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May-August 2020 | Vol 33 | Issue 2

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Editorial
Co-editors' notes
We are pleased to publish this issue of Education for Health. The contents include original research, brief communication, student contribution, practical advice, and letters to the editors from aro...
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Guest Editorial
Best of projects that work
The Projects That Work (PTW) annual global competition was introduced in 2013 by the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) to recognize, reward, and pro...
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Original Research Article
Tiered team research: A novel concept for increasing research productivity in the academic setting
Background: Research has become a key pillar of academic medicine and a cornerstone of residency training; however, there continues to be significant barriers to ensuring research productivit...
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Original Research Article
Train-the-trainer: Pilot trial for ebola virus disease simulation training
Background: Highly infectious but rare diseases require rapid dissemination of safety critical skills to health-care workers (HCWs). Simulation is an effective method of education; however, i...
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TUFH 40th Anniversary Special Papers: Practical Advice Paper
Community intervention projects as a strategy to integrate essential public health functions (EPHF) with clinical knowledge into the curriculum of medicine
Background: Students in medical school often do not get the opportunity to apply public health principles to their work. This can affect the likelihood that they will apply population and pub...
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