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The Journal of Advances in Medical Education & Professionalism (JAMP) is an international, open access, peer-reviewed, and quarterly publication and 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.

Manuscripts are published in the form of Original Article, Contril Trials, Review Article, Brief Report, Commentary, Letter to the Editor, Editorial and etc.

The Journal invites health care specialist concerned with any of these areas to submit research on topics including, but not limited to:

Educational Management, Health Profession Education, Technology Enhanced Education, Student Engagement, Curriculum Development, Social Accountability, Faculty Development, Academic Performance, Evaluation & Assessment and Professionalism & Ethics.

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

 

Review article
Mentoring as an Appropriate Strategy for Medical Faculty Member Development in Higher Education: A Systematic Review
Mentoring as an Appropriate Strategy for Medical Faculty Member Development in Higher Education: A Systematic Review

MASOUD ABDOLLAHI; FATEMEH HESHMATI NABAVI

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2023, Pages 3-14

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2022.97103.1740

Abstract
  Introduction: Human resources development, especially faculty members who play a substantial role in education, isof great importance and can lead to enhanced competence and participation ...  Read More
Original Article
Teaching Clinical Skills Using Online Modality through Modified Peyton’s Framework: An Experience from a Medical University in Pakistan
Teaching Clinical Skills Using Online Modality through Modified Peyton’s Framework: An Experience from a Medical University in Pakistan

SANA SAEED; UROOJ KASHIF; SAMAR ZAKI; KHALID SAMAD; MUHAMMAD ZUHAIR YOUSUF; MAHANOOR RAZA; SHAHJAHAN JABBAR; UNAB I. KHAN

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2023, Pages 15-23

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2022.95986.1669

Abstract
  Introduction: Medical institutions worldwide faced an unprecedented situation during COVID-19 of identifying alternative strategies to sustain the continuum of learning process. This ...  Read More
Original Article
Applicability of Concept Maps to Assess Higher Order Thinking in the Context of Indian Medical Education: An Analytical Study in the Subject of Physiology
Applicability of Concept Maps to Assess Higher Order Thinking in the Context of Indian Medical Education: An Analytical Study in the Subject of Physiology

PRERNA AGARWAL; BHARTI BHANDARI; VIVEK GUPTA; APRAJITA PANWAR; ANJUM DATTA

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2023, Pages 24-33

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2022.95660.1653

Abstract
  Introduction: Concept mapping is a multidimensional tool that has been put to little use in India. We designed this study to check its applicability for assessing higher-order thinking ...  Read More
Original Article
Role Play versus Small Group Discussion in Teaching Prescription Communication Skills: A Comparative Study on students of Phase Two of the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Course
Role Play versus Small Group Discussion in Teaching Prescription Communication Skills: A Comparative Study on students of Phase Two of the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Course

DIVYA G KRISHNAN; ANUKESH VASU KELOTH; SHAFI AHMAD; MOHANDAS PG

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2023, Pages 34-41

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2022.96136.1679

Abstract
  Introduction: Inadequate prescription communication skills of the medical graduates lead to poor therapeutic outcome and increased burden on the healthcare system. This gap has to be ...  Read More
Original Article
Teaching Medical Professionalism with a Scenario-based Approach Using Role-Playing and Reflection: A Step towards Promoting Integration of Theory and Practice
Teaching Medical Professionalism with a Scenario-based Approach Using Role-Playing and Reflection: A Step towards Promoting Integration of Theory and Practice

ELAHEH MIANEHSAZ; ALI SABER; SEYED MOHAMMADREZA TABATABAEE; ATIYE FAGHIHI

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2023, Pages 42-49

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2022.95605.1651

Abstract
  Introduction: Professionalism, as one of the core competencies of physicians, is essential for providing the patients with higher quality care. It is an abstract concept and its education ...  Read More
Original Article
Comparison of Gamification, Game-Based Learning, and Serious Games in Medical Education: A Scientometrics Analysis
Comparison of Gamification, Game-Based Learning, and Serious Games in Medical Education: A Scientometrics Analysis

MOHADESEH ZOHARI; NEDA KARIM; SHIVA MALGARD; MARYAM AALAA; SHADI ASADZANDI; SHARAREH BORHANI

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2023, Pages 50-60

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2022.94787.1608

Abstract
  Introduction: Game in education aims to enhance human motivation and performance in a given activity. Gamificationexperts and health researchers are still unsure about the status of ...  Read More
Original Article
The Relationship between Professional Identity, Performance and Attitude to Medical Errors Self-reporting among Medical Students
The Relationship between Professional Identity, Performance and Attitude to Medical Errors Self-reporting among Medical Students

AKBAR PIRZADEH; AZIZ KAMRAN; MOHAMMAD HASANZADEH

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2023, Pages 61-67

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2022.94403.1584

Abstract
  Introduction: Medical errors are a serious problem in providing medical care and ensuring the health of society, and discovering the causes of errors to minimize the possibility of ...  Read More
Change Management in Medical Contexts, especially in Medical Education: A Systematized Review
Change Management in Medical Contexts, especially in Medical Education: A Systematized Review

ELHAM KARIMI; ZOHREH SOHRABI; MARYAM AALAA

Volume 10, Issue 4 , October 2022, , Pages 219-227

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2022.96519.1704

Abstract
  Introduction: Change is a multifaceted and challenging process. Due to the growing and increasing volume of technologies and organizational processes, there is a need to adapt to these ...  Read More
Implementation and Evaluation of Competency-based Medical Education in Phase I of Undergraduate Medical Curriculum
Implementation and Evaluation of Competency-based Medical Education in Phase I of Undergraduate Medical Curriculum

KRISHNAMURTHY SOUNDARIYA; GANAPATHY KALAISELVAN; MAHENDRAN RAJALAKSHMI; RAGHAVAN SINDHURI

Volume 10, Issue 4 , October 2022, , Pages 228-234

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2022.94999.1616

Abstract
  Introduction: Adaptation to the “Competency-based Medical Education” (CBME) is a major challenge faced by medicalcolleges all over India. Hence, the present study aimed ...  Read More
A Study on the Performance and Perception of Medical students in Online Spotter versus Traditional Spotter Examinations
A Study on the Performance and Perception of Medical students in Online Spotter versus Traditional Spotter Examinations

SANGEETHA ARUMUGAM; NANDHA KUMAR SUBBIAH; SONY JHANSI PRIYA

Volume 10, Issue 4 , October 2022, , Pages 246-252

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2022.94591.1597

Abstract
  Introduction: Medical institutions around the world are exploring various newer modes of teaching and assessmentmethods to incorporate into the teaching curriculum. In this changing ...  Read More
Virtual reality-based medical education versus lecture-based method in teaching start triage lessons in emergency medical students: Virtual reality in medical education
Virtual reality-based medical education versus lecture-based method in teaching start triage lessons in emergency medical students: Virtual reality in medical education

SAMAN BEHMADI; FARIBA ASADI; MARYAM OKHOVATI; ROGHAYE ERSHAD SARABI

Volume 10, Issue 1 , January 2022, , Pages 48-53

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2021.89269.1370

Abstract
  Introduction: Epidemics such as the recent one, COVID-19, have caused a change in education and its methods. Virtual simulation is one of the types of technology used in medical ...  Read More
Critical appraisal skills training to undergraduate medical students: A Randomized Control Study
Critical appraisal skills training to undergraduate medical students: A Randomized Control Study

SARVIN SASANNIA; MITRA AMINI; MAHSA MOOSAVI; AMIR ASKARINEJAD; MANA MOGHADAMI; HASTI ZIAEE; FATEMEH VARA

Volume 10, Issue 4 , October 2022, , Pages 253-258

https://doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2022.94852.1610

Abstract
  Introduction: Critical appraisal skills are presumed to perform a principal part in evidence-based health education and practice methods. This study aimed to design an educational intervention ...  Read More

Publisher:
Shiraz University of Medical Sciences

Editor-in-Chief:
Javad Kojuri, MD

Chairperson:
Rita Rezaee, PhD

Executive Manager:
Parisa Nabeiei, MS


Frequency: Quarterly

Print ISSN: 2322-2220

Online ISSN: 2322-3561

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