Validity of transactional analysis and emotional intelligence in training nursing students
1. Validity of transactional analysis and emotional intelligence in training nursing students

BRANDI L WHITLEY-HUNTER

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, Pages 138-145

Abstract
  Introduction: Emotional intelligence (EI) is considered a critical componentof a nurse’s characteristic trait which is known as a significant predictor of aperson’s job performance ...  Read More
Comparison of the effect of lecture and blended teaching methods on students’ learning and satisfaction
2. Comparison of the effect of lecture and blended teaching methods on students’ learning and satisfaction

ROYA SADEGHI; MOHAMMAD MEHDI SEDAGHAT; FARAMARZ SHA AHMADI

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, Pages 146-150

Abstract
  Introduction: Blended learning, a new approach in educational planning, isdefined as an applying more than one method, strategy, technique or media in education. Todays, due to the ...  Read More
Health students’ expectations of the ideal educational environment: a qualitative research
3. Health students’ expectations of the ideal educational environment: a qualitative research

TEAMUR AGHAMOLAEI; MANDANA SHIRAZI; IDEH DADGARAN; HOOMAN SHAHSAVARI; AMIN GHANBARNEJAD

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, Pages 151-157

Abstract
  Introduction: Educational environment is an important determinant ofstudents’ behavior and its elements are associated with academic achievement and course satisfaction. The aim of ...  Read More
Effects of an osteoporosis prevention training program on physical activity-related stages of change and self-efficacy among university students, Shiraz, Iran: a randomized clinical trial
4. Effects of an osteoporosis prevention training program on physical activity-related stages of change and self-efficacy among university students, Shiraz, Iran: a randomized clinical trial

MOHAMMAD HOSSIEN KAVEH; MONIRE GOLIJ; MAHIN NAZARI; ZOHREH MAZLOOM; ABBAS REZAEIAN ZADEH

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, Pages 158-164

Abstract
  Introduction: Osteoporosis is a major problem in today's world, beingcharacterized by decreased bone mass and bone change. Due to deficiencyof theory-based studies in young population, ...  Read More
The effect of written material and verbal method education on anxiety and depression in patients with myocardial infarction in selected hospitals in iran
5. The effect of written material and verbal method education on anxiety and depression in patients with myocardial infarction in selected hospitals in iran

NADER AGHAKHANI; KAMAL KHADEMVATAN; MOHAMMAD REZA DEHGHANI

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, Pages 165-169

Abstract
  Introduction: Myocardial infarction (MI) is the damage to the heart muscle,or myocardium, resulting from the lack of blood flow to the heart. MI patients experience mental and emotional ...  Read More
Comparison of residents’ approaches to clinical decisions before and after the implementation of Evidence Based Medicine course
6. Comparison of residents’ approaches to clinical decisions before and after the implementation of Evidence Based Medicine course

ZAHRA KARIMIAN; JAVAD KOJOURI; MOHAMMAD MAHDI SAGHEB; ALI MAHBOUDI; MAHBOOBEH SABER; MITRA AMINI; MOHAMMAD REZA DEHGHANI

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, Pages 170-175

Abstract
  Introduction: It has been found that the decision-making process in medicine is affected, to a large extent, by one’s experience, individual mentality, previous models, and common ...  Read More
The students' intentions and satisfaction with the field of study and university
7. The students' intentions and satisfaction with the field of study and university

ALI NOORAFSHAN; SAEEDEH POURAHMAD; MOHAMMAD MAHDI SAGHEB; ALI DEHGHANINAZHVANI; ALI DEHSHAHRI; MANIJEH ABDOLLAHI; ZEYNAB MOHEBBI; ZAHRA KESHTKARAN; AFSANEH AHMADI; SOMAYEH KAVOUSIPOUR; FARIBA FARAHMAND; HAMIDREZA KHORRAMI; ROBABEH SOLTANI; SAIED KARBALAY DOUST

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, Pages 176-182

Abstract
  Introduction: The present study aimed to find an appropriate method toinform senior high school students to correctly select their academic field ofstudy and their intentions.Methods: ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
The role of educational technology in medical education
8. The role of educational technology in medical education

ZAHRA SAFFARI; FARNAZ TAKMIL; RAHMATALAH ARABZADEH

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2014, Pages 183-183

Abstract
  Being one of the most effective tools for educationalsystem improvement, educational Technologyplays an important role in learning facilitation. Inorder to have a deeper, more effective ...  Read More