Use of wikiversity and role play to increase student engagement during student-led physiology seminars.

@article{Singh2013UseOW,
  title={Use of wikiversity and role play to increase student engagement during student-led physiology seminars.},
  author={Satendra Singh},
  journal={Advances in physiology education},
  year={2013},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={
          106-7
        }
}
the undergraduate medical program (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) at University College of Medical Sciences (Delhi, India) is a 4.5-yr, intense academic program where physiology is taught in the first year. To make the learning experience enriching, the Department of Physiology 
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