Editorial

VOLUME: 36 | ISSUE: 3 | Sep 30, 2020 | PAGE: (226 - 227) | DOI: 10.24911/BioMedica/5-96

Additional Charge to University Faculty - Is There a Way to Stop the Rot or is Continued Decline Inevitable?


Authors: Nadia Naseem


Authors

Nadia Naseem

Head, Department of Morbid Anatomy & Histopathology Editor, BIOMEDICA University of Health Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan

Publication History

Received: September 12, 2020

Accepted: September 20, 2020

Published: September 30, 2020


Abstract


Quality assurance in education is a critical process that includes promoting innovation in teaching, research and scholarship including, but not limited to, novel uses of technology to enhance in-person teaching and learning, with subsequent continuous quality improvement. The development, collection and analysis of appropriate performance metrics, and building a culture of excellence in teaching and research that rewards the best and supports the rest, stipulates as obligatory for every higher education institution working in public or private sector.


Keywords: Additional charge, Administration, University, Faculty, Research, Quality


Pubmed Style

Nadia Naseem. <p>Additional Charge to University Faculty - Is There a Way to Stop the Rot or is Continued Decline Inevitable?</p>. BioMedica. 2020; 30 (September 2020): 226-227. doi:10.24911/BioMedica/5-96

Web Style

Nadia Naseem. <p>Additional Charge to University Faculty - Is There a Way to Stop the Rot or is Continued Decline Inevitable?</p>. https://biomedicapk.com/articles/online_first/96 [Access: May 27, 2024]. doi:10.24911/BioMedica/5-96

AMA (American Medical Association) Style

Nadia Naseem. <p>Additional Charge to University Faculty - Is There a Way to Stop the Rot or is Continued Decline Inevitable?</p>. BioMedica. 2020; 30 (September 2020): 226-227. doi:10.24911/BioMedica/5-96

Vancouver/ICMJE Style

Nadia Naseem. <p>Additional Charge to University Faculty - Is There a Way to Stop the Rot or is Continued Decline Inevitable?</p>. BioMedica. (2020), [cited May 27, 2024]; 30 (September 2020): 226-227. doi:10.24911/BioMedica/5-96

Harvard Style

Nadia Naseem (2020) <p>Additional Charge to University Faculty - Is There a Way to Stop the Rot or is Continued Decline Inevitable?</p>. BioMedica, 30 (September 2020): 226-227. doi:10.24911/BioMedica/5-96

Chicago Style

Nadia Naseem. "<p>Additional Charge to University Faculty - Is There a Way to Stop the Rot or is Continued Decline Inevitable?</p>." 30 (2020), 226-227. doi:10.24911/BioMedica/5-96

MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Nadia Naseem. "<p>Additional Charge to University Faculty - Is There a Way to Stop the Rot or is Continued Decline Inevitable?</p>." 30.September 2020 (2020), 226-227. Print. doi:10.24911/BioMedica/5-96

APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Nadia Naseem (2020) <p>Additional Charge to University Faculty - Is There a Way to Stop the Rot or is Continued Decline Inevitable?</p>. , 30 (September 2020), 226-227. doi:10.24911/BioMedica/5-96