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  1. Scopophobia can be described in the medical field as the fear of being watched or stared at. Despite the relevance of scopophobia in remote learning scenarios, which have always existed and have been largely e...

    Authors: Mateus Sudário Alencar, Marcos Kubrusly, Claudia Maria Costa de Oliveira, Bianca Oriá Almada de Aquino, Isadora Néri Viana, Pedro Iughetti Morais and Hermano Alexandre Lima Rocha
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:221
  2. Student-led clinics (SLC) have been described, but not in gynecology. Gynecology is a subject typically covered in the last terms of medical training, however it includes few opportunities for students to tack...

    Authors: Caroline Lilliecreutz, Anna Clara Spetz Holm, Madeleine Abrandt Dahlgren and Marie Blomberg
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:218
  3. Rural medical training experiences provided by Rural Clinical Schools (RCS) can encourage future practice in rural locations. However, the factors influencing students’ career choices are not well understood. ...

    Authors: Susan Williams, David Gonzalez-Chica, Katrina Morgan, Bronwyn Herde, Lawrie McArthur and Lucie Walters
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:217
  4. Standardized patient (SP) simulations are well-recognized patterns for practicing clinical skills and interactions. Our previous study showed that a simulation program using occupational SP for Traditional Chi...

    Authors: Jinhao Zeng, Shuang Liang, Xiaoxu Fu, Jing Guo, Yaolin Bai, Shan Zhou, Quanyu Du, Zhenxing Wang, Xiyu Zhang, Sihan Peng, Lijuan Wen, Wenyuan Li, Bin Li, Han Yang and Yi Zhang
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:216
  5. An equitable supply and distribution of medical practitioners for all the population is an important issue, especially in Australia where 28% of the population live in rural and remote areas. Research identifi...

    Authors: Louise Young, Emily Anderson, Tiana Gurney, Lawrie McArthur, Matthew McGrail, Belinda O’Sullivan and Aaron Hollins
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:215
  6. Shortly after the World Health Organization declared the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak a worldwide pandemic, medical school governing bodies issued guidance recommending pausing clinical rotations. Prior to the availabi...

    Authors: Stephen Esguerra, Fiona Thuy Chiu, Alyssa Espinoza, Dan Williams and Amy Clithero-Eridon
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:214
  7. Burnout and depression among health professions education (HPE) students continue to rise, leading to unwanted effects that ultimately jeopardise optimal medical care and patient health. Promoting the resilien...

    Authors: Majed Mohammed Wadi, Muhamad Saiful Bahri Yusoff, Mohamed Hassan Taha, Sarra Shorbagi, Nik Ahmad Zuky Nik Lah and Ahmad Fuad Abdul Rahim
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:213
  8. Studies that have investigated the effect options’ number in MCQ tests used in the assessments of senior medical students are scarce. This study aims to compare exam psychometrics between three- and five-optio...

    Authors: Manar Al-lawama and Ben Kumwenda
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:212
  9. Person-centred care is integral to high-quality health service provision, though concepts vary and the literature is complex. Validated instruments that measure person-centred practitioner skills, and behaviou...

    Authors: Anne van Dongen, Duncan Stewart, Jack Garry and Jim McCambridge
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:211
  10. Dismantling structural inequities in health care requires that physicians understand the impacts of social determinants of health (SDH). Although many medical schools incorporate SDH education, integration of ...

    Authors: Krisandra Kneer, Erik Zhang, Tyler Harkness, Timothy Lahey and Karen M. Lounsbury
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:210
  11. Anaesthesia personnel are an integral part of an interprofessional operating room-team; hence, team-based training in non-technical skills (NTS) are important in preventing adverse events. Quite a few studies ...

    Authors: Anne Strand Finstad, Ingunn Aase, Conrad Arnfinn Bjørshol and Randi Ballangrud
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:208
  12. The growing demand for more efficient, timely, and safer health services, together with insufficient resources, put unprecedented pressure on health systems worldwide. This challenge has motivated the applicat...

    Authors: Luis Montesinos, David Ernesto Salinas-Navarro and Alejandro Santos-Diaz
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:207
  13. Authors: Felicia Kneifel, Haluk Morgul, Shadi Katou, Jens P. Hölzen, Benjamin Strücker, Mazen Juratli, Andreas Pascher and Felix Becker
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:206

    The original article was published in BMC Medical Education 2023 23:115

  14. Substance misuse teaching within the undergraduate medical curriculum has been underrepresented compared to more traditional medical topics. In response several national curriculum reviews such as the most rec...

    Authors: Senthan Rudrakumar, Natasha Varshney and Reverend David Taylor
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:205
  15. In view of the exponential use of the CanMEDS framework along with the lack of rigorous evidence about its applicability in workplace-based medical trainings, further exploring is necessary before accepting th...

    Authors: Vasiliki Andreou, Sanne Peters, Jan Eggermont, Mieke Embo, Nele R. Michels and Birgitte Schoenmakers
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:204
  16. This study aims to identify the characteristics and future directions of online medical education in the context of the novel coronavirus outbreak new through visual analytics using CiteSpace and VOSviewer bib...

    Authors: Huijiao Deng, Yi Jiang, Qinrong Han, Xingyu Zhou, Siyang Zhong, Kai Hu and Lin Yang
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:203
  17. The increasing prevalence of COVID-19 affected all aspects of life, including education. Communication and interaction are vital in any form of education. This study explained health profession educators’ and ...

    Authors: Shahin Salarvand, Masoumeh-Sadat Mousavi and Majid Rahimi
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:201
  18. Research capacity and capability of rural health professionals is essential to the delivery of evidence-based care and for informing strategies to address rural health inequities. Effective implementation of r...

    Authors: Claire Quilliam, Anna Wong Shee, Denise Corboy, Kristen Glenister, Olivia King, Kevin Mc Namara, Laura Alston, Drew Aras, Alison Beauchamp and Carol McKinstry
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:200
  19. One of the many identities a physician comes to form during their career is their identity as an educator. Exploring formation of this identity may enrich our understanding of how physicians make decisions rel...

    Authors: Lulu Alwazzan, Ruaa AlHarithy, Hend M Alotaibi, Thuraya Kattan, Monira Alnasser and Taif AlNojaidi
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:199
  20. Students´ assessment should be carried out in an effective and objective manner, which reduces the possibility of different evaluators giving different scores, thus influencing the qualification obtained and t...

    Authors: Nuria Escribano, Virginia Belliard, Bruno Baracco, Dayana Da Silva, Laura Ceballos and M. Victoria Fuentes
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:197
  21. Medical schools are reported to be less accessible to students with non-traditional backgrounds. These students face barriers when applying for and transitioning to medical school, which may be reduced by offe...

    Authors: S. Fikrat-Wevers, W. E. De Leng, W. W. Van Den Broek, A. M. Woltman and K. M. Stegers-Jager
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:196
  22. The global spread of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has led to the use of online teaching methods in universities, but the effect of online education on dermatology teaching remains unclear.

    Authors: Ben Wang, Mi Zhang, Zhixiang Zhao, Yingxue Huang, Ji Li, Xiang Chen, Juan Su and Mei Yi
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:195
  23. The Progress Test Medizin (PTM) is a 200-question formative test that is administered to approximately 11,000 students at medical universities (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) each term. Students receive feedba...

    Authors: Miriam Sieg, Iván Roselló Atanet, Mihaela Todorova Tomova, Uwe Schoeneberg, Victoria Sehy, Patrick Mäder and Maren März
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:193
  24. The prevalence of diabetes is increasing rapidly worldwide. Nurses work collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams to improve diabetes management. Yet, little is known about nurses’ role in nutritional manag...

    Authors: Mahsa Farzaei, Shahla Shahbazi, Neda Gilani, Alireza Ostadrahimi and Leila Gholizadeh
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:192
  25. Despite patient safety initiatives, medical errors remain common and devastating. Disclosing errors is not only ethical, but also promotes restoration of the doctor-patient relationship. However, studies show ...

    Authors: Dirkie Swinfen, Mathys Labuschagne and Gina Joubert
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:191
  26. Medical school is a challenging time, with many medical students reporting symptoms of burnout, depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, and psychological distress during pre-clinical and clinical years. First-...

    Authors: DeWitt Jones, Monet McCalla and Elizabeth A. Beverly
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:190
  27. Over the last decade, developments in e-Learning and technologies are creating the groundwork for health sciences and medical education. Literature demonstrates that we have yet to reach any form of consensus ...

    Authors: Habib Noorbhai and Tinuade Adekunbi Ojo
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:189
  28. Many students report feeling inadequately prepared for their clinical experiences in pediatrics. There is striking variability on how pediatric clinical skills are taught in pre-clerkship curricula.

    Authors: Adam Weinstein, Peter MacPherson, Suzanne Schmidt, Elizabeth Van Opstal, Erica Chou, Mark Pogemiller, Kathleen Gibbs and Melissa Held
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:188
  29. Our study determined Multiple Mini-Interview (MMI) effectiveness in evaluating specific skill sets based on medical students’ performances during the undergraduate years and compared the academic performances ...

    Authors: Faiza Alam, Ya Chee Lim, Li Ling Chaw, Fazean Idris and Kenneth Yuh Yen Kok
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:187
  30. This study aims to qualitatively examine the readiness of medical students to change to virtual clerkship (VC) during the pandemic, from both the faculty and students’ perspectives.

    Authors: Hiba Bawadi, Ayad Al-Moslih, Rula Shami, Xiangyun Du, Alla El-Awaisi, Hanan Abdul Rahim and Ghadir Fakhri Al-Jayyousi
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:186
  31. Faculty development (FD) programs are critical for providing the knowledge and skills necessary to drive positive change in health professions education, but they take many forms to attain the program goals. T...

    Authors: Mary Haas, Justin Triemstra, Marty Tam, Katie Neuendorf, Katherine Reckelhoff, Rachel Gottlieb-Smith, Ryan Pedigo, Suzy McTaggart, John Vasquez, Edward M. Hundert, Bobbie Berkowitz, Holly J. Humphrey and Larry D. Gruppen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:185

    The Correction to this article has been published in BMC Medical Education 2023 23:289

  32. Mainstream medical education remains largely focused on national health issues. Therefore, in order to expose medical students to international health issues, it is beneficial to facilitate international medic...

    Authors: Gianluca Quaglio, John Bosco Nsubuga, Donald Maziku, Ademe Tsegaye, Nicoletta Parise, Chiara Cavagna, Peter Lochoro, Maria Grazia Strepparava, Liviana Da Dalt, Sam Okori, Alessandra Gatta, Adrien Mbiya Kamunga and Giovanni Putoto
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:184
  33. Medical educators in academia have faced challenges incorporating leadership training into curricula while minimizing redundancy and assuring value and relevance for all learners. This study aims to assess the...

    Authors: Yousef Alluhaymid, Abdulaziz Alalwan and Abdulmajeed Alruwaitea
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:183
  34. Position transition training for general practitioners in Zhejiang Province started in 2017 and has since been held once a year. By the beginning of 2022, four training sessions were completed. The purpose of ...

    Authors: Hongli Qin, Shuai Li, Juanjuan Liu, Jingjing Ren and Meiyue Yu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:182
  35. The rapid introduction of technical innovations in healthcare requires that professionals are adequately prepared for correct clinical use of medical technology. In response to the technological transformation...

    Authors: Marleen Groenier, Koen Spijkerboer, Lisanne Venix, Lars Bannink, Saskia Yperlaan, Quinten Eyck, Jeannette G. van Manen and Heleen A. Th. Miedema
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:181
  36. Anti-Black racism is prevalent in medicine, and anti-racism training is needed in medical education. One such training is the Presence 5 for Racial Justice (P5RJ) Curriculum which covers evidence-based anti-ra...

    Authors: Baffour Kyerematen, Raquel Garcia, Joy Cox, Donna M. Zulman and Megha Shankar
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:180
  37. Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) is a growing speciality in the United Kingdom (UK). This growth has not been replicated in SEM teaching at an undergraduate level and SEM-related topics in schools of medicine...

    Authors: Dane Vishnubala, Adil Iqbal, Katherine Marino, Tej Pandya, David Salman, Andy Pringle, Camilla Nykjaer, Peter Bazira, David Eastwood and Gabrielle Finn
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:179
  38. The simulation is one of the basic methods of medical education, which is often used for procedural skills training. However, the existing simulator lacks internal anatomical landmarks. The study developed a m...

    Authors: Xiaojing Huang, Zhaoxia Yan, Chao Gong, Zheliang Zhou, Hua Xu, Chunhui Qin and Zhenwei Wang
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:178
  39. Ultrasound assessment of the airway recently integrates the point-of-care approach to patient evaluation since ultrasound measurements can predict a difficult laryngoscopy and tracheal intubation. Because ultr...

    Authors: Sara Hora Gomes, Marta Trindade, Cristina Petrisor, Dinis Costa, Jorge Correia-Pinto, Patrício S. Costa and José M. Pêgo
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:177
  40. Academic performance factors, such as school-leaving grades and other academic indicators for selection, play a significant role in student success. The study aimed to determine the best predictors of academic...

    Authors: Judith Bruce, Sfiso Emmanuel Mabizela and Amme Mardulate Tshabalala
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:176
  41. Telementoring seems to be a promising strategy to deliver training and counselling to physicians in remote areas. In Peru, early graduated physicians must work for the Rural and Urban-Edge Health Service Progr...

    Authors: Leonardo Rojas-Mezarina, Stefan Escobar-Agreda, Max Chahuara-Rojas, Javier Silva-Valencia, Daniel Hector Espinoza-Herrera, C. Mahony Reátegui-Rivera, Miguel Moscoso-Porras, Juan Quispe-Gamarra and Gerardo Ronceros
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:175
  42. The Covid-19 crisis sparked service reconfigurations in healthcare systems worldwide. With postgraduate medical education sitting within these systems, service reconfigurations substantially impact trainees an...

    Authors: M. E. W. M. Silkens, K. Alexander, R. Viney, C. O’Keeffe, S. Taylor, L. M. Noble and A. Griffin
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:174
  43. Recent data on the teaching of “spirituality and health” (S/H) in medical schools are needed. In this study, we aimed to investigate the current status of S/H teaching in Brazilian medical schools, the opinion...

    Authors: Giancarlo Lucchetti, Paulo Othavio de Araujo Almeida, Elena Zuliani Martin, Leonardo Garcia Góes, Keylla Cássia Gomes Cotta, Andressa Correia Lima, Oscarina da Silva Ezequiel and Alessandra Lamas Granero Lucchetti
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:172
  44. Successful implementation of preventive measures and level of awareness in particular among university students in Afghanistan could play a crucial role in spreading the information for better control of the o...

    Authors: Rahmatullah Sirat, Mohammad Sediq Sahrai, Bilal Ahmad Rahimi, Abdullah Asady and Abdul Wahed Wasiq
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2023 23:171

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