Date: 12th and 13th June, 2014.

Batch: Ahir Summy Batch

Venue: Auditorium, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth.

             A 2 day workshop on EviGenCHIP was held for Ahir Summy batch on the 12th and 13th of June, 2014 at the auditorium of Sumandeep Vidyapeeth. A total of 25 faculties and 110 students participated in the workshop.

            The workshop began with the registration of the faculty and delegates. The first session was on the introduction to the concept of EviGenCHIP by Dr. Niraj Pandit. This was followed by a talk on what are the different issues which can be called a problem and worked upon. This session was conducted by Dr. Lakhan Kataria.

            After tea break it was time for the first group activity by the delegates, guided by the faculty. The students were divided into 5 groups, each group being mentored by 6 faculty. The list of groups and their faculty is attached as Annexure 1.

            The first post lunch session was on how the identified problem can be refined into a research topic and how contemporary literature can be assessed and searched for relevant references to the problem at hand. This session was taken by Dr. Ajay George. This was followed by the second group activity on Refining the problem and searching literature.

            Day two started with 3 didactic sessions on Research designs, Ethics in research and Searching for solutions and Framing the question, by Dr. Divyang Patel, Dr. Arvind Kanchan and Dr. Sagun Desai respectively.

            The third group activity was conducted after tea. The post lunch session began with session on Action plan and Gantt Charting for project activities by Dr, Lavlesh Kumar. The students were informed of the schedule of different activities related to their projects. This schedule is attached as Annexure 2.

            The final group activity was on preparing the action plan for the respective projects and fine tuning different aspects of the projects.

            The final session was on Feedback of the workshop from both faculty and delegates. The valedictory function was presided by the Dean, Dr. G. V. Shah. Two students from the last year’s batch, Arushi Agarwal batch viz. Harsh Hirani and Kesha Mankad recounted their experiences of doing the project. Dr. G. V. Shah gave a short address on the importance of doing such projects. Vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Ajay George.

At the end of the workshop, a total of 18 projects were identified by the student groups to be worked upon. List is attached herewith.

 

PRISM – A MEU Initiative

Evidence Generating Community Health Project – EviGenCHIP

Medical Education Unit

SBKS Medical Institution & Research Center, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth, Piparia

Ahir Summy batch – Date – 12-13 June 2014

Venue – Auditorium and Demo rooms

Day & Time Topic Name of Facilitator/s Venue
Day -1
9.00 to 9.15 am Registration
9.15 to 9.40 am Inauguration
9.40 to 10.30 am EviGenCHIP – Introduction and concept Dr. Niraj Pandit Auditorium
10.30 to 11.00 am What is problem? Dr. Lakhan Kataria Auditorium
11-00 to 11.15 am Tea break
11.15 to 12-45 pm Group work -1– Identification of problem 5 group discussion Demo rooms
12-45 to 1.45 pm Lunch break
1.45 to 2.45 pm Refining problem  & Searching literature Dr. Ajay George Auditorium
2-45 to 4.45 pm Group work-2 – Refining the problem & Searching relevant literature 5 group discussion Demo rooms
Day -2
9-10 to 9-50 am Research designs Dr. Divyang Patel Auditorium
9.50 to 10.30 am Ethics in Research (HRRP) Dr. Arvind Kanchan Auditorium
10.30 to 10.45 am Searching possible solution and framing question Dr. Sagun Desai Auditorium
10.45 to 11.00 am Tea break
11.00 to 12.45 pm Group work-3- on searching solution and framing question 5 group discussion Demo rooms
12.45 to 1-45 pm Lunch break
1.45 to 2.15 pm Action plan and Gantt Charting for activities Dr. Lavleshkumar Auditorium
2.15 to 4.00 Group work-4-on action plan and selecting mentor for project and time line 5 group discussion Demo rooms
4.00 pm to 4.45 pm Feedback and Valedictory Dr. Hetal Pandya & Radhika Rana Auditorium

There are five groups for group work. The distribution of groups, facilitators and venue is as under –

A-   Roll no -1 to 22 –Hetal Pandya/ Shridhar Raval / Pragnesh Parmar / BM Sattagiri/ Kishan Ninama– College council

B-   Roll no – 23 to 44 –Lakhan Kataria / Grishma Chauhan / Jigar Shah / Radhika Rana/ Trushan Shah– New MEU room

C-   Roll no – 45 to 66 – Lavlesh Kumar/ Divyang Patel/ Vijoy Singh/ Stani Ajay / Niraj Pandit– Micro Demo

D-   Roll no – 67 to 88 –Ajay George / Monark Vyas / Gunvanti Rathod /Jashmin Jasani/ Mahavir Rajput– Old MEU room

E-   Roll no – 89 to 110 –Sagun Desai / Maharshi Patel /  Nirali Chauhan/ Pallav /Sapan Goswami – Auditorium

Date: 09-10 April 2015.

Batch: Akash Agrawal batch

Venue: Auditorium, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth.

            A 2 day workshop on EviGenCHIP was held for Akash Agrawal batch on the 9th and 10th of April, 2015 at the auditorium of Sumandeep Vidyapeeth. A total of 20 faculties and 106 students participated in the workshop.

            The workshop began with the registration of the faculty and delegates. The first session was on the introduction to the concept of EviGenCHIP by Dr. Niraj Pandit. This was followed by a talk on what are the different issues which can be called a problem and worked upon. This session was conducted by Dr. Pragnesh Parmar.

            After tea break it was time for the first group activity by the delegates, guided by the faculty. The students were divided into 5 groups, each group being mentored by 6 faculty. The list of groups and their faculty is attached as Annexure 1.

            The first post lunch session was on how the identified problem can be refined into a research topic and how contemporary literature can be assessed and searched for relevant references to the problem at hand. This session was taken by Dr. Maharshi Patel. This was followed by the second group activity on Refining the problem and searching literature.

            Day two started with 3 didactic sessions on Research designs, Ethics in research and Searching for solutions and Framing the question, by Dr. Divyang Patel, Dr. Prasad Muley and Dr. Gunvanti Rathod respectively.

            The third group activity was conducted after tea. The post lunch session began with session on Action plan and Gantt Charting for project activities by Dr. Shridhar Rawal. The students were informed of the schedule of different activities related to their projects. This schedule is attached as Annexure 2.

            The final group activity was on preparing the action plan for the respective projects and fine tuning different aspects of the projects.

            The final session was on Feedback of the workshop from both faculty and delegates. The valedictory function was presided by the Dean, Dr. G. V. Shah.

Dr. G. V. Shah gave a short address on the importance of doing such projects. Vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Rakesh Patel.

At the end of the workshop, a total of 18 projects were identified by the student groups to be worked upon.

 

PRISM –A MEU Initiative

Evidence Generating Community Health Project – EviGenCHIP

SBKS Medical Institution & Research Center, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth, Piparia

AKash Agrawalbatch – Date – 09-10 April 2015

Venue – Auditorium and Demo rooms

Day & Time Topic Name of Facilitator/s Venue
Day -1
9.00 to 9.15 am Registration
9.15 to 9.40 am Inauguration
9.40 to 10.30 am EviGenCHIP – Introduction and concept Dr. NirajPandit Auditorium
10.30 to 11.00 am What is problem? Dr. PragneshParmar Auditorium
11-00 to 11.15 am Tea break
11.15 to 12-45 pm Group work -1– Identification of problem 5 group discussion Demo rooms
12-45 to 1.45 pm Lunch break
1.45 to 2.45 pm Refining problem  &Searching literature Dr. Maharshi Patel Auditorium
2-45 to 4.45 pm Group work-2 – Refining the problem& Searching relevant literature 5 group discussion Demo rooms
Day -2
9-10 to 9-50 am Research designs Dr. Divyang Patel Auditorium
9.50 to 10.30 am Ethics in Research (HRRP) Dr. Prasad Muley Auditorium
10.30 to 10.45 am Searching possible solution and framing question Dr. GunvantiRathod Auditorium
10.45 to 11.00 am Tea break
11.00 to 12.45 pm Group work-3- on searching solution and framing question 5 group discussion Demo rooms
12.45 to 1-45 pm Lunch break
1.45 to 2.15 pm Action plan and Gantt Charting for activities Dr. ShridharRawal Auditorium
2.15 to 4.00 Group work-4-on action plan and selecting mentor for project and time line 5 group discussion Demo rooms
4.00 pm to 4.45 pm Feedback and Valedictory Dr. Rakesh Patel Auditorium

There are five groups for group work. The distribution of groups, facilitators and venue is as under –

Group Roll No. Faculty& Venue
A 1-20 Hetal Pandya/ ShridharRaval / PragneshParmar /Som Lakhani– College council-observer from other colleges
B 21-40 LakhanKataria /Vaibhav Mehta / Jigar Shah /  TejasKalaria– New MEU room- Dr. Prasad Mulye
C 41-60 Lavlesh Kumar/ Divyang Patel/ Vijoy Singh/ Stani Ajay /– Micro Demo- observer from other colleges
D 61-80 Ajay George / GunvantiRathod /JashminJasani/ Mahavir Rajput–Biochemistry Demo room- observer from other colleges
E 81-106 NirajPandit/Rakeshpatel / Maharshi Patel / U.I.Bhatt   – Auditorium- observer from other colleges

Evidence Generating Community Health Intervention Project (EviGenCHIP)-2015

Smt B.K Shah Medical Institute & Research Centre

 

Report- EviGenCHIP Workshop (Bharpoda Kunjan Batch)

 

Evidence generating community health intervention project is unique programme initiated by Medical Education Unit of Smt B.K Shah medical institute & research centre. EviGenCHIP provides medical students to experience the rewards of group discussion, learning from insight of other participants and developing collective wisdom. It also give them opportunity to contribute generating evidence in the scientific community and make them problem solving.

Bharpoda Kunjan Batch is the 4th Batch that was participating in EviGenCHIP programme. Different faculty members from difference department are identified as mentor for a group of students. Total strength of students were 32. They are divided in six groups. 6 mentors were identified to guide students.

A pre workshop meeting was organized at college council room with all mentors & faculty members to make them orient about EviGenCHIP concept & process.

A one day workshop was organized for students to make them orient about EviGenCHIP process. Workshop was held on 29th December 2015 at Biochemistry Demonstration Hall. Faculty members, mentors and students were actively participated in workshop and at the end of workshop ruff synopsis of 6 projects were made. All projects were finalized under guidance of mentors and ethical approval was derived from SVIEC.  During a period of 4 month all groups collect data, analyze data and prepared a report and submit it under guidance of mentors.

All groups were made presentation in front of Judge on 29th April 2016 in biochemistry demonstration hall. Based on presentation and project Dr Bhagya (Judge) evaluates each group.

List of projects

Group Guide Student’s Roll No Title of Project
1 Dr Pragnesh 01 to 05 Study of knowledge, attitude and practice regarding organ donation among undergraduate students
2 Dr Divyang 06 to 10 A prevalence study of smoking among young population
3 Dr Som 11 to 15 A cross sectional study of identify the risk factors of superficial fungal infection
4 Dr Tejas 16 to 20 Cross sectional study looking at impact of medication & lifestyle related factor on blood pressure control in hypertensive out  patients at Dhiraj general hospital
5 Dr Hemangini 21 to 26 Use of contraceptive methods & its socio-demographic determinants among married women of reproductive age group
6 Dr Grishma 27 to 32 A cross sectional study on comparison of prevalence of cigarette smoking among male medical and non medical students of waghodia

Evidence Generating Community Health Intervention Project (EviGenCHIP)-2016

Smt B.K Shah Medical Institute & Research Centre

Report- EviGenCHIP Workshop (Agrawal Tanvi Batch)

The word EviGenCHIP means Evidence Generating Community Health Projects. Concept of EvigenCHIP comes from PSBH (Problem solving for Better Health). We are continuously tried to find solution for Health problem and this is medical profession also. In EviGenCHIP programme, two full day workshop organized for whole batch. During this workshop sessions are held on different topics of research methodology, every session followed by brain storming. One project chose by group of five students and one faculty member as mentor as well as guide for these projects. The topic they chose are mostly those topics which students consider as public health problem and it is needed remedial action on that and students try to find out solution of this problem and during this process they will generate on evidence that will help medical fraternity to promote, preservation and restoration of health of community. This evidence is related with local situation so applicability is increased.This Process increases research aptitude among student.

Agrawal Tanvi is the 5th Batch that was participating in EviGenCHIP programme. Different faculty members from difference departments were identified as mentor for a group of students. Total strength of students was 84. They are divided in 13 groups. 13 mentors were identified to guide students.

A pre workshop meeting was organized on 20th June 2016 at college council room with mentors & faculty members to make them orient about EviGenCHIP concept & process. During this meeting a copy of SOP and handbook is provided to mentors so they can better prepare.

A Two full day workshop was organized for students to make them orient about EviGenCHIP process. Workshop was held on 29th & 30th June 2016 at Auditorium. Faculty members, mentors and students were actively participated in workshop and at the end of workshop ruff synopsis of 13 projects were made. All projects were finalized under guidance of mentors and ethical approval was derived from SVIEC.  During a period of 5 month all groups collect data, analyze data and prepared a report and submit it under guidance of mentors.

All groups were made presentation in front of Judges on 25th November 2016 at Auditorium.Based on presentation and project Dr Vasudev Rawal and Dr J.M Harshoda  (Judges) evaluates each group.

List of projects

SR NO TITLE OF PROJECT NAME GUIDE
1 A BASELINE TITRE OF WIDAL TEST IN HEALTHY BLOOD DONORS PRIYAM BHIL MRS RADHIKA KHARA
AMRUSHA BHOLA
AVINASH CHAUDHARY
BHUMI CHAUHAN
KULDEEP CHHATBAR
2 DRUG ABUSE IN YOUTH OF VADODARA SMIT SHAH MRS SEEMA TOSHNIWAL
SUHANI SHAH
KHUSHALI SHARMA
RAJ SHARMA
AKSHATA THORAT
3 A STUDY OF KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICES REGARDING BREAST FEEDING AMONG MOTHERS OF VADODARA DISTRICT DHATRI SARVAIYA DR MANISH KATHAD
JENIL SAVANI
BHOOMI SOLANKI
HENCY THACKER
NEHAL SONI
4 PREVALENCE OF HYPERTENSION AND ITS ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS AMONGST THE SECOND YEAR MBBS STUDENTS OF SBKS MI & RC PATEL JAGDISH DR MAHARSHI PATEL
PATEL KETAN
PATEL PARTH
PATEL TWISHA
PATEL VAIBHAV
QURESHI MISBAH
5 TO STUDY EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF ACNE PATIENTS ATTENDING DHIRAJ GENERAL HOSPITAL KEYA PATEL DR SOM LAKHANI
MANTRA PATEL
SUCHI PATEL
DHAVAL RATHOD
PARTH SARDHARA
6 A STUDY OF KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES OF MOSQUITO CONTROL MEASURE AMONG URBAN & RURAL POPULATION OF VADODARA RISHABH SHAH DR DIVYANG PATEL
SHAIL SHAH
YASH SOLANKI
HARSH THACKER
NIKUNJ VAKANI
ADIT ZOTA
7 A STUDY ON AWARENESS, KNOWLEDGE AND VACCINATION STATUS OF HEPATITIS B AMONG 2ND AND 3RD YEAR MEDICAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF S.B.K.S. MEDICAL INSTITUTE & RESEARCH CENTRE, VADODARA DISTRICT, GUJARAT, INDIA JADEJA JIGNABA DR GRISHMA CHAUHAN
JOSHI HITARTHI M
LABANA URVASHI P
PANCHAL BHRANTIBEN D
PATEL BANSRI N
8 PREVALENCE OF CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS IN THE FEMALES VISITING THE OBG & GYNAECOLOGY OPD AT DHIRAJ GENERAL HOSPITAL JOHRI TAARINI ANIL DR HIMANI B. PANDYA
MAKRANI MOINULHAQ
MAHIDA ARTIKUMARI
KANAGO AAKASH
PARMAR VAIBHAVKUMAR
9 SOCIO DEMOGRAPHIC AND OTHER RISK FACTORS OF PREGNANCY INDUCED HYPERTENSION GHADIA PARAS DR NIRAJ PANDIT
GHEVARIYA RUSHI HI
HADA TRUPESH
HIRPARA SOROHI R
10 A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF LIVER CIRRHOSIS, AN OVERVIEW, ITS PREVALENCE, CLINICAL MANIFESTATION & INVESTIGATION IN PATIENTS ADMITTED TO THE MEDICINE WARD IN A RURAL TEACHING HOSPITAL POBARU UNNATI ERVILLA DAS
PATEL GUNJAN
PATEL DHRUV
PATEL MEHULKUMAR
PATEL SHAINI
11 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF TUBERCULOSIS AMONGST MEDICAL STUDENTS OF SBKS MIRC PATEL BHARGAVI DR STANI FRANSIC
PATEL KRUPA
PATEL MIHIR
RAJPUT ANSH
RATHOD YASHVEE
ROXBURGH YASH
12 PREVALENCE OF OBESITY IN CHILDREN OF PRIVATE AND GOVERNMENT SCHOOL AGARWAL TANVI DR HIRAL PANCHAL
AGRAWAL POOJABEN
AGRAWAL RUSHABH
AKHANI VATSAL
BHAVSAR MIT
13  A STUDY ON USE OF OVER THE COUNTER DRUGS (OTC) AMONG PHARMACISTS IN URBAN POPULATION OF VADODARA CITY ISRANI KAKKAN DR NIRAV PATEL
JOSHI MITTAL
KALAL PRACHIBEN
KAPADIA SNEHA
PATEL ANKITA

EviGenCHIP Workshop Report-January’17

Baldania Parth Batch

Co-ordinator: Dr. Grishma Chauhan

Evidence Generating Community Health Projects (EviGenCHIP) is the part of EBM teaching in SumandeepVidyapeeth, where students work on community health projects and generate new evidences. EviGenCHIP projects are preceded by two days training workshop on searching skills and other research aspects. EviGenCHIP is to sensitize the medical students in understanding community health problems, generate various levels of evidences and think to find out the solution with available resources at local set up.

A pre workshop meeting was organized on 30/12/2016 at college council room with mentors & faculty members to make them orient about EviGenCHIP concept & process. During this meeting a copy of SOP and handbook is provided to the mentors to get idea about the workshop.

Baldania Parth  Kunjan Batch is the 6th Batch that was participating in EviGenCHIP programme. Two days workshop on  Evidence Generating Community Health Project (EviGenCHIP) for 3rd M.B.B.S. Part-I students  (Baldania Parth Batch) was conducted by the Department of Community Medicine dept., SBKS MI & RC, Piparia on 5th – 6th January 2017.

This is the Practical exercise of EBES for 3rd year students as EviGenCHIP is the component of EBM, Mentors has been allotted to the students to complete the projects. Lectures on related topics were taken by trained Facilitators of the SBKS MI RC for the mentors and students which were followed by group work activities.

In group work activities, the mentors who have been allotted their group of students joined and worked on the problem and discussed step by step in each group activity according to the topics taught in the lecture.

Total 76 students participated from the Baldania Parth batch and divided in 16 groups.  These 16 projects were completed by the students under the guidance of mentors successfully in time line given to them and presented in powerpoint format in front of the judges (Dr. J.D.Lakhani & Dr. Prasad Mulley). Marks had been allotted to the students according to performances and were added to practical component of EBM.

Schedule of the two days workshop with name of the facilitators:

Program details:  5th & 6th January 2017. Time: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Day & Time Topic Name of Facilitator/s Venue
Day -1
9.00 to 9.15 am Registration
9.15 to 9.40 am Inauguration
9.40 to 10.30 am EviGenCHIP – Introduction and concept Dr. Grishma Chauhan Auditorium
10.30 to 11.00 am What is problem? Mrs. Gitanjali Purohit Auditorium
11-00 to 11.15 am Tea break
11.15 to 12-45 pm Group work -1– Identification of problem 5 group discussion Demo rooms
12-45 to 1.45 pm Lunch break
1.45 to 2.45 pm Refining problem  &Searching literature Dr. Ajay George Auditorium
2-45 to 4.45 pm Group work-2 – Refining the problem& Searching relevant literature 5 group discussion Demo rooms
Day -2
9-10 to 9-50 am Research designs Dr. Jay Patwa Auditorium
9.50 to 10.30 am Ethics in Research (HRRP) Dr. Lavelsh Kumar Auditorium
10.30 to 10.45 am Searching possible solution and framing question Dr. Divyang Patel Auditorium
10.45 to 11.00 am Tea break
11.00 to 12.45 pm Group work-3- on searching solution and framing question 5 group discussion Demo rooms
12.45 to 1-45 pm Lunch break
1.45 to 2.15 pm Action plan and Gantt Charting for activities Dr. Lavlesh Kumar Auditorium
2.15 to 4.00 Group work-4-on action plan and selecting mentor for project and time line 5 group discussion Demo rooms
4.00 pm to 4.45 pm Feedback and Valedictory Dr. Divyang Auditorium

Project list is as under of Baldania Parth :

List of Evidence Generating Community Health Projects (EviGenCHIP) – Jan 2017

Baldania Parth Batch

Sr. no. TOPIC NAME OF MENTOR PARTICIPATING STUDENTS WITH ROLL NO.
1. A KAP Study of HIV/AIDS among School going Adolescents. Dr. Divyang Patel 1-

6-

8-

9-

11-

2. Study on Prevalence of LBW neonates in study population- may be comparative b/t rural and urban Dr. Seema Toshniwal 2-

3-

4-

7-

3. KAP Study on awareness of Brestfeeding in Postnatal mothers admitted in Dhiraj Hospital Dr. Sunil Doshi 5-

13-

14-

19-

4. Prevalence of refractive error in patients attending eye OPD at DGH of age between 5 to 25 years Dr. Deepak Patel 10-

12-

16-

17-

? 18-

5. Study on awareness of current biomedical waste management among paramedical staff of DGH Dr. Grishma/

Dr. Bhavesh

20-

21-

22-

23-

24-

6. Study on Clinical profile of Tuberculosis patient Dr. Bhavesh Patel 25-

26-

27-

28-

29-

7. Study of Prevalence of Diabetic foot in type-1 & type-2 diabetes mellitus patients and Practice of proper preventive measures among them Dr. Kalpesh Zunzurukia 30-

31-

32-

33-

8. Study on awareness on menstrual hygiene among women of piparia village.. Dr. Himani Pandya 34-

35-

36-

37-

38-

9. Clinical & Epidemiological Profile of Hypertensive patients in Medicine OPD, DGH Dr. Santosh Kumar 39-

40-

41-

43-

48-

10. Pregnancy and Sickle cell anemia- A Prospective study in tertiary health centre Dr. Kuntal Patel 42-

45-

46-

50-

57-

11. Epidemiological and Clinical Profile of Scabies of 30 patients residing in Waghodiya district Dr. Som Lakhani 44-

47-

49-

51-

52-

12. Study on Knowledge and awareness regarding hazards of addiction of tobacco consumption in high school going students of Palanpur district of Gujarat Dr. Maharshi Patel 53-

54-

55-

56-

13. A Comparative study on HIV Awareness among medical and non medical students of waghodiya district, vadodara Dr. Manish/Dr. Jay 58-

59-

60-

61-

62-

14. Prevalence of Addiction of social networking sites among medical students Dr. Jenish Vanparia 73-

74-

75-

76-

15. Transfusion transmissible infectious diseases among Blood donors in DGH Dr. Jigna Patel/

Dr. Rippal Bhimani

63-

64-

65-

66-

67-

16. Study on Role of Lignocaine in acute anal fissure Dr. Honeypalsinh 68-

69-

70-

71-

72-

 

EviGenCHIP Workshop Report-May’17

Amin Aneri Batch

Co-ordinator: Dr. Grishma Chauhan

A pre workshop meeting was organized on 28/04/2017 at college council room with mentors & faculty members to make them orient about EviGenCHIP concept & process.

Amin Aneri Batch is the 7th Batch that was participating in EviGenCHIP programme. Two days workshop on  Evidence Generating Community Health Project (EviGenCHIP) for 3rdM.B.B.S. Part-I students  (Amin Aneri Batch) was conducted by the Department of Community Medicine dept., on behalf of SBKS MI & RC, Piparia on 3rd – 4th May 2017.

This is the Practical exercise of EBES for 3rd year students as EviGenCHIP is the component of EBM, Mentors has been allotted to the students to complete the projects. Lectures on related topics were taken by trained Facilitators of the SBKS MI RC for the mentors and students which were followed by group work activities.

In group work activities, the mentors who have been allotted their group of students joined and worked on the problem and discussed step by step in each group activity according to the topics taught in the lecture.

Total 102 students participated from the Amin Aneri batch and divided in 20 groups.  So these group of students are going to do 20 EviGenCHIP projects under the guidance of 19 mentors from various department of SBKS MIRC.

After the completion of the projects in given time line, projects will be presented in powerpoint format in front of the judges and marks will be allotted according to performance of the individuals which will be added in the practical component of EBM.

Schedule of the two days workshop with name of the facilitators:

Program details:  3rd & 4th May2017. Time: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Evidence Generating Community Health Project – EviGenCHIP

SBKS Medical Institution & Research Center, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth, Piparia

Amin Aneri Batch – Date –3rd & 4th May 2017

Venue – Auditorium and Demo rooms

Day & Time Topic Name of Facilitator/s Venue
Day -1
9.00 to 9.15 am Registration
9.15 to 9.40 am Inauguration
9.40 to 10.30 am EviGenCHIP – Introduction and concept Dr. Grishma Chauhan Auditorium
10.30 to 11.00 am What is problem? Mrs. Gitanjali Purohit Auditorium
11-00 to 11.15 am Tea break
11.15 to 12-45 pm Group work -1– Identification of problem 5 group discussion Demo rooms
12-45 to 1.45 pm Lunch break
1.45 to 2.45 pm Refining problem  &Searching literature Dr. Lakhan Kataria Auditorium
2-45 to 4.45 pm Group work-2 – Refining the problem& Searching relevant literature 5 group discussion Demo rooms
Day -2
9-10 to 9-50 am Research designs Dr. Jay Patwa Auditorium
9.50 to 10.30 am Ethics in Research (HRRP) Dr. Lavelsh Kumar Auditorium
10.30 to 10.45 am Searching possible solution and framing question Dr. Divyang Patel Auditorium
10.45 to 11.00 am Tea break
11.00 to 12.45 pm Group work-3- on searching solution and framing question 5 group discussion Demo rooms
12.45 to 1-45 pm Lunch break
1.45 to 2.15 pm Action plan and Gantt Charting for activities Dr. Niraj Pandit Auditorium
2.15 to 4.00 Group work-4-on action plan and selecting mentor for project and time line 5 group discussion Demo rooms
4.00 pm to 4.45 pm Feedback and Valedictory Dr. Grishma Auditorium

There are five groups for group work. The distribution of groups, mentors and venue is as under

Group A (Auditorium) Group B (Lec Hall 3) Group C (MEU room) Group D (Auditorium) Group E (College council room)
Roll no. 1-22 Roll no. 23-44 Roll no. 45-66 Roll no. 67-88 89-110
Dr. Divyang Patel Dr. Grishma Chauhan Dr. Jay Dr. Manish Kathad Dr. Niraj Pandit
Dr. Punit Singh Dr. Rippal Bhimani Dr. Kuntal Patel Dr. Bhavita Patel Dr. Kirti Patel
Dr. Hetal Vaishnanai Dr. Himani Pandya Dr. Nilesh Patel Dr. Vijoy Singh Dr. Kisan Ninama
Dr. Nirali Chauhan Dr. Nirav Patel Dr. Aditya Agarwal Mr. Pawan Toshniwal Dr. Aarti Shah