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May-August 2016 | Vol 29 | Issue 2

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Co-Editors' Notes 29:2
Papers in this issue of Education for Health are rich in the breadth of topics they address in the fields of health professions education and community health. Some papers test innovative approaches t...
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Original Research Article
Developing and pilot testing of a tool for "clinicosocial case study" assessment of community medicine residents
Background: Practical and clinical skills teaching should constitute a core part of the postgraduate curriculum of Community Medicine. The clinicosocial case study is a method to enhance learne...
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Reducing the physician workforce crisis: Career choice and graduate medical education reform in an emerging Arab country
Background: In today's interdependent world, issues of physician shortages, skill imbalances and maldistribution affect all countries. In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a nation that has histo...
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Original Research Article
Factors influencing medical students' self-assessment of examination performance accuracy: A United Arab Emirates study
Background: Assessment of one's academic capabilities is essential to being an effective, self-directed, life-long learner. The primary objective of this study was to analyze self-assessment ac...
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Teaching tobacco cessation to large student cohorts through train-the-trainers and problem based learning strategies
Background: Smoking is a leading cause of preventable deaths worldwide. Graduates of medical schools receive limited training on tobacco cessation and are ill-equipped to treat tobacco dependen...
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