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Pain Management Fellowship

One year Aesculap Academy Pain Management Fellowship

pain fellowshipScope:
A period of specialised postgraduate training for clinicians which will enable the graduate of such a program to properly assess and manage patients with chronic pain of all types and to understand the sciences basic to the practice of pain management.

pain fellowship Duration: One year Pain Management Fellowship


pain management fellowship Eligibility:
1. The candidate for pain management fellowship must be holding a Diploma or Master’s Degree in anaesthesia or other recognised specialities of Medicine like neurology, orthopaedics, physiatry etc.
2. The candidate must provide at least two letters of reference and curriculum vitae.
3. Indian candidate must appear for an interview, International candidate will be selected based on CV and recommendation. Telephonic/video interview will be done for international candidates.
4. Candidates who have done course from Daradia will be given preferences.

pain management fellowship Schedule: One doctor will be taken in January and another in July


pain management fellowship Registration fee:
Nil for Indian participants.
7800.00 USD for Foreign participants and Non-resident Indians (NRIs).
15% Govt service tax is applicable & additional.
pain management fellowship Stipend
Indian participants will be given stipend of Rs. 30,000 per month and free hostel facilities (room sharing) will be provided.
No stipend for international participants, but free hostel will be provided.

pain management fellowship Faculty:
Gautam Das MD, FIPP (Pain Physician)- Course Director
Mausumi Dutta DPH, Fellowship in pain management (Calcutta University)
Ayananshu Nayak (Psychiatry) MRCPsych
Sripurna Mandal MD(Anaesth), FIPM
Amiya Misra MD(Anaesth) FIPM
Jaya Chaudhury MD(Anaesth) FIPM
Santanu Basak MD(Anaesth) Part-time
Ratul Kundu MD(Anaesth) Part-time
Pampa De (Physical Medicine) MD Part-time
Krishna Poddar MD(Anaesth) Part-time
Bibhu Kalyani Das MD(Anaesth) Part-time

pain management fellowship Part-time visiting faculty:
Sunita Lawange, Karthi Babu N, Pankaj Surange, Harshita Surange, Anand Kumar GS, R. Gurumurthy, Pravin Thomas, Rammurthi, Jay Panchal, Mayank Gupta

pain management fellowship Curriculum:
Although not every participant of Pain Management Fellowship will be fully trained in every area listed below, he or she should at least have had some exposure to patients whose care involves all of these areas.

Project
pain management fellowshipEssential

Medical diagnosis and therapy during Pain Management Fellowship
pain management fellowshipHistory and physical examination
pain management fellowshipMeasurement of pain
pain management fellowshipPhysical therapies
pain management fellowshipVocational/rehabilitation assessment and management
pain management fellowshipParticipation in multidisciplinary assessment and treatment
pain management fellowshipMinor Surgical procedures
pain management fellowshipOther procedures appropriate to the fellow’s training

Psychologic diagnosis and therapy
pain management fellowshipUse of diagnostic tests during Pain Management Fellowship
pain management fellowshipCollection of data from interview and standard forms
pain management fellowshipComprehensive assessment
pain management fellowshipTreatment options
pain management fellowshipIndividual, group and family psychotherapy
pain management fellowshipCognitive-behavioural therapies
pain management fellowshipBiofeedback and relaxation techniques
pain management fellowshipHypnotherapy

Pharmacotherapy to learn during Pain Management Fellowship
pain management fellowshipLocal anaesthetics
pain management fellowshipOpioids
pain management fellowshipAnalgesics
pain management fellowshipNon-narcotic
pain management fellowshipAdjuvants
pain management fellowshipAntidepressants
pain management fellowshipSedative-hypnotics
pain management fellowshipBenzodiazepines
pain management fellowshipOther drugs and various routes of administration

Specific types of painful conditions to learn during Pain Management Fellowship
pain fellowshipPost-operative pain
pain fellowshipPost trauma pain
pain fellowshipCancer Pain, including issues of death and dying, palliative care and hospice
pain fellowshipPain associated with nervous system injuries - CRPS
pain fellowshipPain associated with chronic disease
pain fellowshipPain of unknown aetiology
pain fellowshipPain in children
pain fellowshipPain in elderly

Regional pain syndromes to learn during Pain Management Fellowship
pain fellowshipHeadache
pain fellowshipFacial pain syndrome
pain fellowshipNeck and upper back pain
pain fellowshipLow back pain
pain fellowshipExtremity pain syndromes
pain fellowshipThoracic and abdominal pain
pain fellowshipPelvic and perineal pain

Interventional Pain Management to learn during Pain Management Fellowship
pain fellowshipInterventions & nerve blocks in head and neck
pain fellowshipInterventions & nerve blocks in trunk
pain fellowshipInterventions & nerve blocks in extremities
pain fellowshipAdvanced pain therapies – Intradiscal procedures, epiduroscopy, spinal cord stimulators, intrathecal implants etc.

Other topics to learn during Pain Management Fellowship
pain fellowshipPhysiotherapy
pain fellowshipRehabilitation
pain fellowshipAlternative therapies
pain fellowshipPalliative care and end of life issues

Seminars and journal clubs
pain management fellowshipThe seminars and journal clubs should be conducted at weekly intervals either of them.

Log book
Mandatory, to be submitted along with thesis during Pain Management Fellowship
pain management fellowshipThere should be a record of OP/IP Consultation participation
pain management fellowshipThere should be details of participation in academic programme like seminars, symposia, clinical meetings and journal clubs
pain management fellowshipThere should be record of bed side demonstrations
pain management fellowshipTeaching other postgraduates, nurses etc should be documented
pain management fellowshipAny special duty or event managed should be documented
pain management fellowshipThere should be details of procedure observed, assisted and performed. The candidate must have performed at least 50 interventions during his academic year.
pain management fellowshipIf the unit is running acute pain service, the details of patients handled must be mentioned.
pain management fellowshipThe log book is to be filled regularly by the candidate
pain management fellowshipThe entries need to be endorsed by the concerned consultant
pain management fellowshipOn the completion of the course by the candidate, this log book shall be deposited in the department for future reference

Certification of Pain Management Fellowship
pain management fellowshipThe project should be submitted three months before examination. The examination should involve theory and practical examinations (involving 1 long case, 2 short cases and table viva). Those securing more than 50% of marks will be awarded Fellowship in Pain Management.

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