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May-August 2021| Vol 4| Issue 2

Perspective

Don’t ignore the tipping point: A framework to fuel diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in health-care sciences

In the United States, social determinants of health have resulted in inequities in health care, particularly for communities affected by systemic forms of racism and oppression. Health-care profession...


Review Article

Ethnic and gender bias in objective structured clinical examination: A critical review

This critical review aimed to synthesize the literature and critique the strength of the methodological quality of current evidence regarding examiner bias related to ethnicity and gender in objective...


Original Article

Beyond Flexner: A novel framework to implement the social mission of medical education

Purpose: Medical schools are uniquely positioned to contribute to the changing healthcare climate by increasing diversity in the healthcare workforce and addressing social determinants of healt...


Original Article

Student perceptions of iBooks as a clinical skills learning resource as compared to learning management software and an online video-hosting site

Background: Learning resources to support clinical skills training can be delivered through a number of technology platforms, and listening to students’ preferences can be helpful in leve...


Original Article

COVID bedfellows: Combining clinical skills and anatomy laboratories in the DVM curriculum

Background: Prior to the fall of 2020, clinical skills and anatomy were considered separate courses with minimal overlap other than being offered to the same cohort of students. We had included...


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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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