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August 2015 | Vol 5 | Issue 4 (Supplement)

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Project-based faculty development: Indian perspectives
Faculty development (FD) is considered a vital input to maintain and improve the quality of teaching. [1] In developing countries like ours, the challenge is 2-fold - on one hand, there is shortage of...
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Assessment of the acceptance and effectiveness of peer-assisted learning in pediatrics
Background: Peer-assisted learning (PAL) is the development of knowledge and skill through active help and support of equals. However, this has not been tested in medical education in India.
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Implementation of cardiopulmonary resuscitation workshop in first MBBS
Context: Students should be exposed to early clinical scenario so that they start developing competency-based learning right from their MBBS 1 st year. Medical Council of India has r...
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Implementation of an education development project in pathology to improve student competency-lessons learnt
Context: Basic medical sciences and clinical teachings are not coordinated in the present medical education system. They are not taught keeping in mind the outcomes required at the time of actu...
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Involving postgraduate's students in undergraduate small group teaching promotes active learning in both
Background: Lecture is a common traditional method for teaching, but it may not stimulate higher order thinking and students may also be hesitant to express and interact. The postgraduate (PG) ...
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International Journal of Applied and Basic Medical Research is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed international Medical journal published by the Basic Medical Scientists Association; a registered association under Society Registration Act XXI of 1860. The journal is published 3 times in an year. IJABMR is an integrated International forum of interaction between basic medical scientists, academicians, industrial personnelís and clinicians. more>>

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