Clinical skills temporal degradation assessment in undergraduate medical education
1. Clinical skills temporal degradation assessment in undergraduate medical education

JOSEPH FISHER; REBECCA VISCUSI; ADAM RATESIC; CAMERON JOHNSTONE; ROSS KELLEY; ANGELA M TEGETHOFF; JESSICA BATES; ELAINE H SITU-LACASSE; WILLIAM J ADAMAS-RAPPAPORT; RICHARD AMINI

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, Pages 1-5

Abstract
  Introduction: Medical students’ ability to learn clinicalprocedures and competently apply these skills is an essentialcomponent of medical education. Complex skills with limitedopportunity ...  Read More
The professionalization of Iranian hospital social workers
2. The professionalization of Iranian hospital social workers

MALIHEH KHALVATI; HOSSEIN FEKRAZAD; MARYAM RAFATJAH; LEILA OSTADHASHEMI; HAMID REZA KHANKEH

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, Pages 6-13

Abstract
  Introduction: Identity is formed through our understanding ofourselves and what others perceive of our actions and how we dothings. Formation of professional identity includes development,advancement ...  Read More
Psychometric properties of the communication skills attitude scale (CSAS) measure in a sample of Iranian medical students
3. Psychometric properties of the communication skills attitude scale (CSAS) measure in a sample of Iranian medical students

AFSANEH YAKHFOROSHHA; MANDANA SHIRAZI; NASER YOUSEFZADEH; AMIN GHANBARNEJAD; MOHAMMADALI CHERAGHI; RITA MOJTAHEDZADEH; BEHROOZ MAHMOODI-BAKHTIARI; SEYED AMIR HOSSEIN EMAMI

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, Pages 14-21

Abstract
  Introduction: Communication skill (CS) has been regarded as one of thefundamental competencies for medical and other health care professionals.Student’s attitude toward learning CS ...  Read More
The effects of team-based learning on learning outcomes in a course of rheumatology
4. The effects of team-based learning on learning outcomes in a course of rheumatology

SEYEDEH TAHEREH FAEZI; KAMRAN MORADI; ALI GHAFAR RAHIMI AMIN; FATEMEH KESHMIRI

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, Pages 22-30

Abstract
  Introduction: We evaluated the effects of implementing Team-Based Learning (TBL) on student engagement, accountability,satisfaction, and preference for lecture or team-based learning.Moreover, ...  Read More
Medical students’ experiences and perspective on unprofessional behavior in clinical practice
5. Medical students’ experiences and perspective on unprofessional behavior in clinical practice

ZEINAB JAMALABADI; SEDIGHEH EBRAHIMI

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, Pages 31-36

Abstract
  Introduction: Recognition of professional and unprofessionalbehaviors is the most important and fundamental factor whichaffects the relationships between the doctors and patients.Therefore, ...  Read More
Psychometric characteristics of clinical reasoning problems (CRPs) and its correlation with routine multiple choice question (MCQ) in cardiology department
6. Psychometric characteristics of clinical reasoning problems (CRPs) and its correlation with routine multiple choice question (MCQ) in cardiology department

ZAHRA DERAKHSHANDEH; MITRA AMINI; JAVAD KOJURI; MARZIYEH DEHBOZORGIAN

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, Pages 37-42

Abstract
  Introduction: Clinical reasoning is one of the most importantskills in the process of training a medical student to become anefficient physician. Assessment of the reasoning skills ...  Read More
Commentary
Internationalization of medical education in Iran: A way towards implementation of the plans of development and innovation in medical education
7. Internationalization of medical education in Iran: A way towards implementation of the plans of development and innovation in medical education

EHSAN SHAMSI GOOSHKI; ATA POURABBASI; HAMID AKBARI; NIMA REZAEI; ALI ARAB KHERADMAND; ZAHRA KHEIRY; NILOUFAR PEYKARI; FATEREH MOMENI JAVID; FIROUZEH HAJIPOUR; BAGHER LARIJANI

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, Pages 43-48

Abstract
  Introduction: Academic institutions are the most importantorganizations for implementation of internationalization policiesand practices for integrating an international, intercultural ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
Female role models in medicine: a medical student’s perspective
8. Female role models in medicine: a medical student’s perspective

DIYA KAPILA

Volume 6, Issue 1 , January 2018, Pages 49-50

Abstract
  The importance of role models in medicaleducation cannot be understated. Theyallow for professional development, aid in careermotivation and inspire and educate throughexample. Unfortunately, ...  Read More