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Community Medicine is a branch of medicine dealing with health care issues affecting communities as a whole. It gives a broader view on the subject of health, educating students on the role of social, cultural and environmental determinants on the health of community. Students are taught about the existing public health care delivery system of India and health programs. The subject attempts to acquaint the student with incipient and early phases of disease and management of such cases. The knowledge of epidemiology inculcated in training, helps student understand the disease dynamics and transmission. Research and statistics, train undergraduate to critically interpret the published health information.

We aim to produce graduates of medicine who are effective community leaders in healthcare delivery, understand the health needs of community as a whole, are updated with current global and national health challenges and are equipped well to respond to outbreaks and provide comprehensive (Preventive, promotive and curative) health care to the community.

Academics arow
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Teaching in Community Medicine is deliveredas through interactive lectures, tutorials, field visits to urban and rural health training centers ands field visits. We have nearly 376 hours of teacshing during entire MBBS course. In first yearssss nearly 60 hours of teaching, 200 hours infgght second and third year and 116 hours in fourtht year respectively. Amongst the teaching hourst we have 148 hours of didactic lectures, trying..
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Training arow
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Students are given internship training by posting them in Urban training center of Nangal and Rural health training center of Brijwasan. Students get a diverse, rich clinical experience of interaction with the community at first point of contact. They observe and are involved in the delivery of primary care services e.g. Out Patient care, immunization, family planning and reproductive health services. Along with the posting at the centre they conduct community based research. Few of the researches conducted..
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Dr (Col) Rajul Kumar Gupta
Dr (Col) Rajul Kumar Gupta
Professor
Dr (Brig) Ashok Kumar Jindal
Dr (Brig) Ashok Kumar Jindal
Professor & HoD
Dr (Surg Cdr) Saurabh Bobdey
Dr (Surg Cdr) Saurabh Bobdey
Associate Professor
Dr (Col) MP Cariappa
Dr (Col) MP Cariappa
Associate Professor
Dr (Lt Col) Kapil Pandya
Dr (Lt Col) Kapil Pandya
Assistant Professor
Dr (Surg Cdr) George Koshy
Dr (Surg Cdr) George Koshy
Assistant Professor
Dr (Lt Col) Sumit Lathwal
Dr (Lt Col) Sumit Lathwal
Assistant Professor
Dr (Lt Col) Harpreet Singh
Dr (Lt Col) Harpreet Singh
Assistant Professor
Dr (Maj) Neha Singh
Dr (Maj) Neha Singh
Assistant Professor
Dr (Lt Col) Archana Singh
Dr (Lt Col) Archana Singh
Assistant Professor

MR-07947X- Lt Col Archana Singh

Date of Commission – 08 Feb 1999

OC SHO, Shakurbasti

Asst Professor in Community Medicine

MBBS -1996- Tirunelveli Medical college- Dr MGR Medical University

MD-Community Medicine-2005-AFMC- Pune university

Awarded GOC – IN- Commendation card for professional excellence thrice in year-2006,2010,2015

Attended and presented papers in national as well international conferences.

Research work- 4 current AFMRC project- Two as Principle worker

and two as co-worker.

Paper Published

“Received acceptance lr from editor-in-chief of Indian Journal of Communicable Diseases on the topic of “A study of knowledge, attitude and practices about leprosy among rural population”.

 

Dr(Surg Cdr) Anand Neelkanthan
Dr(Surg Cdr) Anand Neelkanthan
Associate Professor
Dr (Brig) Atul Kotwal
Dr (Brig) Atul Kotwal
Professor

Brig (Prof) Atul Kotwal, SM
MD, FIPHA, FIAPSM, MAMS
Armed Forces Medical Services, India
dratulkotwal@gmail.com; 918860438811
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
MBBS (1984), AFMC, Pune;
MD (PSM, 1991), AFMC, Pune;
Post Doc Fellowship – Epidemiology (AIIMS & JNU, New Delhi) – 2001-04
WHO Fellow, Advanced Course on Monitoring & Evaluation: Newer Advances in Health Care Systems, Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam.
RESEARCH WORK
Papers Published: 76
Papers Presented: 61
Chapters / Books Authored: 06
Armed Forces Funded Medical Research Projects: 22
Non-Armed Forces Funded Medical Research Projects: 16 (ICMR, DBT, etc.)
Other Research Projects: Guided: four ICMR, STS project; and 02 MUHS projects
TEACHING
Faculty in-charge of WHO fellowship in Epidemiology and Research Methodology in Armed Force
UG and PG Examiner – DU, IP Univ, MUHS, KLE, SKM, AIIHPH, AIIMS
Professor, Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, India
Professor & Head, Army College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India
AWARDS & HONOURS
Sena Medal (Gallantry) – 1988; Army Cdr (CC) Commendation – 1996; COAS Commendation-2015
Best Research papers Awards: 11
Orations: 02
MEMBERSHIP / FELLOWSHIP
Indian Public Health Association (Fellow)
Indian Association of Preventive & Social Medicine (Fellow)
International Epidemiological Association (Member)
Member Academy of Medical Sciences, India
ADVISOR / IMPORTANT APPOINTMENTS

o Consultant, Public Health, Govt of Botswana – 1997-2000
o OSD (Public Health), Planning Commission – 2007-08
o Advisor, ICRIER, New Delhi; Advisor, NHSSRC, New Delhi-2007
o Professor, Dept of Comm Med, AFMC, Pune- 2008-12
o Editor-in-Chief, Medical Journal Armed Forces India – 2009-2012
o Joint Editor, Indian Journal of Public Health Jan 2010 onwards
o Professor and Head, Dept of Comm Med, ACMS, New Delhi- 2012-2014
o Director Medical Research, Armed Forces Medical Services – 2012-2014
o Commandant, World’s Highest Multi-speciality Hospital, Leh, India -2014 onwards
o Member, National Health Policy 2015, Team

Dr V Revathy Agnihotri
Dr V Revathy Agnihotri
Tutor

Dr V.RevathyAgnihotri (Tutor) has done her M.B.B.S from KMC, Chennai and is trained in Family Medicine(DNB) from St Stephens Hospital, Delhi. She has joined ACMS in September 2009. She has done a non academic residency program for 2yrs in emergency department of AIIMS, New Delhi. Her interest areas include emergency medicine and practice of family medicine as a part of community health.

Mr. Vishal Sharma
Mr. Vishal Sharma
Assistant Professor (Statistician)

Mr. Vishal Sharma (Assistant Professor cum Statistician),has passed his M.Sc. (Statistics) in 2005, from Department of Statistics, Vikram University, Ujjain (M.P.).He has worked at MMMC&H as an Assistant Professor of Statistics. He has been teaching at ACMS since August 2015. His areas of interest include Hypothesis Testing in Bio-Medical Research, Confidence Interval, Normal Distribution, Parametric Test (All t-test and ANOVA test) and Epidemiology.

Dr Manisha Arora
Dr Manisha Arora
Assistant Professor

Dr Manisha Arora (Assistant Professor) has specialized in Social and Preventive Medicine from National Board of Examinations, New Delhi. An alumna of HIMS, Dehradun, she has actively pursued her interest in Integrative Medicine in India and the United Kingdom. Currently serving as a faculty member, her other key interest areas include mental health, environmental health,public health pedagogy and practice.

Dr. Priya Arora
Dr. Priya Arora
Associate Professor

Dr. Priya Arora (Associate Professor) is an alum of Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi. She has passed her MBBS in 1998 and MD in year 2004.She has worked at VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital as a Senior Resident. She has been teaching at ACMS since 2010. Her areas of interest include epidemiology, maternal &child health and community based teaching.