This journal addresses the needs of medical sciences instructors, professionals and administrators through the country and the world. This journal presents new experiences of teaching methods, assessment and evaluation, and serves as a forum for communication between medical sciences professionals, instructors and policy makers.

The objective of the journal is to improve the knowledge of the researchers and accountability to academic society. This can lead the educational institutes to applying more effective teaching and learning methods.

The journal provides reports of innovation and research in the following domain:

Educational Management, Educational Planning, Teaching and Learning, Educational Technologies, Assessment and Evaluation, Organizational Performance Assessment, Accreditation, Continuing Education and Professionalism & Ethics.

Scientific-Research Credit Proposed by The Iranian Commission of Medical Sciences Publications

Journal of Advances in Medical Education & Professionalism (JAMP) has been indexed in Pub Med.

Original Article
The impact of a high fidelity simulation-based debriefing course on the Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare (DASH)© score of novice instructors
1. The impact of a high fidelity simulation-based debriefing course on the Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare (DASH)© score of novice instructors

ISSAM TANOUBI; IHEB LABBEN; SALMA GUÉDIRA; PIERRE DROLET; ROGER PERRON; ARNAUD ROBITAILLE; MIHAI GÉORGESCU

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2019, Pages 159-164

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.74583.0

Abstract
  Introduction: Experiential learning, followed by debriefing, isat the heart of Simulation-Based Medical Education (SBME) andhas been proven effective to help master several medical ...  Read More
Original Article
Student’s perceptions of using scenario-based education to improve civility: A mixed method study
2. Student’s perceptions of using scenario-based education to improve civility: A mixed method study

ZAHRA ABEDINI; SOROOR PARVIZY

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2019, Pages 165-174

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.74933.

Abstract
  Introduction: Academic incivility is one of the major concernsamong nursing student that disrupts the learning process andinfluences the quality of nursing care. Investigating a usefulstrategy ...  Read More
Original Article
Exploring undergraduate medical students’ perception of learning procedural skills and its outcomes in clinical settings
3. Exploring undergraduate medical students’ perception of learning procedural skills and its outcomes in clinical settings

MOHAMMAD REZA MANSOORIAN; MOHAMMAD JALILI; SHAHLA KHOSRAVAN; MOHAMMAD SHARIATI

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2019, Pages 175-182

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.74866.0

Abstract
  Introduction: Learning procedural skills is one of the essentialaspects of undergraduate medical education. However, learningprocedural skills in clinical settings is less widely considered.This ...  Read More
Original Article
How to develop an undergraduate medical professionalism curriculum: Experts’ perception and suggestion
4. How to develop an undergraduate medical professionalism curriculum: Experts’ perception and suggestion

SOOLMAZ ZARE; NIKOO YAMANI; TAHEREH CHANGIZ

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2019, Pages 183-190

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.45579

Abstract
  Introduction: Medical professionalism as a main ability ofphysicians is very important just like its teaching and learning.This study investigated medical professionalism experts’perspectives ...  Read More
Original Article
Designing a thesis tele-supervision system for postgraduate medical sciences students
5. Designing a thesis tele-supervision system for postgraduate medical sciences students

SHAHABEDDIN ABHARI; HOSSEIN MONEM; ALI GARAVAND; PEIVAND BASTANI; Rita Rezaee

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2019, Pages 191-204

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.74926.

Abstract
  Introduction: Today, progressing science and technology atall domains, including education and research, will bring newopportunities to resolve the communication and interactionproblems. ...  Read More
Original Article
The role of academic self-efficacy in improving students’ metacognitive learning strategies
6. The role of academic self-efficacy in improving students’ metacognitive learning strategies

ALI ASGHAR HAYAT; KARIM SHATERI

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2019, Pages 205-212

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.81200.

Abstract
  Introduction: Metacognitive strategies play an essential role instudents’ learning and achievement; therefore, identifying theirantecedents should be considered. This study indicated ...  Read More
Others
The application of formal axiology to medical education through the hartman value profile: a prospective cohort study
7. The application of formal axiology to medical education through the hartman value profile: a prospective cohort study

BEATRIZ NISTAL-NUÑO

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2019, Pages 213-219

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.81465.1007

Abstract
  Introduction: Many criteria such as USMLE scores, applicantresumes, Dean’s letters, recommendation letters, personaldiscussions, interview scores and medical school transcripts ...  Read More
Commentary
Intangibility of the invisible hand – Analysing the micro-dynamics of novice mentoring program based upon one institutional experience
8. Intangibility of the invisible hand – Analysing the micro-dynamics of novice mentoring program based upon one institutional experience

DINESH KUMAR. V; ANEESH BASHEER

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2019, Pages 220-223

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.81615.1025

Abstract
  Although mentoring has been regarded as an essential componentin the developmental phase of medical students, it is the nature ofhierarchical relationship and the quality of emotional ...  Read More
Short Communication
Are healthy lifestyle behaviors positively associated with the academic achievement of the university students?
9. Are healthy lifestyle behaviors positively associated with the academic achievement of the university students?

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

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2019, Pages 224-229

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
Short Communication
Combination of different clinical reasoning tests in a national exam
10. Combination of different clinical reasoning tests in a national exam

ANAHITA SADEGHI; ALI ALI ASGARI; NEZARALI MOULAEI; VAHID MOHAMMADKARIMI; SOMAYEH DELAVARI; MITRA AMINI; SETAREH NASIRI; ROGHAYEH AKBARI; MOJGAN SANJARI; IRAJ SEDIGHI; PARISA KHOSHNEVISASL; MANOUCHEHR KHOSHBATEN; SAEED SAFARI; LEILY MOHAJERZADEH; PARISA NABEIEI; BERNARD CHARLIN

Volume 7, Issue 4 , October 2019, Pages 230-234

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.83101.1083

Abstract
  Introduction: Clinical reasoning as a critical and high level of clinicalcompetency should be acquired during medical education, and medicaleducators should attempt to assess this ability ...  Read More
Original Article
Improving Role Modeling in Clinical Teachers: A Narrative Literature Review
1. Improving Role Modeling in Clinical Teachers: A Narrative Literature Review

ELAHEH MOHAMMADI; HOMAN SHAHSAVARI; AZIM MIRZAZADEH; AMIR ALI SOHRABPOUR; SARA MORTAZ HEJRI

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

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.74929.

Abstract
  Introduction: Students observe role models and learn from themin a variety of educational settings. Although it is known thatrole models impact the professional and character developmentof ...  Read More