Editorial
Considering social accountability in rehabilitation therapy school
1. Considering social accountability in rehabilitation therapy school

HAJAR SHIEH; MITRA AMINI; FATEMEH MIR; PARISA NABEIEI; JAVAD KOJURI

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, Pages 93-94

Abstract
  As you know, there is increasing attention insocial accountability concept for medicaland other health professional schools. Despite theuniqueness of the concept of social accountability,it ...  Read More
Evidence-based medicine in pre-clinical years: a study of early introduction and usefulness
2. Evidence-based medicine in pre-clinical years: a study of early introduction and usefulness

YOGESH ACHARYA; M.V. RAGHAVENDRA RAO; SATEESH ARJA

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, Pages 95-100

Abstract
  Introduction: Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) has establisheditself as a strong predictor of future medical practice by medicalstudents. The purpose of this study was to determine theeffectiveness ...  Read More
Evidence-based practice in Physiotherapy curricula: A survey of Indian Health Science Universities
3. Evidence-based practice in Physiotherapy curricula: A survey of Indian Health Science Universities

VRUSHALI P PANHALE; BHARATI BELLARE; MARIYA JIANDANI

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, Pages 101-107

Abstract
  Introduction: Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the conscientious,explicit and judicious use of the current evidence in clinicaldecision making. The physiotherapy profession has expressed ...  Read More
Social accountable medical education: a concept analysis
4. 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
Self- directed learning barriers in a virtual environment: a qualitative study
5. Self- directed learning barriers in a virtual environment: a qualitative study

NOUSHIN KOHAN; KAMRAN SOLTANI ARABSHAHI; RITA MOJTAHEDZADEH; ABBAS ABBASZADEH; TAYEBEH RAKHSHANI; AMIRHOUSEIN EMAMI

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, Pages 116-123

Abstract
  Introduction: There is a growing trend in online education coursesin higher education institutes. Previous studies have shown thathigh levels of self-direction are essential for successful ...  Read More
Balancing power: A grounded theory study on partnership of academic service institutes
6. 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
A study on capabilities required in military medicine to develop modular training courses: a qualitative study
7. 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
Program evaluation of an integrated basic science medical curriculum in Shiraz Medical School, using CIPP evaluation model
8. 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
Letter to Editor
The effect of gender bias on medical students and career choices: a cross-sectional study
9. 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