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July-December 2019| Vol 2| Issue 2

Methodology

Analyzing educational interventions without random assignment

Since educational researchers rarely have the luxury of random assignment, confounding variables are a common concern. This manuscript introduces readers to methods for statistically controlling con...


Short Research Report

Building and validating a predictive model for DVM academic performance

Background: Predicting success in the veterinary curriculum with admissions variables is a longstanding interest of veterinary faculty. As linear models have consistently outperformed experts...


Original Research

Creating measurable, practice-relevant day-1 competencies for swine veterinary education

Background: Veterinary education (VE) is increasingly transitioning toward a competency-based model with a focus on educational outcomes. The American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleg...


Original Research

What constitutes excellent teaching: A survey of the perceptions of AAVMC distinguished veterinary teacher award winners

Background: Although researchers have attempted to discern the characteristics of good teachers and good teaching, no one has attempted to solicit the perspectives of instructors recognized f...


Original Research

Applied teaching model for veterinary junior surgery laboratory

Objective: To assess perceived veterinary student confidence and surgical skill set following a live animal, nonrecovery porcine surgical laboratory and to assess veterinary alumni long-term ...


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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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