mnen
School of Medicine

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

From the right side: BatchimegSh, Baljinnyam A, Narantsetseg Ts,

 

     The department of Rehabilitation Medicine was established according to the decree of  B/18 on September 21st, 2007, by the President of Health Science University of Mongolia. Two branches of Traumatology and Rehabilitation Medicine merged according to the decree of B /01 on January 06, 2010, and O.Batsukh, Honored Medical Doctor and Clinical Professor, was the head of the department. The department of Rehabilitation Medicine has been re-established independently in 2018.

 

INFORMATION OF DEPARTMENT

The department has 4 teachers. The head of the department is Dr. MD, associate professor A.Baljinnyam, teacher Sh.Batchimeg, MD, T.Narantsetseg, MD, and G. Davaasuren, MD.

The goal of the department is to provide research-based rehabilitation training, research, and comprehensive healthcare quality clinical services.

PROGRAMS, TEACHING AND RESEARCH

Learning activities

Pre-graduate training

  • 3 cr for the SOM program for the preparation of medical doctors,
  • 2 cr for the ISOMM program for training traditional medicine doctors,
  • 2 cr each for the acupuncturist and traditional healer class of ISOMM,
  • 2 credits in the National Health Social Worker Training Program,
  • 2-credit course in pediatrics

Postgraduate training

  • “Rehabilitation medicine” residency training – 2 years
  • “Children’s rehabilitation” specialized training – 6 months
  • “Injury rehabilitation” specialized training – 6 months
  • “Neurological rehabilitation” specialized training – 6 months
  • “Internal rehabilitation” specialized training – 6 months

Graduate studies

  • Master’s and doctoral training in rehabilitation medicine
  • Research and academic activities are being carried out within the priority areas of clinical research to introduce new technologies for diagnosis and treatment of rehabilitation.

Graduate studies

  • Master’s and doctoral training in rehabilitation medicine

Research and academic activities are being carried out within the priority areas of clinical research to introduce new technologies for diagnosis and treatment of rehabilitation.

Academic priorities of the department

  • Diagnosis and treatment of pediatric rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders
  • Rehabilitation diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders
  • Pain management
  • Management of muscle stiffness

Current projects in the department

  • Medytox Company of South Korea is a cooperation project to provide free injections of “Botulinum Toxin” for the treatment of cerebral palsy children treated in the rehabilitation department for 10 years (2017-2027). In the framework of this project, about 200 million MNT of medicines are supplied every year.
  • “Localization of complex management of botulinum toxin-A injection treatment for muscle stiffness” project (2019-2021) funded by the Ministry of Health, funded by the Ministry of Health. As a result of this project, diagnosis and treatment guidelines for Botulinum toxin-A injection for muscle stiffness in children with cerebral palsy are being developed, and the results of the treatment are being studied and proven.

Development centers for people with disabilities will be established in 6 provinces within the framework of the project ” Ensuring the participation of people with disabilities and improving services (“Strengthening care services for people with disabilities, 2019-2021) ” commissioned by the Ministry of Education and Culture, funded by the Asian Development Bank. A. Baljinyam is working.

name Degree and title Email address

Contact phone number

Baljinnyam.A

Doctor of Medicine, Associate Professor

baljinnyam.a@mnums.edu.mn 99128860
Batchimeg.SH Doctor of Medicine batchimeg@mnums.edu.mn 99128860
Narantsetseg.TS Master of Medicine narantsetseg.ts@mnums.edu.mn 99755523
Davaasuren.G Master of Medicine Davaasuren.g@mnums.edu.mn 88171789