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AMEE MedEdPublish

AMEE 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 will be available on the AMEE MedEdPublish website.

If you wish to submit an article to AMEE MedEdPublish please visit the website www.mededpublish.org

 

A Lack of Consensus on Appropriate Sanctions for Lapses in Medical Professionalism An Observational Cohort Study (Published 2015)

Medical students and faculty perceive appropriate consequences for lapses in medical professionalism differently. This study explores these differences.

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Results from a simulation based medical team training curriculum utilizing an observational learning model (Published 2015)

The use of simulation-based training is effective in teaching both technical, teamwork and communication skills. This study evaluates learning outcomes among residents following a team training curriculum where residents, equipped with an observational checklist, watched peers immersed in a HFS.

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Using e-learning for developing new skills for administrative staff (Published 2015)

Educational institutions for health science must ensure that their staff have the training and abilities necessary to undertake their tasks. This paper discusses an eLearning continuous professional training course for administrative staff at “Iuliu Hatieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy.

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Einstein Revisited Medicines New Formula (Published 2015)

This paper discusses the implementation of “Physicians, Patients and Society” courses in a curriculum with the aim of providing future physicians with the tools to become healers in the art of medicine and not just practitioners in its science.

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Power, Competence, and Professionalism in Medical Education (Published 2015)

This paper explores how competence in medical learners is socially created within the power structures embedded in medical education.

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