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PROJECT: MBBS CONSULT
In the Beginning   India is now the 4th    Largest Economy of the    World.   We are now 1.2 billion    strong nation. ...
Some More Statistics   India is supply constrained:        Shortage in Beds: 0.9 Beds per thousand population as        ...
The Challenges of the Future   Increase in Population: 1.4 billion by 2026   Shift in Demographics   Increasing pool of...
The Challenges of the Future   Lack of Infrastructure and Manpower    a) Dearth of quality and trained staff for better p...
Common Challenges for Teaching and Learning                                      • I have attended a lecture on neuro-anat...
Common Challenges for Teaching and Learning                                     • I took a lecture yesterday of neuro-anat...
Common Challenges for Teaching and Learning                            •Due to lack of cadavers and ban on animal, its    ...
Why do we need this project? Union Health Minister, GOI, CII, Healthcare Summit, 2010   “India needs additional 900,000 d...
Why do we need this project?                   Issues                             Problems                  SolutionsLack ...
The Concept                                                                 MBBS Curriculum                               ...
Product Structure
Demo: Image Based Graphic
Demo: Simulation
Demo: Video
About Reed Elsevier   World’s leading medical publisher    and information provider : $10B in    revenue globally, more t...
Our Vision “We provide healthcare organizations, professionals and their patients world-class content and technology solut...
Role ELSEVIER can play MBBS Consult - a Web Based, e-learning tool for use by medical/  dental/ nursing colleges in order...
Product Structure
Demo: Image Based Graphic
Demo: Simulation
Demo: Video
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e-India 2011: ELSEVIER's MBBS CONSULT

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e-India 2011: ELSEVIER's MBBS CONSULT

  1. 1. PROJECT: MBBS CONSULT
  2. 2. In the Beginning India is now the 4th Largest Economy of the World. We are now 1.2 billion strong nation. Projected at 1.4 billion by 2026 Rural: Urban ratio @ 69:31 which by 2030 will be 60:40 Source: Census 2011 2
  3. 3. Some More Statistics India is supply constrained:  Shortage in Beds: 0.9 Beds per thousand population as against the global average of 3.3 per thousand.  Shortage in Physicians: 0.6 physicians per thousand population against the global average of 2.7 per thousand.  Shortage in Nurses: 1.3 Nurses per thousand population against the global average of 2.8 Nurses per thousand.  Shortage in Medical Seats: 500,000 Medical aspirants fight for 35,000 MBBS Seats while 100,000 PG aspirants fight for 23,000 PG seats  India lacks a strong Medical Education Infrastructure.  Creating a gap in Healthcare Delivery at various levels. WHO World Health Statistics 2010 3
  4. 4. The Challenges of the Future Increase in Population: 1.4 billion by 2026 Shift in Demographics Increasing pool of Geriatric population: currently 96 million to 168 million by 2026. Dual Disease burden a) Urban India battling with Lifestyle Diseases such as COPD, Diabetes, Cardio-Vascular diseases. b) Rural India is still struggling with Communicable Diseases such as Tuberculosis, Typhoid etc. 4
  5. 5. The Challenges of the Future Lack of Infrastructure and Manpower a) Dearth of quality and trained staff for better patient care. b) Poor infrastructure and reach in Tier 2/3 Cities and Rural areas to attract quality doctors. c) Limited number of quality faculty, Faculty Recruitment and Retention. d) Non-Standard Content and Limited Research scope. e) Limited ability to provide clinical training f) Non-availability of quality teaching aids. 5
  6. 6. Common Challenges for Teaching and Learning • I have attended a lecture on neuro-anatomy • I could not visualize the key concepts delivered and could not relate it to clinical application • I referred to multiple books in library but problem is persistent • Is it because of large class group teaching or because of inexperienced faculty ?A 1st year MBBS student @ a Medical College • I have attended a practical lab of physiology • Since it was done in large group, I could not get a chance to perform anything because of limited resources • I referred to multiple books but could not get any help because it was all theory without any interactivity • I checked freeware on internet but it was impossible to get anything relevant and credible -6-
  7. 7. Common Challenges for Teaching and Learning • I took a lecture yesterday of neuro-anatomy • It was very difficult task to make student visualise and integrate key concepts • It is very challenging to deliver a lecture to a large classroom and in an interactive/ interesting way that keeps the students engaged throughoutA Professor of Anatomy @ a Medical College •I will be taking a practical lab in the evening, my challenge is how to get all the students perform the lab with limited resource available • It is very challenging for me to do a quick and ongoing assessment of my students learning/ understanding of key concepts -7-
  8. 8. Common Challenges for Teaching and Learning •Due to lack of cadavers and ban on animal, its becoming very difficult for the students and faculty to assess practical knowledge. I definitely need some solution which can address this! •There are tons of small vendors offering point solutions like Video CDs/ simulation tools ofDean of a Medical College individual subject, but I need a one stop credible solution which has value for money for my unused infrastructure. •I will love to have a system which brings transparency in terms of performance, feedback of both the faculty as well as students! -8-
  9. 9. Why do we need this project? Union Health Minister, GOI, CII, Healthcare Summit, 2010 “India needs additional 900,000 doctors to cater to the needs of the growing population. In order to fulfill this demand, the key challenge is the lack of trained faculty and support staff. Because of the long gestation period and high attrition of doctors to developed countries (around 5000 doctors/ year), the quality of education is compromised” India has 314 Medical College , 290 Dental College and 1200 Nursing College. Market research identifies four key areas of health professional education market :  Lack of visualization of key concepts  Lack of integration between clinical and non clinical subject areas/ topics  Lack of enough practical skills  Lack of standardized and timely assessments
  10. 10. Why do we need this project? Issues Problems SolutionsLack of human resource Visualisation of concepts Interactive 2D/3D Animation, Videos,Declining Faculty Student Ratio Graphic Integration between Videos, interactiveInexperienced Faculty different topics Animation, Simulation, Slide deckLack of standard teaching aids Non Availability of Continuous assessment ongoing assessment modulesLack of practical exposure Lack of practical Skills Interactive Animation Simulation Tools,Restriction on animal experimentation Procedural Videos,Inadequate patient load in newer colleges Lack of adequate cadavers
  11. 11. The Concept MBBS Curriculum Must Know Desirable To Know Difficult Concepts Easy Concepts Theoretical Concepts Practical Skills SimulationMust know and difficult Must Know difficult MBBS Consulttheoretical concepts practical concepts
  12. 12. Product Structure
  13. 13. Demo: Image Based Graphic
  14. 14. Demo: Simulation
  15. 15. Demo: Video
  16. 16. About Reed Elsevier World’s leading medical publisher and information provider : $10B in revenue globally, more than 130 years old. Best Selling titles include  The Lancet  Gray’s Anatomy  Guyton’s Physiology  Robbin’s Pathology  Netter’s Anatomy  Davidson’s Medicine
  17. 17. Our Vision “We provide healthcare organizations, professionals and their patients world-class content and technology solutions that optimize decisions and actions to improve quality, safety and cost effectiveness of care.”Our Overarching Objective “Contribute to the progress and application of science, by delivering superior information products and tools that build insights and enable advancement in research”
  18. 18. Role ELSEVIER can play MBBS Consult - a Web Based, e-learning tool for use by medical/ dental/ nursing colleges in order to supplement teaching/ learning process. It will provide modules with : 2D / 3D Animation Graphics Simulation Video’s Class room assessment  Slide deck MBBS consult will help bridge the gap between demand for quality education & severe lack of availability of faculty, skills & teaching aids 18
  19. 19. Product Structure
  20. 20. Demo: Image Based Graphic
  21. 21. Demo: Simulation
  22. 22. Demo: Video
  23. 23. Thanks!! 23

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