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MedEdPublish (ISSN 2312-7996) is an e-journal which offers an easy-to-search open access resource of papers relevant to the field of medical education with peer review following publication.

Here you can search for Volume 1-4 papers. Volume 5 onwards is available on the MedEdPublish website

Peer Learning in Higher and Medical Education A Literature Review (Published 2015)

The purpose of this literature review is to explore peer learning (PL), peer tutoring (PT) and peer assisted learning (PAL) as instructional strategies to increase the benefits of traditional learning in higher education, medical and graduate medical education.

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Improving the Quality of Resident Physicians Chart Recording (Published 2015)

This paper describes a quality improvement outcome project conducted by the Internal Medicine Department at Mount Sinai Medical Center designed to evaluate and improve resident physicians’ performance in the ACGME competency category of patient care.

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Perceptions of rural practice among metropolitan medical students undertaking a rural health module (Published 2015)

This paper explores perceptions of rural practice among medical students based in metropolitan clinical schools as they undertook a three week rural health module.

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On line learning for Personal and Professional Development in Medicine (Published 2015)

This study tracks students’ cognitive presence, social presence and teaching presence in a recently developed online course and compares student involvement in forums predetermined by faculty, to those determined by students themselves.

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Learning from the best: Evaluation of a near-peer buddy-scheme for OSCEs for final year medical students (Published 2015)

Near-peer buddy-schemes are a useful method of teaching students clinical skills. In this study a buddy scheme was developed with the aim of creating a reproducible effective teaching programme.

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