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Research Publications

“Research is to see what everybody else has seen and to think what nobody else has thought." - Albert Szent-Gyorgyi.
Overview
  • GKNM hospital has been catering health care services for over 70 years across various disciplines, making us a very fertile soil for research. We have been an academic institution for the past few decades not just in medicine and nursing but allied services which has helped us to constantly look out for new insights to fuel the new minds we educate. This in turn has played a vital role in research.  
  • We have been participants in over 50 global clinical trials in the last decade abiding out INDSTITUTES ETHICS COMMITTEE norms. Our trial experience has been in the departments of ONCOLOGY, CARDIOLOGY and CARDIO THORACIC SURGERY, while our participation in academic and multi centric studies reaches across all our major departments.  
  • Our goal is to initiate and elaborate on research from within starting from our nursing students to postgraduate trainees and all our consultant practitioners.  

Our research department works on two arms of research

  • Operational Research – to enhance the functional performance of the hospital
  • Medical Research – to support hypothesis and trends observed in our daily practice which   offers new insight to the world of science tomorrow

More information on paper publications and trials we have been involved in are available in the respective consultants’ page and can be accessed through the link below.

Institute Ethics Committee

We are NABH accredited ethics committee and function autonomously located on campus. The committee comprises of members from varied fields from Medicine to lawyers to lay person.  

Scientific Committee

Chaired by the CEO, the Scientific Committee helps researchers build on their hypothesis and sits as an advisory body to nurture research. 

Publications

2018

Myxopapillary Ependymoma with Drop Metastasis in a Young Child

Athisayaraj Patrick Joshua, Murugaiyan Nagarajan, Ramesh Banu
Valavadi Narayanasamy Cancer Centre, G. Kuppuswamy Naidu Memorial Hospital, Coimbatore 641037, Tamil Nadu, India

2017

A Comparative Study Of RMI And ROMA In Women Presenting With An Adnexal Mass
Construct of the department:
Ms. Pavithra Ramanath MPH (Glasgow), Manager Research and Statistics
Mr. JanardhananStatistician
Dr.K. Mathan MPH, Visiting Consultant
Emailpavithra.r@gknmh.org