Satendra Pal Singh

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Olfactory disorders are noted in a majority of neurodegenerative diseases, but they are often misjudged and are rarely rated in the clinical setting. Severe changes in the olfactory tests are observed in Parkinson's disease. Olfactory deficits are an early feature in Alzheimer's disease and they worsen with the disease progression. Alterations in the(More)
This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Medical humanities (MH) has been defined as " an interdis­ ciplinary and increasingly international endeavour that draws on the(More)
Resident-as-teacher courses are pretty common in Western medical schools however they are a rarity in Asian and developing countries. The current report is a scholarly analysis of a three day orientation program for senior residents in order to improve their functioning by providing new template either for supplementing basic workshops for faculty or to(More)
Web-based conversational learning provides an opportunity for shared knowledge base creation through collaboration and collective wisdom extraction. Usually, the amount of generated information in such forums is very huge, multidimensional (in alignment with the desirable preconditions for constructivist knowledge creation), and sometimes, the nature of(More)
OBJECTIVES To explore poetry as a tool for active learning in linking knowledge and affective domains and to find if correlating learning with imagination can be used in "assessment for learning." MATERIALS AND METHODS After taking a conventional lecture on Asthma, a creative writing assignment in the form of poetry writing was given to the students.(More)
PURPOSE This study aimed to assess medical students' presence on Facebook and the extent of their visible activity, with particular reference to online professionalism. METHODS This was a cross-sectional study including all medical students enrolled in the University College of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi, India during the period of the study,(More)
As all the participating mobile nodes are mobile in nature in MANET and due to frequent movement of the participating mobile nodes, it is very difficult to predict the topology of the networks at any time. Which leads to frequent route failures and route discovery mechanism are required to activate very frequently, it causes a loss of significant amount of(More)
PURPOSE The first year is stressful for new medical students who have to cope with curricular challenges, relocation issues, and separation from family. Mentoring reduces stress and facilitates adaptation. A program for faculty mentoring of first-semester students was initiated by the Medical Education Unit in 2009 at University College of Medical Sciences,(More)