|Hospital/Institute||Specialty||No. of Accredited Seat(s) (Broad/Super/Fellowship)||DNB - Post Diploma Seat(s)||Faculty for DNB/FNB Programme|
|Anup Institute of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation
G 75-77 , P.C.Colony, Kankarbagh, Patna Bihar-800020
|Orthopaedic Surgery||2||2||Dr. R. N. Singh
Dr. Ashish Singh
For more details : https://accr.natboard.edu.in/
SINCE 1976 …...keeping India moving …...a trusted name in Orthopaedics …Anup Institute of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation …. Has Another Feather in our cap when we proudly announce that AIOR BECOMES A POST GRADUATE ORTHOPAEDIC TEACHING CENTRE after being accredited by the Ministry of Health and Family welfare as a DNB Orthopaedic Hospital…
Headed by Dr.R.N.Singh and Dr. Ashish Singh and their team, the institute emphasizes a whole some approach in education to teach post-graduate doctors not just to be good doctors but how to lead a good life. We also offer specialized training for post-graduates in the form of fellowships in arthroplasty, arthroscopy, trauma, spine, shoulder, pediatric orthopedics, Orthopaedic Oncology and research fellowships. The institute emphasizes the need for research and practice of evidence-based medicine. It also lays tremendous importance on sincerity and discipline.
Our Successful Student passes DNB Orthopaedics with Flying colors from AIOR
Masters in Orthopaedic Surgery – DNB Orthopaedics
Unique to the institution is its methodology of imparting specialized post – graduate training in Orthopaedics. We start at 7.30 am daily class for discussion of Admissions, Pre-ops and post op cases. This is followed by a short presentation by the postgraduates. The consultants are present in the meeting and last 24 hours update is taken. All the fractures are discussed with their treatment options. The academic meeting is followed by Rounds, rounds of the hospital ensue where its mandatory for all the DNB trainees to attend. Following this, all Trainees must work according to their allocated duties (OPD, Casualty, Wards or OT).
All students, are required to compulsorily complete a thesis which should be accepted for publication prior to them giving their qualifying degree examination. Strict review of the logbook is done monthly.
*AIOR was accredited by DNB Board till year 2008.Due to change in the criteria for accreditation , we discontinued but we again got accreditation in 2020.
Important information for DNB Training Candidates
We welcome all the candidates who have acquired or are inclined to take a seat for DNB Training at AIOR. Please kindly go through this notice.
Diplomate of National Board (DNB) is the title awarded by the National Board of Examinations (NBE), an autonomous academic body under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India to candidates who successfully complete their postgraduate or postdoctoral medical education under it.
BENGALURU: Last week, the parliamentary standing committee on health recommended that the Diplomate of National Board (DNB) qualification awarded by the National Board of Examination (NBE) shall be equivalent to Doctor of Medicine (MD).
DNB is slightly difficult to pass than MD. It is because of some of the factors like: OSCEs, different set of examiners, anxiety, different place of examination etc.
Every year 2 primary DNB and 2 secondary Orthopaedic DNB candidates are taken in through the June DNB entrance exam. The postgraduates are posted in OPD, Casualty, Wards and in the OT. There are general and private wards where the PG will get exposed to manage the patients on a one-to-one basis. For the first 4-6 weeks, the fresh PGs must observe the working of the hospital in the casualty, wards and OPD. Following this, they must observe the working of the OT. The OPD’s are on all day long. Casualty duties are 24-hour duties which will be gruelling and tedious, but they train you in and out. OT runs all day every day except on Sundays when cases may be posted if there are emergencies.
7.30 am daily class for discussion of Admissions, Pre-ops and post op cases. This is followed by a short presentation by the Pgs. The consultants are present in the meeting and last 24 hours update is taken. All the fractures are discussed with their treatment options.
The academic meeting is followed by Rounds, rounds of the hospital ensue where its mandatory for all the DNB trainees to attend. Following this, all Trainees must work according to their allocated duties (OPD, Casualty, Wards or OT).
Case Load- Every aspect of the field of Orthopaedics is dealt with here. The Outpatient department load is high, so a variety of cases are encountered. Every interesting case is thoroughly discussed and evening case for discussion slot is available at 4 pm. The theatre load is also very High, and the variety of cases are dealt with.
We have Orthopaedic trauma and Emergency Department, Arthroplasty, Sports Medicine, Robotic Joint replacement centre (First of its kind with the latest Robotic arm assisted technology), Spine Academy, Musculoskeletal oncology (Bone cancer department)
What we aim at AIOR that proper surgical skills are taught. We train Orthopaedic surgeons and not Orthopaedic Technicians so the biomechanical principals and the treatment options are discussed in details. The PG trainees will be given chances according to their functioning in the institute.
What we aim at AIOR that proper surgical skills are taught. We train Orthopaedic surgeons and not Orthopaedic Technicians, so the biomechanical principals and the treatment options are discussed in detail. The PG trainees will be given chances according to their functioning in the institute.
Stipend- AS per the DNB norms
Accommodation is provided/ HRA is given
Working environment is very friendly and it’s like a family for 3 /2 years which you spend there. One must keep in mind that discipline and respect towards work and patients are of utmost priority in the functioning of the hospital.
Post graduate trainees are in the hospital from 7.30 am and as per duty schedule. One shouldn’t consider this as a deciding criterion as one won’t get to see the variety of patients in any DNB institute all over India. The more time one spends at the hospital, the more experience he/she will gain.
AIOR had DNB accreditation and 3 batches passed with flying colours but due to change in rules and regulations we discontinued it.
Academic program- A well planned academic programme is followed. Daily morning class supplemented with regular classes by consultants. You must keep in your mind, that this is a post graduate course, and no one will spoon feed you. You must make an active effort. Whoever makes the effort gets credit and support. The PGs are encouraged to publish papers, present at conferences.
Leaves are strictly monitored and in according to the National Board limit.