List of Books written by Indian Authors in Medical Education

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  1. Verma K, D’Monte B, Adkoli BV, Nayar U, (eds). Inquiry Driven Strategies for innovation in Medical Education. New Delhi: AIIMS, 1991.
  2. Verma K, Nayar U, Adkoli BV (eds). Inquiry Driven Strategies for innovation in Medical Education: Curricular Reforms. New Delhi: AIIMS, 1995.
  3. Khosla PK, Angra SK, Talwar D. (eds.) Community Ophthalmology – An Indian Perspective, New Delhi: Current Scientific Literature, 1992
  4. Khosla PK, Garg SP, Talwar D. (eds.) Assessment  Strategies in Ophthalmology. New Delhi : Ideal Impression, 1993
  5. Sethuraman K.R, Objective Structured Clinical Examination, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 1993
  6. Sharma SD, Kacker SK, Adkoli BV  India.  In: Sajid AW, Mc Guire CH et al (eds).  International Handbook of Medical Education. Westport, Connecticut. London: Greenwood Press, 1994, pp207-230. [Though this is a book chapter, this is a position paper, useful for in tracing  early development of  medical education in India. ]
  7. Rita Sood et al (eds). Assessment in Medical Education –Trends and Tools, K.L.Wig Centre for Medical Education and Technology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, 1995. [This is very good primer to understand basic concepts in assessment.  pdf version available: Contact person Dr Rita Sood ritasood@gmail.com ]
  8. Srinivasa D.K., Ananthakrishnan N, Sethuraman K.R, Santosh Kumar. (eds.) Medical Education: Principles & Practice, (Revised Edition),  National Teacher Training Centre, Jawaharlal Institute of Medical Education and Research, (JIPMER), Pondicherry, First edition 1995. Revised edition is available.
  9. Ananthakrishnan N, Sethuraman K.R, Santosh Kumar. (eds.) Medical Education: Principles & Practice , Volume II –Trainers’ Manual, National Teacher Training Centre, Jawaharlal Institute of Medical Education and Research, (JIPMER), Pondicherry, 1997 [Sr No. 8 and 9 are excellent compendium of content of the NTTC Courses conducted by  NTTC, JIPMER Pondicherry]
  10. Sethuraman K.R. (ed) Developing Clinical Skills – Proceedings of a Workshop. JIPMER, Pondicherry, 1995 [ A useful collection of clinical skills categorized systematically]
  11. Bali R.K. (ed) Faculty Resource Development for Dental Education in Health Sciences, Asian Pacific Dental Federation: Commission on Dental Education, 1997 [This is useful book for dental profession educators]
  12. Sethuraman K.R. Trick or Treat. The Society of EQUIP, Pondicherry, 2000 [Interesting reading on medical ethics]
  13. Sood R. (ed) Postgraduate Training – Key Issues,  Indian College of Physicians, Academic Wing of Association of Physicians of India, New Delhi, 2002 [Recommended for PG Teachers]
  14. Shekar K.S., Srinivas D.K. (eds.) What is not taught in Medical Colleges! Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore.2011 Contact person: rguhsjps@gmail.com [A must read book for all those interested in a holistic approach to medical education]
  15. Singh T., Anshu (eds.) Principles of Assessment in Medical Education 2012 New Delhi Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. [Excellent resource for assessment in medical education]
  16. Singh T., Gupta P., Singh D.(eds.)  Principles of Medical Education, Fourth edition IAP National Publication House, Gwalior, JAYPEE Brothers, 2013 [Excellent primer in medical education, reads well]
  17. Bhuiyan P.S.,Rege N.N., Supe A.N. (eds) The Art of teaching medical students. 2nd Edn. 2002. Medical Education Technology Cell, Seth G.S. Medical College & K.E. M. Hospital, Parel, Mumbai. [Latest edition of this book is expected soon. Contact person: Dr Pritha Bhuiyan, drprithabhuiyan@yahoo.com ]
  18.  Basic Workshop On Medical Education Technology by Medical Education Unit – a complilation for basic course workshop