Interprofessional education in the integrated medical education and health care system: A content analysis
1. Interprofessional education in the integrated medical education and health care system: A content analysis

MAHBOOBEH KHABAZ MAFINEJAD; SOLEIMAN AHMADY; SEYYED KAMRAN SOLTANI ARABSHAHI; SHOALEH BIGDELI

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, Pages 103-110

Abstract
  Introduction: The current literature supports the inclusion ofinter-professional education in healthcare education. Changes inthe structure and nature of the integrated medical education ...  Read More
Barriers to integration of behavioral and social sciences in the general medicine curriculum and recommended strategies to overcome them: A systematic review
2. Barriers to integration of behavioral and social sciences in the general medicine curriculum and recommended strategies to overcome them: A systematic review

ZAHRA TABATABAEI; SHAHRAM YAZDANI; RAMIN SADEGHI

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, Pages 111-121

Abstract
  Introduction: The integration of behavioral and social sciences(BSS) into the curriculum of medical students in order to equipthem with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes ...  Read More
Developing an instrument to measure effective factors on clinical learning
3. Developing an instrument to measure effective factors on clinical learning

IDEH DADGARAN; MANDANA SHIRAZI; AEEN MOHAMMADI; ALI RAVARI

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, Pages 122-129

Abstract
  Introduction: Although nursing students spend a large partof their learning period in the clinical environment, clinicallearning has not been perceived by its nature yet. To develop ...  Read More
The influence of parenting style on academic achievement and career path
4. The influence of parenting style on academic achievement and career path

ZAHRA ZAHED ZAHEDANI; RITA REZAEE; ZAHRA YAZDANI; SINA BAGHERI; PARISA NABEIEI

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, Pages 130-134

Abstract
  Introduction: Several factors affect the academic performance ofcollege students and parenting style is one significant factor. Thecurrent study has been done with the purpose of investigating ...  Read More
Effects of structured written feedback by cards on medical students’ performance at mini clinical evaluation exercise (Mini-CEX) in an outpatient clinic
5. Effects of structured written feedback by cards on medical students’ performance at mini clinical evaluation exercise (Mini-CEX) in an outpatient clinic

FARIBA HAGHANI; MOHAMMAD HATEF KHORAMI; MOHAMMAD FAKHARI

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, Pages 135-140

Abstract
  Introduction: Feedback cards are recommended as a feasible toolfor structured written feedback delivery in clinical education whileeffectiveness of this tool on the medical students’ ...  Read More
Knowledge of triage in the senior medical students in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
6. Knowledge of triage in the senior medical students in Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

HOSSEIN MAHMOODIAN; RAZIE EGHTESADI; ATEFE GHAREGHANI; PARISA NABEIEI

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, Pages 141-144

Abstract
  Introduction: Triage is a response to the problem of overcrowdingin Emergency Departments (EDs) and accuracy of decisions madeby the triage unit affects the ultimate outcome of EDs. ...  Read More
Short Communication
Impact of utilisation of uncompleted handouts on power point presentations (PPT) in rural Indian medical institute
7. Impact of utilisation of uncompleted handouts on power point presentations (PPT) in rural Indian medical institute

ROSHAN BHAISARE; BHAVNA KAMBLE

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, Pages 145-149

Abstract
  Introduction: Note taking while attending a PPT requires highactivity of memory and writing process which ultimately leadsto what is called “death by power point” referring to boredomand ...  Read More
Commentary
There’s education, and then there’s education in medicine
8. There’s education, and then there’s education in medicine

KENNETH D. ROYAL; JASON C.B. RINALDO

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2016, Pages 150-154

Abstract
  Introduction: For some time now the field of medical educationhas been criticized by many of its stakeholders. Countless debateshave been presented in the literature regarding the quality ...  Read More