Dr Pradep Kumar Shenoy Chandrasekhara


Medical Education is becoming more and more challenging as we get less number of patients to teach. It is a well-known fact that doing an activity by reading and understanding a subject will always be beneficial on a long basis. One more thing that has to be understood is the shortage of time for training the first year students, so more of interactive sessions should be incorporated in the system. Many authors have attempted this technique and have been successful in making this effort an enjoyable and memorable sessions. This study puts in an effort to understand the student’s perspective in using this method in teaching  and learning Bed side clinic and ignite a small interest in them so as to practise more of the same


Bed side learning, traditional lecture

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