“I consider myself really lucky to have found you and the QMed team”

“I consider myself really lucky to have found you and the QMed team, early in my career in 2013 at “MEDICON” (a workshop for UG students) at the UCMS Delhi. I have regularly been using what was learned in that four hour lesson, till now.

I have done multiple projects with proper referencing and literature searching, winning commendations everywhere . The idea of straining the vast amount of data available by just a few clicks has made me understand medical research and writing, in a far better way . Today I enjoy research , taking part in multiple research paper presentations and winning studentships – all credits to the QMed team . The one to one live demo teaching and practical application made the concepts absolutely crystal clear to me . Hoping to attend more of the QMed workshops ahead.”

Name:

Anmol Sharma

Status:

UG student

Specialization:

Worked in translational research in healthcare, HIV, Infectious diseases, medical education and neurobiology

Institution/s:

AFMC

“It was a precise, practical, engaging and flawless presentation”

It was a precise, practical, engaging and flawless presentation. Though initially it seemed too basic to some of the participants (Oh I know all this ! attitude), by halfway almost every single participant was taking notes (inspite of knowing they would have access to the presentation). The entire group was in singular attention to every deliberate word you said. We were also able to sync the PPT projection here effortlessly due to the apt slides and your “the next slide shows” prompting. Your video projection was also good. The background was not disturbing and there was no sudden body movements (as there is a small lag when we see your image Vs when it occurs there). Less than 1 % of the presentation had loss of transmission (it is very likely to be due to bandwidth issue).

Skype sessions were not a favoured mode (when we reviewed the participants feedback) due to some connectivity and clarity problems in the last 2 sessions in September and October. Thank you for changing that perception also amongst the participants. Everyone appreciated the beauty and convenience of a Skype presentation.

Name:

Dr Stanley Mathew

Status:

Employed/In Practice

Specialization:

Bioethics

Institution/s:

KMC Manipal

“I wish I knew of Mendeley while I was doing PhD, it would have atleast reduced 7-8 full days of work hours of me”

Any words of praise would not justify the amazing experience that I had learning “Mendeley” from QMed. The use and functioning of the software was covered in great detail. All our doubts were cleared & was absolute fun to learn Mendeley. It has eased referencing and considerably reduced the amount of time I spend writing papers. I wish I knew of Mendeley while I was doing PhD, it would have atleast reduced 7-8 full days of work hours of me then :) . I would totally recommend that every researcher take up the course on Mendeley by QMed. It’s a must for all who write papers. Thank you mam for conducting such an essential course.

Name:

Dr. Neha Sanwalka

Status:

Employed/In Practice

Specialization:

Health Sciences/Dietics

Institution/s:

Director NutriCanvas: Workshops, Research & Biostatistics