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Department of Research

 

 

 
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Daw Myo Thida Aye

Research Officer/Head

B.Sc. (Chem)(Q), M.Sc. (Chem)

  
  
 
 

Daw Myo Thida Aye

Research Officer/Head

B.Sc. (Chem)(Q), M.Sc. (Chem)

   
 
 

Daw Htar Htar Oo

Research Officer

B.P.Sc.(Med.Tech)

   
 
 

Daw Ei Ei Thant

Lab- Technician- 2

B.Sc. (Bot)

   
 
 

Daw Tin Myo Swe

Lab- Techician- 3

B.Sc. (Zool) (Q), M.Sc. (Zool)

   
 
 

Daw Than Than Win

Junior Typewriter

Grand- 11

Second Year BMTM Course
Departmental Objectives
At the end of the course, the students should be able to:
Knowledge
1. introduce “research culture” to human resource of traditional medicine professionals
2. To impart the importance and knowledge of medical biostatistics as a sciences and its importance on health care
Attitude
2. appreciate the importance of medical biostatistics in health planning and any reprogramming.
4. recognize effective presentation for routine health data
Skill
1. To match the types of data presentation with the data and purposes for which they are suited
2. To make effective presentation for routine health data by using core design principles to improve data presentation for routine health data and traditional medical research


Third Year BMTM Course
Departmental Objectives
At the end of the course, the students should be able to:
Knowledge
1. introduce “research culture” to human resource of traditional medicine professionals
2. describe the values, usefulness, utilization of research and its importance on health care
3. realize the scientific research process for traditional medicines
Attitude
1. facilitate the exchange of research experience and other information so that a body of reliable data for the validation of traditional medicines can be accumulated.
2. appreciate findings from herbal and traditional medicine research to be effectively used in health planning and any reprogramming.
4. recognize the ethical issue of the health science research
Skill
1. perform principles and approach to be used in developing guidelines for the safety and efficacy of traditional medicines.
2. apply in the clinical use the findings from research of traditional medicine.


Fourth Year BMTM Course
Departmental Objectives
At the end of the course, the students should be able to:
Knowledge
1. introduce “research culture” to human resource of traditional medicine professionals
2. describe the values, usefulness, utilization of research and its importance on health care
3. realize the scientific research process for traditional medicines
Attitude
1. facilitate the exchange of research experience and other information so that a body of reliable data for the validation of traditional medicines can be accumulated.
2. appreciate findings from herbal and traditional medicine research to be effectively used in health planning and any reprogramming.
3. criticize result based management through scientific research and its recommendations
4. recognize the ethical issue of the health science research
Skill
1. perform principles and approach to be used in developing guidelines for the safety and efficacy of traditional medicines.
2. apply in the clinical use the findings from research of traditional medicine.
3. conduct qualitative and quantitative research with relevant study objective, study design and statistics method to identifying problem
Curriculum Review for Second Year BMTM
Medical Biostatistics
Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
1. impart the importance and application of medical biostatistics as a sciences
2. match the types of data presentation with the data and purposes for which they are suited
3. make effective presentation for routine health data
4. apply core design principles to improve data presentation
Contents
1. Medical Biostatistics
1.1. Introduction to medical biostatistics
1.2. Application and uses of biostatistics as a science
1.3. Importance of data health information
1.4. Types of data and data presentation
1.5. Principles of data visualization
1.6. Different types of graph and chart for data presentation
1.6.1. Tables
1.6.2. Histogram, Stem and leaf
1.6.3. Pie Chart and bar chart
1.6.4. Population pyramid and tornado chart
1.6.5. Line graph and scatter plot
1.6.6. Pareto graph
1.7. Basic concept for effective presentation
1.8. Measurement of central tendency
Teaching methods and time allotment
Total Lecture Hours - 13 hours
Total Practical/Exercise Hours - 7 hours
Media
Class room, white board and whiteboard marker, power point presentation with LCD Projector, computer (Microsoft excels).
Assessment in Third Year Course
Course Completion Test
Course completion test will be held at the end of course.
Question Type
(a) MCQs (only one correct answer type) = 50 marks
Fill in Blank = 10
True/ False = 10
Multiple choice = 10
(b) MSQs (2 marks x10) = 20 marks
Total mark = 50 marks
Pass mark = 25 marks (50%)
The supplementary test will be held within two weeks.


Curriculum Review for Third Year BMTM
Research Methodology
Part 1- Herbal Research

Chapter One - General Introduction to Herbal Research
Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course, the students should be able to,
1. assess the scope of herbal medicine
2. describe the important terms of herbal medicine
Contents
1. General introduction to herbal research
1-1. Definitions of related terms
Teaching methods and time allotment
Lecture - 1 hour
Media
Classroom, white board and whiteboard marker, power point presentation with LCD Projector
Assessment
M C Qs
M S Qs
2. Chapter Two - Quality Specification of Herbal Medicine
Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
1. realize the important role of plant collection and identification method for herbal research
2. approach scientifically quality specification of plant materials
Contents
2. Quality Specification of Herbal Medicines
2.1 Plant Collection
2.2 Plant Identification
2.3 Quality Specification of Plant Materials
Teaching methods and time allotment
Lecture - 2 hours
Practical - 1 hour
Media
Class room, white board and whiteboard marker, power point presentation with LCD Projector, Medicinal Plants
Assessment
M C Qs
M S Qs
Essay type question
3. Chapter Three - Extraction and Isolation Methods of Organic Compounds
Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
1. describe different extraction methods purified extracts from plant materials
2. determine the process that leads from the plant materials to pharmacologically active pure constituents
Contents
3. Extraction and Isolation Methods of Organic Compounds
3.1 General Methods of Extraction
3.2 Isolation and Purification
3.2.1. Chromatography
3.2.2. Thin layer Chromatography
3.2.3. Preparative Thin layer Chromatography
3.2.4. Column Chromatography
Teaching methods and time allotment
Lecture - 4 hours
Tutorial - 1 hour
Practical - 2 hours
Media
Class room, white board and whiteboard marker, massage couch, power point presentation with LCD Projector, Research Lab.
Assessment
M C Qs
M S Qs
Essay type question
4. Chapter Four - Phytochemical Compounds
Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
1. realize the important role of the uses of phytochemical compounds
2. Contents
4. Phytochemical Compounds
4.1 Alkaloids
4.2 Phenolics
4.3 Terpenoids
Teaching methods and time allotment
Lecture - 4 hours
Tutorial - 1 hour
Media
Class room, white board and whiteboard marker, power point presentation with LCD Projector,
Assessment
M C Qs
M S Qs
Essay type question
5. Chapter Five - Safety and Efficacy of Herbal Medicines
Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
1. recognize the current status of attempts for the evaluation of the safety of herbal
medicines
2. apply the efficacy of herbal medicines in practical setting
3. perform clinical research on traditional medicine
Contents
5. Safety and Efficacy of Herbal Medicines
5.1. Toxicity investigation of herbal medicines
5.2. Efficacy of herbal medicines
5.3 Clinical research on traditional medicines
Teaching methods and time allotment
Lecture - 5 hours
Tutorial - 1 hours
Practical -1 hours
Media
Class room, white board and whiteboard marker, power point presentation with LCD Projector, research Lab.
Assessment
M C Qs
M S Qs
Essay type question
Part 2- Ethic in Medical Research
Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
1. recognize the ethical issue of the health science research
2. perform traditional medicine research by ethically
Contents
3. Ethic in Medical Research
3.1 Definitions and scope of bioethics
3.2 Ethical issue in medical research
3.3. Evolution of research ethics
3.4. Ethical research guidelines
Teaching methods and time allotment
Lecture - 5 hours
Tutorial - 1 hour
Group Discussion - 1 hour
Media
Class room, white board and whiteboard marker, power point presentation with LCD Projector
Assessment
M C Qs
M S Qs
Essay type question
Total Teaching Hours
Total Lecture Hours = 21 hrs
Total Tutorial Hours = 4 hrs
Total Practical Hours = 5 hrs
Total Teaching Hours = 30 hrs
Assessment in Third Year Course
Course Completion Test
Course completion test will be held at the end of course.
Question Type
(b) MCQs (only one correct answer type) = 45 marks
Fill in Blank = 15
True/ False = 15
Multiple choice = 15
(b) MSQs (2 marks x10) = 10 marks
(c) MSQs (5 marks x 3) = 15 marks
(d) Essay type questions (10 x 3) = 30 marks
Total mark = 100 marks
Pass mark = 50 marks (50%)
The supplementary test will be held within two weeks.


Curriculum Review for Fourth Year BMTM
Research Methodology
1.Chapter One - Definition and Types of Research
Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course, the students should be able to,
1. describe the definition and characteristic of research
2. select research method relevant to study research problem
Contents
1. Definition and Types of Research
1-1. Introduction and Definition of research
1.2 Type of Research study
Teaching methods and time allotment
Lecture and Discussion – 2 hours
Media
Classroom, white board and whiteboard marker, power point presentation with LCD Projector
Assessment
M C Qs
M S Qs
2. Chapter Two - How to Write Research Protocol and Research Paper
Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
1. state the researchable problem
2. formulate appropriate research objective to study research problem
3. write references with relevant literatures
4. differentiate relevant research design and variables with identifying problem
5. select sampling method relevant to research problem
6. criticize research findings with reliability and validity or not
7. write research protocol and scientific research paper
Contents
2. How to Write Research Protocol and Research Paper
2.1. Statement of problem
2.2. Formulation of Research objectives
2.3. Literature search
2.4. Reference writing
2.5. Study design
2.6. Variables
2.7. Reliability and validity
2.8. Sampling and sampling method
2.9. Protocol writing and research paper writing format
2.10. Clinical trial protocol development
Teaching methods and time allotment
Lecture - 17 hours
Tutorial - 2 hours
Group Work/ Discussion - 12 hours
Media
Class room, white board and whiteboard marker, power point presentation with LCD Projector,
Assessment
M C Qs
M S Qs
Essay type question
3. Chapter Three - Ethic in Medical Research
Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
1. recognize the ethical issue of the health science research
2. perform traditional medicine research by ethically
Contents
3.1. Evaluating Risks and Benefits
3.2. Issues in Study Design
3.3. Understanding Vulnerability
3.4. Obligations to Research Participants
3.5. Engaging with Communities
3.6. Privacy and Confidentiality
3.7. Informed Consent
Teaching methods and time allotment
Lecture - 7 hours
Tutorial - 1 hour
Group Discussion - 2 hours
Media
Class room, white board and whiteboard marker, massage couch, power point presentation with LCD Projector
Assessment
M C Qs
M S Qs
Essay type question
4. Chapter Four - Medical Biostatistics
Specific Learning Objectives
At the end of the course of instruction, the learner should be able to:
1. collect the information by systematically for getting valuable research findings
2. manage the collected data from medical science research
3. analyze by using appropriate compute statistical program me and interpret the findings
Contents
4. Medical Biostatistics
4.1. Data collection techniques
4.2. Data management and data analysis
4.3. Measure of Dispersion
4.4. Student’s t distribution
Teaching methods and time allotment
Lecture - 4 hours
Tutorial - 1 hours
Practical/Exercise - 2 hours
Media
Class room, white board and whiteboard marker, power point presentation with LCD Projector, computer.
Assessment
M C Qs
M S Qs
Essay type question
Total Teaching Hours
Total Lecture Hours = 30 hrs
Total Tutorial Hours = 5 hrs
Total Group Discussion and Practical Hours = 15 hrs
Total Teaching Hours = 50 hrs
Assessment in Fourth Year Course
Exam type - Course Completion Test
Course completion test will be held at the end of course.
Question Type
(e) MCQs (only one correct answer type) = 45 marks
Fill in Blank = 15
True/ False = 15
Multiple choice = 15
(b) MSQs (2 marks x10) = 10 marks
(f) MSQs (5 marks x 3) = 15 marks
(g) Essay type questions (10 x 3) = 30 marks
Total mark = 100 marks
Pass mark = 50 marks
The supplementary test will be held within two weeks.
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