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May-August 2020| Vol 3| Issue 2

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It's time to abolish class rankings in medical education!

Class rank is a commonly used measure to differentiate talent for potential selection in postgraduate training programs (e.g., medical residency, internship, etc.). However, class ranking is a norm-...


Special Report

SAVMA virtual white coating and graduation tool kit

This is a guide that may be used by student leadership of SAVMA veterinary colleges to initiate a conversation on conducting a White Coat and/or Graduation Ceremony online for veterinary students sc...


Original Research

The impact of a radiological anatomy-based intervention in a gross anatomy course for undergraduate medical students

Background: The integration of radiology into undergraduate medical education is becoming a popular method of providing early and meaningful clinical experiences. Aims and Objectives: ...


Original Research

Veterinary student experiences in a community- and competency-based primary care rotation: A case study

Background: Over the past 10–20 years, health professions' education has increasingly utilized community-based models of distributive medical education (CBDME) and competency-based ...


Original Research

Serious gaming as an active method of learning applied antibiotherapy in swine veterinary medicine

Background: Serious games have been increasing in popularity within health sciences education. Games can improve learning by increasing students' engagement and by developing their analyt...


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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 3 Issues journal.

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