Dardsatya team is having 8 palliative care trained physicians.
Dr Shiv Pratap Singh Rana, MD, FIPP (USA), FIPM (Singapore), FIAPM (India), Dip Pall Med (UK)
Dr Shiv Pratap Singh Rana, is a trained & certified Pain specialist and Palliative physician. He had training from AIIMS Delhi, which is pioneer Institute of the country. IRCH, AIIMS has been the back bone of all physicians trained from this institute. He was trained and awarded a Fellowship in Pain Medicine from Pain Management Centre, Singapore General Hospital Singapore (accredited by the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA) Faculty of Pain Medicine). He is also a Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice (FIPP) from World Institute of Pain. During initial years, he was trained in All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi and University Pain Clinic, Detroit, USA. He completed Diploma in Palliative Medicine from Cardiff University UK.
Dr Rana started the Dept of Palliative Medicine at Fortis Hospital, Noida. As its clinical director of the Chronic Pain unit, he established the various clinical programs such as back pain, cancer pain and interventional pain management techniques, Integrated care, End of Life care.
Dr Rana was Chief and Head of Pain Clinic at Fortis Hospital, Noida. He also has established knifeless surgery via “state of art”-specialized injections to treat various pain conditions (slipped disc, nerve compression, arthritis, frozen shoulder), bringing relief to thousands of patients.
Professionally, Dr Rana is reviewer of five pub med index journals and has been a frequent speaker and faculty at conferences, international as well as local meetings, counting many lecturers in various aspects of pain treatment in orthopedic, neuropathic and oncological conditions.
He was awarded any scholarship like Commonwealth scholarship, IAHPC scholarship, AAHPM scholarship, IASP scholarship to represent India around the world.
Through his “Pall Train project” from 2015 to 2017, he trained more than 1300 health care professional and nurses.
Now he is Assistant Professor at All India Institute of medical Sciences, Bhopal and setting up capacity building for nation pain and palliative care community.