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  1. Out of hospital cardiac arrest is a life-threatening condition. To improve the chances of survival, lay-person cardio-pulmonary-resuscitation (CPR) is a crucial factor. Many bystanders fail to react appropriat...

    Authors: Berndt von Amelunxen, Samantha Kirk, Julian Hind, Jennifer Illibauer, Christoph Krall, Sebastian Lessing, Aurelien Noyelle, Peter M J Murphy and Fritz Sterz
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:496
  2. The clinical placements of our medical students are almost equally distributed across private and public sectors. This study aims to assess medical students’ perceptions of their Clinical learning Environment ...

    Authors: Hani TS Benamer, Laila Alsuwaidi, Nusrat Khan, Lisa Jackson, Jeyaseelan Lakshmanan, Samuel B. Ho, Catherine Kellett, Alawi Alsheikh-Ali and Adrian G Stanley
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:495
  3. Medical education is a multifarious endeavour integrating a range of pedagogies and philosophies. Complexity as a science or theory (‘complexity’) signals a move away from a reductionist paradigm to one which ...

    Authors: Kathryn Ogden, Sue Kilpatrick and Shandell Elmer
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:494
  4. The sudden unexpected increase in critically ill COVID-19 patients admitted to Intensive Care Units (ICUs), resulted in an urgent need for expanding the physician workforce. A COVID-19 critical care crash (5C)...

    Authors: Abdullah Bakhsh, Razan Asiri, Hadeel Alotaibi, Rowida Alsaeedi, Raghad Shahbar and Abdulaziz Boker
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:493
  5. The education of nursing students should be such that the health needs of the community are met, but in Iran, due to some problems, students do not receive such education. Therefore, the present study was cond...

    Authors: Foroozan Atashzadeh-Shoorideh,rezoo Zeydani, Meimanat Hosseini and Sima Zohari-Anboohi
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:492
  6. Dental education has placed continued emphasis on self-regulated learning (SRL) and its subprocess, self-assessment. This study set out to evaluate the effectiveness of a novel workplace assessment method in d...

    Authors: Ghaith Alfakhry, Khattab Mustafa, Kamal Ybrode, Bashar Jazayerli, Hussam Milly, Salam Abohajar, Hussam Hassan, Khaled Alhomsi and Issam Jamous
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:491
  7. Due to the technical progress point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is increasingly used in critical care medicine. However, optimal training strategies and support for novices have not been thoroughly researched s...

    Authors: Christina Hafner, Vincenz Scharner, Martina Hermann, Philipp Metelka, Benedikt Hurch, Daniel Alexander Klaus, Wolfgang Schaubmayr, Michael Wagner, Andreas Gleiss, Harald Willschke and Thomas Hamp
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:490
  8. Making accreditation results easily accessible has becomea worldwideessential issue, especially after international standards were created for medical education. The Egyptian Society for Medical Education (ESME...

    Authors: Wagdy Talaat, Mariam Asaad Amin, Mohamed Reda Bassiouny, Nancy Husseiny Hassan and Omayma Hamed
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:489
  9. The Workplace Social Capital (WSC) Scale is the most frequently used tool for measuring social capital at work in Western countries. However, there are no corresponding tools for assessing WSC among medical tr...

    Authors: Hirohisa Fujikawa, Daisuke Son and Masato Eto
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:487
  10. The teaching of critical care medicine is a very important task, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. The understanding of critical care parameters is the foundation and core, which is conducive to the for...

    Authors: Pan Pan, Min Zheng, Hongbo Luo, Jinbang Liu, Lina Li and Longxiang Su
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:485
  11. Research ethics provides the ethical standards for conducting sound and safe research. The field of medical research in China is rapidly growing and facing various ethical challenges. However, in China, little...

    Authors: Xing Liu, Xianxiong Wang, Ying Wu, Haitao Yu, Min Yang, Kaveh Khoshnood, Esther Luo and Xiaomin Wang
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:482
  12. Sustained remote learning environments, like those experienced in late 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, share characteristics with online courses but were not intentionally designed to delivered virtually. T...

    Authors: Amanda K. Burbage, Yuane Jia and Thuha Hoang
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:481
  13. Education managers are among the most important determinants of a university’s academic pedagogy and plans to improve the quality of education. To improve the quality of education and academic enthusiasm of st...

    Authors: Javad Moghadasi and Leila Keikavoosi-Arani
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:480
  14. 性的专业能力的毕业生te reflects its teaching and learning environment (TLE). This study aimed to provide a preliminary assessment of the TLE at the College of Medicine at Majmaah ...

    Authors: Mohammed Almansour, Bader A. AlMehmadi, Nida Gulzar Zeb, Ghassan Matbouly, Waqas Sami and Al-Mamoon Badahdah
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:479
  15. To deliver high-quality care for individuals with complex medical conditions, residents need to be trained across the boundaries of their specialties. This study aimed to explore learning activities and influe...

    Authors: Lara Teheux, Hanna Wollaars, Jos M.T. Draaisma, Ester H.A.J. Coolen, Wietske Kuijer-Siebelink and Janiëlle A.E.M. van der Velden
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:478
  16. Authors: Yasutaka Yanagita, Kiyoshi Shikino, Kosuke Ishizuka, Shun Uchida, Yu Li, Daiki Yokokawa, Tomoko Tsukamoto, Kazutaka Noda, Takanori Uehara and Masatomi Ikusaka
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:477

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  17. Student burnout during medical education is a prevalent and critical problem. Burnout has reaching consequences, including negative health outcomes for students, financial loss for schools, and worsened patien...

    Authors: Thomas Kuehn, Cody Crandall, Jefferson Schmidt, Zeke Richards, Taylor Park, Morgan Szczepaniak, Isain Zapata and Mark Wardle
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:476
  18. Using malpractice claims cases as vignettes is a promising approach for improving clinical reasoning education (CRE), as malpractice claims can provide a variety of content- and context-rich examples. However,...

    Authors: Charlotte van Sassen, Silvia Mamede, Michiel Bos, Walter van den Broek, Patrick Bindels and Laura Zwaan
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:474
  19. Mistreatment is a behavior that reflects disrespect for the dignity of others. Mistreatment can be intentional or unintentional, and can interfere with the process of learning and perceived well-being. This st...

    Authors: Waravudh Naothavorn, Pongtong Puranitee, Winitra Kaewpila, Sutida Sumrithe, Sylvia Heeneman, Walther N. K. A. van Mook and Jamiu O. Busari
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:473
  20. Dizziness is a common complaint of patients treated by primary care physicians. It is predominantly caused by peripheral vestibular disorders; however, central nervous system disorders should be excluded. Exam...

    Authors: Reiko Tsunoda, Hiroaki Fushiki, Ryozo Tanaka and Mayumi Endo
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:472
  21. Knowledge of pharmacology is crucial for physicians to perform rational and safe medicine. Medical professionals are responsible for prescribing drugs and a weak performace of those can result in medication er...

    Authors: 安东尼奥·奥古斯托。Fidalgo-Neto雷纳托Matos洛佩斯,Ricardo Riedel Martins Ribeiro, Cristina Alves Magalhães de Souza, Raul Luiz de Souza Cavalcanti, Natiele Carla da Silva Ferreira and Luiz Anastacio Alves
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:471
  22. Marine medicine is one of the medical fields that deals with the health and safety of people related to the sea but the marine medicine syllabus for education to the students is not specified yet. The present ...

    Authors: Farshad Heydari, Mohammad Nobakht, Amir Vahedian-Azimi, Seyed Shahram Mirzamani, Seyed Tayeb Moradian, Abbas Ebadi and Morteza Kameli Morandini
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:470
  23. Ethiopia drastically increased the anesthesia workforce density by training‘associate clinician anesthetists’as a task-shifting and sharing strategy. However, there were growing concerns about educational quali...

    Authors: Yohannes Molla Asemu, Tegbar Yigzaw, Firew Ayalew Desta, Tewodros Abebaw Melese, Leulayehu Akalu Gemeda, Fedde Scheele and Thomas van den Akker
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:468
  24. Three-dimensional printing is an underutilized technology in ophthalmology training; its use must be explored in complex educational scenarios. This study described a novel approach to trainee education of orb...

    Authors: Martina Rama, Lauren Schlegel, Douglas Wisner, Robert Pugliese, Sathyadeepak Ramesh, Robert Penne and Alison Watson
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:467
  25. Standardized examinations assess both learners and training programs within the medical training system in Japan. However, it is unknown if there is an association between clinical proficiency as assessed by t...

    Authors: Takashi Watari, Yuji Nishizaki, Nathan Houchens, Koshi Kataoka, Kota Sakaguchi, Yoshihiko Shiraishi, Taro Shimizu, Yu Yamamoto and Yasuharu Tokuda
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:464
  26. Anxiety levels in medical students have been reported as higher than the aged-matched general population, yet medical students are less likely to seek care for mental health issues. Medical students carry high...

    Authors: Helen Kaiser, Tori Grice, Brittany Walker and Jacob Kaiser
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:463
  27. Augmented reality (AR) technology has been shown to be effective in displaying information and presenting three-dimensional objects. Although AR applications are commonly used by learners via mobile devices, p...

    Authors: Eun-Jeong Lim, Yi-Seul Kim, Ji-Eun Im and Jae-Gi Lee
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:462
  28. int数据对医学生的看法vwin-eamernational experience in non-English-speaking high-income countries (HICs) are very limited. This study aimed to assess the perceptions of medical students in ...

    Authors: Junna Iwata, Ryota Todoroki, Takehiro Hashimoto, Misa Hyakutake, Harumi Gomi and Akira Nishizono
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:461
  29. Problem-based learning (PBL) is a widely adopted educational approach in medical education that aims to promote critical thinking and problem-solving in authentic learning situations. However, the impact of PB...

    Authors: Feng Zhou, Aiming Sang, Qing Zhou, Qing Qing Wang, Yao Fan and Songhua Ma
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:460
  30. The nexus between higher education and digital technology has been extensively studied in the past and recently during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study aims to ascertain pharmacy students' attitudes towards u...

    Authors: Martin Kampamba, Kaluba Chiluba, Christabel Nang’andu Hikaambo, Enala S. Lufungulo and Kennedy Mwila
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:458
  31. A partnership model in interprofessional education (IPE) is important in promoting a sense of global citizenship while preparing students for cross-sector problem-solving. However, the literature remains scant...

    Authors: Fraide Ganotice Jr, Binbin Zheng, Pauline Yeung Ng, Siu Chung Leung, Elizabeth Ann Barrett, Hoi Yan Celia Chan, Chad W. N. Chan, Kit Wa Sherry Chan, Linda Chan, M. K. Karen Chan, Siu Ling Polly Chan, So Ching Sarah Chan, Esther W. Y. Chan, Julie Chen, Yuet Ying Jessica Cheuk, Yin Kei Doris Chong…
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:457
  32. The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, emerged in December 2019. Shortly after, vaccines against the virus were distributed in Canada for public use, but the remoteness of many northern Indigenous communities in Ont...

    Authors: Hannah Mikhail, Brenton Button, Joseph LeBlanc, Catherine Cervin and Erin Cameron
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:456
  33. Cognitive and implicit biases negatively impact clinicians’ decision-making capacity and can have devastating consequences for safe, effective, and equitable healthcare provision. Internationally, health care ...

    Authors: John Thompson, Helena Bujalka, Stephen McKeever, Adrienne Lipscomb, Sonya Moore, Nicole Hill, Sharon Kinney, Kwang Meng Cham, Joanne Martin, Patrick Bowers and Marie Gerdtz
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:455
  34. The internship setting is a highly challenging one for nursing students, and working in such an environment requires adjustment. Knowledge of the adjustment strategies used by students enhances the body of nur...

    Authors: Hassan Babamohamadi, Naiereh Aghaei, Mohammad Reza Asgari and Nahid Dehghan-Nayeri
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:454
  35. During the CoronaVIrus-19 (COVID-19) pandemic, nursing education has been dramatically transformed and shaped according to the restrictions imposed by national rules. Restoring educational activities as delive...

    Authors: Erika Bassi, Alberto Dal Molin, Anna Brugnolli, Federica Canzan, Marco Clari, Maria Grazia De Marinis, Valerio Dimonte, Paola Ferri, Federico Fonda, Loreto Lancia, Roberto Latina, Zeno Gabriele Poli, Teresa Rea, Luisa Saiani and Alvisa Palese
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:452
  36. Continuous medical education is essential for the individual patient care, the society, and the wellbeing of the general practitioner. There has been research into the reasons for participation in continuous m...

    Authors: Helle Ibsen, Gunver Lillevang, Jens Søndergaard and Niels Kristian Kjaer
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:450
  37. Challenges in recruiting appropriately trained obstetricians and gynaecologists have been identified across the world. Given well documented staff shortages within obstetrics and gynaecology in Ireland, it is ...

    Authors: Eimear西班牙,玛丽·伊丽莎白Tumelty, Ailish Hannigan, Kaitlyn Cinnamond, Ayesha Cheema and Amanda Cotter
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:449
  38. Since 2012 the Ethiopian Federal Ministry of Health and Education implemented a new medical curriculum in 13 institutions. The new curriculum introduced some questions on its admission policy: students can joi...

    Authors: Hafte Teklay Gebru and Daniëlle Verstegen
    Citation: BMC Medical Education202323:448

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