Indian Efforts To Train The Teachers In Health Sector Education

Authors: Dr. SmitaBalwantraoSankaye,Dr. SushilGhanshyamKachewar.

VIMS Health Sci Journal:  2014, 1 (2) | Abstract | pdf PDF Full Article | DOI:

Abstract:

Abundance of universities and health colleges in India has ensured a vast increase in teachers in health sector. But the increased quantity does not mean an increased quality. Although recent advances have been incorporated in health sector textbooks , newer methods of training the teacher have been lagging behind. Of late, reforms in this arena promise a silver lining to the cloud. This article takes a stroll of the currentIndian efforts to train the teachers in health sector education, so that we can meet the quality as well as quantity of such faculty; which is truly the need of the hour.

Key words:  Medical Education, Health Sector, Faculty development program.

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Vancouver/ICMJE Style

 Sankaye S B, Kachewar S G. Indian Efforts To Train The Teachers In Health Sector Education,VIMSHSJ,(2014),1(2), pp-37-39

Harvard Style

 Sankaye S B, Kachewar S G. (2014),Indian Efforts To Train The Teachers In Health Sector Education,VIMS Health Science Journal(VIMSHSJ),1(2), pp-37-39

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Sankaye S B, Kachewar S G. (2014),Indian Efforts To Train The Teachers In Health Sector Education,VIMS Health Science Journal(VIMSHSJ),1(2), pp-37-39