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  1. In recent years, complex and rapidly changing healthcare settings have placed high demands on nursing graduates, who must effectively assume new professional roles with a wide variety of competencies. However,...

    Authors: Mirko Prosen and Sabina Ličen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:755
  2. This study aimed to determine the impact of implementing instructional educational games on attaining the intended learning outcomes mapped with the competencies of a pharmacy practice experience course, and t...

    Authors: Mariam Dabbous, Fouad Sakr, Jihan Safwan, Marwan Akel, Diana Malaeb, Mohamad Rahal and Anwar Kawtharani
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:753
  3. The embedded participant (EP) plays a key role during a full scale/high-fidelity simulation (HFS) session. He/she is expected to guide the learner towards the achievement of the educational objectives of the s...

    Authors: Ayça Koca, Sophie Schlatter, Quentin Delas, Lucas Denoyel, Jean-Jacques Lehot, Marc Lilot and Thomas Rimmelé
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:751
  4. Studies have shown the clinical benefits of laparoscopic simulator training. Decreasing numbers of operations by surgical residents have further increased the need for surgical simulator training. However, man...

    Authors: Ninos Oussi, Emil Forsberg, Michael Dahlberg and Lars Enochsson
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:749
  5. The implementation of competency-based medical education and utilization of competence committees (CC) represents a paradigm shift in residency education. This qualitative study aimed to explore the methods us...

    Authors: Colleen Curtis, Aliya Kassam, Jason Lord and Lara J. Cooke
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:748
  6. Skill-based practice (e.g., communication skills) is important for individuals to incorporate into students' learning and can be challenging in large classes. Simulation-based education (SBE) is a method where...

    Authors: Elizabeth Orsega-Smith, Tara Leonard, Laurie Ruggiero, Nicolette Amato and Jamie O’Hara
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:747
  7. Primary care has been under-represented in its contribution to the academic literature base on Covid-19 developments. We sought to understand how teaching and learning was modified and developed by primary car...

    Authors: Michael Harrison, Lauren Hall and Hugh Alberti
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:746
  8. The COVID-19 pandemic led many educational institutions to shift to online courses, making blended education a significant trend in teaching. We examined the effectiveness of blended learning in an evidence-ba...

    Authors: Yi Zhang, Jiarui Liu, Jun Liang, Jie Lang, Lijia Zhang, Mingwen Tang, Xinyu Chen, Yan Xie, Jianlin Zhang, Liyu Su and Xin Wang
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:744
  9. Neonatal resuscitation training in a simulated delivery room environment is a new paradigm in pediatric medical education. The purpose of this research is to highlight team-based simulation as an effective met...

    Authors: Roya Farhadi, Bita Khalili Azandehi, Fattane Amuei, Mozhgan Ahmadi, Atefeh Zabihi Zazoly and Ali Asghar Ghorbani
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:743
  10. Limited human resource for health may impede the attainment of health-related sustainable development goals in low-income countries. This study aims to identify migration factors among final-year students of h...

    Authors: Temitope Olumuyiwa Ojo, Blessing Pelumi Oladejo, Bolade Kehinde Afolabi, Ayomide Damilola Osungbade, Princely Chukwunenye Anyanwu and Ikeme Shaibu-Ekha
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:742
  11. Physical therapists (PTs) work in diverse communities with individuals whose identities and beliefs may differ significantly from their own. Academic institutions must include intentional curriculum aimed at g...

    Authors: Paula A. DiBiasio, Srikant Vallabhajosula and Heidi J. Eigsti
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:741
  12. Breaking bad news (BBN) is inevitable in medicine and is one of the most important and difficult professional tasks of physicians. The main aims of this study are to evaluate residents’ practice of BBN and ide...

    Authors: Maryam Mansoursamaei, Atefeh Ghanbari Jolfaei, Mehdi Zandi, Ali Mansoursamaei and Razieh Salehian
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:740
  13. There are some gaps between the training of drug information service competencies for medical staff and drug information patients need in China.

    Authors: Rong Huang, Yuankai Huang, Jiayuan Liu and Lei Chen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:739
  14. Professional identity formation (PIF) is recognized worldwide as an outcome of medical education grounded in the psychology of adult development and the literature on medical professionalism. However, instrume...

    Authors: Gabrielle Leite Silveira, Verna Monson, Paula Cristina Eiras Poço, Ahmed Haydar, Sigisfredo Luis Brenelli, Fabiana Moreira Passos Succi, Guilherme de Menezes Succi, Milton de Arruda Martins and Patrícia Zen Tempski
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:738
  15. In the absence of a similar study in the Lebanese context, this study aimed to validate the content of the specialized competencies frameworks of academic pharmacists (educators, researchers, and clinical prec...

    Authors: Jihan Safwan, Marwan Akel, Hala Sacre, Chadia Haddad, Fouad Sakr, Aline Hajj, Rony M. Zeenny, Katia Iskandar and Pascale Salameh
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:737
  16. Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the gold standard approach in physiotherapy, and it is essential that students are aware that it is the appropriate way to provide the patient with the best possible treatment....

    Authors: Igor Sancho, Maialen Araolaza-Arrieta, Iker Villanueva-Ruiz and Ane Arbillaga-Etxarri
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:736
  17. The popularity of short-term global health experiences amongst US medical students has been increasing. However, it remains a challenge for medical schools to comprehensively prepare students to work in an int...

    Authors: Natasha Mehta, Caroline Fernandes, Christopher Llerena, Stevan Weine and Maarten C. Bosland
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:735
  18. Peer education is an education model applied to change knowledge, behavior, and attitude in groups equal to each other regarding age, education, and status. This model is preferred in universities to improve t...

    Authors: Nermin Sakru, Feza Irem Aldi, Berrak Cakmakci, Furkan Arabaci and Erkut Afyoncu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:733
  19. Patients who have short peripheral venous catheters (PVC) face an elevated risk of developing bloodstream infections. Preventing catheter-related infections relies on implementing multiple measures, including ...

    Authors: Mathilde Farizon, Sandra dos Santos, Lucas Richard, Agnès Petiteau, Anne-Sophie Valentin and Nathalie van der Mee-Marquet
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:731
  20. Limited information exists regarding how medical students’ specialty interests evolve throughout medical school, particularly interest in surgical versus non-surgical specialties. Our objective was to identify...

    Authors: Naveen Karthik, Marjorie Greenfield and Todd Otteson
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:730
  21. The effectiveness of simulation-based training for skill acquisition is widely recognized. However, the impact of simulation-based procedural training (SBPT) on pre-clerkship medical students and the retention...

    Authors: Kaumudee Kodikara, Thilanka Seneviratne and Ranjan Premaratna
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:729
  22. Communication skills training in patient centered communication is an integral part of the medical undergraduate education and has been shown to improve various components of communication. While the effects o...

    Authors: Leif Berglund, Johanna von Knorring and Aleksandra McGrath
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:728
  23. As digital learning becomes more prevalent and important in health professions education, learning technologists play increasingly central roles in designing and delivering learning materials. However, little ...

    Authors: Siew Ping Han, Muhammad Raihan Jumat and Jennifer Anne Cleland
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:727
  24. Faculty retention in medical sciences universities is one of the most important values for the survival of the educational system. This study aimed to explore the viewpoint of faculty members of medical scienc...

    Authors: Elaheh Mohammadi and Mahla Salajegheh
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:725
  25. The incidence and mortality rates of cancer are rapidly increasing worldwide. This study aimed to assess the knowledge of common cancers among new-entry health science students in Japan and Vietnam, thereby pr...

    Authors: Nhu Thi Hanh Vu, Tam Thao Tuyet Tran, Duc Trong Quach, Shunsuke Miyauchi, Mahoko Yoshida, Yuri Okamoto, Dat Minh Lu, Linh Le Tran, Mai Ngoc Luu and Toru Hiyama
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:724
  26. Point-of-care Ocular Ultrasound (POCOUS) has gained importance in emergency medicine and intensive care in recent years. This work aimed to establish and evaluate a dedicated ultrasound education program for l...

    Authors: Johannes Matthias Weimer, Maximilian Rink, Thomas Vieth, Jonas Lauff, Andreas Weimer, Lukas Müller, Marie Stäuber, Sebastian R. Reder, Holger Buggenhagen, Henrik Bellhäuser, Roman Kloeckner, Julian Künzel, Esther M. Hoffmann and Anna Würde
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:723
  27. With the prevalence of new technologies and evolving student learning styles, virtual teaching methods have become increasingly popular. As a result, more and more students are opting to learn online. However,...

    Authors: Zahra Karimian, Asieh Barkhor, Manoosh Mehrabi and Laleh Khojasteh
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:722
  28. Equity redress in the higher education and health sectors is a global discourse that seeks to address the inequalities caused by past discrimination practices. The apartheid regime in South Africa fragmented b...

    Authors: Moraba Meela, Beverley Kramer and Elena Libhaber
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:721
  29. Entrustable Professional Activities (EPA) and competencies represent components of a competency-based education framework. EPAs are assessed based on the level of supervision (LOS) necessary to perform the act...

    Authors: Richard B. Mink, Carol L. Carraccio, Bruce E. Herman, Pnina Weiss, David A. Turner, Diane E. J. Stafford, Kathleen A. McGann, Jennifer Kesselheim, Deborah C. Hsu, Pamela C. High, Jill J. Fussell, Megan L. Curran, Patricia R. Chess, Cary Sauer, Sarah Pitts, Angela L. Myers…
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:720
  30. Even though a lot of scholars have been looking at outpatient education lately because it has become more popular and they want to know about its successes, failures, and problems, we have not been able to fin...

    Authors: Marziyeh Barzegar, Seyed Aliakbar Faghihi, Mitra Amini, Nahid Zarifsanaiey and Elham Boushehri
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:719
  31. Quality of care and patient safety rely on the ability of interprofessional teams to collaborate effectively. This can be trained through interprofessional simulation-based education (IPSE). Patient safety als...

    Authors: Torben Nordahl Amorøe, Hans Rystedt, Lena Oxelmark, Peter Dieckmann and Paulin Andréll
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:717
  32. Intellectual disability (ID) involves impairment of general mental abilities, restricting the participation of individuals in conceptual, social and practical activities. Consequently, rehabilitation services ...

    Authors: Maxwell Peprah Opoku, Hala Elhoweris, Michael Amponteng, William Nketsia, Eric Lawer Torgbenu and Reuben Saah
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:714
  33. Medical education has shifted from passive forms of teaching to more active learning strategies, particularly in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Research has discussed the challenges and disadvantages assoc...

    Authors: Kung-Chen Ho, Tun-Sung Huang, Jiunn-Chang Lin and Huihua-Kenny Chiang
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:713
  34. Training health care providers to administer visual inspection after application of acetic acid (VIA) is paramount in improving cervical cancer screening services for women in low- and middle-income countries....

    Authors: Thea Beate Brevik, Lara Rodrigues da Matta Calegari, Isabel Mosquera Metcalfe, Petter Laake, Mauricio Maza, Partha Basu, Adam Todd and Andre L. Carvalho
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:712
  35. The imbalanced supply of physicians in different specialties and the decreasing number of young doctors in China have made it important to understand specialty preference and influencing factors and to evaluat...

    Authors: Shuangwen Wang and Xiaoqian Deng
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:711
  36. The ability of teachers to organize classes and manage the behavior of their students is critical in achieving positive educational outcomes. The aim of this study was to explain the experiences of nursing fac...

    Authors: Shahin Salarvand, Reyhaneh Niknejad and Razak M. Gyasi
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:709
  37. To continue education during the COVID-19 pandemic, we implemented a Virtual Education Platform (VEP) and Virtual Visiting Professorship (VVP) in March 2020 into our plastic surgery residency curriculum. This ...

    Authors: Siyou Song, Audrey Nguyen, Micaela Rosser, Gabriela Steiner and Esther A. Kim
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:708
  38. Previous studies have explored the stress and turnover intention of healthcare workers, but as important backup talents in the healthcare system, resident physicians have received little attention from researc...

    Authors: Qingwen Jia, Yi Qu, Huisheng Huo, Hongxia Yin, Meijun Jiang and Dianping You
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:707

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  39. The study aims to examine students’ perceptions of factors that impact students’ performance in the Human Physiology course at HU’s College of Applied Health Sciences and their suggestions for improvement.

    Authors: Raed Halalsheh, Amneh Al-Rawashdeh and Eman Rababah
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:705
  40. Transgender people face significantly greater discrimination and health disparities in health care settings than cisgender people. The role of education in eliminating this phenomenon has been increasingly rec...

    Authors: Polychronis Voultsos, Angeliki Papana, Stella Alexandri and Christina-Erato Zymvragou
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:704

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