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January-April 2016 | Vol 29 | Issue 1

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Co-Editors' notes 29:1
We are excited to publish this issue of Education for Health. We remain optimistic, and challenged, about the quantity and quality of papers submitted to the journal. It is a good challenge to receive...
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Original Research Article
Preparing the health workforce in Ethiopia: A Cross-sectional study of competence of anesthesia graduating students
Background: Efforts to address shortages of health workers in low-resource settings have focused on rapidly increasing the number of higher education programs for health workers. This study exa...
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Original Research Article
Psychometric properties of the dundee ready educational environment measure in a sample of Ghanaian Medical Students
Background: The Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure (DREEM) has been widely accepted and recognized for the assessment of the educational environment in a variety of health professions...
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Original Research Article
Learning professional ethics: Student experiences in a health mentor program
Background: The use of patient centred approaches to healthcare education is evolving, yet the effectiveness of these approaches in relation to professional ethics education is not well underst...
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Original Research Article
Intersecting gender, evaluations, and examinations: Averting gender bias in an obstetrics and gynecology clerkship in the United States
Background: The purpose of this study was to determine whether gender bias was present in the final third-year medical student obstetrics/gynecology clerkship performance evaluation completed b...
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