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January-April 2021 | Vol 34 | Issue 1

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Co-Editors Notes
Co-editors' notes
Against the backdrop of a global pandemic and ongoing political unrest, we present this issue of Education for Health. As with past issues, Journal content includes Original Research, Brief Communic...
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Original Research Article
An evaluation of a medical student international service-learning experience in Southeast Asia
Background: International service-learning trips (ISLTs) are structured experiences in a different country where students interact and engage in cross-cultural dialog with others. Month-long ...
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Position Paper
LGBTQ population health policy advocacy
Introduction: Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) community have specific health-care needs that are often overlooked by health-care providers du...
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Original Research Article
Factors Influencing the completion of 2 years of rural service by MBBS graduates at an Indian medical college – A qualitative study
Background: Physician shortage in rural areas is a global problem that is one of the contributors to disparities in health indicators between rural and urban areas. The medical college to whi...
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Brief Communication
Revitalizing journal clubs: Millennial perspectives for enhancing student learning and engagement
Background: Current trends in health professions education are aligned to meet the needs of the millennial learner. The aim of this study was to identify learners' perceptions of an ongoi...
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