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First Aid Training
Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore has been conducting training on First Aid and community training On medical emergencies since many years. This program is customized to the requirement of the community. We have trained most of the soft ware company employees in Bangalore, Police personnel, Drivers, Senior citizens, School children’s and college students and the general public. Our expert faculty conducts this training in a very professional manner keeping the requirement of participants in mind.
Duration: 4-6 Hours
Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine (FICM)
The Fellowship In critical care medicine is designed to develop registered and graduate medical professionals into novice critical care practitioners through a programmed approach to knowledge and skills acquisition coupled with a critical thinking focus. The objective of the course is to acquire sufficient clinical and technical experience to handle complex clinical problems.

Duration: 6 months correspondence / online study 15 days contact program at AHB

Eligibility: MBBS & Post graduate students in medical specialties.

Other Progammes

Other programmes
  • PG Diploma Clinical Cardiology programme in collaboration with IGNOU
  • Diploma in Clinical Cardiology
  • Membership of Royal College of Physicians - (MRCP)

PG Diplomate of National Board (DNB) programmes
  • Covers DNB (Broad specialties)
Diploma in Emergency Medicine
The Apollo hospital group’s 24 hour emergency and trauma care departments are geared to treat all kinds of medical and surgical emergencies including poly-trauma with state-of the-art medical technology and dedicated health care professionals. The Royal College of General Practitioners has recognized Apollo hospitals Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Delhi for conducting the courses in Diploma in Emergency Medicine at these centers. This is a one year full time certificate programme in Emergency Medicine conducted at Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore in collaboration with Royal College of general practitioners – UK and Medvarsity.

Duration: 12 Months (contact programme at Apollo hospitals, Bangalore)

Eligibility: MBBS with Valid MCI registration or state registration
Diploma in Family Medicine

The Apollo hospital group’s 24 hour emergency and trauma care departments are geared to treat all kinds of medical and surgical emergencies including poly-trauma with state-of the-art medical technology and dedicated health care professionals. The Royal College of General Practitioners has recognized Apollo hospitals Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Delhi for conducting the courses in Diploma in Emergency Medicine at these centers. This is a one year full time programme conducted at Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore.

Objectives
  • To have the knowledge and skills to provide comprehensive and continuing care for patients in all age groups
  • To consider illness in psychological and social terms and not just in physical ones
  • To acknowledge clinical uncertainty and to ensure safe and effective management decisions for patients
  • To understand the principles of continuity of care, of the gatekeeper function and of appropriate, timely referral
  • To understand the principles of health promotion and to use those principles in as many consultations as possible.
  • To develop the skills of self-directed life-long learning and to make full use of information sources, including use of computers and the internet.
  • To possess adequate knowledge of computers and their application in clinical practice.


Duration: 12 Months (9 months online & 3 months campus training)

Eligibility: MBBS with Valid MCI registration or state registration
Membership of College of Emergency Medicine (MCEM)

The MCEM examination which is based on the College of Emergency Medicine curriculum offers an opportunity for the candidate to demonstrate both the breadth of his or her knowledge of Emergency Medicine as well as the application of that knowledge to common clinical scenarios. The candidate must be able to demonstrate good communication skills and knowledge of Emergency Medicine.

The examination is competency-based and assesses knowledge, skills and behaviors necessary for the successful clinical practice of Emergency Medicine.

The MCEM examination is set at a standard commensurate with the level of expertise necessary for entry into higher specialist training in Emergency Medicine as well as that for practice at an intermediate level for those not wishing to enter higher training.

The examination consists of three parts, Part A, B and C.

MCEM Part A Exam Overview

This theory exam consists 50 questions, each with four stems. Each stem needs to be marked either TRUE or FALSE. It is not negatively marked. It examines basic sciences as applied to Emergency Medicine. The syllabus for the Part A is found on the College of Emergency Medicine website (www.collemergencymed.ac.uk). Exam duration is 2 hours. Exam centers are in United Kingdom, India, Hong Kong and Singapore. Candidates are awarded either a pass or a fail. Candidate must score about 70% to pass the exam.

MCEM Part B Exam Overview

This theory paper examines data interpretation skills and consists of 16 questions. The questions present a clinical scenario and may have clinical data including radiographs, CT scans, ECGs, blood test results and clinical photographs. Exam duration is 2 hours. Exam centre in India is only at Apollo Hospitals. Candidate must score about 70% to pass the exam. Only candidates who are successful in Part B will be permitted to take Part C.

MCEM Part C Exam Overview

This practical exam consists of 18 Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) stations that assess knowledge, psycho-motor ability, interpersonal skills (including communication and conflict resolution), professional behavior and clinical decision-making skills. Exam duration is 2.5 hours. Exam centre in India is only at Apollo Hospitals. Candidates are awarded either a pass or a fail. Candidate must pass 14 of the 18 stations to pass the exam.

Mode of Candidate Entry
  • Must have completed MBBS & Internship in an institute recognized by Medical Council of India
  • Must have a valid MCI registration
Interviews
Interviews for MCEM residency are conducted twice a year, in June and in December
Duration of Residency

The duration of MCEM residency is 3 years full time from the date of joining. The duration of residency is 2 years full time for those who have completed their Fellowship or Diploma in EM from Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP-UK) which is given by Medvarsity.

Course Fees
Particulars   Amount
Advance tuition fees   1,10,000/- INR
MCEM Part A Examination   Fees 45,000/- INR per attempt
MCEM Part B & C   99,000/- INR per attempt
Tuition Fees   (Monthly) 7,700/- INR per month for 3 years
SEMI Membership   3,000/-
Mandatory courses   20,000/- (BLS, ACLS,PALS, EMUSG)
TOTAL   5,54,000/-

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