Evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of community-based education from the viewpoint of students
151. Evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of community-based education from the viewpoint of students

SEDIGHEH MOKHTARPOUR; MITRA AMINI; HOURI MOUSAVINEZHAD; ALIREZA CHOOBINEH; PARISA NABEIEI

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, , Pages 195-201

Abstract
  Introduction: Responsive medicine is an appropriate trainingmethod which trains the graduates who can act effectively ininitial and secondary aspects of health issues in the society.Methods: ...  Read More
Dynamics of self-directed learning in M.Sc. nursing students: A qualitative research
152. Dynamics of self-directed learning in M.Sc. nursing students: A qualitative research

FATEMEH SHIRAZI; FARKHONDEH SHARIF; ZAHRA MOLAZEM; MAHBOOBEH ALBORZI

Volume 5, Issue 1 , January 2017, , Pages 33-41

Abstract
  Introduction: Working in the complex and ever changinghealthcare settings forces the nurses and nursing students to beequipped with lifelong learning skills. One of the lifelong learningskills ...  Read More
Medical students’ academic emotions: the role of perceived learning environment
153. Medical students’ academic emotions: the role of perceived learning environment

NAEIMEH KOHOULAT; ALI ASGHAR HAYAT; MOHAMMAD REZA DEHGHANI; JAVAD KOJURI; MITRA AMINI

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2017, , Pages 78-83

Abstract
  Introduction: Research shows that there is a relationship betweenstudents’ perceptions of classroom and learning environment andtheir cognitive, affective, emotional and behavioral ...  Read More
Balancing power: A grounded theory study on partnership of academic service institutes
154. Balancing power: A grounded theory study on partnership of academic service institutes

FATEMEH HESHMATI NABAVI; ZOHREH VANAKI; EESA MOHAMMADI; SHAHRAM YAZDANI

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, , Pages 124-133

Abstract
  Introduction: Governments and professional organizationshave called for new partnerships between health care providersand academics to improve clinical education for the benefit ofboth ...  Read More
Presenting the students’ academic achievement causal model based on goal orientation
155. Presenting the students’ academic achievement causal model based on goal orientation

EBRAHIM NASIRI; ALI POUR-SAFAR; MAHDOKHT TAHERI; ABDULLAH SEDIGHI PASHAKY; ATAOLLAH ASADI LOUYEH

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2017, , Pages 195-202

Abstract
  Introduction: Several factors play a role in academic achievement,individual’s excellence and capability to do actions and tasks thatthe learner is in charge of in learning areas. ...  Read More
Strategies to curb young researchers from predatory publishers
156. Strategies to curb young researchers from predatory publishers

THORAKKAL SHAMIM

Volume 6, Issue 2 , April 2018, , Pages 92-93

Abstract
  This letter addresses the current scenario ofpredatory publishers in the medical fieldand strategies to curb young researchers frompredatory publishing. Today, the increasingtrend and ...  Read More
Implementation of standardized patient program using local resources in Avalon School of Medicine
157. Implementation of standardized patient program using local resources in Avalon School of Medicine

JESSE RAMEY; MANISH PRAJWAL MANE MANOHAR; AMINAH SHAH; ABDIWALI KEYNAN; SHIVAPRAKASH BAYAPALLI; TARIG FADLALLAH ALTAHIR AHMED; SATEESH BABU ARJA; SIREESHA BALA A; YOGESH ACHARYA

Volume 6, Issue 3 , July 2018, , Pages 137-141

Abstract
  Introduction: The standardized Patient Program (SPP) is astandard educational training method which provides the preclinicalstudents a better clinical foundation by linking the realmof ...  Read More
The usefulness of crossword puzzle as a self-learning tool in pharmacology
158. The usefulness of crossword puzzle as a self-learning tool in pharmacology

SHILPA PATRICK; KIRTI VISHWAKARMA; VISHAL P GIRI; DEBRANJAN DATTA; PRIYANKA KUMAWAT; PREETI SINGH; PRITHPAL S MATREJA

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, , Pages 181-185

Abstract
  Introduction: Pharmacology is perceived as a volatile subject asit’s difficult to recall and recite the core of the subject. Enrichingthe learning environment through incorporation ...  Read More
The influence of role-modeling on the clinical empathy of medical interns: A qualitative study
159. The influence of role-modeling on the clinical empathy of medical interns: A qualitative study

NAHID AHMADIAN YAZDI; SHOALEH BIGDELI; KAMRAN SOLTANI ARABSHAHI; SAEIDEH GHAFFARIFAR

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 35-41

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.41043

Abstract
  Introduction: Clinical empathy ascertains the quality of doctorpatientrelationship and entails beneficial outcomes for bothparties. Role-modeling is a major factor in promoting clinicalempathy ...  Read More
Psychometric characteristics of clinical reasoning problems (CRPs) and its correlation with routine multiple choice question (MCQ) in cardiology department
160. Psychometric characteristics of clinical reasoning problems (CRPs) and its correlation with routine multiple choice question (MCQ) in cardiology department

ZAHRA DERAKHSHANDEH; MITRA AMINI; JAVAD KOJURI; MARZIYEH DEHBOZORGIAN

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, , Pages 37-42

Abstract
  Introduction: Clinical reasoning is one of the most importantskills in the process of training a medical student to become anefficient physician. Assessment of the reasoning skills ...  Read More
Needs assessment for standardized educational program for Iranian Medical Students in crisis and disaster management
161. Needs assessment for standardized educational program for Iranian Medical Students in crisis and disaster management

RITA REZAEE; MAHMOUDREZA PEYRAVI; MILAD AHMADI MARZALEH; AMIR KHORRAM-MANESH

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 95-102

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44713

Abstract
  Introduction: Early education and training are mandatory toraise the knowledge and awareness of the healthcare staff. Iranis a disaster prone area with a high number of emergencies.This ...  Read More
Comparison of the bleeding cricothyrotomy model to SimMan for training students and residents emergency cricothyrotomy
162. Comparison of the bleeding cricothyrotomy model to SimMan for training students and residents emergency cricothyrotomy

ALISA WRAY; FARAZ KHAN; JOHN RAY; ROBERT ROWE; MEGAN BOYSEN OSBORN; SHANNON TOOHEY; WARREN WIECHMANN

Volume 7, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 144-148

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.74895

Abstract
  Introduction: A cricothyroidotomy is an emergency procedurethat few emergency medicine residents see or perform duringtheir training. Therefore, there is a need for low cost, high fidelitymodels ...  Read More
Continuous evaluation of midwives as to professional standards
163. Continuous evaluation of midwives as to professional standards

ZAHRA YAZDANPANAHI; AZAR NEMATOLLAHI; MAHBOUBE HAJI FOGHAHA; SEZANEH HAGHPANAH

Volume 1, Issue 3 , July 2013, , Pages 100-103

Abstract
  Introduction: Implementation of professional standards as well as evaluation and assessments of providers has an important role in health promotion of each society. The purpose of this ...  Read More
Faculty members’ viewpoints about the present and the ideal teacher evaluation system in Tehran University of Medical Sciences
164. Faculty members’ viewpoints about the present and the ideal teacher evaluation system in Tehran University of Medical Sciences

PEIVAND BASTANI; MITRA AMINI; KEYGHOBAD TAHER NEJAD; NASRIN SHAARBAFCHI ZADEH

Volume 1, Issue 4 , October 2013, , Pages 140-147

Abstract
  Introduction: This study was conducted to determine the most importantstrengths and weaknesses of the present evaluation system in Tehran University of Medical Sciences and achieve ...  Read More
Comparison of two educational environments in early clinical exposure program based on Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure
165. Comparison of two educational environments in early clinical exposure program based on Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure

SEDIGHEH EBRAHIMI; JAVAD KOJURI

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2013, , Pages 36-37

Abstract
  Introduction: The undergraduate curriculum of Shiraz medical schoolunderwent a major reform during the recent years. It comprised of integrated education, supplemented with an early ...  Read More
Relationship between organizational effectiveness and the personnel managers’ position of control in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
166. Relationship between organizational effectiveness and the personnel managers’ position of control in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

VIDA KESHTKARAN; NEDA MOADAB

Volume 1, Issue 2 , April 2013, , Pages 68-71

Abstract
  Introduction: The main objective of all organizations is to improve theefficiency and effectiveness of the personnel’s performance and this partly depends on effective management. ...  Read More
Comparison between current and ideal condition of educational justice from the students’ viewpoints at Jahrom Nursing and Paramedical School
167. Comparison between current and ideal condition of educational justice from the students’ viewpoints at Jahrom Nursing and Paramedical School

MOHAMMAD ALI MONTASERI; MOHSEN HOJAT; MAHDI KARIMYAR JAHROMI

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2014, , Pages 39-44

Abstract
  Introduction: Educational justice is a process by which all those involvedin education are pondering and seeking to establish it in their regulatoryenvironments. This study aimed to ...  Read More
Comparison of empathy score among medical students in both basic and clinical levels
168. Comparison of empathy score among medical students in both basic and clinical levels

MITRA KHADEMALHOSSEINI; ZEINAB KHADEMALHOSSEINI; FARZAD MAHMOODIAN

Volume 2, Issue 2 , April 2014, , Pages 88-91

Abstract
  Introduction: Empathy refers to a personality character that has a great rolein communication with others. Thus, proper evaluation and education ofempathy in medical students is important ...  Read More
Relationship between organizational structure and creativity in teaching hospitals
169. Relationship between organizational structure and creativity in teaching hospitals

RITA REZAEE; SAADAT MARHAMATI; PARISA NABEIEI; RAHELEH MARHAMATI

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 131-134

Abstract
  Introduction: Organization structure and manpower constitute two basiccomponents of anorganization and both are necessary for stablishing anorganization. The aim of this survey was ...  Read More
The students' intentions and satisfaction with the field of study and university
170. The students' intentions and satisfaction with the field of study and university

ALI NOORAFSHAN; SAEEDEH POURAHMAD; MOHAMMAD MAHDI SAGHEB; ALI DEHGHANINAZHVANI; ALI DEHSHAHRI; MANIJEH ABDOLLAHI; ZEYNAB MOHEBBI; ZAHRA KESHTKARAN; AFSANEH AHMADI; SOMAYEH KAVOUSIPOUR; FARIBA FARAHMAND; HAMIDREZA KHORRAMI; ROBABEH SOLTANI; SAIED KARBALAY DOUST

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, , Pages 176-182

Abstract
  Introduction: The present study aimed to find an appropriate method toinform senior high school students to correctly select their academic field ofstudy and their intentions.Methods: ...  Read More
Nursing students’ perspectives on clinical education
171. Nursing students’ perspectives on clinical education

MOHAMMAD REZA HEIDARI; REZA NOROUZADEH

Volume 3, Issue 1 , January 2015, , Pages 39-43

Abstract
  Introduction: The importance of optimal clinical nursingeducation in professional skills development is undeniable.In clinical education, nursing students are often faced withproblems. ...  Read More
Inservice trainings for Shiraz University Medical Sciences employees: Effectiveness assessment by using the CIPP model
172. Inservice trainings for Shiraz University Medical Sciences employees: Effectiveness assessment by using the CIPP model

MARYAM MOKHTARZADEGAN; MITRA AMINI; FARNAZ TAKMIL; MOHAMMAD ADAMIAT; POONEH SARVERAVAN

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, , Pages 77-83

Abstract
  become one of the core components in survival and success ofany organization. Unfortunately, despite the importance oftraining evaluation, a small portion of resources are allocated ...  Read More
Qualitative evaluation of general practitioner training program as viewed by graduates from Shiraz, Fasa and Jahrom Medical Universities
173. Qualitative evaluation of general practitioner training program as viewed by graduates from Shiraz, Fasa and Jahrom Medical Universities

FATEMEH SHAHIDI; MOHAMMAD MEHDI SAQEB; MITRA AMINI; ABOLGHASEM AVAND; HAMID REZA DOWLATKHAH

Volume 3, Issue 3 , July 2015, , Pages 142-149

Abstract
  of higher education into focus in the past few years. They havetried to improve the quality of their own higher education. Thestudies show that Iranian Universities are not at an accepted ...  Read More
Current state of professional and core competency in pediatric residency program at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences: A local survey
174. Current state of professional and core competency in pediatric residency program at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences: A local survey

SEDIGHEH EBRAHIMI; RITA REZAEE

Volume 3, Issue 4 , October 2015, , Pages 183-188

Abstract
  Introduction: Accreditation assesses performance, or capacity toperform, against predetermined standards. It typically combinesexternal quality assurance, through a process of peers ...  Read More
Assessment of students’ perspectives about master of public health program in medical school of Shiraz University
175. Assessment of students’ perspectives about master of public health program in medical school of Shiraz University

SAMAN FARAHANGIZ; ALIREZA SALEHI; RITA REZAEE; MOHAMMAD HADI IMANIEH

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2016, , Pages 39-43

Abstract
  Introduction: Integration of public health and medicaleducation has been thought to have an important role in medicalstudents’ training. Shiraz University of Medical Sciences hasdeveloped ...  Read More