Strides in Development of Medical Education
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1. Faculty Members Inclination to Leave University and its Related Factors Tehran University of Medical Sciences

Saharnaz Nedjat; Jaleh Gholami; Seyyed Reza Majdzadeh

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Summer 2008, Pages 1-9

Abstract
  Background & Objective : A significant part of resources in each country is used for training human resources and loss of experts means irreparable drawbacks for the system Leaving university by faculty members who are doubtless one of the main assets of universities is of utmost importance This study ...  Read More

2. Medical Students Learning Styles in Birjand University of Medical Sciences

Saeed Kalbasi; Mohsen Naseri; Gholamreza Sharifzadeh; Ali Poursafar

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Summer 2008, Pages 10-16

Abstract
  Background & Objective : Learning and its improvement are the foundation of all activities in educational systems One of the most important effective factors on students learning is their learning style Being aware of the learning style used by students help teachers to assist the students for a better ...  Read More

3. The Gap between Students Expectations and Educational Services Provided for them Zanjan University of Medical Sciences 2007

Fariba Arbouni; Alireza Shoghli; Saheb Badriposhteh; Mansour Mohajery

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Summer 2008, Pages 17-25

Abstract
  Background & Objective : One of the main problems which must be considered by the universities of medical sciences nationwide is to establish a solidarity system for providing desirable services and use of strategic methods in order to increase quality of services Determining gap in quality of services ...  Read More

4. Influence of Course Teaching of Life Skills on College Freshmens Knowledge and Attitude to Life Skills and Improving their Psychosocial Capabilities

Marzieh Moghadam; Narges Rostami Gooran; Modaber Arasteh; Narges Shams Alizadeh; Azad Maroofi

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Summer 2008, Pages 26-34

Abstract
  Background & Objective : Students at university are always exposed to a lot of psychological problems during their education due to experiencing new problems and different stresses Thus teaching life skills was added to medical and midwifery freshmens curriculum for the first time in Kurdistan University ...  Read More

5. Effect of Three Educational Methods on Anxiety Learning Satisfaction and Educational Progression in Nursing Students

Mohsen Adib-Hajbaghery

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Summer 2008, Pages 35-42

Abstract
  Background & Objective : Studies have shown that teachercentered teaching methods like lecture would make the students inactive and limit their ability in critical thinking decision making and self assertion and dont have enough educational efficacy This study was conducted to assess the effect of three ...  Read More

6. Nursing Students Errors in Preparation and Administration of Intravenous Drugs

Nayereh Baghcheghi; Hamid Reza Koohestani

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Summer 2008, Pages 43-49

Abstract
  Background & Objective: The intravenous administration of drugs is a complex process in which errors may cause detrimental outcomes for patients and an increase in healthcare costs This study was performed to ascertain the frequency type and causes of errors made by senior nursing students in intravenous ...  Read More

7. Faculty Members Point of View about the Criteria for Selecting Pioneers and the Strategies to Revere them Kerman University of Medical Sciences

Manzumeh Shamsi Meimandi; Maryam Okhovati; Sakineh Mohammad Alizadeh

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Summer 2008, Pages 50-57

Abstract
    Background & Objective : Improving social and cultural status of faculty members is among the main universities duties aimed to encourage them to improve society knowledge and culture All faculties in a university are not active and effective in the same way This study was done to determine the selection ...  Read More

8. Advanced Assessment of Medical Students Clinical Performance: Challenges Methods and Approaches

Kayghobad Tahernezhad; Fatemeh Javidan

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Summer 2008, Pages 58-70

Abstract
  Background: Assessment of clinical competencies is one of the complicated and hard tasks in medical education Nowadays assessment of clinical performance is significantly patient centered and student centered Traditional methods consisted of faculties observations oral examinations and multiplechoice ...  Read More