Augmented reality and mixed reality for healthcare education beyond surgery: an integrative review

Int J Med Educ. 2020; 11:1-18; doi:10.5116/ijme.5e01.eb1a | Published 18/01/2020


How a problem-based learning approach could help Japanese primary care physicians: a qualitative study

Int J Med Educ. 2019; 10:232-240; doi:10.5116/ijme.5de7.99c7 | Published 26/12/2019


Contention over undergraduate medical curriculum content

Int J Med Educ. 2019; 10:230-231; doi:10.5116/ijme.5de7.7516 | Published 16/12/2019


Exploring burnout and depression of Thai medical students: the psychometric properties of the Maslach Burnout Inventory

Int J Med Educ. 2019; 10:223-229; doi:10.5116/ijme.5dc6.8228 | Published 29/11/2019


The international medical elective in Nepal: perspectives from local patients, host physicians and visiting students

Int J Med Educ. 2019; 10:216-222; doi:10.5116/ijme.5dc3.1e92 | Published 22/11/2019


How are formative assessment methods used in the clinical setting? A qualitative study

Int J Med Educ. 2019; 10:208-215; doi:10.5116/ijme.5db3.62e3 | Published 22/11/2019


Reliability and validity of the Persian version of readiness for inter-professional learning scale

Int J Med Educ. 2019; 10:203-207; doi:10.5116/ijme.5da4.37c2 | Published 04/11/2019


Evaluating the effectiveness of video cases to improve patient-centeredness in psychiatry: a quasi-experimental study

Int J Med Educ. 2019; 10:195-202; doi:10.5116/ijme.5d9b.1e88 | Published 25/10/2019


Developing a professionalism curriculum on the nonmedical use of prescription stimulants among medical students

Int J Med Educ. 2019; 10:193-194; doi:10.5116/ijme.5d9b.1565 | Published 25/10/2019


Revisiting Miller’s pyramid in medical education: the gap between traditional assessment and diagnostic reasoning

Int J Med Educ. 2019; 10:191-192; doi:10.5116/ijme.5d9b.0c37 | Published 25/10/2019