What is PSM simplified ?
After completing MBBS and internship, usually the student is lost in the ocean, what to study, from where to start and what to follow… so many guidelines, and thousands of doubts…
Most of the subjects are like constrained into a box, this is pharmacology, and this is pathology and this is medicine, or obstetrics… thus we are trained to segregate and put the disease into box compartments, which actually are not water tight and hence may lead to confusions in our mind for solving the MCQs.
So, The PSM Simplified classes is being conducted by the best Faculty in Community medicine – Dr. Mukhmohit Singh and the sessions are organised across country and outside India for benefit of the students aspiring for Various national and international examinations.
The PSM simplified classes would be helpful for:
UG exams – Final (part 1)
PG entrance Exams
MCh / DM Entrance exams
USMLE / AMC exams
- Our approach
Unlike this, the PSM classes will provide you an ‘integrated UG preparation’ manual. we shall study the microbiology, pharmacology, pathology, medicine and surgery, obstetrics and paediatrics of the disease as an integrated approach. This understanding of ‘concepts’ will enable the student to focus on disease and how to attempt MCQs
So, we want the students to open the mind, forget the thought of subjects and MBBS, rather focus on disease and human…
- Our strategy
Biostatistics epidemiology, Concept of screening and disease, concept of prevention are all interlinked. We shall train the student to understand the concepts rather than simply mugging up. The trick over here, lies in the simple fact to enable the student to understand rather than cram as it will benefit the student to tackle any level, any type of MCQ and not merely relying upon conventional method of revising old MCQs
National health programs, Maternal and Child health: These will be discussed in depth, to understand the strategies of each program, enabling student to understand and solve any MCQ
Nutrition, Environment, Entomology, communicable and non-communicable diseases, does require special attention by the student as these could be leading questions and sometimes even are the rank deciders.
The basics and other miscellaneous topics in Community medicine are made in easy to understand concepts which will always the help the student to secure good ranks in the Entrance exams.
- Unique course module
The course Module to cover the entire Community Medicine would be as follows:
Section 1: General Epidemiology, Demography, Family planning, Environment, Laws in medical care
Section 2: Nutrition, Nutrition related programs, Growth & Development, Immunizations, Screening of Disease
Section 3: Biostatistics, maternal and child health, National health programs
Section 4: National Health Programs, Communicable, non-communicable, IEC, Health management, Concept of disease/health, Image based MCQs.
MIR – Mukhmohit’s Integrated Review – The PSM Simplified workbook
It is a unique blend of communicable diseases, demographic data for MCQs, recent advances in immunization and guidelines for MCQs.
It also includes an exclusive section of latest data from our health statistics from India – census, SRS, NFHS. And recently launched schemes and policies.
MIR – also includes Special section of – ‘pixelosis’ the Image based MCQ discussion based on the latest pattern of the MCQs being asked
Why PSM simplified ?
- PSM Simplified classes, will give you an extra edge over many subjects as Paediatrics (immunizations, growth and development), Obstetrics (contraception), Obs and Gyne (contraception, mother – ANC), Medicine (infectious Disease, non-communicable disease, cancers), microbiology (communicable diseases), related pathology and pharmacology.
- The integrated approach to various Infections as – HIV, Tuberculosis, Malaria, Leprosy will help you in understanding the disease as whole – taking the disease subject wise – as
- Physiology of Lungs
- Microbiology of TB
- Pathology of TB
- Medicine of TB
- Pharmacology of TB
- PSM of TB
- The PSM Simplified Classes – will make you the master of concepts in diseases and health.The frequently asked MCQs, Controversial MCQs, controversial guidelines for same disease, doubts will all be done in these Classes
- There will be a special Session for AIIMS, JIPMER, PGI, NEET-PG Entrance exams. This will enable you to keep your focused approach – on how to tackle each exam
- The most Unique aspect of PSM-Simplified classes are the Exclusive Conceptual Biostatistics Session (CBS). This is a Unique combination of research, theory and practical all sewn through a single thread for easy understanding of concepts. The session is structured for easy understanding of the chapters in biostatics as:
Alongside, the student will be enabled to understand the concept of Confidence interval, P-Value and relating it to answer the higher difficulty level MCQs for various central PG entrance examinations.
- Rest be assured, regarding the latest information for the updates on the national health programs, newer guidelines and new initiatives – which will be covered in our classes. All the students will also be updated regarding the Updates from the program using IT and video Conferencing – even after you enrol for our classes
- An innovative and yet a simple approach for easy understanding and referral for later-on use, PSM-simplified classes are presented to young doctors along with a “MIR” – Mukhmohit’s Integrated Review – “The PSM Simplified Workbook”
- Many students will be worried regarding the plan to study for exams. We help our students for making an exclusive and ‘customised’ study plan best matching the competency and syllabus covered by the student. The customised plans are most appreciated and has proven to benefit hundreds of students.
- Unique data management system of the course will enable you to have have a personal access code which will enable the access to webinars, FB groups for fast and easy access to updates, recent data from surveys, changes in programs, new treatment modalities.
Come, be a part of the change,
Be a part of the ‘revolution’ in Community Medicine