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Department of Medicine

 

 

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

U Win Myint (2002-2014)

B.Sc. (Chem), Dip.T.Med.,
B.M.T.M., C.T.T.M. (India)

   
 
 

U Win Naing (2014-2018)

B.A (Myanmar), B.M.T.M (Credit), M.M.T.M
Certificate in TCM and Research Methodology (China)

   
 
 

U Htay Lwin (2018- Date)

Associate Professor / Head

M.A.(Hist:), MMTM, Dip in English,
Certificate Course in Ayurveda (Gujarat, Varanasi – India)

  
  
 
 

U Htay Lwin (2018- Date)

Associate Professor / Head

M.A.(Hist:), MMTM, Dip in English,
Certificate Course in Ayurveda (Gujarat, Varanasi – India)

   
 
 

Daw Thet Thet Khaing

Lecturer

B.M.T.M, B.A. Dip.T.Med, PGDE, DLD, D.A. Psy, Dip.PAB

   
 
 

 

Daw Khin Lay Myint

Lecturer

B.A, Dip.T.Med, B.M.T.M

   
 
 

Daw Khin Htet Zin

Assistant Lecturer

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

   
 
 

Daw Thidar Oo

Assistant Lecturer

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

   
 
 

Daw Ei Ei Cho

Assistant Lecturer

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

   
 
 

U Hla Myo Win

Tutor

Dip.T.Med, B.A (Myan;), PGDE, B.M.T.M, M.M.T.M

   
 
 

Daw Moh Moh Soe

Tutor

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

   
 
 

Daw Aye Chan Thu Zar Hlaing

Tutor

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

   
 
 

Daw Aye Aye Aung

Tutor

B.M.T.M, PDGE

   
 
 

Daw Aye Aye Thin

Tutor

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

   
 
 

Daw Hlaing Hlaing Myint

Tutor

B.M.T.M, PGDE

   
 
 

Daw Mee Mee Cho

Tutor

B.Sc (Chem;), B.M.T.M

Undergraduate
INSTITUTIONAL AIM AND OBJECTIVES
Aim : To produce competent traditional medicine practitioners for basic health care.
Objectives : The graduates of the institutes :
1. should have acquired basic knowledge, skills and appropriate attitudes in Myarmar Traditional Medicine.
2. should be able to give competent health care services to the communities.
3. should be able to involve in activities of National Health Programmes.
4. should have basic scientific knowledge of research principles, process and ethics and be able to conduct research in Traditional Medicine.
5. should be capable of continuing in-depth study of Traditional Medicine and related aspects to uphold professional excellence and integrity.
6. should be able to co-operate, coordinate, collaborate, with western medicine in community health care .
7. should be able to abide by the professional ethics and uphold the prestige of the profession.

Departmental Objectives
At the end of the course, the learners should be able to:
Knowledge
1. know the traditional medical terms and basic principles of four Nayas
2. understand the diagnostic methods and treatment guidelines in DesanaNaya and BhesajjaNaya medical systems
3. understand the basic principles ofNakkhattaNaya and VijjadharaNaya in traditional medicine context.

Skills
1. diagnose and develop the treatment schedules by DesanaNaya and BhesajjaNaya medical systems and able to manage the diseases accordingly.
2. Give relevant diets according to the therapeutic table calculated by NakkhattaNaya.
3. Produce or prepare the drugs and give treatments by the medical system of VijjadharaNaya.

Attitude
1. Motivate oneself to further study after realization of the systematic interactions and benefits.
2. Develop a positive attitude towards NakkhattaNaya medical system as a useful adjunct to complex and higher medical therapies.
3. Develop a positive attitude towards VijjadharaNaya medical system as a useful adjunct to sophisticated and supernatural therapies.
4. Take pride in being a modern and visionary traditional healer who is keen to do research and to take care of community's health with evidence-based traditional medicine.

Postgraduate M.M.T.M
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
Aims
The course aims to produce highly qualified highly qualified traditional medicine practitioners who would be able to undertake various positions in the field of teaching, research and clinical practice relating to traditional medicine so as to contribute toward the sustainable development of traditional medicine as well as health development in Myanmar.

Objectives
At the end of the course, the learners should be able to:
1. Strengthen the knowledge and skills relating to concepts, principles and practice of four Nayas (systems of Myanmar Traditional Medicine), Dravaguna, Clinical Pharmacology and specific therapeutic procedure of Myanmar Traditional Medicine.
2. Contribute more effectively in clinical practice of traditional medicine for health development of the country.
3. take the leadership role for sustainable development of Myanmar Traditional Medicine and to carry out evidence-based traditional medicine.
4. carry out modernization of traditional medicine according to ongoing changes of health needs.
5. Upgrade oneself by continuing education and research relating to traditional medicine.
6. Relate and apply the knowledge of traditional medicine from other countries to Myanmar Traditional Medicine.
7. design, organize and perform basic and applied research in the field of traditional medicine and phytomedicine.
Course Conducted

First Year (B.M.T.M) Course
Period of study – one academic year
Total teaching hours - 50hours

Second Year (B.M.T.M) Course
Period of study – one academic year
Total teaching hours - 350hours

Third Year (B.M.T.M) Course
Period of study – one academic year
Total teaching hours -350hours

Fourth Year (B.M.T.M) Course
Period of study – one academic year
Total teaching hours -350hours

Second Year (B.M.T.M) Bridge Course
Period of study – one academic year
Total teaching hours -200 hours


First Year (M.M.T.M) Course
Period of study – one academic year
Total teaching hours -250 hours

Second Year (M.M.T.M) Course
Period of study – one academic year
Total teaching hours -200 hours
Other teaching activities
• Teaching of fundamental principle of Myanmar Traditional Medicine in Myanmar Fire Services Department.
• Teaching of fundamental principle of Myanmar Traditional Medicine in Myanmar Prison Department.
• Teaching of fundamental principle of Myanmar Traditional Medicine in PariyahtiSasana University.

Staff Development Activities
• CTME Programme
• Lunch Time Talk
• Clinical Meeting
• Case Presentation
• Workshop

Research
Monthly and Future Plan
Weekly/ Monthly/ Yearly/ Future Program
• Weekly lunch time talk and case presentation
• Monthly CTME and clinical meeting
• Yearly research conference
• Yearly community health care and field survey

Social welfare activities
• Farewell / Welcome to staffs transferred from / to the department
• Thingyan homage
• Thadingyut homage
• Christmas and new year celebration

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