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Dr. R.K . Manchanda, Director General, CCRH visits JIMS Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital

Dr R. K Manchanda, Director General, CCRH, Govt of India, along with Dr. Himabindu, Scientist II, RRI, Hyderabad and Dr E.A. Sundaram Scientist IV , RRI Hyderabad visited JIMS  Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital on the 9th of July 2018. Dr Manchanda appreciated the hard work put in by the team of the Hospital in developing such a huge patient base in spite of being in a rural place.

Dr. Manchanda visited the college campus. He appreciated the efforts of the management in providing the huge amount of infrastructure and state of art lecture theatres and said that other institutes should get inspired to do the same.

He attended the first meeting of the IEC constituted by JIMS. Dr Manchanda spoke about the project on “Comparison of conventional and Homoeopathic Paradigms in treating children aged 0-18 months” and said this project is being done in collaboration with CICM, Israel as part of the MoU signed between the Govt. of Israel and Govt. of India. He said that JIMS Hospital was chosen as site of investigation after a thorough study of different Homoeopathic Hospitals in India.

Dr. Manchanda addressed the students of JIMS .Dr Arvind Kothe, Director, JIMSHMC gave a floral welcome and Dr Raghuramchandra, Principal, JIMSHMC gave the welcome address. Dr. Manchanda in his address to the students gave a brief “Overview of Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy”. He spoke about the multifaceted work carried out by CCRH like, Evidence Based researches on clinical, fundamental and validation aspects, universally acceptable research designs, thorough peer reviews , ethical and scientific approvals by various committees for protocol designs, publication of works in reputed journals, dissemination of works at various public information counters , exchange of information with other institutions, associations and societies interested in the objectives similar to those of the council.

Collaborations with other institutes of Excellence for promotion of Homoeopathy and also international collaborations with 12 countries.He encouraged the students to utilize all the facilities available at JIMS and said they were fortunate to study in an institute like JIMS which has etched a name for itself at a remarkable pace.

Women health screening camp held at Ibrahimpatnam in collaboration with Vikas Tharangini

Camp: Screening for women health

Place: Ibrahimpatnam 5 6 &7th ward

Organized by,: JIMSHMC.

Collaboration: Vikas Tharangini

Date: 03/05/2018     9am to 4pm

Total Number of Beneficiaries: 167.

Number of colposcopy examinations: 57



Staff Students Support staff
1.      Dr Sudhamathi 15 Students of C Batch of III BHMS were selected. Mr S. Naidu, Krishna Chaithanya, 4 from maintenance department.
2.      Dr Kalyani
3.      Dr Sridevi
4.      Dr Rajalaxmi
5.      Dr Akshatha
6.      Dr Shakthi
7.      Dr Dharini


The camp was organized by department of Community Medicine, JIMS HMC in collaboration with Vikas Tharangini of JIVA.

We reached the venue, at 9am. The venue was an Anganwadi school with two big rooms and shaded area full of trees. Room for screening was prepared for colposcopic examination.  We established registration and dispensing outside the rooms. Consultation and colposcopy were organized inside the room.

Students were divided into groups of 2 for registration, 2 for dispensing, 6 for screening, 2 for patient movement on rotation basis. Girl students took turn to see the colonoscopy being done.

By afternoon, there were 150 registrations done. We have identified 23 Gyneac cases for active follow up.

Camp data analysis:

Dr. Menachem Oberbaum, Director CICM , Israel & Dr. Anupriya Research Officer CCRH visited JIMS

Dr. Menachem Oberbaum Director, Centre for Integrative Complementary Medicine (CICM) Shaare Zedek Medical Centre, Jerusalem, Israel and Dr. Anupriya Choudhary Research Officer, Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy, New Delhi, Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India visited JIMS Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital on the 11th of April 2018.

Dr. Menachem Oberbaum & Dr. Anupriya appreciated the services rendered by JIMS Hospital which were qualitative, cost effective and helpful to the community at large. They were intrigued by the number of patients that opted for homoeopathy as the medicine of choice in the integrated set up where all the systems are available to the patients at the same cost. This was a boost to the popularity of homoeopathy and substantiated its efficacy.

They then visited JIMS Homoeopathic Medical College in the distinguished presence of Dr. Pavuluri Krishna Choudhary, Chairman, Academic Council JIMS HMCH , Dr. Navin Pawaskar Chief Consultant JIMS HMCH . Dr. Arvind Kothe, Director JIMS HMCH felicitated Dr. Menachem & Dr. Reetha Krishnan Medical Superintendent JIMS Hosptial felicitated Dr. Anupriya.

Dr. Arvind Kothe Director JIMS Homoeopathic Medical College and hospital welcomed and addressed the gathering with his encouraging words. He enlightened the faculty and students by introducing the distinguished guest and the immense contribution they have made in the field of homoeopathy inspiring everyone towards excellence.

Dr. Menachem Oberbaum Director CICM addressed the students and expressed the tremendous potential he sees for research work coming from India and encouraged the faculty and students for the same.

Dr. Anupriya, R.O. CCRH acknowledged the services offered at JIMS to patients at the grass root level and appreciated the efforts of the JIMS team working towards making this possible. She looked forward to the collaboration with JIMS to conduct research activities and extended her support and encouragement for the same.

It was an honour and privilege for the institute as a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy and JIMS Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital on 10th of April 2018 for collaboration in training and research projects. The MOU was handed over to Dr. Reetha Krishnan, Medical Superintendent JIMS Hospital who has been appointed as the Principal Investigator for the clinical research activities.

Dr. Pavuluri Krishna Choudhary addressed the students about importance of clinical teachings and research in Homoeopathy.

Dr. Raghuramchandra Principal JIMS HMCH gave the vote of thanks towards the distinguished guest for taking time from their busy schedule and enlightening the faculty and students with their presence.

A Staff interactive session was arranged where the faculty interacted with the distinguished guest and expressed their key areas of interest for clinical research. Sensing the availability of ample clinical material and scientific temperament at JIMS , Dr Oberbaum and Dr Anupriya looked forward to more collaborative ventures on topics of mutual interest of research in the future.

Screening for women health at New Kandukur Gram Panchayath Office

JIMS Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital

Department of Community Medicine

COMMED/25/2018                                                                                                       Date: 06.04.2018

Camp: Screening for women health

Place: New Kandukur Gram Panchayath Office,

Organized by,: JIMSHMC.

Collaboration: Vikas Tharangini

Date: 01/04/2018 9 am to 4pm

Total Number of Beneficiaries: 124.

Number of colposcopy examinations: 27


Staff Students Support staff
1.       Dr Srujana 15 Students of B Batch of III BHMS were selected.(One student remained absent due to exam preparation; one due to health issue; one day scholar remained absent without informing). Mr S. Naidu, Krishna Chaithanya, 4 from maintenance department.
2.       Dr Sudhamathi
3.       Dr Kalyani
4.       Dr Anjali
5.       Dr Sridevi
6.       Dr Rajalaxmi
7.       Dr. Laxmiprasad
8.       Dr. Raja Sathish


The camp was organized by department of Community Medicine, JIMS HMC in collaboration with Vikas Tharangini of JIVA.

We reached the venue at 9am. Room for screening was prepared for examination. There were two hall areas. On the ground floor we established registration and dispensing. On the first floor screening by students, and consultation with physicians was arranged. Students were divided into groups of 2 for registration, 2 for dispensing, 6 for screening, two for patient movement on rotation basis. Girl students took turn to see the colonoscopy being done.

There were fewer turn out of beneficiaries than expected. Some women expressed that many could not come due to marriages in the village and a funeral to attend.

Students who remained absent are: Amulya due to exam preparation, Karishma due to health issue, Pranay the day scholar without informing. Detailed analysis will be presented soon.

We have identified 15 Gyneac cases for active follow up on priority. 

Camp data analysis:

Fig 1- Age group of all visitors:

Fig 2- Age group of women who underwent colposcopy:

Fig 3- Number of complaints:

All the pains combined, we observe that almost half of the visitors had pain as main complaint or as co- morbidity.

Fig 4- Number of women complaints treated:

Fig 5- Complaints of women who underwent colposcopy

A woman with only complaint of muscle cramps underwent screening, found to be VIA Positive.

Following are the previous learning and our action towards them:

Previous lessons identified Action taken on
An SOP (standard operating procedures) for women screening will be developed. SOPs are ready and we tried to follow the same for this camp
Responsibilities will be distributed Duly distributed
Similar camps will be conducted every month Agreed upon
Follow up of critical cases will be the priority Through contact numbers, these patients are followed up and encouraged to come to hospital
Therapeutic group of remedies will be prepared for future use Work In Progress
Register to be updated to meet objective of reporting to AYUSH Yet to attend for this need


Fig 6- Colposcopic examination findings:

Fig 7- Number of remedies and frequency of prescription:

Rhus tox and Bryonia are frequently prescribed for pain related complaints. 

Lessons learnt from this camp:

For students:

  • Organizing a camp in a resource lack setting
  • Screening of large number of patients and presenting to physician
  • Behavioural requirements in a rural setting
  • Colposcopy and comparing healthy and unhealthy cervix
  • With just 100+ patients, they could take detailed history and examined patients
  • Experiencing community service

Learning for community medicine:

  • While selecting a date, we must rule out major social events in the village which keeps people engaged as a priority. This time there were 4 marriages in the village owing to which many could not come for camp. Some managed to come straight from marriage party.
  • There is a need for common way of writing in the papers by students, for which we must prepare a list of terminologies and how the complaints should be recorded in case sheet should be explained.
  • Ask some topic related questions to students and make them come prepared


Dr Sudhamathi. SM.

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