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May-August 2015 | Vol 28 | Issue 2

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Co-Editors Notes 28:2
Readers of Education for Health will note that some papers in this issue highlight educational innovations and ways to strengthen the learning environment for health profession students. But just as m...
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Original Research Article
Residents' and attendings' perceptions of a night float system in an internal medicine program in Canada
Background: The Night Float system (NFS) is often used in residency training programs to meet work hour regulations. The purpose of this study was to examine resident and attendings' percep...
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Original Research Article
Improving health literacy of women about iron deficiency anemia and civic responsibility of students through service learning
Background: Service-learning (S-L) is an educational approach that integrates community service with academic learning. S-L helps educate youth about their civic role and responsibility in soci...
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Original Research Article
Group work: Facilitating the learning of international and domestic undergraduate nursing students
Background: Devising innovative strategies to address internationalization is a contemporary challenge for universities. A Participatory Action Research (PAR) project was undertaken to identify...
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Brief Communication
Application of Kern's Six-step approach to curriculum development by global health residents
Background: Global health practitioners have a responsibility to deliver appropriate and effective health education to patients and families. We demonstrate how residents in a global health ele...
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