System based practice: a concept analysis
1. System based practice: a concept analysis

SHAHRAM YAZDANI; FAKHROLSADAT HOSSEINI; SOLEIMAN AHMADY

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, Pages 45-53

Abstract
  Introduction: Systems-Based Practice (SBP) is one of the sixcompetencies introduced by the ACGME for physicians toprovide high quality of care and also the most challenging of themin ...  Read More
Improving continuing medical education by enhancing interactivity: lessons from Iran
2. Improving continuing medical education by enhancing interactivity: lessons from Iran

SEYED ALIAKBAR FAGHIHI; HAMID REZA KHANKEH; SEYED JALIL HOSSEINI; SEYED KAMRAN SOLTANI ARABSHAHI; ZAHRA FAGHIH; SAGAR V. PARIKH; MANDANA SHIRAZI

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, Pages 54-63

Abstract
  Introduction: Continuing Medical Education (CME) has beenconsidered as a lifelong commitment for doctors to provide theoptimal care for patients. Despite a long history of creating ...  Read More
Core components of clinical education: a qualitative study with attending physicians and their residents
3. Core components of clinical education: a qualitative study with attending physicians and their residents

ALIREZA ESTEGHAMATI; HAMIDREZA BARADARAN; ALIREZA MONAJEMI; HAMID REZA KHANKEH; MEHRNAZ GERANMAYEH

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, Pages 64-71

Abstract
  Introduction: In medical education, particularly in residencycourses, most of the training occurs in real clinical environments.Workplace-based learning profoundly affects students’ ...  Read More
Assessment of medical students’ learning and study strategies in self-regulated learning
4. Assessment of medical students’ learning and study strategies in self-regulated learning

ZAHRA JOUHARI; FARIBA HAGHANI; TAHEREH CHANGIZ

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, Pages 72-79

Abstract
  Introduction: Research on medical students shows that adoptingself-regulation of effort, time, and study strategies can positivelyinfluence academic achievement. The purpose of the ...  Read More
The effect of web quest and team-based learning on students’ selfregulation
5. The effect of web quest and team-based learning on students’ selfregulation

ZOHREH BADIYEPEYMAIE JAHROMI; LEILI MOSALANEJAD; RITA REZAEE

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, Pages 80-87

Abstract
  Introduction: In this study, the authors aimed to examine theeffects of cooperative learning methods using Web Quest andteam-based learning on students’ self-direction, self-regulation,and ...  Read More
Impact of clinical supervision on field training of nursing students at Urmia University of Medical Sciences
6. Impact of clinical supervision on field training of nursing students at Urmia University of Medical Sciences

MOHAMMADREZA DEHGHANI; SHIRIN GHANAVATI; BEHROUZ SOLTANI; NADER AGHAKHANI; SEZANEH HAGHPANAH

Volume 4, Issue 2 , April 2016, Pages 88-92

Abstract
  Introduction: Obtaining clinical competency in clinical educationis one of the problems in nursing and use of the new methods ofclinical training is very important. Clinical supervision ...  Read More
Short Communication
The validity and reliability of script concordance test in otolaryngology residency training
7. 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
Faculty development programs for medical teachers in India
8. 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