An eye on whats happening at Islamia

International Nurses Day 2015 in IIEI&H

Each year, IIEI&H prepares and celebrates the International Nurses' Day.

It is celebrated to mark the contributions nurses make to society.

12th May was chosen to celebrate the day as it is the official anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale, who is widely considered the founder of modern nursing.

Nightingale became known as "The Lady with the Lamp" as she often made patient rounds in the wards during the night to ensure all were well cared for.

Nursing is a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life.

Some moments are shown below:


 

ISLAMIA FAMILY CELEBRATES March BIRTHDAY STAFF - 2015

In recognition of another years faithful and devoted service Management recognized this month's birthday staff for their yearlong contributions to IIEI&H A birthday celebration was held with a lovely cake and lucky draw prizes to the March birthday group


 

ISLAMIA FAMILY CELEBRATES January BIRTHDAY STAFF - 2015

In recognition of another years faithful and devoted service Management recognized this month's birthday staff for their yearlong contributions to IIEI&H A birthday celebration was held with a lovely cake and lucky draw prizes to the January birthday group


 


IIEI&H Excellence in Service and Care

Is this a World Record??

A patient approximately 115-years-old underwent successful cataract surgery


 

Patient – after the surgery!


 

Eye Bank Development

Consent for cornea donations potential donors from of IIEI&H voluntarily consented to cornea donations in support of the IIEI&H Eye Bank



 

IIEI&H Excellence in Academics and Teaching

IIE&H Doctors presented papers/presentations at national and international conferences

 

4th Annual National Conference of Bangladesh Glaucoma Society (BGS) Held at Ruposhi Bangle Hotel, Dhaka in April, 2014


1.   Outcome of Surgical Bleb Revision for Late – Onset BLEB Leak Presented by Dr. Zakia Wadud, Head Glaucoma Dept.
2.   Angle Closure Glaucoma [Isolated Microspherophakia in an Adult] Presented by Dr. Farzana Sohel, Junior Consultant, Glaucoma Dept.
3.   Pigmentovascularis [A review of management options] Presented by Dr. Nazmul Haque Kallol, Junior Consultant, Pediatric Dept.

World Ophthalmology Congress held in Tokyo, Japan in June 2014


1.  

Heron bite: An unusual way of devastating ocular injury. Presented by Dr. Shafi Khan, Consultant Cornea Dept

2.  

Stereopsisrecovery following delayed surgical realignment in early onset strabismus, Presented by Dr. Mostafa Hossain, Consultant Pediatric Dept.

 

3.  

Antibiotic Susceptibility Pattern of Bacteria Isolated from Corneal Ulcer in a Tertiary Level Hospital.                  Presented by Dr. Kamrun Nahar, Junior Consultant Pathology & Microbiology Dept.


41st Annual National Conference of OSB (Ophthalmic Society of Bangladesh) held at Cox’s Bazar in March, 2014


1.  

Application of Topical Lidocaine 2% gel vs. Topical Proparacaine 0.5% Eye Drops for Phacoemulsification Surgery & Cornea Injury by Honeybee Sting Presented by Dr. Amirumman, Head of Cornea Department.

2.  

Intravitreal Bevacizuman and Laser Photoagulation- combined treatment for stage plus Retionaphy of Prematurity, Presented by Dr. Arifuzaaman, Junior Consultant, Retina Dept.

3.  

Experiences in Retionaphy of Prematurity (ROP) management in a tertiary eye care centre in Bangladesh, Presented by Dr. Nazmun Nahar, Junior Consultant, Retina Dept.

4.  

Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP), Presented by Dr. Nazmun Nahar, Junior Consultant Retina Dept.


Scientific paper presented at Oxford, UK

 

Dr. Mostafa Hossain, Consultant, Department of Paediatric Ophthalmology

 

Presented a paper at the Oxford Ophthalmology Conference entitled

 

"How muscle relaxants favor pediatric cataract surgery" 

 

 

Fellowship Program at IIEI&H

 

Newly joined Fellows with Executive Team and Fellowship Supervisors & Mentor   

 

Inauguration ceremony for the January 2014 session was held at the Fred Hollows auditorium at IIEI&H


Hospital Based Training Program


ORBIS International sponsored a visit by Dr. Stephen Brodovsky, an expert ophthalmologist from Winnipeg, Canada, who spent a week teaching advanced phaco surgical techniques to a group of junior surgeons from Islamia.


In addition to his work in the operation theatres, Dr. Brodovsky delivered a series of lectures outlining the state-of-the-art thinking in eye care.


IIEI&H is most grateful to Dr. Brodovsky for giving his time to come and teach our eye surgeons

 


DOT and MLOP Program Update


The induction program of the 2nd batch of the DOT and 6th batch of MLOP was held at the Fred Hollows auditorium in January, 2014. IIEI&H Executive Advisor, Mrs. Zahida Ispahani is seen welcoming the students to IIEI&H along with Academic and Hospital senior staff


Mrs. Nike van der Veen Senior Expert, Human Resources and Training
PUM Netherlands


 

Mrs. Niek working with accounts employees   +  Mrs. Niek holding a workshop for the nurses


 

IIEI&H Excellence in Quality


Below are some pictures of the workshops with the visiting team.


This is an ongoing process and the road to quality is constantly refined and improved. IIEI&H works and strives to become a world class center in Excellence in Eye Care Delivery.


Mr. Arun K. Arora, CEO of Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital, India - Providing informative suggestions in terms of patient safety


IEI&H participants at the workshop on monitoring and evaluating quality indicators


IIEI&H Excellence in New Technology and Services


Doctors of the Retina Depart with the new "RetCam"   

 A highly sophisticated camera to visualize the premature baby's retina (back of the eye)

 

 

Standard Chartered Bank has been a faithful and major supporter of IIEI&D
SCB has again generously donated funds to enable IIE&H to renovate and rebuild our operating theatre complex.

This is planned to open in August 2014 

The unit will provide vastly improved services for surgeons and of course patients too.