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  1. This study aimed to detect interdisciplinary subjects for integration into the medical education program of Iran.

    Authors: Kamran Bagheri Lankarani, Behnam Honarvar, Seyed Aliakbar Faghihi, Mohammad Reza Rahmanian Haghighi, Ahmad Kalateh Sadati, Fatemeh Rafiei, Sayyed Amirreza Hosseini, Amir-Hassan Bordbari, Arash Ziaee and Mohammad Jafar Pooriesa
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:125
  2. Healthcare professionals traditional education reflects constraints to face the complex needs of people with chronic diseases in primary care settings. Since more innovative and practical solutions are require...

    Authors: Débora Koatz, Alezandra Torres-Castaño, Cristina Salrach-Arnau, Lilisbeth Perestelo-Pérez, Vanesa Ramos-García, Ana Isabel González-González, Valeria Pacheco-Huergo, Ana Toledo-Chávarri, Himar González-Pacheco and Carola Orrego
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:121
  3. Assessing trainees is crucial for development of their competence, yet it remains a challenging endeavour. Identifying contributing and influencing factors affecting this process is imperative for improvement.

    Authors: Johannes B. J. Scholte, Johannes C. Strehler, Tatjana Dill and Walther N. K. A. van Mook
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:120
  4. To map the landscape of contemporary surgical education through a competence framework by conducting a systematic literature review on learning outcomes of surgical education and the instructional methods appl...

    Authors: Niklas Pakkasjärvi, Henrika Anttila and Kirsi Pyhältö
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:119
  5. Nurses play an important role in healthcare development. The increasing demands for nurses mean that nursing schools at the undergraduate level have the responsibility to ensure patient safety and quality care...

    Authors: Yuanhao Sun, Xiangdong Li, Haiyang Liu, Yuqing Li, Jiaofeng Gui, Xiaoyun Zhang, Xiaoping Li, Lu Sun, Lin Zhang, Congzhi Wang, Jing Li, Mingming Liu, Dongmei Zhang, Jingyi Gao, Xuefeng Kang, Yunxiao Lei…
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:118
  6. Despite the established need to prioritize professionalism-training in developing future physicians, very few medical programs in the Gulf Region embed in their curricula discrete contextualized courses aimed ...

    Authors: Rasha Buhumaid, Farah Otaki, Katarzyna Czabanowska, Adrian Stanley, Mutairu Ezimokhai, Lisa Jackson and Samuel B. Ho
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:117
  7. Dermatology teaching is fundamental for the promotion of young colleagues in our specialty. However, traditional teaching methods are being scrutinized by students of the ‘Generation Y and Z’, which can pose n...

    Authors: Tobias Kliesener, Madeleine Jandek, Alexander Navarini, Oliver Brandt and Simon Müller
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:116
  8. Medical undergraduate students receive limited education on scholarly publishing. However, publishing experiences during this phase are known to influence study and career paths. The medical bachelor Honours P...

    Authors: Meye Bloothooft, Helena J. M. Pennings and Marcel A. G. van der Heyden
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:115
  9. Clinical competence is essential for providing effective patient care. Clinical Governance (CG) is a framework for learning and assessing clinical competence. A portfolio is a work-placed-based tool for monito...

    Authors: Nastaran Najaffard, Aeen Mohammadi, Rita Mojtahedzadeh and Afagh Zarei
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:114
  10. The concepts of advance care planning (ACP) and advance decisions/directives (ADs) are widely recognized around the world. The Patient Right to Autonomy Act in Taiwan, the first of its kind in Asia, went into ...

    Authors: You-Kang Chang, Yao-Kuang Wu and Tzu-Hung Liu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:112
  11. Recruiting and securing primary care physician workforce has been the center of international attention for decades. In Denmark, the number of general practitioners has decreased by 8.5% since 2013. However, a...

    Authors: Sofie Gjessing, Trine Lignell Guldberg, Torsten Risør, Regitze Gyldenholm Skals and Jette Kolding Kristensen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:111
  12. Collaboration between nurses and doctors is necessary for offering care to patients. Using team performance assessment tools and surveying them can be effective in promoting inter-professional collaboration, a...

    Authors: Davood Rasouli, Azam Norouzi, Ghobad Ramezani and Akram Hashemi
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:110
  13. Burnout is prevalent in medical training. While some institutions have implemented employee-to-employee recognition programs to promote wellness, it is not known how such programs are perceived by resident phy...

    Authors: Jessica S. Tischendorf, Laura K. Krecko, Rachel Filipiak, Fauzia Osman and Amy B. Zelenski
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:109
  14. Twenty five percent of practicing physicians in the US are International Medical Graduates (IMGs) – physicians who completed their medical school training outside of the United States and Canada. There are mul...

    Authors: Daria D. Hunter, Ronna L. Campbell, Aidan F. Mullan, Joel R. Anderson and James L. Homme
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:108
  15. Medical simulation has become an essential teaching method for all health professionals. It not only allows to acquire technical and non-technical knowledge, but also helps the maintenance of acquired knowledg...

    Authors: Aya Hammami, Hela Ghali, Nour Elleuch, Omar Khalil Ben Saad, Hanen Jaziri, Mehdi Ksiaa and Habiba Sik Ali
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:107
  16. In 2009, Yvonne Steinert et al., at McGill University, published a study exploring barriers to faculty development (FD) participation among urban faculty. Over a decade later, we set out to replicate and expan...

    Authors: Udoka Okpalauwaekwe, Carla Holinaty, Tom Smith-Windsor, James W. Barton and Cathy MacLean
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:106
  17. The teaching of palliative care competencies is an essential component of undergraduate medical education. There is significant variance in the palliative care content delivered in undergraduate medical curric...

    Authors: Rebekah Murphy, Christopher J. Barnes, Paula D. Enright, Valerie Gratton and Shirley H. Bush
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:105
  18. The aging population has caused assistive technology (AT) to receive attention. Thus, ensuring accurate user comprehension of AT has become increasingly crucial, and more specialized education for students in ...

    Authors: Peng-Hsu Chen, Hsuan-Wei Ho, Hung-Chou Chen, Ka-Wai Tam, Ju-Chi Liu and Li-Fong Lin
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:101
  19. The Complementary and Alternative Health Belief Questionnaire (CHBQ) measures medical students’ attitudes towards Complementary Medicine (CM). The aim of the study was to examine the validity and reliability o...

    Authors: Maximilian Hinse, Lea Jerzynski, Sylvia Binting, Sonja Kummer, Benno Brinkhaus and Gabriele Rotter
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:99
  20. Novel and comprehensive approaches are needed to address shortcomings in the diversity and inclusiveness of the scientific workforce. In response to this need and informed by multiple programs and data sources...

    Authors: Nancy E. Schoenberg, Jimmy Robinson, Margaret McGladrey, Lisa A. Cassis, Darwin Conwell, Kevin J. Pearson, Lisa R. Tannock, Donna Wilcock and Stephanie White
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:98
  21. Physiology is widely recognized as a difficult course, which can potentially increase students’ withdrawal and failures rates. Several factors are likely contributing to the difficulties in learning physiology...

    Authors: Marcela S. Araújo, André L. Teixeira, Amanda Esteves, Jeann Sabino-Carvalho and Lauro C. Vianna
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:97
  22. To introduce students and healthcare professionals to losses experienced by older adults and instill compassion among interprofessional learners, an interactive narrative simulation activity was developed and ...

    Authors: Donna Prete, Linda Tamburri, Nicole Rolston, Marc Sturgill and Mary Bridgeman
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:96
  23. Competency-based medical education (CBME) is an outcomes-oriented approach focused on developing competencies that translate into clinical practice. Entrustable professional activities (EPAs) bridge competency...

    Authors: Chun-Yuan Tu, Kuo-Ming Huang, Ching-Hsueh Cheng, Wei-Jou Lin, Cheng-Heng Liu and Chih-Wei Yang
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:95
  24. Medical students’ empathy toward patients with Alzheimer’s is rarely found in formal medical curricula. Based on Vygotsky’s theory, watching films and reflection can be considered as effective methods to impro...

    Authors: Mahla Salajegheh, Amir Ali Sohrabpour and Elaheh Mohammadi
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:94
  25. Community-based interprofessional education (CBIPE) has been proven effective in enhancing the interprofessional competencies of medical and health professional students. However, there is a lack of evaluation...

    Authors: Chawin Suwanchatchai, Kitsarawut Khuancharee, Suthee Rattanamongkolgul, Kittipong Kongsomboon, Manasvin Onwan, Anantapat Seeherunwong, Pacharapa Chewparnich, Piyanuch Yoadsomsuay, Pattakorn Buppan, Ormjai Taejarernwiriyakul, Sirikul Thummajitsakul, Pimonporn Chaovipoch, Sunisa Krainara, Pariyakorn Sanguankittiphan, Rattiporn Kosuwin, Pakarang Srimee…
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:93
  26. Despite the importance of discharge planning in physicians’ education, currently in most countries, no identical training is provided. Difficulties in promoting physician discharge planning education in Taiwan...

    Authors: Fang- Yih Liaw, Yaw-Wen Chang and Po-Fang Tsai
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:91
  27. Authors: Robin Klein, Erin D. Snyder, Jennifer Koch, Anna Volerman, Sarah Alba-Nguyen, Katherine A Julian, Vanessa Thompson, Nneka N Ufere, Sherri-Ann M Burnett-Bowie, Anshul Kumar, Bobbie Ann Adair White, Yoon Soo Park and Kerri Palamara
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:90

    The original article was published in BMC Medical Education 2023 23:932

  28. Interprofessional learning is an important approach to preparing residents for collaborative practice. Limited knowledge and readiness of residents for interprofessional learning is considered one of the barri...

    Authors: Dereje Melka, Yonas Baheretibeb and Cynthia Whitehead
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:89
  29. To compare the academic performance of undergraduate students in physical education who studied exercise physiology before and after studying human physiology and investigate students’ perceptions of human phy...

    Authors: Mila Alves Matos Rodrigues, Rizia Rocha Silva, Douglas Assis Teles Santos, João Victor Rosa de Freitas, Paulo Gentil, Carlos Alexandre Vieira, Ana Cristina Silva Rebelo, Marília Santos Andrade, Mário Hebling Campos, Gustavo de Conti Teixeira Costa, Beat Knechtle, Rodrigo Luiz Vancini and Claudio Andre Barbosa de Lira
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:87
  30. Rain Classroom was one of the most popular online learning platforms in Chinese higher education during the pandemic. However, there is little research on user intention under the guidance of technology accept...

    Authors: Hui Lv, Jinghong Low, Siow-kian Tan, Lingjiao Tang and Xuebin Li
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:86
  31. Given the complementary roles of health professionals and journalists in communicating health risks to patients and the public, there have been calls for physicians to work with journalists to improve the qual...

    Authors: Eleanor Fallon, Norma Bargary, Fergal Quinn, Aisling Leavy and Ailish Hannigan
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:84
  32. General pediatricians often initially address children’s musculoskeletal (MSK) issues and play a crucial role in triaging and managing patients’ rheumatologic conditions. This study assessed the effectiveness ...

    Authors: Maynart Sukharomana and Sirirat Charuvanij
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:83

    The Correction to this article has been published in BMC Medical Education 2024 24:207

  33. Medical school candidates must have both the cognitive and professional competencies required to become good physicians. In this commentary, we outline the evidence and outcomes associated with the implementat...

    Authors: Katya Peri and Mark J. Eisenberg
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:82
  34. This study aimed to investigate the career preferences among Bangladeshi medical students, identify the factors that influence their present choices, and additionally report the role of gender and academic yea...

    Authors: Mohammad Azmain Iktidar, Md Muid Sakib, Ummi Rukaiya Munni, Fahmida Hoque Rimti, Renessa Yousuf, Koushik Majumder, Tirtha Saha, Farhat Lamisa Golpo, Md Samee U Sayed, Sabrina Monsur, Asadul Al Galib, Md Kamran Hossain, Sigma Alam Shupti, Noshin Nawar, Sudeshna Mazumder and M. Tasdik Hasan
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:81

    The Correction to this article has been published in BMC Medical Education 2024 24:206

  35. Utilizing Blended pedagogy (BP) in radiographic skills may prove to be an effective teaching strategy. However, studies on the use of BP in dentistry are quite limited in Pakistan, where teaching has mostly be...

    Authors: Marium Iqbal, Jacqueline Maria Dias, Amber Sultan, Hussain Ahmed Raza and Laeeq-uz Zaman
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:80
  36. The physical activity (PA) prescription workshop for physicians, through the global health initiative “Exercise is Medicine” (EIM), has trained more than 4000 health care professionals (HCPs) in Latin America....

    Authors: Diana C. Páez, Johanna Flórez, María Teresa Gómez, Daniel García, Carlos M. Arango-Paternina and John Duperly
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:79
  37. Distributed healthcare settings such as district hospitals, primary care, and public health facilities are becoming the real-life settings for workplace-based learning required to educate the future healthcare...

    Authors: Myrthe J. M. Verhees, Anneke M. Landstra, Rik Engbers, Jur J. Koksma and Roland F. J. M. Laan
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:78
  38. Approaching families of dying or newly deceased patients to donate organs requires specialized knowledge and a mastery of relational communication. As the transplantation field has progressed, Donation Profess...

    Authors: Laura A. Siminoff, Gerard P. Alolod, Hayley McGregor, Richard D. Hasz, Patricia A. Mulvania, Laura K. Barker and Heather M. Gardiner
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:77
  39. Empathy and emotional intelligence are core competencies in the educational curriculum of health science students, both play a significant role in teamwork relationships and in attention patient’s cares; so in...

    Authors: María Encarnación Aguilar-Ferrándiz, Sonia Toledano-Moreno, Antonio Casas-Barragán, Manuel Albornoz-Cabello, Rosa María Tapia-Haro and María Correa-Rodríguez
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:76

    The Correction to this article has been published in BMC Medical Education 2024 24:183

  40. Medical student master’s theses are often carried out as research projects, and some are published as research papers in journals. We investigated the percentage of master’s theses conducted by 5th -year stude...

    Authors: Maria Björklund, Ramin Massoumi and Bodil Ohlsson
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:75
  41. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of implementation of video feedback combined with peer role-playing (PRP) teaching method in medical undergraduates adopting problem-based learnin...

    Authors: Jiwu Wang, Birong Wang, Dan Liu, Yiqun Zhou, Xin Xing, Xianggui Wang and Wei Gao
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:73

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