Prof. S.R. Sharma has been published in the following publications during the last 3 years.
1)Nirula SR. * Khanal S.S.
Critical analysis of performance of medical students. Educ Health (Abingdon),
2006 eb; 19(1): 5-13.
2) Pokkhrel N. Mehta RS, * Khanal SS, Niraula SR.
Admission eligibility criteria and academic success of the BSc Nursing at BPKIHS, Nepal. Nepal Med Coll Journal 2004 Dec; 6(2): 144-6.
3)Pokkhrel N. Mehta RS, * Khanal SS, Niraula SR.
The relationship of dental extrinsic stains with the concentration of trace elements in water sources in a district of Nepal. Oral Health Prev Dent. 2004;2(1): 33-7.
4. Sharma Sudhamshu Raj, Handbook and Facilitators Guide for Teaching of Medical Ethics, 2009 October,WHO, SEARO, Dhaka - Co author & Expert Group Member . *full name Sudhamshu Raj Sharma Khanal
Dr. Jagadeesh. N has been published in the following publications during the last 3 years
1. “Narcoanalysis leads to more questions than answers” published in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics 2007, Volume IV, No. 1, Page – 9 also published in the book. Technology in health care, Current Controversies, IJME, December 2007, 232.
Publishers – Forum for Medical Ethics Society, Mumbai & Centre for studies in Ethics & Rights, Mumbai.
2. “Bitter truth of Medico legal profession” Journal of south India Medico Legal Association (2009) 1-2 (Co-author)
3. “Publishing Case Reports: A potent tool for better practice of Forensic Medicine” Journal of South India Medico Legal Association 1 (2009) 47-48 )(Co-author)
4. “The Status of Forensic Medicine in India” Indian Journal of Medical Ethics vol. V No. 4 October – December 2008, 154 – 156 (First author)
5. Medico Legal Masquerade – A case report published in the Indian Journal of forensic medicine & toxicology , Jan – June 2009 Vol. 3 No. 1 (Co-author)
6. Origin of red cross emblem –its uses and misuses – published in journal of Karnataka Medico Legal Society, Jan – June 2009, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Co author)
Dr. Kiran M.S. has been published in the following publications during the last three years
1. Medico Legal Masquerade – A case report published in the Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Jan – June 2009 Vol. 3 No. 1
2. “A JOURNEY TO TOMB BY A TRIVIAL TRAUMA TO NECK –A CASE REPORT” sent for publication in JIAFM.
Dr. Padmini Hannah Noone has been published in the following publications during the last three years
1. * Noone P, Majid M, Vasu S Autopsy findings in a case of tuberous sclerosis. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 16(2009) 357-361 (Dr. Padmini Hannah Noone, Dr. Mansoor Majid, Professor Dr. Shirley Vasu)
2. Use of role play in undergraduate teaching of ethics an experience Journal of forensic and legal medicine (2012)1-3. (Prof. Sadhamshu Raj Sharma, Fairoz Khan, K.G. Raviraj, S.S.Shobhana, 2012 http://dx-doi-org/10-1016 J.Jflm2012.06.010
Dr, Raviraj K.G has been published in the following publications during the last three years
1.Profile of Sudden Cardiac Deaths at Autopsy in Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre (Whitefield, Bangalore- 66), study sent for publication to Journal of SIMLA. RaviRaj.K.G* , Fairoz Khan** , Dr.Kiran.M.S*** , Prof.Jagadeesh.N **** , Prof.S.R.Sharma *****
1.Chimerism – Forensic Significance – Published in Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology – July - December 2008, Vol. 25, Issue – 2 by Dr. Raviraj K.G, Dr. Chidananda P. S., Prof. K.H. Manjunath
Dr. Fairoz Khan has been published in the following publications during the last three years
1.Origin of red cross emblem – its uses & misuses – published in journal of Karnataka Medico legal Society, Jan – June 2009 Vol. 3 No. 1 by Dr. Fairoz Khan, Dr. Jagadeesh. N, Dr. S.C. Mestri
Dr. Shobhana S.S has been published in the following publications during the last three years
1.An electronic media used in reconstruction of crime scene – A case report, Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology by Dr. Shobhana S.S, Prof. P.K. Devadass, 2008.
Prof.Shashidhar C. Mestri has been published in the following publications during the last three years
1) A rear foot rests lay to rest an innocent – A case report, Coauthor, International Edition, Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Vol. 24, No. 2, July – Dec 2007.
2) Battered Child? A case Report, Co -Author, IAFM, July , Vol. 29, Nc- 4, Oct- Dec 2007.
3) Hospital Casualty Services – A Medicolegal Point of View Journal of Scientific Society, JJMC 2006.
4) A Mysterious Bathroom Death – JIST, Dec 2007.
5) Mediastinal emphysema due to an isolated facial trauma: a case report, co – author- Med. Sci. Law Vol. 48, No.2. 2008.
Professor SR Sharma has authored and contributed to the following publications
1. Study of Post Mortem Findings in Fatal Burns, Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Vol. No. 1, July - Sep 1984 . (Main author with Dogra TD)
2. Curriculum for Minor Surgery for Health Assistants, Tribhuvan University, Institute of Medicine, Kathmandu, Nepal. 1978
3. Study of Fatal Burns in South Delhi- Police Research & Development , September 1983 (Main Author with Dogra TD)
4. Medicolegal Manual, Tribhuvan University, Institute of Medicine, Kathmandu, Nepal, 1985
5. Relationship between admission eligibility criteria and academic success of the B.Sc. Nursing students - Nursing & Midwifery Research Journal , Vol. 1 No 1 (Main Author with Pokhrel N, Niraula SR & Mehta RS )
6. The relationship of Dental Extrinsic stains with concentration of trace elements in water sources in a district of Nepal - Oral Health & Preventive Dentistry , year 2004, Vol. 2 , issue 1( Co author with Pushpanjali K, & Surya Raj Niraula.)
Use of role play in undergraduate teaching of ethics – An experience
Padmini Hannah Noone, MD, DNB, (Assistant Professor), Sudhamshu Raj Sharma MD, DMJ (Professor and Head), Fairoz Khan, MBBS, MD (Assistant Professor), K.G. Raviraj, MD, DFM (Assistant Professor), S.S. Shobhana, MBBS, DFM (Post Graduate Trainee)
Department of Forensic Medicine, Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Bangalore 560066, India
Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine
Available online 5 July 2012
Lecture is the traditional way of teaching adopted in our routine. Learning about medical ethics used to be done by lecture. All of us felt that learning some aspects of ethics requires a deeper understanding of the topics especially those areas involving feelings and emotions. So the role play method was chosen. We taught the topics consent and euthanasia by both the didactic method and by role play to the students of second year MBBS during the period June–July 2012 and then we compared the results. We have tried to evaluate role play vis-a vis lecture by analyzing the feedback from the students. The affective component analysis requires a different method of teaching and assessment as shown by our experience.
Role play; Didactic; Ethics; Euthanasia; Consent