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May-August 2018 | Vol 31 | Issue 2

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Co-Editors' notes 31:2
We are pleased to publish this issue of Education for Health. Contents include Original Research, Practical Advice, and Letters to the Editors from around the world. We continue to publish authors f...
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Original Research Article
Choosing medical assessments: Does the multiple-choice question make the grade?
Background: The multiple-choice question (MCQ) has been shown to measure the same constructs as the short-answer question (SAQ), yet the use of the latter persists. The study aims to evaluate...
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Original Research Article
A cross-sectional examination of the relationship between approaches to learning and perceived stress among medical students in Malaysia
Background: Learning approaches have been proposed to affect the experience of psychological stress among tertiary students in recent years. This relationship becomes important in stressful e...
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Original Research Article
Development and testing of an analytic rubric for a master's course systematic review of the literature: A cross-sectional study
Background: Conducting grading of systematic reviews in master's level programs of health sciences education is a complex process. Students conduct systematic reviews under the supervisio...
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Original Research Article
Gibson's theory of affordances and situational awareness occurring in urban departments of pediatrics, medicine, and emergency medicine
Background: The Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety (TeamSTEPPS®) program provides a situation-monitoring tool that allows health-care profession...
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