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  1. The Education and Training Centre for Public Healthcare of the National Medical Centre plays a key role in providing continuing professional development (CPD) to 221 public health and medical institutions in S...

    Authors: Claire Junga Kim, Hyojung Mo and Ji Young Lee
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:261
  2. It is well recognised that medical students need to acquire certain procedural skills during their medical training, however, agreement on the level and acquisition of competency to be achieved in these skills...

    Authors: Patricia Green, Elizabeth J. Edwards and Marion Tower
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:259
  3. Evaluate the efficiency of using an artificial intelligence reading label system in the diabetic retinopathy grading training of junior ophthalmology resident doctors and medical students.

    Authors: Ruoan Han, Weihong Yu, Huan Chen and Youxin Chen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:258
  4. In mid-March 2020, the coronavirus pandemic led to a national lockdown in Germany. Face-to-face teaching was cancelled in universities for the 2020 summer semester. Teaching moved online with no prior IT testi...

    Authors: Katrin Hertrampf, Hans-Jürgen Wenz, Hanna Kaduszkiewicz and Katja Goetz
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:257
  5. Diagnostic errors are a major cause of preventable patient harm. Studies suggest that presenting inaccurate diagnostic suggestions can cause errors in physicians’ diagnostic reasoning processes. It is common p...

    Authors: J. Staal, M. Speelman, R. Brand, J. Alsma and L. Zwaan
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:256
  6. The ‘MED-WELL’ programme is a combined exercise and educational intervention designed to promote well-being among medical students and educate students about prescribing exercise as medicine in clinical practi...

    Authors: Aubree Worobetz, Andrew O’ Regan, Monica Casey, Peter Hayes, Mike O’ Callaghan, Jane C. Walsh, Enrique García Bengoechea, Catherine Woods, Deirdre McGrath and Liam G. Glynn
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:255
  7. Indonesia has applied a national competency exit-examination for medical graduates since 2014, called The Indonesia Medical Doctor National Competency Examination (IMDNCE). This examination is administered to ...

    Authors: Prattama Santoso Utomo, Amandha Boy Timor Randita, Rilani Riskiyana, Felicia Kurniawan, Irwin Aras, Cholis Abrori and Gandes Retno Rahayu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:254
  8. Computer-based education is gaining popularity in healthcare professional development education due to ease of distribution and flexibility. However, there are concerns regarding user engagement. This pilot st...

    Authors: Rand Hussein, Rosemary Killeen and Kelly Grindrod
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:253
  9. As most countries, Switzerland is experiencing a shortage of physicians especially in general practice and new medical education tracks with respective focusses have been started in response. This study invest...

    Authors: Stefan Markun, Ryan Tandjung, Thomas Rosemann, Nathalie Scherz and Oliver Senn
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:252
  10. Peer-led tutorials are widely used in medical education to promote practical skills acquisition and support faculty staff. Typically, student tutors are custom trained for this specific task. We investigated w...

    Authors: A. Homberg, S. Ziegler, C. Mahler, J. H. Schultz, S. Loukanova and J. Hundertmark
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:251
  11. Acquiring medical knowledge is a key competency for medical students and a lifelong requirement for physicians. Learning techniques can improve academic success and help students cope with stressors. To suppor...

    Authors: Anne Franz, Sebastian Oberst, Harm Peters, Ralph Berger and Ronja Behrend
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:250
  12. Involvement of undergraduate health professions students (HPS) in research will facilitate evidence-based clinical practice among future healthcare practitioners. This study aimed to assess research involvemen...

    Authors: Blaise Kiyimba, Linda Atulinda, Racheal Nalunkuma, Ignatius Asasira, Jonathan Kabunga, Davis Banturaki, Anastacia Ssebbowa Nabyonga, Rachel Nakiganda, Rachael Ndyabawe, Jonathan Nkalubo, Nelson Ssewante, Felix Bongomin and Sabrina Bakeera-Kitaka
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:249
  13. Research shows that there are connections among academic burnout, resilience, and life satisfaction in medical students. However, no study has yet examined the temporal relationships between academic burnout, ...

    Authors: Qinghua Wang, Wei Sun and Huazhang Wu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:248
  14. Many residents experience their transitions, such as from medical student to resident, as demanding and stressful. The challenges they face are twofold: coping with changes in tasks or responsibilities and per...

    Authors: Gerbrich Galema, Robbert Duvivier, Jan Pols, Debbie Jaarsma and Götz Wietasch
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:247
  15. Benefits of intercalation during an undergraduate medical degree are well-recognized. The University of Hong Kong implemented a compulsory Enrichment Year (EY) in its Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surge...

    Authors: Eric Yuk Fai Wan, Zhihao Li, Kai Sing Sun, Karina Hiu Yen Chan, Will Ho Gi Cheng, Julie Yun Chen, Weng Yee Chin, Tai Pong Lam, George Lim Tipoe, Gordon Tin Chun Wong, Sarah So Ching Chan and Cindy Lo Kuen Lam
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:246
  16. Healthcare professionals’ empathetic behaviors have been known to lead to higher satisfaction levels and produce better health outcomes for patients. However, empathy could decrease over time especially during...

    Authors: Chou Chuen YU, Laurence TAN, Mai Khanh LE, Bernard TANG, Sok Ying LIAW, Tanya TIERNEY, Yun Ying HO, Beng Eng Evelyn LIM, Daphne LIM, Reuben NG, Siew Chin CHIA and James Alvin LOW
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:245
  17. Lumbar puncture (LP) is a commonly performed medical procedure in a wide range of indications. Virtual reality (VR) provides a stimulating, safe and efficient learning environment. We report the design and the...

    Authors: Agathe Vrillon, Laurent Gonzales-Marabal, Pierre-François Ceccaldi, Patrick Plaisance, Eric Desrentes, Claire Paquet and Julien Dumurgier
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:244
  18. Although there is an increasing amount of research on the use of structured behavioural assessment instruments for non-technical skills in a simulation or clinical setting, there is currently little research i...

    Authors: Fiona M. Flynn, Berit T. Valeberg, Pia C. Bing-Jonsson, Anne M. Lyberg and Siri Tønnessen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:243
  19. Programme developers have the responsibility of ongoing programme renewal and evaluation to ensure that curricula remain responsive to rapidly changing educational and healthcare contexts. In reporting on prog...

    Authors: Elize Archer, Susan Camille van Schalkwyk, Mariette Volschenk and Anna Maria Susanna Schmutz
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:242
  20. The shortage of healthcare workers is becoming a serious global problem. The underlying reasons may be specific to the healthcare system in each country. Over the past decade, medicine has become an increasing...

    Authors: Ruoxin Zhang, Jianfeng Pei, Yanli Wang, Lei Wang, Yeerzhati Yeerjiang, Haifeng Gao and Wanghong Xu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:241
  21. Partnership programs between medical students and patients provide students with non-clinical experiences that enhance medical learning, especially with respect to humanistic care. We explored the perceptions ...

    Authors: Candace Nayman, Jeffrey Do, Alexa Goodbaum, Kaylee Eady and Katherine Moreau
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:240
  22. Internationally, medical selection relies heavily on prior academic attainment which has an adverse impact on the diversity of selected students. Since non-academic attributes are also important, this study ai...

    Authors: Diantha Soemantri, Ardi Findyartini, Sophie Yolanda, Emma Morley and Fiona Patterson
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:239
  23. Proper inhaler device usage is paramount for control of underlying obstructive airway disease. Hence, education to healthcare professionals who will eventually educate patients need to be done effectively. We ...

    Authors: Ser Hon Puah, Chee Yen Goh, Chung Leung Chan, Amy Kui Jie Teoh, Hao Zhang, Zhiqi Shen and Lay Ping Neo
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:238
  24. The seminar-case learning (SCL) method is a case-oriented teaching model, with teachers and students as the main body of teaching, characterized by communication, interaction, and mutual inspiration. This stud...

    Authors: Wei-wei Chang, Li-jun Zhu, Li-ying Wen, Jian-gen Song, Yun-fei Zou and Yue-long Jin
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:237
  25. Measurement for improvement is an integral component of quality improvement (QI) trainings and demonstrates whether a change resulted in an improvement. Despite its critical role, the development of measuremen...

    Authors: Zuneera Khurshid, Aoife De Brún and Eilish McAuliffe
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:236
  26. Dental residents in Guangdong, China, had fewer medical practice opportunities because of the pandemic of COVID-19. This study aimed to evaluate whether a case-based learning (CBL) approach using a periodontal...

    Authors: Wenjun Zhu, Rongmei Feng and Yun Fu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:234
  27. A major barrier to adequate headache care is the relative lack of formal education and training of healthcare professionals. Concerted efforts should be made to pinpoint major gaps in knowledge in healthcare p...

    Authors: Thien Phu Do, Mikala Dømgaard, Simon Stefansen, Espen Saxhaug Kristoffersen, Messoud Ashina and Jakob Møller Hansen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:233
  28. Authors: Sophie Wurth, Julia Sader, Bernard Cerutti, Barbara Broers, M. Nadia Bajwa, Sebastian Carballo, Monica Escher, Annick Galetto-Lacour, Olivier Grosgurin, Vanessa Lavallard, Georges Savoldelli, Jacques Serratrice, Mathieu Nendaz and Marie-Claude Audétat-Voiro
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:232

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  29. Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is currently raging all over the world. COVID-19 can be transmitted among humans. To control the spread of the epidemic and meet the learning needs of students, Chinese univ...

    Authors: Xiuwen Chen, Shiqing Liu, Zirong Tao, Yangyang Ou and Yao Xiao
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:231
  30. As a community of practice (CoP), medical education depends on its research literature to communicate new knowledge, examine alternative perspectives, and share methodological innovations. As a key route of co...

    Authors: Katherine M. Wright, Larry D. Gruppen, Kevin W. Kuo, Andrew Muzyk, Jeffry Nahmias, Darcy A. Reed, Gurjit Sandhu, Anita V. Shelgikar, Jennifer N. Stojan, Toshiko L. Uchida, Rebecca Wallihan and Larry Hurtubise
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:227
  31. The COVID-19 pandemic has become a global health issue and has significantly impacted university education. As a result, learning methods have been shifted to be delivered through online learning. Online learn...

    Authors: Ebtsam Aly Abou Hashish, Nada Yasser Baatiah, Alia Hamdi Bashaweeh and Abdullah Mohammad Kattan
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:226
  32. There is a lack of investigations into the factors that lead medical students to pursue increasingly competitive post-graduate training programs. We sought to determine the factors that influence medical stude...

    Authors: Bo Li, Evan Michaelov, Ryan Waterman and Sapna Sharan
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:225
  33. Neurological semiology is often considered by medical students as particularly difficult to learn. Finding alternative teaching methods may improve students’ motivation and understanding of this field.

    Authors: Sinead Zeidan, Solenne Baltaze, Béatrice Garcin, Astrid de Liège, Jennifer Doridam, Laure Josse and Bertrand Degos
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:224
  34. Internal Medicine (IM) subspecialty professional societies can provide valuable community, recognition, resources, and leadership opportunities that promote career success. Historically, this support focused o...

    Authors: Lekshmi Santhosh, Emily Abdoler, Bridget C. O’Brien and Brian Schwartz
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:222
  35. Standardized residency training (SRT) is crucial for graduate medical education and the training of high-quality doctors. Nevertheless, China started SRT nationwide only in the recent decade. During these year...

    Authors: Tingting Li, Weidong Wang, Zhijie Li, Hongmiao Wang and Xiaodan Liu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:221
  36. The Irish Medical Council has regulated mandatory continuing professional development (CPD) for doctors since 2011 to enhance the quality and safety of Irish healthcare. The Irish College of General Practition...

    Authors: Adam McBride, Claire Collins, Brian Osborne and Helen McVeigh
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:220
  37. Overseas study trips can enhance healthcare students’ intercultural communication competence. An opportunity to immerse in the new culture enables them to develop their ability to offer services to people from...

    Authors: Chen Wang, Shuang-Ying Wu, Yi-Zi Nie, Guan-Yu Cui and Xiang-Yu Hou
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:219
  38. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic required a transformation of medical education in Egypt. Public health measures necessitated a rapid shift from traditional face to face lectures to largely online platforms...

    Authors: Mohamed Mortagy, Aya Abdelhameed, Patricia Sexton, Melissa Olken, Mohamed Tharwat Hegazy, Mohammed Abdel Gawad, Fathy Senna, Islam A. Mahmoud, Jaffer Shah and Hani Aiash
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:218
  39. Online teaching has become increasingly common in higher education of the post-pandemic era. While a traditional face-to-face lecture or offline teaching remains very important and necessary for students to le...

    Authors: Xiao-Yu Liu, Chunmei Lu, Hui Zhu, Xiaoran Wang, Shuwei Jia, Ying Zhang, Haixia Wen and Yu-Feng Wang
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:217
  40. We already know that incorporating information and Communication technology (ICT) into every aspect of human activity result in significant change and makes tasks easier to complete. It can help in areas of he...

    Authors: Samuel Hailegebreal, Tigists Tolessa Sedi, Selamawit Belete, Kirubel Mengistu, Anteneh Getachew, Daniel Bedada, Mebrie Molla, Tamiru Shibiru and Shegaw Anagaw Mengiste
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:215
  41. Basic life support and advanced life support are essential emergency management skills for medical workers, and pediatricians' first aid skills can be improved through emergency knowledge training.

    Authors: Yaojia Hu, Bingya Zheng, Lihui Zhu, Shuo Tang, Qi Lu, Qingqing Song, Na Zhang and Yan Zhong
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:213
  42. COVID-19 pandemic has affected all dimensions of day to day life across the world and medical education was no exception. With this study, we aimed to understand the effect of nationwide restrictions on medica...

    Authors: M Thomas, S Suliman, M Allen, M Hameed, A Ghaffar, MM Emara, H Fatima, S George, R Singh, H Ghazouaini and AL Alkhal
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:212
  43. Physicians should be equipped with professional competence in health literacy to communicate more effectively with patients with limited health literacy. However, the health literacy curriculum has not yet bee...

    Authors: Hui-Fang Yang, Chia-Chen Chang, Pei-Ling Tseng, Hsiang-Ru Lai, Jaw-Shiun Tasi, Wei-Hsin Huang, Yu-Hao Fan, Ci-Xiang Weng and Chen-Yin Tung
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:210

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