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About Department

Emergency Medicine Technology helps to diagnose and prevent disease through clinical laboratory tests. It is complementary to medical science. It involves analysis of body matter such as fluid, tissue, and blood. It also covers micro-organism screening, chemical analyses, and cell count.

Emergency Medicine Technologists are an integral part of the medical profession. These professionals get involved in practical and technical work to aid correct diagnosis and effective functioning of Biochemical Laboratories.

With adequate knowledge and experience, Emergency Medicine Laboratory Technologists having B.Sc. EMT qualification can work in supervisory or management positions in laboratories and hospitals. They can also work as Laboratory Manager/Consultant/supervisor, health care Administrator, Hospital Outreach coordination, laboratory information system Analyst/Consultant, educational consultant/coordinator etc. Additional opportunities are available in molecular diagnostics, molecular biotechnology companies and in vitro fertilization laboratories as well as in research labs.

Achievements

  • SoPAHS, under the “Health and Family Welfare Department” has got the approval for a clinical establishment and has inaugurated “Community Diagnostic Centre” (with registration no. 38/2019/Khordha). The diagnostic centre is currently providing diagnostic services in and around its locality.
  • SoPAHS is a NSDC approved skill development training center for a number of paramedics and allied health science courses.
  • SoPAHS and Gram Tarang Employment Training Services (GTETS) in CUTM Bhubaneswar have jointly implemented 3 CSR projects in partnership with Wipro GE Healthcare Institute (GEHCI), SBI Foundation Grant (SBIFG) and Union Bank of India Foundation Grant (UBIFG).
  • A pilot project “Up-skilling & Re-skilling of ANMs in Odisha” for Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (ANMs) funded by Odisha Skill Development Authority, Govt. of Odisha has been also carried out by SoPAHS and GTETS.
  • SoPAHS is engaged in community based public health & nutrition research projects aligning to UN Sustainable Development Goals 2 & 3 and Situational assessment of Paramedical and Allied Health Science scenario in 3 states (Odisha, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh) aligning to health sector industry workforce needs through active participation of students and faculty.
  • SoPAHS and GTETS in CUTM Bhubaneswar, along with GE Health care have also successfully trained students for OTAT technician course.
  • SoPAHS and GTETS with HPCL sponsored skill development training have trained 50 hearing impaired students in MLT course.
  • SoPAHS coordinates, supports and creates interactive opportunities for its students with international University students through University Exchange programs on the paramedical and allied health science.
  • SoPAHS is also providing skill courses to the University students to blend in the culture of interdisciplinary learning into the curriculum.

Seminars & Workshops

  • Seminar by Dr. Sikata Nanda (Associate Prof., Dept.of SPM; SCBMCH, Cuttack), on “Biomedical Waste Management” was held on 30th August, 2019.
  • A seminar session was conducted on 26th July, 2019, were Dr. Satya Ranjan Sahu; Dr. Sudhakar Reddy; Prof. Sonali Dash briefed students on “Common Diseses in Rainy Season”.
  • Monali Priyadarsini Mishra (Asst. Prof; AMIT College, Khordha) had delievered a seminar on “Diagnostic Bacteriology” on 21st December, 2019.
  • An FDP on “Basic Instrumentation in Medical Diagnostic Laboratory” was conducted on 12th Dec, 2019, which was facilitated by Prof. Sunil Kumar Jha (Dean, SoPAHS; CUTM).

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