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Objective of the graduate medical curriculi across the countries is to develope efficient doctors to cater to the health care needs of the society. The article brings out the need to Modify the assessment to ensure key learning necessary for this objective.
Well written with examples of courses where the pattern is already being implemented.
Medical teacher in Pharmacology and faculty / Coordinator of Institutional Medical Education Unit.
Can you suggest brief additions or amendments or an introductory statement that will increase the value of this paper for an international audience?
If similar studies have been done in other parts of the world they can be referred to.
Have attended numerous courses on Medical Education. I am also a part of the medical education team at our institute.
the intrepretation and conclusion would be more valid if available information regarding student perspective on this subject was also stated.
has been working in a medical college where 'integrated teaching ' is tried out in various forms.
It is a well thought out and presented viewpoint. It will be great if the author can discuss with reference to the role of integrated learning as presented in the following papers across the globe and diverse disciplines:
1. Ward KP, Horizontal integration of the basic sciences in the chiropractic curriculum.
J Chiropr Educ. 2010 Fall;24(2):194-7.
2. Burns ER, "Anatomizing" reversed: Use of examination questions that foster use of higher order learning skills
by students. Anat Sci Educ. 2010 Nov 2. [Epub ahead of print]
3. Giles JA, Kirby A. PORT05 Medical students value an integrated approach to clinical neurology
training. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2010 Nov;81(11):e67.
I am applying informatics principles for medical education and working to develop effective e-learning models.
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