Medicine is a complex and demanding field of study in any part of the world, Biochemistry knowledge is very important. Biochemistry itself started as a component of Physiology in the Medical Faculty in Colombo, Sri Lanka in the early 1900 and has now evolved as a separate subject. Medical schools worldwide use different methodologies in teaching which have been mainly in the form of lectures with laboratory practical and tutorials to reinforce what has been learnt. Teaching medical students is a big investment of institutes and the government and it considered as a personal investment of time and money for an enrolled student. Jacob and Lefgren concluded as assessments of teachers' measures and the quality of their teaching. The quality of teachers is assumed by their effectiveness and ineffectiveness in classroom teaching which is reflected through students' academic achievement.
Citation: Marikar FMMT, Wadige KNH, Lakmuthu SD, Priyanthi MYW, Perera PAJ (2015) Evaluation of the Teaching Approaches of Biochemistry for Medical Students: A Sri Lankan Case Study. J Community Med Health Educ 5:359.