Strides in Development of Medical Education
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1. A Review of the Academic Engagement of Medical Students in Kerman University of Medical Sciences Iran 20112012

Esmat Noohi; Hamideh Montazeri; Mostafa Shokohi

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 1-9

Abstract
    Background & Objective: The concept of active engagement or academic engagement is a certain understanding of the relationship between students and the university The university is an environment that provides learning opportunities that will lead to student learning The nature and level of learning ...  Read More

2. The Use of Cumulative Disciplinary Score in an Integrated Curriculum to Prevent Deliberate Omission of Course Content

Sara Mortaz Hejri; Azim Mirzazadeh; Azim Mirzazadeh; Mohammad Jalili; Hamid Emadi Kochak

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 10-17

Abstract
    Background & Objective: Student assessment is one of the most challenging issues of an integrated curriculum While calculating an overall score is in line with the goals of integrated curriculum it poses the risk that some students will deliberately leave out the content of some disciplines based ...  Read More

3. Learning Management Systems in Universities of Medical Sciences of Iran and Several Developed Countries

Majid Zare-Bidaki; Sajad Sadrinia; Ali Rajabpour-Sanati

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 18-27

Abstract
    Background & Objective: The core of each WBT system is an online software called learning management system (LMS) The existence of such a system in each university is the minimum requirement for the application and development of WBT methods The present study aimed to investigate the frequency of ...  Read More

4. An Evaluation of Educational Iranian Papers on the Application of EvidenceBased Medicine

Shahrzad Saravani; Maryam Yazdandoost; Hamed Basir-Ghafouri

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 28-37

Abstract
    Background & Objective: Nearly two decades have passed since the establishment of evidencebased medicine (EBM) EBM is of great importance due to its ability to fill the information gap between medical research and clinical practice The aim of the present study was to evaluate the existing evidence ...  Read More

5. The Study of Classroom Management Styles of Faculty Members in Kashan University of Medical Sciences Iran

Mohammad Amini; Hamid Rahimi; Zahra Gholamian

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 38-48

Abstract
    Background & Objective: Classroom management is a key variable in creating a desirable environment for students training and learning Today equipping professors with managerial skills in planning for professional education especially medical education is necessary Thus the aim of this research was ...  Read More

6. Evaluating Critical Thinking Skills in Students of the School of Management and Medical Informatics Tehran University of Medical Sciences Iran in 2013

Zahra Azami; Hamid Salehiniya

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 49-55

Abstract
    Background & Objective: Critical thinking skills in students are essential to making better decisions Obtaining information on the critical thinking skills of students is useful in curriculum planning Therefore this study was conducted to evaluate the critical thinking skills of students of the School ...  Read More

7. An Assessment of the Effect of Recitation of the Quran on Exam Anxiety in Nursing and Emergency Medicine Students

Mohammad Heidari; Sara Shahbazi

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 56-63

Abstract
    Background & Objective: Anxiety is a feeling of apprehension caused by the feeling of being at risk and can affect the performance of an individual Today exam anxiety is increasingly observed among educated people and this situation causes a loss of concentration Faith increases confidence and patience ...  Read More

8. A Study of the Hidden Curriculum of Doctoral Research Courses: A Phenomenological Study

Fatemeh Robati; Mohammad Mohammad-Bagheri; Fatemeh Hasani

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 64-75

Abstract
    Background & Objective: Hidden curriculum is a relatively new and very enlightening concept raised by curriculum experts in recent years The aim of the present study was to investigate the hidden curriculum of the doctoral degree and hidden factors of choosing a supervisor   Methods: This was a qualitative ...  Read More

9. Medication Errors of Nursing Students of Medical Sciences and Islamic Azad Universities in Kerman Iran in 20122013

Mozhgan Kalantarzadeh; Maryam Hosseinnejad

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 76-83

Abstract
    Background & Objective: Medication errors is one of the most common medical errors a universal problem and serious threat to patient safety and in some cases can result in patient death Therefore understanding the different aspects of this problem can provide an opportunity to prevent and minimize ...  Read More

10. A Comparison of the Effect of Journal Club through New and Traditional Methods on the Attitudes of Anesthesiology Residents of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences Iran

Mansoor Masjedi; Razieh Neshatavar; Shahla Dashti; Farid Zand; Mehrdad Askarian; Ali Mahbodi; Mahsa Samiee

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 84-89

Abstract
    Background & Objective: Journal club is one of the classical methods of medical education dating back to 100 years ago This method can be used for teaching critical evaluation evidencebased medicine research design statistics and educational concepts to medical residents The purpose of this study ...  Read More

11. Evaluation of Students Satisfaction with Team Teaching in Babol University of Medical Sciences Iran in 20112012

Hamed Mir; Hadi Parsian; Iman Jahanian; Ali Shabestani-Monfared; Ziba Shirkhani-Kelagari; Sohrab Halalkhor

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 90-97

Abstract
    Background & Objective: One method of evaluation with the intent to select and modify teaching methods in universities is the evaluation of students opinions Team teaching by faculty members is a routine method of education in universities The present study evaluated students satisfaction with team ...  Read More

12. The Role and Status of Cognitive Theory in Nursing Education

Hossein Karimi Moonaghi; Roghayeh Zardosht

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 98-107

Abstract
    Background & Objective: Learning theories focus on individuals way of learning Cognitive learning theory emphasizes the importance of the internal process of the learner and includes several known prospects such as Gestalt data processing or information processing meaningful learning concept mapping ...  Read More

13. نوآوری جالب در آموزش عمومی جامعه در پیشگیری از بیماریهای عفونی و غیر عفونی بوسیله شعر
Volume 12, Issue 1 , Spring 2015, Pages 108-110

Abstract
  آموزش پدیده ای پویا است و روش­های آموزشی به طور مرتب نیازمند تغییرات کاربردی می باشد از اهداف مهم آموزش پزشکی حفظ و ارتقای سلامت آحاد جامعه است(1) آموزش هایی که جنبه های ...  Read More