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Journal of Research in Medical Education & Ethics
Year 2019, Volume-9, Issue-1 (March)
Print ISSN : 2231-671X
Online ISSN : 2231-6728

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Journal Clubs in Undergraduate Medical Curriculum: Ingenious Way of Teaching
Rajani Ranganath


What Might Soft Skills Say If They Have A Voice?
Krishna Naineni

Original Researchs

Interns’ Perceptions of the Importance of “Soft Skills” in Clinical Practice in India
K. Naineni, R. Desu, N.R. Sahana Bhat, S. Mada, G.V. Nagi Reddy, S. Sateesh, J.L. Anderson

Assessment of the Attitude Toward Doctor-Patient Relationship Among Students of a Medical College in New Delhi: A Cross-sectional Study
P. Aravind Gandhi, Thirunavukkarasu Balasubramanian, Preety Doley, Geeta Pardeshi

Integrated Peer-Assisted Learning and Team Teaching for a Graduate Nursing Course in Physiology: Student Perceptions and Outcomes
Prerana P Bhinganiya, Anirban T Bhattacharya, Anuj Chawla

Study the Impact of Brainstorming Scenario Based Exercise to Enhance the Knowledge of “Medical Ethics in Clinical Practice” Among Undergraduate Medical Students by Small Group Teaching
Anand Agrawal, Kamaljeet Singh, Mukesh Kumar, Sahiba Kukreja

Effectiveness of an Integrated Teaching Module in the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum
Garima Mittal, Gita Negi, Juhi Kalra, Sanjoy Das, Nitika Agarwal, Deepshikha, Rattan Singh

Undergraduate Mentoring: Knowledge and Perceptions of Mentors in A Diverse Group of Institutions
R. Prakash, M.K. Yogesh

Evaluating Case-Based Learning versus Tradional Method of Teaching-Learning for Undergraduate Medical Student: A Comparative Study
Ekta A. Dalal, Rama Kaja

A Comparative Study of Problem-Based Learning versus Didactic Lecture as a Teaching-Learning Method in Pharmacology among Undergraduate Medical Students
Ashwin K. Panchasara, Bhumika J. Patel, Mukeshkumar B. Vora

Self-Directed Learning Readiness among Undergraduate Students: Does it vary During the Phases of Medical Curriculum?
Kavitha Subramanian, Sujatha Rajaragupathy

SNAPPS as a Method of Case Presentation for Inpatient Setting: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Chandrashekhar C. Mahakalkar, Tripti Srivastava, Sunita Vagha, Lalit Waghmare, Meghali Kaple, Sandeep Shrivastava

Status of Medical Educational Research in India and Way Forward
Amol R. Dongre, Pradeep R. Deshmukh

Evaluation of Effectiveness of Academic Debate: An Experiment with Creative Andragogy in Medical Biochemistry for Undergraduate Students
Elvia Jamatia, Jhuma Das, Binita Goswami, Smita Kaushik, Bidhan Chandra Koner


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