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September-December 2021 | Vol 34 | Issue 3

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Co-editors' Notes
Against the backdrop of the global pandemic and humanitarian crises worldwide, we present this issue of Education for Health. We include various article formats: An Original Research Article, Brief ...
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Education for health 2021 reviewers
The co-editors of Education for Health thank the reviewers who have stood by the Journal, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, and continued to provide invaluable support with timely reviews and...
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Brief Communication
From millstones to milestones: Scaffolding a house of public health on political science foundations
Background: We analyze the University of British Columbia's Department of Political Science's first course on health, “Global Politics and Health,” to determine whether on...
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Original Article
Strengthening the feedback culture in a postgraduate residency program
Background: Feedback is defined as specific information presented to a learner that facilitates professional development through the process of reflection. Timely provision of constructive fe...
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Brief Communication
Mindfulness-based intervention for college faculties and students in Brazil
Background: Teacher and students' stress has been a challenge in education. An approach to stress reduction is mindfulness training. The Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) has been...
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