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Assessment of burnout in medical students using the Maslach Burnout Inventory-Student Survey: a cross-sectional data analysis

Medical student burnout can cause emotional and physical exhaustion and detachment. The objectives of this study were to evaluate burnout using the Maslach Burnout Inventory-Student Survey (MBI-SS), identify f...

Knowledge of physicians regarding the management of Type two Diabetes in a primary care setting: the impact of online continuous medical education

To explore the impact of an online continuing medical education (CME) program on physicians’ knowledge about the management of type two diabetes.

Resident satisfaction with the pediatric surgery training program

The pediatric surgery residency program is new in Saudi Arabia. As with any new program, residents experience a degree of fear and anxiety about their future in the program. The aim of this study is to examine...

Prospective study on a fast-track training in psychiatry for medical students: the psychiatric hat game

While medical students are losing interest in lectures in favor of other educational materials, many studies suggest the benefit of active learning, combined with gamified educational tools. The authors develo...

Assessing clinical reasoning in undergraduate medical students during history taking with an empirically derived scale for clinical reasoning indicators

The clinical reasoning process, which requires biomedical knowledge, knowledge about problem-solving strategies, and knowledge about reasons for diagnostic procedures, is a key element of physicians’ daily pra...

Configurations for obtaining in-consultation assistance from supervisors in general practice training, and patient-related barriers to trainee help-seeking: a survey study

General practice (GP) trainees may seek supervisor assistance to complete their patient consultations. This in-consultation assistance plays a key role in the supervisory oversight of trainees and in trainee l...

Automatic analysis of summary statements in virtual patients - a pilot study evaluating a machine learning approach

The ability to compose a concise summary statement about a patient is a good indicator for the clinical reasoning abilities of healthcare students. To assess such summary statements manually a rubric based on ...

Factors affecting the acceptance of blended learning in medical education: application of UTAUT2 model

Blended learning is a new approach to improving the quality of medical education. Acceptance of blended learning plays an important role in its effective implementation. Therefore, the purpose of this study wa...

Effect of a high value care curriculum on standardized patient exam in the Core Clerkship in Internal Medicine

With almost 20% unnecessary spending on healthcare, there has been increasing interest in high value care defined as the best care for the patient, with the optimal result for the circumstances, delivered at t...

Benchmarking the research track record and level of appointment of Australian medical laboratory science academics

Benchmarking across and within universities is a common tool to evaluate performance of a program and maintain accreditation requirements. While teaching remains a primary responsibility of many academics, aca...

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