Iamra and developing countries
Download
1 / 17

IAMRA and Developing Countries - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 148 Views
  • Uploaded on

IAMRA and Developing Countries. Dr. M Sohail K Hashmi Secretary/Registrar Pakistan Medical & Dental Council www.pmdc.org.pk. INTRODUCTION. It is a body Corporate constituted under Pakistan Medical & Dental Council Ordinance 1962 which was later amended through an act of Parliament in 1973.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' IAMRA and Developing Countries' - ophira


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Iamra and developing countries

IAMRA and Developing Countries

Dr. M Sohail K Hashmi

Secretary/Registrar

Pakistan Medical & Dental Council

www.pmdc.org.pk


Introduction

INTRODUCTION

It is a body Corporate constituted under Pakistan Medical & Dental Council Ordinance 1962 which was later amended through an act of Parliament in 1973


Composition of the council pm dc ordinance 1962 section 3 1
COMPOSITION OF THE COUNCILPM&DC Ordinance 1962 Section 3(1)


FUNCTIONS OF PM&DC

  • Register Students of Medical & Dental Institutions

  • Maintain the Register of Medical & Dental Practitioners.

  • Prescribe a uniform minimum standard of courses of training for obtaining graduate and post graduate medical and dental qualifications.

  • Prescribe minimum requirements for the content and duration of courses of study.

  • Prescribe the conditions for admission of courses of training as aforesaid.

  • Prescribe minimum qualification and experience required of teachers for appointment .

  • Prescribe and standards of examinations methods of conducting the examinations.

  • Prescribe the qualifications, and experience required of examiners for professional examinations.

  • Approve Medical & Dental Institution for training of undergraduate & postgraduate qualification.

  • Inspection of undergraduate & postgraduate examination for standardization.

  • Code of Ethics for Medical & Dental Practitioners & cases against registered practitioners.

  •  Inspection and approval of Hospital for House Job.

  • Guidelines for Medical & Dental Journals.


MEDICAL

DENTAL

Public Sector

20

8

Private sector

18

11

Total

38

19

COLLEGES IN PAKISTAN


BASIC QUALIFICATION

MEDICAL

TOTAL

18741

M.B.B.S

DENTAL

103607

403

TOTAL

B.D.S

6879

19144

L.S.M.F

1090

MEDICAL/DENTAL PRACTITIONERS REGISTERED

UPTO(31-10-2006)

TOTAL=103607 + 6879 + 1090 = 111576

MEDICAL/DENTAL PRACTITIONERS(WITH ADDITIONAL POSTGRADUATE QUALIFICATIONS) REGISTERED

UPTO(31-10-2006)

GRAND TOTAL=111576 + 19144 = 130720


Student s registration

YEAR

PUBLIC SECTOR

PRIVATE SECTOR

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

GRAND TOTAL

2002

1623

47.2%

1819

52.8%

3442

69.0%

654

42.3%

892

57.7%

1546

31.0%

4988

2003

1507

44.9%

1846

55.1%

3353

67.33%

685

42.0%

942

58.0

1627

32.6%

4980

2004

1704

2090

3794

599

874

1473

5267

STUDENT’S REGISTRATION


Total no of registered doctors period 01 12 05 to 31 12 2005
Total No. of Registered DoctorsPeriod :: 01/12/05 To 31/12/2005


National Examination Board

  • Back Ground

  • MBBS Equivalence Examination

  • started from 1991

  • BDS Equivalence Examination

  • started from 2001

  • Postgraduate Equivalence Examination 2002

  • Examinations conducted 27


INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITATION OF PM&DC STANDARDS

The system of recognition/accreditation through inspection by PM&DC had also been reviewed by the National Committee on Foreign Medical Education & Accreditation (NCFMEA) of U.S. department of education appointed by U.S. Secretary of Education. NCFMEA has decided in March, 2003 that the standards used by PM&DC for accreditation of medical colleges are comparable to those used by the U.S.A. The position of the countries decided during meeting was as under:


UNITED STATES EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

(NCFMEA)

Countries Having Comparable Accreditation Standards

1.AUSTRALIA (2/95 )

2.CANADA (2/95 )

3.GRENADA (9/96 )

4.UNITED KINGDOM (9/96)

6.DENMARK (3/97)

7.HUNGARY(3/97)

8.INDIA (3/97)

9.IRELAND (3/97)

10.DOMINICA (10/97)

11.DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (10/97)

12.MEXICO (10/97)

13.MONTSERRAT (10/97)

14.POLAND (10/97)

15.ST.MAARTEN (10/97)

16.CZECH REPUBLIC (3/98)

17.THE NETHERLANDS (3/98)

18.THAILAND (10/98)

19.COSTA RICA (3/99)

20.PHILIPPINES (3/99)

21.ISRAEL (9/99)

22.SWEDEN (9/00)

23.TAIWAN (3/02)

24. CAYMAN ISLANDS (9/02)

5.PAKISTAN (3/97)


Iamra
IAMRA

Forum for the development of concepts and new approaches in medical regulations and to support regulatory authorities in protecting the public. Working for promotion of the international Cooperation and collaboration among regulatory authorities and to facilitate the exchange of medical regulatory information.


Iamra mission
IAMRA(Mission)

  • Standardization of Medical Education.

  • Promote electronic capabilities of members.

  • Addressing of privacy issues.

  • Identifying protocols for Medical graduates.

  • Exchange of Information on Physicians.

  • Working on International Medical Passport.


IAMRA & DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

  • GUIDANCE

  • - Medical Practice

  • - Registration System

  • - Professional Competencies

  • - Conduct

  • OPPORTUNITIES

  • - On Job Training

  • - Postgraduate Medical Education


IAMRA & DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

  • FAST TRACK CREDENTIALING

  • 1. Examination

  • 2. Good Standing

  • 3. Monitoring

  • COLLABORATION

  • - Research

  • - Trainings

  • - Distant Learning



ad