RESEARCH SYNOPSIS PRESENTATION BY STUDENTS OF 4TH YEAR MBBS
Research plays a vital role in discovering new horizons. It makes an essential element of curriculum of Community Medicine. At the end of 6 weeks Block rotation in Community Medicine, the students of 4th year prepare and present synopsis on different topics.
Research synopsis presentation for Batch C was held on 20th, October, 2021 with theme of NCDs and Nutrition. Nine groups of students, supervised by the competent teachers, presented their hard work. The titles, objectives and material and methods were very well developed and thoroughly researched. Following are the titles of research proposals presented by students.
- Prevalence of Borderline Personality Disorder: A Cross-sectional survey among students of Fauji Foundation Islamabad.
- Psychosocial Impact of Covid-19 among Healthcare Workers at Fauji Foundation Hospital, Rawalpindi
- Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Self-medication with Antibiotics among Adults dwelling in Rural areas of Rawalpindi
- knowledge, Attitude and Practices Regarding the Consumption of Sugar Sweetened Beverages among Medical Students of Foundation University Islamabad.
- Prevalence of Pre obesity and Obesity Among Medical Students in Relation to their Lifestyle. A Cross-Sectional study at Foundation Medical College, Islamabad
- Comorbid Depression among Type Two Diabetes Mellitus Patients and its association with Poor Glycemic Control. A cross sectional study at Diabetic Clinic of Fauji Foundation Hospital, Rawalpindi
- Development of Eating Disorders due to Weight Stigma among Young Adults: A Cross Sectional Study at Foundation University Medical College, Islamabad.
- Tetanus Immunization and its associated factors among Women of Child Bearing Age attending Primary Health Care: A Cross Sectional study at BHU Kotha Kallan, Rawalpindi
- Prevalence of Smoking among Medical Students of Foundation University Islamabad and its association with Peer Pressure.
Prof. Dr. Huma Musarrat Khan, Head of Department of Anatomy was invited as external examiner. Brig Prof. Dr. Naila Azam, Head of Department of Community Medicine, along with faculty members attended the event. All the worthy faculty members commented and suggested valuable remarks for guidance of students on their research work. Dr. Huma praised students of their intellectual work.