Evaluation of integrated teaching among undergraduate medical students: A step towards competency-based medical education.
Background: Didactic lectures are one of the most widely used teaching methods in Indian Medical Colleges.
Aim & Objective: To evaluate integrated teaching in medical education assessing existing knowledge of medical students' inappropriate breastfeeding practices.
Methodology: This was an observational cross-sectional study. Participants were second phase medical students.
Results: A total of 63 students were assessed for the topic with pretest and post-test.
Conclusion: Statistically significant absolute learning gain was observed for integrated teaching. Integrated teaching has been appreciated and accepted by undergraduate medical students to improve their learning.
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