July 2011

REFORMING MEDICAL EDUCATION TO BENEFIT MASSES : July 2011


EDITORIAL
Go the Distance

COVER STORY
REACHING MASSES
The only way to make healthcare affordable is to create a massive education network, and this should encompass infrastructure for training of Medical, Dental, Paramedical and Nursing students

POLICY PERSPECTIVE
we need justice for the patient
Dr Purshottam Lal, Board Member of MCI

IN CONVERSATION
GOI recognises importance of distance learning in Medical Education
Prof AK Agarwal, IGNOU School of Health Sciences

SPOTLIGHT
Revolutionising Pedagogy @ a Distance
Dr Biplab Jamatia

Skill Training Process in Medical Programmes of IGNOU

ZOOM IN
Medical Education in Indian Perspective
Prof Tapan K. Jena & Dr Biplab Jamatia

IN FOCUS
Opportunities for Excellence
Dr Biplab Jamatia

LEADERS SPEAK
There is no Fertile Ground for Students Excelling in Research
Dr Shakti Gupta, MS & HOD, Hospital Administration, AIIMS

ICT-based virtual classes are playing a big role in medical education
Dr A K Agarwal, Dean, Maulana Azad Medical College

Sow the Seeds for a Doctor-Patient Relationship in the Degree Courses
Dr Tatyarao P. Lahane, Dean Grant Medical College

The Government is Very Serious About Improving Rural Health
Dr NK Mohanty, MS, Safdarjung Hospital

Technology can Address Issues Related to Rural Healthcare
Dr VA Saoji, Dean, Bharati Vidyapeeth

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James Pandian, Dean, SRM University

We Lack in Skill-set Training
Dr S Kumar, Dean, MS Ramaiah College

Change in Mindset of Policy Makers is the Need of the Hour
Dr SM Bhatti, Principal, Christian Medical College

We Need to Improve Our Education System if We Want a Change
Dr Pratibha Gupta, Dean, School of Medical Sciences and Research, Sharda University

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