JIPMER to introduce redesigned curriculum
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Puducherry, May 24: The Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) has evolved steps to redesign the medical education curriculum both at the undergraduate and postgraduate level of studies.
Director of JIPMER Dr T S Ravikumar told reporters here today that the redesigned curriculum would stress on quality health care and patient safety.
The autonomous institute is also collaborating with other universities and exchanging faculty under the 'Fulbright Nehru programme'.
Dr Ravikumar said JIPMER had submitted proposals to the Planning Commission for sanction of Rs 1389 crore for various developmental activities, including academic activities and establishment of new institutes in the 12th plan (2012-2017).
Dr Balachander, Head, Department of Cardiology,who was also present said establishment of JIPMER School of Public health, award of degrees in public health and community wellness programmes, hospital modernization, refurbishing old premises, creation of a safety measures and electronic health record system would be part of developmental works in the 12th plan.
Dean of JIPMER Dr K S Reddy said research activity had picked up in JIPMER after it became autonomous.
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