DM Clinical Hematology

  • Duration
  • Level
  • Programme
    Doctorate
  • Study Mode

Course Description

D.M. Clinical Hematology, or Doctor of Medicine in Clinical Hematology, is a doctorate-level course in clinical hematopathology. Clinical haematology is the process of identifying, treating, and preventing diseases of the blood and bone marrow, as well as diseases of the immune, haemostatic (blood coagulating), and vascular systems. The curriculum has been designed in this manner to provide the participant with substantial training in clinical and research facility haematology, so enabling them to choose a further career trajectory in either academic or network haematology after graduation. The course will cover topics like essential aspects of clinical haematology, bone marrow structure, development of the immune system, laboratory methods in haematology, principles of chemotherapy, and many more topics. After completing the course, individuals will have a wide range of employment options, including government and independent work. Several job prospects include Blood Donation Centre Officer, Haematology Technician, Clinical Pathology Consultant, Teacher/Professor, and Restorative Transcriptionist.

Eligibility

Course Level: Advanced Post Graduate Degree Duration: 3 years Mode: Full time Qualification/Marks: To be eligible, candidates must have an MD in general medicine or paediatrics from a medical school approved by the Medical Council of India. Entrance exam: INI CET

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