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ASHFAQ AKRAM

Medical Education Department

Dr Ashfaq Akram completed his doctorate degree from Semmelweis university, Budapest. He has developed undergraduate integrated dental programs for various dental schools. His research interests include curriculum, oral diagnosis, problem base learning etc. He has developed a new dental charting system ‘ MICAP tooth notation’.

RESEARCH INTEREST

Students’ selection procedure

Problem-based learning

Student learning time                                                                         

School infrastructure    
  Interactive lecture              

INNOVATIONS                    

Developing a New Design of Lecture Hall

Evidence by publication

  • Akram A et al., (2015). 360 degree approach of lecture hall for teaching. Journal of Contemporary Medical Education; 3(2): 89-92.

 

Developing FAST Medical School 

Evidence by publication

  • Akram A et al., (2016). Structuring Quality Education by Proposing Physical Infrastructure of a Medical School.  Education in Medicine Journal; 8(3): 75-87.

 

Developing a Teaching Hospital

Evidence by publication

  • Rahmatullah K, Akram A, Farzana R, et al., (2016). Technology Driven Teaching Hospital for Multiple Medical Schools – a Prospective View. Professional Med J 2016; 23(10): 1171-1177.  Professional Medical Journal; 23(10): 1171-1177.

 

Developed a New Tooth Notation System - MICAPsystem; (M-Molar, I-Incisor, C-Canine, A-Akram, P-Premolar).

Evidence by publications

  • Akram A et al., (2011). MICAP- a Novel System for Identification and Communication of Dental Problems. International Dental Journal; 61 (2):31-36.                                           IF 1.25
  • Akram A et al., (2012). Lesson Plan on New Method of Teeth identification Introduced at Dental Schools in Malaysia and Pakistan. Journal of Dental Education; 76; 12: 1691-1696.       IF 1.05
  • Akram A et al., (2015). Identification of primary teeth by ‘MICAP’ a new tooth notation system. Pediatric Dental Journal; 25 (2): 39-44.IF 0.27
  • Akram A et al., (2015). An Assessment of Clinical Application of a New Tooth Notation for Primary Teeth. Journal of International Dental and Medical Research; 8(1):7-14.
  • Akram A et al., (2015). Learning of Format of New Tooth Notation System- a Pilot Study. International Journal of Dental Sciences and Research; 3(4):92-95.

Designed a New Tooth Brush - Industrial designs No. MY 11-E0001-0101   Granted

Evidence by publication

  • Akram A, et al., (2015). Perception of a New Design of Tooth brush by its Users. Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences; 14(5):58-61.

PUBLICATIONS (Selected)

  • Akram A et al., (2017). Comparing the learning of two notations: a pilot study. Journal of Advances in Medical Education and Professionalism; 5(2): 67-72.
  • Akram A et al., (2012). Lesson plan on new method of teeth identification introduced at dental schools in Malaysia and Pakistan. Journal of Dental Education; 76; 12: 1691-1696.
  • Akram A et al., (2012).  An assessment of prescription writing skill of undergraduate dental students in Malaysia. Journal of Dental Education; 76; 11:1527-1531.                                           IF 1.05
  • Akram A et al., (2016). Structuring quality education by proposing physical infrastructure of a medical school.  Education in Medicine Journal; 8(3): 75-87.
  • Rahmatullah K, Akram A, Farzana R et al., (2016). Technology driven teaching hospital for multiple medical schools – a prospective view. Professional Medical Journal; 23(10): 1171-1177.
  • Maher DFF, Al-Zurfi NMB, Akram A, Ghazi FH (2016). Perceptions of the effectiveness of mentoring programme among medical students in a private university in Selangor, Malaysia. World Journal of Medical Education and Research; 11(1): 27-31.
  • Farzana R*, Roland G S, Akram A (2016). Planning of haematology and immunology theme in an integrated undergraduate medical curriculum. World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research. 2(6), 151-155.
  • Ulfat B, Usman M, Akram A, Hamza S (2016). Perception of faculty members on clinical learning objectives of undergraduate orthodontic curriculum. Pakistan Orthodontic Journal; 8(1): 47-52.
  • Salam A, Harlina H S, Rahmatullah K, Akram A (2016).Clinical learning environment: a qualitative aspect. World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research; 2(5): 40-45.
  • Akram A et al., (2015). Availability of tools for objective structured practical examination. Journal of Contemporary Medical Education; 3 (3): 95-95.
  • Akram A et al., (2015). 360 Degree approach of lecture hall for teaching. Journal of Contemporary Medical Education; 3(2): 89-92.
  • Salam A, Akram A, Mohamad N, Harlina H S (2015). Measures of educational environment in a higher educational institute using Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure – DREEM. International Medical Journal; 22(2):98-102.
  • Akram A et al., (2015). Identification of primary teeth by ‘MICAP’ a new tooth notation system. Pediatric Dental Journal; 25(2): 39-44.
  • Akram A et al., (2015).  Learning of format of new tooth notation system- a pilot study. International Journal of Dental Sciences and Research; 3(4):92-95.
  • Salam A*, Akram A, Siti M B, et al., (2014). educational environment in a multicultural society to meet the challenges of diversity. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science; 4(9):110-113.
  • Akram A et al., (2015). An assessment of clinical application of a new tooth notation for primary teeth. Journal of International Dental and Medical Research; 8(1):7-14.
  • Akram A et al., (2015). Perception of a new design of tooth brush by its users. Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences; 14(5):58-61.
  • Rahmatullah K, Fadia B, Farzana R, Akram A (2017). Perception of rubber dam – a qualitative view. Worlf Journal of Pharmacuetical and Medical Research; 3(1):5-7.
  • Akram A et al., (2013). Trends of final year dental students on medication for pulpitis & apical periodontitis. Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences; 5(3):66-69.  
  • Akram A et al. (2012).Perception of final year dental students on pattern of medication for pulpitis. Dentistry; 3:2.
  • Kamran A, Akram A, Muhammad U A (2012). Case-report- an unusual case of chronic suppurative osteomyelitis of the mandible. Archives of Orofacial Sciences; 7: 37-41.
  • Akram A et al., (2012). A pilot study- an action research to acquire clinical skill. Procedia -Social and Behavior Sciences. 60; 236-240.
  • Akram A et al., (2011). MICAP- a novel system for identification and communication of dental problems. International Dental Journal; 61 (2):31-36.          IF 1.25
  • Akram A et al., (2009). Radiotherapy complications and preventive measures in oral cancer –Review Article. Journal of Arab Medical Research Society; 4(2):223-230.
  • Rehmatullah K, Akram A*, Muhammad R, Yunous J, Ban AA H (2009). Management of Endodontically Treated Anterior Teeth with Minimal Coronal Structure. Biohealth Science Bulletin; 1(1): 24-28.
  • Shtawa AB Z, Abdul Hameed B A*, Hashim H, Akram A (2009). The effects of education and gender based behavior towards oral health in a Malaysian town. Biohealth Science Bulletin; 1(2).48-52.