Health of the women and children in a country is indicative of the commitment of the Government of that country towards the overall development and welfare of its people. Government of India has taken up number of steps to promote the health of the women and children and is trying to extend the domain and improve the quality of health service.
The AYUSH systems have been actively involved in provision of health care services, including those to women and children. Out of these AYUSH systems. Homoeopathy has a strong role to play in the health of the women and children. The strength of Homoeopathy lies not only its efficacy and safety in the treatment of diseases but in its sense of caring, human approach and responsiveness to socio-cultural needs.
Burdwan Homoeopathy Medical College & Hospital has received permission from AYUSH for organizing community awareness camp on Homoeopathy for Mother and Child care & OPD clinics in its college premises & neighboring villages.
HOMOEOPATHY FOR MOTHER AND CHILD CARE
Enhance capacity and skills among homoeopathy practitioners in dealing with issues related to Mother and Child care.
To train the homoeopathic physicians in the management of women during pregnancy childbirth and puerperium and in dealing with common disease conditions of children.
To bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practice.
To increase coordination among the homoeopathic practitioners.
To create opportunities for interaction between Homoeopathic practitioners and Allopathic practitioners in dealing with mother and child related diseases.
To promote experience sharing and enhance opportunities for compilation of success stories thereby increase evidence base for effectiveness of Homoeopathy in mother and child care.
It is anticipated that following participation in this training program, homoeopathic physicians would be able to:
Appreciate their role as primary health care providers for women and children.
Identify their role in reducing morbidity associated with pregnancy and childbirth.
Recognize the value of holistic and comprehensive management and integrated health care through better coordination among homoeopaths, pediatricians and obstetricians.
Appreciate the importance of timely cross referral in patient care thereby, reducing the mortality associated with Mother and Child Care.
Establish Homoeopathy as the first line of
treatment in some of the conditions related to
maternal and child health.
Asim Kumar Samanta, Professor, H.O.D. & Vice-Principal ( Administration) B.Sc. D.M.S., M.D.(Hom)
CONSULTING PHYSICIANS ATTENDED M.C.H. CAMP
|DATE||AREA||NO. OF PATIENTS||
|20-09-2010||Idilpur Cap||31||Dr. T.K. Laha, Dr. Pranab Bhattacherjee|
|09/11/2010||Mahata, Burdwan||41||Dr. A.K. Samanta, Dr. Pranab Bhattacherjee|
|23-11-2010||Belkash, Burdwan||23||Dr. T.K. Laha, Dr. S. Samanta, Dr. P.K. Bhattacherjee|
|16-12-2010||Kanchannagar||18||Dr. Pranab Bhattacherjee, Dr. S. Samanta|
|23-12-2010||Baburbag||39||Dr. T.K. Laha, Dr. A.K. Samanta, Dr. P.K. Bhattacherjee|
|06-01-2011||Saraitikar||39||Dr. T.K. Laha, Dr. P.K. Bhattacherjee, Dr. R.N. Majumdar|
|12-01-2011||Badamtala||37||Dr. T.K. Laha, Dr. Pranab Bhattacherjee, Dr. A.K. Samanta|
|18-01-2011||Dishirpool||57||Dr. A.K. Bhattacherjee, Dr. P.K. Bhattacherjee|
|02-02-2011||Nasigram||79||Dr. Pranab Bhattacherjee, Dr. A.K. Bhattacherjee|
|11-02-2011||Nasigram||36||Dr. T.K. Laha, Dr. A.K. Samanta, Dr. P.K. Bhattacherjee, Dr. R.N. Majumdar|
|22-0202011||Mahata||42||Dr. T.K. Laha, Dr. A.K. Samanta, Dr. Pranab Bhattacherjee, Dr. S. Samanta|
|29-02-2011||Idilpur||34||Dr. S. Samanta, Dr. R.N. Majumdar|