Strides in Development of Medical Education
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1. Evaluation of Education Development Centers for Medical Sciences: Challenges and Strategies

Ali Akbar Haghdoost; Ali Akbar Haghdoost; Mozhgan Emami; Reza Dehnavieh; Nader Momtazmanesh; Farangis Shoghi Shafagh Aria; Mohammad Hossien Mehrolhassani

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 407-419

Abstract
  Background & Objective: The main objective of medical education is the training of competent and qualified personnel to maintain and improve public health In this regard education development centers (EDC) for medical sciences have been established to provide and assess the quality of education Therefore ...  Read More

2. A Comparative Study of the Curriculum of Masters Degree in Medical Education in Iran and Some Other Countries

Hossein Karimi Moonaghi; Roza Montazeri

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 420-433

Abstract
  Background & Objective: For greater success of the discipline of medical education and recognition of its weaknesses and strengths performing a comparative study and utilizing the experiences of successful universities is necessary This study was performed to compare the elements of the curricula of ...  Read More

3. A Survey of Students Academic Problems and the Duty and Roles of Counselors in Resolving them

Esmat Noohi; Ali Akbar Haghdoost; Ali Akbar Haghdoost; Behshid Garuosi

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 434-441

Abstract
  Background & Objective: Students are faced with many problems that can be associated with irreversible damage and devastating effects Psychological pressure is caused by changes in living conditions separation from family economic and financial problems marriage employment while studying and consequently ...  Read More

4. A Study of the Hidden Factors Effective on Selecting a Supervisor: A Phenomenological Study

Fatemeh Robati; Mohammad Hosein Yarmohammadian; Ahmad Ali Foroughi Abari; Narges Keshtiaray; Mohammad Mohammad-Bagheri; Mahdi Rezaeifar

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 442-455

Abstract
  Background & Objective: Hidden curriculum is one of the new topics presented by scholars of curriculum development during recent years In this study the criteria for selecting a supervisor were studied through experiences gained by PhD students Methods: This research is a qualitative and a phenomenological ...  Read More

5. Design and Evaluation of an Elearning Application for Health Training of the Visually Impaired

Kambiz Bahaadinbeigi; Zahra Sadat Izi; Simin Salehinejad; Zahra Jarareh; Roya Vatankhah

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 456-463

Abstract
  Background & Objective: Today new technology has provided the visually impaired with equal opportunities for education and access to essential information The use of these technologies by students with visual impairment is vital The purpose of this study was to design an application for health training ...  Read More

6. An Evaluation of Educational Environment from the View of Students of Islamic Azad University Based on Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure (DREEM) Model

Zahra Jalili; Faeizeh Sahbaei-Rooy

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 464-470

Abstract
  Background & Objective: Universities use different tools to evaluate their own teaching practices and many factors are involved in the education process that may affect learning This study aimed to evaluate educational environment from the view of clinical psychology student of the Science and Research ...  Read More

7. Presenting a Model of Effective Factors in the Intention to Use Information Technology in Teaching and Learning

Saeid Talebi; Saeid Mazlomian; Ahmad Reza Akbari; Afifeh Davodi

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 471-484

Abstract
  Background & Objective: The present study presents a model of effective factors in the intention to use information technology (IT) in teaching and learning among students of Payame Noor University and Shiraz University of Medical Sciences Iran Methods: This was a crosssectional study performed using ...  Read More

8. Experiences of Faculty Members in Relation to the Academic Promotion Process

Hossein Karimi-Moonaghi; Akram Zhianifard; Hamid Jafarzadeh; Hamid Reza Behnam; Jalil Tavakol-Afshari

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 485-499

Abstract
  Background & Objective: One of the most important factors in the evaluation of specific performance indices of each university is the professional maintenance and promotion of faculty members This will result in more desirable output results from this system The aim of this study was to explore describe ...  Read More

9. Effect of EvidenceBased Education on Nursing Students SelfEfficacy

Hossein Habibzadeh; Nasrin Khajeali; Hamid Reza Khalkhali; Yosof Mohammadpour

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 500-507

Abstract
  Background & Objective: Clinical efficacy plays an important role in clinical knowledge and skill application One of the ways to increase selfefficacy is using experience and results of clinical research The aim of the present study was to evaluate the impact of evidencebased education on nursing students ...  Read More

10. Factors Influencing the Process of Continuous Nursing Education Based on the Experiences of Nurses: A Qualitative Study

Ali Akbar Vaezi; Hossein Tavangar; Mostafa Javadi

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 508-522

Abstract
  Background & Objective: Factors effective in the continuous nursing education process may motivate nurses to participate in continuous education programs and thus result in knowledge promotion and improvement of skills in clinical practice and improvement of patient care However they may also prevent ...  Read More

11. Assessment of the Effect of Lecturers Behavior on Clinical Learning from the Viewpoints of Nursing Students

Ali Fakhr-Movahedi; Sajjad Sadeghi; Mohaddeseh Yousefpour

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 523-533

Abstract
  Background & Objective: Clinical teaching is an important process that prepares students for professional life The present study aims to identify bachelor nursing students viewpoints toward the effect of lectures behaviors on their learning during clinical courses Methods: This was a descriptive crosssectional ...  Read More

12. Exam Anxiety among Dental Students of Kerman University of Medical Sciences Iran in 2013

Molouk Torabi; Jahangir Haghani; Jahangir Haghani; Marzieh Karimi Afshar; Payman Mohseni

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 534-541

Abstract
  Background & Objective: Exam anxiety is a significant problem among university students and can be accompanied by a decline in performance and severe psychological problems This study was designed to investigate exam anxiety levels among dental students of Kerman University of Medical Sciences Iran in ...  Read More

13. The Relationship between Perfectionism Achievement Motivation SelfEsteem and Academic Performance among Nursing Students

Farshid Khosropour; Mojgan Nikoie

Volume 11, Issue 4 , Winter 2015, Pages 542-549

Abstract
  Background & Objective: Academic performance is the most important factor in student evaluation Selfesteem is related to selfsatisfaction and perfectionism is the setting of high goals in performance Achievement motivation is the willingness to gain success Because these variables can affect academic ...  Read More