Students teaching students: A novel solution for teaching procedures via instruction on the corpse
1. Students teaching students: A novel solution for teaching procedures via instruction on the corpse

CARLOS E GARCIA RODRIGUEZ; RAJ J SHAH; CODY SMITH; CHRISTOPHER J GAY; JARED ALVARADO; DOUGLAS RAPPAPORT; WILLIAM RT J ADAMAS-RAPPAPORT; RICHARD AMINI

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 51-55

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44708

Abstract
  Introduction: Increased faculty and resident responsibilities have ledto the decreased time available for teaching clinical skills to medicalstudents. Numerous advances in education ...  Read More
Clinical procedural skills assessment during internship in ophthalmology
2. Clinical procedural skills assessment during internship in ophthalmology

SUMITA SETHI; DINESH K BADYAL

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 56-61

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44709

Abstract
  Introduction: Directly observed procedural skills (DOPS) is aunique method for assessment since it tests the trainee’s abilityto apply his knowledge and skills in performing a ...  Read More
Identifying the challenges to good clinical rounds: A focus-group study of medical teachers
3. Identifying the challenges to good clinical rounds: A focus-group study of medical teachers

AMIN BEIGZADEH; KAMBIZ BAHAADINBEIGY; PEYMAN ADIBI; NIKOO YAMANI

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 62-73

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44710

Abstract
  Introduction: The use of clinical rounds, as an integral part ofclinical teaching to help medical students acquire essential skillsof practicing medicine, is critically important. An ...  Read More
Factors related to academic failure in preclinical medical education: A systematic review
4. Factors related to academic failure in preclinical medical education: A systematic review

SOLEIMAN AHMADY; NASRIN KHAJEALI; FARSHAD SHARIFI; ZOHRE SADAT MIRMOGHTADAEI

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 74-85

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44711

Abstract
  Introduction: Identifying the learners’ problems early enoughand providing advice from the beginning is definitely an importantinvestment in the training and progress of future ...  Read More
Experiences of students and faculty members about using virtual social networks in education: A qualitative content analysis
5. Experiences of students and faculty members about using virtual social networks in education: A qualitative content analysis

ALI DEHGHANI; JAVAD KOJURI; MOHAMMAD REZA DEHGHANI; ABDOLKHALEGH KESHAVARZI; SEDIGHEH NAJAFIPOUR

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 86-94

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44712

Abstract
  Introduction: Virtual social networks are increasingly beingused by academics and students in health sciences. It is necessaryto examine opportunities and challenges of these networks ...  Read More
Needs assessment for standardized educational program for Iranian Medical Students in crisis and disaster management
6. Needs assessment for standardized educational program for Iranian Medical Students in crisis and disaster management

RITA REZAEE; MAHMOUDREZA PEYRAVI; MILAD AHMADI MARZALEH; AMIR KHORRAM-MANESH

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2019, Pages 95-102

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2019.44713

Abstract
  Introduction: Early education and training are mandatory toraise the knowledge and awareness of the healthcare staff. Iranis a disaster prone area with a high number of emergencies.This ...  Read More
Commentary
Multiple faces of narcissistic leadership in Medical Education
7. 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
Letter to Editor
Assessing patient satisfaction with Sudanese doctors
8. 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
Letter to Editor
Challenges of culturally and linguistically different healthcare students in learning environments
9. 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