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January-April 2018 | Vol 31 | Issue 1

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Co-Editors' Notes 31:1
Welcome to the current issue of Education for Health, which presents papers for international readers from authors across the globe. Contributing to this issue are authors and papers from Aus...
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Original Research Article
Attitudes toward mental illness among Caribbean medical students
Background: There are limited empirical data on all matters pertaining to mental illness in the Caribbean but what little there is suggests significant levels of stigmatization exist. In this...
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Assessing the hidden curriculum for the care of patients with limited english proficiency: An instrument development
Background: Patients with limited English proficiency (LEP) are a growing population in the United States at risk for disparities in quality and safety of care. Medical student competency to ...
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Original Research Article
Simulated patient and role play methodologies for communication skills training in an undergraduate medical program: Randomized, crossover trial
Background: Educators utilize real patients, simulated patients (SP), and student role play (RP) in communication skills training (CST) in medical curricula. The chosen modality may depend mo...
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Pre-University education curriculum reform and the generic learning skills of medical school entrants: Lessons learned from South Africa
Background: Pre-university education curriculum changes may increase the skills and knowledge gap between secondary (high school) and tertiary (university) education that have been identified...
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