Dr Sharmila Torke
Dr Sharmila Torke
Professor of Physiology,Melaka Manipal Medical College,Manipal Academy of Higher Education,Manipal
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Students' perceptions of learning environment in an Indian medical school
R Abraham, K Ramnarayan, P Vinod, S Torke
BMC medical education 8, 1-5, 2008
Clinically oriented physiology teaching: strategy for developing critical-thinking skills in undergraduate medical students
RR Abraham, S Upadhya, S Torke, K Ramnarayan
Advances in physiology education 28 (3), 102-104, 2004
The impact of viva-voce examination on students’ performance in theory component of the final summative examination in physiology
S Torke, RR Abraham, K Ramnarayan, K Asha
J Physiol Pathophysiol 1 (1), 10-2, 2010
Modified directed self-learning sessions in physiology with prereading assignments and Pecha Kucha talks: perceptions of students
RR Abraham, S Torke, J Gonsalves, SN Narayanan, MG Kamath, ...
Advances in physiology education 42 (1), 26-31, 2018
Student perspectives of assessment by TEMM model in physiology
RR Abraham, S Upadhya, S Torke, K Ramnarayan
Advances in Physiology Education 29 (2), 94-97, 2005
Computer-assisted objective-structured practical examination: an innovative method of evaluation
S Torke, S Upadhya, RR Abraham, K Ramnarayan
Advances in Physiology Education 30 (1), 48-49, 2006
Perceptions of academic achievers and under-achievers regarding learning environment of Melaka Manipal Medical College (Manipal campus), Manipal, India, using the DREEM Inventory
RR Abraham, K Ramnarayan, V Pallath, S Torke, M Madhavan, S Roff
South East Asia Regional Association for Medical Education (SEARAME) 1 (1), 2007
Peer-guided cooperative learning enhances the performance of refresher students
S Torke, RR Abraham, K Ramnarayan, S Upadhya
Advances in physiology education 31 (1), 118-118, 2007
Curricular impact on learning approaches and critical thinking skills of medical students
V Asha, V Devi, R Raghavendra, AR Rachel, P Vinod, T Sharmila
Education in Medicine Journal 8 (4), 39-45, 2016
Standard setting of objective structured practical examination by modified Angoff method: A pilot study
MG Kamath, V Pallath, K Ramnarayan, A Kamath, S Torke, J Gonsalves
The National Medical Journal of India 29 (3), 160, 2016
“Heart Shots”: a classroom activity to instigate active learning
RR Abraham, A Vashe, S Torke
Advances in Physiology Education 39 (3), 189-191, 2015
Student and faculty perspectives on Laboratory Based Learning (LBL) sessions in Physiology
A Vashe, RR Abraham, S Torke, V Pallath, A Kamath
South-East Asian Journal of Medical Education 6 (2), 1, 2012
Learning through story writing
RR Abraham, S Torke
South-East Asian Journal of Medical Education 5 (2), 66-67, 2011
Students’ perspectives on the multi-component evaluation system in physiology
S Torke, K Ramnarayan, RR Abraham
International Journal of Current Research 7 (2), 12469-12474, 2015
A study of the Association between the Internal Assessment and the Final Summative Examination Scores in Physiology
S Torke, K Ramnarayan, J Gonsalves
International Journal of Advanced Research in Biological Sciences 2 (1), 143-147, 2015
Relationship between library usage and academic performance of first year medical students
S Torke, N Narasingam, K Thiepagarasi
Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary 1 (30), 291-303, 2015
Mini-test blueprint for OSPE in Physiology
RR Abraham, S Torke, S Kamath
Education in Medicine Journal 5 (4), 2013
Faculty perspectives on the multi-component assessment system in Physiology
S Torke, RR Abraham, K Ramnarayan
International Journal of Arts and Education 3 (1), 1-3, 2013
Integrated practical examination: a novel approach to evaluate undergraduate medical students in physiology practices.
S Torke, S Upadhya, RR Abraham, K Asha, K Ramnarayan
Impact of Multiple True False Questions on Student Performance in Written Examinations
S Torke, RR Abraham, K Asha, K Ramnarayan
Indian Educational Review 42 (2), 71-80, 2006
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