Stepwise process for PGs joining at KEMU /Mayo Hospital

Stepwise process for PGs joining at KEMU /Mayo Hospital: Dr Waqas Ahmad PGR [This is organized to reduce walking between the offices to conserve energy for the training 😅] 1)Take 2 sets of your academic certificates, 2 stamp papers and 4 pictures (all attested) 2)Go to the assistant registrar office(1st floor in front of patiala block on the left side stairs) sign your prp joining. Scan QR code for instructions WhatsApp group. (for MS,MD candidates get challan form from room 1 nearby right side of patiala block and get it paid in BOP.) 3)Go to piccadilly cafe canteen,get three forms: *PG Joining performa *PG pay performa for MS office  *Paid orders form  *Get specimens(attached with joining performa and pay performa)printed out on stamp papers. 4)Get signed 3 performas and stamp papers from your supervisor and head of department. (for FCPS complete step 1 of rtmc,you will get a form in email, get it signed from supervisor and do get faculty List performa from department and get it sig

The Art of Paediatric History Taking

Pediatric History Taking has been discussed in this video. The Sherlockian Approach to history taking is a function of practice and skill acquired over time. However, if the headings, as discussed here, are taken in to account, one can master the art easily. Follow the link to my YouTube:

Guidance Tips for Firstulas

FIRSTULAS, WELCOME TO UNIVERSITY LIFE!  Here are some things I learnt during university life or wished someone had told me earlier. Sharing these tips so you might benefit from: //NO BEST FRIEND. ONLY ACQUAINTANCES//  My elder sister on my coming to hostel suggested me to make as many acquaintances in first year, but no best friend. It worked in my case. It takes time to see true personalities of people around you, while you explore yours along the way.  //STUDY SMART// Make studies your priority. Enjoy co-curriculars along the way. Ask immediate seniors for guidance before every test/substage. Study with your colleagues. Teach eachother what you have studied individually. Concepts gain clarity this way faster. Offer help to eachother in studies. Be brave enough to ask for help when you need it. It's a sign of inner strength, not weakness. Everyone is struggling especially in first year. Read conceptual books alongwith exam-essential books. Watch YouTube animations. Listen to Dr Na

History pearl: Differentiate fits from Jitteriness and myoclonic jerks

 The following video by Dr. M. Tauseef Omer, Fellow Pediatrics, Clinical Fellow Neonatology helps differentiate seizures from Jitteriness and myoclonic jerks

Special Pathology Guideline- 4th Year MBBS

Click on the link below to download the complete guide to special pathology, 4th Year MBBS by Anum Sohail. 4th Year Special Pathology Guideline


Here is the complete General Pharmacology Guide Click here to download

Histology Guidelines for 1st Year MBBS

Here is Complete Guidelines for Histology Portion of 1st Year MBBS Click here to download