Pedagogical mediation using the virtual learning environment and the new generation: A search for improved performance in medical education
76. Pedagogical mediation using the virtual learning environment and the new generation: A search for improved performance in medical education

JOSE SEBASTIAO AFONSO; PEDRO SOUSA MARTINS; GERALDO FELIPE BARBOSA; LUIZ FERREIRA; MANOEL JOAO BATISTA CASTELLO GIRAO

Volume 6, Issue 3 , July 2018, , Pages 115-122

Abstract
  Introduction: Medical schools face increasing challenges toaccommodate new health care needs. However, little has changedregarding the students’ education. In addition, educators ...  Read More
Medical students’ occupational burnout and its relationship with professionalism
77. Medical students’ occupational burnout and its relationship with professionalism

SEDIGHEH EBRAHIMI; FATEMEH ATAZADEH

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, , Pages 162-167

Abstract
  Introduction: Occupational burnout is a prevalent syndromeamong medical students as well as other health professionals. Itmay be an important factor contributing to professional conducts.The ...  Read More
Online-learning: exploring practices among Foundation doctors
78. Online-learning: exploring practices among Foundation doctors

FLORENCE KUDZAI KASHORA; DEBBIE-ANNE CHARLES

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 14-19

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.41040

Abstract
  Introduction: Postgraduate medical education involves the use ofonline-learning tools. However, there is a paucity of data on theuse of online-learning among doctors who are in their ...  Read More
Psychometric properties of the communication skills attitude scale (CSAS) measure in a sample of Iranian medical students
79. Psychometric properties of the communication skills attitude scale (CSAS) measure in a sample of Iranian medical students

AFSANEH YAKHFOROSHHA; MANDANA SHIRAZI; NASER YOUSEFZADEH; AMIN GHANBARNEJAD; MOHAMMADALI CHERAGHI; RITA MOJTAHEDZADEH; BEHROOZ MAHMOODI-BAKHTIARI; SEYED AMIR HOSSEIN EMAMI

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, , Pages 14-21

Abstract
  Introduction: Communication skill (CS) has been regarded as one of thefundamental competencies for medical and other health care professionals.Student’s attitude toward learning CS ...  Read More
Identifying the challenges to good clinical rounds: A focus-group study of medical teachers
80. Identifying the challenges to good clinical rounds: A focus-group study of medical teachers

AMIN BEIGZADEH; KAMBIZ BAHAADINBEIGY; PEYMAN ADIBI; NIKOO YAMANI

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 62-73

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44710

Abstract
  Introduction: The use of clinical rounds, as an integral part ofclinical teaching to help medical students acquire essential skillsof practicing medicine, is critically important. An ...  Read More
A comprehensive model of hidden curriculum management in medical education
81. A comprehensive model of hidden curriculum management in medical education

SEDIGHEH MOMENI; SHAHRAM YAZDANI; LEILA AFSHAR; MUHAMADREZA ABDOLMALEKI

Volume 7, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 123-130

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.45010

Abstract
  Introduction: Hidden curriculum plays a main role in professionallearning, formation of professional identity, socialization,moral development and learning values, attitudes, beliefs, ...  Read More
Validity and Reliability of pre-internship Objective Structured Clinical Examination in Shiraz Medical School
82. Validity and Reliability of pre-internship Objective Structured Clinical Examination in Shiraz Medical School

NARGES VASEGHI; MAHVASH ALIZADEH NAINI; REZA LABAF GHASEMI; SOHEILA AMIRI

Volume 1, Issue 3 , July 2013, , Pages 85-88

Abstract
  Introduction: Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) is one of the most appropriate methods for assessment of clinical skills.Validity and reliability assurance is a mandatory ...  Read More
Educational challenges ahead of nursing from the perspective of faculty members of Mashhad University of Medical Sciences
83. Educational challenges ahead of nursing from the perspective of faculty members of Mashhad University of Medical Sciences

ABBAS HEYDARI; SEYED REZA MAZLOUM; HOSSEIN KARIMI MOONAGHI; MOHAMMAD MOJALLI; LALEH HOSSEINI SHAHIDI; HOSSEIN NAMDAR ARESHTANAB

Volume 1, Issue 4 , October 2013, , Pages 125-128

Abstract
  Introduction: Development of nursing profession is faced with new challenges. Role of education is important for advancement of nursing. Faculty members are experienced in education, ...  Read More
Implementation and evolution of the horizontal integration at shiraz medical school
84. Implementation and evolution of the horizontal integration at shiraz medical school

MITRA AMINI; JAVAD KOJURI; ALI MAHBUDI; FARHAD LOTFI; ATEFEH SEGHATOLESLAM; ZAHRA KARIMIAN; MESBAH SHAMS

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2013, , Pages 21-27

Abstract
  Introduction: General medical education starts with basic sciences whichusually continue about 2.5 to 3 years. In this period, the students study basic medical sciences and then start ...  Read More
Comparison of the training status of medical students of pediatric ward based on their logbooks
85. Comparison of the training status of medical students of pediatric ward based on their logbooks

MOZHGHAN ZAHMATKESHAN; HAMID AMOOZGAR

Volume 1, Issue 2 , April 2013, , Pages 55-58

Abstract
  Introduction: Logbooks show whether medical students have been exposed to a particular disease and whether they are able to perform particular practices or not. To evaluate the training ...  Read More
The relationship between emotional intelligence and job stress in the faculty of medicine in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences
86. The relationship between emotional intelligence and job stress in the faculty of medicine in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences

NIKOO YAMANI; MARYAM SHAHABI; FARIBA HAGHANI

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2014, , Pages 20-26

Abstract
  Introduction: health care professionals especially clinicians, undergo lots ofjob stress (JS). Emotional intelligence (EI) is among the variables that appear to be associated with stress. ...  Read More
Evaluation of the efficacy of peer-learning method in nutrition students of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
87. Evaluation of the efficacy of peer-learning method in nutrition students of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

MOHAMMAD REZA DEHGHANI; MITRA AMINI; JAVAD KOJURI; PARISA NABEIEI

Volume 2, Issue 2 , April 2014, , Pages 71-76

Abstract
  Introduction: One of notable initiatives in improving the academic educationis to use the abilities of students to learn together in a new and effective system of peer learning. In ...  Read More
The students’ viewpoint on the quality gap in educational services
88. The students’ viewpoint on the quality gap in educational services

MARZIYEH RAHIM KHANLI; HADI DANESHMANDI; ALIREZA CHOOBINEH

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 114-119

Abstract
  Introduction: Students and university community are social and humanresources of the country. The students’ viewpoints about the quality ofeducational services can be considered as ...  Read More
Effects of an osteoporosis prevention training program on physical activity-related stages of change and self-efficacy among university students, Shiraz, Iran: a randomized clinical trial
89. Effects of an osteoporosis prevention training program on physical activity-related stages of change and self-efficacy among university students, Shiraz, Iran: a randomized clinical trial

MOHAMMAD HOSSIEN KAVEH; MONIRE GOLIJ; MAHIN NAZARI; ZOHREH MAZLOOM; ABBAS REZAEIAN ZADEH

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, , Pages 158-164

Abstract
  Introduction: Osteoporosis is a major problem in today's world, beingcharacterized by decreased bone mass and bone change. Due to deficiencyof theory-based studies in young population, ...  Read More
Medical students’ and physicians’ attitudes toward patients’ consent to participate in clinical training
90. Medical students’ and physicians’ attitudes toward patients’ consent to participate in clinical training

ATHAR OMID; PARNAZ DANESHPAJOUHNEJAD; OMID PIRHAJI

Volume 3, Issue 1 , January 2015, , Pages 21-25

Abstract
  Introduction: The responsibility of the medical training teamtowards a patient referring to an academic medical center hasnot been fully clarified. In this article we have looked at ...  Read More
An evaluation of the elements of internal medicine physiopathology curriculum in general practice based on the perspectives of faculty members of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
91. An evaluation of the elements of internal medicine physiopathology curriculum in general practice based on the perspectives of faculty members of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

JAMSHID ESLAMI; MOHSEN KHADEMI

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, , Pages 62-67

Abstract
  Introduction: An evaluation of the curriculum elementscan be recognized as a necessity in curriculum dynamic andimprovement. This study aimed at evaluating five main elementsof a physiopathology ...  Read More
Shiraz medical students’ perceptions of their colleagues’ professional behavior
92. Shiraz medical students’ perceptions of their colleagues’ professional behavior

MEHRDAD ASKARIAN; MOHAMMAD JAVAD EBRAHIMI NIA; FATEMEH SADEGHIPUR; MINA DANAEI; MOHSEN MOMENI

Volume 3, Issue 3 , July 2015, , Pages 111-116

Abstract
  Introduction: Today, development of professionalism is acritical aim of medical schools. Studies have demonstrated thatmedical students’ perceived level of professionalism is inadequateworldwide. ...  Read More
Satisfaction of Iranian Medical Universities’ faculty members towards holding Shahid Motahari Annual Educational Festival
93. Satisfaction of Iranian Medical Universities’ faculty members towards holding Shahid Motahari Annual Educational Festival

SEYYED NASROLLAH HOSSEINI; ANOSHIRAVAN MOHSENI BAND PEY; SEYYED ALI HOSSEINI; BEHZAD KARAMI MATIN; MEHDI MIRZAEI ALAVIJEH; FARZAD JALILIAN

Volume 3, Issue 4 , October 2015, , Pages 166-171

Abstract
  Introduction: Shahid Motahari Annual Educational Festivalaims to improve the quality of medical education in the IslamicRepublic of Iran, and has held since 2008. The present study ...  Read More
Investigation of outliers of evaluation scores among school of health instructors using outlier - determination indices
94. Investigation of outliers of evaluation scores among school of health instructors using outlier - determination indices

HAMIDREZA TABATABAEE; FARIBA GHAHRAMANI; ALIREZA CHOOBINEH; MONA ARVINFAR

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2016, , Pages 21-25

Abstract
  Introduction: Teacher evaluation, as an important strategyfor improving the quality of education, has been considered byuniversities and leads to a better understanding of the strengthsand ...  Read More
Assessment of medical students’ learning and study strategies in self-regulated learning
95. Assessment of medical students’ learning and study strategies in self-regulated learning

ZAHRA JOUHARI; FARIBA HAGHANI; TAHEREH CHANGIZ

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, , Pages 72-79

Abstract
  Introduction: Research on medical students shows that adoptingself-regulation of effort, time, and study strategies can positivelyinfluence academic achievement. The purpose of the ...  Read More
The influence of parenting style on academic achievement and career path
96. The influence of parenting style on academic achievement and career path

ZAHRA ZAHED ZAHEDANI; RITA REZAEE; ZAHRA YAZDANI; SINA BAGHERI; PARISA NABEIEI

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, , Pages 130-134

Abstract
  Introduction: Several factors affect the academic performance ofcollege students and parenting style is one significant factor. Thecurrent study has been done with the purpose of investigating ...  Read More
Designing a model for critical thinking development in AJA University of Medical Sciences
97. Designing a model for critical thinking development in AJA University of Medical Sciences

MAHYAR MAFAKHERI LALEH; MOJGAN MOHAMMADIMEHR; SANAZ ZARGAR BALAYE JAME

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, , Pages 179-187

Abstract
  Introduction: In the new concept of medical education, creativitydevelopment is an important goal. The aim of this research wastoidentify a model for developing critical thinking among ...  Read More
Effectiveness of resident as teacher curriculum in preparing emergency medicine residents for their teaching role
98. Effectiveness of resident as teacher curriculum in preparing emergency medicine residents for their teaching role

HOOMAN HOSEIN NEJAD; MEHDI BAGHERABADI; ALIREZA SISTANI; HELEN DARGAHI

Volume 5, Issue 1 , January 2017, , Pages 21-25

Abstract
  Introduction: Over the past 30 years, recognizing the need andimportance of training residents in teaching skills has resulted inseveral resident-as-teacher programs. The purpose of ...  Read More
Comparison of the learning of two notations: A pilot study
99. Comparison of the learning of two notations: A pilot study

ASHFAQ AKRAM; MAHER D FUADFUAD; ARSHAD MAHMOOD MALIK; BALSAM MAHDI NASIRALZURFI; MANAH CHANDRA CHANGMAI; MELINDA MADLENA

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2017, , Pages 67-72

Abstract
  Introduction: MICAP is a new notation in which the teeth areindicated by letters (I-incisor, C-canine, P-premolar, M-molar)and numbers [1,2,3] which are written superscript and subscripton ...  Read More
Social accountable medical education: a concept analysis
100. Social accountable medical education: a concept analysis

MOHAMMADREZA ABDOLMALEKI; SHAHRAM YAZDANI; SEDIGHEH MOMENI; NADER MOMTAZMANESH

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, , Pages 108-115

Abstract
  Introduction: Considering the pervasiveness of social accountablemedical education concept around the world and the growingtrend of literature in this regard as well as various interpretationsmade ...  Read More