Non – Communicable Diseases (NCD) are imposing a growing burden upon low-and-middle-income countries, which are still struggling with infectious diseases so-called double burden of disease. This one year program will provide depth theoretical and practical insight into how NCD programs can be developed, integrated and maintained in a local / National and global perspective. It will support students to develop the capacity for leadership through research; training and practical insight to enable heals their living for everyone.
This program also focuses to bring up professionals that will be able to reform healthcare delivery system in Pakistan for primordial, primary prevention and rehabilitation of NCDs, so that these ambassadors will support in raising the standards of care and prevention form NCDs around the Globe.
AIM OF PROGRAM
Worldwide, the single most common cause of mortality and disability is Cardiovascular Disease (CVD). Although the scientific evidence regarding CVD prevention is compelling and promising, the gap between the theoretical evidence and the real world practice remains unfilled. Hence, there is an immense need to transform the system, delivery and outcomes of Preventive Cardiac Care in Pakistan.
- This innovative program aims at providing students with the in-depth theoretical knowledge and practice skills required to bridge up the implementation gap and meet the recommended therapeutic and lifestyle targets.
- It will not only provide leadership through research, training and practical insight to enable healthier living for all.
- The program focuses to bring up professionals that will be able to reform the healthcare delivery system in Pakistan for primordial and primary prevention of CVDs.
- This valuable program in Preventive Cardiology will enable the graduates to uplift the issue through media advocacy and challenges to changes at policy formulation.
- This program aims to produce professionals well-endowed to fill preventive cardiology specialist positions and state-of-the-art centres of preventive cardiology by amalgamating their knowledge and skills with the real world practice and research application. These ambassadors of preventive cardiology and Rehabilitation will raise the standards of care in respect of NCDs and its prevention around the Globe.
LEARNING AND TEACHING STRATEGIES
Both National and International qualified teaching faculty promotes better understanding through:
- Skill-based labs
- Clinical Practice (Supervised/Independent)
- Research Skills
The institute conducts an Aptitude Test for all eligible candidates. The test consists of Multiple Choice questions about various topics related to human sciences and environment
Applicants are interviewed to assess their suitability to complete the respective course and pursue a career in health sciences.
Applicant selection in M.Phil is strictly based on merit. Final selection of students is decided on the basis of their performance in the following:
- Doctor in Physical Therapy
- Aptitude Test
For admission into the M. Phil (Preventive Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation) course, candidates should have passed Doctor in Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation (DPT) / M.Sc in any discipline of Physiotherapy or equivalent or at least 16 years of education in discipline of health care sciences, at least with second division from any Pakistani University recognized by Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan.
Documents to be Submitted
- Attested copy of SSC / ‘O’ Level (IBCC Equivalence) Certificate
- Attested copy of HSC / ‘A’ Level (IBCC Equivalence) Certificate
- Attested copy of SSC / ‘O’ Level Mark Sheet
- Attested copy of HSC / ‘A’ Level Mark Sheet
- Attested copy of DPT / M.Sc or equivalent Consolidated Mark Sheet
- Attested copy of DPT / M.Sc or equivalent Degree
- Attested copy of NIC or ‘B’ Form of Applicant
- Attested copy of NIC of 2 references
- Attested copy of NIC of Parents / Guardian
- Attested copy of Domicile and PRC
- Applicant’s one (4) passport size photograph
- Applicant’s updated CV
Notification of Admission
Institute will inform successful applicants and a deadline will be given for the confirmation of admission. Offers not accepted by the given deadline will be cancelled
|Admission application form fee||Rs 1000/-|
|Admission processing fees||Rs. 15,000/-|
|Tuition fees||Rs.50,000/- per semester|
|Security Deposit / Caution Money||Rs.25,000/- refundable)|
|Other charges||Rs. 5,000/-|
|Total fee||Rs. 95,000/-|
|· Enrollment fee will be charged separately as per the description of UoK|
|· Examination fee will be charged separately as per the description of UoK before each semester exam.|
Payment of Fees: On receiving an offer of admission from Institute, students are expected to deposit the required (non-refundable) admission and tuition fees within the due date mentioned in the offer letter. If the required fee is not submitted within the specified date the admission will stand cancelled.
Note: Any additional taxes imposed by the government will be the liability of the students/parents/guardian.
The Institute reserves the right to increase the fees if required according to the recommendation of the Governing Body.
Advance fees to be paid semester-wise. All dues need to be cleared within two weeks of commencement of the academic year. Otherwise, 2–5% surcharge will be paid on outstanding fees after the due date.
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