The All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Nagpur Emergency Medicine Faculty Development Program
ASHWAMEGH SESSION IV
The Fourth Session of ASHWAMEGH Focused on Continued Microteaching Skills in PG Training.
Fundamentals of Skills sets and Education communication strategies for learning were discussed.
Open ended questions were answered.
Discussion was also held on developmental processes to be followed by faculty to improve their microteaching skills.
ASHWAMEGH will teach key methods of Training , Clinical Leadership, Management of Emergency and Trauma Centers, Academic Research, Education Tools and Strategies as well provision of Quality Patient Care using Global Benchmarks. ASHWAMEGH will also encourage networking and bonding between the founding faculties coming from Anesthesia, Medicine, Surgery , Orthopedics and Pulmonary Medicine into Academic Emergency Medicine. ASHWAMEGH is Very engaging and will enhance the skills of teachers as they transit with their base knowledge to a specialty which demands "Timing, Precision & Knowledge". EM Specialists have a demanding work pattern which works a via brain which can Multi-Task and make splint second decisions based on process systems which are in place. These systems are developed via a deep understanding of process management of the specialty which transcends all specialties. ASHWAMEGH Fellows will also have the phenomenal opportunity to interact with National as well as International Leaders of Academic Emergency Medicine.
ASHWAMEGH is being held in partnership with the WHO Collaborating Center for Emergency and Trauma in South East Asia.