Proposed for accredited with NBEMS
|DNB Fam. Med. (NBEMS)
The objective of the DNB in Family Medicine is to produce multi-competent clinicians. They will be equipped to practice patient-centered medicine and provide initial, continuous, comprehensive, and coordinated care for people in the context of their family and community, based in community health center.
It is a three-year full-time residential course. The program will cover training in the principles of Family Medicine, managements of common illnesses and practical skills learned the departments of medicine, pediatrics, surgery, orthopedics, obstetrics, gynecology, ENT, ophthalmology, dermatology, physical medicine & rehabilitation, mental health, and emergency medicine Etc. These are skills required to practice at a community health center. The training will also make the resident familiar with the concepts of Community Oriented Primary Care.
1. Candidates should have successfully completed MBBS, recognized by MCI and completed one year of Internship.
2. Candidates interested in PG Courses should have appeared in the NEET exam of NBE, conducted recently.
At the end of the three-year DNB in Family Medicine, the resident should be able to:
Broad Objectives :
The Broad Objectives of the course will be to equip the student to address the health needs of individual patients as well as the community at the level of Community Health Centre. The resident must be able to work and make decisions independently. A graduate of the course should perform the following functions, with a high level of integrity, commitment, and competency;
Seniour Consultant Family medicine
Senour Consultant General Surgery
Juniour Consultant General Medicine
Juniour Consultant O & G
Senoiur Resident Paediatrics