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Teacher as facilitator: A requisite during foundation years of medical curriculum

Tripti Kamlakant Srivastava.


The foundation years in medical curriculum, particularly dedicated to basic sciences, mandate a strong inculcation of critical thinking, clinical reasoning, problem solving, decision making, and lifelong learning skills. The steep competition and dramatic upsurge in professional challenges obligate the ability to take responsibility of one’s own learning. The fresh undergraduates, as they step into the competitive and demanding health profession, require adequate grooming in their foundation years so that they are adequately transformed to face the nuances of the same.

Key words: Facilitator, Teachers, Curriculum, Foundation

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