There’s education, and then there’s education in medicine
201. There’s education, and then there’s education in medicine

KENNETH D. ROYAL; JASON C.B. RINALDO

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, , Pages 150-154

Abstract
  Introduction: For some time now the field of medical educationhas been criticized by many of its stakeholders. Countless debateshave been presented in the literature regarding the quality ...  Read More
Hemoaction game: an educational step to improve hemophilia children and nurses self-efficacy
202. Hemoaction game: an educational step to improve hemophilia children and nurses self-efficacy

NOOASHIN BEHESHTIPOOR; SHIRIN GHANAVATI; MITRA EDRAKI; MEHRAN KARIMI; SEZANEH HAGHPANAH

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, , Pages 206-206

Abstract
  As hemophilia is a chronic bleeding diseaseand can interfere with daily performanceof children, these children require continuoustraining to prevent bleeding and take timely action(1). ...  Read More
“Excellence” and “equity”: key elements in medical education
203. “Excellence” and “equity”: key elements in medical education

MEHDI ALOOSH

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2017, , Pages 90-91

Abstract
  In Iran, similar to most countries, medicineis a prestigious and high income profession.Moreover, traditionally “best and the brightest”candidates have been considered suitable ...  Read More
Program evaluation of an integrated basic science medical curriculum in Shiraz Medical School, using CIPP evaluation model
204. Program evaluation of an integrated basic science medical curriculum in Shiraz Medical School, using CIPP evaluation model

AZADEH ROOHOLAMINI; MITRA AMINI; LEILA BAZRAFKAN; MOHAMMAD REZA DEHGHANI; ZOHREH ESMAEILZADEH; PARISA NABEIEIE; RITA REZAEE; JAVAD KOJURI

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, , Pages 148-154

Abstract
  Introduction: In recent years curriculum reform and integrationwas done in many medical schools. The integrated curriculum isa popular concept all over the world. In Shiraz medical ...  Read More
Addressing the physicians’ shortage in developing countries by accelerating and reforming the medical education: Is it possible?
205. Addressing the physicians’ shortage in developing countries by accelerating and reforming the medical education: Is it possible?

MUSTAFA AL-SHAMSI

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2017, , Pages 209-212

Abstract
  Introduction: Doctors’ shortage has remained a concernworldwide. The developed countries started aids to recruitinternational medical graduates (IMG) to cope with the defectsthat ...  Read More
Develop talents to increase productivity: report of the ninth national medical science olympiad in Islamic Republic of Iran in year 2017
206. Develop talents to increase productivity: report of the ninth national medical science olympiad in Islamic Republic of Iran in year 2017

SHAHRAM YAZDANI; FAKHROSADAT HOSSEINI; EBRAHIM KALANTAR MEHRJERDI; MITRA AMINI

Volume 6, Issue 3 , July 2018, , Pages 144-145

Abstract
  Dear Editor, Extracurricular activities for the gifted andtalented students in Iran derive from thebelief that students with high potentials areexpected to make great help for the healthcare ...  Read More
Vertical integration in the teaching of final year medical students
207. Vertical integration in the teaching of final year medical students

MARIA KOSHY; SELVIN SUNDAR RAJ MANI; SUDHA JASMINE RAJAN; RAMYA IYYADURAI; SOWMYA SATHYENDRA

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, , Pages 188-189

Abstract
  Dear Editor, The traditional approach to medical educationhas been dichotomous, with a lack ofintegration between basic sciences and clinicalmedicine (1). Recent reforms have called ...  Read More
Change as an opportunity - Collaborative research in a fluctuating global landscape
208. Change as an opportunity - Collaborative research in a fluctuating global landscape

MICHAEL Y MAHGEREFTEH; NIKHIL V MATH; AVI A KORMAN

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 47-48

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2018.41037

Abstract
  Dear Editor, We note with great enthusiasm the advancesto the medical field that have been broughtabout by international collaboration betweenmedical researchers in different countries.Collaboration ...  Read More
Female role models in medicine: a medical student’s perspective
209. Female role models in medicine: a medical student’s perspective

DIYA KAPILA

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, , Pages 49-50

Abstract
  The importance of role models in medicaleducation cannot be understated. Theyallow for professional development, aid in careermotivation and inspire and educate throughexample. Unfortunately, ...  Read More
Assessing patient satisfaction with Sudanese doctors
210. Assessing patient satisfaction with Sudanese doctors

MOHAMED H. TAHA

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 106-107

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44706

Abstract
  Dear editor Patients’ satisfaction has long been consideredas an important factor when gauging healthoutcome and quality of care in both developedand developing countries (1) ...  Read More
A practical approach for successful small group teaching in medical schools with student centered curricula
211. A practical approach for successful small group teaching in medical schools with student centered curricula

MOHAMMAD MUZAFFAR MIR; MOHAMMED JEELANI; MOHAMMAD SAEED ALSHAHRANI

Volume 7, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 149-153

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.74911

Abstract
  There has been a paradigm shift in the teaching strategies fromdidactic or teacher-centered to more vibrant student centeredapproaches. For the last five decades, small group teaching(SGT) ...  Read More
My interest in the department of medical education
212. My interest in the department of medical education

HOSSEIN RONAGHI

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2013

Abstract
  My interest in the department of medical education started in the year 1955 when about 900 high school graduates in Shiraz, participated in the “Konkoor”, an Iranian University ...  Read More
Fasa University Medical School: a novel experience in medical education
213. Fasa University Medical School: a novel experience in medical education

HOSSAIN A. RONAGHY; KHOSROW NASR

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2014, , Pages 51-52

Abstract
  In early 1970`s A combination of a shortage andmisdistribution of health services and growingpublic dissatisfaction about the health care available,along with increasing expectations, ...  Read More
Awareness and use of evidence based medicine (EBM) in medical trainees
214. Awareness and use of evidence based medicine (EBM) in medical trainees

MAHDIEH MOMAYYEZI; HOSSEIN FALLAHZADEH; MOHAMMAD MOMAYYEZI

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 137-137

Abstract
  The concept of evidence based medicine (EBM)involves a systematic approach for integrationof best available research evidence into medicaldecision making for physicians, medical traineesand ...  Read More
Misconceptions and Integration
215. Misconceptions and Integration

SARA MORTAZ HEJRI; AZIM MIRZAZADEH; MOHAMMAD JALILI

Volume 3, Issue 4 , October 2015, , Pages 196-200

Abstract
  Introduction: Pervasive beliefs regarding curricular reformand integration have flourished among medical students, facultymembers and medical school administrators. These conceptshave ...  Read More
The effect of gender bias on medical students and career choices: a cross-sectional study
216. The effect of gender bias on medical students and career choices: a cross-sectional study

AKANKSHA GARG; ANURADHA BHIDE

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, , Pages 155-155

Abstract
  Gender equality amongst healthcareprofessionals is no doubt paramount to allowboth equal opportunity and provision of goodquality healthcare. The General Medical Councilencourages that ...  Read More
PhD supervisor-student relationship
217. PhD supervisor-student relationship

FILIPE PRAZERES

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2017, , Pages 213-214

Abstract
  Dear Editor, The relationship between the PhD supervisorand the PhD student is a complex one. Whenthis relationship is neither effective nor efficient,it may yield negative consequences, ...  Read More
Professionalism ethics in pharmacy education: Do students have acceptable knowledge or it is a white paper in pharmacy education curriculum?
218. Professionalism ethics in pharmacy education: Do students have acceptable knowledge or it is a white paper in pharmacy education curriculum?

HOSSEIN KHOLGHIPOUR; ALI DEHSHAHRI; HOSSEIN MAHMOODIAN

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, , Pages 190-191

Abstract
  Dear Editor, In pharmacy, professionalism must containthe skills necessary to be a capable pharmacypractitioner. It seems that pharmacy studentsdo not become professionals after graduationfrom ...  Read More
A one-day visit of the EEG and EMG/NCV departments during neurology course for medical students of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
219. A one-day visit of the EEG and EMG/NCV departments during neurology course for medical students of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

MARYAM POURSADEGHFARD; ALIREZA NIKSERESHT

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 49-50

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.41039

Abstract
  Dear editor Today, an important part of the patients’diagnostic activities includes paraclinicaltests and procedures, which follow theircompleted history-taking and clinicalexaminations, ...  Read More
Challenges of culturally and linguistically different healthcare students in learning environments
220. Challenges of culturally and linguistically different healthcare students in learning environments

ALI ARASH ANOUSHIRVANI; FARZANEH GOLAGHAIE

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, , Pages 108-109

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44707

Abstract
  The increased number of international studentsin higher education systems is recognizedas beneficial not only economically but also interms of preparation of the workforce for theglobal ...  Read More
Mentoring medical students by their Peers, Three Years’ experience at Shiraz Medical School
222. Mentoring medical students by their Peers, Three Years’ experience at Shiraz Medical School

SULMAZ GHAHRAMANI; FATEMEH SEDDIGH; ALI REZA TORABI JAHROMI; AAZAM KHANDEL; PARISA NEMATOLLAHI; ZAHRA HASHEMPOOR; AMIRALI RASTEGAR KAZEROONI

Volume 7, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 156-157

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.45018

Abstract
  Mentoring involves two-way communication, learning and progress. Students participating in this process receive guidance from senior students and professors on how to deal with challenges ...  Read More