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September-December 2020 | Vol 33 | Issue 3

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Co-Editors Notes
Co-editors' Notes 33:3
Welcome to Issue 33.3 of Education for Health. In “Learning experiences of medical and pharmacy students at a student-run clinic in South Africa and the development of a framework for learning...
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Reviewers of Education for Health
The Editorial Team of Education for Health would like to express our deep appreciation and gratitude to the experts who have devoted their precious time to review manuscripts that were submitted to ...
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Original Research Article
Validation of a Spanish version of a 360° feedback tool for residents' performance: A pilot study
Background: The 360° feedback tool emerges as one of the most effective techniques for the assessment of humanistic qualities and communication skills of medical trainees, providing effe...
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Original Research Article
Learning experiences of medical and pharmacy students at a student-run clinic in south africa and the development of a framework for learning
Background: Trinity Health Services (THS) is a free clinic that serves the homeless community of Braamfontein. The clinic is run by pharmacy and medical students registered in the Faculty of ...
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General Article
Is peer assessment an effective learning tool in an internationally and educationally heterogeneous cohort of students?
Background: Peer assessment is a well-established tool in peer-assisted learning, however there is little work in its use across a multidisciplinary cohort. Twenty-two students of a variety o...
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