DOCTOR'S Profile
ABOUT Dr. Binita Pradhan
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After completing post graduation in Emergency medicine from IOM, TU in 2004, she started working as Lecturer in the Emergency Department. She is registered as a specialist in General Practice and Emergency Medicine by Nepal Medical Council from 2004. She had been working as an Assistant Director since 2013 till 2020. Besides looking after the administrative work she used to manage GP OPD and critically ill patient landed in Emergency Department. Now she is working as Head of the Department since 2020.

She is actively involved in the teaching-learning program for MBBS student as a coordinator for Integrated Clinical Medicine (ICM) and for post graduate (MD General Practice) as preceptor, thesis reviewer and Examiner.

She has attended and presented scientific papers in many National and International seminars and has served as chief editor of the GPAN.

She has conducted many training programs including Advanced Life Support in Obstetric (ALSO) as a Trainer & Course Director. She has been trained for Basic Life Support  (BLS), Comprehensive Abortion Care Services, Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC), Emergency Room Trauma Care, SBA (Skilled Birth Attendant) Training & CTS (Clinical Skill Training), Mass Casualty Management Training Program and Simulation Exercise, Neonatal Advanced Life Support (NALS), CPR (Neonatal and children) training etc.

Dr. Binita Pradhan
HOD Department of General Practice and Emergency
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Publications
  1. Pradhan B, Acharya J, Ranjit E, Bista M, Dixit SM, Dixit H. Development of Medical Education in Kathmandu Medical College. Journal of Kathmandu Medical College (JKMC), Vol 6, No 3, issue 21, July-Sept 2017

 

 

  1. Pradhan B, Pradhan SB. Prevalence of Thyroid Dysfunction in community of Duwakot, Bhaktapur. Journal of Pathology. 2017, Vol 17, 1184-1187.
  2. Pradhan B, Pradhan SB. Prevalence of Urinary Tract Infection and Antibiotic Susceptibility Pattern to Urinary Pathogens in ‚ÄčKathmandu Medical College and Teaching Hospital‚Äč, Duwakot.  Birat Journal of Health Sciences (BJHS); Vol 2, No1, Issue 2: 2017; 134-137.
  3. Pradhan B, Ranjit E. Ghimire M, Dixit H. History of PBL in Nepal and experiences at Kathmandu Medical College,  Journal of Kathmandu Medical College (JKMC): Vol.1, No.1, Issue 1, 2012; 39-46.
  4. Pradhan B1, Pradhan SB 2  , Mital VP3 . Correlation between PAP smear with clinical findings and cervical biopsy. Kathmandu University Medical Journal (KUMJ) Vol. 5, No. 4, Issue 20, 2007; 461-467.
  5. Pradhan SB, Pradhan B, Dali S. Cytology of body fluid from different sites: An approach for early diagnosis of malignancy. J Nep Med Assoc, 2006; 45; 353-356.
  6. Vaidya A, Pradhan B. Community participation in health: A brief review and the experience of Kathmandu Medical College with the Duwakot community. . Kathmandu University Medical Journal (KUMJ- Index Journal) (2008) Vol. 5, No. 4, Issue 20, 461-467.  
  7. Pradhan B, Vaidya A. Duwakot Community Hospital, Kathmandu Medical College:  Bringing Specialized Medical Services Closer to the Community. Paediatric update 2008; 140-143.       
  8. Pradhan B, Aseel, Jha R, Sharma J. Ovarian cyst or something else? Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology,TUTH, 2003