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Junior World Congress 2019

Christian Medical College, Ludhiana in association with Asian Medical Students Association

<div \"data-stled-text-align: justify;\"><strong>JUNIOR WORLD CONGRESS 2019</strong> is an initiative undertaken by Christian Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana, on the occasion of <strong>125</strong> years of establishment of the institution in association with <strong>AMSA-India</strong>. After years of delivering quality medical education, we bring to you our latest venture in revitalizing undergraduate medical education. This programme is aimed at providing a platform to open the vast world of medical knowledge to undergraduate medical students as well as an opportunity for integration of students from all over the world.  </div><div \"data-stled-text-align: center;\"><strong>Theme : Non Communicable Diseases</strong>  </div><div \"data-stled-text-align: justify;\">The reason behind selection of this theme is the alarming rate of rise in Non Communicable Diseases and their associated long term complications. Demographic data ascertains a monstrously large share of almost 70\% of deaths to NCD’s killing more than 36 million people every year. The shifting trend of the global health burden from infectious to non infectious etiologies is an alarming problem and something the future doctors of tomorrow should be prepared for. Hence with the advent of JWC 2019 we intend to disseminate the knowledge and skills needed by undergraduate medical students in tackling the problem that lies ahead. The same is intended to be achieved by the wide selection of Keynote lectures, Panel discussions, Academic programme, hands-on–training through the workshops that JWC-2019 has to offer and our unique medical-MUN.</div>
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  • <b>About us</b>
  • <b>Event Schedule</b>
  • <b>Workshops</b>
  • <b>Academic & Cultural</b>
Christian Medical College, Ludhiana 

The Christian Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana is one of the most prestigious medical institutes in India. It was the first medical college for women in Asia and was established by Dr Edith Mary Brown and her colleagues in 1894 as the North Indian School of Medicine for Christian Women. Christian Medical College in 1952, came into being to admit both men and women for the MBBS course after that.

This year CMCH celebrates its 125 years of success with over 2,000 graduates serving in India and the world. Furthermore, It has  expanded its services to include Dental College, College of Nursing, College of Physiotherapy and Institute of Allied Health Sciences.
The college is affiliated with the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot.

Home to a world renowned Social and Preventive Medicine (SPM) Department, CMC provides health services in rural belts around Ludhiana as well. The hospital has each floor dedicated to a particular specialty, inclusive of private OPDs to cater to all medical needs of the patients. The indoor services can accommodate 800 patients in the wards, which are centrally air conditioned and well equipped with state of the art instruments and machines.

The college is recognised for its rich tradition that integrates academics with extra curriculars. The Music and Theatre Workshop is an event that encompasses many aspects to showcase the hidden forte in every student. It strives to make its students good human beings as they grow to become doctors.

Over the years, CMC has maintained its stand at being one of the best and sets the benchmark for contributing exceptional doctors to the world.
Asian Medical Students Association - India

AMSA-India is a chapter of AMSA International, that started in 2011. It now has over 650 medical students from all over the country.

This family of medical students is always ever evolving and expanding in terms of diversity in ideas, culture, and team work; the true essence of AMSA's credo- Knowledge, Action, Friendship. It has been at the helm of bringing the medical fraternity together here in India.

Apart from active participation in AMSA International conferences (AMSC and EAMSC) in Taiwan, Australia, Malaysia, Korea; AMSA India has been actively organizing health camps in association with Child, Rights, and You (CRY), taking part in awareness programmes about various disorders, publishing the AMSA- India newsletter and holding Asian Medical Students' Exchange Programme (AMSEP).
Day 0
5 p.m - 7 p.m | Opening Ceremony
8 p.m - 11 p.m | Welcome Dinner

Day 01
7 a.m - 8 a.m | Breakfast
8 a.m - 2 p.m | Hormonics-Endocrine (Workshop)
8 a.m - 2 p.m | BLS Batch 01 (Workshop)
10 a.m - 2 p.m | Keynote Lectures
10 a.m - 2 p.m | Ficcitio, Voice Over, Medical Karaoke
2 p.m - 3 p.m | Lunch
3 p.m - 8 p.m | BLS Batch 02 (Workshop)
3 p.m - 4 p.m | Debate
4 p.m - 6 p.m | Research Paper Presentation
4 p.m - 6 p.m | Coloribus, Movie Projection
6 p.m - 7 p.m | Quiiz - Sign It

Day 02
5 a.m - 8 a.m | Cycling Marathon
7 a.m - 8 a.m | Breakfast
8 a.m - 2 p.m | Haematoncology (Workshop)
8 a.m - 2 p.m | Mental Health (Workshop)
10 a.m - 2 p.m | Keynote Lectures
2 p.m - 3 p.m | Lunch
3 p.m - 6 p.m | Medical Mun
3 p.m - 5 p.m | Case Presentation
5 p.m - 7 p.m | (Jam) Impulse
4 p.m - 6 p.m | Treasure Hunt

Day 03 
7 a.m - 8 a.m | Breakfast
8 a.m - 2 p.m | Cardiacus - Heart Diseases (Workshop)
8 a.m - 2 p.m | Infigos-Orthopaedics (Bonus Workshop)
10 a.m - 2 p.m | Keynote Lectures
10 a.m - 2 p.m | Doodle Fable, Saga
2 p.m - 3 p.m | Lunch
3 p.m - 6 p.m | Medical MUN
3 p.m - 5 p.m | Research Poster Presentation
5 p.m - 7 p.m | Pharma Bee
4 p.m - 6 p.m | Commertio

Day 04
7 a.m - 8 a.m | Breakfast
8 a.m - 2 p.m | Cephalique-Neurological Disorder (Workshop)
8 a.m - 2 p.m | Chronic Kidney Diseases-Nephrology (Workshop)
10 a.m - 2 p.m | Medical Dumcharades, Extempore
12 p.m - 2 p.m | Press Conference
2 p.m - 3 p.m | Lunch
3 p.m - 5 p.m | Nerd-o-pedia
3 p.m - 5 p.m | Clinical Photo Assay
5 p.m - 6 p.m | Valedictory & Prize Distribution
(Stroke and other Neurological Disorders)
This workshop will be focusing on stroke and other neurological diseases that burden our society and aims to teach undergraduates the basics of treatment and management of such patients through interactive discussions and practical learning.

- Case scenarios to help in identifying, localizing and giving immediate treatment .
- First hand experience of the definitive management for stroke and learning about the complications of stroke and their subsequent management.
- EEG Demonstration and interpretation the EEG patterns (normal and abnormal) with examples of case scenarios.
- Demonstrations of nerve conduction test
- Demonstration of thrombolysis using a simulator.

Here's hoping this workshop sparks an interest in you in the field of neurology so that many young minds walk out with the aim of becoming neurologists!

Ideas and innovations stem from the basic root i.e. action. Pathology, Haematoncology and Radiation Therapy dept. together presents to you this workshop which will give you the spark to drive those actions. This workshop focuses on laboratory diagnosis and treatment of various malignancies.The undergraduates will get an understanding of the steps involved in diagnosing and treating these cancers and they will also learn how to approach incurable patients and make their lives better. Thus, it will be an interactive session with the aim of giving the students an insight into cancer management.

- Early and accurate diagnosis of cancer.
- Use of pathological applications for making diagnosis.
- Use of various modalities for treating cancer.
- Palliation - when prognosis is poor.

90\% of people who suffer out-of-hospital cardiac arrests die. CPR if given within few minutes can double or triple the chance of survival. This BLS instructor led course teaches both single rescuer and team based basic life support skills for application in both prehospital and in facility environments.

- High-quality CPR for adults, children, and infants
- The AHA Chain of Survival, specifically the BLS components
- Use of an AED
- Effective ventilations using a barrier device
- Bag and mask technique
- Importance of teams in multi-rescuer resuscitation and performance as an effective team member during multi rescuer CPR
- Relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for adults and infants

Come and get hands-on training at this American Heart Association accredited workshop and get equipped with the right set of skills to save a life as a doctor in training!

India being the diabetic capital of the world and we being the future doctors should definitely be one step ahead when it comes to having the skills and knowledge to manage and treat diabetic patients.

This delegate friendly workshop will give you the chance to express your experience as a Type 2 Diabetic who has been be put on Diabetic regime for a day! Sounds interesting right? We will also be having patients interacting and sharing their experience with the students

Get the chance to examine the only palpable Endocrine organ (of course not in males!), the Thyroid.

- Workshop on Diabetes and living as a Type 2 Diabetic for a day (diabetic food regime + s.c. injections)
- Session involving interaction of the delegates with patients
- Use of glucometers
- Hands on examination of thyroid

(Heart Diseases)

Be ready to develop your core skills to channelize an easier and skillful approach towards ailments of the human heart through this workshop.
We begin with fundamental concepts of electrocardiogram(ECG) - the quintessential investigation that medical students find most daunting.
The workshop also includes a session on murmurs - their identification and localisation, investigations along with talks on the emerging breakthrough techniques and surgeries by expert cardiologists.

- Hands on experience with ECG interpretation.-Murmurs : identification and localisation
- Identification of common arrhythmias.
- Management modalities – Coronary Angiography, Interventional Cardiology, CABG and Valve replacement surgery.
- Interactive session with the experts.


Interested in the skeletal system and everything that makes it move? Come and rekindle your love for this highly sought after branch.

Our goal is to equip the participants to manage common orthopaedic conditions, emphasizing on grasping knowledge and surgical skills.

The multi-pronged design of the workshop aims at providing the participants with the fundamentals of Orthopaedics and hands-on experience done under the guidance of efficient and experienced Orthopaedicians in the field.

-Emergency Trauma Care and Basic principles of fracture management
-Care of spinal injuries
-Understanding the fundamentals of arthroscopic techniques

Hands on:
  • Basic Life Support
  • Application of POP cast
  • Skeletal Traction/ External fixation

  • Removal of POP cast
  • Nailing and Plating
  • Quiz 
  • Nerd-o-pedia
  • Sign It
  • Clinical Photo Assay
  • Debate
  • Case Presentation
  • Pharma Atlas And Pharma Spelling Bee
  • Research Paper And E-poster Presentation
  • Press Conference
Medical-Model United Nation(MUN)
Presenting to you all,the standout academic event of JWC19 Model united nations.Prepare yourself to unleash the leader and decision maker in you and be responsible for deciding the future course of world action on health.

We will be simulating World Health Organisation ,the premier decision making body on all issues related to health.It will be 50 members committee ,with each individual representing one country.Single delegation will be allowed that is one person gets to represent one country and all the rules will be standard protocols .

This is your chance to get an engrossing experience of debating and policy making .The event will be a one day event with the ideal aim towards preparing a resolution to combat the issue at hand.

The topic will be revealed in due course and names will be taken on first come basis.

So hurry and stay tuned for more updates.

Limited seats are available,  the people opting for the JWC WHO MUN in their registration forms for the JWC will be sent at a later date another application form for the JWC WHO MUN,  and countries will be allotted on the basis of MUN experience and the responses filled in the form.  The person will  then be requested to pay 200 rupees as registration for the event, paying which will confirm his/her participation in the event.  Please note,  due to the paucity of the seats, opting for JWC WHO MUN in the registration form does not garuntee your participation in the event.  

Happy MUNing!

©COLORIBUS-Painting competition
 A splash of colors can create a smile on others.

©DOODLE FABLE-Terribly tiny tales
Scribble down your inner thoughts to mesmerize the readers.

©FICCIO-Fan fiction
Have you ever wanted to change something about any of your favourite medical TV shows, movies or books? Well here’s your chance to do just that with Ficcio which has been inspired by the popular concept of fan fiction.

©MEDRADES-Medical dumb charades
 Never before has playing dumb been this fun. Bring your guessing games to the fore as one mimes these simple medical terms!!

©DICERE-Voice over
Speak for you favourite medical celebrities in ways you may have imagined but never actually gotten to.

©COMMERCIO-Advertisement making competition
Selling is an art. Brush up your marketing skills cause we are here to see if u have what it takes to be a medical representative!

©SAGA-Story making
Here is your chance to let your imagination fly and come up with most mind boggling stories ever. Just follow what your eyes show (or don’t show).

Grey’s Idol- Medical Karaoke
Sing along medical literature to your favourite tunes.

  No script, no plan, no rehearsal! Only your wits and a dash of improvisation on the spot to tell us what you think on impromptu topics.

©Dx-Clinical case treasure hunt
Treasure hunting? You heard it right. Just about time for all you sleuths to solve some medical cases, instead. Nothing too complicated, just follow the clues, help with the diagnosis, we’ll call it a deuce.

Think you’ve got what it takes to talk for 60 seconds non stop. Or will you perish under the pressure?

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Prof Peter Sandercock | MA, DM, FRCPE, FESO
Academic Clinical Neurologist, Emeritus Professor of Neurology, University of Edinburgh
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