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MD4 students play pharmacology game Braincept

MD4 students last week played a role-play based pharmacology game titled Braincept. They played the Respiratory system version of the game under the guidance of Dr P Ravi Shankar, Professor of Pharmacology and Ms Lincy Thomas, a MD5 student. The game was played in groups of 4 students each. Students in turn became a group […]

Letters of completion of the Health Humanities module

Letters of module completion were distributed to nursing students who had participated in and successfully completed the Health Humanities module at 3.30 pm on Wednesday, 7th March. The letters were distributed by Dr Rose who had facilitated the module. Dr Ravi, Ms Grissel Leon, Associate Dean of Nursing and Ms Amsa Elumalai, Asst Professor of […]

AIMU organised ‘Research Day 2018’

AIMU Research Day 2018 enabled students and faculty to share their research work and learn about scholarly endeavors beyond their own areas of study. The First AIMU Research Day was held on Friday, February 23rd.  The Research Day celebrates intellectual curiosity across disciplines of health care. Students from the basic and clinical sciences and faculty […]

AIMU cultural fest ‘HALCYON 18’ held on 24th February, 2018

The cultural fest, HALCYON 18 that took place on Saturday 24th February, 2018 was a great success. This year we were able to engage and interest students from various cultural backgrounds through Dances, Dramas, Songs, cultural fashion walk and food. Many students and faculty members were actively involved in making this event livelier. Not to […]

Presentation on ‘Stress among medical students’

On February 23 2018, the American Medical Student Association AIMU Chapter (AMSA-AIMU) introduced the topic “Stress among Medical Students” to the students and faculty members of our school. The keynote speaker was Dr. C. Rose. He presented very interesting facts about stress among medical students and highlighted the fact that stress is more common among […]

Letters of completion of the Health Humanities module

Letters of module completion were distributed to all medical students who had participated in and successfully completed the Health Humanities module at 3 pm on Tuesday, 20th February. The letters were distributed by Dr Rose and Dr Ravi who had facilitated the module. Ms Amsa Elumalai, Asst Professor of Nursing and a facilitator of the […]

First steps toward an integrated basic science curriculum

An integrated basic science curriculum is becoming common in medical schools the world over. The basic sciences at AIMU are learned over the first five semesters and have traditionally been discipline-based. Beginning from the Spring 18 semester the MD4 subjects of systemic pathology, physical diagnosis and pharmacology are being organized as organ systems. The sequence […]

Orientation session for standardized patients held

An orientation session for the newly recruited standardized patients (SPs) was held on Friday, 12th January in the media room. The session was conducted by a team consisting of Dr Garg, Dr James and Dr Tellamina who are practicing physicians. The two standardized patients (SPs), Ms Sandy St Claire and Mr Kendall Antoine attended. Ms […]

AMSA AIMU Executive board of 2016-2017 gets appreciation

AMSA International Chapter at American International university aims to further the co-curricular skills and capabilities of students of AIMU. At AIMU, AMSA chapter works rigorously for the academic advancement of students and exposure to professional situations in the field. During the academic year September 2016 – August 2017, The AMSA Executive committee including the chapter […]