Ahmed Waqas, Aqsa Iftikhar, Zahra Malik, Kapil Kiran Aedma, Hafsa Meraj and Sadiq Naveed
dental school. The students are taught a traditional track curricula based on non-problem-based learning and teacher-centred pedagogic environment. The medium of teaching is in English language. Only those participants who volunteered to participate in the study were recruited, after providing written informed consent. And no financial incentive was paid to the students for taking part in the study.
Minimum sample size required for the study was calculated as 292 based on the following assumptions: confidence level (95%), margin of error (5%), population
Katja Koelkebeck, Maja Pantovic Stefanovic, Dorota Frydecka, Claudia Palumbo, Olivier Andlauer, Florian Riese, Nikolina Jovanovic and Mariana Pinto da Costa
- only those curriculums with a reasonable training program in psychiatric research could have responded
- anonymous responses might include academic or non-academic institutions
- the university vs. non-university research training issue was not addressed
Bartels et al., 2010
Findings and recommendations of an expert consensus workgroup
- establishing formal research methods teaching
- more funding for structured research tracks for medical trainees
- fostering of acceptance for clinical pathways by explicit inclusion of research tracks
reserved for women), there were more than 10,000 applicants, of whom only about 300 were interviewed after an initial screening test followed by an aptitude test. Joining Medical College where Armed Forces discipline prevailed with uniforms, parades, and training in rifle shooting was an interesting experience as was the language. English was the medium of instruction, and I had to polish my language. Another factor was the use of Marathi, which was the local language, so learning Marathi to communicate with patients was important. There were 3 parts of MBBS each with 3
of the AUDIT questionnaire. To make the study beneficial to the participants, those identified as possessing some hazardous drinking patterns were advised to seek psychosocial help from the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) or from other Mental Health care providers within Lusaka. By using the phone numbers provided at the end of the questionnaires, participants were contacted and advised to seek medical advice from UTH where arrangements were already made for them.
Data was collected through hand-delivered questionnaires (the Alcohol Use
was conducted from August to October 2018. The search terms used were suicide in Bangladesh, rate of suicide in Bangladesh, methods of suicide in Bangladesh, risk factors of suicide in Bangladesh, epidemiology of suicide in Bangladesh and means of suicide in Bangladesh.
Selection of the articles
The author considered the following criteria for inclusion of articles in the review:
− Articles discussing variables of suicides
− Articles in English language
− Articles of suicide of Bangladeshi citizens living in Bangladesh at the time of study