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Student participation in curriculum designing and evaluation in clinical Biochemistry

Author(s): Ganesh Draupad Ghuge

Journal: International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research
ISSN 2229-3809

Volume: 4;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 1;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Medical Biochemistry | curriculum | clinical relevance | integration

The curriculum is planned, written and organized by academic and clinical staff with many years of experience as a medical teacher. Medical students, through experienced from their own education, they are able to give advice on student resources and facilities and are in a favourable position to judge the aspect of curricula. We report a survey of medical students regarding their assessment of the current curriculum of medical Biochemistry. The questionnaire was offered to students who were about to complete their first year MBBS. Total of 350 responses were received.285 students felt that the teaching of medical Biochemistry at present is too theoretical. All students felt that practicals were necessary for learning and understanding the subject. 254 liked the use of blackboard over the power point presentation as aid of teaching. It is well established that students have ability to evaluate the efficacy of their own course. Therefore medical curriculum should be designed with student priorities as one of the major factors to be considered and with active participation of students at each and every stage of its designing and implementation.

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