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  1. In the past, evidence-based medicine (EBM) and shared decision-making (SDM) have been taught separately in health sciences and medical education. However, recognition is increasing of the importance of EBM tra...

    Authors: Mary Simons, Georgia Fisher, Samantha Spanos, Yvonne Zurynski, Andrew Davidson, Marcus Stoodley, Frances Rapport and Louise A. Ellis
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:418
  2. Authors: Lanfang du, Yan Li, Zhenjie wang, Guoqiang Zhang, Xiaohui Chen, Yingping Tian, Changju Zhu, Jinsong Zhang, Lidong Wu, Peiwu Li, Yuguo Chen, Bing Ji, Shuming Pan, Jun Zeng, Yanfen Chai, Yesai Mu…
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:417

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  3. Professionals are reluctant to make use of machine learning results for tasks like curriculum development if they do not understand how the results were generated and what they mean. Visualizations of peer rev...

    Authors: Andrew James Amos, Kyungmi Lee, Tarun Sen Gupta and Bunmi S. Malau-Aduli
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:416
  4. Suture knotting is the basis of surgical skills. In the process of surgical skills learning, the surrounding environment, especially the light, will affect the efficiency of learning. This study investigated t...

    Authors: Yuan Gu, Lihua Xie, Xianzhe Huang, Chan Liu, Zhengxiao Ouyang, Liqin Yuan and Wenzhao Li
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:415
  5. The use of virtual learning platforms is on the rise internationally, however, successful integration into existing curricula is a complex undertaking fraught with unintended consequences. Looking beyond medic...

    Authors: Lauren Singer, Lily Evans, Daniel Zahra, Ifeoluwa Agbeja and Siobhan Moyes
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:414
  6. Clinicians working with patients at risk of suicide often experience high stress, which can result in negative emotional responses (NERs). Such negative emotional responses may lead to less empathic communicat...

    Authors: Heng Yao, Alexandre Gomes de Siqueira, Megan L. Rogers, Sarah Bloch-Elkouby, Olivia Lawrence, Giuseppe Sarli, Adriana Foster, Serge A. Mitelman, Igor Galynker and Benjamin Lok
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:413
  7. Nowadays, Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most popular topics that can be integrated into healthcare activities. Currently, AI is used in specialized fields such as radiology, pathology, and ophthal...

    Authors: Hamidreza Amiri, Samira Peiravi, Seyedeh sara rezazadeh shojaee, Motahareh Rouhparvarzamin, Mohammad Naser Nateghi, Mohammad Hossein Etemadi, Mahdie ShojaeiBaghini, Farhan Musaie, Mohammad Hossein Anvari and Mahsa Asadi Anar
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:412
  8. The concept of “total pain” plays an important role in palliative care; it means that pain is not solely experienced on a physical level, but also within a psychological, social and spiritual dimension. Unders...

    Authors: Yann-Nicolas Batzler, Nicola Stricker, Simone Bakus, Manuela Schallenburger, Jacqueline Schwartz and Martin Neukirchen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:411
  9. This study aims to construct and apply a training course system which was scientific and comprehensive to foster the core competence of infectious disease specialist nurses.

    Authors: Chao Wu, Hongli Zhang, Yawei Lin, Weiyun Yuan, Jing He, Lu Li, Donglei Jiang, Zhaohua Ji and Hongjuan Lang
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:410
  10. Medical schools are called to be socially accountable by medical education and healthcare system stakeholders. Social accountability is a feature of excellent medical education. Medical students are essential ...

    Authors: Lorraine Oriokot, Ian Guyton Munabi, Sarah Kiguli and Aloysius Gonzaga Mubuuke
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:409
  11. Simulation-based training courses in laparoscopy have become a fundamental part of surgical training programs. Surgical skills in laparoscopy are challenging to master, and training in these skills induces str...

    Authors: Maria Suong Tjønnås, Sébastien Muller, Cecilie Våpenstad, Johannes Tjønnås, Solveig Osborg Ose, Anita Das and Mariann Sandsund
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:407
  12. To address a gap in radiation oncology education in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), we sought to evaluate the effectiveness and generalizability of a refined curriculum on intensity modulated radioth...

    Authors: Meridith L. Balbach, Grantly Neely, Afua Yorke, Evangelina Figueroa-Medina, Jonathan Paly, Rebecca M. Shulman, Claire Dempsey, Adam Shulman, Cesar Della Biancia, William B. Cutrer and Benjamin C. Li
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:406
  13. In medical imaging courses, due to the complexity of anatomical relationships, limited number of practical course hours and instructors, how to improve the teaching quality of practical skills and self-directe...

    Authors: DongXu Wang, BingCheng Huai, Xing Ma, BaiMing Jin, YuGuang Wang, MengYu Chen, JunZhi Sang and RuiNan Liu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:405
  14. The present study aims to explore the influencing factors of the scientific fitness literacy of nurses and provide a strategic basis for literacy improvement.

    Authors: Juan Liu, Man-Hui Hu, Xuan Bai, Yu Zhao, Cai-Hong Cui, Yan Wang, Xiao-Yang Shi and Zong-Bao Niu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:404
  15. Escape rooms are increasingly used in medical education as a complementary learning technique or even alternative to traditional educational approaches. Few studies focus on debriefing following medical escape...

    Authors: Tami Jørgensen, Oscar Rosenkrantz, Kristine Elisabeth Eberhard, Theo Walther Jensen and Peter Dieckmann
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:403
  16. Simulation now is widely used for training and education in different fields including healthcare education. Medicine and healthcare students can be trained in a secure, efficient, and engaging setting by Simu...

    Authors: Iman Abdullah Bindayel and Shahad Ahmed Alahmad
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:402
  17. Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly important in healthcare. It is therefore crucial that today’s medical students have certain basic AI skills that enable them to use AI applications success...

    Authors: Matthias Carl Laupichler, Alexandra Aster, Marcel Meyerheim, Tobias Raupach and Marvin Mergen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:401
  18. Self-efficacy plays an important role in enhancing the teaching capabilities of attending physicians (APs). The clinical ladder (CL) is an educational approach developed in the field of nursing education that ...

    Authors: Yuto Arai, Go Yoshino, Kento Ohta, Tohru Okanishi, Sosuke Kakee, Yoichi Mino, Hiroaki Komatsu, Nanako Yamada, Masaru Ueki and Yoshihiro Maegaki
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:400
  19. The use of simulated patients (SPs) to assess medical students’ clinical performance is gaining prominence, underscored by patient safety perspective. However, few reports have investigated the validity of suc...

    Authors: Junji Haruta, Rika Nakajima and Toshiaki Monkawa
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:399
  20. Reviewing experiences and recognizing the impact of personal and professional views and emotions upon conduct shapes a physician’s professional and personal development, molding their professional identity for...

    Authors: Gillian Li Gek Phua, Jasmine Lerk Juan Owyong, Ian Tze Yong Leong, Suzanne Goh, Nagavalli Somasundaram, Eileen Yi Ling Poon, Anupama Roy Chowdhury, Simon Yew Kuang Ong, Crystal Lim, Vengadasalam Murugam, Eng Koon Ong, Stephen Mason, Ruaridh Hill and Lalit Kumar Radha Krishna
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:398
  21. Scientific research activity in hospitals is important for promoting the development of clinical medicine, and the scientific literacy of medical staff plays an important role in improving the quality and comp...

    Authors: Shuyu Liang, Ziyan Zhai, Xingmiao Feng, Xiaozhi Sun, Jingxuan Jiao, Yuan Gao and Kai Meng
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:397
  22. The prevalence of anxiety is high among international medical sciences students and it increased even more during the COVID-19 pandemic due to different restrictions and social isolation. Successful sociocultu...

    Authors: Jevgenij Razgulin, Gita Argustaitė-Zailskienė, Raimonda Petrolienė and Kastytis Šmigelskas
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:395
  23. Prescription writing skills are essential for physician practice. This study describes the development and implementation of a curricular intervention focused on improving the knowledge and confidence of precl...

    Authors: Christopher Guyer, Brittany Stewart, Ziad Khalifa, Linh Pham and Aline H. Saad
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:394
  24. With conference attendees having expressed preference for hybrid meeting formats (containing both in-person and virtual components), organisers are challenged to find the best combination of events for academi...

    Authors: Sai Sreenidhi Ram, Daniel Stricker, Carine Pannetier, Nathalie Tabin, Richard W Costello, Daiana Stolz, Kevin W Eva and Sören Huwendiek
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:393
  25. Physicians engage in educational activities in daily practice and take over an important role in providing information and transferring knowledge to patients and medical students. Therefore, it is important to...

    Authors: Bas PH ter Brugge, Lena Sophia Fegg and Marjo Wijnen-Meijer
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:391
  26. Diabetes recently has been identified as a growing epidemic. Although insulin’s vital role in both types of diabetes, it is considered one of the harmful medications if used incorrectly. In Egypt, effective us...

    Authors: Alaa H. Mohamed, Maggie M. Abbassi and Nirmeen A. Sabry
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:390
  27. Strengthening obstetric nurses’ and midwives’ health education competence is the investment and guarantee for the population’s future health. The purpose of study is to establish national norms for their healt...

    Authors: Jingjing Zou, Jingling Wu and Xiumin Jiang
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:389
  28. Flexible hybrid teaching has become the new normal of basic medical education in the postepidemic era. Identifying ways to improve the quality of curriculum teaching and achieve high-level talent training is a...

    Authors: Yan Guo, Xiaomei Wang, Yang Gao, Haiyan Yin, Qun Ma and Ting Chen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:388
  29. Medical students face a heavy burden as they are tasked with acquiring a vast amount of medical knowledge within a limited time frame. Self-directed learning (SDL) has become crucial for efficient and ongoing ...

    Authors: Chen-xi Zhao, Zi-jiao Wang, Xiao-jing Yang, Xing Ma, Ying Cui, Yan-xin Zhang, Xin-hui Cheng, Shu-e Zhang, Qing-feng Guo and De-pin Cao
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:386
  30. The undergraduate bioethics curriculum introduced in a private medical college in Pakistan in 1988 and revised in 2009 has evolved over time to incorporate globally relevant innovations, including integration ...

    Authors: Anita Anis Allana, Syeda Kauser Ali and Kulsoom Ghias
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:385
  31. Role-emerging settings – those where occupational therapy (OT) services have not traditionally been provided – are common sites for practice placements of entry-level occupational therapy students. A growing b...

    Authors: Marie-Christine Potvin, Alexis N. Morales, Erin K. West, Mika Kalimi and Jeanne M. Coviello
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:384
  32. Pulmonary aspiration syndrome remains a significant complication of general anesthesia, particularly in unfasted patients. Gastric point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) allows for both qualitative and quantitative ...

    Authors: Adrien Maseri, Quentin Delhez, Anne-Sophie Dincq and Dominique Lacrosse
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:383
  33. Racism contributes to health disparities and is a serious threat to public health. Teaching physicians about racism, how to address it in medical practice, and developing high quality and sustainable curricula...

    Authors: Alida M. Gertz, Michele Smith, Davon Thomas, Angeline Ti, Cheryl Vamos and Joe Bohn
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:382
  34. Interprofessional education (IPE) is essential for healthcare students to collaborate effectively in multidisciplinary teams. This study aimed to identify the effect of IPE programmes in nursing care and oral ...

    Authors: Satoru Haresaku, Toru Naito, Hisae Aoki, Maki Miyoshi, Mayumi Monji, Yojiro Umezaki, Mami Miyazono, Rui Egashira and Akiko Chishaki
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:381
  35. Antibiotic resistance has been identified as a global health threat. Knowledge, attitudes, and inappropriate prescription practices of antibiotics by physicians play a crucial role in this problem. In Colombia...

    Authors: Juan Camilo Morales Taborda, Juan Carlos Montaño Guzmán and Luis Felipe Higuita-Gutiérrez
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:380
  36. The United States government makes a substantial investment in biomedical training programs each year. However, for most trainees, these opportunities do not translate into career progression in academic resea...

    Authors: Mabel Perez-Oquendo, Gabriele Romano, David P. Farris, Varsha Gandhi, Ignacio I. Wistuba, Robert E. Tillman, Ryan Udan, Paolo Mangahas and Rama Soundararajan
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:379
  37. When healthcare students witness, engage in, or are involved in an adverse event, it often leads to a second victim experience, impacting their mental well-being and influencing their future professional pract...

    Authors: José Joaquín Mira, Valerie Matarredona, Susanna Tella, Paulo Sousa, Vanessa Ribeiro Neves, Reinhard Strametz and Adriana López-Pineda
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:378
  38. The COVID-19 pandemic has left no one untouched. Resident trainees have been driven to reconsider virtually every component of their daily lives. The purpose of this pilot study is to evaluate the impact of th...

    Authors: Alexandria C. Kraus, Anthony Bui, Kimberly Malloy, Jessica Morse and Omar M. Young
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:377
  39. Non-Technical Skills (NTS) are cognitive, social, and personal resource skills that are crucial in complex and high-risk environments. The aims of our research are to determine the prevalence and content of NT...

    Authors: Oves-Suarez B, García-Marín JA, Aguayo-Albasini JL and Soria-Aledo V
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:376
  40. The burnout rates among residents urge for adequate interventions to improve resilience and prevent burnout. Peer reflection, also called group intervision sessions, is a potentially successful intervention to...

    Authors: Anouk Jorissen, Kim van de Kant, Habibe Ikiz, Valerie van den Eertwegh, Walther van Mook and Angelique de Rijk
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:375
  41. Although women comprise the majority of medical students, gender disparities emerge early and remain at the highest levels of academia. Most leadership courses focus on faculty or students rather than women gr...

    Authors: Colleen A. McGourty, Francine Castillo, Grace Donzelli, Bridget P. Keenan, Margaret Gilbreth and Lekshmi Santhosh
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:374
  42. Modern healthcare systems require the right mix of medical specialties for effective provision of high-quality services. Despite increased availability of general physicians and specialists, Türkiye lags behin...

    Authors: Mustafa Said Yıldız and M. Mahmud Khan
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:373
  43. Mentoring medical students with varied backgrounds and individual needs can be challenging. Mentors’ satisfaction is likely to be important for the quality and sustainability of mentorships, especially in prog...

    Authors: Elise Pauline Skjevik, Edvin Schei, J. Donald Boudreau, Arne Tjølsen, Unni Ringberg, Abraham Fuks, Monika Kvernenes and Eirik H. Ofstad
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:372
  44. Misconceptions should be detected early in dental students’ training to improve their clinical performance. Accordingly, this study aimed to assess undergraduate dental students’ knowledge and performance of m...

    Authors: Sarah M. Alkahtany, Shaima E. Alabdulkareem, Wajd H. Alharbi, Norah F. Alrebdi, Tomather Sultan Askar, Sundus M. Bukhary, Amal A. Almohaimede and Kholod Khalil Al-Manei
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:371
  45. Responsiveness is relevant in the context of treatment and the provision of medical services. However, if we delve deeper into the subject, we must establish and develop responsiveness within the medical scien...

    Authors: Hooman Khanpoor, Mohammad Amerzadeh, Ahad Alizadeh, Omid Khosravizadeh and Sima Rafiei
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2024 24:370

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