The role of critical thinking skills and learning styles of university students in their academic performance
1. The role of critical thinking skills and learning styles of university students in their academic performance

ZOHRE GHAZIVAKILI; ROOHANGIZ NOROUZI NIA; FARIDE PANAHI; MEHRDAD KARIMI; HAYEDE GHOLSORKHI; ZARRIN AHMADI

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, Pages 95-102

Abstract
  Introduction: The current world needs people who have a lot of different abilities such as cognition and application of different ways of thinking, research, problem solving, critical ...  Read More
Grasha-richmann college students’ learning styles of classroom participation: Role of gender and major
2. Grasha-richmann college students’ learning styles of classroom participation: Role of gender and major

ALI REZA BANESHI; MAHNAZ DEHGHAN TEZERJANI; HASAN MOKHTARPOUR

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, Pages 103-107

Abstract
  Introduction: This study aimed to investigate the male and female students’ learning styles of classroom participation and these styles’ differences between Humanities and Science ...  Read More
Comparison of differences in performance evaluation of faculty by students with faculty’s self-assessment
3. Comparison of differences in performance evaluation of faculty by students with faculty’s self-assessment

KOUROSH AZIZI; TEAMUR AGHAMOLAEI; NADER PARSA; TAHEREH DABBAGHMANESH

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, Pages 108-113

Abstract
  Introduction:The present study aimed to compare self-assessment forms of coursework taught in the school of public health at undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels and students’ ...  Read More
The students’ viewpoint on the quality gap in educational services
4. The students’ viewpoint on the quality gap in educational services

MARZIYEH RAHIM KHANLI; HADI DANESHMANDI; ALIREZA CHOOBINEH

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, Pages 114-119

Abstract
  Introduction: Students and university community are social and humanresources of the country. The students’ viewpoints about the quality ofeducational services can be considered as ...  Read More
The evaluation of a composed program of continuing medical education for general practitioners
5. The evaluation of a composed program of continuing medical education for general practitioners

MARZIYEH MOATTARI; DAVOOD YADGARI; SEYED JALIL HOSEINI

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, Pages 120-125

Abstract
  Introduction: The execution of composed educational programs for generalpractitioners is one of the most common methods of continuing medicaleducation. This research project aims to ...  Read More
Team-based assessment of professional behavior in medical students
6. Team-based assessment of professional behavior in medical students

HOJAT RAEE; MITRA AMINI; AMENEH MOMEN NASAB; ABDOLRASOUL MALEK POUR; MOHAMMAD MORAD JAFARI

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, Pages 126-130

Abstract
  Introducrion: Self and peer assessment provides important information about the individual’s performance and behavior in all aspects of their professional environment work. The aim ...  Read More
Relationship between organizational structure and creativity in teaching hospitals
7. Relationship between organizational structure and creativity in teaching hospitals

RITA REZAEE; SAADAT MARHAMATI; PARISA NABEIEI; RAHELEH MARHAMATI

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, Pages 131-134

Abstract
  Introduction: Organization structure and manpower constitute two basiccomponents of anorganization and both are necessary for stablishing anorganization. The aim of this survey was ...  Read More
Short Communication
Case based teaching at the bed side versus in classroom for undergraduates and residents of pediatrics
8. Case based teaching at the bed side versus in classroom for undergraduates and residents of pediatrics

MAHDI SHAHRIARI

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, Pages 135-136

Abstract
  Introduction: Bedsideteaching is defined as teaching in the presence of apatient, it is a vital component of medical education. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
Awareness and use of evidence based medicine (EBM) in medical trainees
9. Awareness and use of evidence based medicine (EBM) in medical trainees

MAHDIEH MOMAYYEZI; HOSSEIN FALLAHZADEH; MOHAMMAD MOMAYYEZI

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, Pages 137-137

Abstract
  The concept of evidence based medicine (EBM)involves a systematic approach for integrationof best available research evidence into medicaldecision making for physicians, medical traineesand ...  Read More