Journal of Medical Education and Training

Current Issue

Volume 5, Issue 2

  • Investigating the Correlations of Self and Supervisors’ Assessments of Ambulatory Care Skills with the Mini-CEX Among the Japanese Young Physicians in the Ambulatory Care Training

    Nobutaka Hirooka, Yasuhiro Obuchi and Yuji Tanaka


  • SIP of Science: Interactive Social Forum Enables Interprofessional Interaction within an Academic Medical Institution

    Hana L Haver, Terence R Flotte, Janet Hale, Mary L Mazzanti and Micah Y Belew


  • Resident and Fellow Financial Literacy: A Student Loan and Debt Management Survey

    James D. Turner, Jacob A. Matthews, Gregory B. Russell and Fahd A. Ahmad


  • Using the Theoretical Framework to Maximize Validity Evidence of the Multiple-Choice Exam During the Pandemic

    Xiaomei Song


  • Can Technology Replace Travel as a Means to Learn about Global Health? Views from GP Trainees

    Emer Forde, Emily Lyness, Anneyce Knight and Georgie Steele


  • Missed Events and Quality of Life During the General Surgery Career Pathway: Is There Light at The End of the Tunnel?

    Kathrine Kelly-Schuette, Tyler Janish, Alan T. Davis, G. Paul Wright and Mathew Chung


  • Performance Effect of Simulation Training for Medical Students – A Systematic Review

    McInerney N, Nally D, Khan MF, Heneghan H  and Cahill RA


  • Prevalence of Running as Aerobic Exercise among Students in a College of Medicine

    Alexandra Kallner, Linder Wendt, Joseph Spring and J. Brooks Jackson