Dr. Ayesha Naveed

Dr. Ayesha Naveed Assistant professor / MBBS, MHPE

She is a graduate of Rawalpindi Medical College and then proud to serve Army Medical Corp for about 9 years as a General Duty Medical Officer providing health care services in different areas of the country. Dr Ayesha did her MHPE from Riphah International University, Rawalpindi, has 16 publications so far, and many are under process in different HEC recognized journals of the country. She also attended several workshops, national and international conferences on Medical Education and contributed to academic research & development at Margalla Institute of Health Sciences Rawalpindi for four years and presently at Cmh Lmc & Iod since September 2021. Where she had multiple roles as supervisor of undergraduate research program, along with organizing and managing curriculum, faculty development programs of the institute, conducting CPCs, internal reviews, conducting national and international review visits, part of mentorship program, orientation and counselling sessions of undergraduate students. She has dual experience of working in dental institute as well as medical college. Her areas of interests are faculty development, curriculum management, program evaluation and undergraduate research along with commitment to personal professional development plan.

1.    Leadership Styles Of Change Leaders Steering Curriculum Reforms In Pakistan

2.    The influencing factors of the career pathway for health professions’ education

3.    Factors influencing the students learning and motivation in a blended learning approach used in MHPE program: a qualitative analysis

4.    Effect of Integrated sessions of anatomy and physiology on academic performance: A pilot study

5.    Perceptions of faculty teaching anatomy online during COVID-19, A Qualitative study

6.    Reforms in current dental curriculum, through perceptions of medical educationists in Pakistan: A Qualitative Analysis.

7.    Journey of educational leaders in bringing curricular reform in medical education in Pakistan

8.    Using flipped classroom for teaching procedural skill in residency specially dermatology–a systematic review

9.    Job satisfaction of nursing students working at Pakistani military hospital in Lahore, Pakistan

10. Imperceptible learners: Students’ reasons for keeping webcams off and strategies to address students’ challenges

11. Incivility in online learning environment: Perception of dental students and faculty

12. Dengue fever prevention, knowledge, attitude, and practices amongst the allied health students of private medical college of Lahore.

13. Comparison of patient satisfaction regarding accident and emergency department services between public and military hospitals of attock city

14.  Clinicopathological Characteristics Of Basal Cell Carcinoma Of The Head And Neck In Tertiary Care Hospital In Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

15.  Mitochondrial Trna Leu ( Uur ) Gene Mutation And Maternally Inherited Diabetes Mellitus In Pakistani Population. Int J Diabetes Mellit [Internet]. International Journal Of Diabetes Mellitus;

16.  Effect Of Almonds And Atenolol On Serum Luteinizing Hormone Level In Male Balb-C Mice