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July-December 2018| Vol 1| Issue 2

Faculty Development

Forty-five common rater errors in medical and health professions education

Minimizing the influence of rater errors is a persistent and considerable challenge for educators in the medical and health professions. This article presents a list of 45 common rater errors that a...

Faculty Development

The Kubler-Ross change curve and the flipped classroom: Moving students past the pit of despair

Change is hard. The flipped classroom, while a powerful and growing force in medical education, is a major change for many health professions' students. Instructors may avoid “flippingR...

Original Research

Viral infectious diseases: Specialist perspectives on learning about diagnosis and differential diagnosis

Background: Making a diagnosis of infectious disease requires knowledge of the symptoms, signs, and diagnostic tests associated with that disease. Many healthcare professionals use online cli...

Original Research

Comparison of a novel card game and conventional case-based studying for learning urologic differential diagnoses in veterinary radiology

Introduction: Generation of appropriate lists of differential diagnoses for various radiographic findings can be challenging for veterinary students and practicing veterinarians. Methods:<...

Original Research

A survey of point-of-care ultrasound use in veterinary general practice

Background: The use of ultrasound (US) continues to expand in veterinary and human medicine. The purpose of this study was to assess the current practices and potential barriers to the use of...

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Education in the Health Professions, a publication of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine (USA), is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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