Helping 100 Postgraduate Medical Students Do Better Research For Their Thesis
In October 2016, during Daan Utsav, QMed raised funds to assist 100 PG students* with the
“Literature Searching and Reference Management” component of their theses.
How will QMed assist 100 PGs?
- We will conduct a full day hands on workshop on
a) Mastering PubMed and
b) Reference Management with Mendeley
These – for only 10 students at a time(For details of each workshop’s coverage please visit this page)
- We will later mentor each student for the searching, citations and bibliography for his/her individual thesis topic.
*Note: This is applicable to Mumbai based PGs only, for logistical reasons.
Why should you as a postgraduate student join this initiative, when you have the Research Methodology Workshop?
- We cover LOTS more than we do in the RMW lecture. (The lecture on searching is of 1-hour duration. The workshop is one full day with hands on practice. And reference management is not taught in the RMW)
- You will get more personalized attention than in our regular workshops
- After the workshop you will get support for your individual thesis topic
- And as a result, you will save loads of time, and you will have much more relevant literature for your thesis
- The cost of assisting one PG student works out to Rs. 2500/- and QMed has subsidized this for you, through a fund-raising program that we did in October 2016.
- You will be required to give a small contribution of Rs. 500/- to the Foundation, and not Rs. 2500/- which would be the real cost
Eligibility: You are eligible if you:
- Are a PG student doing MD / MS / MDS / MSc or related health sciences PG courses like Nursing, Physiotherapy, OT etc
- Have not yet submitted your thesis, and have enough time to work on it
What do you – as a PG student have to commit to?
- Attending a one day workshop on literature searching and reference management
- Attending the entire workshop – which means coming on time and staying till the end. Please do not choose an “on call day” to attend the workshop
- Work on the literature search & citations & references for the thesis topic, by taking guidance from us in person, or through Skype / Google Hangout.
(In other words we will guide you by helping you with your doubts and offering suggestions, but you will carry out the work)
So far the workshops have been held at:
- Seth GS Medical College / KEM Hospital – Library (Telemedicine Hall)
We thank Dr Supe and the authorities of Seth GS Medical College for assistance with the venue. We thank the library team for all their assistance.
- QMed’s office in Andheri East
We can hold the program in your institution, if we have groups of ten PGs, and the college can provide us with a room / hall, projector and Internet facility (Or if the group is ready to use Dongles or Wifi hotspots from mobile phones)
How can a PG student register for this program?
- If you are a PG student in a Mumbai based institution and wish to get trained in these skills and also receive personalized help for the searching and referencing for your thesis, please fill in this registration form.
- Please make your contribution of Rs. 500 before you fill the form, as you will need to fill in the necessary details.
Methods of payment
- Direct bank transfer to QMed –
Account Name – Quality Medical Knowledge Foundation
Savings A/c No : 395010100192880
IFS CODE : UTIB0000395
Axis Bank Ltd MIDC-Andheri (Mumbai) Branch
- Through Instamojo – using a Debit or Credit card – Please click here.
- No cash or on the spot payments please
Once we receive payment from 100 eligible PG students (based on criteria we have mentioned), we will stop accepting forms.
For any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 40054474 (or 9867292230 after 5 PM)
- Next workshop – tentatively on Sun Sep 24
Note: If you are
- An Undergraduate student
- A PG student who has already submitted your thesis
- A super specialty student
- A PhD student of any health sciences stream
- A faculty in a medical college / teaching program
- In private practice
You could either attend a Workshop@QMed (we take one to three participants), at our office in Andheri East, or you could organize one in your institution if there is a minimum of 18 participants. –Do visit our website page – http://www.qmed.ngo/
Do specifically check out the sections – Content coverage, Workshop details, Registration & Confirmations and Donations/Payments for details
Participants registered for forthcoming workshops for the 100 PGs program
(Registered participants get a priority for forthcoming workshops.)
|Sr. No.||Name||Institute||Date Confirmed|
|1.||Bangi Najnin Ladkhan||Tata Memorial Hospital||————–|
|2.||Nilesh Nagorao Haran||Tata Memorial Centre||————–|
|3.||Priyanka Gupta||Seth GSMC – KEM||————–|
|4.||Rajesh Fanindra Katre||Seth GSMC – KEM||————–|
|5.||Renju Ravi||Seth GSMC – KEM||————–|
Participants who attended earlier workshops:
13 August, 2017 – Workshop 9
|1.||Kunal A. Shah||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|2.||Sapkal Ashwini Baburao||Seth GSMC – KEM|
30 July, 2017 – Workshop 8
|1.||Bhaskar Ambika Ramraj||Seth GSMC – KEM|
16 July, 2017 – Workshop 7
|1.||Akanksha Pradip Dani||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|2.||Chandrika Nemaji Dandekar||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|3.||Maheshchandra M.Chape||LTMMC – Sion|
|4.||Priyanka S Shenoy||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|5.||Yetalkar Ashwini Digamberrao||Seth GSMC – KEM|
26 June, 2017 – Workshop 6
|1.||Kokate Abhishek Rajendra||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|2.||Munshi Abdul Muzil Abdul Aziz||Asian Heart Institute|
|3.||Neha Gawarle||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|4.||Rahini S||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|5.||Tilottama Wankhede||Seth GSMC – KEM|
28 March, 2017 – Workshop 5
|1.||Barsha Pathak||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|2.||Bhanupriya Pande||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|3.||Pritee Dharmale||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|4.||Rashmi S Kulkarni||Seth GSMC – KEM|
18 February, 2017 – Workshop 4
|1.||Amarnath D.||PD Hinduja|
|2.||Anusha C P||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|3.||Aritra Kumar Bose||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|4.||Gauri Thorat||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|5.||Niharika Pant||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|6.||Ram Vishvanath Bhagyawant||TNMC – Nair|
|7.||Ruhi dass||Seth GSMC – KEM|
05 February, 2017 – Workshop 3
|1.||Anindita Banerjee||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|2.||Anuradha Mohapatra||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|3.||Daljeet Kaur||TNMC – Nair|
|4.||Kanakalakshmi Swaminathan||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|5.||Roopal V Nipurte||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|6.||Saurabha U S||Seth GSMC – KEM|
29 January, 2017 – Workshop 2
|1.||Deepal Tarun Shah||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|2.||Jyoti Prakash Panda||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|3.||Meghana Baburao Kate||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|4.||Neha Dilip Herlekar||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|5.||Priyanka Singh||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|6.||Ramakrishna Umesh Kamath||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|7.||Shilpa Prakash Rathod||Seth GSMC – KEM|
15 January, 2017 – Workshop 1
|1.||Ajinkya Sanjay Rodge||TNMC – Nair|
|2.||Evith Pereira||MGM Medical College, Navi Mumbai|
|3.||Hemant R. Kanase||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|4.||Miteshkumar Maurya||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|5.||Pavan Dhoble||PD Hinduja National Hospital|
|6.||Pratik Chaudhari||Seth GSMC – KEM|
|7.||Pratik Tibdewal||Seth GSMC – KEM|