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  1. Differential rewarding of work and experience has been a longtime feature of academic medicine, resulting in a series of academic disparities. These disparities have been collectively called a cultural or mino...

    Authors: José E. Rodríguez, Edgar Figueroa, Kendall M. Campbell, Judy C. Washington, Octavia Amaechi, Tanya Anim, Kari-Claudia Allen, Krys E. Foster, Maia Hightower, Yury Parra, Maria H. Wusu, William A. Smith, Mary Ann Villarreal and Linda H. Pololi
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:703
  2. The demography of the medical profession is changing as more women join the workforce. Traditional assumptions about the personal qualities required to be a successful surgeon may change as more women join the...

    Authors: David Wainwright, Michael Harris and Elaine Wainwright
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:702
  3. Direct-access physiotherapy practice has led to a global review of the use of differential-diagnostic modalities such as musculoskeletal imaging (MI) in physiotherapy.

    Authors: Ogochukwu Kelechi Onyeso, Joseph O. Umunnah, Joseph C. Eze, Ayodele Teslim Onigbinde, Canice Chukwudi Anyachukwu, Charles Ikechukwu Ezema, Ifeoma Uchenna Onwuakagba, Ukachukwu Okoroafor Abaraogu, Agba Peter Awhen, Ernest Emezie Anikwe, Odunayo Theresa Akinola and Michael Ebe Kalu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:701
  4. Given the importance of the selection process, many medical schools are reviewing their selection criteria. The traditional pathway for post-graduate medicine has been from science-based undergraduate degrees,...

    Authors: Kathryn Aston-Mourney, Janet McLeod, Leni R. Rivera, Bryony A. McNeill and Deborah L. Baldi
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:700
  5. There is a global increase in the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Early identification of ASD in children and intervention are key aspects in the management of ASD. However, early identification ...

    Authors: Chao Song, Lingling Wu, Yunxia Hong, Xiaoyang Chen and Zhiwei Zhu
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:699
  6. There is consensus that medical schools have a duty to educate students about social determinants of health (SDOH) and equip them with skills required to ameliorate health disparities. Although the National Ac...

    Authors: Doron Sagi, Mary Catharine Joy Rudolf and Sivan Spitzer
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:698
  7. Researchers are responsible for the protection of health research participants. The purpose of this study was to identify and prioritize the training needs of researchers involved in human health research in C...

    Authors: Jerome Ateudjieu, Ketina Hirma Tchio-Nighie, Fernando Kemta Lekpa, Ingrid Marcelle Koutio Douanla, Frank Forex Kiadjieu Dieumo, Paul Nyibio Ntsekendio, Felicité Naah, Cavin Epie Bekolo and Anne Cecile Bisseck
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:697
  8. Physicians’ behavior may unknowingly be impacted by prejudice and thereby contribute to healthcare inequities. Despite increasingly robust data demonstrating physician implicit bias (The Office of Minority Hea...

    Authors: S. T. Gleicher, M. A. Chalmiers, B. Aiyanyor, R. Jain, N. Kotha, K. Scott, R. S. Song, J. Tram, C. L. Vuong and J. Kesselheim
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:696
  9. Traditional cadaveric dissection is declining whilst plastinated and three-dimensional printed (3DP) models are increasingly popular as substitutes to the conventional anatomy teaching and learning methods. It...

    Authors: Shairah Radzi, Ramya Chandrasekaran, Zhen Kai Peh, Preman Rajalingam, Wai Yee Yeong and Sreenivasulu Reddy Mogali
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:695
  10. The German clerkship (“Famulatur”) is the first phase in medical education, in which students learn from a physician’s perspective. According to the German Licensing Regulations for Physicians, students shall ...

    Authors: Marc Gottschalk, Christian Albert, Katrin Werwick, Anke Spura, Ruediger C. Braun-Dullaeus and Philipp Stieger
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:694
  11. Inadequate nutrition education in medical training is a prevailing global challenge. This study assessed Australian medical students’ self-perceived competencies in nutrition and preferences regarding nutritio...

    Authors: Jacqueline Bredhauer, Sam Cone, Lucy Brown, Genevieve Moseley, Alyce Wilson, Robyn Perlstein and Lauren Ball
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:692
  12. Postdoctoral trainees play a vital role in securing grant funding, building alliances, and mentoring graduate students under the guidance of a mentor who can help develop their intellectual independence. Howev...

    Authors: JE McLaughlin, KA Morbitzer, F Hahn, L Minshew and KLR Brouwer
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:691
  13. The need for healthcare curricula renewal to facilitate a continuum in education from classrooms to diverse healthcare settings is undeniable. Simulation has been recognized as an educational strategy to addre...

    Authors: Anke van der Merwe, Roline Yvette Barnes and Mathys Jacobus Labuschagne
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:690
  14. It is now a General Medical Council requirement to incorporate education for sustainable healthcare (ESH) into medical curricula. To date, research has focussed on the perspectives of educators and which susta...

    Authors: Dhruv Gupta, Lahvanya Shantharam and Bridget K MacDonald
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:689
  15. With the advent of COVID-19, many healthcare workers (HWs) in Australia requested access to powered air purifying respirators (PAPR) for improved respiratory protection, comfort and visibility. The urgency of ...

    Authors: Mary Wyer, Ruth Barratt, Su-yin Hor, Patricia E. Ferguson and Gwendolyn L. Gilbert
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:688
  16. The “draw-and-talk” technique has become popular in medical training, as it can help healthcare practitioners develop empathic understanding of patients and contribute to personal transformation. We adopted th...

    Authors: Fang-Yih Liaw, Yaw-Wen Chang, Yan-Di Chang, Li-Wen Shih and Po-Fang Tsai
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:687
  17. Cultural competence development in the formative process of healthcare professionals is crucial for the provision of culturally appropriate health care. This educational issue is highly relevant in the growing...

    Authors: Maura Klenner, Rodrigo Mariño, Patricia Pineda, Gerardo Espinoza and Carlos Zaror
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:686
  18. During simulation training, the confederate is a member of the pedagogical team. Its role is to facilitate the interaction between participants and the environment, and is thought to increase realism and immer...

    Authors: Jérémie Traoré, Frédéric Balen, Thomas Geeraerts, Sandrine Charpentier, Xavier Dubucs and Charles-Henri Houzé-Cerfon
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:685
  19. Medical students have a considerable prevalence of anxiety and substance use disorders. Our aim was to assess the presence of anxiety disorders and the use of alcohol and licit and illicit substances, and thei...

    Authors: Pedro Marques Ferreira, Rauni Jandé Roama Alves and Denise Engelbrecht Zantut-Wittmann
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:684
  20. Structural and interpersonal anti-Indigenous racism is prevalent in Canadian healthcare. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission calls on medical schools to address anti-Indigenous bias in students. We measure...

    Authors: Pamela Roach, Santanna Hernandez, Amanda Carbert, Rabiya Jalil, Remo Panaccione and Shannon M. Ruzycki
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:683
  21. Climate change has significant implications for health, yet healthcare provision itself contributes significant greenhouse gas emission. Medical students need to be prepared to address impacts of the changing ...

    Authors: H. Dunne, C. Rizan, A. Jones, M. F. Bhutta, T. Taylor, S. Barna, C. J. Taylor and M. Okorie
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:682
  22. Peer-assisted learning represents a favoured method of teaching in universities. The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated transferring medical education to digital formats, and subsequently, the question has ari...

    Authors: Teresa Festl-Wietek, Nils Kern, Rebecca Erschens, Jan Griewatz, Stephan Zipfel and Anne Herrmann-Werner
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:681
  23. The Physician Assistant (PA) workforce falls short of mirroring national demographics mainly due to a lack of diversity in student enrollment. Few studies have systematically examined diversity across PA progr...

    Authors: Carolyn Bradley-Guidry, Nicole Burwell, Ramona Dorough, Vanessa Bester, Gerald Kayingo and Sumihiro Suzuki
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:680
  24. Entrepreneurial intention is considered to be the best predictor of entrepreneurial behaviour. The Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) explains the degree of correlation between variables such as entrepreneurial...

    Authors: Rita-Pilar Romero-Galisteo, Manuel González-Sánchez, Pablo Gálvez-Ruiz, Rocío Palomo-Carrión, Maria Jesus Casuso-Holgado and Elena Pinero-Pinto
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:679
  25. The transition from medical student to surgical resident is not a simple one. The aim of this study was to report the experience of a university hospital in the organization of the induction course for future ...

    Authors: Etienne Buscail, Fabrice Muscari, Aurélien Hostalrich, Manon Bolzinger, Sandra Malavaud, Vincent Minville, Charlotte Martin, Magali Delhoste, Charles Henri Houze-Cerfon, Simon Buscail, Bruno Bastiani, Mathieu Roumiguié, Ariane Weyl, Nicolas Carrère and Olivier Abbo
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:678
  26. Understanding how people use infographics and their opinion on them has important implications for the design of infographics but has not been investigated. The aim of this study was to describe people’s use o...

    Authors: Joshua R. Zadro, Giovanni E. Ferreira, Mary O’Keeffe, Will Stahl-Timmins, Mark R. Elkins and Christopher G. Maher
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:677
  27. Higher education tends to focus on academic writing only, instead of emphasizing that professional texts are also used as a basis for communication in contexts with a variety of participators. When it comes to...

    Authors: Nikolaos Christidis, Viveca Lindberg, Sofia Louca Jounger and Maria Christidis
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:676
  28. Trainees in graduate medical education are affected by burnout at disproportionate rates. Trainees experience tremendous growth in clinical skills and reasoning, however little time is dedicated to metacogniti...

    Authors: Adrienne Mann, Tyra Fainstad, Pari Shah, Nathalie Dieujuste, Kerri Thurmon, Kimiko Dunbar and Christine Jones
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:675
  29. Schools were closed after the onset of COVID-19, with non-face-to-face practices or distance education in nursing education replacing video learning or simulation classes in nursing education clinical practicu...

    Authors: So Young Park and Jung-Hee Kim
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:673
  30. Differences exist among doctors in examination performance, clinical and academic career progression, and prevalence of performance assessment by professional regulatory bodies. Some of these differences have ...

    Authors: Ascanio Tridente, Jack Parry-Jones, Shashi Chandrashekaraiah and Daniele Bryden
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:672
  31. During the recent Coronavirus pandemic, many universities realized that the traditional delivery of educational content was not adequate in the context of imposed restrictions. Adoption of e-learning was one o...

    Authors: Alimah Komuhangi, Hilda Mpirirwe, Lubanga Robert, Florence Wamuyu Githinji and Rose Clarke Nanyonga
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:671
  32. Cultural safety training is not yet standard in Colombian medical education. If incorporated, it could address currently adversarial interactions between health professionals and the 40% of people who use trad...

    Authors: Juan Pimentel, Paola López, Anne Cockcroft and Neil Andersson
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:670
  33. Medical boards and healthcare providers internationally are coming under increasing pressure to attract international medical graduates (IMGs) and overseas trained doctors (OTDs) to cope with predicted general...

    Authors: Ajit Narayanan, Caitlin Vayro, Michael Greco, Dale Hanson, Jan Hanson, Neil Spike, Pat Giddings, Ben Mitchell and Rebecca Stewart
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:669
  34. Conducting on-site, hands-on training during the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has been challenging. We conducted a before and after interventional study to estimate the efficacy of a new remote...

    Authors: Danyun Fu, Weixing Li, Wenxian Li and Yuan Han
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:668
  35. Nephrology is a subject which is challenged by a lack of applicants for trainee places. This study addresses the attitudes of medical students towards the subject and explores the causes of this lack of intere...

    Authors: William Hull, Emilia Jewell, Shazia Shabir and Richard Borrows
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:667
  36. Patient care ownership (PCO) is crucial to enhancing accountability, clinical skills, and medical care quality among medical trainees. Despite its relevance, there is limited information on the association of ...

    Authors: Hirohisa Fujikawa, Daisuke Son, Takuya Aoki and Masato Eto
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:666
  37. While there are many teacher training programs for health professional students, few are interprofessional, and few integrate assessment and feedback prior to participation as peer teachers. In 2021, The Stude...

    Authors: Christie van Diggele, Stuart Lane and Chris Roberts
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:665
  38. In the present age, e-learning has been playing a good role in educational and clinical settings along with face-to-face training. This study aimed to determine the effect of distance class using micro-learnin...

    Authors: Ladan Zarshenas, Manoosh Mehrabi, Leila karamdar, Mohammad Hasan Keshavarzi and Zahra keshtkaran
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:664
  39. In 2008, the government of Tanzania adopted a competency-based education and training (CBET) system to improve medical training. Yet there are still frequent observations of competency deficits among graduates...

    Authors: A Nyamtema, GM Karuguru, AS Mwangomale, AF Monyo, E Malongoza and P Kinemo
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:662
  40. In order to meet patients' social needs, including social prescribing in the curriculum of medical students is a necessity.

    Authors: Maryam Mazaheri, Maryam Khorramizadeh, Majid Rezai-Rad and Meysam Mard-Soltani
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:661
  41. The modern medical education is predominantly grounded in the biomedical sciences. In recent years, medical humanities have been included into the medical curricula in many countries around the world one of th...

    Authors: Elisabeth Assing Hvidt, Anne Ulsø, Cecilie Valentin Thorngreen, Jens Søndergaard and Christina Maar Andersen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:660
  42. Clinical learning experience is an important part of medical education. In the clinical learning environment, students are exposed to various aspects of medical care and may train their skills under supervisio...

    Authors: Malin Sellberg, Per J. Palmgren and Riitta Möller
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:659
  43. Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is a core skill in emergency medicine (EM), however, there is a lack of objective competency measures. Eye-tracking technology is a potentially useful assessment tool, as gaze ...

    Authors: Alice H. Y. Chan, Wei Feng Lee, Pascal W. M. Van Gerven and Jordan Chenkin
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:658
  44. The Coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic caused an abrupt disruption in clinical care and medical education, putting patients at increased risk for social stressors and displacing medical students from...

    Authors: Daniel A. Solomon, Susan Larrabee, Joshua Ellis, Parsa Erfani, Shawn F. Johnson, Katherine M. Rich, Raquel Sofia Sandoval and Nora Y. Osman
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:657
  45. COVID-19 has had a tremendous impact on medical education. Due to concerns of the virus spreading through gatherings of health professionals, in-person conferences and rounds were largely cancelled. The purpos...

    Authors: Colin Kruse, Kyle Gouveia, Patrick Thornley, James R. Yan, Colm McCarthy, Teresa Chan, Waleed Kishta and Vickas Khanna
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:655
  46. Patients with serious illness look to their clinicians for discussion and guidance on high-stakes treatment decisions, which are complex, emotional and value-laden. However, required training in serious illnes...

    Authors: Jennifer A. Reidy, Melissa A. Clark, Harris A. Berman, Stephanie H. Chan, Atul A. Gawande, Jocelyn Streid, Tamara Vesel, Megan E. Young, April Zehm and Kristen G. Schaefer
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:654

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