Mariam - Work Experience And Internship - Coimbatore, TN, India

Muhamed Mariam

Coimbatore, TN, India

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Work Experience And Internship

Summary:

WORK EXPERIENCE
 Worked as Lab Assistant for the practicals in Clinical and Therapeutic Nutrition for II year M.Sc. (Dietetics and food service management) of Indira Gandhi National Open University for 6 days in the I term of 2013-14.

 Worked in Apollo clinic, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India as a dietitian during the month of May to August 2011.

 Conducted the Glaxo Smith Kline maternal consultation camps in Chennai, Tamilnadu, India as a Nutrition consultant during the month of November to December 2011.

 Worked as Diet counselor in Apollo life line, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India during the month of November to December 2012.

Participated in Life style modification workshop for eight days by Apollo life line in Multinational Company, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India (2012).
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INTERNSHIP
 Completed six months of internship at Apollo hospital (DR. Prathap C Reddy, Multi Speciality Hospital) Greams Lane, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India, during the month of July 2010-Dec 2010.
 Completed one month of post graduate internship at Frontier Lifeline (DR. K.M. Cherian Heart Foundation) Mogappair, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India, during the month of May 2009.

Work History

DIET COUNSELOR

 Worked as Diet counselor in Apollo life line, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India.

November 2012 - December 2012

Nutrition consultant

Glaxo Smith Kline maternal consultation camps in Chennai

November 2011 - December 2011

➢ Conducted the Glaxo Smith Kline maternal consultation camps in Chennai, Tamilnadu, India as a Nutrition consultant during the month of November to December 2011.

DIETITIAN

Apollo clinic

May 2011 - August 2011

 Worked in Apollo clinic, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India as a dietitian during the month of May to August 2011.

INTERNSHIP

Apollo hospital (DR. Prathap C Reddy, Multi Speciality Hospital) Greams Lane, Chennai,

July 2010 - December 2010

INTERNSHIPS

 Completed six months of internship at Apollo hospital (DR. Prathap C Reddy, Multi Speciality Hospital) Greams Lane, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India, during the month of July 2010-Dec 2010.

INTERNSHIP

Frontier Lifeline (DR. K.M. Cherian Heart Foundation) Mogappair, Chennai, Tamilnadu

May 2009 - May 2009

 Completed one month of post graduate internship at Frontier Lifeline (DR. K.M. Cherian Heart Foundation) Mogappair, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India, during the month of May 2009.

Projects

MASTER OF SCIENCE PROJECT, MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY PROJECT

MASTER OF SCIENCE

Title: Comparative study on socio economic factors, anthropometry, biochemical parameters, dietary habits and life style pattern, between shia and sunni muslim obese women.

Abstract:
The present study were done to compare socio economic factors, anthropometric measurements, biochemical parameters, dietary habits and life style pattern, between shia and sunni muslim obese women in the age group of 31-40 years. In the present study 68 subjects were screened based on body mass index greater than 23. The subjects were selected from two areas in Chennai. Among them 38 were from shia muslim community and 30 were from sunni muslim community. The tools used were Interview Schedule was used to collect information on socio-economic data, dietary habits, food frequency and life style pattern. Body mass index and waist-hip ratio was calculated to find the anthropometric measurements. Three day dietary recall method was used for collecting information on their dietary intake for three consequtive days. Biochemical analysis like serum lipid profile (total cholesterol, high density lipoprotein, low density lipoprotein, very low density lipoprotein, triglyceride) and random blood glucose were assessed using the enzymatic kit method in the laboratory. The data obtained was subjected to statistical analysis in order to draw inference. The statistical measures used include mean, standard deviation and t test.

The results from the present study revealed that all the subjects were economically stable in both the shia and sunni muslim obese women. Majority of shia muslim obese women were married belonged to nuclear family, classified under high income, had atleast one earning member in the family and studied till higher secondary education. Whereas sunni muslim obese women were married belonged to joint families, classified under upper middle income group, had two members earning in the family and had studied till high school.The mean body weight of shia and sunni muslim obese women were 70.36 and 73.23, this shows the incidence of obesity were higher in both the muslim community women. In both the muslim community the body mass index of the subjects were equally in the high risk of various metabolic syndrome such as diabetes, cancer, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis. It can be seen that all the subjects (100 percent) in both the categories, (shia and sunni) had waist hip ratio in the range of 0.90-1, confirming to be in the high risk range of obesity. Both shia and sunni muslim obese women had higher levels of serum lipid profile such as serum total cholesterol, serum low density lipoprotein, triglycerides level and also in the random blood sugar. The higher level of lipid profile of the subjects is a indicator of the various metabolic syndrome, which occur in later part of the life.

Majority of the muslim consumed items like rice, dhal, potato, beef, egg, meat and chicken daily leading to increased intake of carbohydrates and energy similarly more amount of sunflower oil was used for all the preparation and they also consumed more amount of sugars in the form of sweets like badhusha, laddu and mysorepak. Fried items like vada and chips and bakery items like biscuits, puffs and pastries and beverages were also consumed more, resulting in high intake of fats. Nutrients intake like energy, protein and fat were consumed by both the shia and sunni muslim obese women subjects in higher amount than the recommended dietary allowance. The calcium and iron requirement of the individual were met in higher amount. The life style pattern showed that majority of the muslim obese women did not do any kind of exercise, sweeping or mopping activity, washing of cloths and gardening, showing a sedentary activity of life style.

The results of this study found that socio economic factors such as age, religion, education level, marital status, anthropometric measurements like body mass index and waist hip ratio, biochemical parameters like serum lipid profile such as serum total cholesterol, serum low density lipoprotein, triglycerides level and also random blood sugar, significantly associated with obesity among shia and sunni muslim obese women aged 31-40 years old.

MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY

Title: Relationship between health problem and health anxiety among adolescent girls

Abstract: The investigation attempts to find out the relationship between health problems and health anxiety among adolescent girls in urban and rural areas. The present study was conducted on 200 adolescent girls of age group between 16-18 years of which 100 belonged to urban area and 100 were from rural area. Equal numbers of 50 from each locality belonging to working and non-working mothers were selected. The tools used for the present investigation were Health Problem Inventory devised by the Investigator (2013) and Health Anxiety Inventory formulated by Lucock and Morley (1996) to find out the health problem and health anxiety among adolescent girls. The data obtained was subjected to statistical analysis using arithmetic mean, standard deviation, Standard‘t’ test, Karl pearson co-efficient of correlation.

The results from the present study revealed that locality has an effect on the health problem of adolescent girls belonging to working and non-working mothers. Working status of mothers had an influence on the health problem of adolescent girls as well as girls living in rural areas. Adolescent girls of working mothers suffered more from health related problem compared to adolescent girls of non-working mothers. Locality does not have any effect on the health anxiety of adolescent girls belonging to working and non-working mothers. As well as, working status of mothers did not play any role on the health anxiety of adolescent girls living in urban and rural areas. There existed relationship between health problem and health anxiety of adolescent girls with regard to locality and working status of mothers.

Qualifications & Certifications

M.Phil., (Human Development and Family Studies)

Justice Basheer Ahmed Sayeed College for Women,Chennai

M.Sc., (Food and Nutrition)

Ethiraj College for women

B.Sc.,

Justice Basheer Ahmed Sayeed College for Women

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