St. John’s Ambulance Training

St. Johns Ambulance training

First Aid is very crucial job, it is the difference you can make between life and death. First aid is provided to people not only during emergency situations- heart attack but also during normal circumstances – low blood sugar, without providing medication. First aiders are not doctors or nurses but play an important role in the health care society.

The St. Johns ambulance training- “First Aid At work and Employment” is a three-day course which is very useful for all students who want to pursue medicine. This allows the students to get an insight about some emergency situations.

Advantages of course are:

  • Provides knowledge about what care or actions are taken before patient is hospitalized.
  • Trains you to provide help to casualty which is a very good experience before a medicine.
  • Helps you to familiarize with some diseases and how to react to someone who has them.
  • This is a certified course it allows to apply to your school first aid team if the school permits
  • Trains us to deal with emergency scenarios which is good practice for the role Plays in MMI- by some efficient scenarios, moreover, teaching how to deal with panicking and stressful patients while thinking logically.

Note: Life is gift of god lets save and nuture it 


Dr. IBM Watson

Data in today’s world is scattered across various sources. Take our A level syllabus for example. We use different resources – textbooks, online notes, revision material, video lessons and most importantly past papers to create our notes. These notes are consolidated data which we prepare from vast information.

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Similarly, data about various diseases, medical research, medicines and patients is vast and spread out in various sectors- research blogs, reports, magazines, videos and websites. Let’s take cancer for example,

There are various types of cancer, with different stages and symptoms for a range of age and gender. Analyzing this data and removing a precise diagnosis is very crucial.


Watson is a supercomputer at IBM which can manipulate unorganized data and can remove useful information from it. It reads and interprets a text like humans, can understand the context of the information and provide an appropriate response. It can not only learn new information but also formulate information and provide different combinations and solutions to problems. It analyses data from the tree of information and provides evidence for the evaluation.

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Today many experts in medical, law and research grounds approach Watson for combining new information and forming product we humans could never think of. In hospitals, data of various types of cancer as well as symptoms and treatments for various age groups and genders can be set up in Watson’s server and when required and can be accessed by doctors not only from the hospitals but also from other areas. This allows doctors in hospitals in less economically developed countries to also access Watson to improve diagnosis for their patients.

It does not help the doctors to access a wide range of consolidated information but also provides benefits to patients. Some apps use IBM Watson Health Cloud, it facilitates doctors to review their patients’ medical history, from different doctors, insurance companies and healthcare devices such as fitbits.

This provides the doctor with meaningful information about the patient. As the patients and doctors keep inputting information into Watson, it consolidates data and could also help other patients around the world suffering the same problem. It could also connect the patient and doctors to pharmaceutical industry for any unique medicine provision. Moreover, it also suggests options for medicine for a change in medical situation for the same patient.

In summary Watson creates an ecosystem for the healthcare industry to provide best suitable medicine options to patients to prevent high risk diseases and provide care at a very short notice.



My Global Perspective Report which was submitted the CIEdiksha individual report automation – Global Perspective




Sleep our superpower

Our study and related learning are like an ocean. In our day to day life we keep receiving information from various sources. Why is it that our brain only remembers some information for a very short time? Why does some information fade away?

It all lies to our daily routine activities- our beauty sleep.

Its proved that a quality deep sleep can allow information to be transferred from short term memory to long term memory.

The area where this miracle takes place is the hippocampus.

So thus it is very crucial to complete our 8hr sleep period in order to  remember and store our memories.


My motivation

A promise to myself

These crucial years will weave an unforgettable experience of passion, hardworking and self building. They should always project memories of work experience and research,not disbelieves. Remembering that they will never reverse back.