Gandhi Medical College and Associated Sultania Zanana Hospital, Bhopal, India
Madhuri Chandra, MD (OBG)
Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Gandhi Medical College and Associated Sultania Zanana Hospital, Bhopal, India
Treasurer, Association of Madhya Pradesh Obstetrics & Gynecological Societies
Chairperson: HIV & AIDS Committee FOGSI
I have done my undergraduate medical education and postgraduation in Obstetrics and Gynecology from Gandhi Medical College Bhopal, where currently I am Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology with clinical, teaching and administrative duties. Bhopal is in Madhya Pradesh the heart of India.
Always keen to learn and do something different, I have completed online courses by EdX in Quantitative Research, Statistics, Human Health & Global Environmental change and when I got this email about the GFMER course in Sexual & Reproductive Health Research, my interest was ignited as I had just been elected Chairperson of HIV AIDS Committee of FOGSI (National Body of Obstetrics & Gynecological Societies), and the designed modules on Research Methodology, STI, HIV AIDS, Maternal & Perinatal Health and ARSH seemed appropriate & timely.
I am also, the PPTCT (ICTC) incharge for Dept. of obstetrics & Gynecology, Gandhi Medical College & Sultania Zanana Hospital, Bhopal for past 10 years, and am actively involved in motivating women for antenatal testing, registration at ART centre and institutional deliveries, our work was awarded by MPSACS, MP State in 2012.
I am invited Faculty and Resource person in Obstetrics & Gynecology especially Adolescent Health, Emergency Obstetric Care, Social Obstetrics, Legal & Ethical issues in STI & HIV at conferences & workshops. My work involves teaching undergraduate and postgraduate medical students, training of medical officers, counsellors, paramedics and nursing staff on various maternal health, adolescent health and HIV AIDS & STIs issues.
- Our experience with the use of Magnesium Sulphate in Eclampsia. Chandra M, Bharadwaj B. J Obstet Gynaecol India 1998; 48:38-42.
- Intrauterine Demise of Dysmorphic Twin. Chandra M, Medical Pulse May 98, page 50.
- Successful outcome after removal of Arrhenoblastoma. Chandra M, Ahmed F, Obs. & Gynae. Today 1998 vol III no12 page 781.
- Obstructed labour due to Horseshoe Pelvic Kidney. Chandra M, Ahmed F. J Obstet Gynaecol India 1999; 49:84.
- Breast feeding - the Obstetricians Role. Chandra M, Khare S. J Obstet Gynaecol India 1999; 49:69-72.
- Myomectomy at Caesarean Section. Chandra M, Ahmed F. J Obstet Gynaecol India.2002; 52:173.
- Unusual Growth of Vulva - Elephantasis Lymphangiectatiea. Chandra M, Chaturvedi B. J Obstet Gynaecol India.2001; 51:223.
- Unusual Growth of Vulva - Papillary Mucinous Adenocarcinoma. Chandra M, Chaturvedi B. J Obstet Gynaecol India.2001; 51:221-222.
- A Case of a Foreign Body - Surgical Linen left in the Abdominal Cavity 25 years earlier during Caesarean Section. Khare S, Chandra M. J Obstet Gynaecol India 2001; 51:193.
- Internal Podalic Version - A forgotten Art (Review of Transverse lie at Sultania Zanana Hospital Bhopal) Chandra M, Chaturvedi B. J Obstet Gynaecol India.2002; 52:80-82.
- Unusual Cause of Cryptomenorrhea. Chandra M. J Obstet Gynaecol India. 2003; 53:194.
- Analytical Study of Emergency Hysterectomies in Obstetrics. Agarwal S, Chandra M, Chaturvedi B. Obs. & Gynae Today. 2002; Vol.7 No.3:140-143.
- A study of septic abortions – Trends in a tertiary hospital. Guin G, Gupta A, Khare S, Chandra M. J Obstet Gynaecol India.2005; 55:257-260.
- Pregnancy in noncommunicating half of septate uterus. Chandra M, Pathak V. J Obstet Gynaecol India. Supplement Dec’12.
- Analytical study of patients admitted in obstetric ICU at tertiary care centre. Varuna Pathak, Juhi Agarwal, Madhuri Chandra. J of Evolution in Medical & Dental Science Vol2/ Issue 14/ April 8th 2013.
- Initiating Formative Assessment of Postgraduate Students in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Madhuri Chandra NJIRM. 2013; 4(5): 132-137.
- Pica: Aberrant eating habits in Adolescent girls. Dr Madhuri Chandra. Adolescence. Issue 09. Sept.’13.