May 2021, Volume 71, Issue 5

Editorial

Barriers in cultivating research culture at an institutional level: Narrative from a developing country

Faheem Khan  , Ammara Naveed

Research is regarded as the backbone of any quality academic institute and is the growth hormone for faculty. Almost every institute and faculty member want the recognition, but few reach excellence. This is more so for developing countries, where research generally comes after service delivery and education. Pakistan has just four medical journals indexed in PubMed as compared to more than two dozen medical journals from its neighbouring country India.1,2

RESEARCH ARTICLES

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