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Current Medical Curriculum and Teaching Strategies in the Eyes of Students

Anwar Ul Haque*, Mudassira*, Muhammad Iqbal Khan**, Syed Irfan Ahmed***,

Rameez Iqbal Hashmi**** and Lubna Naseem*

* Department of Pathology, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences

** Department of Surgery, International Islamic Medical College

*** Department of Medicine, Rawalpindi Medical College

**** Department of Anatomy, International Islamic Medical College


Continuous self assessment and improvement

is a sign of living nations. If amount of time and

energy are properly used and appropriate teaching

strategies are used, quality of the doctors can be

improved markedly. There is a constant and ongoing

need to assess the efficacy of the curriculum, teaching

strategies and the ethical values in order to be

sure that our doctors are fully and adequately

trained in all aspects. The entry into the medical

college is highly competitive and therefore our

medical students constitute the cream of the nation in

terms of intelligence, hard work and motivation. The

students overcome the gross and severe deficiencies of

medical education system by their natural abilities and

hard work; but at the same time this masks the

deficiencies in our medical education system. This is

gradually deteriorating the quality of doctors being




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