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
Professional Bioethics in Graduate Medical Education: a Curricular Innovation to Improve Communication and Professionalism (Published 2015)
This paper describes a novel hybrid Professional Bioethics in Graduate Medical Education course, which utilised both online modules and small-group discussions to teach bioethics and professionalism.
Physical Diagnosis and Care Coordination in Libya: Medical Mission Work Focused on Capacity Building and Education (Published 2015)
This paper explores the efforts of International Medical Corps (IMC) when in 2011 they tried to expand support to hospitals throughout Benghazi, Libya during an eight month period of conflict.
Educational benefits of engaging simulated patients for interviewing by medical students in undergraduate Adolescent Medicine posting, at NDUM, Malaysia (Published 2015)
This article highlights an innovative program where adolescent aged simulated patients were engaged for interview by undergraduate medical students in Paediatric clinical postings. This allowed students to encounter some of the psychosocial problems commonly seen in adolescents.
A simulation-based trauma education program: Does it improve trauma management? (Published 2015)
This study explores the impact of simulation-based trauma education program (STEP) on the trauma management skills of senior medical residents in the simulation lab and the real trauma room.
Understanding Pimping as a Rite of Passage: An Enduring Cultural Practice in Medical Education (Published 2015)
Few studies have attempted to understand the contrasting experiences between students and faculty or the cultural context in which pimping occurs. The aim of this study is to examine the practice of “pimping” within an educational curriculum evaluation.