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It has five civilian health colleges and a health school in Myanmar (Burma). The Myanmar School of Medicine is recognized by the Myanmar Health Council and Government. University of Medicine-1, formerly Institute of Medicine-1, is the oldest of four health facilities in Myanmar (formerly Burma). Four health care university undergraduates will be chosen from those with the highest scientific score in Myanmar's enrollment exam.

An M. B. B. S. equivalence to the M. D. qualification is offered by the university. University of Medicine-1 has three large campuses: In 1923-24, a course in medicine was first launched in Burma at Rangoon General Hospital, Rangoon Colleges. In 1930, the University of Rangoon became the founding university of the University of Rangoon.

Instead, a revised course was held, after which the Licentiate of the State Medical Board (LSMB) was awarded. Even though the University of Medicine edifice was kept untouched, all lab instruments and all mount and specimen collections in the museums of the Department of Pathology and Forensic Medicine were totally damaged and precious literature from the university libraries were also deleted.

In the aftermath of the conflict, all the constitutive universities of the reconstituent University of Rangoon became faculties and the School of Medicine became a dean. The Institutes of Medicine were founded with the adoption of the University Education Act in May 1964. Since 1973, the management of the three health institutes and the Institute of Dentistry has been entrusted to the Ministry of Health and placed under the supervision of the Department of Health Education, now the Department of Health Personnel.

Postgraduate study programmes were established at the three Institutes of Medicine in 1964, whereby the Dean of the study programmes is the Rector's responsibility for their organisation and administrators. In 1970, the Board of Directors for Continuing Medical Education came under the direction of the Director. When the Department of Medical Education was established in 1973, the Board became under the direction of the Director General of the Department of Medical Education, now known as the Department of Health Manpower.

In 1937, the General Medicinal Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) recognized the M.B., B.S. from Rangoon University and thus Rangoon Medicinal College, so that our health students do not have to be seated for LRCP & MRCS before working in the UK or completing further courses such as MRCP & FRCS.

Rangoon University of Rangoon students' first strikes meant that the Rangoon College course could not begin until 1923/24. Thus, our medicine forerunners like U Ba Than, Colonel Min Sein, Daw Yin May and U Maung Gale had to go to Calcutta and received M.B. (Calcutta), not M.B., B.S. (Calcutta).

Prof. Dr. Khin Maung Win (Pathologist) was a Bombay University alumnus and his first Ph. D. was M.B., B.S. (Bombay). Maung Maung Taik received his M.B., B.S. from the University of Lucknow. Professor U Aung Than from Dental College and Professor Daw Phayt from Microbiology are the two LSMB beneficiaries.

L.M.P. (Licentiate of M. P.) graduates were also educated at Rangoon University. Rangoon College also conducted a compressed course for M.B., B.S. qualifications for the AMPs. Prof. U Aung Nyunt of Mandalay was another AMP who survived the condense course. Yangon University, the leading health care facility in the Far East before and after the Second World War.

Actually, the Department of Medicine 1 and thus the former School of Medicine is the parent institution of all other Burmese health care institutions, as well as the Department of Dentistry. Rangoon University School of Medicine (as our School of Medicine was officially named after independence) opened the Mandalay School of Medicine (BMF) in 1954, which was transformed into the Mandalay School of Medicine in 1964.

Anatomy and Physiology Teachers were also named part-time lecturers and heads of related disciplines at Medical College 2, Mingaladon until it became the Institute of Medicine 2, Yangon in 1964. Dental School was also opened as part of the Medical School, and later became the Institute of Dentistry in 1964.

Dentistry was founded by the Department of Dentistry and the Department of Physical Science, later the Department of Biology until 1992. Now all first deans of all Institutes of Medicine and Dentistry in Burma were alumni of our Faculty of Medicine. The first M.B., B.S. the second M.B., B.S. the third M.B., B.S. the third M. B.B. and B.S. are also sent to the clinic for six month each.

They are sent to various educational institutions, such as the departments of preventive and social medicine for visits to municipal healthcare institutions. During the first six month of their studies, they will be involved in the following disciplines: eyes, noses and ears, ophthalmology, urrology, neurology, TB, sexually transmitted infections, orthopaedics and trauma, dermatology, mental and psychiatric disorders, Oro-Maxillo face and face surgery, x-ray, radiation therapy, anaesthesiology, thorax and paediatrics.

Problem-oriented Learning (PBL), Community and Behavioural Science (CBL) und Behavioural Science werden, soweit relevanten, in den M.B., B.S. Kurs integriert. After successfully completing the final exam part II, all of our patients undergo one year of practical education as home surgery in one of the recognised teaching clinics in Yangon and / or in the state and divisional clinics.

The Yangon University has a new M. B., B. S. course of study with a minor change in the programme of 1923 C. s.. In order to comply with the General Medical Council of Great Britain regulations, they had to include directives on children's health services, pre-natal treatment and causes of increased infant deaths.

University of Rangoon College of Medicine Brochure (1935-1936) states that the M.B., B.S. course was seven years (previously six years) from the date of enrollment - two years of pre-medical and five years of actual clinical study-. Candidates must have passed the First M.B., B.S. course, which normally lasted two years, or one of the exams recognised by the General Medical Council of Great Britain as a requirement for enrolment to the School.

Third M.B., B.S. The last part I M.B., B.S. The last part II M.B., B.S. In the preceding syllabus bacteriology and medical zoology under pathology were trained in the third M.B., B.S. course. A number of the regulations for those studying say that those who have been away without permission will be expelled from the faculty and no one will be admitted to a university exam if their presence, work and behaviour have not been satisfactorily confirmed by the professor or lecturer in each of the subjects for which the candidate appears for the exam.

Throughout the three-year trial (i.e. from the third M.B., B.S.), patients had to work in the Rangoon General Clinic and Ward and participate in post-mortem examination, hospitals and surgery. Medical care was provided under the watchful eye of employees of the clinic, who also worked for the Medical School.

Your course should meet the General Medicinal Council of Great Britain standards. Upon successful completion of the exams, one could enrol as a doctor at the Burma Medicin. council. A grant of 75rupiah ('Myanma kyats') per months was paid to them.

Mandalay Institute of Medicine was initially established as a subsidiary of the Medical Faculty of the University of Mandalay. She moved to her present location in the municipality of Chan Aye Thar Zan in Mandalay in 1955. Divisions of Anatomy and Physiology 1954, Divisions of Pharmacology, Pathology, Bacteriology, Medicine and Surgery 1956, Divisions of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Forensic Medicine and Eyes, Ears, Noses and Throat 1957.

The Faculty of Medicine became the Faculty of Medicine Mandalay on 1 July 1958. Founded in 1960, the Division of Mikrobiology. 1964 the Faculty of Medicine was expanded to the Institute of Medicine, Mandalay, and in the same year the Children's Medical School was founded.

A new system of health training was introduced in 1964 and the first M. B. S. classes in Myanmar, English, Chemistry, Physics, Zoology and Botany were set up. In 1987 the Division of Chemistry was founded as an independent unit. The Orthopaedics Division was founded in 1990.

Originally the Mandalay General Hospitaller was one of the institute's educational clinics, such as the 300-bed clinic, the workers' one. Currently, the Military Clinic No. 1 in Pyin U Lwin, Mandalay Workers Hospitaller, five specialist clinics in Mandalay and five state and departmental general clinics, and recently the Mandalay 300-bed Educational Clinic - a total of thirteen clinics are attached to the institute.

It began with the admission of thirty-six enrolments, which has now risen to around 700-1000 per year. At present, the institute offers twelve graduate programs, nineteen masters programs, eleven doctoral programs and seven doctoral programs. Mandalay University is headed by Professor Khin Maung Lwin.

This course is the same as the main course at the University of Medicine-1, Yangon. Defence Services Medical Academy or DSMA (Burmese: ???????? ??? ?????????), based in Mingaladon, Yangon, is the University of Medicine of the Myanmar Armed Forces. As one of the most select colleges in the state, the Akademie M.B., B.S. (equivalent to the M.D.) provides courses of study.

At the end of their studies, most graduate candidates are assigned the status of lieutenant in the Myanmar Army Med. corps. Established in 1992 as the Defence Services Institute of Medicine (DSIM), it develops doctors for use in the Tatmadaw (Burmese Armed Forces). Before the foundation of the College, Tatmadaw had been recruiting its doctor and dentist officer from civil medicine students who had to complete one months of initial army education at the MCC.

With the Tatmadaw Medecine Unit always scarce of doctors, the shortages became even more evident in the early 1990', as the army regime, for fear of students' riots, had decided to close most civil colleges after the 8888 uprising in 1988. The majority of civil colleges were established in the 90s.

9 ] The military-led colleges became largely the only place for those who wanted to pursue their university studies within the state. DSMA's alleged "goal is to manufacture good health officials with excellent body and mind skills to protect the three major national causes" represented by the MP.

M. Med. Sc.; Physiology, Anatomy, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Pathology, Health Care, Legal Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Pediatrics, Orthopaedics, Anaesthesiology, Radiology, Otolaryngology, Mental Health, Regabilitation Medicine. Ph.D. The M.B., B.S. thesis spans seven years and is the same as the main training at other civil medicine faculties such as the University of Medicine 1, Yangon, the University of Medicine 2, Yangon.

The first M.B., B.S. the second M.B., B.S. the third M.B., B.S. all squads are also sent to the Yangon school's hospital for 18-week periods in the clinic and surgery units for preclinical education. Preventative and social medicine (with three-week on-site trainings in the countryside). They are enrolled in courses and clinic courses in medicine, surgery, children's healthcare, obstetrics and gynaecology and are taught in various educational institutions, which include municipal healthcare institutions in the fields of preventive and social medicine.

They are enrolled in the following related fields: ophthalmic and ENT disorders, urrology, neurology, TB, sexually transmitted infections, orthopedics and trauma, dermatology, psychiatry, oral and maxillofacial surgeries, radiation therapy, nuclearmedicine, anesthesiology, chest and pediatric surgeries. Problem-oriented Learning (PBL), Community and Behavioural Science (CBL) und Behavioural Science werden, soweit relevanten, in den M.B., B.S. Kurs integriert.

After successfully completing the final examination part 2 MBBS, all candidates are given one year of further education as home surgery in the recognised educational clinics in Yangon and/or the State and Division Hospital. Each DSMA Cadett also spends one to two month per year studying Army Sciences and Command from First MBBS to Final M.B., B.S. Part I. After graduating, each health officers was instructor-train.

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