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January-April 2021| Vol 4| Issue 1

Brief Report

Curriculum mapping: A process to revise the path to achieving student competency

Objective: The objective of this study was to outline the process and results of a curriculum map revision. Methods: A revision process was developed for curricular competencies and me...

Original Research

Integrating an evidence-based medicine curriculum into physician assistant education: Teaching skills for lifelong decision-making!

Background: Medical knowledge continuously evolves and to help health care providers to stay up to date, the evidence-based medicine (EBM) model has emerged. The practice of EBM requires new ...

Original Research

Qualitative analysis of student responses to survey questions investigating student perceptions of case-based learning

Background: This qualitative study applied discourse analysis to open ended question responses of fourth semester veterinary students enrolled in case based learning (CBL) course. This was th...

Original Research

Familiarity and screening practices for adverse childhood experiences: Contemporary considerations from providers in a high prevalence state

Objective: The purpose of this exploratory study was to examine adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), knowledge, and screening practices. Methods: A convenience sample of pediatric pri...

Special Report

Comorbidities and clinical decision support: Report of a virtual workshop led by junior doctors

Clinical decision support tools should have a role in the management of patients with comorbidities. But until now, these tools have offered minimal support for managing such patients. BMJ Best Prac...

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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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