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, 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

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

Review article
How Digital Storytelling Applied in Health Profession Education: A Systematized Review
1. How Digital Storytelling Applied in Health Profession Education: A Systematized Review

RITA MOJTAHEDZADEH; AEEN MOHAMMADI; AMIR HOSSEIN EMAMI; AFAGH ZAREI

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2021, Pages 63-78

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2021.87856.1326

Abstract
  Introduction: Storytelling is one of the earliest ways to share scientific advancements and discoveries. The advent of technology has updated this ancient art into a digitalized ...  Read More
Original Article
Exploring the educational challenges in emergency medical students: A qualitative study
2. Exploring the educational challenges in emergency medical students: A qualitative study

ALI AFSHARI; MASOUD KHODAVEISI; EFAT SADEGHIAN

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2021, Pages 79-84

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2021.88535.1344

Abstract
  Introduction: Emergency medical services (EMS) are provided in the difficult and unpredictable conditions of prehospital settings. Therefore, EMS students need to receive ...  Read More
Original Article
Military nurses’ Experiences of Interprofessional education in Crisis Management: a Qualitative Content Analysis
3. Military nurses’ Experiences of Interprofessional education in Crisis Management: a Qualitative Content Analysis

ZOHREH VAFADAR; MOHAMMAD HOSSEIN AGHAEI; ABBAS EBADI

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2021, Pages 85-93

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2021.87653.1317

Abstract
  Introduction: Today’s human health care needs are so complex and dealing with them requires interprofessional collaboration and teamwork, which must be learned by the ...  Read More
Original Article
Pathology of General Practice Curriculum from the Viewpoint of Students and Professors
4. Pathology of General Practice Curriculum from the Viewpoint of Students and Professors

SHAPOUR BADIEE AVAL; ALI EMADZADEH; MARYAM POURSHIRAZI; HOSEIN KARIMI MOONAGHI; SEYED JAVAD HOSSEINI; ZAHRA ABBASI SHAYE; GOLNAZ SABOURI; FATEMEH HOSSEINI DOLATABADI

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2021, Pages 94-101

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2021.87035.1287

Abstract
  Introduction: Based on the needs of the health system, continuous revising and monitoring are essential for General Practice (GP) Curriculum. The present study was conducted ...  Read More
Original Article
The use of crossword puzzles as an educational tool
5. The use of crossword puzzles as an educational tool

PEYMAN ZAMANI; SOMAYEH BIPARVA HAGHIGHI; MAJID RAVANBAKHSH

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2021, Pages 102-108

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2021.87911.1330

Abstract
  Introduction: Instruction in teacher-centered formats may lead to early learning fatigue, which in turn, decelerates students’knowledge retrieval. Presently, teachers try ...  Read More
Original Article
Calculation of the Cost of Student Education: A Case Study of Shiraz Medical School
6. Calculation of the Cost of Student Education: A Case Study of Shiraz Medical School

MOHAMMAD NAMAZI; SAHAR ZARE

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2021, Pages 109-122

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2020.86837.1271

Abstract
  Introduction: Given the importance of the education system in the health sector and the necessity to calculate the cost in this sector, this study aimed to calculate the cost ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
Physiology of ECG: A ‘Mannequin’ based approach for first year medical students
7. Physiology of ECG: A ‘Mannequin’ based approach for first year medical students

PUJA DULLOO; CHAITRI SHAH

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2021, Pages 123-124

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2020.85262.1175

Abstract
  Introduction: Physiology, the foundation for medicine, learnt by animal experiments have long been replaced by computer or simulation or mannequin based teaching. Mannequin usage for ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
Practicing procedural skills in clinical settings: A medical student’s perspective
8. Practicing procedural skills in clinical settings: A medical student’s perspective

ZOYA MEHDI; LAILA HAZARA; KHULAT SAQI; SAMINEH YOUSEFI

Volume 9, Issue 2 , April 2021, Pages 125-126

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2020.86425.1237

Abstract
  We read with great interest ‘Exploring undergraduate medical students’ perception of learning procedural skills and its outcomes in clinical settings’ (1) as third ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
Anxious, depressed: Should medical schools screen their students?
1. Anxious, depressed: Should medical schools screen their students?

DEEBAN RATNESWARAN; MUHAMMED KERMALI; TECK K KHONG

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 06 March 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2020.86182.1224

Abstract
  Our informal survey prompted us to suggest a more radical approach; whereby, at peak levels of stress, students are screened with validated anxiety and depression scores. This would ...  Read More
Letter to Editor
A student’s perspective on the effectiveness of strategies to overcome barriers of critical thinking in medical students’ curriculum
2. A student’s perspective on the effectiveness of strategies to overcome barriers of critical thinking in medical students’ curriculum

KHULAT SAQI; SAMINEH YOUSEFI; ZOYA MEHDI; LAILA HAZARA HAZARA

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 06 March 2021

http://dx.doi.org/10.30476/jamp.2020.86346.1232

Abstract
  We read and appreciated the article by Kasalaei et al. titled 'Barriers of critical thinking in medical students' curriculum from the viewpoint of medical education experts: A qualitative ...  Read More