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1 Institution of Medicine Tribhuvan University

2 Institute of Medicine (IOM) The Institute of Medicine (IOM) was established in 1972 under Tribhuvan University with the mandate and the responsibility of training all the categories of health manpower needed in the country. Maharajgunj in the early days of IOM First building of IOM

3 Goals of IOM

4 History

5 Year 1972 The first decade 12 campuses –3 campuses in Kathmandu Valley –9 campuses outside the Kathmandu Valley Programs –Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) –Community Medical Assistant (CMA) –Proficiency Certificate Course in General Medicine –Pharmacy –Radiology –Physiotherapy –Nursing –Health Laboratory –Traditional Medicine

6 Year 1977 The new responsibility of training the tertiary level health professionals Bachelor of Nursing –Community Nursing –Pediatric Nursing –Adult Nursing.

7 Year 1978 MBBS program was started –Beginning - 22 students –Now - 76 students

8 Year 1983 Trivhuvan University Teaching Hospital was completed in 1983 with support from JICA Three years Postgraduate Generalist (Family Physician of MD General Practice) Training was started with the collaboration of Calgary University Under constructionAt present

9 Year 1984 One - year Postgraduate Diploma in Anesthesiology with the support from the University of Calgary, Canada.

10 Year 2008 M Ch program started in Surgery –Gastroenterology –Urology –Neurosurgery –Cardiothoracic and Vascular

11 Year 2009 Forty-five programs –Certificate 4 –Bachelor level11 –Postgraduate level26 –M Ch Program 4 Campuses –Constituent 7 –Affiliated 10

12 Year 2013 Forty-nine programs –Certificate 1 –Bachelor level11 –Postgraduate level26 –DM / M Ch Program11 Campuses –Constituent 7 –Affiliated 16

13 Organgram, IOM

14 Organogram of Institute of Medicine Management and Development Council Implementation Committee Faculty Board Standing Committee Faculty Board Dean Assistant Dean (Planning) 1. Planning Section 2. Foreign Aids 3. Monitoring 4. Projects Assistant Dean (Exam) 2. Monitoring 1. Examination Section 3. Academic Activity Assistant Dean (Administration) 1. Personnel Administration 2. General Administration 3. Fiscal Section 1. Constitutated Campuses 2. TU Teaching Hospital 3. B.P. Koirala Center for Ophthalmic Studies 4. Identified Other Centers 5. HLMC 6. Medical Education Department 7. Affiliated Campuses 8. Information Technology Assistant Dean (Academic) 1. Academic Section 2. Subject Committee 3. P.G. Centre

15 1. Production of human resources for health services, education and research

16 2. Provide health services through its health institutions

17 3. Conduct research in health sciences

18 Committees of the Dean Office Management and Development Council Implementation Committee Faculty Board Faculty Board Standing Committee Monitoring Committee Subject Committees Research Committee Institutional Review Board (IRB)

19 Departments under the Dean’s office Research Department Department of Information Technology (DIT) National Centre for Health Professions Education (NCHPED)

20 Other Activities of IOM IOM – College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP) Linkage Program Journal of Institute of Medicine (JIOM) Hospital Preparedness for Emergencies (HOPE) Health Learning Materials Centre

21 Executives of IOM

22 Dean Prof. Dr. Rakesh P. Shrivastav Assistant Deans –Planning - Prof. Dr. Bimal Kumar Sinha –Academic - Prof. Dr. Sarad Raj Onta –Examinations- Prof. Dr. Bharat Mani Pokharel –Administration - Prof. Dr. Sarala Shrestha Dean’s Office

23 Campuses 1. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Kr. Shrestha- Campus Chief, Maharajgunj Campus 2. Mrs. Nira Pandey- Campus Chief, Nursing Campus 3. Dr. Dev Bahadur Rokka- Campus Chief, Ayurveda Campus 4. Mrs. Bhagabati K.C.- Campus Chief, Pokhara Campus 5. Mrs. Mathura Nepal- Campus Chief, Biratnagar Nsg. Campus 6. Ms. Bhuvan Kumari Dangol- Campus Chief, Birgunj Nsg. Campus 7. Mrs. Bina Adhikari- Campus Chief, Nepalgunj Nsg. Campus 8. Prof. Dr. Hari Bhattrai- Asst. Campus Chief, Maharajgunj Campus 8. Mrs. Raj Devi Adhikari- Asst. Campus Chief, Maharajgunj Nursing Campus

24 Hospital / Centers 1. Prof. Dr. Ishwor Lohani- Act. Executive Director, TUTH 2. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Kumar Shrestha- Executive Director, BPKLCOS 3. Prof. Dr. Ratna Raj Poudel- Executive Director, MCVTC 4. Prof. Dr. Jagadish Prasad Agrawal- Executive Director, NCHPED 5. Prof. Dr. Jeevan Bahadur Sherchand- Director, Research Department 6. Prof. Dr. Pradeep Vaidya - Director, Information Technology Department

25 Campuses and Programs

26 Constituent Campuses (n = 7) 1. Maharajgunj Campus, Maharajgunj, Kathmandu 2. Maharajgunj Nursing Campus, Maharajgunj, Kathmandu 3. Ayurved Campus, Kritipur, Kathmandu 4. Nursing Campus, Biratnagar 5. Nursing Campus, Birgunj 6. Nursing Campus, Pokhara 7. Nursing Campus, Nepalgunj

27 Affiliated Campuses (n = 16) SNCampusPrograms 1. Lalitpur Nursing Campus, Sanepa PCL Nursing / BN /B.Sc.Nursing 2. National Medical College, Birgunj MD / MS / MBBS / BN / B.Sc.Nursing 3. Universal College of Medical Sciences, Bhairahawa MD / MS / MDS / MBBS / BDS / BN / B.Pharm / B.Sc. MLT / B.Sc. Nursing 4. Janaki Medical College, Janakpur MBBS / BN / B.Sc. Nursing 5. People’s Dental College and Hospital, Balaju, Kathmandu BDS 6. MB Kedia Dental College, Birgunj BDS 7. KIST Medical College, Kathmandu MBBS / BDS

28 SNCampusPrograms 8. Chitawan School of Medical Sciences, Bharatpur MPH / M.Sc. MLT / MN / MBBS / BDS / BN / B.Pharm / B.Sc. MLT / B.Sc. MIT / B.Sc. Nursing 9. National Model College for Advanced Learning B. Pharma 10. Sunsari Technical College, Dharan B. Pharma 11. Metrix College, Birgunj B. Pharma 12. Janamaitri Foundation, Balaju B.Sc. MLT / BN / B.Sc. Nursing 13. NIST College, Lainchaur B. Pharma 14. Nepali Sena Swasthya Bigyan Sansthan, Sano Bharyang MBBS / BN / B.Sc. Nursing 15. Manmohan Institute of Health Sciences, Nakkhu, Lalitpur B.Sc. MLT / BN / BPH / Pharmacy / B.Sc. Nursing 16. Gandaki Medical College, Pokhara MBBS

29 Academic programs in IOM

30 Certificate Level (n = 1) PCL Nursing

31 Bachelor in Medicine and Bachelor in Surgery (MBBS) Bachelor in Public Health (BPH) Bachelor in Medical Lab Technology (BMLT) Bachelor in Pharmacy (B Pharm) Bachelor in Optometry (B. Optm.) Bachelor in Nursing (BN) B.Sc. Nursing Bachelor in Dental Surgery (BDS) B.Sc. Radio Imaging Technology Bachelor in Speech Language Pathology (BASLP) Bachelor in Ayurveda Medicine & Surgery (BAMS) Bachelor level (n = 11)

32 Postgraduate level (n = 23)

33 MD : 13 –General practice –Internal Medicine –Ophthalmology –Pediatrics –Pathology –Gynecology and Obstetrics –Psychiatry –Radiology –Dermatology –Anesthesiology –Clinical Anatomy –Clinical Pharmacology –Clinical Physiology

34 MS : 3 –General Surgery –Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery –Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery

35 MN: 3 –Adult Nursing –Women Health and Development –Pediatric Nursing Others: 4 –Master in Public Health –Master in Clinical Biochemistry –M.Sc. MLT - Microbiology –M. Phil. In Clinical Psychology

36 Super specialization (n = 11)

37 MCH : 5 –Surgical Gastroenterology –Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery –Urology –Neurosurgery –Plastic Surgery

38 DM : 6 –Cardiology –Nephrology –Neurology –Neurosurgery –Emergency Medicine –Critical Care Medicine

39 Hospitals

40 Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH)

41 About TUTH Established in 1983 with the cooperation of the Government of Japan. provides practical field for the academic training programs (basic, graduate and postgraduate). It has the largest number of medical specialties in any hospital in Nepal with 22 departments. It has 500 beds and expanding.

42 Role of TUTH Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital has been established to fulfill the following roles: –To provide a teaching base for the Institute of Medicine for all types of academic programs. –To provide tertiary level of health services to the patients in Nepal and be a lead national hospital in this area. –To act as the main center to conduct health researches in Nepal and resolve problems in this area in Nepal.

43 Mission of TUTH TUTH will provide the best care to every patient through integrated clinical services, education and research. Services will be provided by a team of compassionate multi-disciplinary, highly trained doctors, nurses, technician and others. It will provide best quality services to the seekers at an affordable cost within Nepal and serve appropriately to patients who cannot afford it.

44 Investigative services

45 Investigative services…. X-rays Ultra sounds Biopsy Doppler Trans rectal Trans vaginal Echo Fluoroscopy C T Scan Biopsy C arm Endoscopy Polypectomy Stenting UGIS Sigmoidoscopy Colonoscopy ERCP


47 BPK Center for Ophthalmic Studies Established under the umbrella of IOM with the mission of to improve the eye health status of people of Nepal. With service as priority, the centre has yet another equally important purpose of producing highly skilled ophthalmic human resource determined to fight against blindness. The struggle of the centre to minimize blindness does not remain confined to the national territory only its also trains ophthalmic manpower for many other developing countries as well.

48 BPK Center…. The postgraduation education in ophthalmology at the centre aims to produce specialized medical professionals for nations. Apart from developing models for prevention of blindness from ocular trauma at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. the centre also aims to serve as a resource centre for collection and dissemination of information and knowledge through library, museum, instrumentation and documentation facilities.


50 Established on 26 th April 2009 under T.U. Institute of Medicine (IOM) with the following principle objectives: –To provide the best specialized care to the patients with Cardiac, Thoracic and Vascular diseases. –To provide highly skilled human resource in the aforementioned fields and –To carryout continuous research to contribute in the advancement of these services. Manmohan Cardiothoracic Vascular and Transplant Center

51 Center is running with a overall Bed capacity of: –61 bed that includes 45 general beds –6 ICU beds –8 CCU beds –8 emergency –3 general Cabin beds –1 special CCU cabin. MCVTC Facilities

52 Emergency service –offers cardiothoracic and vascular emergency service for round the clock. –A well equipped 8 bedded emergency care section is specially oriented for Cardiac emergencies. –Patients are taken care by on duty house officers under direct supervision of DM residents and by consultants if required. Operation Theater –recently completed the construction of 3 world class modular operation theatre. –it will also help TUTH extend transplantation services. MCVTC Facilities….

53 Cath Lab –Cardiac Cath Lab (Philips) has been installed. –Center is providing all adult and pediatric cardiac intervention. –Perticularly Coronary Angiogram, Elective and Emergency Coronary Angioplasty, Pacemakers including ICD and CRT implantation, device closure of congenital heart disease and many more percutaneous catheter intervention are provided. MCVTC Facilities….


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