Fareeha Farooq

Fareeha Farooq
Riphah International University · Department of BIochemistry

MBBS, FCPS CMT(Certified medical teacher)

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Introduction
Experienced Associate Professor with diverse experience of teaching in medical and dental schools in both undergraduate and postgraduate curriculums. Skilled in Clinical Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Clinical Research, problem based learning other aspects of Medical Education.
Additional affiliations
June 2013 - June 2016
Fatima Memorial Hospital College of Medicine & Dentistry, Lahore
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Great learning environment offering opportunities to research in medical education. Dynamic programs offering teaching biochemistry to physiotherapy nursing and other allied heath care students.
September 2009 - August 2010
Shifa College of Medicine
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • An excellent team of both clinicians and basic medical sciences working in a modular integrated curriculum, incorporating problem and case based learning. Strong work ethics with professionalism and research.
January 2006 - January 2009
Army Medical College
Position
  • Rsident
Description
  • Highly recommended for undergraduate and postgraduate programs. One of the best places I have learned professionalism and good work ethics in addition to the academics.

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Publications (35)
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Background: Medical professionalism is an essential skill in medical education. Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate medical professionalism among first year, final year and faculty of public and private medical and dental colleges. Material and Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted among 184 medical students of private and pub...
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Background: During COVID-19 all universities have shift their face to face teaching pattern to e-learning. Objective: This study explores various factors of E-exams and learning associated to academic failure during Covid-19. Material and Methods: A case-control study was conducted in March, 2021 among 225 dental undergraduate students out of which...
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Objective: To assess students’ perceptions of feedback, regarding its understanding, and practices in a traditional undergraduate dental curriculum in Pakistan, where feedback was not part of a formal curriculum as a structured entity. Study Design: Qualitative-phenomenology. Place and Duration of Study: Rawal Institute of Health Sciences, Islamaba...
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Objective: To explore the faculty perceptions regarding the phenomenon of feedback and its" practices in a traditional undergraduate dental college in Pakistan. Study Design: Qualitative following principles of phenomenology. Place and Duration of Study: Rawal Institute of Health Sciences, Islamabad from Feb to Apr 2017. Methodology: Purposive samp...
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Objective: To explore the faculty perceptions regarding the phenomenon of feedback and its‟ practices in a traditional undergraduate dental college in Pakistan. Study Design: Qualitative following principles of phenomenology. Place and Duration of Study: Rawal Institute of Health Sciences, Islamabad from Feb to Apr 2017. Methodology: Purposive s...
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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has adversely affected economy, social life, and educational services all around the globe. Medical colleges and universities are facing challenges to provide quality education to their students during this prolonged period of lockdown. Technologically advanced countries have systems in place for e-learning...
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The world has experienced pandemics worse than the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) which resulted in great loss of life and economy. However, the global effect of this pandemic has been devastating. Billions of people are in lockdown and isolation on six continents around the world. Most have easy access to information due to internet connectivity a...
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Introduction Scientific misconduct is a global issue. There is low awareness among health professionals regarding plagiarism, particularly in developing countries, including Pakistan. There is no formal training in the ethical conduct of research or writing for under- and post-graduate students in the majority of medical schools in Pakistan. Intern...
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The number of young medical graduates in Pakistan is increasing every year. Most of whom wish to specialize in a particular clinical field. Considering the competition faced for specialty training selection and later on for job placement, it is suggested that these young graduates should explore some alternative careers as well. Opportunities can b...
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Background: Medical research and scientific writing culture in Pakistan has developed substantially in the last one decade. The number of research publications is increasing every year. However, most of the students, residents and even faculty members, do not receive training to avoid deliberate or unintentional research misconduct and plagiarism....
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This is a pre-print version of Exploring the attitudes of medical faculty members and students in Pakistan towards plagiarism: A cross sectional survey
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Objective. The objective of this survey was to explore the attitudes towards plagiarism of faculty members and medical students in Pakistan. Methods. The Attitudes Toward Plagiarism questionnaire (ATP) was modified and distributed among 550 medical students and 130 faculty members in 7 medical colleges of Lahore and Rawalpindi. Data was entered in...
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Objective. The objective of this survey was to explore the attitudes towards plagiarism of faculty members and medical students in Pakistan. Methods. The Attitudes Toward Plagiarism questionnaire (ATP) was modified and distributed among 550 medical students and 130 faculty members in 7 medical colleges of Lahore and Rawalpindi. Data was entered in...
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Objective: The objective of this survey was to explore the attitudes towards plagiarism of faculty members and medical students in Pakistan. Methods: The attitudes toward plagiarism questionnaire (ATPQ) was modified and distributed among 550 medical students and 130 faculty members in 7 medical colleges of Lahore and Rawalpindi. Data was entered in...
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Spinal Cord is the official journal of the International Spinal Cord Society. It provides complete coverage of all aspects of spinal injury and disease.
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Objective: Low dose fructose was used in hepatotoxic rats to assess its hepatoprotective role. The objective of this studywas to assess the effect o f fructose on liver function using enzyme assays and morphologic changes. Study Design: Quasi-Experimental studyPlace and Duration of Study: Departments of Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Pathology,...
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To measure the levels of inflammatory markers (serum ferritin and high sensitivity C-reactive protein) and dyslipidemia in diabetics and to find a correlation between these inflammatory markers and dyslipidemia. Comparative study. Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Army Medical College, Rawalpindi, from March 2007 to February 2008. T...
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Spinal Cord is the official journal of the International Spinal Cord Society. It provides complete coverage of all aspects of spinal injury and disease.
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A case report of spinal cord dysfunction following meningococcal meningitis. To describe a rare complication of meningococcal meningitis. Spinal Unit, Armed Forces Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. A young healthy male developed meningococcal meningitis followed by acute onset low thoracic flaccid paraplegia with complete...
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Recent natural disasters have highlighted the lack of planning for rehabilitation and disability management in emergencies. A review of our experience with spinal cord injury (SCI) after the Pakistan earthquake of 2005, plus a review of other literature about SCI after natural disasters, shows that large numbers of people will incur SCIs in such di...
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To identify the epidemiological pattern of traumatic spinal cord injuries (SCI) presenting at a rehabilitation institute of a developing country. Eighty three patients of traumatic SCI admitted at Armed Forces Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine in 2006 fulfilling the inclusion criteria were enrolled. Detailed clinical evaluation and radiological...

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