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Competency based medical education

Levels of evaluation – Troy Brady

Medical ethics and etiquettes

Reflections in learning

Study skill inventory

186 interactive technique Teaching large groups ABC of learning and teaching in medicine: BMJ

Check list for effective lecturing

Domains of learning

Dos and Don’ts of effective lectures

Novice to Expert: the Dreyfus model of skill acquisition

Dynamics of student teacher relationshipPROF(DR) B. P. PANDA

Effective Teaching Practices

Effective LecturingWilliam E. Cashin,

Giving leadership to curriculum reformsProf Nilanthi de Silva

Making lectures more interactive –a student’s informed view and an academic’s implementation

National health policy 2015 – A critical reviewProf (Dr.) A Marthanda Pillai

Development of professionalism in post graduate education – Dr BV Adkoli

Teaching and Assessment of  Professionalism in  Medical Education- B.V. Adkoli

Teaching large groups ABC of learning and teaching in medicinePeter Cantillon

Constructing Written Test Questions for the Basic and Clinical Sciences

Constructing Multiple Choice Exams

Faculty development: Why it fails to impress us– Tejinder Singh

Microteaching and its value

Curriculum development – Integrated processDr Neera Dhar

Developing Trainers’s Skills and  CompetenciesPoonam Khattar

What is training and issues?

System approach to teaching

Case Method in medical teaching Dr Poonam Khattar

Role play as a training techniqueDr Poonam Khattar

Case Method in teachingDr Neera Dhar

Example of Designing CurriculumDr Neera Dhar

Role play in teachingProf Neera Dhar

Training and communication skillsDr Neera Dhar

Evaluation of training programme  Dr A K Sood

Group work as a method of trainingDr A K Sood

Physiotherapy unit of GHMC Calicut

Example of Designing Curriculum

IHMA-TNPSC Training Programme

Developing Trainers’s Skills and  CompetenciesDr Poonam Khattar

Life skill training Dr Arun B Nair

Skills for a good trainer Dr A K Sood

One-Minute Preceptor Model for Clinical Teaching

Role of Science & Technology in Sustainable Education – Dr.  P H Waghodekar

Social accountability of health professional schools

What is training

How to teach Microbiology: Lesson planning – Dr. Shubhamoy Ghosh

Making ‘informal and hidden’ curriculum ‘formal’ – Professor N.G. Patil

Case-based integrated curriculum through the portal of Pathology – Dr Vinaykumar

How to teach minor drugs – Dr L K Nanda

Office procedures

Problem Based Learning : PROMISES and PITFALLS – P.K. Rangachari

Orientation Class on Problem Based Learning (PBL) in Pharmacology – Dr Yeshwanth Rao

How to teach poly crest drugs – Dr L K nanda

Communication Skills – Dr. Pooja Gangrade

Malaysian Education Winning in the Global Race – Prof Datuk Dr Ismail Md. Salleh

Basic Concepts in Management & Organization – Prof. A.K. Sood

Introducing Team Based Learning (TBL) in Pharmacology – Dr Yeshwanth Rao

The important of psychology in study of homoeopathic materia medica – Prof.(dr.) Rajesh d. Sanja

Vision to Create Homoeopath – Dr. Ankush & Dr. Shweta  Agrawal

Prospects of Mind

Changing trends in medical education: how theory influences practice? – Tejinder Singh

Medical educators in India – Avinash Supe

Assessing Non-Verbal Communication Workshop – Alan Aaron

Cost Consciousness in Healthcare delivery Dr. Aravind Srinivasan

Building Universal and Equitable Health Systems – Reconfiguring Health Professional Education –Prof. K. Srinath Reddy

Social accountability of health professional schools

“Accreditation as a tool for quality development in medical education” – Stefan Lindgren

Making curricula relevant to health care system needs

Social accountability in action for health

A New Vision for Health Systems in the 21st Century: Investing in People – Julio Frenk

Educational Goals and Educational Objectives:  A Practical Guide for Medical Educators

Adult learning principles

How to make a website in 10 easy steps – Dr Sanjay Bedi

Teachers’ day – Dr Sanjay Bedi & Dr Minu Bedi

The tricky relationship between health sciences  education and health outcomes – Steve Reid

Education Techniques for Lifelong Learning

Health Professions Education towards meeting the health care needs of India  Dr K Mohandas

Contemporary Issues in Medicine:  Communication in Medicine –AAMC

What after BHMS? – Dr Mansoor Ali 

How to study drug proving – Prof L M Khan 

Educational objectives of anatomy at UG level – Dr Md Anearul Haque 

Evidence based education – our achievements and way forward – DR Suresh Rati & Dr Sandip Sha 

A Study on Report of Customer Services in Banks Dr. Narinder Kumar Bhasin

Planning Your Assessment

Communication skills education for doctors: an update

Tools for Direct Observation and Assessment of Clinical Skills of Medical Trainees – JAMA 

HIV/AIDS training to Homoeopathic doctors 

The medical homeopathic university project – Marina Afanasieva

A proposal to create new models of medical education to better serve the health care needs in India.- Vinay Kumar

The key principle of education is quality – William (Bill) Burdick

Communication skills in medicine

Communicating with patients  Dr Suresh Chari

Discover the Power of Communication

101 Ways to Improve Your Communication Skills – Catherine Jaggard

Workshop on Effective Communication Skills

Scientific Foundations for Future Physicians – Vinay Kumar

Communication Skills – Dr Prashant Vishwanath

Do not force a patient Dr Amit Pandey

Undergraduate haematology teaching – Prof. Krishnendu Mukherjee

Educational Objectives of Anatomy at U.G. Level – Dr. Md. Anwarul Haque.

Electronic Classroom  for Teaching  Undergraduate Students  – Dr  Sanjay Bedi

The Assessment of Clinical Learners – Adam Cifu, M.D.

Toward Assessment: Developing Goals and Objectives

Providing Effective Feedback – Faculty Professional Development Series

Group Work, Group Exercise & Group Dynamics  –  Payal Bansal,Arun Jamkar,Vivek Saoji

The Costs and Benefits of Human Resources

Importance of Teaching Haematology  in Homoeopathic Practice with Relation to Materia Medica Prof. (Dr.) A.K. Mishra

Presentation skills – facts – Ajit Menon

Second schedule of Central Council of Homoeopathy India

How to conduct an Awareness Programme effectively on Monsoon diseases  Dr. G. Sivaramakrishnan

Micro teaching in Medical profession – Dr.S.Sankar 

Lecturer & lesson planning – Dr.S.Sankar

Significance of pre clinical subjects in Homoeopathy – Prof.S.M.Singh

Teaching Learning methods in Homeopathy

Effective bed side teaching – Dr.Jayaprakash.R

Importance of para clinical subjects in teaching homeopathic materia medica – Dr.Zoya Joao

Chalk board in homeopathy teaching – Dr.S.Sankar

Effective Homeopathy lecture – Dr.S.Sankar

Ethics in medical education – Dr.Sreekumari

Mechanics of question paper setting – Dr.S.Sankar

Principles of evaluation – Dr.S.Sankar

Professional development & soft skills – Prof-Sharad Patil

Problem based short essay questions– Dr.S.Sankar

Short answer questions – Dr.S.Sankar

Objective type questions – Dr.S.Sankar

How to teach recording of symptoms in case format – Prof.B.P.Panda

Clinical bed side learning

Computer assisted learning in Homeopathy – Dr.Bipin Jain

Curriculum planning in homoeopathy – Dr Usha Uchat

Teaching pedagogy & curriculum – Dr M S Alam

Educational objectives in homoeopathy – Dr Arvind Kothe

Overview of hospital management – Dr S Ghosh

Integrated learning in Homoeopathy – Dr.S K Battacharyya

Educational planning & management – Prof L M Khan

Projects and assignments – Dr.Sankar

Educational Planning & Management/ Integral Learning

Role of Medical Educator – Prof. Niranjan Mohanty

Skill in teaching – Dr Lokanath Mehra

Systemic medical education – Prof. S.Praveen Kumar

Taxonomy of homeopathic education – Prof.Abhijit Chattopadhyay

Qualities of a measuring instrument-selection of appropriate tools of evaluation in teachingDr.S Sankar

Teaching learning principles – Dr Udayan Chatterjee

How to study materia medica – Dr. Winston Vargheese

How to teach & learn materia medica – Dr Ravi M Nair

Clinical bedside learning – Dr.S .Prabhu

Computer assisted learning – Dr.Bipin Jain

Curriculum Planning – Dr.Usha Uchat

Educational Objectives in Homoeopathy – Dr.Aravid Kothe

Ethics for medical educator: Fallacies & Obligations – Dr.D.Basu 

Role of Medical Educator – Dr.N.Mohanty 

Educational Planning & Management / Integral Learning – Dr.S.Z Khan 

TEACHING – Learning Process by Simulated Patient Management Problems  Prof.Dr.L.M.Khan 

Skill learning- teaching aids and media – Dr.C.Nayak

Systemic medical education  Dr.Praveen 

Taxonomy of teaching – Dr.A.Chattopadhyay 

Teaching learning process and principles – Dr.Udayan Chatterjee 

Why Do Fonts Change on My PowerPoint Presentation on a Different Computer?

Vision & Mission of department of Homeopathy – Govt. of Kerala – Dr.K.Jamuna

Professional effectiveness – Dr.K.Gireesh

Dispensary management and accounting – Dr.P.Haridas

Essentials of dispensary administration – Sri.K.Pavithran

Introspection for doctors – Dr.M.K.Sahani

Jyothirgamaya – School Health Programme in Kerala  Dr.Mansoor Ali 

Financial & Medical auditing

Do’s and Don’ts in Examinations – Students’ expectations

Doctor patient relationship – Dr.V.P.Paily

Evidence based medicine and our profession – Prof.Alokendu Chatterjee

Visualisation of data  Dr.Pradeedp Kumar.K

Objectives of Homeopathic education – Dr.Saveesh Kumar

Opportunities for homeopathic graduates  Dr.Manshanda

TRG training programme RAECH

School health programme in Kerala – Dr.S.Gopikumar

Teaching and Learning – Dr.A.Prabu Kurean

How to prepare objective type questions

Medical E learning – Dr. V. Balasubramanyam

How to conduct a viva voce examination

Professional development and soft skills Dr.Deepti Shastri

Effective Lecturing

Achieving careers and prospects – Dr.Ajith Kumar.D.S

How to prepare for competitive exams – Dr.K.R.Mansoor Ali

Homeopathic Education – An over view – Dr. Gautam Ash

Re-orientation training programmes in Homeopathy – Dr.Srinath Rao

Curriculum designing – Dr.Munir Ahmed.R

Teaching Aids – Dr.Anil Khurana

Evaluation techniques – Dr. Asha Chowdhry

Definition of education and its objectives – Dr.Eswar Das

Objectives of education – Training the trainer Dr. R.K.Manchanda

Personal Effectiveness Assessment – Giving & receiving feed back – Dr. R.K.Manchanda

E learning and E teaching –Dr.Meeta Gupta

Innovative Methods of Teaching – Dr. Mohit Sharma

Traditional methods of teaching – Lecture – Dr.P.R.Vaid

Education – Interpersonal relationship – Teachers – Prof. Mohammad Qasim

Quality assurance in teaching and curriculum development – Dr.V.K.khanna

Homeopathic education – Changing trends – Dr.Mansoor Ali

Introduction to 1st MD students – Dr.Mansoor Ali

Essay type questions – Dr.K.S.Sujatha

Group Dynamics – CGAP direct

Healthy student and healthy education – Dr.Manoj Kumar.T.G 

Workshop on lesson planning

Life skill education  Dr. Amar S Fettle

Objective type questions

How to prepare for MD(Hom)/UPSC Entrance examinations – Dr.Mansoor Ali

Medical E learning – Dr. V. Balasubramanyam

Micro teaching – a vehicle for teacher training – Dr.K.S.Sujatha

Micro teaching and its value – Dr. Deepti Shastri

Objective type questions – Dr.V.L.Pattnakar

Objective structure – Viva voce Examinations – Dr. P.Sampath Rao

Educational Objectives – Dr.Munir Ahammed.R

Another session on Educational Objectives – Dr. Munir. Ahammed.R

Objective Structured Clinical Examination

Preparing Students for Professional Practice – Dr. Nkunj Trivedi

Principles of evaluation – Evaluation procedures in Anatomy – Dr.K.S.Sujatha

Principles of Educational Evaluation – Dr. E.S.J.Prabhu Kiran

Principles of Lesson Planning – Dr. E.S.J.Prabhu Kiran

Principles of question paper setting – Dr.K.S.Sujatha

Objectives of training teachers – Dr.Srinath Rao

Learning – Principles and application – Dr. R. Kannappan

Learner is the focus of all educational activity – Dr. P. Sampath Rao

Teaching learning media – non projected – Dr. Gautam Ash

Teaching learning method – large group – Dr. Gautam Ash

Teaching learning media – Dr.Ashok Patil

Teaching learning media – Dr.Munir Ahmmed. R

Small Group and Individual based Teaching – Learning Methods – Dr.Munir Ahmmed. R

Training of trainers – Dr.Sunila

Oral examination – Viva voce

Department of homeopathy- Kerala