International Journal of
Medical Education

An international, peer reviewed, open-access journal aimed at promoting the nature and scope of the knowledge that is directly relevant to all domains of medical education and practice.

Extrinsic motives to encourage extracurricular research activities: a reminder call to medical schools in Saudi Arabia

Int J Med Educ. 2017; 8:99-100; doi: 10.5116/ijme.58bb.e1d6 | Published 23/03/2017

How does culture affect experiential training feedback in exported Canadian health professional curricula?

Int J Med Educ. 2017; 8:91-98; doi: 10.5116/ijme.58ba.7c68 | Published 17/03/2017

Medical education in Iraq: issues and challenges

Int J Med Educ. 2017; 8:88-90; doi: 10.5116/ijme.58b1.c927 | Published 11/03/2017

Assessment of junior doctors’ admission notes: do they follow what they learn?

Int J Med Educ. 2017; 8:79-87; doi: 10.5116/ijme.58b1.4d7e | Published 11/03/2017

Education as a tool to modify anti-obesity bias among Pediatric residents

Int J Med Educ. 2017; 8:77-78; doi: 10.5116/ijme.58b1.46e3 | Published 11/03/2017

Problem-based learning using patient-simulated videos showing daily life for a comprehensive clinical approach

Int J Med Educ. 2017; 8:70-76; doi: 10.5116/ijme.589f.6ef0 | Published 27/02/2017

Accuracy of script concordance tests in fourth-year medical students

Int J Med Educ. 2017; 8:63-69; doi: 10.5116/ijme.5898.2f91 | Published 25/02/2017

Toward a pharmacy curriculum theory: spiral integration for pharmacy education

Int J Med Educ. 2017; 8:61-62; doi: 10.5116/ijme.58a8.0381 | Published 25/02/2017

Panel interview for internal medicine residency selection: pros and cons

Int J Med Educ. 2017; 8:59-60; doi: 10.5116/ijme.58a8.0234 | Published 25/02/2017

Patients with heart failure as co-designers of an educational website: implications for medical education

Int J Med Educ. 2017; 8:47-58; doi: 10.5116/ijme.5898.309e | Published 25/02/2017