About Preventive and Social Medicine for NEET PG
Preventive and Social Medicine (PSM) is an important part of the NEET PG medical entrance exam with a considerable weightage of 25 questions. It alone counts for 100 marks in the NEET PG exam. Since this subject holds a high weightage, it is very important to become fluent in the subject.
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How does PrepLadder make Preventive and Social Medicine learning easy for students?
With PrepLadder’s simplified, concise and engaging video lectures, Preventive and Social Medicine’s conceptual learning gets really easy for the aspirants. Along with that, Treasures provides crisp summaries in the form of flashcards or tables that makes the important information stand out from the rest and hence easier to recall.
Meet our Preventive and Social Medicine Faculty
Dr. Neha Taneja has done her MBBS from Manipal College of Medical Sciences, DNB in Community Medicine from St Stephen’s Hospital and Senior Residency in Community Medicine from North Delhi Municipal Corporation Medical College Hindurao Hospital, New Delhi. She is a recipient of the Edward Kennedy Memorial Award for outstanding research work in Cancer Epidemiology. With her love for the subject, she has been mentoring medical students for more than 7 years now. She is considered one of the best faculty for PSM in the country. So, get ready to level up your PSM preparation in a way you never thought possible!
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