1. SR Sultana, M Das, M Faruque, R Mondol, RN Nurani, M Hossain, PC Banik. Musculoskeletal Disorders among Type 2 Diabetic Subjects in Bangladesh. SMU Medical Journal 2015; 2(2).
  2. N Jahan, M Das, R Mondal, S Paul, T Saha, R Akhtar, MAM Khan, PC Banik. Prevalence of Musculoskeletal Disorders among the Bangladeshi Garments Workers. SMU Medical Journal 2015; 2(1), PP. 102-113.
  3. F Khanom, S Chowdhury, S Ahmed, M Moniruzzaman, PC Banik, MSA Ahmed. Association of Autism Spectrum Disorder And Gestational Diabetes Mellitus of Mothers in Bangladesh (Accepted and all procedures has been completed by Indian Journal of Community Medicine and will be published in the month of July 2015)
  4. S Sultana, SJ Mumu, PC Banik, L Ali. Prevalence and determinants of diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance among the Santal Adivasis. Diabetes and Endocrine Journal. December 2014: 42(Suppl 1); p22.
  5. FI Khan, M Faruque, R Sultana, NNahar and BR Ara. Depression and its associated factors in 13-19 years old rural adolescents. International Journal of Advanced Research (2014); Volume 2(1), 672-679.
  6. R Clark, L Bradford, J Opoku-Anane, J Ngonzi, F Islam, M Faruque, A Goodman. Minor Gynecologic Surgery Skills: The Training Experience and Challenges for Providers in Low and Middle Income Countries. Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2014; Volume 4,432-444.
  7. N Nahar, J Akter,R Sultana, FI Khan, M Faruque, BR Ara. Socio-demographic issues and their influence on awareness of HIV/AIDS among IDUs of Dhaka City in Bangladesh. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services. Manuscript ID is WHIV-2014-0041. Accepted.
  8. MAM Khan, H Banoo, SS Ahmed, PC Banik. Fever of Unknown Origin due to Left Atrial Myxoma. JOPSOM 2011; 30(1-2): 62-65.

Research Projects

The Noncommunicable Diseases (NCD) program is designed for the professionals working or aiming at a career in the public health arena. The noncommunicable diseases are sweeping throughout the entire globe and are a slow motion disaster, as most of these diseases develop over time and already became a public health threat for 21st century. There is an increasing trend in developing countries, where the demographic and socio-economic transition imposes more constraints on dealing with the double burden of communicable and noncommunicable diseases in a poor environment, characterized by poor health systems. Noncommunicable diseases are responsible for 63% (38 million) of all deaths globally. Four groups of diseases account for 82% of all NCD deaths - annually cardiovascular diseases death 17.5 million people, followed by cancers (8.2 million), respiratory diseases (4 million), and diabetes (1.5 million). Eighty percent of deaths due to NCDs occur in developing countries with significant social, economic, and health consequences. Bangladesh has been experiencing an epidemiological transition from communicable diseases to Noncommunicable diseases and now facing double burden. According to the NCD Country Profile 2011 (WHO), NCDs are estimated to account for 52% (CVDs-27%, Cancer-9%, Respiratory diseases-6%, Diabetes mellitus-2% and other NCDs-8%) of all deaths in Bangladesh. If we add injury (10%) then it will account to two-third (62%) of all deaths in our country. So the projection reflects that NCDs have already appeared as a major public health problems in Bangladesh and this situation can be explained by existence of globalization, poorly planned urbanization, and environmental and lifestyle factors such as tobacco use, physical inactivity, the harmful use of alcohol and unhealthy diets. The burden of these conditions affects countries worldwide but with a growing trend in developing countries. Preventive strategies must be taken into account against growing trend of risk factors correlated to these diseases. Therefore, these factors must be known by the students for better understanding of root causes of NCDs that will help them to formulate preventive and control strategies of major noncommunicable diseases.

 

Upcoming:

  • MPH in Diabetology

Objectives of the Program

  • Conceptualized Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) and their significance.
  • State the epidemiological determinants (risk factors/ predisposing factors) of NCDs.
  • Develop skill in conducting screening program and ongoing surveillance activities on NCDs.
  • Illustrate the measures of prevention and Control of NCDs.
  • Demonstrate how research findings can contribute to improved health practice and/or relevant policy and thereby, reduce the overall burden of NCDs.
  • Mention the effect of globalization on NCDs.

Courses to be covered

 

Essentials of Public Health, Globalization and Non Communicable Diseases, NCD General, Basics of Health Promotion and Health Education, Basics of Biostatistics, Introduction to Demography and Population Dynamics, Basics of Health Economics, Nutrition in life cycle, NCD Applied, Risk Assessment, Prevention and Management of NCDs & Contemporary Health Care System in LMICs, Bioethics, Basics of Epidemiology, Basics of Research Methodology, Data analysis using relevant softwares, Health System Management and Policy, Screening and Surveillance of NCDs, Advanced and Latest concept on Metabolic Endocrine Diseases, Advanced Research Method in NCDs, Comprehensive field visit, Protocol development and presentation, Project Administration, Management and Evaluation, Final Research work.

 

Program’s Duration and Credits

 

Total 80 credits have to be completed in a minimum time span of 1 year but usual time of completion 2 years

 

Commencement of the Program

 

Each new Program will commence in March (Spring) and September (Fall) Sessions every year (02 intakes per year)

Admission Requirements

 

Following entry criteria for the students have been selected focusing this noble vision:

  • MBBS or equivalent degree from any medical colleges recognized by Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC) plus one year internship training.
  • Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy plus one year internship training
  • BSc Nursing with registration in Bangladesh Nursing Council plus one year of work experience.
  • Foreign Students with equivalent qualifications are eligible.
  • Equivalence will be decided by a Committee called ‘Equivalence Committee’ formed by the Academic Council of BUHS

Job Opportunities

  • Teaching posts in the Dept. of Public Health in the private University
  • Research position in the field of public health in government and non government organization
  • Opportunity in Higher education (PhD)
  • Various key positions in different projects and organization like, World Health Organization (WHO)
  • Position in policy making level

 

Graduate Program

No Graduate Program is available now

 

Fees of the Program

Total TK: 2,50,000/= for local students. Waiver is given for the physicians to reduce the tuition fees.

 

Wednesday, 15 July 2015 19:06

National Public Health Seminar 2014

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  • Dr Mithila Faruque participated as oral presenter at ‘National Public Health Seminar 2014’ organized by National Institute of Preventive and Social Medicine (NIPSOM) with the support of WHO on 28 September 2014.
  • Mr Palash Chandra Banik has completed successfully ‘Generic Training of Trainers (TOT)’ organized by Bangladesh Training and Research Foundation (BTRF), BCCP at 9am to 5pm on September 14-18, 2014.
  • Mr Palash Chandra Banik has been chaired in a session of 42nd Annual National Conference Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine organized by Hind Institute of Medical Sciences and King George’s Medical University. February 26-28, 2015, Lucknow, UP, India.
Wednesday, 15 July 2015 18:54

World Hypertension Day

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  • Dr Mithila Faruque, Asst Professor; Mr Palash Chandra Banik, Senior Lecturer; and Ms Sharmin Sultana, Lecturer has been attended in a seminar on World Hypertension Day 2015 on 17 May in National Heart Foundation, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Wednesday, 15 July 2015 18:50

World Anti-tobacco day

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  • Mr Palash Chandra Banik, Senior Lecturer; and Ms Sharmin Sultana, Lecturer of the department attended in seminar on World Anti-tobacco day on Jun 9, 2015 and organized by Bangladesh Cancer Society, Dhaka Bangladesh.
Monday, 15 June 2015 16:32

Department of Chemistry

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The department of chemistry within the faculty of Basic Sciences has started functioning from the beginning of the Bangladesh University of health sciences (BUHS). The department has been catering chemistry education to the graduate and post graduate students for the following program:

  1. Master of Medicinal Chemistry
  2. Master of Science in Laboratory Technology
  3. Post graduate Diploma in Laboratory Technology
  4. Honours in Applied Laboratory Technology
  5. Public Health
  6. Honours in Biochemistry and
  7. Honours in Microbiology

The Mission of the Department is to generate skilled manpower for chemical, analytical and technical services. Natural product researches are going on under the projects-

  1. Chemical studies of beneficial and harmful chemical constituents, involving food, nutraceuticals and herbal medicinal products and their health effect) supported by International Science Programme (ISP) Uppsala University, Sweden.
  2. “Evaluation of Safety and Efficacy of some antidiabetic herbal products”under the Ministry of Science & Technology (MoST), The Peoples Republic of Government of Bangladesh.

The department has a laboratory that is being equipped. One PhD, MPhil and some MS students are doing their research in this laboratory with national and international collaboration. The researches will assess the safety, efficacy, standardization and documentation for herbal products. The faculty of the department is Prof Dr M Mosihuzzaman, Adviser; Dr. Md Shahinul Haque Khan, Associate Professor and Md Ranzu Ahmed, Lecturer. 


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Visiting & Mailing Address

Department of Chemistry 
Bangladesh University of Health Sciences
Room No: D-06, 125/1, Darus Salam
Mirpur-1,Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh.
Phone: [880] 2-9010932, 9010952, Ext:000
Hotline: +88-01791 042087
E-mail: khanshahinul@yahoo.com
Web: www.buhs.ac.bd

 

Visiting Hours: 10AM - 4PM

Head of the Department

Dr Md Shahinul Haque Khan
Contact No: [880]-2-8035501, Ext. 1430
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Faculty Members

Honorary/Adjunct Faculties

Honorary Advisor
Prof. Dr. AK Azad Khan

Dr. Mustafa M Zaman
Honorary Professor
Prof. Dr. Sk. Golam Mostofa
Dr. Fazlur Rahman
Adjunct Professor
Dr. Mustafa M Zaman
Adjunct Faculty
Dr. Tarique Nurul Huda

Full-Time Faculties

Associate Professor

Dr Md Shahinul Haque Khan

Lecturer

Dr Md Ranzu Ahmed

Part-Time Faculties

Prof. Akhtar Hussain