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  1. There is increasing recognition of including social determinants of health (SDOH) in teaching for future doctors. However, the educational methods and the extent of integration into the curriculum vary conside...

    Authors: Nehal Nour, David Stuckler, Oluwatobi Ajayi and Mohamed Elhassan Abdalla
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:18
  2. Traumatic musculoskeletal injuries are a common presentation to emergency care, the first-line investigation often being plain radiography. The interpretation of this imaging frequently falls to less experienc...

    Authors: Thomas James York, Siddarth Raj, Thomas Ashdown and Gareth Jones
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:16
  3. Electronic health records (EHRs) are increasingly common platforms used in medical settings to capture and store patient information, but their implementation can have unintended consequences. One particular r...

    Authors: Julianna Caon and Kevin W Eva
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:14
  4. Reflective writing (RW) allows physicians to step back, review their thoughts, goals and actions and recognise how their perspectives, motives and emotions impact their conduct. RW also helps physicians consol...

    Authors: Jia Yin Lim, Simon Yew Kuang Ong, Chester Yan Hao Ng, Karis Li En Chan, Song Yi Elizabeth Anne Wu, Wei Zheng So, Glenn Jin Chong Tey, Yun Xiu Lam, Nicholas Lu Xin Gao, Yun Xue Lim, Ryan Yong Kiat Tay, Ian Tze Yong Leong, Nur Diana Abdul Rahman, Min Chiam, Crystal Lim, Gillian Li Gek Phua…
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:12
  5. One of the duties of the educational system is to provide situations in which students learn the tasks corresponding to their future careers in an interprofessional team. This study was designed to develop an ...

    Authors: Fatemeh Keshmiri and Amir Houshang Mehrparvar
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:11
  6. Leadership has been recognized as an important competency in medicine. Nevertheless, leadership curricula for Canadian medical students lacks standardization and may not be informed by medical students’ perspe...

    Authors: Albert Vo, Jacqueline Torti, Wael Haddara and Nabil Sultan
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:10
  7. This study aimed to explore residents’ and teachers’ perceptions of the digital format of Metis (a national education network in Sweden) didactic courses for psychiatry residents in Sweden to guide post-pandem...

    Authors: Rajna Knez, Samir El Alaoui, Josefin Ivarson, Lise-Lotte Risö Bergerlind, Sarantos Stasinakis, Anna-Maria Ahlgren, Martin Maripuu, Danielle Talaee Mofrad, Klara Bolander Laksov, Nitya Jayaram-Lindström and Karolina Sörman
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:9
  8. A better understanding of medical students’ competencies about antimicrobial resistance and their use could facilitate a more effective education for them as future prescribers. The aim is to explore the educa...

    Authors: Rehab H. El-sokkary, Shahenda G. Badran, Omnia S. El Seifi, Yara M. El-Fakharany and Rehab M. Elsaid Tash
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:8
  9. Physicians and nurses often exhibit strong negative emotional and behavioral reactions when patients they care for die, and death education helps them cope with these difficulties. When implementing death educ...

    Authors: Ruei-Jen Chiou, Po-Fang Tsai and Der-Yan Han
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:6
  10. The global pandemic of COVID-19 has led to extensive practice of online learning. Our main objective is to compare different online synchronous interactive learning activities to evaluate students’ perceptions...

    Authors: Billy H. H. Cheung, Dominic C. C. Foo, Kent Man Chu, Michael Co and Lok Sze Lee
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:5
  11. The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for medical students and educators worldwide. Groups 1, 2 and 3 of year 3, semester 2 medical students at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (n = 2...

    Authors: Barbara Duffy, Roisin Tully and Alice V. Stanton
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:4
  12. Compared with traditional tendon repair teaching methods, using a virtual reality (VR) simulator to teach tendon suturing can significantly improve medical students’ exercise time, operation flow and operation...

    Authors: Wenyi Gan, Tsz-Ngai Mok, Junyuan Chen, Guorong She, Zhengang Zha, Huajun Wang, Hua Li, Jieruo Li and Xiaofei Zheng
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:3
  13. Medical education in Syria still adopts a traditional, teacher-centered curriculum to this day. These elements imply the existence of issues in the learning environment (LE). This study aims to provide the fir...

    Authors: Ghaith Alfakhry, Ahmad Naeem, M. Bader AboHajar, Aisha Alfakhry, Abdul Fattah Mohandes, Iyad Ali, Ebrahim Makhoul, Nadeem Ahmed, M. Mhdy Abla, Khaled Alhomsi and Issam Jamous
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:2
  14. Verbal communication plays an important role in the patient-physician relationship. Research shows that language concordance, when a healthcare professional communicates fluently in the patient’s preferred lan...

    Authors: Sawsan Ismaiel, Dana AlGhafari and Halah Ibrahim
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:1
  15. There is limited access to life-saving antenatal ultrasound in low-resource rural and remote settings worldwide, including Australia, mainly due to shortages in skilled staff. Point-of-care ultrasound (PoCUS) ...

    Authors: Amber Bidner, Eva Bezak and Nayana Parange
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:906
  16. Exploring the perceptions of underrepresented in medicine (URiM) students about the medical education curriculum and learning environment could optimize their education outcomes. The current study delineated p...

    Authors: Shahrzad Bazargan-Hejazi, Jose A. Negrete Manriquez, Monique McDermoth-Grimes, Elisabeth Alexandra Parra and Deborah Prothrow-Stith
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:904
  17. The UK academic foundation programme (AFP) is a competitive programme for medical graduates and forms the initial stage of the integrated clinical academic pathway. The application is complex and targeted educ...

    Authors: Luke F Western, Lawrence A Gillam, Connor JS Moore, Kitty HF Wong and Robert Hinchliffe
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:903
  18. This study examined the validation of a survey instrument to assess attitudes toward professionalism based on the opinions of clinical teachers in Iran and localized it.

    Authors: Adeleh Hosseinizadeh, Mahsa Shakour and Leila Afshar
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:902
  19. Negative attitudes and prejudices towards people with a mental disorder are common across cultures and societies. The stigma associated with mental illness leads to a lower quality of life, given the discrimin...

    Authors: J. M. Rodríguez-Ferrer, A. Manzano-León, C. Fernández-Jiménez, J. M. Aguilar-Parra, A. J. Cangas and A. Luque de la Rosa
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:901
  20. Problem-based learning (PBL) is a common instructional method in undergraduate health professions training. Group interactions with and within PBL curricula may influence learning outcomes, yet few studies hav...

    Authors: Athena Li, Elif Bilgic, Amy Keuhl and Matthew Sibbald
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:900
  21. Physician delivered weight management counseling (WMC) occurs infrequently and physicians report lack of training and poor self-efficacy. The purpose of this study was to develop and test the Video-based Commu...

    Authors: Jamie M. Faro, Angelo D’Addario, Ann M. King, Kathleen M. Mazor, Lori Pbert, Rajani S. Sadasivam, Alan C. Geller, Elizabeth A. Murphy and Judith K. Ockene
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:899
  22. This study aimed to evaluate the acceptance of Peer Physical Examination (PPE) in middle Eastern society with its associate factors, and PPE acceptance during Covid-19 pandemic. The acceptance of PPE is consid...

    Authors: Jameel Soqia, Mohamad Ashraf Shamaa, Dima Alhomsi, Laila Yakoub-Agha, Mhd Basheer Alameer, Rawan Alhomsi, Mohmad Nour Hakok, Rim Khalil and Mazen Zaitouna
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:898
  23. Communication among interprofessional healthcare worker teams is critical to ensure a thriving and resilient workforce. We will evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of the Alda Healthcare Experience (...

    Authors: Heid Preis, Mallory Dobias, Katherine Cohen, Elizabeth Bojsza, Clare Whitney and Susmita Pati
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:897
  24. With a growing interest in simulation-based training to develop clinical proficiency, bootcamps have been utilized for imparting basic skills to medical trainees. While considerable research on the topic exist...

    Authors: Saqib Kamran Bakhshi, Rida Ahmad, Asma Altaf Hussain Merchant, Ali Aahil Noorali, Komal Abdul Rahim, Namra Qadeer Shaikh, Noreen Afzal, Maryam Pyar Ali Lakhdir, Muhammad Shahzad Shamim and Adil Hussain Haider
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:896
  25. Challenges of online education among students of the University of Medical Sciences during the COVID-19 disease pandemic have often gone unrecognized. This study aimed to identify online education’s challenges...

    Authors: Reza Ghanei Gheshlagh, Mehrdad Ahsan, Mojtaba Jafari and Hassan Mahmoodi
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:895
  26. Clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) have teaching potential for health professionals in training clinical reasoning and decision-making, although their use is limited. The objective was to evaluate the effecti...

    Authors: Isabel del Cura-González, Gloria Ariza-Cardiel, Elena Polentinos-Castro, Juan A. López-Rodríguez, Teresa Sanz-Cuesta, Jaime Barrio-Cortes, Blanca Andreu-Ivorra, Ricardo Rodríguez-Barrientos, José F. Ávila-Tomas, Elisa Gallego-Ruiz-de-Elvira, Cristina Lozano-Hernández and Jesús Martín-Fernández
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:893
  27. Radiation Therapists (RTs) are a key professional grouping in the delivery of health services for cancer patients. The education of RTs in New Zealand has evolved in response to regulatory and clinical workfor...

    Authors: Paul Kane, Tehmina Gladman, Sarah Stein and Julie A. Timmermans
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:892
  28. Supervisors play a key part as role models and supporting the learning during residents’ post-graduate medical education, but sometimes lack sufficient pedagogic training and are challenged by high demands in ...

    Authors: Martin Lägervik, Karin Thörne, Sofi Fristedt, Maria Henricson and Berith Hedberg
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:891
  29. Allopathic medicine faces a daunting challenge of selecting the best applicants because of the very high applicant / matriculant ratio. The quality of graduates ultimately reflects the quality of medical pract...

    Authors: A. Peter Eveland, Sabrina R. Wilhelm, Stephanie Wong, Lissett G. Prado and Sanford H. Barsky
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:890
  30. Statistics helps medical students understand research. Without understanding statistics, students can’t choose the proper analysis in their research. We aimed to assess the attitude toward statistics, usage of...

    Authors: Elfatih A. Hasabo, Ghassan E. Mustafa Ahmed, Raed M. Alkhalifa, Mai D. Mahmoud, Sara Emad, Roaa B. Albashir, Mohamed E. Mansour and Elmuiz A. Hsabo
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:889
  31. Mini clinical evaluation exercise (mini-CEX) and objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) are widely acknowledged as effective measures of resident standardization training (RST) in European and Americ...

    Authors: Lin Niu, Yukun Mei, Xiaoqiao Xu, Yi Guo, Zhen Li, Shaojie Dong and Ruirui Liu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:888
  32. Barriers to matriculation into Physician Assistant (PA) programs and entry into the PA profession have disproportionate impact on historically marginalized groups. This study evaluates if U.S. citizenship stat...

    Authors: Mary Showstark, Michael Bessette, Carey L. Barry, Shahpar Najmabadi, Joanne Rolls, Catherine Hamilton, Virginia L. Valentin, Alicia Quella and Trenton Honda
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:887
  33. In 2017, the Bipartisan Policy Center called for inclusion of lifestyle medicine (LM) in undergraduate medical education. Recognizing the requirement that lifestyle medicine should be an integral and integrate...

    Authors: Jumanah Essa-Hadad, Mary CJ Rudolf, Noah Mani and Lilach Malatskey
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:886
  34. The flipped classroom (FC) is a well-known active learning module that activates the prior knowledge of students and promotes their cognitive skills during in-class activities. However, most on-site teaching d...

    Authors: Phichamon Khanittanuphong, Khanin Iamthanaporn and Jongdee Bvonpanttarananon
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:885
  35. In the student-centered modern teaching environment of higher education, the affective domain was of great value to the overall development of medical students and the sustainable development of medical educat...

    Authors: Ziyan Zhang, Qiongyin Hu, Chunyan Xu, Jianmin Zhou and Junhong Li
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:883
  36. The World Health Organization and the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region recommend the self-assessment of public health core competencies to strengthen the proficiency of the public...

    Authors: Katia Iskandar, Chadia Haddad, Aline Hajj, Hala Sacre, Rony M. Zeenny, Marwan Akel and Pascale Salameh
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:882
  37. Acute abdomen is a series of acute and severe abdominal diseases commonly encountered in clinic. It is important to strengthen the image teaching of acute abdomen for undergraduates.

    Authors: Yangsheng Li, Chengcheng Gao, Xiangwen Zhu, Jiying Zhu, Zhongxiang Ding and Zhijiang Han
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:881
  38. Authors: Lina AlQirem, Leen Al-Huneidy, Muhammad Hammouri, Hana Taha, Husam Al-Somadi, Farah Al-Bitar, Razi Kitaneh, Yazan Al-Huneidy, Hussien Al-Somadi, Omar Ashour, Farah Sayed, Dina Mohammed, Raya Abu Tawileh and Abdallah Al-Ani
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:879

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  39. The implementation of follow-up programs for high-risk infants and toddlers aimed to promptly diagnose developmental delays and disorders and initiate early intervention to help improve their developmental sta...

    Authors: Seifollah Heidarabadi, Mohammad Barzegar, Hakimeh Hazrati, Hassan Shahrokhi, Shahrooz Nemati, Nahideh Hasani Khiabani and Zahra Maleki
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:877
  40. A good level of knowledge in dentists is crucial for an early diagnosis of oral cancer (OC). In Latin America there are a few studies of OC knowledge among dentist, those has been performed in Brazil, Colombia...

    Authors: Ana Lilia Gijón-Soriano, Liliana Argueta-Figueroa, Yobana Pérez-Cervera, Alfonso Enrique Acevedo-Mascarúa, Norma Ivonne González-Arratia-López-Fuentes, Martha Adelina Torres-Muñoz, María de los Angeles Moyaho-Bernal and Rafael Torres-Rosas
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:874
  41. Digital teaching and learning tools, such as computer/mobile apps, are becoming an important factor in modern university education. The objective of our study was to introduce, analyze, and assess an organizat...

    Authors: Janosch Goob, Philipp Possert, Markus Klören, Kurt Erdelt, Jan-Frederik Güth, Daniel Edelhoff and Anja Liebermann
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:872

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