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TMCAA Registration for Current Students

TMCAA Registration for Current Students

The current students of the Trivandrum Medical College may register for membership in the Trivandrum Medical College Alumni Association (TMCAA). Click on the button below to register.

Webinar: Cardiovascular & Psychiatric Issues in COVID

Cardiovascular and Psychiatric Issues in COVID-19

We are proud to announce the third International Webinar by TMCAA under the banner of Dr. V. C. Mathew Roy Medical Academy on “Cardiovascular and Psychiatric Issues in COVID-19”

Date and Time: Thursday night, 28 May, 2020 at 7:15 PM (IST),  9:45 AM (EST, USA/ETZ Canada), 5:45 PM (UAE)

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Webinar: Viral Immunology and Vaccines -COVID-19

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We are proud to announce the second International Webinar by TMCAA under the banner of Dr. V. C. Mathew Roy Medical Academy on “Viral Immunology and Vaccines - COVID-19”

Date and Time: Thursday night, 14 May, 2020 at 7:15 pm IST on Zoom.

Sessions

1. “Basic Immunology" by Dr. Vishad Viswanath,TVM
2. “Viral Immunology and Vaccines" by Prof. Joshy Jacob, USA
3. “Clinical Immunology" by Dr. Hari PN, USA

Please register here: https://bit.ly/tmcaa_webinar_registration_tmcaaw0002

Talk on Approach to clinical practice during COVID-19

Talk on Approach to clinical practice in the COVID-19 times

Announcing the first of the Webinar series by TMCAA under the banner of Dr. V. C. Mathew Roy Medical Academy on Thursday night 7.30 pm on Cisco Webex.

Talk on "Approach to clinical practice in the COVID-19 times as we restart seeing patients" by Dr. Aravind R, Head of Department of Infectious Diseases Govt Medical College Thiruvananthapuram

Please register here: https://bit.ly/tmcaa_webinar_registration

Meeting Information

35 Ultrashort Lessons for Healthcare Workers

35 Ultrashort Lessons for Healthcare Workers

An analysis and a tribute to the brave nurses, doctors and all health care workers who have died from Covid, all over the world. A fine and most elaborate work by Dr. Rajeev Jayadevan. If anyone among your family or friends works in healthcare. ask them to spend half an hour of their life going through this article, and share/discuss with their colleagues. Why? Because their life is at risk. The information contained in this article could save their life.

TMC Alumni Association Research Foundation Survey

TMC Alumni Association Research Foundation Survey

TMC Alumni Association Research Foundation is conducting a survey to assess Health Professionals’ awareness and preparedness on COVID-19 in Kerala. After giving your valuable input please share the link to other health professionals. This assessment is open to Doctors, Nurses and Paramedics and supporting persons like the ambulance crew. 

Request your valuable feedback and sharing with your colleagues. Thank you.

Summit on TMC 2020 and Beyond

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Summit on-TRIVANDRUM MEDICAL COLLEGE-2020 AND BEYOND-The Role of the Alumni in empowering the students.

 

TMCAA 15th Grand Annual Convention

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TMC Alumni Association invites you to be part of the 15th Grand Annual Convention and Platinum Jubilee Year Celebration of our Alma mater. The convention will be held on 15th and 16th February 2020, at the Diamond Jubilee Alumni Auditorium. 

60th Reunion of 1959 MBBS Batch

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The 60 Year Get-together of 1959 MBBS Batch was held on 24th November 2019 at Trivandrum Medical College Alumni Diamond Jubilee Auditorium.

The event, aptly named ‘NOSTALGIA 2019’ was attended by over 70 members. The 1959 batch of Trivandrum Medical College is fondly remembered for the initiation of RCC, Neurology, Neonatology, Nephrology and starting the MRCP centre in LRC Library, providing Masterclass series in hard copy and E learning facilities for MRCP and MRCP Super specially in Nephrology. 

World Heart Day – A peep into the heart of the matter

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World Heart Day (WHD) is a global campaign that takes place on the 29th of September every year. It is the brainchild of World Heart Federation. 

World Heart Day reminds people around the world that Cardiovascular    Diseases (CVD) including heart disease and stroke are the world’s leading cause of death, claiming 17.9 million lives each year. Infact, CVD is responsible for nearly half of all Non Communicable Diseases (NCD) deaths.

So it is the world’s number one killer.