Assessing clinical reasoning skills using Script Concordance Test (SCT) and extended matching questions (EMQs): A pilot for urology trainees
51. Assessing clinical reasoning skills using Script Concordance Test (SCT) and extended matching questions (EMQs): A pilot for urology trainees

SYED MUHAMMAD NAZIM; JAMSHEER J. TALATI; SHEILA PINJANI; SYED RAZIUDDIN BIYABANI S; MUHAMMAD HAMMAD ATHER; JOHN J. NORCINI

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 7-13

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.41038

Abstract
  Introduction: Clinical reasoning skill is the core of medicalcompetence. Commonly used assessment methods for medicalcompetence have limited ability to evaluate critical thinking andreasoning ...  Read More
The professionalization of Iranian hospital social workers
52. The professionalization of Iranian hospital social workers

MALIHEH KHALVATI; HOSSEIN FEKRAZAD; MARYAM RAFATJAH; LEILA OSTADHASHEMI; HAMID REZA KHANKEH

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, , Pages 6-13

Abstract
  Introduction: Identity is formed through our understanding ofourselves and what others perceive of our actions and how we dothings. Formation of professional identity includes development,advancement ...  Read More
Clinical procedural skills assessment during internship in ophthalmology
53. Clinical procedural skills assessment during internship in ophthalmology

SUMITA SETHI; DINESH K BADYAL

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 56-61

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44709

Abstract
  Introduction: Directly observed procedural skills (DOPS) is aunique method for assessment since it tests the trainee’s abilityto apply his knowledge and skills in performing a ...  Read More
Use of Concept Map as a reinforcement tool in Undergraduate Curriculum: An analytical study
54. Use of Concept Map as a reinforcement tool in Undergraduate Curriculum: An analytical study

KAUSHIK MUKHOPADHYAY; SONALI MUKHERJEE; ARCHANA DHOK; CHANDAN CHATTERJEE; JOYA GHOSH

Volume 7, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 118-122

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.74920

Abstract
  Introduction: Ever-expanding medical literature demandssuccessful amalgamation of huge information and clinical practicefor budding doctors. This study aimed to find the effectivenessof ...  Read More
The effect of logbook as a study guide in dentistry training
55. The effect of logbook as a study guide in dentistry training

KIANOOSH TORABI; LEILA BAZRAFKAN; SAJAD SEPEHRI; MEHDI HASHEMI

Volume 1, Issue 3 , July 2013, , Pages 81-84

Abstract
  Introduction: Although logbook is a useful tool in learning and assessment of the student, its use in the education of undergraduate dentistry students is not well-established. The ...  Read More
Validity & reliability of the Persian version of Grasha-Richmann student learning styles scale
56. Validity & reliability of the Persian version of Grasha-Richmann student learning styles scale

ALI REZA BANESHI; NOROUZ ALI KARAMDOUST; REZVAN HAKIMZADEH

Volume 1, Issue 4 , October 2013, , Pages 119-124

Abstract
  Introduction: The present study aimed to investigate the psychometricproperties of Grasha-Riechmann Student Learning Styles Scale.Method: The participants included 1039 students (421 ...  Read More
Internal self-assessment study for medical education program and accreditation process
57. Internal self-assessment study for medical education program and accreditation process

THAMER KADUM YOUSIF AL HILFI

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2013, , Pages 7-20

Abstract
  Introduction: Attempts from some colleges of medicine in Iraq were made trying to overcome the problems and suffocations that faced undergraduate medical studies in our country and ...  Read More
Feedback is good or bad? Medical residents’ points of view on feedback in clinical education
58. Feedback is good or bad? Medical residents’ points of view on feedback in clinical education

LEILA BAZRAFKAN; GHOLAM HOSSAIN GHASSEMI; PARISA NABEIEI

Volume 1, Issue 2 , April 2013, , Pages 51-54

Abstract
  Introduction: Feedback is very important in education and can help quality in the training process and orient the trainees in clinical contexts. This study aimed to assess the residents’ ...  Read More
Effect of a parenting education program on girls’ life satisfactionin governmental guidance schools of Shiraz
59. Effect of a parenting education program on girls’ life satisfactionin governmental guidance schools of Shiraz

MOHAMMAD HOSSIEN KAVEH; LEILA MORADI; LEILA GHAHREMANI; HAMID REZA TABATABAEE

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2014, , Pages 12-19

Abstract
  Introduction: One of the main determinants of adolescents’ life satisfaction isparenting skills. Due to the lack of educational trials in this field, this researchwas done to evaluate ...  Read More
The effects of a peer-led training program on female students’ self-esteem in public secondary schools in Shiraz
60. The effects of a peer-led training program on female students’ self-esteem in public secondary schools in Shiraz

MOHAMMAD HOSSEIN KAVEH; MARYAM HESAMPOUR; LEILA GHAHREMANI; HAMID REZA TABATABAEE

Volume 2, Issue 2 , April 2014, , Pages 63-70

Abstract
  Introduction: Low self-esteem in adolescence is one of the risk factors fornegative outcomes in important domains of adulthood life. Due to the lackof trials based on modern methods ...  Read More
Comparison of differences in performance evaluation of faculty by students with faculty’s self-assessment
61. Comparison of differences in performance evaluation of faculty by students with faculty’s self-assessment

KOUROSH AZIZI; TEAMUR AGHAMOLAEI; NADER PARSA; TAHEREH DABBAGHMANESH

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 108-113

Abstract
  Introduction:The present study aimed to compare self-assessment forms of coursework taught in the school of public health at undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels and students’ ...  Read More
Health students’ expectations of the ideal educational environment: a qualitative research
62. Health students’ expectations of the ideal educational environment: a qualitative research

TEAMUR AGHAMOLAEI; MANDANA SHIRAZI; IDEH DADGARAN; HOOMAN SHAHSAVARI; AMIN GHANBARNEJAD

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, , Pages 151-157

Abstract
  Introduction: Educational environment is an important determinant ofstudents’ behavior and its elements are associated with academic achievement and course satisfaction. The aim of ...  Read More
Academic training and clinical placement problems to achieve nursing competency
63. Academic training and clinical placement problems to achieve nursing competency

NARJES RAHMATI SHARGHI; ALI ALAMI; SHAHLA KHOSRAVAN; MOHAMMAD REZA MANSOORIAN; ALI EKRAMI

Volume 3, Issue 1 , January 2015, , Pages 15-20

Abstract
  Introduction: High quality of care is one of the requirementsof nursing which depends on the nursing competency. In thisconnection, the aim of this research was to determine theproblems ...  Read More
The effects of educational program on health volunteers’ knowledge regarding their approach to earthquake in health centers in Tehran
64. The effects of educational program on health volunteers’ knowledge regarding their approach to earthquake in health centers in Tehran

ZAHRA JOUHARI; AFSHAR PIRASTEH; GHOLAM REZA GHASSEMI; LEILA BAZRAFKAN

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, , Pages 56-61

Abstract
  Introduction: The people’s mental, intellectual and physical nonreadinessto confront earthquake may result in disastrous outcomes.This research aimed to study of effects of a training ...  Read More
Designing and conducting MD/MPH dual degree program in the Medical School of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
65. Designing and conducting MD/MPH dual degree program in the Medical School of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

ALIREZA SALEHI; NEDA HASHEMI; MAHBOOBEH SABER; MOHAMMAD HADI IMANIEH

Volume 3, Issue 3 , July 2015, , Pages 105-110

Abstract
  Introduction: Many studies have focused on the need of healthsystems to educated physicians in the clinical prevention, researchmethodology, epidemiology and health care management ...  Read More
Leadership and management curriculum planning for Iranian general practitioners
66. Leadership and management curriculum planning for Iranian general practitioners

SHAHLA KHOSRAVAN; HOSSEIN KARIMI MOONAGHI; SHAHRAM YAZDANI; SOLEIMAN AHMADI; MOHAMMAD REZA MANSOORIAN

Volume 3, Issue 4 , October 2015, , Pages 159-165

Abstract
  Introduction: Leadership and management are two expected featuresand competencies for general practitioners (GPs). The purpose of thisstudy was leadership and management curriculum ...  Read More
Technical efficiency of Shiraz school of medicine in research and education domains: a data envelopment analysis
67. Technical efficiency of Shiraz school of medicine in research and education domains: a data envelopment analysis

SOMAYEH DELAVARI; RITA REZAEE; NAHID HATAM; SAJAD DELAVARI

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2016, , Pages 13-20

Abstract
  Introduction: Efficiency evaluation of universities and facultiesis one of the tools that help managers to identify the departments’strengths and weakness. The main objective of the ...  Read More
Core components of clinical education: a qualitative study with attending physicians and their residents
68. Core components of clinical education: a qualitative study with attending physicians and their residents

ALIREZA ESTEGHAMATI; HAMIDREZA BARADARAN; ALIREZA MONAJEMI; HAMID REZA KHANKEH; MEHRNAZ GERANMAYEH

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, , Pages 64-71

Abstract
  Introduction: In medical education, particularly in residencycourses, most of the training occurs in real clinical environments.Workplace-based learning profoundly affects students’ ...  Read More
Developing an instrument to measure effective factors on clinical learning
69. Developing an instrument to measure effective factors on clinical learning

IDEH DADGARAN; MANDANA SHIRAZI; AEEN MOHAMMADI; ALI RAVARI

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, , Pages 122-129

Abstract
  Introduction: Although nursing students spend a large partof their learning period in the clinical environment, clinicallearning has not been perceived by its nature yet. To develop ...  Read More
Effective teaching methods in higher education: requirements and barriers
70. Effective teaching methods in higher education: requirements and barriers

NAHID SHIRANI BIDABADI; AHMMADREZA NASR ISFAHANI; AMIR ROUHOLLAHI; ROYA KHALILI

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, , Pages 170-178

Abstract
  Introduction: Teaching is one of the main components in educationalplanning which is a key factor in conducting educational plans. Despitethe importance of good teaching, the outcomes ...  Read More
Medical education in cyberspace: Critical considerations in the health system
71. Medical education in cyberspace: Critical considerations in the health system

SHAHRAM YAZDANI; ZOHREH KHOSHGOFTAR; SOLEIMAN AHMADY; HASSAN RASTEGARPOUR; SEYED ABBAS FOROUTAN

Volume 5, Issue 1 , January 2017, , Pages 11-20

Abstract
  Introduction: Over the past few decades, two revolutionaryapproaches have emerged as a new form of medical education:Electronic Medical Education and Web-based Medical Education.A number ...  Read More
Analyzing the curriculum of the faculty of medicine, University of Gezira using Harden’s 10 questions framework
72. Analyzing the curriculum of the faculty of medicine, University of Gezira using Harden’s 10 questions framework

YASAR ALBUSHRA AHMED; SALMA ALNEEL

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2017, , Pages 60-66

Abstract
  Introduction: Despite the importance of curriculum analysisfor internal refinement of a programme, the approach for sucha step in under-described in the literature. This article describesthe ...  Read More
Evidence-based practice in Physiotherapy curricula: A survey of Indian Health Science Universities
73. Evidence-based practice in Physiotherapy curricula: A survey of Indian Health Science Universities

VRUSHALI P PANHALE; BHARATI BELLARE; MARIYA JIANDANI

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, , Pages 101-107

Abstract
  Introduction: Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the conscientious,explicit and judicious use of the current evidence in clinicaldecision making. The physiotherapy profession has expressed ...  Read More
Early clinical exposure program in learning renal physiology
74. Early clinical exposure program in learning renal physiology

ARMAN DEHGHAN; MITRA AMINI; MOHAMMAD MAHDI SAGHEB; SEYED MOSTAFA SHIDMOOSAVI; PARISA NABEIEI

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2017, , Pages 172-176

Abstract
  Introduction: Teaching renal physiology for undergraduatemedical students in an understandable way using methods whichimprove their deep learning has always been a problem. In thisstudy, ...  Read More
The effect of question generation activity on students’ learning and perception
75. The effect of question generation activity on students’ learning and perception

ABDOLHUSSEIN SHAKURNIA; MARYAM ASLAMI; MAHDI BIJANZADEH

Volume 6, Issue 2 , April 2018, , Pages 70-77

Abstract
  Introduction: Student-generated questions can be a very helpfultool in medical education. The use of this activity can allow thestudents to feel more involved in the subjects covered ...  Read More