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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.
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Using the CAT assessment tool this paper will discuss what differences and similarities exist between tutors’ scores and students’ self-assessment scores, and between tutors’ scores and simulated patient’s scores, in a communication role-play scenario.
Medical students need to be educated about influenza vaccination, because of their interaction with patients. The aims of this paper were to identify factors influencing vaccination, design an experiential educational intervention and evaluate the impact on the knowledge and attitudes.
The purposes of this study is to determine whether the senior author affects the probability of achieving a peer-reviewed publication and the effect the senior author has upon the quality of publication.
As interns progress through their first postgraduate year, it is expected that they will learn new skills and grow in confidence. This study aimed to determine if self-reported confidence in emergency clinical skills varies, depending on when an intern undertakes a term in Emergency Medicine.
This paper suggests that assessment should be carried out when a curriculum change is considered by a medical school.
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