Government Medical College, Bettiah.

Pharmacovigilance Commitee

Goal:

The broad goal of the committee will be to generate awareness about the need of identifying and reporting of Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR), amongst all sections of health care providers (doctors, consultants, nurses, pharmacists, post graduates and undergraduate students, service providers etc) of M.J.K. hospital & Government Medical College, Bettiah.and to pick up and identify ADR occurring in patients admitted to M.J.K. hospital and report the same to the appropriate authorities.

Objectives:

1. To generate awareness about ADRs among health care providers and students of  GMC,Bettiah by different activities.

2. To pick up ADRs occurring in the patients admitted to MJKHospital and report the same to appropriate authorities. i.e. National Pharmacovigilance Center.

3. To carry out causality analysis of ADRs

4. To undertake scientific and research activities pertaining to ADRs

5. To make efforts to minimize the chances of ADR and thereby make drug therapy safer and rational.

6. To take up activities to strengthen the ongoing National Pharmacovigilance

Composition of the committee:

· Dr.  Awadhesh Pd. Jha – Assoc. Professor and Head, Department of Pharmacology, (Chairman)

· Dr. D.K.Singh  – Superintendent cum Professor and Head, Department of Anatomy, Convener

· Dr.  A.P. Singh –Professor and Head, Department of Surgery, Member

· Dr. Malvika Kumud– Asst.Professor, Department of Obs & Gynaec, Member

· Dr. Govind Acharya –  Asst.Professor and Head, Department of Skin & VD, Member

· Dr. J.P Narain– Asst. Professor and Head, Department of Pediatrics, Member

· Dr. Binderswar Priyadarshi  – Assit.  Professor and Head, Department of Orthopedics, Member.

· Dr.  Pradeep Kumar Singh  – Assoc. Professor and Head, Department of Pathology, Member

· Dr. S.N. Singh –Professor & Head, Department of Microbiology, Member

· Dr. Awdhesh Kr. Jha–  Assoc.Professor of Pharmacology, Member

· Dr.  Uma Shankar Prasad – Assistant Professor in Pharmacology, Member secretary

Tenure of the committee:

 03 July, 2018 to 30 June, 2021 (Three years)

The committee shall be reconstituted every three years.

Scope of the committee:

The committee shall meet once in 3 months. The committee shall be responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring of various activities of the Pharmacovigilance committee. They will also work as mentors and facilitators.

Roles:

1. Chairman:

The chairman will chair and conduct all meetings and will function as administrative head of the committee.

2. Convener:

The convener shall be responsible for arranging meetings and conducting activities with help of member secretary. He will also chair the meetings in absence of the chairman.

3. Member Secretary:

The member secretary will play the pivotal role and shall undertake following activities to help the task of the convener:

 

i. Prepare agenda of the meetings and send in advance to members

ii. Arrange for the meetings, write minutes, circulate and document the same.

iii. Organize the awareness generation programmes.

iv. Coordinate the ADR collection and reporting to the appropriate authorities.

v. Carry out causality assessment.

vi. Coordinate the research activities.

vii. Raise a library for the committee.

viii. Carry out any other task assigned by the committee.

4. Members:

Members will primarily work as subject experts and will also do the mentoring of young faculty / resident doctors / students in the area of ADR. They will give suggestions for better and effective functioning of the committee and shall work as facilitators.

 

Principal

        Government Medical College,

Bettiah, West Champaran

 

MEDICAL EDUCATION UNIT

                              

 

Chairman

 Dr.Awdhesh Prasad Singh

 Assoc.Professor of Surgery

  9934202936

Coordinator

 Dr. Kamla Kant Varma

 Assoc.Professor of Anaesthesia

  9470038508

 

Members

     

 

     

 

Dr. D.K.Singh

Professor of Anatomy

 9279800196

 

Dr. A.P.Singh

Assoc. prof. Surgery

 

 

Dr. K.K. Verma

Assopc. Prof. Anaesthesia

 

 

Dr. B. Priyadarshi

Assit, Prof., Orthopaetiatrics

 

 

Dr. J.P.Narain

Asst.Professor of Paediatrics

 9835066640

 

Dr. Shilpi Ranjan

Asst.Professor of PSM                7782834680

 

FUNCTIONS OF MEDICAL EDUCATION UNIT

The functions of MEUs vary from institution to institution; their scope of activities can include undergraduate and postgraduate education and continuing professional education. These activities could extend not only to medical professionals but also to other health-care professions such as dentistry, pharmacy, medical technology and nursing. In general, the functions of MEUs span the areas of research, teaching, service, workshops, evaluation, consultancies, and the career development of staff.

Objectives:

Faculty members should avail of modern educational technology while teaching the students and to attain  objective for faculty development and provide learning resource material for teachers. With this directive from MCI, Medical Education Units (MEU) have been created in  Government Medical College, Bettiah.

1.       An essential objective of MEUs across institutions is to conduct research and provide scientifically sound information that advances and promotes medical education.

2.      The extent and priority of research in different MEUs depends on many identified factors such as access to research expertise, the medical education innovation, the quality of faculty and the complementary areas of expertise they possess, critical mass of educational scholars, status of the medical education unit, mentorship, faculty development for advanced training in educational sfield.

3.      MEUs play an important part in creating a culture of research by innovating, developing new approaches to medical education and publishing their findings.

4.      Communication concerning research such as running journal clubs, circulating medical education newsletters, and conducting medical education rounds  are also ways used by the units for promoting this culture.

5.      An important role of MEUs is to provide an academic home for and nurture the careers of faculty members wanting to focus on educational scholarship and develop as future medical educationists. By ensuring that these faculty members are given the necessary exposure to the field, and are allowed to develop their studies and publish research in medical education, MEUs help them to gain academic rewards and recognition for their expertise.

 

6.      MEUs play important role in several contemporary needs. By providing specialised resources for teaching, service and a focus on educational research, they are essential to the continued development of medical education as a discipline.

College Council Committee:

 

It is Verified that Academic Council of GMC Bettiah has been constituted. The Following are Members:-

1

Prof.Dr.BINOD PRASAD

Principal

Chairman

 

2

 

 

 

 

3

Prof.Dr.D.K.Singh

HOD, Anatomy

Convenor

9279800196

4

Prof.Dr.Awadhesh kr. Jha

HOD, Pharmacology

Member

 

5

Prof.Dr.S.N.Singh

HOD, Microbiology

Member

9430052584

6

Dr.Smt.Nutan Das

HOD, Biochemistry

Member

9431468306

7

Dr.Subhash Chandra Jha

HOD, Pathology

Member

9771434052

8

Dr.Smt.Shilpi Ranjan

HOD, P.S.M.

Member

9835424012

9

Dr.Arun Kumar Singh

HOD, F.M.T.

Member

9431433851

10

Dr.Awadhesh Pd. Sing

HOD,Surgery

Member

9934202936

13

Dr.B. Priyadarshi

HOD. Orthopaedics

Member

 

14

Dr.J.P.Narayan

HOD, Paediatrics

Member

9835066640

15

 

 

 

 

16

Dr.Mehi Lal Singh

HOD, Eye

Member

7870692459

17

Dr. Uma Nath Jha

HOD, ENT

Member

9431431600

 

 

Function:

 

1.   The council is purely an advisory body and will have no executive powers.

 

2.   To consider the programme of lectures and practical works to approve or amend it, as may appear necessary subject to the final approval of the Principal,Govt. Medical college,

      Bettiah.

3.   To Consider any other question effecting the interest of the college.

4.   To Consider any other question effecting the interest  of Hospital  & college staff.

5.   To consider & chalk out programme for development of Medical College regarding its infrastructure & functioning.

6.   To sought suggestion from members regarding day to day functioning of college with reference to benefit of students.

7.   Suggestions from members   regarding proper functioning of  Hospital.

8.   To plan & implement programme to facilitate advancement  & update  knowledgeof medical students.

9.   Need to take all necessary precautions and preventive measures so that no untoward incidence directly or indirectly amounting to ragging occurs in the campus. Heads of departments to be vigilant in this direction.

10.                Sensitization of the Senior Students: In order to sensitize the senior students  Steps should be taken to address them in phase wise manner and to bring to their notice the relevant statutory provisions and anti-disciplinary measures which can be taken against those who are found to perpetrate, abate, assist or get involved in any sort of physical or mental harassment which also now comes under the purview of the definition of ragging.

11.                Undertaking from StudentsAs per binding regulations referred above, an undertaking about non-indulgence in ragging, has to be obtained from every student which is to be duly countersigned by their parents. The institute has to take measures in this direction and the procedure of obtaining such undertaking will be completed by 1st of Sep, 2014.

 

12.                Anti-Ragging Committee & Squad: At the level of institute an Anti-Ragging Committee has been constituted as per directives of the Medical Council of India, New Delhi. The above committees have been constituted comprising of members of Faculty.

INSTITUTINAL ANIMAL ETHICAL COMMITTEE.

Following are the members of our institutional Animal Ethical Committee as per the guidelines of Committee for the purpose of control and supervision of experiments on animals (CPCSEA), Ministry of Environment and Forests Government of India.

COMPOSITION OF INSTITUTINAL ANIMAL ETHICAL COMMITTEE.

Sr. No

 

Name and Designation

Contact Details.

   1.

Biological scientist

Dr. Rajeev Ranjan Prasad

Professor of Physiology

Govt. Medical College ,Bettiah.

9334118112

         2.

Two scientsts from different biological discipline.

1.   Dr. Rajeev Ranjan Prasad

       Principal GMC,Bettiah

2.   Dr. Arun Kumar Singh

       Medical superintendent.

       GMC,Bettiah

9334118112

 

 9431285498

    3.

Veterinarian involved in care of animal.

Dr.Kamlendra Dwivedi

 

 

         4.

Scientist in charge of the animal facilities of establishment.

Dr. A.K.Jha

Professor and Head Pharmacology,

GMC, Bettiah

 

         5.

A scientist from outside institute.

Dr. Deepak Kumar, AssociateProfessor of Pharmacology,S.K.Medical College,Muzaffarpur.

9430014545

 

         6.

Non scientific socially aware member.

Shri Shailendra Kumar Sinha, Advocate

 

 

Guidelines:

The guidelines for conducting experiment on animal must have approval approval  as follows :

 

1.    All prospective studies on drugs, investigational techniques as well as devices or any other procedure involving animals, to be conducted at  Govt. Medical College,  Bettiah, must have Animal Ethics Committee permission before commencing such  experiment.

2.    Investigators and other personnel should treat animals with kindness and should proper care by avoiding or minimizing discomfort, distress or pain. Procedures that may cause more than momentary pain or distress should be performed with appropriate sedation, analgesia or anesthesia in accordance with accepted veterinary practice. Surgical or other painful procedures should not be performed on anaesthetized animals.   

3.    At the end of the experiments or whenever appropriate during an experiment an animal that would otherwise suffer any pain distress or disable mint that cannot be relieved or repaired should be painlessly killed under anesthesia.    

 

4.    The best possible living conditions should be provided to animals used for research purpose. It is a responsibility of an investigator to ensure that personnel conducting experiments on animals possess appropriate qualifications  and / or experience for conducting the required procedure.

Human Research Ethics Committee

Responsibilities of EC:-

1.    To protect the rights and welfare of human subjects and minimise the risk of physical and mental discomfort, harm and danger from research procedures.

2.    To protect the rights of the researcher to carry out legitimate investigation as well as the Institute's reputation for the research conducted and sponsored by it;

3.    To consider the ethical implications of all proposed human research projects and determine whether or not they are acceptable on ethical grounds.

4.    To ensure that correct procedures relating to obtaining consent are observed.To ensure that research projects take into consideration local cultural and social attitudes

5.    To ensure that the research projects/dissertation/thesis are carried out at Govt. Medical College    &M.J.K. Hospital, Bettiah.

6.    Are sounds in design, have statistical validity (as approved by SRC) and are conducted according to the ICMR and ICH/GCP guidelines.

7.    Do not compromise the safety of the patients or volunteers

8.    Are conducted under the supervision of trained medical / biomedical persons with the required expertise.

9.    Include, solely, patients or participants who have given voluntary and informed consent

10. It may be ensured that no research project shall be/can be started unless ethics clearance or approval is obtained.

Sr. No

Members

Designation

1.

DR. BINOD PRASAD

 Principal,

2.

Dr. DHIRENDRA KUMAR SINGH

Medical Suprintendent, 

3.

   

4.

Dr. A.K.Jha

HOD, Phramacolgy(Mo.No-)

.

5.

Dr. U.S PANDEY

Professor &Head,Pathology(Mo.No-)

6.

Dr. Shilpi Ranjan

 Asst.Professor & Head , Community Medicine(Mo.No-7782834680)

7.

Dr. ARBIND KUMAR

Professor, Paediatrics

8.

Shri Shailendra Kumar Sinha

Legal Expert

   9.

Keshav Kumar  (Purn Utthan Nayee Disha Pariwar )

Chairman

NGO  (Mo.No-9955856452,9835861939)

           10.

Dr.Awadhesh Pd. Singh

Member Secretary,

Department of Surgery (Mo.No-9934202936)

 

Procedure:

 

A quorum is required for all the meetings (6 members out of 11 will make a quorum). But approval of project/dissertation/thesis requires voting by a show hand by members present at the meeting.

 

 

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