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Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal
Periodical of Karnataka Chapter of Anatomists
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Student Perception on Lectures in Medical Education

Roopa Kulkarni, Ashwini. C A, Bharath Reddy.

Abstract
Objectives: The lecture is an important mode of imparting knowledge for a large group which gives an overview of the subject to the students. To know the students’ point of view about the need for lectures in Indian scenario as the students studying medicine in India come from various geographical backgrounds.
Methodology: A prevalidated questionnaire was given to the students and the responses were analysed statistically.
Results: The students have opined that the lectures are essential. Questioning in the c l a s s room should be for developing communication skills. Audiovisual aids enhance the effectiveness of blackboard teaching. The ideal duration of a lecture has been 45 minutes. The students have been receptive to integrated teaching.
Conclusion: Student perception forms an essential component for process evaluation of the medical curriculum which has a profound effect on the stakeholders i.e. the teachers in terms of scope for improvisation in medical education and students for becoming effective physicians.



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Kulkarni R, A AC, Reddy B. Student Perception on Lectures in Medical Education. Anatomica Karnataka. 2011; 5(2): 1-9.



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Kulkarni R, A AC, Reddy B. Student Perception on Lectures in Medical Education. www.scopemed.org/?mno=11717 [Access: August 23, 2014].



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Kulkarni R, A AC, Reddy B. Student Perception on Lectures in Medical Education. Anatomica Karnataka. 2011; 5(2): 1-9.



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Kulkarni R, A AC, Reddy B. Student Perception on Lectures in Medical Education. Anatomica Karnataka. (2011), [cited August 23, 2014]; 5(2): 1-9.



Harvard Style

Kulkarni, R., A, A. C. & Reddy, B. (2011) Student Perception on Lectures in Medical Education. Anatomica Karnataka, 5 (2), 1-9.



Turabian Style

Kulkarni, Roopa, Ashwini. C A, and Bharath Reddy. 2011. Student Perception on Lectures in Medical Education. Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal , 5 (2), 1-9.



Chicago Style

Kulkarni, Roopa, Ashwini. C A, and Bharath Reddy. "Student Perception on Lectures in Medical Education." Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal 5 (2011), 1-9.



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Kulkarni, Roopa, Ashwini. C A, and Bharath Reddy. "Student Perception on Lectures in Medical Education." Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal 5.2 (2011), 1-9. Print.



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Kulkarni, R., A, A. C. & Reddy, B. (2011) Student Perception on Lectures in Medical Education. Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal , 5 (2), 1-9.



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