Diploma in Family Medicine (DFM)
COURSE OBJECTIVES ARE TO:
- To train Primary Care Physicians in the management of common conditions presenting to the primary health care, including management of non-communicable diseases.
- To improve the consultation skills of Primary Care Physicians.
- To familiarise them with evidence-based medicine and give them access to available resources and management guidelines.
WHY DFM at KMU?
- The course is a one year condensed blended learning programme.
- The course will be facilitated by internationally trained experts in the field of family medicine.
- The course is split into six modules with work placed based assessment and modular assessment.
- Outcome specific clinical rotations.
- Quality assured by the Quality Enhancement Cell of KMU.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Wonderful opportunity for doctors working as Primary Care Physicians or those pursuing career in Family Medicine to update the knowledge and familiarize with the current guidelines and protocols.
- Valid PMDC Registration
- 12 months of House Job in a PMDC recognized hospital
- Candidates already working in public sector primary care are encouraged to apply.
- Candidates with a minimum of 6-month experience in primary care will be given preference.
Institutes offering this Program
- KMU Institute of Public Health & Social Sciences, IPH&SS