Social media and impression management: Veterinary medicine students’ and faculty members’ attitudes toward the acceptability of social media posts
1. Social media and impression management: Veterinary medicine students’ and faculty members’ attitudes toward the acceptability of social media posts

APRIL A. KEDROWICZ; KENNETH ROYAL; KEVEN FLAMMER

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, Pages 155-162

Abstract
  Introduction: While social media has the potential to be used tomake professional and personal connections, it can also be usedinappropriately, with detrimental ramifications for the ...  Read More
Linguistic adaptation and psychometric evaluation of original oral health literacy-adult questionnaire (OHL-AQ)
2. Linguistic adaptation and psychometric evaluation of original oral health literacy-adult questionnaire (OHL-AQ)

SHALEEN VYAS; SANDESH NAGARAJAPPA; PRALHAD L DASAR; PRASHANT MISHRA

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, Pages 163-169

Abstract
  Introduction: Linguistically adapted oral health literacy tools are helpfulto assess oral health literacy among local population with clarity andunderstandability. The original oral ...  Read More
Effective teaching methods in higher education: requirements and barriers
3. Effective teaching methods in higher education: requirements and barriers

NAHID SHIRANI BIDABADI; AHMMADREZA NASR ISFAHANI; AMIR ROUHOLLAHI; ROYA KHALILI

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, Pages 170-178

Abstract
  Introduction: Teaching is one of the main components in educationalplanning which is a key factor in conducting educational plans. Despitethe importance of good teaching, the outcomes ...  Read More
Designing a model for critical thinking development in AJA University of Medical Sciences
4. Designing a model for critical thinking development in AJA University of Medical Sciences

MAHYAR MAFAKHERI LALEH; MOJGAN MOHAMMADIMEHR; SANAZ ZARGAR BALAYE JAME

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, Pages 179-187

Abstract
  Introduction: In the new concept of medical education, creativitydevelopment is an important goal. The aim of this research wastoidentify a model for developing critical thinking among ...  Read More
Reflection on the future of medical care: Challenges of social accountability from the viewpoints of care providers and patients
5. Reflection on the future of medical care: Challenges of social accountability from the viewpoints of care providers and patients

MASUMEH SANAII; LEILI MOSALANEJAD; SAIDEH RAHMANIAN; ALIREZA SAHRAIEYAN; ALI DEHGHANI

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, Pages 188-194

Abstract
  Introduction: Clearly, there are some challenges and difficultiesin fulfilling social accountability which should be identified anddealt with in order to reach the ultimate goal. The ...  Read More
Evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of community-based education from the viewpoint of students
6. Evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of community-based education from the viewpoint of students

SEDIGHEH MOKHTARPOUR; MITRA AMINI; HOURI MOUSAVINEZHAD; ALIREZA CHOOBINEH; PARISA NABEIEI

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, Pages 195-201

Abstract
  Introduction: Responsive medicine is an appropriate trainingmethod which trains the graduates who can act effectively ininitial and secondary aspects of health issues in the society.Methods: ...  Read More
Evaluation of medical education virtual program: P3 model
7. Evaluation of medical education virtual program: P3 model

RITA REZAEE; NASRIN SHOKRPOUR; MARYAM BOROUMAND

Volume 4, Issue 4 , October 2016, Pages 202-205

Abstract
  Introduction: In e-learning, people get involved in a processand create the content (product) and make it available for virtuallearners. The present study was carried out in order to ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
Hemoaction game: an educational step to improve hemophilia children and nurses self-efficacy
8. 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