Department of Community Medicine:
Aim of the department is to produce Community Physicians. Community Medicine, successor of Public Health, is taught by the department from first year to fourth year MBBS class. Class-room-based theoritical and practical teaching is furnished through Lecture, Tutorial and Practical classes. Moreover, Practical teaching is accomplished through using community as a laboratory in the form of “Day Visits” in varous health and health-related organizations or institutions, Residential Field Site Training (RFST) programme at Upazila Health Complex (UHC), Dewanganj, Jamalpur, and conduction of community-based study, during fourth year class. Students’ formative evaluaton is carried out by four in-course term assessments, whereas summative evaluation is conducted at the end of their 4th year class through Written, Practical and Viva-voce examinations. The department is also assisting the intern doctors in their Community Placement at Upazila Health Complex (UHC), Fulbaria, Mymensingh. Moreover, the department is entrusted with teaching Bio-Statistics and Research Methodology to post-graduate students of M.Phil., MD and MS courses of different disciplines. In addition, department assist post-graduate students in preparing thesis protocol as well as in report writing activities of their theses works.
Faculty members: see faculty members page.
Education- Course & training:
Coursers: Undergraduate (MBBS) and Post-graduate (MPH-CM)
Training – Not Needed
MBBS: Lectures, Tutorials, Ward Placement, Day Visit, RFST and Survey.
University’s Schedule for Lecture, Tutorials and Practicals: For MBBS Students
b. Post-graduate: Lectures
a. Field of Research: Public Health
b. Completed Research Projects:
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