Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Orientation

A study of orientation of students towards anatomy of eye in 3rd year after finishing anatomy learning in first year MBBS

Dr. Badrinath Talwar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 1453-1457

Background: Anatomy forms the core of the Medical Subjects. It is said that Anatomy forms the heart of every subject in Medical Education. It’s mandatory for the first year MBBS to study Human Anatomy. Anatomy of the eye is also dealt as a part of curriculum. Students who take fifty percent are eligible to pass on to second year where they are taught other three para-medical sciences subject and if they clear this they will land in phase-III when the Ophthalmology will be taught to them. But how much Anatomy of the eye do they actually remember is the question that we face. So this study puts in a sincere effort to find the answers and also discusses of possibilities of measures that can be taken to ensure good education.
Aims and Objectives: To study and understand the orientation of students towards anatomy of eye in 3rd year MBBS.
Materials and Methods: This study was done in the students who entered third MBBS. One hundred twenty students participated in the study. They were divided into two groups and the study was conducted.
Results: Anatomy knowledge of eye was not retained which reflected very poorly in the pre-test scores and it was found that teaching Ophthalmology was much better after the reinforcement class of Anatomy which reflected in the second scores.
Conclusion: Anatomy and other pre and para medical subjects have to be taught in tandem with clinical subjects or at least a revision is needed for effective understanding of the clinical subjects.


Farida Handayani; Ratna Dwi Wulandari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 792-795

Introduction:Human resource planning is the primary function the organization shall carry out to provide workers to occupy appropriate positions and jobs. In health development, public health workers are a part ofa crucial human resource role to increase awareness of promotive and preventive health services. Aims:In general, this study aims to analyze the public health workers planning at the Health Office of Tulungagung District, Indonesia. Methods:Descriptive methods and literature studieswere used. Results: The results indicated that the appointment of civil servants or moratorium had not been held, including Public health workers from 2014 to 2017. Accordingly, there was a gap between the needs and the availability of Public health workers at the Health Office of Tulungagung District. Job enlargement occurred to overcome these problems; namely, additional tasks were given to other Public health workers leading to the workload that was increasingly high and incompatible with the main tasks and functions and educational background. It affected the performance of the Health Office of Tulungagung District, namely the coverage of households with Hygienic and Healthy Behavior.Conclusion:Therefore, an alternative provision of Public health workers through the process of recruitment, selection, and orientation, which will later become contract workers with honoraria sourced from the Health Operational Assistance (BOK) fund, was required. Public health workers planning at the Health Office of Tulungagung District was carried out annually based on Workload Analysis (ABK). The number of Public health workers needed by the Health Office of Tulungagung District is 16 people.

Orientation Of Achievement And Tactical Knowledge For Kuala Lumpur Hockey Player Under 15 Years In Mssmkl Tournament

Noorzaliza Osman; Asmadi Ishak; Zulezwan Ab Malek; Noor Aiwa Rosman; Moon Redeei Sut Tx

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5883-5888

This study to investigate the level of goal orientation and tactical knowledge for Kuala Lumpur hockey players under 15 years of age at Sekolah Sukan Seri Titiwangsa. A total of 37 players were involved in the study which answered the Task and Ego Orientation in Sport Questionnaire (TEOSQ) questionnaire and The Tactical Scale Inventory for Sport (TACSIS) which has been translated into Bahasa Malaysia. The data were analysed using two way Anova. The findings show that Kuala Lumpur hockey players below 15 years are more motivated to the task orientation than the ego orientation. Thereafter, there is a significant difference between state and national level to know the action of the ball (Scale A) p <0.05 only. While difference in experience there is no significant difference. The findings of this study can be used as a reference to increase tactical knowledge and encourage athlete to task oriented. Research suggests that sports management focuses on player orientation goals and tactical knowledge