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अखिल भारतीय आयुर्विज्ञान संस्थान, नई दिल्ली
All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
कॉल सेंटर:  011-26589142

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CIMR PHOTO GALLERY

INAUGRATION OF CIMR BY SH J P NADDA (FORMER HEALTH MINISTER)  

A. IDY GALLERY (2017-18)

DR H R NAGENDRA, DR S C MANCHANDA WITH DR RANDEEP GULERIA DURING IDY 2017

B.IDY GALLERY (2018-19)

C. WORKSHOP GALLERY

Training Program on “Self Management of Excessive Tension (SMET)” for AIIMS Faculty Members

Training programme on “Self Management of Excessive Tension (SMET)” for AIIMS Scholars & Research Fellows

D.   INSTITUTE DAY GALLERY

BASIC YOGA TRAINING FOR SCHOOL STUDENTS ON “INSTITUTE DAY"

ON LINE SESSIONS DURING PANDEMIC

EXPERT GROUP MEETING ON INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE

Dr  Gautam Sharma, CIMR  and Robert Svoboda, Ramkumar, Hansaji J Yogendra in conversation with Michael Menezes during “JAIPUR LITERATURE FESTIVAL”

VISIT AT CIMR BY

SECRETARY, MINISTRY OF AYUSH

DURING ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR AYURVEDA RESEARCHERS WITH

 PROFESSOR TANUJA NESHRI,

DIRECTOR , ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDA NEW DELHI

 VISIT BY DELEGATES FROM AUSTARLIA AT CIMR ,AIIMS  NEW DELHI
NATIONAL AYURVEDA DAY CELEBERATION

Research & Publication

RESEARCH PAPERS OF CIMR

  1. Ghati, N., Killa, A. K., Sharma, G., Karunakaran, B., Agarwal, A., Mohanty, S., Nivethitha, L., Siddharthan, D., & Pandey, R. M. (2020). A randomized trial of the immediate effect of bee-humming breathing exercise on blood pressure and heart rate variability in patients with essential hypertension. EXPLORE. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.explore.2020.03.009
  2. Gupta, U., Gupta, Y., Jose, D., Mani, K., Jyotsna, V. P., Sharma, G., & Tandon, N. (2020a). Effectiveness of a Video-Based Lifestyle Education Program Compared to Usual Care in Improving HbA1c and Other Metabolic Parameters in Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes: An Open-Label Parallel Arm Randomized Control Trial (RCT). Diabetes Therapy, 11(3), 667–679. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13300-020-00769-2
  3. Gupta, U., Gupta, Y., Jose, D., Mani, K., Jyotsna, V., Sharma, G., & Tandon, N. (2020b). Effectiveness of yoga-based exercise program compared to usual care, in improving HbA1c in individuals with type 2 diabetes: A randomized control trial. International Journal of Yoga, 13(3), 233. https://doi.org/10.4103/ijoy.IJOY_33_20
  4. Kaur, H., Chaudhary, S., Mohanty, S., Sharma, G., Kumaran, S. S., Ghati, N., Bhatia, R., Nehra, A., & Pandey, R. (2022). Comparing cognition, coping skills and vedic personality of individuals practicing yoga, physical exercise or sedentary lifestyle: a cross-sectional fMRI study. Integrative Medicine Research, 11(1), 100750. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.imr.2021.100750
  5. Kumar, A., Bhatia, R., Sharma, G., Dhanlika, D., Vishnubhatla, S., Singh, R. K., Dash, D., Tripathi, M., & Srivastava, M. V. P. (2020). Effect of yoga as add-on therapy in migraine (CONTAIN). Neurology, 94(21), e2203–e2212. https://doi.org/10.1212/WNL.0000000000009473
  6. Mandal, S., Misra, P., Sharma, G., Sagar, R., Kant, S., Dwivedi, S. N., Lakshmy, R., & Goswami, K. (2021). Effect of Structured Yoga Program on Stress and Professional Quality of Life Among Nursing Staff in a Tertiary Care Hospital of Delhi—A Small Scale Phase-II Trial. Journal of Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine, 26(30), 1–10. https://doi.org/10.1177/2515690X21991998
  7. Mohanty, S., Sharma, P., & Sharma, G. (2020). Yoga for infirmity in geriatric population amidst COVID-19 pandemic. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 53, 102199. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajp.2020.102199
  8. Neyaz, O., Sumila, L., Nanda, S., & Wadhwa, S. (2019). Effectiveness of Hatha Yoga Versus Conventional Therapeutic Exercises for Chronic Nonspecific Low-Back Pain. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 25(9), 938–945. https://doi.org/10.1089/acm.2019.0140
  9. Sahar Qazi, Soumi Das, Bharat Krushna Khuntia, Vandana Sharma, Shruti Sharma, Gautam Sharma, K. R. (2021). In silico molecular docking and molecular dynamic simulation analysis of phytochemicals from Indian foods as potential inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2 RdRp and 3CLpro. Natural Product Communications.
  10. Sharma, G. (2020). Exploring Knowledge, Attitude and Practice regarding Yoga among patients attending Cardiology and Neurology clinics in a tertiary care hospital in Northern India. National Medical Journal of India.
  11. Sharma, G. (2021). Knowledge, Attitude and Practice towards Ayurveda among patients attending specialty clinics at a tertiary care institute in India. National Medical Journal of India.
  12. Sharma, G., A, M., Naik, G., & Nivethitha, L. (2021). A review on role of yoga in the management of patients with cardiac arrhythmias. International Journal of Yoga, 14(1), 26. https://doi.org/10.4103/ijoy.ijoy_7_20

 

PRESENTATIONS  BASED ON ACHIEVEMENT OF THE CENTER IN NATIONAL OR INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

  1. “Yoga as Lifestyle Medicine” on 4 th Jan 2020 at 23 rd International Conference on Frontiers in Yoga Research and its publications (INCOFYRA) organized by V-YASA, Bengaluru.
  2. Title- Differences in Cognitive Function and Emotional Processing among Yoga Practitioners, Physically Active Individuals, and Sedentary Lifestyle Individuals: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study. Vanue: World's First Symposium on "Role of Meditation for Prevention And Treatment Of Cardiovascular Diseases." AIIMS, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India. Date: 9th & 10th March, 2019
  3. Title: Effects of a different non-pharmacological interventions involving mindfulness based yoga and comprehensive neuropsychological rehabilitation with aphasia therapy on post-stroke: A PROBE trial

            Venue: World Stroke Congress, Canada. Date November 2018

      4.  Yoga: A Potential adjunct therapy for patients with Cardiac Arrhythmia” as an Invited speaker in Worlds First Symposium on “Role of Meditation             for prevention and treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases” Integrated  approach to prevention of cardiovascular diseases held on March 9-10,                 2019 at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Rishikesh, Uttarakhand,

 

CENTRE FOR INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE AND RESEARCH (CIMR)

 

(Guidelines for Research) 

  1. The CIMR will ONLY support investigator initiated proposals.
  2. The CIMR shall support studies with a core research on Yoga or Ayurveda.
  3. The CIMR is NOT a funding agency but only a facility to help carry out the research work. Funding responsibility is with the principle investigator of the study who may apply to various agencies. It is expected that for a trial to be conducted at the CIMR, funding may be sought after the CIMR research committee has accepted the project.
  4. The CIMR is a restricted area only for members of the CIMR committee, project investigators, research staff, yoga experts on the panel, other staff employed at CIMR and the subjects under study proposals. The facility is NOT meant for cultural or leisure activities.
  5. All proposals will need to be cleared by the institutional ethics committee AIIMS New Delhi.
  6. All proposals need to be submitted to the CIMR will be placed, after screening  by the Professor in Charge, CIMR, before the research committee for looking into its quality, methodology feasibility, safety and implication to health practice. The research committee members are Professor Randeep Guleria, Professor Nikhil Tandon, Professor Shiv Kumar Chaudhary, Professor Rohit Bhatia, Dr. Maneesh Singhal and Professor Gautam Sharma, who will coordinate the research activity. The research Committee may invite another specialist depending upon the study focus if so required.
  7. The CIMR committee reserves its decision on whether the proposal can be carried out in CIMR and the decision shall be final. The CIMR however does not stop the investigator to carry out his research work elsewhere as deemed feasible.
  8. The CIMR will not allow any research on sick patients, non-ambulatory patients or patients who require close monitoring for any untoward side effects at the centre. All such studies should be carried out in place with appropriate facility in the Institute. The safety of the patients will be the responsibility of the principle investigator of the project.
  9. Any study which risks damage to the CIMR infrastructure or its equipment shall be strictly prohibited.
  10. The CIMR will look into the feasibility of the number of studies that can be carried out at one time at CIMR, depending upon important factors like the number of subjects, staff availability and duration of the study period for which the subjects need to be visiting CIMR etc. The committee will thus decide on the number of studies that can be practically carried out at one time at CIMR. The permission to start a study will thus be given accordingly.
  11. The trial manpower can also used for help in functioning of the CIMR as and when required.
  12. Authorship of publications will be mutually decided by the Principal Investigator and the Professor in charge CIMR before the commencement of the trial. All trials conducted in the CIMR will acknowledge CIMR in the publications. Research Nurses and Alternate Medicine Faculty will be considered for authorship depending on their role.

CENTRE FOR INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE AND RESEARCH (CIMR)

EVENTS

1. Inauguration:

Inaugurated on 22nd June 2016, by Shri J P Nadda, former President,AIIMS, New Delhi, honorable Union Minister for H&FW, Govt. of India, in the presence of Prof. M.C.Mishra

Former Director, AIIMS, New Delhi Dr. H.R. Nagendra Chancellor, S-VYASA, Bengaluru.

 

2.Milestones of CIMR

  • MoU between S-VYASA and AIIMS –                                                15th March, 2015

  • Committee constructed for the establishment of CIMR -                     14th June, 2016

  • Inauguration of CIMR –                                                                   22th June, 2016

  • Center of Excellence for Yoga and Ayurveda                                      20th February, 2017(grant from Ministry of Ayush)

  • Completion of 5000 patient visits at CIMR –                                       20th July, 2018

  • Completion of the first project –                                                        15th September, 2018

  • 10000 patient visits completed                                                          May 2019

     

3. International Yoga  Day: Link :- https://youtu.be/DZjzIZriSPQ


Yoga:The United Nations proclaimed 21st June as the International Day of Yoga.

 This international day of yoga is marked at AIIMS by a series of events including mass yoga demonstration at Director’s  lawn AIIMS, organized by Centre for Integrative Medicine and Research (CIMR), AIIMS, New Delhi .

 

 

4. Workshops and Training Programmes:

 2019-2020:   

  • Basic Life Support training for AYUSH physicians

  • Self-Management of excessive tension for AIIMS faculty and resident doctors

  • Self-Management of excessive tension for Nursing Officers and other  staff of AIIMS

  • Integration of Integrative Medicine in daily living  for Patients enrolled in different projects

2018-2019

  • Research in Yoga and Naturopathy for  SDMICYN (SDM college of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences) MD students

  • Self-Management of excessive tension for AIIMS faculty and scientists

  • Self-Management of excessive tension for administrative and nursing  staff of AIIMS

 

2017-2018

  •  Basic Life support training programme for in house staff  of CIMR ,AIIMS

  • Self-Management of excessive tension  for AIIMS faculty and resident doctors

  • Self Management of excessive tension for Nursing Officers and other staff at AIIMS

 

CENTRE FOR INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE AND RESEARCH (CIMR)

 

RESEARCH COMMITTEE 

 

S NO

 

NAME AND DESIGNATION

 

DEPARTMENT

 

1

 

Prof.  Randeep Guleria

 

Pulmonary Medicine

 

2

 

Prof. Nikhil Tandon

 

 Dept of  Endocrinology

 

3

 

Prof. S. K. Choudhary.

 

 

Dept. of  CTVS

 

4

 

Prof.  Rohit Bhatia

 

Dept. of Neurology

 

5

 

Prof.  Gautam Sharma

 

 Dept. of Cardiology

 

6

 

Dr.  Maneesh Singhal

Addl. Prof.

 

 

Department Of Surgery

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