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Time Table MMSPH May-Aug 2011

Time Table MMSPH May-Aug 2011

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Time Table for Masters of Management Sciences in Public HealthSession May- August 2011
Combined 1st, 2nd and 3rd SemesterSubjectsThursdayFridaySaturday
HospitalAdministration3.00 to 5.00 PM
(Dr Nayyar Raza)
-(Group Discussions)Health Educationand Promotion5.00 to 7.00 PM
(Dr Nayyar Raza)
--Epidemiology-5.30 to 7.30 PM
(Dr Nayyar Raza)
Combined 4th, 5th and 6th SemestersSubjectsThursdayFridaySaturday
Primary Health Care5.00 to 7.00 PM
(Dr Saeed urRehman)
--Maternal and ChildHealth Care-5.00 to 7.00 PM
(Dr Jamil Ahmad)
-Health Care Policy--5.30 to 7.30 PM
(Dr Nayyar Raza)
Mid Term Test of All Semester will be held on Saturday 2
of July 2011Final Term Exam on 1
, 2
and 3
of September 2011
(Detailed Date Sheet will be issued later)
D.L Assignments will be posted on Website
Course Contents and Recommended Books with Download Sites of Subjects in Semester MMSPH May- Aug 2011
Subject: Hospital Management
1.Definition of Hospital, Types of hospitals, and significance of hospitalmanagement.2.Planning and Construction Issues in Hospital Design3.Bed Planning4.Problems within a hospital in context of all constituent departments of a hospital5.Professionalization of Medical Services, Services rendered by ,medical, nursing, paramedical services, house keeping, services provided by ward attendants6.Nursing Issues in Hospital7.Management of Laboratory Services in Hospitals and their Issues8.Management of Radiology Services in Hospitals and their Issues9.Professionalism in Hospital Management I: Introduction, essential requirementsfor making hospital management professional, appropriate departmentation( Finance, Administration, Stores, Inventory, Public Relations, Medical RecordsSections), internal information system10.Professionalism in Hospital Management II: Medical Audit, Ward Planning andManagement, Training and educational needs for hospital personnel.11.Hospital Waste Management12.Organizational Environment: Organization, decision making, transfers,complaints13.Theories of Management: Theory X, Theory Y, Management by Objectives,Herzberg Hygiene Theory14.Organizational Environment II: Environment, impact of politicians, drugadulterations, utilization of equipment, problem of idle equipment15.Purchase Systems for Hospitals and Hospital Inventory ManagementCollective Bargaining in Hospitals16.Transactional Analysis and Human Relations in Hospital17.Importance of Teamwork in Hospitals and Computers in Hospitals
Recommended Book: Hospital Management Notes by Dr Nayyar Raza available fordownload from the course websitehttp://drnraza.editboard.com/t564-a-good-book-on-hospital-management-and-administrationEpidemiology
1. Introduction to Epidemiology: Definitions and Vital Statistics2. Rates, Ratios and Proportions3. Distribution and Dynamics of Diseases and Health ProblemsEpidemiological Study Designs4. Odds ratio, Risk, Relative Risk, Attributable Risk, Numbers Needed to Treat5. Incidence and Prevalence
6. Concept of Causality and Association7. Clinical Trial Design and Estimation of Risk 8. Outbreak Investigation.9. Screening and Evaluation of Diagnostic tests10. Quality Adjusted Life Years and Disability Adjusted Life Years11. Standardized Mortality Ratios12. Sensitivity Analysis and Decision Making13. Survival Analysis14. Standardization of rates. Bias in Epidemiological Studies
Recommended Text Book: Epidemiology by Leon Gordis, available for downloadfrom http://ifile.it/wlschxt/e4.rarHealth Education and Promotion
1. Introduction to health Education and Promotion2. Principles and Components of health Promotion3. Understanding Human Behaviour, behavioral intention and enabling factors, SocialPressures, Knowledge, beliefs, Attitudes, Culture and the BASNEF model4. Essentials of Communication, Face to Face communications [Focus groupDiscussions, counseling5. Participatory Learning and EducationDeveloping IEC (Information, Education, Counseling) Materials6. PRECEDE and PROCEED Models of Health Education7. Behavior Change Communication8. Designing effective Community health Education programs9. Basics of working with Electronic and Print media for Health Education andPromotion10. Advocacy tools for Health Education and Promotion11. School Health Services and the FRESH Framework 12. Creativity in Health Education Program Designing
Recommended Textbook: Philosophical Foundations of Health Education availablefor Free Download fromhttp://ifile.it/mcsa0p/ebooksclub.org__Philosophical_Foundations_of_Health_Education__Public_Health_AAHE_.l_77x32j84x99xj.pdf Primary Health Care
1. History of Primary Health Care, Definitions, Alma-Ata Charter and Declaration2. Principles of Primary Health Care3. Components of Primary Health Care4. Primary Health Care History in Pakistan

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