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September-December 2020| Vol 3| Issue 3


Survey research methods: Preparing a validity argument

Validity occupies a central role in studies that use survey instruments to contribute to their research conclusions. In a typical process, researchers collect survey data, draw inferential claims ab...


Assessing equivalency during the implementation of a health profession's program to a distant campus: Development of a distant campus evaluation tool

Universities are constantly looking at technology driven approaches in providing distant education. As technology evolves, another layer of evaluation is essential to assure the mode of delivery doe...

Short Report

Students' perceptions of COVID-19 impact on experiential learning

The COVID-19 pandemic has had an undeniable effect on medical education, particularly experiential education. Our institution conducted a brief, anonymous survey of nursing, occupational therapy, ph...

Original Research

Impostor phenomenon in veterinary medicine

Background: Impostor phenomenon (IP), an internal perception of intellectual phoniness despite personal achievements, has been reported and evaluated in a number of professions, including doc...

Original Research

The effectiveness of an operating room etiquette video on medical student comfort in the gynecologic operating room

Background: Medical students spend a large portion of their obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) rotation in the operating room (OR). We identified a deficit in appropriate OR orientation and c...

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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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