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January-April 2015 | Vol 28 | Issue 1

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Co-Editors' Notes 28:1
Welcome to a full and informative issue of Education for Health! This issue has 19 manuscripts along with 5 letters to the editor and 1 book review. Topics covered include surgery competencies, interp...
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Original Research Article
Expected surgical competencies of an Indian medical graduate: A gap analysis using a cross-sectional survey
Background: In 2010, the Medical Council of India published the Vision 2015 document, which sought to create an 'Indian Medical Graduate' as a 'physician of first contact of the community while...
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Small group learning: Effect on item analysis and accuracy of self-assessment of medical students
Background: Small group sessions are regarded as a more active and student-centered approach to learning. Item analysis provides objective evidence of whether such sessions improve comprehensio...
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Original Research Article
Research in surgery and anesthesia: Challenges for post-graduate trainees in Uganda
Background: Research is critical to the training and practice of surgery and anesthesia in all settings, regardless of available resources. Unfortunately, the output of surgical and perioperati...
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The operating theatre as classroom: A qualitative study of learning and teaching surgical competencies
Background: There has been a worldwide movement toward competency-based medical education and training. However, this is the first qualitative study to analyze the perceptions of surgical train...
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