Teaching communication skills and medical ethics to undergraduate medical student
1. Teaching communication skills and medical ethics to undergraduate medical student

SADIA AHSIN; AFSHAN SHAHID; GHULAM MURTAZA GONDAL

Volume 1, Issue 3 , July 2013, , Pages 72-76

Abstract
  Introduction: The purpose of this study was to improve communication skills and knowledge of bioethics of last year medical students doing clerkship and to evaluate the effectiveness ...  Read More
Teaching statistics to medical undergraduates using interactive and participatory sessions
2. Teaching statistics to medical undergraduates using interactive and participatory sessions

THULASINGAM MAHALAKSHMY; AMOL R DONGRE; GANAPATHY KALAISELVAN

Volume 1, Issue 4 , October 2013, , Pages 106-112

Abstract
  Introduction: In India, medical undergraduates think that statistics is difficultto understand. Often, it is taught just before final assessment examinationusing didactic lectures, ...  Read More
Journal of Advances in Medical Education & Professionalism
3. Journal of Advances in Medical Education & Professionalism

Editorial Board

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2013

Abstract
  Medical education is a new discipline whichstarted about 50 years ago. The pioneer of thisdiscipline was George Miller from the Universityof Chicago who suggested most of prominentmedical ...  Read More
Philosophy of medical education
4. Philosophy of medical education

HOSSAIN RONAGHY

Volume 1, Issue 2 , April 2013, , Pages 43-45

Abstract
  Introduction: Education is defined as an art with scientific principle. It isdescribed as a form of learning by which knowledge, skills and attitudes of an age group are transferred ...  Read More
Evaluation of problem-based learning in medical students’ education
5. Evaluation of problem-based learning in medical students’ education

MOHAMMAD HADI IMANIEH; SEYED MOHSEN DEHGHANI; AHMAD REZA SOBHANI; MAHMOOD HAGHIGHAT

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2014, , Pages 1-5

Abstract
  Introduction: In traditional medical education systems much interest isplaced on the cramming of basic and clinical facts without considering theirapplicability in the future professional ...  Read More
Influential factors on learning through the hidden curriculum in the perspective of undergraduate baccalaureate nursing students
6. Influential factors on learning through the hidden curriculum in the perspective of undergraduate baccalaureate nursing students

ZOHREH KARIMI; TAHEREH ASHKTORAB; EESA MOHAMMADI; HEIDARALI ABEDI

Volume 2, Issue 2 , April 2014, , Pages 53-57

Abstract
  Introduction: Nursingcurriculum is not always overt; it can also exist covertlyin the form of a hidden curriculum. This study aims to explain the factorsinfluencing learning through ...  Read More
The role of critical thinking skills and learning styles of university students in their academic performance
7. The role of critical thinking skills and learning styles of university students in their academic performance

ZOHRE GHAZIVAKILI; ROOHANGIZ NOROUZI NIA; FARIDE PANAHI; MEHRDAD KARIMI; HAYEDE GHOLSORKHI; ZARRIN AHMADI

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 95-102

Abstract
  Introduction: The current world needs people who have a lot of different abilities such as cognition and application of different ways of thinking, research, problem solving, critical ...  Read More
Validity of transactional analysis and emotional intelligence in training nursing students
8. Validity of transactional analysis and emotional intelligence in training nursing students

BRANDI L WHITLEY-HUNTER

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, , Pages 138-145

Abstract
  Introduction: Emotional intelligence (EI) is considered a critical componentof a nurse’s characteristic trait which is known as a significant predictor of aperson’s job performance ...  Read More
Needs assessment and evaluation of a short course to improve faculties teaching skills at a former World Health Organization regional teacher training center
9. Needs assessment and evaluation of a short course to improve faculties teaching skills at a former World Health Organization regional teacher training center

JAVAD KOJURI; MITRA AMINI; ZAHRA KARIMIAN; MOHAMMAD REZA DEHGHANI; MAHBOOBEH SABER; LEILA BAZRAFCAN; SEDIGHEH EBRAHIMI; RITA REZAEE

Volume 3, Issue 1 , January 2015, , Pages 1-8

Abstract
  Introduction: In the design of educational programs, much attentionhas been paid to teaching methods, needs assessment, an importantpart of the development of educational programs, ...  Read More
The effectiveness of cognitive behavior stress management on functional dyspepsia symptoms
10. The effectiveness of cognitive behavior stress management on functional dyspepsia symptoms

ZAHRA DEHGHANIZADE; YADOLAH ZARGAR; MAHNAZ MEHRABIZADEH HONARMAND; AHMAD KADKHODAIE; MAJID EYDI BAYGI

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, , Pages 45-49

Abstract
  Introduction: Functional dyspepsia and digestive disorders arecommon, debilitating and costly. Little information is availableabout the role of stress management in terms of cognitivebehavioraltreatment ...  Read More
A qualitative inquiry into the challenges and complexities of research supervision: viewpoints of postgraduate students and faculty members
11. A qualitative inquiry into the challenges and complexities of research supervision: viewpoints of postgraduate students and faculty members

ALIREZA YOUSEFI; LEILA BAZRAFKAN; NIKOO YAMANI

Volume 3, Issue 3 , July 2015, , Pages 91-98

Abstract
  Introduction: The supervision of academic theses at theUniversities of Medical Sciences is one of the most importantissues with several challenges. The aim of the present studyis to ...  Read More
A brief description of Medical Education Master Program in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
12. A brief description of Medical Education Master Program in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

FARNAZ TAKMIL; MITRA AMINI; PARISA NABEIEI; LEILA BAZRAFKAN; MOHAMMAD REZA DEHGHANI; RITA REZAEE; SHIRIN GHANAVATI; JAVAD KOJURI

Volume 3, Issue 4 , October 2015, , Pages 153-153

Abstract
  As Medical sciences become more advanced andgrow each day, so do the challenges of medicaleducation. To overcome the new obstacles whichare an inseparable part of science evolution, ...  Read More
A case-based approach for teaching professionalism to residents with online discussions
13. A case-based approach for teaching professionalism to residents with online discussions

MARK T. NADEAU; JAMES TYSINGER; MARCY WIEMERS

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2016, , Pages 1-7

Abstract
  Introduction: Programs must demonstrate that their residentsare taught and assessed in professionalism. Most programsstruggle with finding viable ways to teach and assess this criticalcompetency. ...  Read More
System based practice: a concept analysis
14. System based practice: a concept analysis

SHAHRAM YAZDANI; FAKHROLSADAT HOSSEINI; SOLEIMAN AHMADY

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, , Pages 45-53

Abstract
  Introduction: Systems-Based Practice (SBP) is one of the sixcompetencies introduced by the ACGME for physicians toprovide high quality of care and also the most challenging of themin ...  Read More
Interprofessional education in the integrated medical education and health care system: A content analysis
15. Interprofessional education in the integrated medical education and health care system: A content analysis

MAHBOOBEH KHABAZ MAFINEJAD; SOLEIMAN AHMADY; SEYYED KAMRAN SOLTANI ARABSHAHI; SHOALEH BIGDELI

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, , Pages 103-110

Abstract
  Introduction: The current literature supports the inclusion ofinter-professional education in healthcare education. Changes inthe structure and nature of the integrated medical education ...  Read More
Social media and impression management: Veterinary medicine students’ and faculty members’ attitudes toward the acceptability of social media posts
16. Social media and impression management: Veterinary medicine students’ and faculty members’ attitudes toward the acceptability of social media posts

APRIL A. KEDROWICZ; KENNETH ROYAL; KEVEN FLAMMER

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, , Pages 155-162

Abstract
  Introduction: While social media has the potential to be used tomake professional and personal connections, it can also be usedinappropriately, with detrimental ramifications for the ...  Read More
Effect of formative evaluation using direct observation of procedural skills in assessment of postgraduate students of obstetrics and gynecology: Prospective study
17. Effect of formative evaluation using direct observation of procedural skills in assessment of postgraduate students of obstetrics and gynecology: Prospective study

NAINA KUMAR; NAMIT KANT SINGH; SAMAR RUDRA; SWANAND PATHAK

Volume 5, Issue 1 , January 2017, , Pages 1-5

Abstract
  Introduction: Direct Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS)is a way of evaluating procedural skills through observation inthe workplace. The purpose of this study was to assess the ...  Read More
Designing a system of mentorship in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
18. Designing a system of mentorship in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

MITRA AMINI; JAVAD KOJURI; MOHAMMAD REZA DEHGHANI; ARASH MANI; PARISA NABEIEI; ROYA KHALILI; HOURI MUSAVI NEZHAD

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2017, , Pages 49-50

Abstract
  As you know, one of the new programs ofthe medical universities is to familiarizethe students to the medical atmosphere withthe help of compassionate and experienceduniversity professors. ...  Read More
Considering social accountability in rehabilitation therapy school
19. Considering social accountability in rehabilitation therapy school

HAJAR SHIEH; MITRA AMINI; FATEMEH MIR; PARISA NABEIEI; JAVAD KOJURI

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, , Pages 93-94

Abstract
  As you know, there is increasing attention insocial accountability concept for medicaland other health professional schools. Despite theuniqueness of the concept of social accountability,it ...  Read More
Lifelong learning along the education and career continuum: metaanalysis of studies in health professions
20. Lifelong learning along the education and career continuum: metaanalysis of studies in health professions

OKSANA BABENKO; SUDHA KOPPULA; LIA DANIELS; LINDSEY NADON; VIJAY DANIELS

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2017, , Pages 157-163

Abstract
  Introduction: Lifelong learning is an integral part of healthprofessionals’ maintenance of competence. Several studies haveexamined the orientation toward lifelong learning at variousstages ...  Read More
Online formative assessments: exploring their educational value
21. Online formative assessments: exploring their educational value

KAVITHA NAGANDLA; SHARIFAH SULAIHA; SIVALINGAM NALLIAH

Volume 6, Issue 2 , April 2018, , Pages 51-57

Abstract
  Introduction: Online formative assessments (OFA’s) have beenincreasingly recognised in medical education as resources thatpromote self-directed learning. Formative assessments are ...  Read More
Reflection for the undergraduate on writing in the portfolio: where are we now and where are we going?
22. Reflection for the undergraduate on writing in the portfolio: where are we now and where are we going?

MOHAMED H AHMED

Volume 6, Issue 3 , July 2018, , Pages 97-101

Abstract
  Introduction: The portfolio can be seen as a tool for assessmentof a variety of learning activities that differ in content, usage, andassessment. The portfolio not only meets the learner’s ...  Read More
Setting objectives for a competency-based undergraduate obstetrics and gynecology curriculum
23. Setting objectives for a competency-based undergraduate obstetrics and gynecology curriculum

AJAY HALDER; ANKUR JOSHI; RAGINI MEHROTRA; BERTHA RATHINAM; SUSHRUTA SHRIVASTAVA

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, , Pages 147-154

Abstract
  Introduction: Little emphasis on standardization, less stringentoutcome measurement and resource constrains can result indeteriorating competencies among medical graduates in acountry ...  Read More
Impact of immediate feedback on the learning of medical students in pharmacology
24. Impact of immediate feedback on the learning of medical students in pharmacology

DINESH K BADYAL; SUMAN BALA; TEJINDER SINGH; GAURAV GULREZ

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 1-6

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.41036

Abstract
  Introduction: Providing feedback to students is an essentialcomponent in medical education and has been shown to improvethe students’ learning. The purpose of this study is to ...  Read More
Clinical skills temporal degradation assessment in undergraduate medical education
25. Clinical skills temporal degradation assessment in undergraduate medical education

JOSEPH FISHER; REBECCA VISCUSI; ADAM RATESIC; CAMERON JOHNSTONE; ROSS KELLEY; ANGELA M TEGETHOFF; JESSICA BATES; ELAINE H SITU-LACASSE; WILLIAM J ADAMAS-RAPPAPORT; RICHARD AMINI

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, , Pages 1-5

Abstract
  Introduction: Medical students’ ability to learn clinicalprocedures and competently apply these skills is an essentialcomponent of medical education. Complex skills with limitedopportunity ...  Read More