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Department of Child Health

  1. Former Heads
  2. Academic Staff
  3. Objectives
  4. Courses
  5. Teaching Activities
  6. Monthly and Future Plan
  7. Department Gallery
   
 
 

U Khin Maung Kyi (2001 - 2005)

   
 
 

U Than Ohn (2005 - 2013)

   
 
  U Win Naing (2013 - 2015)
   
 
  Daw Thin Lae Win (2015 - Date)
  
  
 
 

Daw Thin Lae Win (2015 - Date)

Associate Professor and Head

B.M.T.M, B.Sc(Physics)(Q),

Dip,T.Med, Dip,Med.Ed., PGDE, H.G.P

   
 
 

Daw Kathy Mar

Lecturer

B.M.T.M, B.Sc (Zool)(Q), Dip,T.Med.

   
 
 

Daw Tin Tin Win

Lecturer

B.M.T.M,MA.BA(Myanmar), Dip,T.Med.

   
 
 

Daw Zin Mar Lwin

Assistant Lecturer

B.M.T.M, M.M.T.M, PGDE

   
 
 

Daw Win Yu Aung

Assistant Lecturer

B.M.T.M, M.M.T.M, PGDE

   
 
 

Daw Aye Thida

Assistant Lecturer

B.M.T.M, M.M.T.M

   
 
 

Daw Moe Moe Aung

Tutor

B.M.T.M, M.M.T.M

   
 
 

Daw Nan Aye Moe Khaing

Tutor

B.M.T.M, M.M.T.M,B.A(Eng), PGDE

   
 
 

Daw Aye Mya Thidar

Tutor

B.M.T.M, M.M.T.M, PGDE, Dip.IR

   
 
 

Daw Aye Myint Maw

Tutor

B.M.T.M

Departmental Objectives
At the end of the course, learners should be able to:
Knowledge
1. Classify the different- aged groups of children by Myanmar traditional medical approach.
2. Acquire the knowledge of the development and physiology of a child.
3. Acquire the knowledge of the principles and practices of childhood diseases according to Myanmar traditional medicine.
Skill
1. Identify causes of sign and symptoms, investigations and management of childhood diseases.
2. Do prevention and control of communicable childhood diseases.
3. Use Myanmar traditional formularies for prevention and treatment of childhood diseases.
Attitude
1. Accept that there are the important differences in structure and function between a child and an adult.
2. Accept that dosage of drugs and management of childhood diseases are entirely different from adult medicine.
3. Appreciate the importance of active research as in integral part of academic development in child health.

Second Year (B.M.T.M) Bridge Course Objectives
At the end of the course, the learner should be able to:
Knowledge
1. To know different diseases of child by traditional medicine
2. To classify diagnosis by signs and symptoms and clinical feature of various child by Traditional Medicine of various child diseases
3. To manage of various child diseases
4. To know emergency child diseases
5. To do prevention and management of child diseases
6. To know Traditional Medicine Formulation for the child diseases
Skill
1. To differentiate diagnosis of child diseases by Traditional Medicine
2. To appreciate pre-signs and symptoms of child diseases
3. To manage of therapeutic measures for child diseases
4. To use Traditional Medicine Formulation for prevention and treatment of child diseases
5. To manage and prevent for child diseases
Attitude
1. To appreciate management and use for child diseases
2. To accept that dosage of drugs and management of child diseases
3. To accept that prevention and management of child diseases

Child Health (B.M.T.M)
Third year objectives
At the end of the course, the learner should be able to;
Knowledge
1. differentiate childhood age according to ancient traditional medicine literature
2. acquire knowledge about general principle related to childhood disorders
3. determine the etiology of childhood illness
4. enumerate about specific pediatrics disorders
5. generalize about fundamentals of agni and constitution (Prakriti) in childhood
6. differentiate types of breast milk
Skill
1. access the differences between childhood and adulthood based upon the ancient traditional medicine literature
2. apply the knowledge of fundamentals and differences of agni between childhood and adulthood
3. analyze signs and symptoms of different kinds of vitiated breast milk provide treatment the diseases of breast milk
4. give precise guidance mother for nutrition, food and behavior during pregnant and after birth to prevent childhood illness
Attitude
1. realize difference between childhood and adulthood and have a desire to apply the general principle on diagnose according to traditional medicine
2. apply traditional medicine concept skillfully on child health and keep on study

Fourth year objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to;
Knowledge
1. differentiate specific child diseases
2. assemble diagnosis according to the clinical features by examination
3. determine treatments for specific child disease
4. acquire knowledge about the prevention and management of emergency child diseases
5. construct prevention and treatment procedure for child diseases
6. critique various thu-nge-nar-say for child diseases
Skill
1. identify general etiology, signs and symptoms and specific pediatrics disorders according to traditional approach
2. access clinical diagnosis in child diseases by traditional medicine principle
3. determine the prodomal signs and symptoms and clinical features of child diseases
4. apply knowledge about line of treatment for child diseases
5. differentiate various thu-nge-nar-say and their crude drugs
Attitude
1. realize and conserve that child diseases can be effectively treated by traditional medicine
2. realize the referral system is important in case of child diseases that cannot be treated by Traditional Medicine
3. accept that child diseases the importance of referral system prevented by Kala, Attha and Karma.

Department of Child Health

Course and Duration


For 3rd B.M.T.M, one year course including teaching duration, final assessment and supplementary examination.
Period of Study - One academic Year
Total teaching hours - 100 hours

For 4th B.M.T.M, one year course including teaching duration, final assessment and supplementary examination.
Period of Study - One academic Year
Total teaching hours - 100 hours

For B.M.T.M (Bridge Course), one year course including teaching duration, final assessment and supplementary examination.
Period of Study - One academic Year
Total teaching hours - 50 hours

Curriculum components and organization
For 3rd B.M.T.M

No.

Contents

Time allotment

L

T

P

1

Paediatrics history taking andclinical examination and typesof child diseases

15

3

10

2

Different stages of embryo

5

1

-

3

Determination of age in child

3

1

-

4

Basic traditional medicine concept of child illness

4

2

-

5

Cause of child illness in traditional way

3

1

-

6

Types of specific pediatrics disorders

3

2

-

7

Principle of children age, agni and constitution

3

1

-

8

Types of breast milk

8

1

-

9

Various kinds of specific child diseases

5

1

-

10

12 categories of child illness

10

2

10

11

Nutrition for mother and children

and the child with special needs

5

1

-

 

Total

64

16

20

100

 

Student Assessment
Formative Assessment weightage 30%
Summative Assessment weightage (Theory, Practical, Viva) 70%
Pass marks 50%
Distinction marks 75%


For 4th B.M.T.M

No.

Content

Time allotment

L

T

P

1

Types of child diseases (Etiology, Clinical features and Therapeutic procedures for various child disease)

52

10

13

2

Clinical features and therapeutic procedures of emergency child

5

1

1

3

Prevention and management in child diseases

3

1

-

4

Traditional Medicine formulation for various child diseases

11

1

2

 

Total

71

13

16

100

Student Assessment
Formative Assessment weightage 30%
Summative Assessment weightage (Theory, Practical, Viva) 70%
Pass marks 50%
Distinction marks 75%

For B.M.T.M (Bridge Course)

No.

Content

Time allotment

L

T

P

1

History taking and clinical examination of child

4

 

1

2

Teakvikara Vyadhi (Skin Diseases)

5

   

3

Hadaya Vyadhi (Cardiovascular Diseases)

1

1

1

4

Mutravahasrota Vyadhi (Kidney and Urinary tract Diseases)

2

1

1

5

Pranavaha-srota Vyadhi (Respiratory Disorders)

3

1

1

6

Anna-vahasortas Vyadhi (Gastroenterology Disorders)

6

1

1

7

Vata Vyadhi (Neurological Disorders)

2

   

8

Yakana Vyadhi ( Hepatology Disorders)

1

 

1

9

Asthi Vyadhi (Bone and Joint diseases)

3

1

 

10

Kuposana Vyadhi (Nutrition diseases)

1

1

 

11

Signs and symptoms and management of emergency

1

 

1

12

Other Diseases

4

1

1

13

Traditional Medicine Formulation and its uses for the treatment of child diseases

1

 

1

   

34

7

9

50

Student Assessment
Formative Assessment weightage 30%
Summative Assessment weightage (Theory, Practical, Viva) 70% Pass marks 50% Distinction marks 75%


Postgraduate
Child Health (M.M.T.M)
SLO
At the end of the course, the learner should be able to:
1. implement the general principles and concept of traditional medicine related to child health
2. discuss etiological and pathological concept of traditional medicine related to child health and apply this knowledge in clinical practice
3. analyze clinical data (Bala rogi – Pariksa and roga – pariksa) by dimensional view of mahabhuta and tridoshas for childhood disease
4. realize signs and symptoms of Anna-vaha sroto vyadhi, Pranavaho-sroto vyadhi, Mutavaha sroto vyadhi and vata vyadhi and be able to provide appropriate treatment
5. state signs and symptoms of twakvikara vyadhi, yakana roga and infectious diseases and be able to perform therapeutic intervention
6. perform emergency management of seriously ill child
7. perform competently therapeutic procedures of Panchakarma therapy for childhood diseases
8. identify signs and symptoms of nutritional disorder of children and be able to carry out ahara regime
9. explore the conditions of child with special needs and be able to provide appropriate management

Course and Duration


First Year (M.M.T.M) Course
Period of Study - One academic Year
Total teaching hours - 100 hours

Second Year (M.M.T.M) Course
Period of Study - One academic Year
Total teaching hours - 100 hours

Master candidate Assessment
1. Formative assessment weightage 30%
2. Summative assessment weightage 70%
3. Pass marks 60%
4. Distinction marks

Other Teaching Activities
Teaching of Traditional Medicine in Central Prison Mandalay
Teaching of Traditional Medicine in Central Fire Service Training School (Pyin Oo Lwin)
Teaching of Traditional Medicine in University of Medicine, Magway

Research
No.      Student’s Name                                              Dissertation Topic
1.      Than Ohn (2012)                      The Effectiveness of Myanmar Traditional Medical Therapies on Bala Pakkhaghata
2.      Zin Mar Lwin (2013)                 Antihyperglycemic Effect of Bark of AlstoniaScholaris Linn. in Adrenaline Induced Albino Rats
3.      Win Yu Aung (2015)                 Association of Prakati of Lactatiing Mothers with their breastmilk
4.      Aye Thida (2016)                     Antipyretic Effect of Traditional Medicine Formulation-16 (APU-NJEIN-THWEI:-HSEI:) with Decoction of Betel Leaf in Children With Febrile Illness
5.      Aye Mya Thidar (2017)            Antibacterial Activity of Various Extracts of Sa Lin: Khou Kjaun Hpju Hse:(SLKKPH) Against Escherichia coli Causing Diarrhoea
6.      Moe Moe Aung (2017)            Acute Toxicity and Antidiarrhoea Effect of Ethanolic Extract of "Le'-Htou'-Ka-La-Hsei:"
7.      Nan Aye Moe Khaing (2017)  Acute and Sub-acute Toxicity of Thwway-Arr-Toe-Hsei: (ASM-16) on Albino Rats
Monthly and Future Plan
Supervise undergraduate and Post-graduate students for Case Presentation
Clinical meeting and dissertation
Visiting 550 Bedded Mandalay Children Hospital
Weekly Case Presentation by 2nd year Bridge Course students
Weekly Case Presentation by 2nd year Post-graduate students
Yearly CTME
Yearly Lunch Time Talk

Our future plan We are trying to be opened Post graduate Diploma (Child Health Therapy Course)
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