The validity and reliability of script concordance test in otolaryngology residency training
176. The validity and reliability of script concordance test in otolaryngology residency training

KAMYAR IRAVANI; MITRA AMINI; AIDA DOOSTKAM; MAHNAZ DEHBOZORGIAN

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, , Pages 93-96

Abstract
  Introduction: The script concordance test (SCT) is one the besttools used to evaluate clinical reasoning in ill-defined clinicalsituations. The aim of this study was to demonstrate ...  Read More
Impact of utilisation of uncompleted handouts on power point presentations (PPT) in rural Indian medical institute
177. Impact of utilisation of uncompleted handouts on power point presentations (PPT) in rural Indian medical institute

ROSHAN BHAISARE; BHAVNA KAMBLE

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, , Pages 145-149

Abstract
  Introduction: Note taking while attending a PPT requires highactivity of memory and writing process which ultimately leadsto what is called “death by power point” referring to boredomand ...  Read More
Evaluation of medical education virtual program: P3 model
178. Evaluation of medical education virtual program: P3 model

RITA REZAEE; NASRIN SHOKRPOUR; MARYAM BOROUMAND

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, , Pages 202-205

Abstract
  Introduction: In e-learning, people get involved in a processand create the content (product) and make it available for virtuallearners. The present study was carried out in order to ...  Read More
Evaluation of information literacy status among medical students at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
179. Evaluation of information literacy status among medical students at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

LEILA BAZRAFKAN; ALI ASGHAR HAYAT; KARIM ABBASI; AGHDAS BAZRAFKAN; AZADAH ROHALAMINI; MOZHGAN FARDID

Volume 5, Issue 1 , January 2017, , Pages 42-48

Abstract
  Introduction: The information literacy status and the use ofinformation technology among students in the globalization age ofcourse plans are very momentous. This study aimed to evaluate ...  Read More
The impact of 3-option responses to multiple-choice questions on guessing strategies and cut score determinations
180. The impact of 3-option responses to multiple-choice questions on guessing strategies and cut score determinations

KENNETH D. ROYAL; MYRAH R. STOCKDALE

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2017, , Pages 84-89

Abstract
  Introduction: Research has asserted MCQ items using threeresponse options (one correct answer with two distractors) iscomparable to, and possibly preferable over, traditional MCQitem ...  Read More
A study on capabilities required in military medicine to develop modular training courses: a qualitative study
181. A study on capabilities required in military medicine to develop modular training courses: a qualitative study

ALI DANA; MOJGAN MOHAMMADIMEHR

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, , Pages 134-147

Abstract
  Introduction: The main mission of military medicine in the worldis to support the health and treatment of the military in relationto issues, risks, injuries and diseases that arise ...  Read More
Experiences of nursing students of evidence-based practice education according to rogers’ diffusion of innovation model: a directed content analysis
182. Experiences of nursing students of evidence-based practice education according to rogers’ diffusion of innovation model: a directed content analysis

SHAHZAD PASHAEYPOOR; TAHEREH ASHKTORAB; MARYAM RASSOULI; HAMID ALAVI_MAJD

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2017, , Pages 203-208

Abstract
  Introduction: Evidence based practice (EBP) education isessential in promoting of clinical care, but an effective educationalstrategy for teaching EBP in nursing faculties is not available.The ...  Read More
Comparing Kirkpatrick’s original and new model with CIPP evaluation model
183. Comparing Kirkpatrick’s original and new model with CIPP evaluation model

ROGHAYEH GANDOMKAR

Volume 6, Issue 2 , April 2018, , Pages 94-95

Abstract
  In a young field like educational programevaluation, it is inevitable that conceptualframeworks such as Kirkpatrick model arerevised with time and with greater knowledge.The New World ...  Read More
Smart Phones in Research: A tool for data capture by undergraduate medical students during Re-Orientation of Medical Education (ROME) training
184. Smart Phones in Research: A tool for data capture by undergraduate medical students during Re-Orientation of Medical Education (ROME) training

CHANDAR SAHANAA; AMIT KUMAR MISHRA; ANANDAN VELAVAN; SUNDERAMURTHY BHUVANESWARY; MANI MERCY

Volume 6, Issue 3 , July 2018, , Pages 142-143

Abstract
  Dear Editor, Re-Orientation of Medical Education(ROME), a one month posting ofundergraduate students in department ofCommunity Medicine, is used not only to buildup the knowledge, attitude, ...  Read More
Academic nepotism – all that glitters is not gold
185. Academic nepotism – all that glitters is not gold

DINESH KUMAR. V

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, , Pages 186-187

Abstract
  Dear Editor With increasing emphasis on publications forfaculty recruitment, career advancementand obtaining research grants, the issues relatedto author kinship and academic nepotism ...  Read More
Good, bad and ugly: Exploring the Machiavellian power dynamics of leadership in medical education
186. Good, bad and ugly: Exploring the Machiavellian power dynamics of leadership in medical education

DINESH KUMAR V

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 42-46

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.41035

Abstract
  Introduction: Medical education requires participation of variousstakeholders and this contributes to power dynamics operating atmultiple levels. Personality traits of an individual ...  Read More
Internationalization of medical education in Iran: A way towards implementation of the plans of development and innovation in medical education
187. Internationalization of medical education in Iran: A way towards implementation of the plans of development and innovation in medical education

EHSAN SHAMSI GOOSHKI; ATA POURABBASI; HAMID AKBARI; NIMA REZAEI; ALI ARAB KHERADMAND; ZAHRA KHEIRY; NILOUFAR PEYKARI; FATEREH MOMENI JAVID; FIROUZEH HAJIPOUR; BAGHER LARIJANI

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, , Pages 43-48

Abstract
  Introduction: Academic institutions are the most importantorganizations for implementation of internationalization policiesand practices for integrating an international, intercultural ...  Read More
Multiple faces of narcissistic leadership in Medical Education
188. Multiple faces of narcissistic leadership in Medical Education

DINESH KUMAR V

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 103-105

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44705

Abstract
  Narcissism, being the critical part of the toxic leadership paradigm,has its own impact in the education sphere. Contrastingly,leader’s narcissism cannot be simply underweighted ...  Read More
Are healthy lifestyle behaviors positively associated with academic achievement of university students?
189. Are healthy lifestyle behaviors positively associated with academic achievement of university students?

FATEMEH BAKOUEI; SHABNAM OMIDVAR; SEYED JALIL SEYEDI-ANDI; SAREH BAKOUEI

Articles in Press, Corrected Proof, Available Online from 01 July 2019

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.74888.

Abstract
  Introduction: Universally, the number of students attendingthe university education is high and increasing. The future ofacademic graduates is affected by their academic achievement.The ...  Read More
Professionalism for future humanistic doctors
190. Professionalism for future humanistic doctors

SEDIGHEH EBRAHIMI

Volume 1, Issue 3 , July 2013, , Pages 104-105

Abstract
  Dear editor Clinical environments encounter is an important part of studying medicine (1). Patient contact as an integral part of medical education occurs in various formats in the ...  Read More
Accreditation survey of Al-Kindy Teaching Hospital basic minimum standards for Iraqi Medical Teaching Hospitals
191. Accreditation survey of Al-Kindy Teaching Hospital basic minimum standards for Iraqi Medical Teaching Hospitals

THAMER KADUM YOUSIF AL-HILFI

Volume 1, Issue 4 , October 2013, , Pages 148-150

Abstract
  Accreditation survey of Al-Kindy TeachingHospital during the months of February–May2011 was performed as part of its technical assistanceservices to the management of the hospital. ...  Read More
Survey of professional ethics observance degree among managers and staff of teaching hospitals of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
192. Survey of professional ethics observance degree among managers and staff of teaching hospitals of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

FARZAD MAHMOUDIAN; SEYED ZIAEDDIN TABEI; PARISA NABEIEI; NEDA MOADAB; MEHRNAZ MARDANI; ZAHRA HOUSHMAND SARVESTANI; ZAHRA GHASEMI

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2013, , Pages 38-41

Abstract
  Introduction: Professional ethics is a very important issue for managerswho are role models for students and staff. It can also be very effective in organizational activities. The ...  Read More
A study on the quality of study skills of newly-admitted students of Fasa University of Medical Sciences
193. A study on the quality of study skills of newly-admitted students of Fasa University of Medical Sciences

FATEMEH SHAHIDI; HAMID REZA DOWLATKHAH; ABOLGHASEM AVAND; SEYED REZA MUSAVI; ELAHEH MOHAMMADI

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2014, , Pages 45-50

Abstract
  Introduction: Some students attribute their academic failure to such factorsas low aptitude, unavailability of resources, and bad luck. However, we candare to say that the most important ...  Read More
Learning operational strategies in surgery training
194. Learning operational strategies in surgery training

SHAHRAM PAYDAR; ZAHRA GHAHRAMANI; SHAHRAM BOLANDPARVAZ; HOSSEINALI KHALILI; HAMID REZA ABBASI

Volume 2, Issue 2 , April 2014, , Pages 92-94

Abstract
  Introduction: Education and training in surgery is in the middle ofapprenticeship style of learning especially in operating room with littleimportance of understanding on how trainees ...  Read More
Case based teaching at the bed side versus in classroom for undergraduates and residents of pediatrics
195. Case based teaching at the bed side versus in classroom for undergraduates and residents of pediatrics

MAHDI SHAHRIARI

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 135-136

Abstract
  Introduction: Bedsideteaching is defined as teaching in the presence of apatient, it is a vital component of medical education. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness ...  Read More
The role of educational technology in medical education
196. The role of educational technology in medical education

ZAHRA SAFFARI; FARNAZ TAKMIL; RAHMATALAH ARABZADEH

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, , Pages 183-183

Abstract
  Being one of the most effective tools for educationalsystem improvement, educational Technologyplays an important role in learning facilitation. Inorder to have a deeper, more effective ...  Read More
Educational needs of family physicians in the domains of health and conformity with continuing education in Fasa University of Medical Sciences
197. Educational needs of family physicians in the domains of health and conformity with continuing education in Fasa University of Medical Sciences

NAHID ZARIF SANAIEY; SAHAR KARAMNEJAD; RITA REZAEE

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2015, , Pages 84-89

Abstract
  of planning. According to the family physician’s idea, evaluatingprograms in order to improve them is one of the necessities ofpromoting quality and increases the efficiency and effectivenessof ...  Read More
Developing comprehensive course evaluation guidelines in Tehran University of Medical Sciences
198. Developing comprehensive course evaluation guidelines in Tehran University of Medical Sciences

ROGHAYEH GANDOMKAR; AZIM MIRZAZADEH; MOHAMMAD JALILI; LEYLA SADIGHPOUR

Volume 3, Issue 3 , July 2015, , Pages 150-151

Abstract
  Dear Editor Program directors need to evaluate educationalprograms to ensure their quality (1). The resultsof a survey conducted in Tehran University ofMedical Sciences (TUMS) in early ...  Read More
Assessment of the interns’ ability based on Dundee model in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
199. Assessment of the interns’ ability based on Dundee model in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

MITRA AMINI; SAMANEH ABIRI; PARISA NABEIEI; SHIRIN GHANAVATI; ALI ASGHAR HAYAT; JAVAD KOJURI

Volume 3, Issue 4 , October 2015, , Pages 189-195

Abstract
  Introduction: The importance of medical profession and therole of the physician in society is no secret to anyone. Skills andcompetencies in clinical practice are necessary for the ...  Read More
Faculty development programs for medical teachers in India
200. Faculty development programs for medical teachers in India

SANJAY ZODPEY; ANJALI SHARMA; QUAZI SYED ZAHIRUDDIN; ABHAY GAIDHANE; SUNANDA SHRIKHANDE

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, , Pages 97-101

Abstract
  Introduction: India has the highest number of medical collegesin the world and subsequently the higher number of medicalteachers. There is a dire need of adopting a systematic approach ...  Read More