• Continuing Medical Education for Rural Public Health Centers
Authors: R. Rajkumar , K. Chadha
CME (continuing medical education) is a key concept of national strategies in health. A study was undertaken of the current knowledge and continuing future training requirements of nurses, Inspectors CME to inform policy to meet national goals of Healthcare. Questionnaire distributed to nurses, pharmacist, doctors and health inspector in rural hospital who practice Traditional Indian Medicine Technologies were used by 221% of respondents as part of their work-related activities. This paper describes health In India that increase provider and patient access to health information.
• Architecture for Smart Card Technology Incorporated with the Public health Care Sector for Easy Retrieval of Information
Supervisors: Dr. J. Febin Prabhu Dass, Dr. R. Sethumadhavan
Availability of data and information is a major concern in today’s scenario. This article propose an architecture which involves sharing of medical information of all patients among the health care personals like doctors, pharmacists, perfectionists etc., at a card swap. Availability of all data concern with that particular health personal about the patient is available on a database which is retrieved form the local database using the CGI, Perl programming and HTML pages, which can only be accessed by authorizing it using the patient’s personal health smart card. The information like prescriptions, test reports, doctors concerned etc. is available on a database server which can be retrieved by any authorized person, under monitoring of the administrator. This has enhanced the efficiency of work in the health care sector and reduces the illegal supply of medicines to the customers in the country.
• Effect of love relationships on student’s academic performance and social networks
Supervisors: Dr. J. A. Khan, Dr. R. Sethumadhavan
In present scenario the students of age 18-20 are now at an average of 57% said to be falling into love relationships with the opposite sex of their age. The objective of this paper is to analysis the effect of this behavior on their academics performances and quality friendship they make, and giving a conclusion that does this kind of a relationship takes the individual towards a positive or negative future. For the above context we have considered 80 offline subjects from a well-known engineering institute and the also 30 online subjects have been considered. A questionnaire of set of 25 questions was asked to the subjects and the result was analyzed by computerized software (SPSS). We found out that students who claimed not to be in love relationship showed a remarkable and appreciable performance in their regular academics and even are quite successful in making good and quality friends. While the students who claimed to be in relationship, comparatively were on the lower side of the graph, as compared to the ones former.