Journal of Education Technology in Health Sciences “Journal of Education Technology in Health Sciences" (JETHS) is a multidisciplinary, peer reviewed, open access, on line tri-annual journal of NKP Salve Institute of medical Sciences & Research Centre Nagpur. The journal is exclusively devoted to research in education technology in health sciences (medicine, dentistry, physiotherapy, nursing, ayurved and homeopathy) with the sole aim of promoting research in education technology so as to uplift the standards of medical education thereby producing competent health professionals to serve the society. Aims & Scope: The aim of the journal is to bring educationists in all the disciplines of health sciences (medicine, dentistry, physiotherapy, ayurved, homeopathy and nursing) together to promote research in education technology so as to uplift the standards of health education. The journal is a means for communication among health sciences educators to disseminate information about knowledge & research to all concerned & to put forward opinion of scholars on various issues related to education technology. Subscription Information: A subscription of Journal of Education Technology and Health Sciences (JETHS) publish tri-annual issues per year. Prices include postage. Annual Subscription rate for Institutional is â‚?1; 5000/- Individual â‚?1; 3000/- International Institutional Price US $300 and Individual US $200 including all postal exp. Free online access with print subscription. The amount shall be remitted as Cheque/DD/online transfer in favour of "IP Innovative Publication Pvt. Ltd. Payable at New Delhi, Axis Bank Ltd. Branch: Palam, WZ-24 A, Palam Vilage,, New Delhi - 110045, India, Current Account No. 917020045271486, IFSC Code: UTIB0000132, Swift Code: AXISINBB132, MICR Code: 110211018, PAN No. AAECI4006K. Communication Address: IP Innovative Publication Pvt. Ltd. RZ- 1/4 -A, Vijay Enclave, Main Dabri-Palam Road, Read More...
Current Volume : 5 , Issue 1 ,Year 2018
4) Process audit on quality of out-patient records using WHO chart audit as a tool for training interns and improving quality of service delivery in an urban health training centre
Author : Prabha Thangaraj, Thomas V. Chacko
Page No : 15-19
Doi : 10.18231/2393-8005.2018.0004
5) Enhancing awareness of yoga in health professions education students through a single interactive session: A pretest-post test study
Author : Dayanidy G., Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani, Meena Ramanataan
Page No : 20-24
Doi : 10.18231/2393-8005.2018.0005
8) Assessment of resilience and coping in undergraduate medical students: A need of the day
Author : Abhijeet Faye, Rahul Tadke, Sushil Gawande, Vivek Kirpekar, Sudhir Bhave, Abhijit Pakhare, Deepika S
Page No : 36-44
Doi : 10.18231/2393-8005.2018.0008
11) Does blended learning* techniques using WhatsApp result in better performance by V th semester MBBS students in pathology as compared with lecture classes** alone?
Author : Geethu G. Nair, Simi S.
Page No : 57-63
Doi : 10.18231/2393-8005.2018.0011