Department of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases

Department Category of Post Name
Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases Professor Dr. Rekha Bansal
Assistant Professor Dr. Manisha Bhardwaj
Senior Resident Dr. Jitender Thakur
Junior Resident Dr. Noopur Moudgil

Competency and Objectives

Number COMPETENCY Domain Level Core Suggested Teaching Suggested Assessment Number required Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration
CT1.1 Describe and discuss the epidemiology of tuberculosis and its impact on the work , life and economy of India K KH y Lecture, small group discussion written/viva voce Community medicine
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to explain the epidemiology of Tuberculosis in India & worldlife K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to explain the impact of Tuberculosis on quality of life of patients K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to explain the impact of tuberculosis on the economy of india K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/viva voce
CT1.2 describe nad discuss the microbiology of tubercle bacilli, mode of transmission, pathogenesis, clinical evolution, and natural history of pulmonary and extrapulmonary forms (including lymph node, bone and CNS) K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/viva voce microbiology
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe the microbiology of tubercle bacilli K KH Y Lecture written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate the various modes of transmission of tubercle bacilli K KH y Lecture written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe the pathogenesis of tuberculosis K KH y Lecture written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe natural history of pulmonary tuberculosis K KH y Lecture written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe natural history of extrapulmonary tuberculosis K KH y Lecture written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe clinical evolution of pulmonary tuberculosis K KH y Lecture,small group discussion written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate various forms of extrapulmonary tuberculosis K KH y Lecture written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe clinical evolution of tuberculosis involving lymph nodes K KH y Lecture,small group discussion written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe clinical evolution of tuberculosis involving bones K KH y Lecture,small group discussion written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe clinical evolution of tuberculosis involving CNS K KH y Lecture,small group discussion written/viva voce
CT 1.3 Discuss and describe the impact of coinfection with HIV and other comorbid conditions, like Diabetes, on the natural history of tuberculosis K K Y Lecture, Small group discussion written Microbiology
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe the impact of TB-HIV coinfection on the natural course of disease K K Y Lecture, Small group discussion written
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe the impact of various comorbid conditions on the natural course of tuberculosis K K Y Lecture, Small group discussion written
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe the impact of diabetes on the natural course of tuberculosis K K Y Lecture, Small group discussion written
CT1.4 describe the epidemiology, predisposing factors and microbiological and therapeutic factors that determines resistance to dugs K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion Written/viva voce Community medicine, Microbiiology, Pharmacology
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to define drug resistance K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion Written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe epidemiology of drug resistance tuberculosis K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion Written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate factors predisposing drug resistance tuberculosis K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion Written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate microbiological factors predisposing drug resistance tuberculosis K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion Written/viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate therapeutic factors predisposing drug resistance tuberculosis K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion Written/viva voce
CT 1.5 Elicit, document and present an appropriate medical history that includes risk factors, contacts, symptoms including cough and fever, CNS and other manifestations S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to elicit an appropriate medical history of risk factors pertaining tuberculosis S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to elicit an appropriate medical history of contacts pertaining tuberculosis S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate symptoms suggestive of tuberculosis S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe cough S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe fever S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe CNS manifestations of tuberculosis S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to document medical history of risk factors pertaining tuberculosis S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to document medical history of contacts pertaining tuberculosis S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to present medical history pertaining to tuberculosis S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
CT1.6 Demonstrate and perform a systematic examination that establishes the diagnosis made on the clinical presentation that includes a a) general examination, b) examination of the chest and lung including loss of volume, mediastinal shift, percussion and auscultation( including DOAP session of lung sounds and added sounds ) c) examination of lymphatic system and d) relevant CNS examination S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to demonstrate a systematic examination that estabilishes a diagnosis made on the clinical presentation that includes general examination S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to demonstrate a systematic examination that estabilishes a diagnosis made on the clinical presentation that includes inspection of respiratory system S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to demonstrate a systematic examination that estabilishes a diagnosis made on the clinical presentation that includes palpation of respiratory system S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to demonstrate a systematic examination that estabilishes a diagnosis made on the clinical presentation that includes percussion of respiratory system S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to demonstrate a systematic examination that estabilishes a diagnosis made on the clinical presentation that includes auscultation of respiratory system S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to demonstrate a systematic examination of lymphatic system S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to demonstrate relevant CNS examination S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session Skill assessment
CT1.7 Perform and interpret PPD (mantoux) and describe and discuss the indications and pitfalls of the test S P Y DOAP session Maintenance of logbook Microbiology
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to perform mantoux skin test S P Y DOAP session Maintenance of logbook
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to interpret mantoux skin test S P Y DOAP session Maintenance of logbook
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe the mantoux skin test S P Y DOAP session Maintenance of logbook
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate the indications of mantoux skin test S P Y DOAP session Maintenance of logbook
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate the pitfalls of mantoux skin test S P Y DOAP session Maintenance of logbook
CT1.8 Generate a differential diagnosis based on the clinical history and evolution of the disease that prioritises the most likely diagnosis K K Y Bed side clinic / viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to generate a differential diagnosis based on clinical history K K Y Bed side clinic / viva voce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to generate a differential diagnosis based on evolution of the disease K K Y Bed side clinic / viva voce
CT1.9 Order and interpret diagnostic tests based on the clinical presentation including : CBC, Chest X ray PA view, Mantoux , sputum culture and sensitivity , pleural fluid examination and culture , HIV testing K K Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to order diagnostic tests based on clinical presentation of tuberculosis K K Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to interpret diagnostic tests based on clinical presentation of tuberculosis K K Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to explain which are definitive tests and basic tests for diagnosis of Tuberculosis K K Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must know that HIV testing is mandatory in patients of tuberculosis K K Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must know that blood sugar testing is mandatory in patients of tuberculosis K K Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT
CT1.10 Perform and interpret an AFB Stain S P Y DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT 1 microbiology
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate all the steps of ZN staining of AFB stain S P Y DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate all the steps of A-R staining of AFB stain S P Y DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to perform AFB stain S P Y DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to interpret ZN stain S P Y DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to interpret AR stain S P Y DOAP session SKILL ASSSESMENT
CT1.11 Assist in the performance , outline,the correct tests that require to be performed and interpret the results of pleural fluid aspiration S SH Y SKILL ASSSESMENT SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate the steps for pleural fluid aspiration S SH Y SKILL ASSSESMENT SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to perform pleural fluid aspiration under observation S SH Y SKILL ASSSESMENT SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to order the investigations to be done on pleural fluid aspirate S SH Y SKILL ASSSESMENT SKILL ASSSESMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to interpret the results of pleural fluid aspiration S SH Y SKILL ASSSESMENT SKILL ASSSESMENT
CT1.12 Enumerate the indications for tests including : serology, special cultures and polymerase chain reaction and sensitivity testing K KH Y small gropu discussion , lecture short note/vivavoce Microbiology
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate indications for serology of tuberculosis K KH Y small gropu discussion , lecture short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate indications for special cultures of tuberculosis K KH Y small gropu discussion , lecture short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate indications for polymerase chain reaction of tuberculosis K KH Y small gropu discussion , lecture short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate indications for sensitivity testing of tuberculosis K KH Y small gropu discussion , lecture short note/vivavoce
CT1.13 Describe and discuss the origin , indications, technique of administration , efficacy and complications of BCG vaccine K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce Microbiology
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe origin of BCG vaccine K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate indications BCG vaccine K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe the technique of administration of BCG vaccine K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe the efficacy of BCG vaccine K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate the complications of BCG vaccine K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce
CT1.14 Describe and discuss the pharmacology of various antitubercular drugs , their indications , contraindications, interactions and adverse reactions K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce Microbiology
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate various antitubercular drugs K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to classify various antitubercular drugs K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate indications of various antitubercular drugs K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate contraindications of various antitubercular drugs K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate interactions of various antitubercular drugs K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to enumerate adverse drug reactions of various antitubercular drugs K KH Y lecture, small group discussion short note/vivavoce
CT1.15 Prescribe an appropriate anti tubercular regimen based on the location of disease smear positivity and comorbidities based on current national guidelines including directly observed tuberculosis therapy K SH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion SKILL ASSESSMENT pharmacology, community medicine
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to prescribe an appropriate anti tubercular regimen based on location of the disease K SH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion SKILL ASSESSMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to prescribe an appropriate anti tubercular regimen based on sputum smear microscopy test K SH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion SKILL ASSESSMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to prescribe an appropriate anti tubercular regimen based on comorbidities K SH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion SKILL ASSESSMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to describe current national guidelines including directly obseved tuberculosis therapy K SH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion SKILL ASSESSMENT
At the end of the session Phase IV student must be able to prescribe treatment on the basis of current national guidelines K SH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion SKILL ASSESSMENT
CT1.16 Describe the appropriate precautions, screening, testing and indications for chemoprophylaxis for contacts and exposed health care workers K KH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion Written community medicine
At the end of session phase IV student must know appropriate precautions for contacts K KH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion Written
At the end of session phase IV student must know appropriate precautions for exposed health care workers K KH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion Written
At the end of session phase IV student must know the screening protocol for contacts K KH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion Written
At the end of session phase IV student must know the screening protocol for exposed health care workers K KH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion Written
At the end of session phase IV student must know the indications for chemoprophylaxis for contacts K KH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion Written
At the end of session phase IV student must know the indications for chemoprophylaxis for exposed health care workers K KH Y bedside clinic, lecture, small group discussion Written
CT1.17 Define criteria for the cure of tuberculosis; describe the features of drug resistant tuberculosis, prevention and therapeutic regimens K KH Y lecture, small group discussion written
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to define criteria for the cure of tuberculosis K KH Y lecture, small group discussion written
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the features of drug resistant tuberculosis K KH Y lecture, small group discussion written
At the end of session phase IV student must know measures to prevent MDR tuberculosis K KH Y lecture, small group discussion written
At the end of session phase IV student must know various therapeutic regimens for drug resistant tuberculosis K KH Y lecture, small group discussion written
CT1.18 Educate health care workers on National Program of Tuberculosis and administering and monitoring the DOTS program C SH Y DOAP SKILL ASSESSMENT community medicine
At the end of session phase IV student must know how to educate health care workers on National Program of tuberculosis C SH Y DOAP SKILL ASSESSMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must know how to administer DOTS program C SH Y DOAP SKILL ASSESSMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must know how to monitor DOTS program C SH Y DOAP SKILL ASSESSMENT
CT1.19 Communicate with patients and family in empathetic manner about diagnosis and drug therapy S P Y DOAP session SKILL ASSESMENT AETCOM
At the end of session phase IV student must know how to communicate with the patients in empathetic manner about diagnosis S P Y DOAP session SKILL ASSESMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must know how to communicate with the family in empathetic manner about diagnosis S P Y DOAP session SKILL ASSESMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must know how to communicate with the patients in empathetic manner about drug therapy S P Y DOAP session SKILL ASSESMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must know how to communicate with the family in empathetic manner about drug therapy S P Y DOAP session SKILL ASSESMENT
CT2.1 Define and classify obstructive airway disease K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce Physiology, pathology
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to define obstructive airway disease K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to classify obstructive airway disease K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to define bronchial asthma K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to define chronic bronchitis K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to define emphysema K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
CT2.2 Describe and discuss the epidemiology, risk factors and evolution of the disease K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce Physiology, pathology
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the epidemiology of chronic bronchitis K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the epidemiology of Bronchial asthma K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the epidemiology of emphysema K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate risk factors of chronic bronchitis K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate risk factors of Bronchial asthma K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate risk factors of emphysema K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the evolution of chronic bronchitis K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the evolution of bronchial asthma K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the evolution of emphysema K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
CT2.3 Enumerate and describe the causes of acute episodes in patients with obstructive airway disease K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate causes of acute episodes of chronic bronchitis K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate causes of acute episodes of Bronchial asthma K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe causes of acute episodes of chronic bronchitis K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe causes of acute episodes of Bronchial asthma K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
CT2.4 Describe and discuss the physiology and pathophysiology of hypoxia and hypercapnea K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce Physiology, pathology
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to define hypoxia K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate the causes of hypoxia K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the physiology of hypoxia in various clinical condition K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the pathophysiology of hypoxia in various clinical condition K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to define hypercapnea K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate the causes of hypercapnea K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the physiology of hypercapnea in various clinical condition K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the pathophysiology of hypercapnea in various clinical condition K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
CT2.5 Describe and discuss the genetics of alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency in emphysema K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce Physiology, pathology
At the end of session phase IV student must know the prevalence of alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency in emphysema K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must know the clinical features of alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency in emphysema K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the genetics of alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency in emphysema K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must know the investigations of alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency in emphysema K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must know the treatment of alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency in emphysema K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
CT2.6 Describe the role of environment in cause and exacerbation of the disease K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce pathology
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the role of environment in the cause of chronic bronchitis K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the role of environment in the cause of bronchial asthma K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the role of environment in the exacerbation of chronic bronchitis K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the role of environment in the exacerbation of bronchial asthma K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
CT2.7 Describe and discuss allergic and nonallergic precipitants of obstructive airway disease K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce pathology
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the allergic precipitants of chronic bronchitis K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the allergic precipitants of bronchial asthma K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the nonallergic precipitants of chronic bronchitis K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe the non allergic precipitants of bronchial asthma K KH Y Lecture,small group discussion, Written/vivavoce
CT2.8 Elicit document and present a medical history that will differentiate the etiology of obstructive airway disease, severities and precipitants S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to elicit a medical history to differentiate different etiologies of obstructive airway disease S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to elicit a medical history to differentiate different severities of obstructive airway disease S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to elicit a medical history to differentiate different precipitants of obstructive airway disease S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to document a medical history to differentiate different etiologies of obstructive airway disease S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to document a medical history to differentiate different severities of obstructive airway disease S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to document a medical history to differentiate different precipitants of obstructive airway disease S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to present a medical history to differentiate different etiologies of obstructive airway disease S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to present a medical history to differentiate different severities of obstructive airway disease S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to present a medical history to differentiate different precipitants of obstructive airway disease S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
CT2.9 Perform a systematic examination that establishes the diagnosis and severity that includes measurement of respiratory rate , level of respiratory distress, effort tolerance , breathsounds , added sounds, identification of signs of consolidation pleural effusion and pneumothorax S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to Perform a systematic examination that establishes the diagnosis S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must know how to measure respiratory rate S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to perform a systematic examination to identify level of respiratory distress S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to perform a systematic examination to identify effort tolerance S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to recognise normal breath sounds S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to recognise added sounds S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must know signs of consolidation S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must know signs of pleural effusion S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must know signs of pneumothorax S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
CT2.10 Generate a differential diagnosis and prioritise based on clinical features that suggest a specific etiology S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate the differential diagnosis based on etiology S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate the differential diagnosis based on clinical features S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
CT2.11 Describe , discuss and interpret pulmonary function tests S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment Physiology, pathology
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate pulmonary function tests S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe pulmonary function tests S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to interpret pulmonary function tests S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session skill assessment
CT2.12 Perform and interpret peak expiratory flow rate S P Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session /Documentation in log bookskill assessment 3
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to define peak expiratory flow rate S P Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session /Documentation in log bookskill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must know about peak expiratory flow meter S P Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session /Documentation in log bookskill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to perform peak expiratory flow rate S P Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session /Documentation in log bookskill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to interpret peak expiratory flow rate S P Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session /Documentation in log bookskill assessment
CT2.13 Describe the appropriate diagnostic workup based on the presumed aetiology S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to order the appropriate diagnostic investigations based on the presumed aetiology S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to interpret the appropriate diagnostic investigations based on the presumed aetiology S SH Y Bedside clinic, DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
CT2.14 Enumerate the indications for and interpret the results of : pulse oximetry, ABG, Chest radiograph K SH Y Bedside clinic, SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION,DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate indications for pulse oximetry K SH Y Bedside clinic, SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION,DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate indications for ABG K SH Y Bedside clinic, SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION,DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate indications for chest radiograph K SH Y Bedside clinic, SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION,DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to interpret results of pulse oximetry K SH Y Bedside clinic, SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION,DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to interpret results of ABG K SH Y Bedside clinic, SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION,DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to interpret results of chest radiograph K SH Y Bedside clinic, SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION,DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
CT2.15 Generate a differential diagnosis and prioritise based on clinical features that suggest a specific etiology K SH Y Bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate the differential diagnosis based on etiology K SH Y Bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to enumerate the differential diagnosis based on clinical features K SH Y Bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session WRITTEN/skill assessment
CT2.16 Discuss and describe therapies for OAD including bronchodilators, leucotriene inhibitors, mast cell stabilisers, theophylline,inhaled and systemic steroids, oxygen and immunotherapy K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion WRITTEN / VIVA VOCE Pharmacology
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to classify various group of drugs for COAD K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion WRITTEN / VIVA VOCE
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe bronhodilators K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion WRITTEN / VIVA VOCE
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe leucotriene inhibitors K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion WRITTEN / VIVA VOCE
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe mast cell stabilisers K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion WRITTEN / VIVA VOCE
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe theophylline K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion WRITTEN / VIVA VOCE
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe inhaled and systemic steroids K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion WRITTEN / VIVA VOCE
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe oxygen therapy for OAD K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion WRITTEN / VIVA VOCE
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe immunotherapy K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion WRITTEN / VIVA VOCE
CT2.17 Describe and discuss the indications for vaccinations in OAD K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe indications for vaccinations in COAD K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe efficacy of vaccinations in COAD K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/vivavoce
CT2.18 Develop a therapeutic plan including the use of bronchodilators and inhaled corticosteroids K SH Y bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session written/SKILL ASSESMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must know various therapeutic guidelines for COAD K SH Y bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session written/SKILL ASSESMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must know GOLD guidelines for COPD K SH Y bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session written/SKILL ASSESMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must know GINA guidelines for bronchial asthma K SH Y bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session written/SKILL ASSESMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to prepare a therapeutic plan for COAD based on therapeutic guidelines K SH Y bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session written/SKILL ASSESMENT
CT2.19 Develop a management plan for acute exacerbations including bronchodilators, systemic steroids , antimicrobial therapy K SH Y bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session written/SKILL ASSESMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must know various signs and symptoms of acute exacerbation of COAD K SH Y bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session written/SKILL ASSESMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to develop a management plan for acute exacerbation of COPD K SH Y bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session written/SKILL ASSESMENT
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to develop a management plan for acute exacerbation of bronchial asthma K SH Y bedside clinics, small group discussion, DOAP session written/SKILL ASSESMENT
CT2.20 Describe and discuss the the principles and use of oxygen therapy in the hospital and at home K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must know the principles of oxygen therapy in hospital K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must know the principles of oxygen therapy in home K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must know how to give oxygen therapy in hospital K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/vivavoce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to give instructions for how to use oxygen therapy at home K KH Y Lecture, small group discussion written/vivavoce
CT2.21 Describe, discuss and council patients on smoking cessation K/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment AETCOM
At the end of session phase IV student must know about hazardous effects of smoking on human health K/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must know about association of smoking and COAD K/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must know about 5As of smoking cessation K/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to council patient on smoking cessation K/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must know about the pharmacological and nonpharmacological measures for smoking cessation K/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
CT2.22 Demonstrate and council patients on correct use of inhalers S/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must know what is aerosol therapy S/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must know how aerosol therapy is the main stay of treatment for COAD S/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must know various techniques for aerosol therapy S/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must know how to use inhalers correctly S/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to demonstrate the patients on correct use of inhalers S/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to council patients on the correct use of inhalational therapy S/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
CT2.23 Communicate diagnosis , plan and subsequent follow up plan to patients K/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to communicate diagnosis to the patient K/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to communicate treatment plan to patients K/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to communicate subsequent follow up plan to patients K/C SH Y DOAP session Skill asssesment
CT2.24 Recognise the impact of COAD on patients quality of life, well being, work and family A KH Y Small group discussion, bedside clinics observation by faculty Community medicine
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to recognise impact of COAD on patients quality of life A KH Y Small group discussion, bedside clinics observation by faculty
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to recognise impact of COAD on patients well being A KH Y Small group discussion, bedside clinics observation by faculty
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to recognise impact of COAD on patients work A KH Y Small group discussion, bedside clinics observation by faculty
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to recognise impact of COAD on patients family A KH Y Small group discussion, bedside clinics observation by faculty
CT2.25 Discuss and describe the impact of OAD on the society and workplace K KH Y lecture,Small group discussion Written/ viva voce Community medicine
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe impact of COAD on society K KH Y lecture,Small group discussion Written/ viva voce
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe impact of COAD at workplace K KH Y lecture,Small group discussion Written/ viva voce
CT2.26 Describe and discuss preventive measures to reduce OAD at work place K KH Y lecture,Small group discussion Written/ viva voce Community medicine
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to describe preventive measures to reduce OAD at workplace K KH Y lecture,Small group discussion Written/ viva voce
CT2.27 Demonstrate an understanding of patients inability to change working, living and environmental factors that influence progression of airway disease A KH Y small group discussion, bedside clinics observation by faculty Community medicine
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to Demonstrate an understanding of patients inability to change working that influence progression of airway disease A KH Y small group discussion, bedside clinics observation by faculty
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to Demonstrate an understanding of patients inability to change living that influence progression of airway disease A KH Y small group discussion, bedside clinics observation by faculty
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to Demonstrate an understanding of patients inability to change environmental factors that influence progression of airway disease A KH Y small group discussion, bedside clinics observation by faculty
CT2.28 Demonstrate an understanding for the difficulties faced by patients during smoking cessation A KH Y small group discussion, bedside clinics observation by faculty
At the end of session phase IV student must be able to demonstrate an understanding for the difficulties faced by patients during smoking cessation A KH Y small group discussion, bedside clinics observation by faculty