Amjad Ali, Asim Shafi, Arif Siddiq, Muhammed Salman Siddiq, Rab Nawaz Malik, Kanwal Khalid
Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences



Teaching Professionalism in undergraduate Medical Education

Amjad Ali, Asim Shafi, Arif Siddiq, Muhammed Salman Siddiq, Rab Nawaz Malik, Kanwal Khalid



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ABSTRACT


For the last many years, there have been speedy and far-reaching changes in health teaching. [1] Numerous innovative approaches of teaching professionalism have been established and executed since 1950’s and engrossed on medical expertise. In this paper, we will observe teaching professionalism in health teaching, detailing the usages and tasks associated with diverse methods. The developments in bio medical technologies and skills have been primed to advance of teaching professionalism tools that expand the assessment of expertise.

Objective: To observe the Teaching Professionalism in undergraduate medical education in BADMC Multan

Methodology: A cross sectional survey was conducted at BAMDC Multan from January 2020 to June 2020 after obtaining ethical approval from ECB. The data was collected through convenience sampling technique from 50 health educators teaching anatomy, medicine, Surgery and Gyane & Obs. to undergraduate students by using unidentified questionnaire. Consent was taken from all participants before data collection. Data was entered and analyzed by using SPSS 21.

Results: Of the 50 health educators, 46 (92%) reacted to the main phase of the overview, 48 (96%) of medical educators have sound mentalities about their jobs and responsibilities, 42 (84 %) having disintegration of clinical polished methodology, 44 (80 %) have clinical instructors ethicists- subjecting one's personal responsibility to the interest of patients, 50 (100 %) sticking to high moral and good guidelines, 40 (80 %)responding to cultural necessities, 48 (96%) displaying center humanistic qualities (e.g., compassion, uprightness, benevolence, dependability), 50 (100%) can design demonstrable, 46 (92 %) have duplicates of educational plan materials utilized in courses identified with polished skill, 48 (96 %) use Simulations ,22 (44 %) can use Computer-based simulation, 40 (80 %) can create case generation techniques.

Conclusion & Recommendations: From this study, it is concluded that only 22 health educators (44 %) can use Computer-based simulation, 40 (80 %) can create case generation techniques, 40 (80 %) responding to cultural necessities, 42 (84 %) having disintegration of clinical polished methodology that is very low bench mark in teaching professionalism. Extra exploration is needed, mainly if the teaching professionalism is used to make high stick verdicts (e.g., elevation and authorization).

Key Words: Health Educators, Ethical Committee Board, Bakhtawar Amin Medical & Dental College, Multan



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