Teaching Method – A three month course to learn research from sketch. This course will provide an opportunity for participants to establish their understanding of research through critical exploration of literature review, research methods and writing skills. The course introduces the language of research, ethical principles and challenges, and the elements of the research process within quantitative, qualitative, and mixed method approaches. Proper guidelines for writing a technically good quality paper for peer reviewed medical journal will also be addressed.


  • Fundamentals of Research
  • Research designs and application
  • Statistical Analysis and interpretation
  • Manuscript Writing

Session Details: Comprising of synchronous and asynchronous sessions. Asynchronous sessions will be given via Learning Management System and will comprise of animated videos, useful links, resources, search engines, pictorial presentations and discussions. Average weekly minimum 4-6 hours’ time commitment required from the course participants. Timings of Synchronous sessions: 0300 to 0500 pm (PST) on alternate Tuesdays via Zoom:

  • 12th April 2022
  • 26th April 2022
  • 10th May 2022
  • 24th May 2022
  • 07th June 2022
  • 21st June 2022

Assessment: Assessment via practical assignments.

Certificate:Successful candidates will be given certificates.


    • Mr. Shaukat Ali Jawaid, Pak J Med Sci
    • Prof. Akhter Sherin, Khyber Med Uni J
    • Prof. Rehan Ahmed Khan, J Heath Prof Educ
    • Dr. Ahsan Sethi, KMU
    • Dr. Usman Mahboob, KMU
    • Dr. Nazish Imran, Pak J Med Sci
    • Dr. Masood Jawaid, Pak J Med Sci
    • Dr. Ejaz Ahmed Khan, Health Services Academy

Last Date for Registration in Course: 25th March, 2022. Commencement of Session: April 2022 End of Session: June 2022 Course Fees: PKR 30,000/- Registration Form and Fees Submission Limited Seats For any query: [email protected] Course Collaborators Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences The Course is developed by an unconditional Research Grant from PharmEvo Research Forum