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Department of nephrology 2012 eng

  1. 1. School of MedicineDEPARTMENT OF NEPHROLOGY
  2. 2. GOALS There are several specific goals for training in Nephrology that reflect the unique values, strengths, and resources of the Program. These include: Learning a biopsychosocial approach to patient care Pursuing experiences with patient-centered research Participating in activities that improve the health of our community Providing leadership in efforts to improve quality of care Participating in research and curriculum development that advance graduate medical education nationally
  3. 3. HISTORY The Department of Nephrology was re-established in 1992 as successor of the department of the Internal Medicine which was established in 1945. The head of the department is Dr. T.Ariunaa. The department is functioning with five faculty members. The department is running its undergraduate and graduate trainings and research studies based at the nephrology department of the Central Clinical Hospital and Shastin Clinical Hospital
  4. 4. FACULTY MEMBERS Head of the department: T. Ariunaa, Ph.D, Associate Professor Staff: Kh. Gelegjamts, Ph.D., Professor J. Enkhtuya, M.Sc E.Baigalmaa MD J.Ariunbold MD
  5. 5. Cover all aspects of our clinical disciplineincluding kidney injury, glomerulonephritis,vasculitis, electrolyte and acid-basedisorders, hypertension, genetic kidneydiseases, renal complications of pregnancy,chronic kidney disease (CKD), and renalosteodystrophy.We provide primary care to a large group ofpatients with CKD.
  6. 6. RESEARCH Current areas of research focus include studies of the epidemiology of CKD and its risk factors. In addition to research projects supported by governmental research grants, the HSUM Department of Nephrology has been established as the Sister Renal Center by the International Society of Nephrology.
  7. 7. POSTGRADUATE TRAINING Our program is designed to prepare fellows for academic and/or clinical careers in the disciplines of nephrology. We offer training opportunities in combined clinical and research aspects of nephrology, including bench and patient oriented investigation, as well as in clinical nephrology alone. Fellows have the opportunity to participate in the Doctoral Program leading to a Ph.D. in either laboratory or patient–oriented research, or obtain a MS degree in Nephrology.
  8. 8. Undergraduate training3rd year, School of Medicine Block 11 Kidneys and homeostasis 10 credits3rd year , School of Dentistry Introduction to Internal Medicine 2 credits6th year, School of Medicine Clerkship training 70,7 hours
  9. 9. Postgraduate training Residency training in Internal Medicine Specialty training in Nephrology Continuing medical education training for physicians M.S. program Ph.D. program
  10. 10. Research grants “Program for early detection and prevention of chronic kidney diseases in Mongolia“, 2007-2009, International Society of Nephrology Research grant, project coordinator T.Ariunaa “Prevalence of chronic kidney diseases in Mongolia“, 2008-2012, Ministry of Health Research grant, project coordinator T.Ariunaa, Kh.Gelegjamts
  11. 11. Organized eventsEvent Organizations Number of participants involvedInternational WHO, ISN 80-100 physicians fromSociety of Ulaanbaatar city andNephrology provincesCME,2006,2008, 2010
  12. 12. ISN COMGAN CME-1 . 2006
  13. 13. ISN COMGAN CME-2 . 2008
  14. 14. ISN COMGAN CME-3 . 2010
  15. 15. ISN COMGAN SISTER RENAL CENTRE2010 LEVEL C2012 LEVEL BThe formal ribbon cutting ceremony, celebration of Sister Renal Centers andopening of the Prevention Clinic attended by the •head of the WHO Dr Wiwat (to the right in ribbon cutting picture) •president of HSUM, Professor Lkhagvasuren •Dr Paul Tam, medical director of SRD
  16. 16. Joint training for Seoul National 40-50general practitioners University physiciansand nephrologists, from district2009, 2010, 2011 hospitals and major nephrology departments
  17. 17. Organized eventsWorld kidney day, WHO, Central 602008, 2009,2010, Clinical Hospital, nephrologist2011,2012 Shastin Clinical s and Hospital internal medicine doctors
  18. 18. World kidney day
  19. 19. Textbooks and educational materials1. Approach to the patient with kidney diseases – 20022. Diagnosis and treatment of common diseases –3. Clinical guidelines for family doctors4. Internal medicine 20052. Nephrology, first edition – 2006 400 pages3. Internal medicine - 2008, 350 pages4. Nephrology, second edition - 2010 480 pages
  20. 20. Publications Articles Li PKT, Chow KM, Matsuo S, Yang CW, Jha V, Becker G, Chen N, Sharma SK, Chittinandana A, Chowdhury S, Harris DC, Hooi LS, Imai E, Kim S, Kim SG, Langham R, Padilla BS, Teo BW, Togtokh A, Walker RG, Wang HY, Tsukamoto Y. Asian Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Best Practice Recommendations – Positional Statements for Early Detection of CKD from Asian Forum for CKD Initiatives (AFCKDI). Nephrology ( Carlton ) 2011 Sep;16(7):633-641 [Epub 2011 Jul 20] Sharma S.K, Zou H., Ariunaa T. et al. Burden of CKD, proteinuria, and cardiovascular risk among Chinese, Mongolian and Nepalese participants in the International Society of Nephrology screening programs AJKD, Vol 56, No 5, 2010: pp 915-927
  21. 21. ABSTRACTS1. T.Ariunaa, J.Enkhtuya, Kh.Gelegjamts "Results of programm of early detection of CKD in Mongolia " 11th Asian Pacific Congress of Nephrology, Malaysia 2008, 5-9 May2. T.Ariunaa, J.Enkhtuya, Kh.Gelegjamts ”Awareness of Kidney Disease and its risk factors in the Mongolian population” 3rd Asian forum of Chronic Kidney Disease, Taiwan, 2009, 18-19 April3. T.Ariunaa, J.Enkhtuya, Kh.Gelegjamts ”Prevalence of cases with decreased Glomerular filtration rate among population of Ulaanbaatar city”. The 10-th International congress of the Asian Society of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, September 10-11, 2009 Ulaanbaatar Mongolia
  22. 22. 4. T.Ariunaa, J.Enkhtuya, E.Baigalmaa, Kh.Gelegjamts”Prevalence of cases with decreased GFR among Mongolian population” World Congress of Nephrology 2011, Vancouver, Canada, 8-12 April, 20115. E.Baigalmaa, J.M.Roscoe, T.Sikaneta “Use of MgCaCO3 preparation to manage hyperphosphatemia in peritoneal dialysis patients” World Congress of Nephrology 2011, Vancouver, Canada, 8-12 April, 20116. T.Ariunaa, N.Perico, E.Baigalmaa , J.Enkhtuya “Salty tea intake and hypertantion in Mongolia”12th Asian Pacific Congress of Nephrology in conjuction with 4th Asian Forum of CKD Initiative, June 4, 2010, Seoul, Korea
  23. 23. ISN COMGAN SISTER RENAL CENTRE2010 LEVEL C2012 LEVEL BThe formal ribbon cutting ceremony, celebration of Sister Renal Centers andopening of the Prevention Clinic attended by the •head of the WHO Dr Wiwat (to the right in ribbon cutting picture) •president of HSUM, Professor Lkhagvasuren •Dr Paul Tam, medical director of SRD
  24. 24. Clinical activities• Kh.Gelegjamts: General nephrologist of the Ministry of Health of Mongolia, member of Internal medicine board of the Ministry of Health of Mongolia, consultant of Hospital N 2,3• T.Ariunaa: General nephrologist of the Ministry of Health of Mongolia, member of Internal medicine board of the Ministry of Health of Mongolia, consultant of Kidney Diseases Prevention Center, Erkhes outpatient clinic, HSUM• J.Enkhtuya: consultant of Kidney Diseases Prevention Center, Erkhes outpatient clinic, HSUM
  25. 25. Membership in professional societies International Society of Nephrology Asian-Pacific society of Nephrology Mongolian of Internal Medicine
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  27. 27. Thank you for your attention

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