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January-April 2020 | Vol 33 | Issue 1

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This issue covers numerous and diverse topics related to health professions education and policy development. Contributions are truly global as we are publishing papers of authors from Africa, Argen...
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Umeå University's proposed “Rural Stream” – An effective alternative to the longitudinal integrated clerkship model for small rural communities?
Background: Umeå University Faculty of Medicine (UUFM), Sweden, has a regionalized medical program in which students spend the final 2½ years of their undergraduate degree in distri...
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Brief Communication
Assessing perceptions of professionalism in medical learners by the level of training and sex
Background: Canadian medical student and residents' severity ratings of professionalism vignettes were examined to identify the differences in ratings by the level of training and by sex....
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Brief Communication
Is emotional intelligence related to objective parameters of academic performance in medical, dental, and nursing students: A systematic review
Background: Current research in medical education is increasingly exploring the relevance of emotional intelligence (EI) in the successful performance of health-care people. As assessments of...
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“Doctor, teacher, translator:” International medical students' experiences of clinical teaching on an English language undergraduate medical course in China
Background: Like many Chinese universities, Ningbo University (NBU) has two undergraduate medical courses – one taught in Mandarin for domestic students, and one taught in English for i...
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