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May-August 2019 | Vol 32 | Issue 2

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Editorial
Co-Editors' Notes
Welcome to this issue of Education for Health (EfH). Contents include Original Research, Brief Communications, and Letters to the Editors from around the world. We continue to publish authors from a...
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Original Research Article
The human kindness curriculum: An innovative preclinical initiative to highlight kindness and empathy in medicine
Background: Prior studies have shown a marked drop in empathy among students during their third (clinical) year of medical school. Curricula developed to address this problem have varied grea...
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Brief Communication
Evaluation of the educator's portfolio as a tool for self-reflection: Faculty perceptions
Background: Preparing a teaching portfolio to document educational expertise has shown to be useful for both promotion and to stimulate faculty development. This article describes a study of ...
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Original Research Article
Approaches of anatomy teaching for seriously resource-deprived countries: A literature review
Background: Teaching anatomy is an important but expensive part of the medical curriculum, potentially more than many countries can afford. In the search for efficient methods, cost-effective...
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Brief Communication
Engaging family medicine residents in research training: An innovative research skills program in Israel
Background: The importance of medical research in developing academic and clinical excellence is widely acknowledged. Obstacles hindering research in primary care include negative attitudes, ...
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