Journal of Medical Education and Training

Articles in Press

Volume 2, Issue 2

  • Can a Short Exposure to an Interprofessional Education Programme Modify the First-Year Undergraduates′ Readiness for Interprofessional Learning?

    Camille Bécherraz and Fatima El hakmaoui


  • Critical Analysis of Education in Medicine and Health Sciences in the Sudan 2010-2014

    Ahmed Bayoumi


  • What Factors Make for a Positive or Negative Clinical Learning Experience? Exploring the Perceptions of Postgraduate Medical Trainees

    Meghan McConnell and Katherine McKay


  • Social Media Etiquette among Healthcare Professionals

    Irene Stafford, Bethany Cluskey, Robert diBenedetto, Alexandra Berra, Monica Lai, Lian Chen, Katherine Folse, Angelle Billiot, Roselle Bisonnett, Jay Davis, Joseph Hagan, Mark Hiraoka and Chi Dola


Volume 3, Issue 1

  • Four Key Concepts of Transition to Practice for Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants in a Behavioral Health Setting: A Literature Review

    Kathleen K Peniston, Lauren Swett and Anna McKoy


  • Righting Wrongs: Our Duty to Exception Report

    Howard N, Daly C and Lam J


Volume 4, Issue 1

  • Virtual Reality Medical Training: A Non-Inferiority Randomised Controlled Trial of VR vs Face-to-Face Training

    Judd T, Aquilina AL and Hunter I


  • Student-Related Factors Influencing Academic Performance: Experience from a Nigerian Medical Institution

    Ogochukwu Chinedum Okoye


  • Modified Problem Based Learning MPBL: A New Approach in Medical Education

    Omer Abdelaziz Musa, Ibrahim Abdelrhim Ali, Magbola Mohammed Hussein, Omer Alaadil Ahmed Hamid and Bashir Hamad


  • Improving Final Year Undergraduate Medical Students’ Exposure to Medical Emergencies to Assess Impact on Self-Reported Anxiety Levels

    Chris Hardy, Zara Shaida, Natalie Wood and Gwynedd Clark


  • Practical Approaches for Enhancing Student Performance in Summative Assessment

    Se-Lim Oh, Yoon Jeong Kim, Eun-Hwi Cho and Ji-Young Han


  • Impact of an Innovative Interdisciplinary Conference Focused on High-Yield Images: Significant Improvement in Image Recognition Skills with Gastroenterology, Radiology and Pathology Faculty Collaboration

    Pichamol Jirapinyo, Linda S. Lee, Raquel O. Alencar, Elizabeth Rinehart, Daniel A. T. Souza, Odise Cenaj, Jerrold R. Turner, Stephen Pelletier, Molly L. Perencevich, Helen M. Shields.