Faculty & Staff .

JIMS Homoeopathic Medical College

Dr. Reetha Krishnan

MD (Hom) Paediatrics, Mumbai MPH, USA
Medical Superintendent and Consulting Homoeopathy Physician
JIMS Hospital
Qualified degree Institution / University
MD (Hom) Paediatrics Mumbai University
Masters in Public Health EMORY UNIVERSITY, Rollins School of Public Health, Atlanta, GA
Designation Years of Experience
Medical Superintendent and Consulting Homoeopathy Physician
JIMS Hospital, Hyderabad
Oct 2013 – till date
Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Business Analyst, Career Services, Rollins School of Public Health
June 2012 – Aug 2013
July 2011- May 2012
Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Information Analyst Volunteer Intern, Career Services, Rollins School of Public Health
May 2011 –June 2011
Atlanta Va Medical Center , Atlanta, GA
Patient Flow Management Intern
Fall 2010 & Spring 2010
Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Atlanta, Ga
Administrative Intern, Epidemiology and Prevention Branch, Influenza Division
Summer 2010
The Emory Clinic, Atlanta, Ga
Patient Satisfaction Intern, Emergency Department
Spring 2010
Rural Homoeopathic Hospital, Palghar, India
Managing Physician, Department of Pediatrics and Neonatology
Jan 2000- July 2009
Rural Health Services, Bhopoli, India
Homoeopathic Consultant and Researcher
May 2007– May 2009
Dr. M. L. Dhawale Memorial Homoeopathic Institute, Palghar, India
Post graduate Lecturer in Department of Pediatrics
Post graduate Lecturer in Department of Research Methodology and Biostatistics
August 2004 – July 2009
Rural Homoeopathic Hospital, Palghar, India
Consultant and Coordinator “School Health Examination Program”
February 2006 – July 2006
Rural Health Services, Bhopoli, India
Health Assessment Survey of Children in Rural Public Schools
June 2002- May 2004
Resident Medical Officer Dec 1998- September 1999
Resident Medical Intern October 1997- November 1998

(Extramural clinical research project funded by Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare)

Project details – An Approach to Acute Diarrhoeal Disorders through Homoeopathic Treatment in tribal children attending day care centres in Thane District, Maharashtra, INDIA.

300 students with recurrent diarrhoea were studied to statistically prove through evidence, the efficacy of homeopathic medicines for management of acute diarrhoea in paediatric age group.

Project accomplishments – Trained and empowered women in reproductive age group to diagnose primary clinical conditions of diarrhoea, understand severity of the problem and administer the medicines until they can reach the hospital.

This has been the first documented program for homeopathic medicine in India. AYUSH, governing body under Govt. of India is considering a wider adoption of this approach to target rural and tribal population in India.

Sr. No Articles
1 National Journal of Homeopathy – “Prolonged grief syndrome” – March’02
2 National Journal of Homeopathy – “Tubercular Miasm in Infectious illness” – May’ 02
3 National Journal of Homeopathy – “Acute Cellulites in old age” – April’ 03
4 National Journal of Homeopathy – “Mumps Pancreatitis” – Sept‘ 04
5 National Journal of Homeopathy – “The Evolving Totality” – Sept’ 04
6 Coauthored a booklet “Homeopathy for Mother and Child care: An overview” – Govt. of India release of national workshop on Homeopathy for mother and child, – Nov’ 07
7 Indian Journal of Applied Homoeopathy, Vol XI, Issue 3, “Homoeopathic Approach to Diarrhea in Pediatrics” – July – Sep’ 2016
Sr. No Conferences / Seminar
1 “ICR Symposia Pediatrics in Homeopathy” – Mumbai, 1999
2 “Seminar on homeopathic management of acute disorders” – Mumbai, 2002
3 “Seminar on homeopathic management of renal calculi and pneumonia” – Pune, 2004
4 “Workshop on Homeopathic IPD care” – Palghar, 2004
5 “ICR Symposia on Hepato-biliary pancreatic disorder” – Mumbai , 2007

Coordinator and Resource person

Organized Re-Orientation Training Program (ROTP) for teachers of homoeopathic colleges all across India in collaboration with Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India in Year 2007, 2008 and 2009

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