Journal of Health Sciences Education Volume 5 No 2 - July 2018 to December 2018

Multi Disciplinary Medical Journal Official Publication of Staff Research Society Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed University) Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha, Maharashtra, India 442004.

Original Articles

26 Effectiveness of Educational Intervention on Knowledge regarding Cord Blood Banking among the Antenatal Mothers in Selected Hospital of Wardha District
Author : Khushbu Meshram
Cord blood banking is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to save baby’s cord blood stem cells for potential medical uses. Having cord blood saved can be lifesaving or lifechanging for your baby or other family members and ensures that these cells are immediately available if ever needed.
31 Structured Clinical Observations (SCO) : A Method to Teach Clinical skill
Author : Renu Rathi
In medical education, acquisition of clinical or practical skills has utmost importance. By deliberate practice, learners generally have more chances of success under supervision of faculty1. High technology investigations do not diminish the need for clinical skill showing its high significance2. It is observed that students are not competent in clinical examination and case taking which are must criteria to achieve in their medical training tenure in connotation with different teaching-learning methods
34 Dental Student’s Attitude towards Learning Communication Skills
Author : Shravani Deolia
The effective communication between health care professionals & their patients play a pivotal role in clinician’s career profile. Therefore rapport between the patient & clinician must be well established. Communication is a two way process which involves the simultaneous understanding & empathy of both parties. Communication skills can be defined as ability to communicate effectively with patients, use active listening skills, gather & convey information effectively , handle patient’s emotions sympathetically & demonstrate empathy, rapport, ethical awareness & professionalism
39 Community Based learning : An Overview
Author : S. Chalakh
The Main purpose of any health profession education institute is to achieve three goals; educate health care providers,provide care to the patients and communities they serve and gain advance knowledge through research. As per the requirement of societal health needs and demands, various educational approaches are continuously being developed, innovated, experimented and implemented. Community-based learning is one of teaching/learning strategies that enable student to learn what they want to learn from any segment of the community. It is an experiential learning where students and lecturers collaborate with communities to address their problems and issues. Simultaneously both are gaining knowledge and skills and advancing personal development. There is an equal emphasis on helping communities and providing valid learning experience to students[1]. It improves students’ ability to apply what they’ve learned in the “real world”. It encourages the expansion of student learning by brining student in the community. They gain opportunities to apply and enhance, in real-life contexts. Knowledge, skills, and attitudes acquired through CBL
42 Relation between Class Attendance, Home Assignment Score among the Basic. B.Sc. Nursing Students
Author : Darshana Kumari
Student absenteeism in the class is a lost opportunity for learning and also affects scores in examinations. In our University, during UG induction programme all students are oriented regarding the attendance, internal assignment and about the examination pattern. All are encouraged to attend every class, if the less attendance is there, student is detain and are not eligible to appear in the examination.
46 Effectiveness of Mock Classroom Teaching in Improving Teaching Skill of Nursing Post Graduate Students
Author : Madhuri Shambharkar
Teaching is a process which facilitates learning by encouraging learners to think. Feel and do.(1) Teaching is an interactive process which taken place between teacher and students to influence each other. Teaching is a task of a teacher who not only improves information but also motivates, guides, helping and encourages students to learn. Is both science and art, SCIENCE as it based on psychological research that identifies cause and effect relationship between teaching and learning, ART, as it shows how those relationships are implemented in successful and artistic teaching

Review Articles

50 A Graphic Organizer and Important Addition to the Pedagogical Repertoire : A Review
Author : Vidya Baliga
Visual mapping techniques have been used traditionally in the form of flow charts,Venn diagrams, Pie charts to the more recent inclusions such as maps. Increasing popularity with the use of mapping techniques have led to development of various softwares such as freemind, coggle etc which allow the learner to make and create maps with greater ease. Mapping tools have kaleidoscopic applications including its applications in the field of Medicine and dentistry.
53 Feedback in Medical Education
Author : Sanjivani Wanjari
Feedback is an essential part of medical education and training programmes. It helps learners to maximise their potential at different stages of training, raise their awareness of strengths and areas that require improvement, and identify actions to be taken to improve performance. Feedback is part of the overall interaction between teacher and learner and not a oneway communication. Feedback is generally considered as an interaction between two people, mostly teacher and student in classroom setting, student and peer in formal or informal setting and between a doctor and patient in a clinical setting. However any member of the multidisciplinary team is eligible for giving feedback. It can be a teacher, supervisor, peers and colleagues, staff, patients and their relatives etc