Kanchipuram district

13.                        

Knowledge, attitude and practice on domestic usage of plastics in a rural area of Kancheepuram district

14.                        

Awareness about eye donation among patients.

15.                        

A study to assess the awareness on blood donation among the patient relatives in sri venkateshwaraa medical college hospital and research centre at puducherry. NNT.

16.                        

Make the weight go away. NNT. 2010, 6(5): 57

17.                        

Preventive oral health among medical nursing students. NNT, 2011

18.                        

Smile Please. Journal of nursing perspectives. 2011

19.                        

Sexual Behaviour pattern of married men in Rural Puducherry; NJRCM; 2014;3(1):37-40

20.                        

unintentional injuries: Burden and Risk factors in rural areas of Puducherry Indian Journal of Medical Specialities, 2013; 4(2):229-233

21.                        

Stressful life events – Effect on mental health of medical students Indian Journal of Medical Specialities, 2013; 4(2):254-258.

22.                        

Comparative study of Intravenous Iron Sucrose and oral Iron in Iron Deficiency Anemia among Pregnant women in rural areas of Puducherry Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2013; 2(7):695-701

23.                        

A Study to assess the Hormonal profile of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome in a tertiary care hospital in Puducherry RJPBCS, 2013, 4(2):1223-1228

24.                        

Enhancing Case Detection in Tuberculosis. Role of Paramedical Students in Public Private Partnership National Medical Journal of India, 2012; 25(6):375-376

25.                        

Modular Teaching: An alternativeto routine teachingmethod for undergraduatemedical students, Indian Journal of Community Medicine, 2011; 36(3): 237-238.

26.                        

Impact of health education on Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Sanitary latrine among rural population of Kanchipuram District. NJRCM, Aug 2018, vol 7 sup issue 1: 23-26.

27.                        

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on Domestic Usage of Plastics in a Rural Area of Kancheepuram District, NJRCM, Aug 2018, vol 7 sup issue 1: 27-31.

28.                        

Estimation of the likely time for seroconversion in HIV infection. IJMA, 2011, 2(7): 1208-18

29.                        

A Survey to Assess the awareness of Swine Flu among General Population in Sri venkateshwaraa Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Puducherry; International Journal of Nursing Education. July-December 2012; 4(2):160-162.

30.                        

 Strategies to improve patients safety in emergency department, International journal of nursing, Aug 2015, vol 3 (2)

31.                        

 Prevalence of hearing impairment in school children in the villages of vadamavanthal ward area IJCMPH-2016-09-576

32.                        

 Facebook addiction and depression in adults [19 years-64 years], IJCMPH 2017 Aug;4(8):2999-3004

33.                        

Household food safety practices in a rural area of Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu-A cross-sectional study. Journal of Comprehensive Health.2017;5(2):53-58

34.                        

Comparison of perceived stress among medical and engineering students of Karpaga Vinayaga Educational Group, Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu, IJCMPH, 2018 Jan;5(1):302-307

35.                        

The association between internet addiction, social phobia and depression in medical college students. IJCMPH,2018,5(10): 4351-56

36.                        

Occupational health assessment of teachers in selected schools in Vellore district, Tamil Nadu: Role of workplace environment in health. Al Ameen Journal of Medical Sciences. 2019; 12(3):139-144 (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

37.                        

Awareness regarding cervical cancer and preventive practices among rural married women of Kancheepuram district, Tamil Nadu.

38.                        

Perceptions and health-seeking practices among an urban population of Tamil Nadu, India – A baseline survey. MRIMS Journal of Health Sciences. 2014; 2(1):37-39. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

39.                        

Drug Inventory control analysis in a Primary level Health care facility in Rural Tamil Nadu, India. Healthline. 2014;5(2):36-40. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

40.                        

Perceived levels of stress and its correlates among residents of old age home in Kanchipuram District, Tamil Nadu. Medical Journal of Dr DY Patil University. 2014;7(6):728-31.

41.                        

Application of Indian Diabetic Risk Score in screening of an undiagnosed rural population of Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu-A cross-sectional survey. MRIMS Journal of Health Sciences. 2014;2(2):81-83. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

42.                        

A cross-sectional study on awareness and practices about blood donation among medical students. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development. 2014;1(6):22-25.

43.                        

Andragogy in clinical medicine: implications for medical educators. Medical Science. 2014;2(1):77-79. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

44.                        

Frugal innovations: The future of affordable health care. Asian Journal of pharmaceutical research and health care. 2014;6(2):1-2. (Indexed in Index Copernicus, Scopus, Indmed, Thomson Reuters)

45.                        

ICMR: Leading the nation with low-cost innovations. Journal of comprehensive health. 2014;2(2)83-6. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

46.                        

Antimicrobial Stewardship: An Indian Perspective. Online journal of Health and Allied Sciences. 2014;13(2):12. (Indexed in Scopus)

47.                        

 Quaternary prevention: Preventing overmedicalization. Journal of Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences. 2014;3(3):216-7. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

48.                        

Coping with obesity: Targeting the triple B’s. Journal of Obesity and Metabolic Research. 2014;1(3):193-194.

49.                        

Euthanasia: Right to Die with Dignity. Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care. 2014;3(4):477-478. (Indexed in Index Copernicus and Pubmed Central)

50.                        

Surrogacy in India: A lifeline or livelihood. Journal of Medical Society. 2014;28(3):200. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

51.                        

The need to create awareness about autism. International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics. 2014;1(1):63-64.

52.                        

Mercury free healthcare by 2020: Time for action. Online Journal of Health and Allied Sciences. 2014;12(4):16. (Indexed in Scopus)

53.                        

Prevention of healthcare-associated infections: protecting patients, saving lives. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. 2014;1(1):67-68. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

54.                        

Prevalence of reproductive tract infections among rural married women in Tamil Nadu, India: A community based study. Journal of Pioneering Medical Sciences. 2014;4(1):18-24. (Indexed in Scopus)

55.                        

A cross-sectional study to assess knowledge and attitudes related to Basic Life Support among undergraduate medical students in Tamil Nadu, India. Progress in Health Sciences. 2014; 4(1): 47-52. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

56.                        

Assessment of Body mass index and its associated nutritional factors among undergraduate medical students in Tamil Nadu, India: A cross-sectional study. Journal of Pioneering Medical Sciences. 2014; 4(3): 137-142. (Indexed in Scopus)

57.                        

Tobacco usage among males in rural Tamil Nadu, India: A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Medical Students. 2014;2(1):15-18. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

58.                        

Knowledge, attitude and practices on anto-tobacco measures imposed under the Cigarette and other tobacco products act among adult males in rural areas of Tamil Nadu. Healthcare in Low Resource Settings. 2014;2: 1883.

59.                        

Bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation: Equipping communities to save lives. Progress in Health Sciences. 2014;4(2):190-194. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

60.                        

Desmotology: A black hole in health care. Iranian Journal of Public Health. 2014;43(3):383-384. (Indexed in Pubmed)

61.                        

Deadly combo of HIV and Mental ill-health. International Medical Journal of Sifa University. 2014;1(3):46-7. (Now Sifa Medical Journal)

62.                        

 Surrogacy in India: From Taboo to common practice. Reviews in Health care. 2014;5(3):107-8. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

63.                        

Tele-health: Revolutionizing Health care for Rural India. Turkish Journal of Family Medicine & Primary Care. 2014;8(4):108-110. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

64.                        

Rabies in India: A Relook at the Neglected Rampant Disease. The Journal of Neurobehavioral Sciences. 2014;1(3):88-91.

65.                        

Selenium on Human Health: Decoding the Myth. Journal of Food and Nutritional Disorders. 2014;3:6. (Indexed in Index Copernicus).

66.                        

Global eradication of guinea worm disease: Toward a newer milestone. Journal of Research in Medical Sciences. 2014;19(12):1207-1208. (Indexed in Index Copernicus, Pubmed and Scopus)

67.                        

MERS-CoV: An emerging public health threat. Bali Medical Journal. 2014;3(1):1-2. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

68.                        

Small bite, Big threat: The burden of vector-borne diseases. Iranian Journal of Public Health. 2014;43(7):1014-1015.  (Indexed in Pubmed)

69.                        

Probiotics as dietary supplements in maintaining health. Journal of Food and Nutritional Disorders. 2014;S1. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

70.                        

It’s time to stop female genital mutilation. Journal of Women’s Health, Issues & Care. 2014;3:3. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

71.                        

Ebola Outbreak 2014: Measures for Prevention and Control. Iranian Journal of Public Health. 2014;43(12):1714-1715. (Indexed in Pubmed)

72.                        

Kala-azar elimination efforts in India: A chronicle and challenges. Healthline. 2015; 6(1): 63-65. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

73.                        

Chronic kidney disease: The emerging challenge and the way forward. Al Ameen J Med Sci. 2015; 8(3): 239-241 (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

74.                        

Waist circumference: A key tool for action against central obesity. Journal of Comprehensive Health. 2015;3(1):93-96. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

75.                        

Mosquito menace: A Major Threat in Modern Era. Medical Journal of Dr.D.Y. Patil University.2015; 8(3): 414. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

76.                        

Recurring tragedy of road traffic accidents in India: Challenges and opportunities. Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine. 2015;19(7):434-435. (Indexed in Index Copernicus and Pubmed)

77.                        

Averting drug diversion in healthcare settings. Al-Ameen Journal of Medical Sciences. 2015;8(1):86-87.

78.                        

National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme: Current Updates. Journal of Comprehensive Health. 2015;3(1):9-16. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

79.                        

Bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation in out of hospital cardiac arrest: need of the hour. African Health Sciences. 2015;15(1):307-309. (Indexed in Pubmed & Scopus)

80.                        

Road map to organ donation in Tamil Nadu: An excellent model for India. International Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2015;6(1):21. (Indexed in Pubmed, Scopus, Index Copernicus)

81.                        

Growing concern about maternal mental health disorders. Clinical Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine.

82.                        

West Africa Ebola outbreak 2014: the world’s largest Ebola outbreak so far. Menoufia Medical Journal. 2015;28(3):789-790.

83.                        

Evolution of electronic gadgets and emergence of high-tech diseases. Digital Medicine. 2015; 1:49-50

84.                        

Perceptions and practices related to organ donation among a rural population of Kancheepuram district, Tamil Nadu, India. Journal of Comprehensive health. 2016; 4(1): 72-84. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

85.                        

Substandard, spurious, falsely-labelled, falsified and counterfeit (SSFFC) drugs: Time to take a bitter pill. Journal of Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University. 2016, 5(4): 122-124 (Indexed in Scopus, Index Copernicus)

86.                        

Air pollution: The biggest environmental health risk. International Journal of Advanced Education and Research. 2016;1(1):16-17. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

87.                        

Safe management of health-care wastes: An uncared area in health system. The Journal of Community Health Management. 2016;3(1):1-2. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

88.                        

Disaster-resilient hospitals: The Noah’s Ark. Public Health of Indonesia. 2016, 2(4): 172-176.

89.                        

Personalized medicine: A paradigm shift towards promising health care. Journal of Pharmacy & BioAllied Sciences. 2016;8(1):77-78.

90.                        

Adolescent hypertension: A challenge for the future. Bangladesh J of Medical Sciences. 2016;15(1):5-9.

91.                        

Assessment of environment friendly behaviour among medical students in Tamil Nadu- A cross-sectional study. Perspectives in Medical Research. 2017; 5(3): 10-15. (Indexed in Index Copernicus & Index Medicus)

92.                        

Household food safety practices in a rural area of Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu- A cross-sectional study. Journal of Comprehensive Health. 2017; 5(2): 53-58. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

93.                        

E-pharmacies in India: Empowerment or an Emerging conundrum? Online Journal of Health and Allied Sciences. 2017; 16(1):14 (Indexed in Scopus)

94.                        

India- An Emerging Epicentre of Medical Tourism. Journal of Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University. 2017; 6(2): 135-136. (Indexed in Index Copernicus and Scopus)

95.                        

Prophylactic mastectomy: A boon or bane? Journal of Comprehensive Health. 2017; 5(1):34-51. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

96.                        

Endocrine disrupting chemicals: A challenge to child health. The Journal of Paediatric Research. 2017; 4(1): 39-41. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

97.                        

Controlled temperature chain: Reaching the unreached in resource-limited settings. Bangladesh Journal of Medical Sciences. 2017; 16(3): 477-479. (Indexed in Scopus)

98.                        

Mass gatherings: Public health implications and opportunities. Public Health of Indonesia. 2017; 3(1): 4-6.

99.                        

Social prescribing for healthy ageing: Sustaining social capital in India. Family Medicine and Community Health. 2017 (Indexed in Scopus)

100.                  

Viral hepatitis: an unsung killer disease. Menoufia Medical Journal. 2017; 30: 330-331.

101.                  

Nutritional psychiatry: An evolving concept. Journal of Research in Medical Sciences. 2017; 22:88. (Indexed in Scopus and Pubmed)

102.                  

Elimination of maternal and neonatal tetanus in India: A triumph tale. International Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2017; 8:15 (Indexed in Pubmed)

103.                  

Preconception care: A pragmatic approach for planned pregnancy. Journal of Research in Medical Sciences. 2017; 22:26 (Indexed in Pubmed, Scopus)

104.                  

The association between internet addiction, social phobia and depression in medical college students. International Journal Of Community Medicine And Public Health 2018; 5(10):4351-4356 (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

105.                  

Defensive Medicine: Breaking the code of Hippocratic oath. MRIMS Journal of Health Sciences. 2018; 6(3): 110-111. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

106.                  

Food safety profile of street food vending units in Chennai: A cross-sectional study. Journal of Comprehensive Health. 2019; 7(1):2-9. (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

107.                  

Occupational health assessment of teachers in selected schools in Vellore district, Tamil Nadu: Role of workplace environment in health. Al Ameen Journal of Medical Sciences. 2019; 12(3):139-144 (Indexed in Index Copernicus)

108.                  

Perceptions and practices related to mosquito-borne diseases among school students in Kancheepuram district. MRIMS Journal of Health Sciences. 2019; 7(4): 96-101

109.                  

Profile of selected lifestyle disease risk factors among adolescent school students in an industrial area of Vellore district. Journal of Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University. 2019; 8(4): 76-88

110.                  

Knowledge and practice of Biomedical Waste (BMW) Management among the medical practitioners of Kanchipuram Town, India

111.                  

Prevalence of hearing impairment in school children (aged 8-14 years)

in the villages of Vadamavanthal, Tamil Nadu, India

112.                  

 Status of safe drinking water in the rural areas of a health unit district, Tamil Nadu, India

113.                  

The factors associated with hearing impairment in school children

114.                  

Status of Sanitation in the Rural Areas of a Health Unit District,Tamil Nadu, India

115.                  

 A Case Study on Rhinosporodiosis: The Nasal Strawberry

116.                  

Impact of Health Education on Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of sanitary latrine among rural population of Kanchipuram district.

117.                  

Prevalence of internet usage among selected professional college students in Puducherry. Nat J Res Community Med 2019;8(1): 15-19.

118.                  

Assessment of physical activity level among obese and non-obese individuals using global physical activity questionnaire. Int J Community Med Public Health 2017;4:3786-92.

119.                  

Prevalence of obesity in rural and urban areas of Puducherry and comparison of its correlates and comorbidities among obese and non-obese individuals. Int J Health Sci Res. 2017; 7(11):1-8.

120.                  

Factors influencing weekly IFA supplementation programme among school children: where to focus our attention?

121.                  

A study of menstrual hygiene and related personal hygiene practices among adolescent girls in rural Puducherry. Int J Community Med Public Health 2017;4:2348-55.

122.                  

An Epidemiological Investigation of Acute Diarrhoeal Disease Outbreak in Sojitra Village of Anand District by Rapid Response Team of B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad

123.                  

Study the foot care practice among diabetic patients in Ahmedabad city, Gujarat

124.                  

Process evaluation of mission Indradhanush immunization program in urban and rural communities of Ahmedabad district of Gujarat

125.                  

A Community based study on medication adherence and its determinants among people with Non communicable diseases in Ahmedabad

126.                  

Meta-analysis: An effective analytical tool to interpret multiple original research studies addressing the same research question, Indian Journal of Medical Specialties; 2012: 4 – 1

127.                  

A Cross-sectional Descriptive Study to Estimate the Prevalence of Early Initiation and exclusive Breast Feeding in the Rural Health Training Centre of a Medical College in Tamil Nadu, Southern India. Journal of Clinical& Diagnostic Research; 2012 Vol 6(9).1514-18

128.                  

Reliability & validity of the Tamil version of modified dental anxiety scale. Journal of Oral Sciences; 2012 vol 54 no – 4 :313-320.

129.                  

Study of changes in knowledge of primary health care in the Community Medicine posting among interns in the medical college in Kancheepuram district of Tamil Nadu, JKIMSU; Vol 2(2) July – Dec 2013

130.                  

Association of high peripheral neutrophil count in healthy young smokers with impaired pulmonary function test. Scholars jr of applied medical sciences; 2013; 1(4):245-248

131.                  

A study to assess awareness regarding Diabetes Mellitus and factors affecting it, in a tertiary care hospital in Kancheepurum District.

132.                  

A population based case control study on breast cancer and associated risk factors in rural setting in Kerala, south India. JCDR; 2013; vol 7(9): 1913 – 1916.

133.                  

A Prospective study of the pattern of drug use in primary dysmenorrheal in a tertiary care hospital. International journal of research in pharmacology & Pharmacotherapeutics; vol 3(1): Jan – Mar 2014

134.                  

A cross sectional study on handling of hospital waste among health care providers at primary and tertiary levels of health care in Tamilnadu, Indian Journal of Research; Vol 4(4), Apr 2015:4-6

135.                  

To compare the difference in knowledge regarding various aspects of antenatal care and infant care among rural and urban beneficiaries in Kanchipuram district of tamilnadu. IJMCH,2015

136.                  

Is hand hygiene given appropriate in tertiary care centres? GJRA, Apr 2015, vol 4 (4): 4

137.                  

A study of over the counter drug usage among patients attending a medical college hospital. Medico legal update.2016,16(2):55

138.                  

Regression technique: model to predict causal relationship between variables. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. 2016 Aug;3(8):1981-1985

139.                  

A study on morbidity status of geriatric population in the field practice area of KarpagaVinayaga Institute of Medical Sciences, Tamilnadu, India”, IJCMPH. 2016 Sep; 3(9): 2575-2578

140.                  

Psoriasis and metabolic syndrome: hospital based cross sectional study of prevalence and correlation in a rural south Indian population. Int J Res Dermatol. 2016 Sep;2(3):49-54

141.                  

Imputation technique: replacing missing values in longitudinal data. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. 2016 Oct; 3(10)

142.                  

Nails – a window to internal organs: a cross sectional study of nail changes in systemic diseases in a tertiary care hospital.Indian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, 2017; 3(1): 3-8

143.                  

Reliability of Sternal length and sterna index in sex determination. J Indian Acad Forensic Med. April – June 2018, Vol. 40 (2):160-164

144.                  

Impact of health education on Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Sanitary latrine among rural population of Kanchipuram District. NJRCM, Aug 2018, vol 7 sup issue 1: 23-26

145.                  

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on Domestic Usage of Plastics in a Rural Area of Kancheepuram District. NJRCM, Aug 2018, vol 7 sup issue 1: 27-31

146.                  

Assessment of knowledge and perception towards generic medicines among undergraduate medical students in a tertiary care hospital. WJPPS, Aug 2018, vol 7 (10): 1329-1337

147.                  

Comparison of perceived stress among medical and engineering students of Karpaga Vinayaga Educational Group, Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health, 2018 Jan;5(1):302-307

148.                  

A study of mobile phone usage on sleep disturbance, stress and academic performance among medical students in Tamil Nadu, IJCMPH, 2018 Jan;5(1):365-368

149.                  

A cross sectional study on needle stick and sharp injuries among health care providers in tertiary centers, Tamil Nadu, IJCMPH, 2018

150.                  

A study on personal protective equipment use among health care providers Tamil Nadu, IJCMPH, 2018

151.                  

Community Based descriptive study on assessment of nutritional status among pre school children Pullipakkam village Tamil Nadu, IJCMPH, 2018

  1. Research Lab-
  2. Public Health Laboratory
  3. Laboratory with Preparation room
  4. Museum
  5. Epidemiology Unit/ Community OPD
  6. Rural and Urban health Centre for Community oriented teaching



Sl. No

Name of the Event

Date when organized

Total number of participants

1

Symposium on CORONA virus

14-2-2020

110

2

World Health Day

(“High Blood Pressure”)

(CME)

 

 

7.4.2013

70

5

World Health Day

(“Small Bite Big Threat”)

(CME)

 

7.4.2014

 

105

9

Workshop on Research Methodology

 

 

21.7.2016-23.7.2016

 

54

10

World Health Day on (“Depression-Let’s Talk”

(CME & Quiz)

 

7.4.2017

 

230

11

Workshop on Research Methodology

 

16.9.2017&

17.9.2017

 

21

12

World Health Day

(“Universal Health Coverage: Everyone, Everywhere , Everyday”)

(CME)

 

7.4.2018

 

120

13

World Health Day on (“Universal Health Coverage: Everyone, Everywhere”)

(CME & Quiz)

 

29.04.2019

 

130

14

Workshop of designs of experiments in clinical research

 

14/9/18 &

 15/9/18

 

40

15

Research methodology workshop for dental CRRIs

 

30/10/18

28

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Student

PG Guide

Duration

Year of dissertation acceptance

Year of Course completion

1

Dr. Gopinath

Dr. Roseline Fatima William

2016-2019

2019

2019

Undergraduates: 

Year

No. of students appeared

No. of students passed

Pass %age

Feb-2014-15

87

83

95.4%

Aug- 2014-15

24

16

66.6%

Feb 2015-16

100

98

98%

Aug 2015-16

6

5

83.3%

Feb 2016-17

98

93

94.9%

Aug 2016-17

9

7

77.7%

Feb 2017-18

101

99

98%

Feb 2018-19

100

94

94%

Aug 2018-19

7

6

85.7%

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