Dr. Misraâ€™s teaching experience spans over 20 years. The teaching activities include bedside teaching on all clinical service days, postgraduate case-presentations, seminars, clinical grand rounds and didactic lectures.
He has had a numerous achievements as a teacher of medical students. In AIIMS, he streamlined undergraduate education to a great extent. He has trained more than 25 postgraduate and PhD candidates in innovative projects and research proposals. He was the first to start National level CME programs in Internal Medicine, a trend that was continued for several years and has been lauded by students of AIIMS and also those from other medical colleges in India. He was also instrumental in starting the formal objective assessment of students for bedside teaching. Due to his efforts the teaching and working of postgraduate students were formalized in the form of an instruction book. He has devoted extra time for bedside teaching during evening hours, which sometimes continued late in the night beyond his duty hours. His teaching was widely appreciated by UGs, PGs and students from other countries visiting AIIMS for externship. Dr. Misra received the Dr BC Roy award for his invaluable contributions in the field of teaching.
Dr. Misra has participated in numerous CME programs in National and International conferences. Through his lectures, he has tried to educate physicians, nurses and paramedical workers in the correct evaluation and management of diabetes, obesity and other metabolic disorders.
Dr. Misra has given a number of public lectures to educate the population regarding diabetes and its complications and how early recognition and preventive measures like correct diet and exercise are the key ingredients of good health.