This journal addresses the needs of medical sciences instructors, professionals and administrators through the country and the world. This journal presents new experiences of teaching methods, assessment and evaluation, and serves as a forum for communication between medical sciences professionals, instructors and policy makers.

The objective of the journal is to improve the knowledge of the researchers and accountability to academic society. This can lead the educational institutes to applying more effective teaching and learning methods.

The journal provides reports of innovation and research in the following domain:

Educational Management, Educational Planning, Teaching and Learning, Educational Technologies, Assessment and Evaluation, Organizational Performance Assessment, Accreditation, Continuing Education and Professionalism & Ethics.

Scientific-Research Credit Proposed by The Iranian Commission of Medical Sciences Publications

Journal of Advances in Medical Education & Professionalism (JAMP) has been indexed in Pub Med.

Original Article
A new method of recording attendance improves the academic performance of medical students
1. A new method of recording attendance improves the academic performance of medical students

HIMEL MONDAL; KOUSHIK SAHA; SHAIKAT MONDAL; PIYALI SAHA; SAIRAVI KIRAN BIRI

Volume 8, Issue 2 , April 2020, Pages 55-60

Abstract
  Introduction: Students’ engagement during the collection ofattendance (SEdCA) is a method where students write the answerto a question related to the topic of preceding 1-h lecture. ...  Read More
Original Article
A novel model of clinical reasoning: Cognitive zipper model
2. A novel model of clinical reasoning: Cognitive zipper model

SHAHRAM YAZDANI; MARYAM HOSEINI ABARDEH

Volume 8, Issue 2 , April 2020, Pages 61-71

Abstract
  Introduction: Clinical reasoning is a vital aspect of physiciancompetence. It has been the subject of academic research fordecades, and various models of clinical reasoning have beenproposed. ...  Read More
Original Article
Barriers of critical thinking in medical students’ curriculum from the viewpoint of medical education experts: A qualitative study
3. Barriers of critical thinking in medical students’ curriculum from the viewpoint of medical education experts: A qualitative study

AFSHINEH KASALAEI; MITRA AMINI; PARISA NABEIEI; LEILA BAZRAFKAN; HOURI MOUSAVINEZHAD

Volume 8, Issue 2 , April 2020, Pages 72-82

Abstract
  Introduction: The widespread developments of the twentyfirstcentury have been accompanied by the presentation ofintellectual patterns and theories and new achievements. Thesenew achievements ...  Read More
Original Article
Academic procrastination of medical students: The role of Internet addiction
4. Academic procrastination of medical students: The role of Internet addiction

ALI ASGHAR HAYAT; JAVAD KOJURI; MITRA AMINI

Volume 8, Issue 2 , April 2020, Pages 83-89

Abstract
  Introduction: The internet is an essential and widely used toolfor college students; however, high internet dependency can havenegative consequences for students, especially regarding ...  Read More
Original Article
Motivating medical students for social accountability in medical schools
5. Motivating medical students for social accountability in medical schools

MAHBOOBEH MOHAMMADI; MEHDI BAGHERI; PARIVASH JAFARI; LEILA BAZRAFKAN

Volume 8, Issue 2 , April 2020, Pages 90-99

Abstract
  Introduction: As health professionals, physicians are accountablefor their professional practice. The aim of this study was to explainthe medical students’ motivation to attain ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
Being a departmental head – what does it mean? Emphasizing the salience and shades in medical academia
6. Being a departmental head – what does it mean? Emphasizing the salience and shades in medical academia

S.S.S.N RAJASEKHAR; DINESH KUMAR. V

Volume 8, Issue 2 , April 2020, Pages 105-106

Abstract
  Dear Editor, When an academician or clinician assumes the chair of department, multiple responsibilities dawn upon the chair that requires appropriate analysis and effective decision-making ...  Read More
The effect of test-enhanced spaced learning on the otolaryngology board and annual examination results: A quasi-experimental study
1. The effect of test-enhanced spaced learning on the otolaryngology board and annual examination results: A quasi-experimental study

SASAN DABIRI; AEEN MOHAMMADI; RITA MOJTAHEDZADEH

Volume 7, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 131-137

Abstract
  Introduction: In the test-enhanced spaced learning, educationalcontents are presented in small packages of well-developedtest questions with a defined frequency to the learners. It ...  Read More
Factors related to academic failure in preclinical medical education: A systematic review
2. 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

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
Needs assessment for standardized educational program for Iranian Medical Students in crisis and disaster management
3. 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

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
The hybrid model of clinical skills teaching and the learning theories behind it.
4. The hybrid model of clinical skills teaching and the learning theories behind it.

SATEESH BABU ARJA; SIREESHA BALA ARJA; SAMIR FATTEH

Volume 7, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 111-117

Abstract
  Introduction: There are two popular methods of clinical skillsteaching. One is Peyton’s method, and the other one is RobertGagne’s method. A hybrid model which is a combination ...  Read More
Emotional intelligence skills: is nurses’ stress and professional competence related to their emotional intelligence training? a quasi experimental study
5. Emotional intelligence skills: is nurses’ stress and professional competence related to their emotional intelligence training? a quasi experimental study

AFAGH AGHAJANI INCHE KIKANLOO; KATAOUON JALALI; ZAHRA ASADI; NASRIN SHOKRPOUR; MALIHEH AMIRI; LEILA BAZRAFKAN

Volume 7, Issue 3 , July 2019, , Pages 138-143

Abstract
  Introduction: Emotional intelligence is a social skill thatcontrols stress and affects one’s ability to cope with the demandsand environmental pressures; it so can improve professionalcompetence ...  Read More
Brief report
Do medical interns publish findings of compulsory audit or research projects? Five-year experience from a single centre in New Zealand
1. Do medical interns publish findings of compulsory audit or research projects? Five-year experience from a single centre in New Zealand

YASSAR ALAMRI; KHALID ALSAHLI; JENNY BUTLER; TOM CAWOOD

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 25 March 2020

Abstract
  Introduction: There is a paucity of literature on research outputof Australasian interns. We have previously shown great interestamong interns rotating in our department to publish ...  Read More

Publisher:
Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

Editor-in-Chief:
  Javad Kojuri, MD

Chairperson:
  Rita Rezaee, PhD


Print ISSN: 2322-2220

Online ISSN: 2322-3561

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