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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Comparison of Performance of Medical Graduates Following Competency Based Learning and Conventional Learning in Indian Medical Colleges

Author: SAUMYA SINGH, DR. VARSHA PANDE, DR. UJWAL GAJBE, DR. ANUPAMA SAWAL, GAURI MANOJ DHOPAVKAR
Abstract: Medical education in India is undergoing a major paradigm shift from the conventional based learning to competency-based medical education (CBME) for the medical graduates from the year 2019. As the shifts is in its transition phase, the thinking is profound in this direction and the A marked change in the form of existing pattern, is accompanied by reprehension. while CBME is directed change in methodology to the academic content and evaluation the medical education, it is vulnerable to critique and concerns; including the necessity for change, vulnerability of reduction, and not having of outcome for CBME. Few criticisms may be cognet, and obliged to be talked about as competency-based medical education is planned; other apprehensions lifted about competency-based medical education aims at the value of purpose to create medical graduates, who are able to have skills of social interaction, professionalship, teamwork, and patient-centred care to improve patient care. Focusing on the medical graduates’ outcomes and the competencies required for practice, CBME seems well placed to prepare graduates for the new world of healthcare. In this cross-sectional comparative study, we aim to compare at the outcomes of consequences and skills required for practice CBME seems to be placed to prepare a graduate for new world medical care to individuals. In this cross-sectional comparative study, we aim to compare at the outcomes of competency-based medical education implemented in 2019, among the medical graduates across the country with the traditional conventional medical teaching in the medical colleges of India.
Keyword: Competency based learning, conventional learning.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.01.206
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