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Amala Institute of Medical Sciences

(NABH Accredited and ISO 9001 2015 Certified)

Amala Nagar PO, Thrissur, Kerala, INDIA - 680555

COMMUNITY MEDICINE

Department started functioning since 2nd September 2003. At present, the staff position is - One Professor, One Associate Professor, Five Assistant Professors including one epidemiologist, One each of Lecturer in Statistics, Statistician, Medical Officer in charge of UHC, Lady Medical Officer in charge of RHC, Technical Assistant, Health Educator, Two Public Health Nurses, One Medico-social Worker, Three Health Inspectors including one Lady Health Inspector, Two Lab Technicians and Three Attenders. The Department is running a Rural Health Training Centre, at Kallur, an Urban Training Centre (UHC) at Patturaikkal and "ARCH" (Amala Rural Community Health) Clinic inside Amala Hospital for the residents of nearby adopted panchayaths.

ARCH Clinic Timings

8 AM to 4 PM. The department organises free medical camps in various parts of Thrissur, Malappuram and Palakkad Districts, wherein specialists examine patients and provide appropriate treatment.

Activities

» Under Graduate Training:

The training of the undergraduate commences from the 1st Semester onwards and comes to a close at the end of the 7th Semester. The course content includes Theory Classes, Discussions, Seminars, Research Projects, Clinico-Social Case Study, Health Education Talks, Laboratory and Field work as well as Family Health Surveys, Nutritional Assessment Surveys including Diet Surveys, Training in Entomology, Parasitology, Statistics and Epidemiological Exercises. They also visit public health institutions such as office of the District Medical Officer, District TB Centre (DTC), Employee's State Insurance Hospital, Leprosy Rehabilitation centre, Peripheral Health Institutions such as Community Health Centers (CHC), Primary Health Centre (PHC), Anganwadis and Sub-Centers. They also visit Water Purification Plant, Cotton Mill, Solid Waste Management System, Sewage Treatment Plant and Biomedical Waste Management Plants. The Compulsory Rotating Residential Internship is of two months' duration which includes postings at Rural Health Centre, Urban Health Centre, ARCH Clinic and peripheral hospitals. The accent will be on training them in primary health care to enable them for delivery of basic health care.

» Post graduate Training:

Commenced in the year 2010 with an annual intake of 3 students for MD Community Medicine. Training includes imparting expertise in the following areas - To prepare Community Physicians of highest caliber who have basic understanding of clinical practice, a thorough knowledge of epidemiological principles and methods and the epidemiology of communicable and non-communicable diseases, a familiarity with statistical methods, the relevant aspects of the social sciences and the principles of administration and management and the ability to apply this knowledge to the management of health services and the study of diseases.

» Urban Health Training Centre (UHC) - Patturaikkal:

The service area of UHC Patturaikkal comprises of 8 wards of Thrissur Municipal Corporation catering to more than 50,000 population. The service of a senior Medical Officer is available at the centre. A baseline socio-demographic survey of the area was done and a report was compiled which contained all relevant demographic and socio-economic data of the area and is being updated at regular intervals. The average OP attendance is about 30-40 per day. The patients are given free medical care including basic drugs. Laboratory services are provided at subsidized rates. Special clinics are conducted frequently like diabetes screening, bone density determination, alzheimers detection, etc.

» Rural Health Training Centre - Kallur:

This centre started in September 2008 is about 21 km from the college. This centre catering to a rural population of more than 30,000, is a 10-bed hospital with daily average of 60 to 100 OP attendance.

Other Services

Department organizes free medical camps in various parts of Thrissur, Malappuram and Palakkad Districts, wherein specialists examine patients and provide appropriate treatment. The average attendance in these camps is in the range of 300-400. The department is regularly conducting Health Education sessions in schools, "Mahilasamajams" and also for other local organizations. During the outbreak of Chickungunya in 2007, our team rendered medical care in the affected areas of Kottayam District. The health care of SOS Village of Mulayam located 20 km from AIMS, where orphans and widows are sheltered and cared for, is being looked after by our department. We have trained the foster mothers and school teachers in primary health care including ophthalmic screening. During the last monsoon season, we also organized Health Education programme at Kadappuram Panchayat near Chavakkad, which is a backward area inhabited mainly by fishermen community. An extensive campaign was initiated against the habit of Pan Parag chewing among school children in 2006. We also extend support to various NGOs for the conduct of medical camps, cancer screening camps, blood donation camps, health education sessions, etc.

In 2012, ARCH Programme was proposed to expose the students to the harsh ground level realities in various spheres of human existence, be it social, economic, environmental or health related and equip them to deal with these problems in a comprehensive manner. In support of this programme, an ARCH Clinic has been started in the out-patient department of Amala Hospital which functions from 8 AM to 4 PM. Services offered includes basic medical care to people from the field area with free essential medicines and referral services. A RNTCP DOTS centre and designated microscopy centre with a MO, lab technician and a TB health visitor is also functional in same OP complex. In addition, an Integrated Counselling and Testing Centre under the auspices of Kerala State Aids Control Society through which HIV AIDS detection and counseling services are provided free of charge. A Staff & Students clinic functioning under the department extends medical care to staff and students and also undertakes preplacement and periodic examination of staff members as required. Special emphasis is placed on screening of food handlers of the various food establishments on the campus including those of the student hostels.

The department is also conducting an annual State Level Quiz in Community Medicine for under-graduate students of all the medical colleges in Kerala.


Faculty Details

NameDesignationPG Qualification
and Year
Post PG
Teaching Experience
Date of Birth 
Dr. C R Saju Professor & HODMD Community Medicine, 199712 year23-10-1962Profile
Dr. John George TProfessorMD Community Medicine, 199111 year22-08-1954Profile
Dr. V.T.Krishna Das MenonAssociate ProfessorMD Community Medicine, 20025 year11-03-1965Profile
Dr. Sruthi M VAssistant ProfessorMD Community Medicine, 201604.11.1986Profile
Dr. Jose VincentAssistant ProfessorMD Community Medicine, 201814.05.1988Profile
Dr. Sandra PaulsonAssistant ProfessorMD Community Medicine, 201906.09.1988Profile
Ms. Jini M.P.LecturerM.Sc.20078 year 6months31-05-1983Profile
Dr. Jerry Rachel JohnTutorMBBS--Profile
Dr. Kerline Padathuruthy JeromeTutorMBBS--Profile
Dr. Soorya STutorMBBS--Profile
Dr. Anna Susan PaulTutorMBBS--Profile
Dr. Dalia D.S.TutorMBBS--Profile
Dr. Anitha WilsonTutorMBBS--Profile
Dr. Nithya M CTutorMBBS--Profile
Dr. Meera VarghesesTutorMBBS--Profile
Dr. Teenu SRTutorMBBS--Profile

Dr. Saju C R

Project works associated : (1) Nodal Officer for AMALA-UNICEF Project on "Facts for Life" (2011-2012). (2) "Evaluation of Pulse Polio Program" conducted by IndiaCLEN (Indian Clinical Epidemiology Network a branch of International Clinical Epidemiology Network) in 1999 and 2000. (3) "Evaluation of Family Health Awareness Campaign" conducted by IndiaCLEN. (4) Project coordinator, WHO project on Hospital Waste Management at the Institute of Maternal and Child Health, Calicut Medical College, India. (5) AMALA-UNICEF Project on Timely Achievement of Targets Related to MDGs (2010). (6) AMALA-UNICEF Project on HIV/AIDS Awareness among adolescents (2010). (7) AMALA-UNICEF Project on Dissemination of SOWC Information (2009).

Topic presentations: 1) "Epidemiology of Malaria" at Indian Medical Association conference. 2) "Epidemiology of Rabies" at Indian Medical Association conference. 3) "Epidemiology of AIDS" at CME of Dental surgeons, King Khalid Hospital Hail.4) "Prevention of deliberate epidemics" at symposium on Medical Counter-measures against weapons of mass destruction. King Khalid Hospital Hail.

Paper presentation: "Auto transfusion" at conference of International College of Surgeons, South India chapter.

Articles Published: (1) Functional Analysis of Nurses in a Teaching Hospital - Amala Research Bulletin 2010.(2) Climate change and Health (Bulletin of IPHA). (3) Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in health (Bulletin of IPHA).


Training Courses:

1) "Epidemiological methods" - Vellore Medical College, Tamil Nadu, India.
2) "Sterilization and Infection prevention" course conducted by Sterilization and infection prevention unit of Mecca Al Mokaramah region.

Memberships

1) State General Secretary of Indian Public Health Association, Kerala Chapter
2) State Working Committee member of IMA, Kerala
3) Member of National Academy of Public Health
4) Travancore - Cochin Medical council India
5) Saudi Council for Medical Specialities

Dr. John George T

Qualification: MBBS from TD Medical College, Alappuzha in 1981. DPH from Trivandrum Medical College in 1988. MD (Community Medicine) from Trivandrum Medical College in 1991.

Experience: Joined Amala Institute of Medical Sciences as Assistant Professor in 2005.Promoted as Associate Professor in 2010

Dr. I D Charudathan

Registrations

Travancore - Cochin Medical Council, India

Dr. Krishnadas Menon

Trainings

Participated in a management training conducted jointly by WHO and Centre for Disease Control Atlanta
Participated in a Rapid Response Team training in response to epidemics and pandemics conducted by WHO and Govt. of India
Imparted training to hundreds of health staff regarding vaccination for pulse polio program
Imparted training to doctors regarding pulse polio program
Conducted workshops for AFP surveillance among health staff, doctors both Government and Private

Dr. Vivin Vincent

Project works associated

1) Senior Field Investigator for the study - In-depth analysis of Cold Chain, Vaccine Supply And Logistics Management or Routine Immunization In Three Indian States: an IPEN study supported by INCLEN TRUST, BILL & MELINDA GATES foundation and Dept of Kerala Health Services
2) Regional PEID Cell Coordinator for Evaluation of Mass Drug Administration in Kerala in 2012 & 2013
3) AMALA-UNICEF Project on Behaviour Change Communication in Post Natal mothers 2012

Training courses

1) Certificate in Basic Course in Medical Education Technologies (Teachers' Training) from MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDA - Regional Centre, Government Medical College, Kozhikode
2) Training course on basic health economics and financing held at NIHFW, New Delhi, 2009
3) IDSP Training Program, 2013

CME / Conferences attended

1) International conference on health systems strengthening, 2010
2) 23rd Annual conference of Karnataka association of community health, 2011
3) 30th National Conference of IAPSM, 2011
4) 21st National Conference of Indian Society of Hypertension
5) Mid-term CME of Indian Psychiatric Society
6) RNTCP Zonal task force workshop, 2013 / 2012
7) Special National Course on health promotion, BITS Pilani, 2010
8) Workshop on Hospital acquired infection control, 2010
9) RNTCP state task force, 2012
10) Research methodology workshop, Chidambaram, 2009
11) State level planning workshop on intensified pulse polio immunization program, Trivandrum, 2013

Academic programs organized

- Research Methodology Workshop, Amala Medical College, Thrissur
- Inter-Collegiate Quiz Competition 2013, Amala Medical College, Thrissur
- ICTC Sensitization Programme, AMALA Institute of Medical Sciences, 2013

Paper Presentations

1) Study on old age problem in urban area of Chidambaram
2) First aid and basic life support, 2012

Positions Holding

1) Nodal Officer for RNTCP, DOTS Centre, Amala Medical College
2) ICTC Co-ordinator, ICTC Centre, Amala Medical College
3) Member of District TB Forum, Thrissur District

Registrations

1) Travancore - Cochin Medical Council, India
2) Tamil Nadu Medical Council

Dr. Jaya K V

Academic programs organized

- Research Methodology Workshop, 2012 Govt Medical College, Thrissur
- Inter-collegiate Quiz Compettion 2013, Amala Medical College, Thrissur
- ICTC Sensitization Programme, AMALA Institute of Medical Sciences, 2013

Project works associated

In-depth analysis of Cold Chain, Vaccine Supply And Logistics Management or Routine Immunization in three Indian States: an IPEN study supported by INCLEN TRUST, BILL & MELINDA GATES foundation and Dept of Kerala Health Services

CME / Workshops / Conferences Attended

- 9th MDRF-UAB International Seminar on Prevention & Control of Non-Communicable Disease - Conducted by Madras Diabetic Research Foundation, Chennai and University of Alabama Birmingham, USA, supported by National Institute of Health USA, 2011 in Chennai.
- International Conference on Health and Development: Issues, Strategies & Option, Department of Applied Economics, School of Development Study, Kannur University, 2008.
- Short course on Fundamentals of Biostatistics & SPSS, CMC Vellore, 2008
- National Seminar On 21st Century Medical Education in India, Kanyakumari, 2008
- National Conference of IPHA, KIMS, Bangalore, 2009
- 56th Annual National Conference of IPHA, Kochi, 2012

  • Workshop on developing guidelines for Intra-Dermal Rabies Vaccination in Kerala, Trivandrum, 2008
  • RNTCP Training Program, Institute of Chest Disease, Govt Medical College, Kozhikode, 2008
  • CME on HIV/AIDS by KSACS, Kozhikode, 2008
  • Annual Conference and CME on Tuberculosis, Kozhikode ,2008
  • Workshop on Research Methology in Health Sciences, Health Action By People, PSBH, Trivandrum ,2008
  • CME on IDRV kerala , Dept of Community Medicine, Govt Medical College, Kozhikkode, 2009
  • Workshop on the use of Zinc & Low Osmolar ORS in the Management of Diarrhioea, Govt Medical College Kozhikode, supported by UNICEF, 2009
  • Workshop on Facts for Life, UNICEF India & Dept of Community Medicine, Govt Medical College, Kozhikode, 2011
  • CME on Current Trends in the Pharmacotherapy of Life Style Disorders, Kozhikode, 2011
  • Workshop on Research Methodology, Govt Medical College, Thrissur, 2012
  • CME on International Classification of Disease, ICD-10, by DHS Kerala, Trivandrum, 2012
  • Research Methodolgy Workshop, Dept of Community Medicine, Amala Medical Collge, 2013
  • IDRV & RIG sensitization- Dept of Community Medicine, Govt Medical College, Kozhikkode
  • Workhop on Solid Waste Management organized by Ministry of Environment & Forest and Dept of Community Medicine, Kozhikode as a part of National Environment Awareness Program, 2010
  • CME on MDR & XDR TB, Department of Chest, Govt Medical College, Kozhikode
  • AEFI workshop - Department of Pedeatrics, Govt Medical College, Kozhikode
  • World Health Day 2010, Urbanization & Health - IMA, Kozhikode
  • Pulse Polio Sensitization programme - Kozhikode & Thrissur
  • IDSP training, 2013, Thrissur

Participated Activities

1) COPCORD - WHO study on Rheumatoskeletomuscular Disorders, Kozhikode
2) Migrant Workers Project, Govt Medical College, Kozhikode
3) Screening for Food Handlers
4) Outbreak Investigations - Meningitis (Malappuram) - Hepatitis A among hostel students, Kozhikode - Mumps in school (Kozhikkode)
5) Study of Iodine Content in Salts used in Medical Colleges of India by AIIMS, Delhi
6) Endosulfan study done by Department of Community Medicine, Govt. Medical College, Kozhikode
7) Malaria FIR & Malaria case management - Govt Medical College, Kozhikode & Thrissur
8) HINI Survellance & Management - Govt Medical College , Kozhikode
9) Assists in Thesis & other research activities of Post Graduates
10) MDA evaluation, 2008, 2009
11) Involved In Health surveillance System - IDSP, PEID Cell

Case investigation

- Team member of different epidemic investigation (Rabies death)

Training courses

Certificate in Basic Course in Medical Education Technologies (Teachers' Training) from MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA - Regional Center, Govt Medical College, Kozhikode

Publications

  • Dhia Joseph Chackalackal, Ahmed Asa’Ad Al-Aghbari, Su Yeon Jang, Tatiana Rivera Ramirez, Jose Vincent, Anand Joshi, Megha Raj Banjara, & Axel Kroege. The Covid-19 pandemic in low- and middle-income countries, who carries the burden? Review of mass media and publications from six countries. Pathogens and Global Health March 2021. 115(3):1-10 https://doi.org/10.1080/20477724.2021.1878446.
  • Swetha Luke, Jose Vincent. Awareness and utilization of health insurance among patients of a tertiary care centre in South India. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2020 Oct;7(10):xxx-xxx
  • Dalia D S , Jose Vincent, C R Saju. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Diabetic Patients about Their Foot Care in Rural Thrissur, Kerala. Journal of Medical Care Research and Review 3 (6), 374−378 (2020)
  • C. R. Saju, Jose Vincent, Vidhu M. Joshy. A study on the awareness and practice of medical education technologies among medical college teachers, Int J Res Med Sci. 2020 Jan;8(1):330-336
  • Joy V., Vincent J. The prevalence of physical activity among MBBS students in a medical college in Kerala Public Health Review – International Journal of Public Health Research2020 Volume 7 Number 4 July-August
  • Babita Susan Kuruvilla, Saju C.R, Jenyz M Mundodan. A Comparative Study on Complementary Feeding Practices among Mothers in Urban and Rural Areas in Trichur District, Kerala. National Journal of Community Medicine,Volume 11, Issue 7,July 2020
  • Anna Susan Paul, Jose Vincent, CR Saju, M Mohamed Rafi .A Study on Larval Indices of Aedes and Risk for Dengue Outbreak in a Rural Area of Thrissur District, Kerala. Journal of Communicable Diseases, Volume 52, Issue 1 - 2020, Pg. No. 1-6
  • John George, Sandra Paulson. Current states of COVID-19 pandemic- global and Indian scenario- International Journal of Innovative Medicine and Health Sciences 2020. Vol 12. Pages 41-45
  • Jerry Rachel, Catherine Nisha. Birth preparedness and complication readiness among antenatal women in a Tribal area of a central district, Kerala. Global Journal of Medical research:E 2020:20 (2):7-13
  • John George T, Tessa Jose, Jerry Rachel John, et al. A Cross-sectional study on the assessment of empathy among MBBS students in a medical college in Kerala. Indian J Prev Med. 2020;8(1): 15-19
  • Aswin M, Catherin N, Rachel J, Vaz C. Trend analysis of cancers from a hospital-based cancer registry in Kerala, India. Ind J Commun Dis 2020;5:11-5
  • Dental caries and dietary habits among undergraduate medicalstudents from palakkad district, kerala.Harishharidas, K S Premlal, Sruthi M V International Journal of Scientific research 2020 may; vol 9(5): 1-3
  • Baby M, Sruthi MV. The burden of caesarean section and its determinants from a tertiary care hospital, Thrissur, Kerala, India. Int ReprodContraceptObstetGynecol 2020;9:216-20
  • Harish Haridas , K S Premlal , Sruthi M V, A Study on Dental Caries and Risk Factors for Non Communicable Diseases among Undergraduate Medical Students of Palakkad District, Kerala , Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development: Vol. 11 No. 8 (2020)
  • George T, Valsan SM. Clinical and epidemiological profile of patients admitted with dengue fever in a tertiary care hospital, Thrissur, Kerala, India. Int J Community Med Public Health 2020;7:3654-8.
  • Arunima M. Nair, Catherin Nisha. Prevalence of Gastrointestinal Risk Factors among Patients on Analgesics at a Tertiary Care Hospital in Kerala, South India. Int J of Scient Research. April-2019; 8(4): 43-45
  • Johnson A, Valsan SM. Role of sleep on alertness among medical students from a tertiary care hospital, Thrissur district, Kerala: cross-sectional study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019; 6: 2867-70.
  • Shaji G, Navya CJ, Mathu A, Joshy V. A study to assess the knowledge and attitude of adolescents towards obesity in a private school in Thrissur district Kerala, India. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019; 6: 3140-4.
  • Gauri K Kartha, Navya C J, Aswathy M G, Vidhu M Joshy. Body Image Perception among Adolescent students in a private School in Thrissur, Kerala. Public health Rev: Int J Public health Res 2019;6(2):68-75.doi:10.17511/ijphr.2019.i2.04.
  • Maria Mathew, Navya C J & Vidhu M Joshy. Perceived Stress and Coping Strategies among First Year Undergraduate Medical Students: A Cross-Sectional Study,Thrissur District, Kerala. Global Journal of Medical Research: 19 Issue 4, 2019
  • Vaz C, Harikumar A, Mundodan JM, Rafi M, Saju CR. Mosquito density in rural Kerala: a study on the trend of Aedes larval indices over monsoon in a rural area of Thrissur district, India. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:1-5
  • Ashlin Francy, Catherin Nisha, Joe Abraham. Prevalence of Shift Work Disorder among Nurses Working in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Thrissur District, Kerala, India. International Journal of Medical Science and Current Research (IJMSCR) Available online at: www.ijmscr.com Volume2, Issue 4, Page No: 320-325 July-August 2019
  • V. T. Krishnadas Menon, Jerry Rachel, C. R. Saju, M. Mohamed Rafi, Vidhu M. Joshy A study on mosquito density in rural Kerala before and after floods Int J Community Med Public Health. 2019 Feb;6(2):659-663
  • Shajan A, Nisha C. Anxiety and depression among nurses working in a tertiary care hospital in South India. Int J Adv Med 2019;6:1611-5.
  • Dias RA, Mundodan JM, Sruthi MV. A study on self-reported food allergy in young adults from various colleges in Kerala, India. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:4290-2.
  • Saju CR, Catherin Nisha, Jerry Rachel, Kerline Jerome, Subin Koshy, Vidhu J. Assessing risk factors of Non-Communicable Diseases using STEPS Survey in a rural area of Thrissur District, Kerala. Intern Jour of Medi Scien and Curr Resear, July-August 2019 2 (4), 241-47.
  • Geetha K V, Sruthi M V, Catherin Nisha, Vidhu Joshy, Sesil Mariya. Health need assessment in an urban slum area of Thrissur District, Kerala, India; Indian Jour of Appl Resear; November – 2019, 9 (11); 1-3.
  • Johnson A, Valsan SM. Role of sleep on alertness among medical students from a tertiary care hospital, Thrissur district, Kerala: cross-sectional study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:2867-70.
  • Babita Susan Kuruvilla, Saju C.R, Jenyz M Mundodan, Jini M.P.Assessment and comparison of hygiene practices on complementary feeds among mothers in the urban and rural area in Thrissur district, Kerala. Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine, April-June, 2019;6(2):66-69
  • Dias RA, Mundodan JM, Sruthi MV. A study on self-reported food allergy in young adults from various colleges in Kerala, India. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:4290-2.
  • Joe Abraham , John George T , Vidhu M Joshy , Jenyz M Mundodan. A Study on occupational stressors among Civil Police officers of a subdivision of Thrissur district. International Journal of Medical Sciences and Public health 2019. Vol 8:Issue 12, Pages 1-5
  • Femina Jose, Catherin Nisha, Kerline Jerome, Jini Paul. Morbidity Profile among housekeeping workers in tertiary care hospital, South India .International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health: May 2019,volume 6, Issue 5 , Pages 2052-2055.
  • Prevalence of diabetes and obesity among doctors in teachinginstitution of palakkad district, kerala using indian diabetesrisk score and bmi.Sruthi M V, Vinod V S, Ananthakrishna International Journal of Scientific research 2019; vol:8(11) 63-65.
  • Aswathy, M G , Saju, C R, Jenyz M Mundodan. Awareness And Practices Regarding Menarche In Adolescent School Going Girls Of Thrissur Educational District.International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health February 2019 | Vol 6 | Issue 2
  • Mohamed Hasin, C. R. Saju, Jenyz M. Mundodan, M. P. Jini. The styles of mothering and its determinants; a study among mothers of lower primary school children. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health February 2019 | Vol 6 | Issue 2
  • Joe Abraham, C.J. Navya, Vidhu Joshy. Perceived stress and coping strategies among post graduate students of a medical college in Thrissur, Kerala. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health February 2019 | Vol 6 | Issue 2
  • VT Krishnadas Menon. Acute encephalitis syndrome in India: Current status, issues and solutions. Journal of global public health. 2019;1(1);43-46.
  • Jose J, Sruthi MV. Role of physical activity on mental health and academic performance among medical students: a cross-sectional study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:4789-93.
  • Neena Mary, Catherin Nisha, Kerline Jerome, Clint Vaz, Vijayalaxmi Nair: Prevalence of Triple Negative Breast Cancers from Hospital-based Cancer Registry in tertiary care hospital in Kerala ,South India: World Journal of Public Health July-16 2019,Volume 4, Issue 2, Page 43-46
  • Catherin Nisha, Kerline P. J, Aparna Sunil, Jini C. M, C.R Saju. Knowledge, attitude and Practices regarding Family Planning Methods in a Rural area in Thrissur district Kerala,India. European Journal of biomedical and Pharmaceutical sciences: September 4 th 2018,Volume-5, Issue-10, Page 224-227.
  • Jerry Rachel, Catherin Nisha, M.P. Jini, C. R. Saju. Breast feeding and Immunization practices in a rural area of Thrissur district, Kerala. Int. J. Curr. Res.Aca. Rev. 2018; 6(6): 53-57.

    CME / Workshop / Quiz

     CME Theme/Subject Year
    Research methodology workshop Thesis protocol development orientation 2020
    Research Methodology Workshop 2020
    Immunization CME 2020
    Workshop Statistics in practice 2019
    Workshop Under Graduate Medical Research for MBBS students 2019
    Research methodology workshop Thesis protocol development orientation 2019
    AmalaComQuiz Quiz Programme 2018
    Research methodology workshop Thesis protocol development orientation 2018
    Workshop Under Graduate Medical Research 2018
    Symposium Adult Immunization 2018