Technical Experts Invited for KUHS Academic Programs

The Kerala University of Health Sciences (KUHS_ is inviting experts including KUHS affiliated faculty to make significant academic contributions in the following areas, as part of empanelling of experts. Those who have applied for empanelment earlier will have priority. However, they may send their specific areas once again. Those who are interested may send their relevant details (including publications and experience as applicable) through E – mail to  asc@kuhs.ac.in

on or before 9th February 2018, 5 pm .

ACADEMIC STAFF COLLEGE 

  • 1. New horizons in medical education
  • 2. How students learn
  • 3. Non – traditional students and their learning
  • 4. Using new technology and learning
  • 5. Learning more effectively
  • 6. Problem Based Learning
  • 7. The purposes of assessment
  • 8. What you should know about educational measurement
  • 9. Assessment methods
  • 10. Types of assessment
  • 11. Essay
  • 12. Short – answer and simple computation questions
  • 13. Structured tests
  • 14. Objective tests
  • 15. Direct observation
  • 16. Viva voce
  • 17. Structured clinical/practical assessment
  • 18. Self – assessment
  • 19. The learning portfolio
  • 20. Assessing students with a disability
  • 21. Assessing students as groups
  • 22. Using technology in assessment
  • 23. Feedback to students
  • 24. Reporting the results of assessment
  • 25. Curriculum planning and development
  • 26. The undergraduate curriculum and clinical teaching in the early years
  • 27. Postgraduate training
  • 28. Continuing professional development
  • 29. Preparing for general practice
  • 30. The hidden curriculum
  • 31. Lectures
  • 32. Small – group teaching
  • 33. Clinical skills centre teaching
  • 34. Bedside teaching
  • 35. Ambulatory care teaching
  • 36. In the community
  • 37. Rural and remote locations
  • 38. Distance education
  • 39. Peer – assisted learning
  • 40. Mentoring
  • 41. Outcome – based education
  • 42. Independent learning and study skills
  • 43. Problem – based learning
  • 44. Team – based learning
  • 45. Integrated learning
  • 46. Inter professional education
  • 47. Instructional design
  • 48. Simulation-based medical education
  • 49. Simulated/standardized patients
  • 50. Digital medical education
  • 51. Mobile learning (m – learning)
  • 52. Basic principle s in preparing learning and teaching materials
  • 53. Clinical communication
  • 54. Ethics and attitudes
  • 55. Professionalism
  • 56. Evidence-based medicine
  • 57. Concepts in assessment
  • 58. Written assessments
  • 59. Performance and workplace assessment
  • 60. Portfolio assessment
  • 61. Giving feedback
  • 62. Using technology in learning and teaching
  • 63. Evaluating professionalism
  • 64. Medical education leadership
  • 65. Student selection
  • 66. Student support
  • 67. Staff development
  • 68. Academic standards and scholarship
  • 69. Publishing

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

  • 1. Introduction to Research Methodology
  • 2. Introduction to Research Designs
  • 3. Introduction to Bio – Statistics
  • 4. Inferential Statistics – Testing the hypothesis
  • 5. Descriptive Studies
  • 6. Surveillance & Epidemic investigation
  • 7. Questionnaire design
  • 8. Scale development
  • 9. Assessment of Psychometric properties
  • 10. Cohort studies
  • 11. Case control studies
  • 12. Randomised Controlled Trial
  • 13. Evaluation of screening /diagnostic test
  • 14. Qualitative Research (QR)
  • 15. Qualitative Data collection techniques
  • 16. Analysis and interpretation of qualitative data
  • 17. Ethics in Bio Medical Research
  • 18. Health Economics and Health management
  • 19. Scientific appraisal of Journal article & Development of Research Protocol
  • 20. Publication of research results

FAMILY HEALTH CARE

  • 1. Family Health and Family Safety Net
  • 2. Family/Community level interventions
  • 3. Family Diet & Nutrition
  • 4. Diet in pregnancy, lactation and childhood
  • 5. Family Nutrition Diet modification in common diseases
  • 6. Family dental health
  • 7. NCD Prevention
  • 8. Common Health Issues in the Family – Children
  • 9. Common Health Issues in the Family – Adolescents and young adults
  • 10. Common Health Issues in the Family – Women
  • 11. Prevention & Domiciliary Care Common diseases in the family
  • 12. Common Health Issues in the family – Elderly and Disabled
  • 13. Family Safety Net
  • 14. Environment and Family Health
  • 15. Rights approach to Family Health Care
  • 16. Health care counselling
  • 17. Concept of Positive Health for the family
  • 18. Concept of Positive Health for the family in Ayurveda
  • 19. Field Epidemiology
  • 20. Family Counselling

AYURVEDA RESEARCH METHODS

  • 1. Foundations of research
  • 2. Protocol development
  • 3. Introduction to Research Designs
  • 4. Sampling
  • 5. Descriptive & Analytical Research designs
  • 6. Introducing descriptive & Analytical Research methods in Ayurveda
  • 7. Experimental Research Designs
  • 8. Introducing Experimental Research methods in Ayurveda
  • 9. Diagnostic Test Evaluation
  • 10. Introducing diagnostic test methods in Ayurveda
  • 11. Introduction to Biostatistics
  • 12. Data collection
  • 13. Qualitative Research
  • 14. Introducing Qualitative Research Methods in Ayurveda
  • 15. Literature Review
  • 16. Reading & Interpreting Classical Treatises
  • 17. Interpretation of Data and Scientific Paper Writing

Use of tools / techniques for Research 

  • 19. Research Ethics
  • 20. Regulations governing Research

ADVANCES IN BASIC SCIENCES AND BIOETHICS

  • 1. General Principles of bioethics
  • 2. Institutional Ethical Committee
  • 3. Biological materials and bio banking
  • 4. Ethical issues in AYUSH Research
  • 5. Genetics & Genomics
  • 6. Metabolomics in Life Sciences
  • 7. Research me thods & Ethical issues
  • 8. Bioinformatics
  • 9. Genetic & Molecular Epidemiology
  • 10. Nano Technology
  • 11. Stem Cell Research
  • 12. Ethical issues in conducting clinical trials
  • 13. Post clinical trial ethical issues
  • 14. Animal Use in Biomedical Research
  • 15. Technologies in Biological Research
  • 16. Clinical ethics
  • 17. Health Technology Assessment
  • 18. Ethical issues in new medical technologies

HEALTHY AGEING & GERIATRIC CARE, COUNSELLING, PALLIATION

  • 1. Healthy Aging
  • 2. Geriatric Counselling
  • 3. Health care counselling
  • 4. Geriatric Nutrition
  • 5. Geriatric Dentistry
  • 6. Palliation in Geriatric care
  • 7. Palliative care counselling
  • 8. Approaches in Palliative care
  • 9. Palliative care in medical and surgical emergencies in elderly
  • 10. Medical & Palliative care principles in chronic diseases of elderly
  • 11. End of life care
  • 12. Geriatric Mental Health
  • 13. Geriatric Nursing in hospital setting
  • 14. Geriatric Nursing in community setting
  • 15. Geriatric Family Medicine
  • 16. Ayurveda & Yoga in Geriatrics
  • 17. Geriatric Pharmacy

CHILDHOOD DISABILITY MANAGEMENT

  • 1. Prevention of Developmental Delay/disability
  • 2. Childhood Disability/children with special needs
  • 3. Speech, Language and Communication Delay
  • 4. Communication Disorder
  • 5. Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • 6. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • 7. Hearing Impairment
  • 8. Visual Impairment
  • 9. Global developmental delay, Intellectual Disability
  • 10. Learning Disability
  • 11. Neuro motor Impairments – Cerebral Palsy and NMD
  • 12. Epilepsy
  • 13. Other childhood disabilities
  • 14. Multiple Disabilities
  • 15. Counselling in Disability
  • 16. Healthcare Counselling in Childhood Disability
  • 17. Research Methodology in Disability studies
  • 18. Research Methodology
  • 19. Introduction to Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram
  • 20. Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram

GOOD CLINICAL LABORATORY PRACTICE

  • 1. Background to Good Clinical Laboratory Practices (GCLP )
  • 2. Clinical Laboratory Services
  • 3. Laboratory personnel, Training & Development
  • 4. Laboratory Equipment in various Clinical Laboratory Services
  • 5. Reagents and Materials
  • 6. Specimen
  • 7. Requisition Form, Accession List & Worksheet
  • 8. Reporting Test Results & Specimen Rejection Record
  • 9. Data Management
  • 10. Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
  • 11. Safety in Laboratories
  • 12. Ethical Considerations
  • 13. Quality Assurance (QA)
  • 14. Quality Assurance Programme
  • 15. Internal Quality Control
  • 16. External Quality Assessment (EQA)
  • 17. Internal Audit
  • 18. Quality Assurance Programme (QAP) ACTIVITIES
  • 19. Understanding Accreditation of Clinical Laboratories – NABL

HEALTH CARE COUNSELLING

  • 1. Health Care Counselling
  • 2. Specialized Therapeutic Approaches in Counselling
  • 3. Developmental Delay/Disability Counselling
  • 4. Childhood disability rehabilitation counselling
  • 5. Scholastic Counselling
  • 6. Learning Disability Counselling
  • 7. Counselling Adolescents and young adults (10 – 24 yrs)
  • 8. Specific areas in Adolescent Counselling
  • 9. Relationships & Communication Counselling
  • 10. Marriage Counselling
  • 11. Nutrition & Lifestyle Related Diseases Counselling
  • 12. HCC in non – communicable diseases
  • 13. Geriatric Counselling
  • 14. Dental Care Counselling
  • 15. Cancer Counselling – Childhood, adult, geriatric
  • 16. Infertility Counselling
  • 17. Mental Health Counselling
  • 18. Crisis Management Counselling
  • 19. Bereavement Counselling
  • 20. Spirituality Counselling

CLINICAL SKILLS SIMULATION

  • 1. Simulation Pedagogy
  • 2. Curriculum Development in Simulation Based Education
  • 3. Use of Task Trainers in Clinical Skills Training
  • 4. Standardized Patients
  • 5. Full Mission Simulations
  • 6. Designing scenarios based on learning outcomes
  • 7. Techniques and use of debrief
  • 8. Newer Technologies in Clinical Simulation
  • 9. Use of Biological Tissue
  • 10. Emergency Care Simulation Scenarios

YOUNG ADULTS GUIDANCE AND  COUNSELLING

  • 1. Introduction to Counselling
  • 2. Introduction to Guidance
  • 3. Relationship issues in young adults
  • 4. Understanding Young Adults
  • 5. Physical health of young adults
  • 6. Nutrition and Young Adults
  • 7. Reproductive health counselling.
  • 8. Sexual development of young adults
  • 9. Mental health counselling
  • 10. Mental health Intervention Approaches
  • 11. Guided counselling on specific issues of young adults
  • 12. Premarital guidance for young adults
  • 13. Newlywed counselling for young adults
  • 14. Family counselling for young adults
  • 15. Fertility issues in young adults
  • 16. Research in Young Adult counselling:
  • 17. Dental health of young adults
  • 18. Family values

HISTORY OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH HUMANITIES

  • 1. Mythology and Ancient Concepts
  • 2. Medieval Medicine and Renaissance

Introduction to Health Humanities

  • 4. Medicine – Role of Literature, Theatre & Music
  • 5. Alternative Medicine
  • 6. Emergence of basic concepts
  • 7. Need of Medical humanities for health Science students

End of life

  • 9. History of Major interventions
  • 10. Organized efforts in health care delivery

Bioethics

  • 12. Leadership and Communication skills
  • 13. Outbreaks and Epidemics
  • 14. Techniques and technologies

Health Economics

  • 16. Medical Anthropology and psychology
  • 17. Medical Ethics
  • 18. Kerala Health Scenario
  • 19. Medical Sociology
  • 20. Health Care Counselling
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