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September-December 2018 | Vol 31 | Issue 3

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We are pleased to publish this issue of Education for Health. The content includes Original Research, Practical Advice, Brief Communication, and Letters to the Editors from around the world. In this...
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Reviewers of education for health
Reviewers are the lifeline for any peer reviewed journal. They are the experts who provide critical inputs on a manuscript, which not only help the authors, but also the journal and its editors in s...
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Original Research Article
A psychometric appraisal of the dundee ready education environment measure in a medical school in Chile
Background: The Dundee Ready Education Environment Measure (DREEM) is used in the curricular development of future health professionals worldwide, but often without first locally testing its ...
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Original Research Article
Does medical students' empathy change during their 5-year MBBS degree?
Background: Research evidence over the past 20 years has established that doctors' ability to empathize with their patients is a crucial component of effective health care. Consequently, ...
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Original Research Article
Utilization of an interprofessional integrated clinical education experience to improve medical and physical therapy student comfort in treating patients with disabilities
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of an interprofessional education (IPE) clinical experience for medical and physical therapy students on students' comfort leve...
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