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Medical Education Unit

Department of Medical Education Unit

The Medical Education Unit at Shri Sathya Sai Medical College & Research Institute, a part of the SBV Advanced Center for Health Professional Education is recognized by CMC Vellore, Nodal center of MCI to conduct faculty development programs (FDPs).

It has a strong, enthusiastic and committed team of 15 faculty members, who are well trained in Medical Education, through various courses/agencies like FAIMER, ACME, PhD in Medical Education and NTTC. Under SBV, the MEU has a strong back up of International Academic collaborations with Partners Medical International (PMI), a subsidiary of Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA and University of Dundee, Scotland.

The medical education unit of Shri Sathya Sai Medical college and research institute, since its establishment in 2008 has strived to motivate the Faculty and students to walk hand in hand to challenge the best of their abilities to achieve excellence in medical education.

Vision:

“To evolve into a centre of excellence for Medical Education”

Mission:

To enhance the quality of Medical Education by continuously upgrading the education process through:

  • Application of advancing evidence based Medical Education Technology.
  • Prorogating Innovative teaching methods through Medical Educational Research.
  • To engage in both inter and intra institutional collaboration for improving educational process.

Objectives:

  1. Medical Education Technology
    1. To encourage adoption of active and engaged teaching methods across the curriculum.
    2. To improve and adopt objective tools for assessment.
    3. To train all the faculty in Medical Education Technology through MCI prescribed Educational Workshops.
  2. Education Process
    1. To support collaboration among teaching faculty, leading to improved integration, consistency and continuity both within and across courses and modules.
    2. To propagate faculty development for our core educators with the aim that they will then share their expertise across the institution through role modeling and peer mentoring.
    3. To periodically revise and upgrade the integrated curricular modules prescribed by Sri Balaji Vidhyapeeth University and also assist in implementation of the curriculum.

The MEU with its well qualified and experienced human resource has conducted several MCI recognized RBCWs. In addition, it organizes regular training sessions in association with the Medical Research Unit, round the year on Educational Technology and Research Methodology, Evidence Based Medicine, Curriculum Planning, teaching methodologies, Portfolio assessment, etc., for the Faculty, PGs and UGs of SSSMCRI and other colleges. Our institution has the unique distinction in the country of offering a Competency Based Post Graduate Medical Training.

Unique Attributes:

  • Faculty Strength & Achievements:
    1. Total of 15 trained Faculties.
    2. 13 Faculties trained in MCI Revised Medical Education Workshop.
    3. 5 Faculties Pursuing Advanced Course in Medical Education
    4. 2 faculties Pursuing FAIMER Fellowship.
  • Curricular Support and Faculty development:
    1. Faculty Development:
    2. Unique distinction of the only MEU having Conducted Revised Basic Course Workshop Twice under the MCI nodal Center CMC Vellore.
    3. We Conduct One Workshop Every month for Faculty development.
    4. Curricular Support:
    5. PG orientation program in Three Phases Every Year.
    6. UG Orientation program for Fresh UG Students.
    7. Provide Assistance in planning and implementation of UG and Pg Curriculum.
  • Research:
    1. 3 Completed research projects presented as posters in ACME.
    2. 3 ongoing research Projects.
    3. 16 publications in Medical education.
 

Convener & Head

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Dr Sukumaran Annamalai, MBBS, M.D(Gen.Med)
PROFILE SUMMARY

Custodian of the department vested with the responsibility a Initiating and monitoring the units functions.

Detailed CV Attached


MEU Coordinator & Professor 

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Dr Vijay Kautilya D, MBBS,MD, PGDMLE, ACME, FAIMER Fellow.
PROFILE SUMMARY

He is the Coordinator of the Medical Education Unit, Dy Controller of Examinations for Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth, a deemed to be university and Professor of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology at SSSMCRI. He is passionate about Medical Education technology and is currently persuing the prestigious FAIMER Fellowship from GSMC-Mumbai and hs completed his Advanced course in Medical education ( ACME) from Christian Medcal College, Vellore. He has 18 Publications in the fields of Forensic Psychiatry, Forensic anthropometry; question Documents, Community Forensic Medicine & Toxicology and Medical Education.

Detailed CV Attached

Member Secretary & Professor 

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Dr Lavakumar MD Pharmacology
PROFILE SUMMARY

He is the secretary of the Medical Education Unit and also the Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacology. He is currently persuing Advanced Course in Medical Education at Christian Medical college, Vellore. He has 10 publications in the field of Pharmacology. Seek to be an active part of a reputed organization, there by contribute in growth and development of organization and to develop myself efficiently and have a growth in professional and capacity building career. Key areas of interests are: Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Medical Education

Detailed CV Attached

Member & Professor

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Dr. Saurabh Shrivastava, MD Community Medicine, PGDHHM, DHRM, FCS.
PROFILE SUMMARY

He is the Vice Principal Curriculum, Member of the Medical Education Unit and Institute Research Council & Associate Professor in Community Medicine at SSSMCRI, Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth. An active researcher with more than 742 publications to his credit in various international & national indexed journals, of which 59 are in the field of Medical Education. He is the author of 5 books and an Editorial Board Member in 9 international journals and peer-reviewer in more than 50 reputed journals. He has been Completed the prestigious FAIMER Fellowship from PSG Coimbatore, FAIMER Regional Institute and completed his Advance Course in Medical Education from Christian Medical College, Vellore. He has been actively involved in the implementation of different Teaching-Learning innovations like Competency Based Medical Education, Problem Oriented Learning, OSCE, use of e-portfolios and flipped classrooms, etc.

Detailed CV Attached

Member & Professor

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Dr Karthika Jayakumar MBBS MD Microbiology
PROFILE SUMMARY

MBBS MD Microbiology, ACME: I and Working as the Associate Dean Research and Professor & Head of the Department of Microbiology. I have been one of the founding members of the MEU of our Institution and have completed my ACME form CMC Vellore, MCI Nodal Center for Education. I have Over 23 research Publications to my name. I also head the Infection control committee of our institution.

Detailed CV Attached

Member & Professor

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Dr.Shruti.P.Hegde, MS Ophthalmology, ACME
PROFILE SUMMARY

Dr Shruti P Hegde is working as Professor of Ophthalmology. She has been working with SSSMCRI for the last 8 years. She has graduated from Mysore Medical College & has done her post graduation from the prestigious Minto eye hospital, BMCRI, Bangalore. In her career as ophthalmologist she has done more than 1000 cataract surgeries (Phacoemulsification & SICS). Her areas of interest are Cornea & Oculoplasty. She is also passionate about teaching & has completed Advanced Course Medical Education (ACME) from nodal centre at CMC, Vellore. She has keen interest in research & has 12 publications in indexed journals. She has presented in national & state conferences & guided one ICMR STS project. She has served as the NAAC task force member of the department & is the PG coordinator of the department. Apart from the departmental responsibilities, she is an active member of the Medical Education Unit (MEU) and the present coordinator for 3rd MBBS. She has previously served as the coordinator of AHS internship & a member of E – portfolio review committee.

Detailed CV Attached

Member & Professor

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Dr Shreelakshmi, MBBS, MD
PROFILE SUMMARY

I am currently working as a professor in Pharmacology with teaching experience of more than eight years and has been teaching undergraduate medical students and allied health science students at SSSMCRI. I have been trained in clinical pharmacology, Experimental Pharmacology, Pharmacotherpeutics, Toxicology, Pharmacovigilance, Geriatric pharmacology, Good clinical practice, Bioethics, Statistics and Clinical trial monitoring. At SSSMCRI I am member secretary of PVC, Joint Secretary of WEF, member of MEU and IRC.

Detailed CV Attached

Member & Professor

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Dr Dipayan Deb Barman, MBBS, MD
PROFILE SUMMARY

I am Dr. Dipayan deb Barman, MBBS,, M.D Forensic Medicine & Toxicology from the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences,(An autonomous institute under the Ministry of Health and family Welfare, Government of India). I am presently working as Associate Profrssor in the department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Shri Sathya Sai Medical College & Research Institute, Ammapettai.. In addition to that I am also an active member of the institution’s Medical Education Unit (MEU) and Institutional Research Council (IRC; which reviews the faculty and student research project proposals). I was part of the departmental team for development of the UG and PG curriculum in the institution. I am also the coordinator for the department Facebook page (Forensic Medicine SSSMCRI) which caters to academic discussion for faculty and students.

Detailed CV Attached

Member & Professor

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Dr Vijayalakshmi, MBBS, OBG
PROFILE SUMMARY

I am Currently working as the Associate Professor in Obstetrics & Gynecology and also the Member of the Medical Education Unit. I am currently pursuing my Advanced Course in Medical Education from CMC, Vellore, MCI Nodal Center for Education.


Member & Professor

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Dr Maduram A, MBBS, MD Pharmacology
PROFILE SUMMARY

I am currently working as the Professor of Pharmacology & Member of the MEU & IRC. I Am the Member secretary for the Institutional Aminal Ethics Committee. I have completed RBCW at CMC, Vellore.

Detailed CV Attached

Member & Professor

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Dr Abilash SC, MBBS, MD Pathology
PROFILE SUMMARY

I am currently a Professor of Pathology and Vice Principal Students Affairs, at SSSMCRI. I have done my RBCW from SSSMCRI Under observer ship of an MCI Observer. I have also been the Coordinator for the AHS Courses.

Detailed CV Attached

Member & Professor

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Dr Prateek Bobhate, MBBS, MD Community Medicine
PROFILE SUMMARY

She joined the department of Community Medicine of SSSMCRI in August, 2012. Currently, she is working as a Professor since October, 2019. She is actively involved in planning and implementation of academic as well as extension activities of the department. She is the NAAC Task Force Member for the department since January, 2017. She is also an active member of the Medical Education Unit (MEU) and Institute Research Council (IRC) of SSSMCRI since 2018 and a resource person for various workshops conducted by them. She is involved in various research projects and has also guided undergraduate and post graduate students for their community based research projects. She has many publications to her credit in indexed national and international journals. In addition, she is also the Alumni Co-coordinator of SSSMCRI and has played a pivotal role in registration of Alumni Association of SSSMCRI. Areas of interest: Maternal & Child Health, Non-communicable Diseases, Epidemiology.

Detailed CV Attached

Member & Professor

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Dr Valli R, MBBS MS ENT, DNB
PROFILE SUMMARY

I am Currently working as a Professor of ENT, Institute coordinator for the IQAC, Member of the MEU & IRC. I have also served as the Co-ordinator for the standardized patient program & Third MBBS Coordinator. I have ten Research Publications and Guided two ICMR Projects.

Detailed CV Attached

Member & Professor

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Dr Mohan Raj, MBBS, MD Pediatrics
PROFILE SUMMARY

I am currently working as an Assistant Professor in Pediatrics and Member of the Medical Education Unit. I have keen interest in Intensive care and Gastroenterology. I have also served as registrar I several multi-specialty hospitals.

Detailed CV Attached

Member & Professor

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Dr Kafeel Hussain, MBBS MD. PhD Anatomy
PROFILE SUMMARY

I am working as the Associate professor in Anatomy at SSSMCRI. In Addition to this I am the member of the MEU, Member of the MBBS Admission committee, Task Force Member of the IQAC team and Member secretary to the Curriculum Committee of SSSMCRI. I have over 11 publications and have presented 8 research papers and received best paper awards 4 times.

Detailed CV Attached
 

Facilities

The Medical Education Unit is housed in the college block of Shri Sathya Sai Medical College & research Institute . It is well equipped with excellent infrastructure to conduct workshops and training programs. The Unit has the following facilities:

  1. Two Large Seminar halls each with a capacity of 40-50 participants well equipped with Audio Visual Aids, Dedicated Internet connection and Wifi.
  2. One Office room to house the coordinator and the documents.
  3. Both the Seminar Rooms are equipped with Computers, Overhead projectors, White boards, Internet Connection, Wifi, six Flip Boards, and seation arrangement for 45 faculty each.
  4. A Teleconference room with 70 inch LED TV, Computer, Web Cams and Internet access.
  5. In-house Library with essential books in Medical Education besides access to e-books and other resources through central library
1. Post graduate Med-Excel Program: Organized on : 30th October 2018:

For the better understanding of the post graduate curriculum, awareness about Competency based training, ideal ways of conducting routine day to day Teaching-Learning activities viz. Seminars, Journal clubs, Case discussions etc, Principles and Practice of Evidence Based Medicine for day to day clinical practice, Knowledge of Research Methodology, Ethics for planning and executing a research project for Dissertation, are absolutely necessary for a post graduate student. Seldom do the post graduates get an opportunity to comprehend or clarify their queries. This workshop offers an over view of all these domains of PG Training and provides them a platform for a better understanding of their needs.

At the end of the workshop the participants will be able to:
  • Understand the basis of CBME and a clearly designed competency framework.
  • Understand and be able to effectively perform the PG T/L activities viz. Seminars, Journal clubs, Case Discussions etc.
  • Develop an understanding of Research Methodology and be able to design & execute a Dissertation protocol.
  • Establish an effective Scientific Communication
  • Understand the Principles and Practice of Evidence Based Medicine.
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2. MedExpert- Hands on workshop on Evidence Based Medicine: on 4th January 2019:

Clinicians have always worked to base their treatment and decisions on the best possible evidence available. Previously it was sufficient to have a sound understanding of the Patho-physiology and select a drug that can alter the course of a disease. With the development of Randomized controlled trials (RCT) there is a phenomenal shift in the way decisions are made keeping economic, diagnostic, socials and therapeutic factors in mind. Clinicians need to inculcate the ability to track down, critically appraise, validate and incorporate this enormous pool of evidence in every day practice and decision making. This workshop aims at refining the ability of a clinician to practice this evidence based medicine. We intend to provide a platform for clinicians to come together and sharpen their skills in collecting clinically valid & relevant evidence which can further efficient patient care.

At the end of the workshop the participants will be able to:
  1. Understand the Principles and Practice of Evidence Based Medicine.
  2. Conduct literature search effectively to track down appropriate evidence.
  3. Validate the collected medical evidence to draw appropriate conclusions.
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3. Hands on Workshop on Evidence Based Education & Clinical Practice on 19th July 2019 as a part of the International Health Research Convention-2019:

Focus & Objectives: The paradigm of Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) after its rebirth almost 3 decades back, at McMaster University, Canada, got accepted by the clinicians, as the method of choice for clinical decision making, to offer an updated, scientifically sound and ethically correct patient care. In a similar way, with the phenomena of Globalization, Internationalization and Commercialization of education occurring across the countries, the expectations of the students have changed and they demand the best education like the patients demand the best clinical care. The medical teachers playing the dual roles of a Clinician and a Teacher, are expected to learn the skills needed not only to offer an Evidence Based Patient care to the patients but also Evidence Based Education to the students.

This workshop offers a unique opportunity to come together on a common platform for enhancing and refining the abilities of Medical Teachers to practice EBM to offer the Best Care to the patients and also the Best Education to the students. The one day workshop has been planned to offer hands on training in all the skills needed.

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At the end of the workshop the participants will be able to:
  1. Understand the Principles and Practice of Evidence Based Education & Clinical Practice.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to modify their Teaching &Clinical Practice based on EBM
  3. Appreciate the importance of Teaching EBM to the medical students.

Target Audience: Teaching Faculty Members  in Medical Colleges, Practicing Clinicians, Educationalists.

Topics Covered:

  • Principles and practice of Evidence based Education & Clinical Practice.
  • Evidence based rationale for Competency based medical education.

Key Features of the workshop:

  • Tamil Nadu Medical Council CME Points
  • Talk on Evidence based rationale for Competency based medical education by Dr Krishna Seshadri.
  • All the sessions will be modeled as Interactive lecture discussions and Group tasks aimed to provide hands on training to the participants.
  • Pre workshop resource (reading material) will be provided to the registered participants.

Expected Outcome and Benefits:

Scientific approach to Medical Education and Medical Practice, results in

  1. Improvement in the Quality of Medical Education Imparted to the students
  2. Improvement in the Quality of Patient Care offered to the patients
  3. Professional development of the faculty-enhancement of the competencies.

Activities of the MEU:

Activities in 2011:

DATE

EVENT

PARTICIPANTS

Resource Persons

6th -7th Jan 2011

 

1st Faculty Development Programme

All Faculties

MEU team

30th Aug 2011

Programme on Mentorship

All Faculties

MEU team

5th Sep 2011

Role of Teachers and Taxonomy of Learning Objectives

All Faculties

Dean Dr.TR.Gopalan

19th Sep 2011

Workshop on Assessment Methods

All Faculties

Dean

Dr. TR.Gopalan

9th Oct 2011

FDP- Microteaching

All Faculties

Dr. Swayam Jothi

23rd  Nov 2011

Workshop on Teaching Methods

All Faculties

Dr. Pravir Bodhka and Dr. Laishram

17/102016-19/10/2016

UG orientation program

Under graduate students - 2016-17 batch

II –floor lecture hall, college block

Activities in 2012:

DATE

EVENT

PARTICIPANTS

Resource Persons

19th Jan 2012

 

Workshop on Teaching Learning Media

All Faculties

Dean Dr.TR.Gopalan

3rd March 2012

Workshop on Student assessment Methods

All Faculties

MEU team

Activities in 2013:

DATE

EVENT

PARTICIPANTS

Resource Persons

20th Feb 2013

 

Workshop on Problem Based Learning

All Faculties

Dean Dr.TR.Gopalan

Dr.Karthika Jayakumar

Activities 2014:

DATE

EVENT

PARTICIPANTS

Resource Persons

 25th-27th Feb 2014

 

Basic Course Workshop in medical education technologies

Total of 25 Faculties of SSSMCRI including Professors, Associate professors and Assistant professors

MCI Observer

Dr.TR.Gopalan

Dr Karthika Jayakumar

Dr. Swayamjothi

Dr. BN.Rao

Dr. Pravir Bodhka

Dr. Shukla

Activities in 2015:

DATE

EVENT

PARTICIPANTS

Resource Persons

21st May 2015

 

An Update Workshop on Research Methodology and Medical writing

All Faculties

MEU team

21st Sep 2015

 

White Coat ceremony

II MBBS Students

MEU team

20th October 2015

Workshop cum Seminar on Medical Ethics in Health care Professionals

All Faculties & CRRIs

MEU team

Activities in 2016:

DATE

EVENT

PARTICIPANTS

VENUE

7/1/2016- 8/1/2016

 

Basic life support training - INSCOL academy

2 year students

II - floor lecture hall, college block

22/1/2016

MEU meeting

MEU members

Physiology dept

23/1/2016

CRRI Orientation program

CRRI students

IV lecture hall, hospital block.

23/2/2016

MEU meeting

MEU members

Physiology dept

4/3/2016

FDP- Microteaching

Assistant Professors

Microbiology dept

11/3/2016

FDP- Microteaching

Associate Professors

Anatomy & Microbiology dept

25/3/2016

FDP- Microteaching

Professors

Microbiology dept

30/6/2016

MEU meeting

MEU members

Physiology dept

8/7/2016

CRRI Orientation program

CRRI students

IV lecture hall, hospital block.

09/7/2016

MEU meeting

MEU members

Physiology dept

13/7/2016

FDP – Integrated Curriculum

First year faculty

II - floor lecture hall, college block

26/7/2016

MEU meeting

MEU members

Physiology dept

2/8/2016 - 5/8/2016

ATCOM & rBCW

MEU members

CMC Vellore.

18/8/2016 - 20/8/2016

National conference on Medical education , MGMC.

MEU members

MGMC.

13/9/2016

FDP - microteaching

First year faculty

Physiology dept

14/9/2016

FDP – Small group teaching

First year faculty

Physiology dept

19/9/2016 – 20/9/2016

FDP – Problem Oriented Learning

First year faculty

Physiology dept

22/9/2016-25/9/2016

ATCOM & rBCW

MEU members

CMC Vellore.

27/9/2016

FDP – Specific learning objectives

First year faculty

Physiology dept

3/10/2016 - 4/10/2016

PG research methodology workshop 2016-17 batch

Post graduates

I - floor lecture hall, college block

17/102016-19/10/2016

UG orientation program

Under graduate students - 2016-17 batch

II –floor lecture hall, college block

Activities in 2017:

Sl/no

Date /month

Duration of workshop

Topic of the event

Participants details

       Key Resource persons.

1

6th Feb 2017

One day

CRRI OrientationProgramme

Newly Joined CRRIs

MEU Team

2

15-17th Feb 2017

Three days

MCI Revised Basic Medical education Workshop.

Total of 30 Faculty of SSSMCRI including professors, associate professors and assistant professors.

MCI Observer

Dr PF Kotur

Dr Vijay Kautilya D

Dr Shalini

Dr Karthika Jayakumar

Dr Swayamjothi

Dr Shruti P Hegde

Dr Vijayalakshmi

 

3

3-4th May 2017

2 Afternoon session

Specific Learning Objectives Workshop

II MBBS Faculties

Dr Karthika Jayakumar, Dr Vijayalakshmi

 

 

4

21-22nd June 2017

2 Afternoon session

Small Group Teaching Workshop

II MBBS Faculties

Dr, Swayam Jothi, Dr.Shalini

5

13-15th July 2017

Three days

Post Graduate Orientation program (Session II)

New batch of Post Graduates.

All MEU Members and Clinical Staff, Guest speakers from MGMCRI

6

23nd August 2017

One day.

FDP For Second MBBS Faculties for Integrated Curriculum.

All Second MBBS Faculties.

All MEU Members and Clinical Staff

7

October 10-12th 2017

Three Day

MCI Revised Basic Medical education Workshop.

Total of 30 Faculty of SSSMCRI including professors, associate professors and assistant professors.

MCI Observer

Dr PF Kotur

Dr Vijay Kautilya D

Dr Shalini

Dr Karthika Jayakumar

Dr Swayamjothi

Dr Shruti P Hegde

Dr Vijayalakshmi

Dr Pushpa Kotur.

Dr Lavakumar.

8

10th to 12th October 2017

Three days

Research methodology workshop for Post Graduates Session III

All First Year PG’s and Second Year PG in some9sessions.

All MeU and MRU Members.

9

3rd to 5th October 2017

Two-three Days

UG orientation Programme.

New batch of UG students

All MEU Members and Clinical Staff, Guest speakers from MGMCRI

10

December 2017

One day

Workshop on Question paper setting

Second MBBS faculties

All MEU members and Guest Speaker

Activities in 2018:

Sl/no

Date /month

Duration of workshop

Topic of the event

Participants details

       Key Resource persons.

Venue

1

16th and 17th   Jan 2018

Two days

FDP on Curriculum by PMI, USA

20 faculty from MGMCRI and 20 faculty from SSSMCRI

Dr.Tom and Dr. Lynn

MEU Hall

2

23rd and 26th Feb 2018

Two AN sessions

Hands on workshop on MCQ-Framing and Validating

Total of 20 II MBBS Faculty of SSSMCRI including professors, associate professors and assistant professors. And 4 Clinical side teaching faculty

Dr. Swayam Jothi and

Dr. Shruthi P Hegde

 

MEU Hall

3

20th -22nd  March 2018

Three days

III MCI Revised Basic Medical education Workshop.

Total of 22 Faculty of SSSMCRI including professors, associate professors and assistant professors.

MCI Observer-Dr. Margaret Shanti FX

Dr PF Kotur

Dr Vijay Kautilya D

Dr Lavakumar

Dr Karthika Jayakumar

Dr Swayamjothi

Dr Shruti P Hegde

Dr Vijayalakshmi

Dr DD Barman

Dr Maduram

Dr Saurabh Shrivastava

Dr Pushpa Kotur

 

MEU Hall

4

18th April 2018

1 day

Hands on workshop on theory question paper setting(excluding MCQs)

Professors and Associate Professors involved in Qn paper setting

Dr. KR Sethuraman-VC;SBV and Dr.PF Kotur-Dean;SSSMCRI

MEU Hall

5

11th May 2018

AN session

Sensitization Program on e portfolio

Professors and Associate Professors from PG departments

Dr. KR Sethuraman-VC SBV, Dr. Ravishankar-Dean of Faculty MGMCRI and Dr.PF Kotur-Dean SSSMCRI

CC Hall

6

4th – 6th June 2018

Three days.

PG orientation program part II on CBME, EPA, Ethics, Professionalism, SBP etc

Newly joined PGs(53)

All MEU Members and resource faculty of SSSMCRI

 

7

20th July 2018

1day

Forenoon: Interactive lecture on Conflict management

Afternoon: Workshop in Choosing Optimal Teaching Methods

All Faculty of SSSMCRI

 

Total of 30 Faculty of SSSMCRI including Professors and Associate Professors

Dr. B.V.Adkoli, Director, Health Professions Education Department, MGMCRI

Dr.K.R.Sethuraman, Honourable VC, SBV

Lecture Hall

 

 

MEU Hall

8

29th August 2018

Half day Workshop

Sensitization Workshop on Balanced Score Card

Professors and Associate Professors of SSSMCRI

Dr. Vijay Kautilya and Dr. Saurabh Shrivastava

MEU Hall

7

3rd September 2018

Half day Workshop

Sensitization Workshop on Skills Curriculum

Professors and Associate Professors of SSSMCRI

Dr Pushpa Kotur.

Dr Shruti P Hegde

 

MEU Hall

8

25th to 27th September 2018

Three days

PG Orientation Program Part 3 on Research Methodology and EBM

All First Year PG’s

All MEU and MRU Members.

MEU Hall

9

30th October to November 1st 2018

Three days

PG MEDEXCEL 2018. A workshop on PG Medical education, Research Methodology and EBM

21 delegates(includes PGs and faculty from other colleges)

MEU and MRU

MEU Hall

10

20th November 2018

One day

Workshop on Teaching Medical students using standardized patients

Faculty from Clinical specialty and Community medicine

Dr. Mahalakshmi and Dr. Seetharaman from MGMCRI

MEU Hall

11

19th December 2018

2 hrs

A programme on Mentor mentee system

All Faculty

Dr.Balaji Rajagopalan(I MBBS and Mentor mentee Overall Coordinator)

Dr. Kartika Jayakumar(II MBBS Coordinator)

Dr. Abhilash SC(VP Student affairs)

Lecture Hall

12

24th and 28th December 2018

2 hrs

Sensitization Programme on Competency Based UG Curriculum

 

All Faculty

Dr. PF Kotur, Dean and MEU Chairperson

Dr.Saurabh Shrivastava (VP Curriculum)

Dr. Vijay Kautilya (MEU Coordinator)

Lecture Hall

Activities in 2019:

Sl/no

Date /month

Duration of workshop

Topic of the event

Participants details

       Key Resource persons.

Venue

1

4th January 2019

One day

SSSMCRI PG MED EXPERT-Workshop on Evidence Based Medicine

12 External delegates and 9 Internal delegates

Dr.PF Kotur

Dr.Saurabh

Dr.Vijay Kautilya

Dr. Pushpa Kotur

Dr. Jaishree

Dr. Glad Mohesh

MEU Hall

2

6th February 2019

One day

Sensitization Workshop on AETCOM module for I MBBS faculty

Total of 20 I MBBS Faculty of SSSMCRI including professors, associate professors and assistant professors and tutors

MEU Team who had undergone ATCOM module in Nodal center

 

MEU Hall

3

25th February to march 1st 2019

Five days

Converting Dissertations into research Publications

28 PGs with their Guides and Co guides

MEU Team

MGMCRI Team

Ground Floor Lecture hall

4

13th March 2019

One day

Workshop on Alignment of Competencies and Deriving SLOs

Total of 20 I MBBS Faculty of SSSMCRI including professors, associate professors and assistant professors and tutors

Dr. PF. Kotur

Dr. Kafeel Hussain

MEU Hall

5

14-16 May 2019

Three

CISP Workshop at SSSMCRI between 14th and 16th May 2019

29 faculties of SSSMCRI actively attended the three days CISP Workshop in an enthusiastic manner and the queries they had regarding UG CBME were addressed by MCI Observer Dr. Margaret Shanthi FX and other Resource faculties. 

The Curriculum Committee of SSSMCRI, who got trained in CISP at CMC Vellore, served as the Resource Faculties.

 

MEU Hall

6

8-10 july 2019

Three

PG Orientation Programme Part II on CBME, T/L Activities, Professionalism and Ethics for the newly joined PGs (2019 batch) between 8th and 10th July 2019

A total of 50 first year PGs 2019 batch participated in the programme.

MEU members

MEU Hall

7

19th July 2019

One

IHRC 2019- Hands on training workshop on Evidence Based Education and Clinical Practice

Total of 54 Delegates attended the workshop.

The workshop had two external National Speakers namely Dr Krishna Seshadri and Dr Minnie Faith Kalyanasundaram. Further, a short session on Data Literature search by Dr Glad Mohesh was also introduced. Dr. PF. Kotur, Dean and his team from SSSMCRI conducted the Hands on Workshop on EBM for the delegates

 

MEU hall

8

From 7th August 2019

One month

Foundation Course

IMBBS Students

I MBBS Faculty and MEU Members

Lecture Hall

9

27th September 2019

One day

“Workshop on Choice Based Credit System”

Faculty of AHS and MEU members

Dr. M. Shivasakthy , Deputy Director, Centre for Health Professions Education, SBV

Lecture Hall

10

30th September and 1st October 2019

Two days

A Sensitization programme cum Workshop on Competency Based Assessment

I MBBS faculty and Alignment & Integration Subcommittee members

MEU Members

MEU Hall

11

19th October 2019

One day

E portfolio maintenance and review

I yr PGs and II yr PGs

Dr. Jagan Mohan

Ground floor lecture hall

At the Medical Education Unit at SSSMCRI we strongly believe that adult Learning is driven by instilling positive experience which builds on the existing skills of the learners to bring in changes in one’s behavior leading to lifelong learning. Here at MEU:

  • We offer a platform for the Faculty to learn and improve their abilities.
  • We coordinate the overall process of delivery of the curriculum.
  • We also help orient students so that they are better placed to utilize the curriculum for learning.

The Academic Programs of the department are directed towards three target groups:

  • Development and Curriculum Implementation.

    For the In-house faculty development we conduct on an average about one FDP every month in Teaching -Learning Methods, Evidence Based Medicine, Assessments, Curriculum Implementation and design, Feedback, microteaching &Curricular Governance. The MEU is also recognized by the MCI to train its Faculty in MCI-Revised Basic Course Medical Education Workshop, AETCOM and CISP ( Curriculum Implementation Support) Program. Till date The MEU at SSSMCRI has trained 74 Faculties in RBCW under the MCI Observer.
    Annually the MEU also Condutcs Two Workshops on Competency Based Medical Education , Research Methodology and Evidence Based Medicine for Faculty and students of other institutes across India.

  • Undergraduate Curricular reforms and implementation.

    Every Year the MEU Organizes Two orientation Programs for the Fresh Batc of First MBBS Students. Further the MEU Assists the students in the CReAMS (Clinical research And Audit by Medical Students) Program and conduct of OSCE for Formative assessments.

  • Post graduate curricular support.

    The MEU conducts Post Graduate Orientation Programin three phases covering core areas of competency Based Post Graduate Medical Curriculum, Research Methodology and Evidence based Medicine. Workshops on Eportfolio Maintenance & Reflective writing are also conducted regularly

Courses

MEU currently engages in Faculty Development Activities and Student Enrichment Programs.

Research Projects Undertaken:

Sl No

Project Details

Date of Approval

Current Status

1

Effectiveness of microteaching as a method of developing teaching competencies among in-service medical teachers. – Dr. Vijay Kautilya D

2016

 Completed & published

2

A Study of Small Group Discussion in a Large Group Setting. – Dr. Karthika Jayakumar.

2016

Completed

3

Pre Dissection inspection and prosection enhances the understanding of Anatomy – Dr. Swayam Jothi.

2016

Completed

4

Study of factors affecting the change in the Learning styles among Undergraduate Medical Students. – Dr. Shruti P Hegde & Dr. Vijay Kautilya D

2017

Completed

5

A qualitative study to identify the perception and challenges faced by the faculty of Community Medicine in the implementation of Competency Based Medical Education for postgraduate students – Dr. Saurabh Shrivastava.

2017

Completed

6

Does training in principle and practice of evidence based medicine change attitude of medical teachers towards SDL - Dr Pushpa Kotur.

2017

Completed

7

 

A qualitative study to identify the perception and challenges faced by the faculty of Community Medicine in the implementation of competency-based medical education for postgraduate students - Dr. Saurabh Shrivastava.

2017

Completed

8

A Comparative study of feedback and guiding questions as tools to facilitate reflective writing among undergraduate students- Dr Shruti P Hegde & Dr Vijay Kautilya .

2016

Completed

9

Comparative study of case based learning and didactic lecture in II MBBS in Pharmacology- Dr Lavakumar.

 

2018

Completed

Research Publications:

Sl/no

Year of Publication

Publication Details

Type

Level

Indexing

1

2016

Vijay Kautilya D, Shruti p Hegde, Pritika rajashekaran, Khitaja begum. A cross-sectional survey on the awareness of pesticide labels and pesticide safety pictograms among paddy farming in south India. Journal of health science and surveillance systems. 2016; 4(4): 158-166 

Journal

International

Indexed

2

2018

Dayanindhi VK, Hegde SP. Effectiveness of microteaching as a method of developing teaching competence among in-service medical teachers. Journal of Advances in Medical Education & Professionalism. 2018 Oct;6(4):155.

Journal

International

Indexed

3

2014

Gryphotyphlas Acutus- An uncommon Sighting in suburbs of Chennai. Vijay Kautilya, Pravir Bodkha. Int. Journal of Adv Biomed Res. 4(2): May 2014; P237-240.

Journal

International

Indexed

4

2013

Determination of stature and sex from anthropometry of the foot among south Indians. Vijay Kautilya D et al. International. J. Rev. Life. Sci., 3(2), June 2013,1-5

Journal

International

Indexed

5

2016

Shruti P.Hedge, Vijay Kautilya Dayanidhi, Ravi.  Study of Prognostic indicators in Patients with Pseudo-exfoliation syndrome undergoing cataract surgery”. Int.J of Anatomy, radiology, Surgery 2016 Vol5 (3):0001-0005.

Journal

International

Indexed

6

2013

Vijay Kautilya D, Pravir Bodkha, Efficacy of cheiloscopy in determination of sex among south Indians. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2013 Oct, Vol-7(10): 2193-2196  DOI: 10.7860/JCDR/2013/5371.3468

 

Journal

National

Indexed

7

2015

Vijay Kautilya D, Sathish K V, Shruti Prabhat Hegde. Study of substance abuse among street children near Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore. Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine, 2015;2(4):220-224.

Journal

National

Indexed

8

2015

Shruti Prabhat Hedge, Vijay Kautilya D, Sriram. Study of Pattern of Change in handwriting Class Characters with Different Grades of Myopia. J of Clinical and Diagnostic Res. 2015; 9(12): HC01-HC04.

Journal

National

Indexed

9

2015

Shruti P Hegde, Vijay Kautilya D, Ravi. Study of changes in signature characters with serial increments of induced myopia.  Indian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, July September 2015; 1(3):175-180.

Journal

National

Indexed

10

2017

Vijay Kautilya D, Shruti p Hegde, Khitaja begum, Pritika rajashekaran. Knowledge, attitude and practice of pesticide safety measures among paddy farmers in south India. Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine, April-June 2017; 4(2):139-143.

Journal

National

Indexed

11

2013

Vijay Kautily D, Pravir Bodkha. Abuse of psychoactive Fauna to get a High - A review of the past & present.  Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology [serial online], 2013; Vol. 14, No. 1 (Jan - June 2013): [about 9 p]. Available fromhttp://www.anilaggrawal.com/ij/vol_014_no_001/papers/paper012.htmlPublished : Jan 1, 2013

Journal

National

Indexed

12

2012

Vijay Kautilya D, Pravir Bodkha. Snake venom- The new rage to get a high!  Journal of Indian Society of Toxicology. July2012; 8(1): 46-48.

Journal

National

Indexed

13

2010

Venkat Raghava, Vijay Kautilya D, Devadass. Fatality from Spasmo-Proxivon addiction- A case Report. Journal of Indian Society of Toxicology. 6(2): July-Dec 2010;47-49

Journal

National

Indexed

14

2017

Shruti P Hegde, Machoreddy R Shekar Reddy, Mohan Ram Kumar, Vijay Kautilya D.  A prospective study of awareness of diabetic retinopathy, knowledge about its effect on vision & treatment options among the diabetic patients visiting the ophthalmology department.  Ind J Of Clinical And Experimental Ophthalmology (IJCEO)”.2017; 3(4): 495-499

Journal

National

Indexed

15

2017

Vijay Kautilya D, Shruti P Hegde, Ravi, Hemapriya. Ophthalmic indicators of substance abuse - a review. J SIMLA. September 2017; 9(2):96-106.

 

Journal

National

Indexed

16

2018

Hegde SP, Sekharreddy MR, Kumar MR, Dayanidhi VK. Prospective study of hypermature cataract in Kanchipuram district: Causes of delayed presentation, risk of lens-induced glaucoma and visual prognosis. Kerala J Ophthalmol 2018;30:187-92.

 

Journal

National

Indexed

17

2020

Vijay Kautilya D, Shruti p Hegde , Guru Raghavendra. Study of Snake Bite and Factors Influencing Snake bite among the rural population of Kancheepuram District. Journal of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology. Jan 2020; 20(1): in press

Journal

National

Indexed

18

2020

Vijay Kautilya D, Guru Raghavendra, Shruti P hedge. Study of Knowledge, Attitude and Perceptions of snake bite among the farmers in Thiruporur Taluk in Kancheeuram District." J-SIMLA, March 2020 In press

Journal

National

Indexed

19

2012

Bodkha P. Effectiveness of MCQ, SAQ and MEQ in assessing cognitive domain among high and low achievers. Indian Journal of Research and Reports in Medical Sciences. 2012;2(4):25-28.

Journal

National

Indexed

20

2012

Bodkha P. A role of digital imaging in identification of unidentified bodies. Journal of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine. 2012;34: 318-321.

Journal

National

Indexed

21

2015

Suresh Bidarkotimath, Manju Prakash, Shishirkumar. ”A Study on Morphometry of Squatting Facets”. Journal of Evidence based Medicine and Healthcare; Volume 2, Issue 18, May 04, 2015; Page: 2727-2730

Journal

National

Indexed

22

2016

Dipayan DB, Vijaya KNG.   Post-mortem Examination:-Combining conventional autopsy technique with virtual autopsy- Concerted effort by the departments of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology and Radiology. Annals of SBV Jan- June 2016; 5(1): p76-78

Journal

National

Non Indexed

23

2016

Dipayan DB, Vijaya KNG.  Sudden Unexplained Death in Sleep in Adults: Autopsy Challenges.  Journal of Karnataka Medico-legal Society.  Jul-Dec 2016; 25(2): p

 

Journal

National

Indexed

24

2017

Dipayan Deb Barman, Vijaya Kumar Nair.G, Karnaboopathy .R. Estimation of stature from measurement of the percutaneous length of radius in adult Tamil males. JSIMLA, 2017 March ; 9(1):51-54

Journal

National

Indexed

25

2016

Vijaya Kumar Nair.G, Dipayan Deb Barman. A Change in social Psyche- a trigger to commit suicid. J of Indian academy of Forensic Medicine. 2016; 38(3): 309-312

Journal

National

Indexed

26

2017

Dipayan Deb Barman, Vijaya Kumar Nair.G, Karnaboopathy R. Study of the trend of poisoning in a tertriary care hospital in Chidambaram.J of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine 2017;39(1):20-24

 

Journal

National

Indexed

27

2014

Dipayan Deb Barman, Nabachandra.H. Pattern of Sexual Assault cases in Manipur.    Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology June 2014. 31(1& 2) : 67 70.

Journal

National

Indexed

Research Publications:

Sl/no

Year of Publication

Publication Details

Type

Level

Indexing

1

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Competency Based Medical Education: The Beginning. Saarbrucken, Germany: LAP Lambert Academics Publishing House; 2019. P. 1-82. [ISBN: 978-613-9-99897-5].

Book

International

Indexed

2

2018

Dayanindhi Vijay Kautilya, Hegde Shruti P. Effectiveness of microteaching as a method of developing teaching competence among in-service medical teachers. Journal of Advances in Medical Education & Professionalism. 2018;6(4):155

Journal

International

Indexed

3

2013

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Problem based learning: Constructivism in medical education. Education for Health. 2013;26(3):197

Journal

International

Indexed

4

2013

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Curricular reforms in undergraduate medical education: An indispensable need. International Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2013:4(8):980

Journal

International

Indexed

5

2013

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Faculty development program: A boost in medical education. Research and Development in Medical Education. 2013;2(1):1

Journal

International

Indexed

6

2014

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Effective feedback: An indispensable tool for improvement in quality of medical education. Journal of Pedagogic Development. 2014;4(1):12

Journal

International

Indexed

7

2014

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Medical education: Entrusting faith in bedside teaching. Research and Development in Medical Education. 2014;3(1):1

Journal

International

Indexed

8

2013

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Problem based learning in undergraduate medical curriculum: An Indian perspective. Archives of Medicine and Health Sciences. 2013;1(2):200

Journal

International

Indexed

9.      

2014

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Holistic approach for teaching tuberculosis in medical curriculum. Research and Development in Medical Education. 2014;3(1):3

Journal

International

Indexed

10.  

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Constructive feedback: A step towards meaningful evaluation. International e

Journal

International

Indexed

11.  

2017

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Force field analysis: An effective tool in qualitative research. Journal of Current Research in Scientific Medicine. 2017;3(2):139

Journal

International

Indexed

12

2018

Systematically designing a questionnaire to assess the knowledge levels of postgraduate students & faculty about Competency

Journal

International

Indexed

13

2017

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Employing adult learning theories in designing a module. Research and Development in Medical Education. 2017;6(2):64

Journal

International

Indexed

14

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Development of a module to successfully implement competency based medical education program in an institute. Muller Journal of Medical Sciences and Research. 2018;9(1):27

Journal

International

Indexed

15

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Employing One-Minute Preceptor model in clinical settings. Muller Journal of Medical Sciences and Research. 2018;9(1):34-35.

 

Journal

International

Indexed

16

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Use of in-depth interviews in medical education research. Muller Journal of Medical Sciences and Research. 2018;9(1):41-42

Journal

International

Indexed

17

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Conflict management in the field of medical education and healthcare. International Journal of Academic Medicine. 2018;4(1):91

Journal

International

Indexed

18

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Approaches to resolve a conflict in the sectors of medical education and healthcare. MAMC Journal of Medical Sciences. 2018;4(2):106

Journal

International

Indexed

19

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Exploring the scope of introducing Buzz Group in teaching Community Medicine to undergraduate medical students. MAMC Journal of Medical Sciences. 2018;4(2):109

Journal

International

Indexed

20

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Introducing Team Based Learning within the purview of Competency Driven Curriculum: Points to ponder. MAMC Journal of Medical Sciences. 2018;4(2):110-111.

 

Journal

International

Indexed

21

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Scope of reflection in medical education. International Journal of Academic Medicine. 2018;4(2):187-188.

 

Journal

International

Indexed

22

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Programmatic Assessment of medical students: Pros and Cons. Primary Health Care: Open Access. 2018;8(3):302

Journal

International

Indexed

23

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Employing qualitative research in medical education research. Mustansiriya Medical Journal. 2018;17(2):104-105.

 

Journal

International

Indexed

24

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Implementing Case Based Learning in Medical Colleges in India. Muller Journal of Medical Sciences and Research. 2018;9(2):98-99.

 

Journal

International

Indexed

25

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Resorting to Programmatic Assessment in medical education system in India. Muller Journal of Medical Sciences and Research. 2018;9(2):110

Journal

International

Indexed

26

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Brainstorming: A tool to facilitate learning among undergraduate medical students. Muller Journal of Medical Sciences and Research. 2018;9(2):114

Journal

International

Indexed

27

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Potential factors influencing the effectiveness of feedback in medical education. Journal of Current Research in Scientific Medicine. 2018;4(2):122

Journal

International

Indexed

28

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Feedback role in enhancing the professional growth of the medical student and the teacher. Libyan International Medical University Journal. 2018;3(2):70

Journal

International

Indexed

29

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Evidence-based medicine workshop for teaching faculty of a medical college: Kirkpatrick level 1 evaluation. International Journal of Academic Medicine. 2018;4(3):289-294.

Journal

International

Indexed

30

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Medical professionalism in India: Present and Future. International Journal of Academic Medicine. 2018;4(3):306

Journal

International

Indexed

31

2018

Role of feedback in the feed-forward of undergraduate medical students. Research and Development in Medical Education. 2018;7(2):62-63.

 

Journal

International

Indexed

32

2018

Shrivastava SR, Chacko TV, Bhandary S. Capacity building of faculty and postgraduate residents of Community Medicine to streamline the assessment process in competence driven curriculum. South East Asian Journal of Medical Education. 2018;12(2):63-64.

Journal

International

Indexed

33

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Critiquing the component of integrated teaching proposed under the new Graduate Medical Regulations 2018. Medical Journal of Dr. D.Y. Patil University. 2019;12(1):93-94.

Journal

International

Indexed

34

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Qualitative study to identify the perception and challenges faced by the faculty of Community Medicine in the implementation of Competency Based Medical Education for postgraduate students. Family Medicine and Community Health. 2019;7(1):e000043.

Journal

International

Indexed

35

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. How to successfully implement competency-based medical education in India. Education in Health Professions. 2018;1(2):61-63.

Journal

International

Indexed

36

2018

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Development of a module for the implementation of integrated teaching in a medical college in India. Journal of Integrated Health Sciences. 2018;6(2):77-78.

Journal

International

Indexed

37

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Employing analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate (ADDIE) model to sensitize postgraduate students about competency-based medical education program. International Journal of Academic Medicine. 2019;5(1):82-84.

Journal

International

Indexed

38

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Rationale for Programmatic Assessment in medical education and overcoming the anticipated challenges during its implementation. MAMC Journal of Medical Sciences. 2019;5(1):39-40

Journal

International

Indexed

39

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Faculty Development Programs in Medical Education: Need and points to ponder for its successful organization. MAMC Journal of Medical Sciences. 2019;5(1):41-42.

Journal

International

Indexed

40

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Challenges associated with the introduction of e-learning in medical education and strategies to counter them. MAMC Journal of Medical Sciences. 2019;5(1):43-44.

 

Journal

International

Indexed

41

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Framing a De novo curriculum on sleep disorders for an Indian Medical Graduate using Kern’s Model. Medical Journal of Dr. D.Y. Patil Vidyapeeth. 2019;12(3):202

Book

International

Indexed

42

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Use of e-learning tools for assessment in medical education. Medical Journal of Dr. D.Y. Patil Vidyapeeth. 2019;12(3):284-285.

 

Journal

International

Indexed

43

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Exploring the data required for evaluation of a competency based medical education curriculum in India. Indian Journal of Medical Specialities. 2019;10(2):114

Journal

International

Indexed

44

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Role of curriculum committee in the planning, implementation and evaluation of integrated teaching in medical education in India. Indian Journal of Health Sciences and Biomedical Research. 2019;12(2):179

Journal

International

Indexed

45

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Teaching ethics during undergraduate teaching in medical schools in India. South East Asian Journal of Medical Education. 2019;13(1):11

Journal

International

Indexed

46

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Targeting unprofessionalism among medical students in Indian settings. South East Asian Journal of Medical Education. 2019;13(1):55

Journal

International

Indexed

47

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Flipped classrooms in medical education: Tool to encourage self-directed and active learning. BLDE University Journal of Health Sciences. 2019;4(1):20-21.

Journal

International

Indexed

48

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Planning and implementing an e-learning course for medical students: Points to ponder. Journal of Integrated Health Sciences. 2019;7(1):28-29.

Journal

International

Indexed

49

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Integrated teaching in medical education in India: Scope, Current status and Opportunities. Research and Development in Medical Education. 2019;8(1):1

Book

International

Indexed

50

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Implementation of problem oriented learning sessions in para-clinical years of medical college. Research and Development in Medical Education. 2019;8(1):38-40.

Journal

International

Indexed

51

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Whether introduction of competency based medical education should be advocated in India? Indian Journal of Pharmacology. 2019;51(3):212

Journal

International

Indexed

52

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Whether introduction of competency based medical education should be advocated in India? Indian Journal of Pharmacology. 2019;51(3):212

Journal

International

Indexed

53

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Implementation of Competency Based Medical Education for postgraduate courses in India. International Journal of Advanced Medical and Health Research. 2019;6(1):5

Journal

International

Indexed

54

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Teaching professionalism and leadership skills to an Indian Medical Graduate. CHRISMED Journal of Health and Research. 2019;6(2):112

Journal

International

Indexed

55

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Employing a systematic approach to conduct program evaluation in medical education. CHRISMED Journal of Health and Research. 2019;6(3):176

Journal

International

Indexed

56

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Role of feedback and mentoring in programmatic assessment. Indian Journal of Health Sciences and Biomedical Research. 2019;12(1):97-98.

Journal

International

Indexed

57

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Assessment in competency-based medical education: Significance and the existing challenges. International Archives of Health Sciences. 2019;6(3):147-148.

Book

International

Indexed

58

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Scope of programmatic assessment in the ensuring better medical education delivery in India. Current Medical Issues. 2019;17(2):44.

Journal

International

Indexed

59

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS, Ramasamy J. Scope of the aptitude tests and their validation in medical education. International Journal of Academic Medicine. 2019;5(2):130-131

Journal

International

Indexed

60

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Strategies to deal with publication misconduct among medical students and teaching faculty: An Indian perspective. Indian Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 2019;23(2):97-98.

 

Journal

International

Indexed

61

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Competency based medical education and its need in the delivery of medical education in India. Indian Journal of Health Sciences and Biomedical Research. 2019;12(3):262-263.

 

Journal

International

Indexed

62

2019

Shrivastava SR, Shrivastava PS. Need of E-learning in medical education and strategies for its implementation in medical colleges in India. Indian Journal of Health Sciences and Biomedical Research. 2019;12(3):264-265.

Journal

International

Indexed