General Information about the department

 Teaching faculty

 Non teaching faculty

 Services

 Academic Activities

 Research Activities

 

1.      General Information about the Department

The focus of Department of Community Medicine is to impart medical education oriented towards Primary health care. The department aims to improve the competencies of students (UG, PG) to provide promotive, preventive and basic curative services. The objective is to develop professional skills of the students for planning, organizing & managing these services with community participation and also to develop skills required to conduct clinical & epidemiological research. The Department of community medicine provides primary health care through its rural and urban training health centres in collaboration with District Health and Family welfare department.

2.      Teaching faculty

 

Sl. No

Name

Qualification

Designation

1

Dr. D.D. Bant

MBBS., M.D., DNB., PGDHHM

Professor & H.O.D

2

Dr. Geeta V Bathija

MBBS., M.D

Professor

3

Dr.LaxmikantLokare.

MBBS., M.D

Associate Professor

4

Dr. ManeeshaGodbole.

MBBS., M.D

Associate Professor

5

Dr. Manjunath S Nekar.

MBBS., M.D., PGDGM

Associate Professor

6

Dr. KanteshShiddaraddi

MBBS., M.D

Associate Professor

7

Dr. Mahesh D Kurugodiyavar

MBBS., M.D

Assistant Professor

8

Dr .RanaSarvar

MBBS., M.D., DNB

Assistant Professor

9

Dr. RizwanaShaikh

MBBS., M.D., DPHE

Assistant Professor

10

 

Smt. S.R. Itagimath

M.Sc.,  M.Phil., PGDC, Ph.D.

Bio-Statistician Cum Assistant Professor.

11

Dr. S.A Gokhale

MBBS

Tutor

12

Dr. Y.B. Jaykar.

MBBS

Tutor

13

Dr. BushraJabeen

MBBS

Tutor

14

Dr. Sushma H R

MBBS

Tutor

 

Post Graduate Students:

 

Sl. No.

Name

Qualification

Designation

1

Dr Kashavva B A (2017)

MBBS

2

Dr Anjana R Joshi (2017)

MBBS

3

Dr Roopkala N (2017)

MBBS

4

Dr Tewe U Kapfu (2018)

MBBS

5

Dr Raghavendra (2018)

MBBS

6

Dr Shiv Kumar  (2018)

MBBS

7

Dr Akshay S (2019)

MBBS

 

 

2. Non teaching faculty

Sl.No.

Name

Designation

1

Sri. ManjunathNaduvinamani

Health educator /Asst. Professor

2

Smt. Margaret Mary

Sr. lab Technician

3

Smt. Sushma Desai

Jr. lab Technician

4

ManjunathAnnigeri

Social Worker

5

Deepali D Rodakar

Social Worker

6

Sri. Mohan P

Clerk/Computer Operator

7

Sri. P G Shiraguppi

Attendar

8

Sri. Ravi C Shewale

Attendar

9

Smt. Padma F Holemmanavar

Attendar

10

Smr. NazreenNadaf

Attendar

3. Services:

The department of community medicine conducts field training & provides services at field practice area in the urban and rural areas through the urban and rural health training centers respectively. The department staff, faculty, postgraduates, interns are posted to these centers regularly.

  1. Urban Health Training Center: The Urban Health training center Banthikatta at Sadarsofa, old Hubli  is located approximately 4 Km away from the college campus.  It caters to a 3 wards of Hubli-dharwad Muncipal corporation namely Ward 54, Ward 59, Ward 60 with a population of 34300 in 5953 households. UPHC has all the basic clinical facilities, mini OT, essential medicines, day care facility. Staffs, Post Graduate & Interns are posted by rotation in the RHTC. All the National health programs are executed with facility staff including from the department of community medicine KIMS and field staff.

 

Services at UHTC

School Health check up, Anganwadi visits

Family visits: one day in a week

OPD: Daily

Immunization: Every Thursday

Ante-Natal Clinic: Every Tuesday and Thursday

Activities under ongoing National/state health programs and schemes.

Family planning services

NCD screening

Basic laboratory services

Health Education/IEC

Referral services

 

 

  1. Rural Health Training Center: Rural health training center at PHC Mishrikote, is located approximately 18 kms form the KIMS campus, it caters to a population of 28,608 in 10 villages through 5 sub centers in coordination with 31 Anganwadi centers. 

Services/Activities at RHTC

OPD

IPD with 6 beds

Immunization

Ante-Natal checkup

Deliveries

NCD screening

Family planning services

Minor OT services

Basic laboratory services

Health Education/IEC

National health prorammes

Referral services

 

Field based training activities are carried out in the urban & rural health training centers for Medical undergraduate & postgraduate students, interns & paramedical students.

Training activities at UHTC & RHTC

Field visits

Health education

Project work

Health camps

Family study

Community diagnosis

Investigation of outbreaks

Training for health workers/Anganwadi workers

Health needs assessment

 

 

  1. Training and services are also provided by Department of community medicine at Taluka hospital Kalghatagi and PHC Noolvi.
  2. Department of community medicine also runs Immunization clinic, epidemiology unit mainly for surveillance and reporting of malaria cases and investigation of outbreaks.
  3. Health Education on daily basis to patients and patient attenders at ANC, PNC, Cancer, TB, Leprosy, PEM wards in Hospital and outside hospital in slum areas through effective communication techniques.
  4. Training in research methodology, providing consultancy services to Postgraduates and faculty of other departments fordesigning, data management and statistical analysis of research studies.
  5. Co-ordination with district health authorities in implementation, monitoring & evaluation of national health programmes and any other health activities.

 

4. Academic Activities

Teaching programme

Under graduate (MBBS)

(numbers/–month)

Post Graduate

(MD Community medicine)

(numbers/–month)

Seminars

During Project postings

Every Wednesday or Saturday

Journal club

Every Wednesday or Saturday

Case presentations

During clinico social postings

Every Wednesday or Saturday

Theory class

5 classes/week

Biostatistics every Thursday

Practical

2 classes/week

6 sessions on Tuesday

Filed visits/postings

Field visits for one month for each posted batch

Field/peripheral postings to Depts of Med, Ped, OBG, Skin Micro, Psychiatry, PHL

Pedagogy

6 Sessions on Wednesday

 

Nursing PG

(I year MSc nursing)

(numbers/–month)

Paramedical

DHI-II

DHI-III

Theory class

3 classes /week

3 classes/week

3 classes/week

Practical

1 class/week

1 class/week

Filed visits           

Vegetable market, Hotel/Kitchen, Slaughter house, STP, PHC, SC, Water filtration plant, CBWTF, DTC, UHTC, PCB, Factory, Anganwadi, ART center, Milk dairy, Blind school, Community Swimming pool

5. Research Activities:

Projects:

Sl. No

Title of the project

Principal Investigator

1

International Research Demonstration Project- ICHAP-DHARWD(Manitoba University, Canada Project funded by CIDA)

Dr D D Bant

Professor & HOD

2

Alcohol harm Project-International Project –NIMHANS Colloboration funded by THAI Government and WHO

Dr D D Bant

Professor & HOD

3

Slum Hand  Hygiene  Project  Funded by BERKLY University -USA

Dr D D Bant

Professor & HOD

4

District IDD survey for Gadag District funded by GoK- 2010

Dr D D Bant

Professor & HOD

5.

Supportive supervision of routine immunisation activities in Gadag district funded by UNICEF &GoK 2011-12

Dr D D Bant

Dr LaxmikanthLokare

Dr Mulkipatil S Y

6.

Supportive supervision of IMNCI activities funded by GoK 2014-2015

Dr D D Bant

Dr LaxmikanthLokare

Dr Mahesh D K

7.

District IDD survey for Dharwad District – 2019

All staff and Postgraduates

8.

Urinary Cotinine, Breath carbon monoxide levels: Perinatal outcomes in urban field practice area of KIMS Hubballi. Approved by MRU under DHR

Dr Mahesh D K

Assistant professor

Publications of the faculty  2011 to  2020

S. No

Publication

National / International

1

Bant D D, Venkatesha M., Bathija VG, Lokare L, Godbole M, Nekar MS. Health and psychosocial profile among HIV affected children – A case control study. IJRRMS Apr-Jun 2013;3(2):38-40.

National

2

Bant DD – A Comparative study of infant feeding practices in ICDS and Non ICDS Areas Management Journal of Health, jhm.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/1/1/161.

International

3

Mahesh V, Bant DD, Bathija GV, Dixit UR, Lokare L, Itagimath SR. Study on Awareness of Immunization of Children Among the Mothers in Slums of Field Practice Area of Urban Health Training Centre, KIMS, Hubli. Karnataka Journal of Community Health 2008-09;20:62-66.

National

4

Venkatesha M, Bant DD, Bathija GV. Clinical and psychological profile of HIV Orphans in North Karnataka – A longitudinal study. Global J Medi and Public Health 2013;2(3):1-6.

International

5

Kaul V, Bant DD, Bendigeri ND, Bathija VG. A Brief Medico –Socio-Demographic Profile of Non-Fatal Road Traffic Accident Cases Admitted To Karnataka Institute Of Medical Sciences. Scholars Research Journal 2010;1(1):32-36.

International

6

Bathija GV, Bant DD, Itagimath SR. Study on Usage Of Woman Hygiene Kit Among Menstruating Age Group in Field Practice Area Of KIMS, Hubli. IJBR 2013;4(2):94-98.

National

7

Bathija GV, Bant DD, Itagimath SR. Study On Prevalence Of Needle Stick Injuries Among Junior Doctors And Nursing Students in KIMS, Hubli. IJPHRD April-June 2013;15(2):84-88.

International

8

Dixit UV, Bathija GV, Mahesh V, Bant DD, Lokare L, Itagimath SR. A study on assessment of health status of patients of diabetes mellitus attending medicine outpatient department KIMS, HUBLI Karnataka journal of community health 2008-09;20:40-49.

National

9

Basti B, Bant DD, Bathija GV, Lokare L, Itagimath SR, Dixit UR, Mahesh V. A Brief Epidemiological Study on Road Traffic Accident Cases Admitted in KimsHubli. Karnataka journal of community health 2008-09;20:10-21.

National

10

Bathija GV, Itagimath SR, Bant DD, Lokare L. Study on Socio-Demographic and Associated risk factors for Oesophageal Cancer in Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences, Hospital, Hubli (Karnataka). SJAMS 2014;2(C):706-710.

National

11

Anjana P, Bant DD. Assessment of Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices Among under-3 Years Children in Urban Slums Of Hubballi City. Int J Med Res Health Sci. 2015;4(4):763-767.

International

12

Anjana P, Bant DD. A community based cross-sectional study to identify individuals at high risk for diabetes in Urban Slums of Hubballi. Int J Community Med Public Health 2016;3(1)212-217.

International

13

Jahagirdar SS, Bant DD, Bathija GV. Study of prevalence of diabetes mellitus in the rural areas of Hubballi, Karnataka, India. Int J Community Med Public Health 2016;4(1):104-109.

International

14

Ananthesh BG, Bathija, GV, Bant DD. A community based cross-sectional study to assess malnutrition among elderly population residing in urban and rural areas of a district in Karnataka, India. Int J Community Med Public Health 2016;4(1):51-58.

International

15

Sarvar R, Bant DD. Clinical assessment of micronutrient deficiencies among children (1-5 years) enrolled in anganawadis of old Hubli slums, Karnataka, India. Int J Community Med Public Health 2017;4(2):598-602.

International

16

Venkatesha M, Lakkappa L, Bant DD, Bathija GV. Gender Discrimination and Empowerment Issues among HIV Positive Females attending Anti-Retroviral Therapy Centre in Northern Karnataka. Ntl J Community Med 2016;7(9):759-762.

National

17

Bathija GV, Ananthesh BG, Bant DD. Study to Assess Knowledge and Attitude towards Organ Donation among Interns and Post Graduates of a Medical College in Karnataka, India. Natl J Community Med 2017; 8(5):236-240.

National

18

Kurugodiyavar MD, Andanigoudar KB, Bant DD, Nekar MS. Determinants of maternal near miss events: a facility-based case-control study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:3614-20

International

19

Kurugodiyavar MD, Gajula M, Bant DD, Bathija GV. Climacteric syndrome: symptom prevalence and quality of life assessment, a proxy of health care services. Int J Community Med Public Health 2017;4:2377-82

International

20

Vinolia R, Bant DD. A study on the major risk factors of stillbirth in the rural areas of Dharwad district: a prospective study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2018;5:2232-6

International

21

Kavya NP, Bant DD. A study on self-care practices and dietary barriers among type 2 diabetes patients attending outpatient department in Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences, Hubballi. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:1603-7.

International

22

Godbole M, Joshi AR, Bant DD. A cross sectional study to assess the knowledge and response to dog bite among the urban and rural population of Hubballitaluk. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:539-44.

International

23

Katapadi PR, Bant DD. A comparative study on the adherence to anti-hypertensive medications in urban and rural areas of Hubballi. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:1701-6.

International

24

Basti BD, Mahesh V, Bant DD, Bathija GV. Factors affecting antiretroviral treatment adherence among people living with human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: A prospective study. J Family Med Prim Care 2017;6:482-6.

International

25

Gajula M, Bathija GV, Bant DD, Lokare L, Godbole M, Nekar MS et al. Protein Energy Malnutrition: Knowledge of the Mother a Significant Associate of Child’s Nourishment Status, A Study among 1-6 Year Children and their Mothers in Urban Slums of old Hubli. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences 2014 Dec 11;3(69):14194-14203,

National

26

Godbole M, Kavya NP, Nekar MS, Bant DD. A cross sectional study to assess prevalence and pattern of ocular morbidity among pre-school children attending anganwadi centres of Hubballitaluk in South India. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:545-9.

International

27

Pratibha RK, Bant DD. A study on the pattern of tobacco use and its implications on the health of patients, attending Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences, Hubballi. Int J Community Med Public Health 2018;5:331-5.

International

28

Pavithran S, Bant DD. Nutritional status of adolescent school girls residing in rural areas of Dharwad district, India: a cross sectional study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2018;5:2761-5.

International

29

Nandini C, Andanigoudar KB, Bant DD. A case control study to determine the predisposing factors for myocardial infarction among young adults. Natl J Community Med 2019;10(12):641-44.

National

30

Jahagirdar S, Lokare L, Bant D, Bathija G, Godbole M, Nekar M et al. Knowledge, Awareness and Attitude Towards Mental Illness among Adult Population of Dharwad District-A Cross Sectional Study. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development. 2017;8(3):76.

National

31

Bant D, Sarvar R. Cervical Cancer Awareness: Its Risk Factors, Perceptions and Prevention among Women in Hubli, Karnataka. International Journal of Preventive, Curative & Community Medicine. 2018;04(04):19-24.

International

32

Bant D, Joshi A. A Cross-Sectional Study to assess the Gaming Disorder and Problematic Usage of Mobile Phones among College Students of Hubli-Dharwad. National Journal of Community Medicine. 2020;11(2):76-79

National

33

Bant D. Prevalence of protein energy malnutrition among Anganwadi children’s of Hubli, Karnataka. J Nut Res, 2013; 1(1):11-13

International

34

Basti BD, Bant D, Bathija GV. Clinicoepidemiological profile of rural people with HIV in North Karnataka, India.; Indian Journal of Rural Health Care. 2014;3(1):56-62

National

35

Venkatesha M, Bant DD, Bathija GV, Lakkappa L. Psychosocial and Nutritional Profile among Children with and without HIV in Northern Karnataka. Int J Health Sci Res. 2014;4(9):9-13

International

36

Lokare L, Nekar MS, Mahesh V. Quality Of Life and Restricted Activity Days Among the Old Aged. Int J Bio Med Res. 2011;2(4):1162-1164.

International

37

Lokare L, Nekar MS, Mulkipatil SY, Mahesh V. Metabolic Equivalent Task Score and Risk Factors Of Coronary Heart Disease In Bank Employees. Int J Bio Med Res. 2012;3(2):1627-1630

International

38

Nekar MS, Lokare L, Gokhale SA, Godbole M, Mulkipatil SY, Mahesh V. Awareness of Eye Donation Among College Students Of Hubli City, Karnataka. IJBR 2012;3(4):201-204.

International

39

Godbole M, Abraham S, Prasad J. Feasibility of training Female Health Workers to diagnose and treat reproductive tract infections of the females at the community level – a study done at Christian Medical College, Vellore. International Journal of Scientific Research and Publications, January 2013;3(1)1-5.

International

40

Kaulgud R, Nekar MS, Sumanth K J, Joshi RR, Bole, Vijayalakshmi KP et al. Study of depression in patients with diabetes compared to non-diabetics among elderly population and its association with blood sugar, HbA1c values. IJBAR 2013;4(1).

International

41

Maneesha, G., Abraham, S., & Prasad, J. (2014). Developing a training module for female health workers for the diagnosis of female reproductive tract infections – an experience in south india. International Journal of Contemporary Medicine, 2(1), 145-150.

International

42

Hamsa L, Rajashri SP, Vijayanath V, Mahesh DK, Sandhyalakshmi BN, Pragati VC, et al. Study of Unmet Need for Family Planning in Urban Slum Population of Davangere A Cross Sectional Study. Indian J Pub Health Res Dev. 2013;4(4):20.

National

43

Shiddaraddi K, Gajula M, Neelesh MN, Bathija GV. An Insight into the Knowledge and Practices concerning Mosquito born disease in Urban slums of Old Hubballi.  J of Evolution of Med and Dent Sci. March 02, 2015;4(18).

National

44

Godbole M.  Informed Consent in Clinical Practice – An Overview. Annals Of Community Health.  Dec 2013 – Feb 2014;2(1).

National

45

Rampure A, Rao V, Gudimani SC, Kumar A, Patil S, Mithun VV, Nekar MS.  Effect of prophylactic supplementation of allopurinol, magnesium and statin on the incidence of atrial fibrillation in off pump and on pump coronary artery surgery.  IJBR 2014;5(1).

International

46

Patil S, Mahale K, Shetty P, Nekar MS. Antibiotic susceptibility pattern of urinary isolates from a tertiary care hospital with special reference to Gram negative bacteria.  IOSR-JDMS, Nov.- Dec. 2013;12(1).

National

47

Lokare L, Hippargi AC. Breast Feeding Practices: A Qualitative Exploration by Focused Group Discussion. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development. 2016;7(2):128-32.

National

48

Lokare L, Hippargi AC. Weaning Practices among Mothers: A Focused Group Discussion. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development. 2016 Jul 1;7(3).

National

49

Lokare L, Hippargi AC. Qualitative exploration of bottle feeding practices among mothers of Dharwad district, Karnataka: a focus group discussion study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2016;3(1):90-3.

International

50

Bathija GV, Mallesh S, Gajula M. A study on awareness of cervical cancer among women of reproductive age group in urban slums of old Hubli, Karnataka, India. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2016 Dec 24;3(9):2579-83.

International

51

Prasanna N, Mahadevappa K, Antaratani RC, Lokare L. Cause of death and associated conditions of stillbirths. International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2017 Feb 19;4(6):1970-4.

International

52

Bathija GV, Sarvar R. Defecation practices in residents of urban slums and rural areas of hubballi, Dharwad: a cross sectional study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2017;4(3):724-8.

International

53

Bathija GV, Gajula M. A study on epidemiological determinants and reproductive health practices among female commercial sex workers of Dharwad district. Int J Community Med Public Health 2017;4(5):1583-7.

International

54

Kurdi MS, Ramaswamy AH, Lokare L, Sutagatti JG. Current views and practice of faculty members and consultants regarding ‘Publications in India’: A cross-sectional study. Indian J Anaesth 2015;59(12):794-800.

National

55

Bathija GV, Narasimha R. A cross-sectional study on health related behaviors among swimming pool users and sanitary conditions of swimming pools in Hubballi city. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6(12):5174-80.

International

56

Bathija GV, Sushma HR. A cross sectional study to assess the sleep hygiene among the post graduates of KIMS, Hubballi. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:1645-51.

International

57

Kurugodiyavar MD, Sushma HR, Godbole M, Nekar MS. Impact of smartphone use on quality of sleep among medical students. Int J Community Med Public Health 2018;5:101-9.

International

58

Patil SK, Bathija GV. Perception of private practitioners towards diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis in Hubballi city, India. Int J Community Med Public Health 2018;5:2076-80.

International

59

Bathija GV, Narasimha R. A cross-sectional study on health related behaviors among swimming pool users and sanitary conditions of swimming pools in Hubballi city. Int J Community Med Public Health 2019;6:5174-80.

International

60

Kadi AS, Itagimath SR. HIV/AIDS Epidemic In Goa, India: Spatial Patterns In Transmissibility. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research 2015;6(4):3455-3460.

International

61

Kadi AS, Itagimath SR, Gani SR. A review of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Karnataka. International Journal of Current Research 2016;8(9):37916-37923.

International

62

Kadi AS, Itagimath SR, Gani SR. Dynamic characteristic analysis of mother to child transmission of HIV in India. GJMEDPH 2014;3(6):1-10.

National

 

Conference presentations of 2019-2020:

SL. No.

Title of Presentation

Conference

Presenter/Guide

1

Use of technology for self-care and management of diabetes among the patients with diabetes in Hubballi-Dharwad cities, Karnataka- a cross sectional study

KACHCON 2018

 

Dr. Kashavva BA

Dr. D D Bant

 

2

A cross-sectional study to assess the gaming disorder and problematic usage of mobile phones among college students of Hubli-Dharwad

KACHCON 2018

 

Dr.Anjana R Joshi

Dr. D D Bant

 

3

A study to assess the accuracy of aneroid and digital sphygmomanometer in community based screening for hypertension

KACHCON 2018

 

Dr.Roopakala N

Dr Mahesh D Kuruodiyavar

4

Maternal autonomy  as a determinant of childs nutritional status: A cross sectional study

IAPSMCON 2019

Dr.Anjana R Joshi

Dr Mahesh D Kuruodiyavar

5

Assessment of awareness and practices in management of childhood diarrhoea among caregivers of under-5 children in urban field practice area of KIMS, Hubli

IAPSMCON 2019

Dr.Kashavva  BA

Dr ManeeshaGodbole

6

Determinants of low birth weight and effect of indoor air pollution on birth weight: a case control study in a tertiary care centre of Hubballi, Karnataka.

KACHCON 2019

 

Dr.Kashavva  BA

Dr Mahesh D Kurugodiyavar

7

Clustering of health related behaviours and outcomes among medical students of KIMS, Hubballi

KACHCON 2019

 

Dr.Tewe U Kapfo

Dr Mahesh D Kurugodiyavar

8

Assessment of prevalence and risk factors for anaemia in pregnant women attending Kimsopd, Hubballi

KACHCON 2019

 

Dr. Shiv kumar

Dr.Geeta V Bhathija

9.

Seasonal variation in hospital admissions of bacterial meningitis: a time series analysis done in KIMS hospital

KACHCON 2019

 

Dr.Raghavendra D

Dr Mahesh D Kurugodiyavar

10

A cross sectional  study to evaluate  the implementation  of national programme for prevention  and control  of cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular  diseases and stroke (NPCDCS)  services in Dharwad district

 

KACHCON 2019

 

Dr.Anjana R Joshi

Dr.LaxmikantLokare

11

Impact of violence against doctors on the perception of medical students towards their future career: a cross-sectional study in Hubli, Karnataka

 

KACHCON 2019

 

Dr.Roopakala N

Dr.ManeeshaGodbole

12

Prevalence of social anxiety disorder and its association with depression among adults of Hubballi city-a cross-sectional study.

 

IAPSMCON 2020

 

Dr Kashavva B A

Dr  ManeeshaGodbole

13

A qualitative exploration of barriers to early diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer among survivors attending tertiary care hospital in north Karnataka

 

IAPSMCON 2020

 

Dr.Roopakala N

Dr Nandini C

14

A cross-sectional study to assess the knowledge and practice of self-care management among elderly population in urban area of north-Karnataka

IAPSMCON 2020

 

Dr Tewe U Kapfo

Dr  ManjunathNekar

15

A cross-sectional study to assess the adherence to, and the effectiveness of fitness apps/ gadgets among users in Hubli city.

 

IAPSMCON 2020

 

Dr Tewe U Kapfo

Dr ManeeshaGodbole

 

16

A cross-sectional study to assess the knowledge about infection control practices among medical students of KIMSHubballi.

 

IAPSMCON 2020

 

Dr Shiv Kumar

Dr.RanaSarvar

 

17

A study on awareness, coverage and utilization of health insurance among residents in urban field practice area of KIMS, Hubballi

IAPSMCON 2020

Dr Raghavendra  D

Dr.LaxmikantLokare

18

Food insecurity and the factors influencing nutrition among under – 5 children in Huballi: a case control study

IAPSMCON 2020

 

Dr Anjana R Joshi

Dr.Rizwana

19

Assessment of knowledge, attitude and practice regarding first aid among traffic police of Hubballi-Dharwad

IAPSMCON 2020

 

Dr Shiv Kumar

Dr.ManjunathNekar

20

A study to assess the awareness, knowledge and attitude towards organ donation among the undergraduate medical students of KIMS, Hubli

IAPSMCON 2020

 

Dr Raghavendra D

Dr.Kantesh

 

 

 

 

Dissertations for 2017-2018:

Sl.No.

Title

Name of the student

Name of the guide

1

A study to assess the health problems and health seeking behaviour among the international travellers in states of Karnataka and Goa, India – a cross-sectional study

Dr Kashavva B A

Dr.Dattatraya.D.Bant

2

A study on health care seeking behavior and its socio-demographic determinants among the farmers of villages of geographical field practice area of department of community medicine, KIMS ,Hubballi.

Dr Anjana R Joshi

Dr.Dattatraya.D.Bant

3

A study to assess the health status of children residing in orphanages (child care institutions) of Dharwaddisrtict.

Dr Roopakala N

Dr.Geeta.V.Bathija

Dissertations for 2018 – 2019

Sl. No.

                   Title                  

Name of the student

Name of the guide

1

A comparative study on quality of life of elderly living in old age homes and within family setup in Hubballi – Dharwad

Dr Tewe U Kapfo

Dr.Dattatraya. D. Bant

2

Assessment of utilization pattern of reproductive and child health services – a community based cross-sectional study in the primary health center area of Aralikatti

Dr Raghavendra D

Dr.Dattatraya. D. Bant

3

A cross-sectional study on effect of maternal anaemia on new born weight in a tertiary care hospital of north Karnataka

Dr Shivkumar

Dr.Geeta.V.Bathija

Dissertations for 2019 – 2020

Sl. No.

                   Title                  

Name of the student

Name of the guide

1

Economic efficiency of delivering primary health care services through mid level health care providers in four different districts of Karnataka

Dr AkshaySubramnyan A

Dr.Dattatraya. D. Bant

 

CME / Workshopsconducted in 2019-2020

Sl. No.

Title

Date

Level (regional/national/ international

Credit points

1

World leprosy day – Symposium

30/1/2017

Regional

 

2

Research Methodology Workshop

27/09/2017

Regional

 

3

Epidemiology of Dengue – Updates

28/09/2017

Regional

 

4

Epidemiology and prevention of Nipah virus infection – Symposium

24/05/208

Regional

 

5

Intensified Diarrhea control fortnight

21/06/2018

Regional

 

6

Vaccine preventable disease Surveillance

15/10/2018

Regional

 

7

Resurgence of Leprosy & current Leprosy situation- Sypmposium

05/02/2019

Regional

 

8

World breast feeding week

05/08/2019

Regional

 

9

Research methodology

29/08/2019

Regional

 

10

Panel discussion – Suicide prevention

11/09/2019

Regional

 

11

Current scenario of Leprosy

11/02/2020

Regional

 

12

COVID-19 updates

09/03/2020

Regional

 

Conferences conducted in  2019-2020

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Achievements of Students:

Post graduate student

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Presentation

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5. Notice board:

 

 

 

 

 

Audio Visual Aids:

 

1. L.C. D. Projector – 01
2. O.H. P. Projectors – 02
3. Slide projectors – 02
4. Epidoscope – 02
5. Colour T.V. and V.C.R. – 01
6. Computer – 01
7. Sound system – 01
8. Desktop – 01

 

 

Library:

1. Text Books 906
2. WHO General Books 628
3. WHO TRS 766
4.World Health 255
5. WHO Chronical 403
6. Environmental Health Criteria 204
7. Monographs 63
8. Public Health Papers 83

Lecture Hall:                       – 1 Capacity of 200

Demonstration Hall: –         – 1 Capacity of 30

Seminar Hall:                      – 1 Capacity of 40

Field practice area of the department:

1. Rural Health Training Centre Kalaghatagi 28 Kms.
2. Community Health Centre  Kundgol 20 Kms.
3. Primary Health Centre  Alnavar

Position of Vehicles – 3 Vehicles:

Bus 55 Seats
Mini bus 33 Seats
Van 14 Seats

About Kims

The present KARNATAKA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, HUBBALLI,( K.I.M.S. HUBBALLI.) was earlier known as the KARNATAKA MEDICAL COLLEGE, HUBBALLI. It was established in AUGUST 1957.For initial few years, the college was functioning from a building which is now known as J.G.Commerce College. Later, it was shifted to the present beautiful campus comprising of 100 acres of land, situated on Pune – Bangalore National Highway, Vidyanagar, Hubballi.

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Karnataka, India

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