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September-December 2019 | Vol 32 | Issue 3

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Editorial
Co-editors' notes
We are pleased to publish this issue of Education for Health. Contents include original research, brief communication, personal view, practical advice, and letters to the editors from worldwide. In ...
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Tribute
Reviewers of Education for Health
The editorial team of Education for Health thanks all reviewers who continue to support the Journal with their valuable input to the authors with their constructive feedback and comments on the manu...
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Original Research Article
Flipped classroom – An innovative teaching model to train undergraduate medical students in community medicine
Background: Second-year MBBS students need to be trained in applying theoretical knowledge into practice so that they can give appropriate advice during family visits in the community. For th...
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TUFH 40th Anniversary Special Papers: Guest Editorial
Best of Projects That Work
The presenters of some of the outstanding projects from around the world that have emerged over the course of the competition have been invited to publish their work in this issue of Education for H...
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General Article
From one-district-one-doctor to the inclusive track: Lessons learned from a 12-year special recruitment program for medical education in Thailand
Background: The One-District-One-Doctor (ODOD) medical education program was launched in 2005 with the purpose of increasing the production of rural doctors through special recruitment in Tha...
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