مرور Volume 4, Issue 2 بر اساس عنوان

  • Assessment of medical students’ learning and study strategies in self-regulated learning 

    JOUHARI, ZAHRA؛ HAGHANI, FARIBA؛ CHANGIZ, TAHEREH (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2016-04-01)
    Introduction: Research on medical students shows that adoptingself-regulation of effort, time, and study strategies can positivelyinfluence academic achievement. The purpose of the current studywas to assess learning and ...

  • Core components of clinical education: a qualitative study with attending physicians and their residents 

    ESTEGHAMATI, ALIREZA؛ BARADARAN, HAMIDREZA؛ MONAJEMI, ALIREZA؛ KHANKEH, HAMID؛ GERANMAYEH, MEHRNAZ (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2016-04-01)
    Introduction: In medical education, particularly in residencycourses, most of the training occurs in real clinical environments.Workplace-based learning profoundly affects students’ knowledge,attitudes, and practice; ...

  • The effect of web quest and team-based learning on students’ selfregulation 

    BADIYEPEYMAIE JAHROMI, ZOHREH؛ MOSALANEJAD, LEILI؛ REZAEE, RITA (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2016-04-01)
    Introduction: In this study, the authors aimed to examine theeffects of cooperative learning methods using Web Quest andteam-based learning on students’ self-direction, self-regulation,and academic achievement.Methods: ...

  • Faculty development programs for medical teachers in India 

    ZODPEY, SANJAY؛ SHARMA, ANJALI؛ ZAHIRUDDIN, QUAZI SYED؛ GAIDHANE, ABHAY؛ SHRIKHANDE, SUNANDA (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2016-04-01)
    Introduction: India has the highest number of medical collegesin the world and subsequently the higher number of medicalteachers. There is a dire need of adopting a systematic approach tofaculty development to enhance ...

  • Impact of clinical supervision on field training of nursing students at Urmia University of Medical Sciences 

    DEHGHANI, MOHAMMADREZA؛ GHANAVATI, SHIRIN؛ SOLTANI, BEHROUZ؛ AGHAKHANI, NADER؛ HAGHPANAH, SEZANEH (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2016-04-01)
    Introduction: Obtaining clinical competency in clinical educationis one of the problems in nursing and use of the new methods ofclinical training is very important. Clinical supervision is one ofthe methods used as a ...

  • Improving continuing medical education by enhancing interactivity: lessons from Iran 

    FAGHIHI, SEYED ALIAKBAR؛ KHANKEH, HAMID؛ HOSSEINI, SEYED JALIL؛ SOLTANI ARABSHAHI, SEYED KAMRAN؛ FAGHIH, ZAHRA؛ PARIKH, SAGAR V.؛ SHIRAZI, MANDANA (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2016-04-01)
    Introduction: Continuing Medical Education (CME) has beenconsidered as a lifelong commitment for doctors to provide theoptimal care for patients. Despite a long history of creating CMEprograms, outcomes are far from ideal. ...

  • System based practice: a concept analysis 

    YAZDANI, SHAHRAM؛ HOSSEINI, FAKHROLSADAT؛ AHMADY, SOLEIMAN (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2016-04-01)
    Introduction: Systems-Based Practice (SBP) is one of the sixcompetencies introduced by the ACGME for physicians toprovide high quality of care and also the most challenging of themin performance, training, and evaluation ...

  • The validity and reliability of script concordance test in otolaryngology residency training 

    IRAVANI, KAMYAR؛ AMINI, MITRA؛ DOOSTKAM, AIDA؛ DEHBOZORGIAN, MAHNAZ (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, 2016-04-01)
    Introduction: The script concordance test (SCT) is one the besttools used to evaluate clinical reasoning in ill-defined clinicalsituations. The aim of this study was to demonstrate SCTapplication in otolaryngology residency ...