Setting objectives for a competency-based undergraduate obstetrics and gynecology curriculum
1. Setting objectives for a competency-based undergraduate obstetrics and gynecology curriculum

AJAY HALDER; ANKUR JOSHI; RAGINI MEHROTRA; BERTHA RATHINAM; SUSHRUTA SHRIVASTAVA

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, Pages 147-154

Abstract
  Introduction: Little emphasis on standardization, less stringentoutcome measurement and resource constrains can result indeteriorating competencies among medical graduates in acountry ...  Read More
Effectiveness of microteaching as a method of developing teaching competence among in-service medical teachers
2. Effectiveness of microteaching as a method of developing teaching competence among in-service medical teachers

VIJAY KAUTILYA DAYANINDHI; SHRUTI PRABHAT HEGDE

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, Pages 155-161

Abstract
  Introduction: In spite of the fact that microteaching has beenpracticed extensively in most universities, its actual efficacyhas not been studied systematically. In this study, there ...  Read More
Medical students’ occupational burnout and its relationship with professionalism
3. Medical students’ occupational burnout and its relationship with professionalism

SEDIGHEH EBRAHIMI; FATEMEH ATAZADEH

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, Pages 162-167

Abstract
  Introduction: Occupational burnout is a prevalent syndromeamong medical students as well as other health professionals. Itmay be an important factor contributing to professional conducts.The ...  Read More
Medical student’s academic performance: The role of academic emotions and motivation
4. Medical student’s academic performance: The role of academic emotions and motivation

ALI ASGHAR HAYAT; ASIEH SALEHI; JAVAD KOJURI

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, Pages 168-175

Abstract
  Introduction: Identification of the factors that promote academicperformance is of importance in the success rate of medical students.This study aimed to find the relationship between ...  Read More
Short Communication
A multiple-mini interview (MMI) for emergency medicine residency admissions: A brief report and qualitative analysis
5. A multiple-mini interview (MMI) for emergency medicine residency admissions: A brief report and qualitative analysis

MEGAN BOYSEN-OSBORN; ALISA WRAY; WIRACHIN HOONPONGSIMANONT; BHARATH CHAKRAVARTHY; JEFFREY R SUCHARD; WARREN WIECHMANN; SHANNON TOOHEY

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, Pages 176-180

Abstract
  Introduction: A multiple-mini interview (MMI) is a type ofstructured interview, which may assess many non-cognitivedomains in residency applicants. There are few studies on MMIduring ...  Read More
Short Communication
The usefulness of crossword puzzle as a self-learning tool in pharmacology
6. The usefulness of crossword puzzle as a self-learning tool in pharmacology

SHILPA PATRICK; KIRTI VISHWAKARMA; VISHAL P GIRI; DEBRANJAN DATTA; PRIYANKA KUMAWAT; PREETI SINGH; PRITHPAL S MATREJA

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, Pages 181-185

Abstract
  Introduction: Pharmacology is perceived as a volatile subject asit’s difficult to recall and recite the core of the subject. Enrichingthe learning environment through incorporation ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
Academic nepotism – all that glitters is not gold
7. Academic nepotism – all that glitters is not gold

DINESH KUMAR. V

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, Pages 186-187

Abstract
  Dear Editor With increasing emphasis on publications forfaculty recruitment, career advancementand obtaining research grants, the issues relatedto author kinship and academic nepotism ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
Vertical integration in the teaching of final year medical students
8. Vertical integration in the teaching of final year medical students

MARIA KOSHY; SELVIN SUNDAR RAJ MANI; SUDHA JASMINE RAJAN; RAMYA IYYADURAI; SOWMYA SATHYENDRA

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, Pages 188-189

Abstract
  Dear Editor, The traditional approach to medical educationhas been dichotomous, with a lack ofintegration between basic sciences and clinicalmedicine (1). Recent reforms have called ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
Professionalism ethics in pharmacy education: Do students have acceptable knowledge or it is a white paper in pharmacy education curriculum?
9. Professionalism ethics in pharmacy education: Do students have acceptable knowledge or it is a white paper in pharmacy education curriculum?

HOSSEIN KHOLGHIPOUR; ALI DEHSHAHRI; HOSSEIN MAHMOODIAN

Volume 6, Issue 4 , October 2018, Pages 190-191

Abstract
  Dear Editor, In pharmacy, professionalism must containthe skills necessary to be a capable pharmacypractitioner. It seems that pharmacy studentsdo not become professionals after graduationfrom ...  Read More