Jodhpur Dental College General Hospital
Jodhpur Dental College General Hospital ( Approved by DCI : Dental Council of India ) First Recognized College in Western Rajasthan. The faculty of Medicine and Health popularly known as JDCGH, is aided by highly qualified and experienced teaching staff using most modern and innovative teaching aids and methodology. Such an environment is well supported by state of the art well equipped laboratories and clinics, materials and patient simulation system in all branches dentistry including Prosthodontics, Restorative Dentistry, Endodontics, Periodontology, Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry. Our objective is to provide a rich ‘hands-on’ clinical experience to prepare the students for future independent practice.
This institute has the privilege of attracting students from all over the nation and neighbouring countries. The students and faculty actively participated in state and national conferences presenting scientific papers, posters etc. Our students are second to none and have always secured ranks at Rajasthan University of Health Sciences Exams in all the academic years. Students from our College are now enrolled for various post graduate courses throughout the nation.
Many of our faculty members at JDCGH are crowned with publications in national as well as international journals which shows their zeal for academic excellence.
For more information visit website : www.jodhpurdentalcollege.com
An important feature of the health transition in Asia is the emergence of a double burden of infectious and increasing non-communicable diseases. The current health care delivery service with over reliance on physician-led diagnosis and management of diseases is appropriate for acute infectious and nutritional diseases. However, it may not be adequate for the emerging health challenges of the continent: the double burden of infectious and increasing non-communicable diseases. Preparing non-physician, health leaders is one of the responses to the current situation as greater investments in prevention and human resource development to manage such interventions are required.
The Jodhpur School of Public Health (JSPH) recognizes the high cost of health disparities and inequities – and their impact on the health status of individuals, communities and nations. JSPH on a larger scale will contribute to the reorganization of primary health-care services, to the integrated prevention and management of diseases, through research and training. Such contributions also include enhancing the human resources capacity to allow more tasks to be done by alternative cadres of health workers.
The MPH degree programme has been offered in the Faculty of Medicine and Health since 2008 as a multidisciplinary public health degree. . Our MPH programme offers students an integrative, interdisciplinary strategy to address population and health care needs through instruction, research and service.
The MPH Degree is a demanding, interdisciplinary programme emphasizing active, student-directed learning, problem solving and the acquisition of skills essential to the practice of public health environment.
National and international experts in a variety of public health disciplines are prepared to help students apply their newfound knowledge and skills to “real world” problems, especially through capstone projects and collaborative partnerships.
- Our curriculum is organized around five core disciplines: Bio Medical aspects of health, epidemiology, social and behavioural aspects of health, health policy and management, and health research. Within this core disciplines, the following are the thrust areas of the programme.For both Indian and International student, the curriculum is designed to cultivate competencies in the core areas of:
- 1. Biostatistics and Quantitative Methods
- 2. Epidemiology
- 3. Health Systems Strengthening
- 4. Social and Behavioral Sciences
- 5. Healthcare Policy
- 6. Bioethics
- 7. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
The program is taught as a series of courses spread over four semesters over a two-year period. Candidates will need to complete 22 courses each curse of 3 credits, a total of 66 credits, a Master’s thesis and a comprehensive oral exam. Special emphasis is placed on practical training, with the requirement of a significant practicum experience in population-based health. The thesis and assignments provides the opportunity for students to synthesize, integrate and apply their new skills and competencies to public health problems. Courses are taught in a blended platform of in-class contact hours of 2 Weeks, complemented by distance learning.
|Semester I||• Determinants of Health and Disease
• Health Education and Promotion
• Introduction to Public Health Systems
• Epidemiology I
• Biostatistics I
|Semester II||• Fundamentals of Demography
• Quantitative Research Methods I
• Introduction to Health Economics
• Introduction to Health Policy
• Epidemiology II
• Biostatistics II
• Ethics in Public Health and Research
|Semester III||• Quantitative Research Methods II
• Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases
• Public Health Preparedness and Emergency Response
• Gender and Equity in Health
• Environmental & Occupational Health & Safety
• Monitoring and Evaluation
|Semester IV||• Management of health Programs
• Epidemiology of Non-communicable Diseases
• Health Systems Strengthening
• Public Health Practice
For more detail visit : http://mph.jodhpurnationaluniversity.com/
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|1.||Syllabus of I Year BDS||[ View ]|
|2.||Syllabus of II Year BDS||[ View ]|
|3.||Syllabus of III Year BDS||[ View ]|
|4.||Syllabus of IV Year BDS||[ View ]|
|5.||MDS-Oral Medicine, Radiology & Diagnosis||[ View ]|
|6.||MDS-Paediatric and Preventive Dentistry||[ View ]|
|7.||MDS-Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics||[ View ]|
|8.||MDS-Periodontology||[ View ]|
|9.||MDS-Prosthodontics, Crowns & Bridge||[ View ]|
|10.||MDS-Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery||[ View ]|
|11.||MDS-Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics||[ View ]|