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May-August 2022| Vol 5| Issue 2

Original Articles

Medical student and faculty perceptions of the COVID-19 pandemic on medical education and personal well-being

Objective: This is a retrospective questionnaire study, which aims to highlight the effects COVID-19 has had on medical education and personal well-being on medical students and faculty. Mat...


Original Articles

Predictive value of veterinary student application data for assessing adjustment to year 1 of veterinary school

Background: The veterinary education literature warns of psychological distress among doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) students. Despite its impact on veterinary education, there is little r...


Original Articles

Faculty perceptions on academic entitlement in graduate health professional students

Objective: This descriptive study evaluates faculty perceptions of academic entitlement (AE) in graduate health professional students. Materials and Methods: A cross-sectional descriptiv...


Original Articles

Authentic pharmacotherapy case study enhances learning outcomes in pharmacology in preprofessional undergraduate students

Introduction: Professional health training curricula that integrate basic and clinical sciences are associated with improved learning outcomes. Authentic clinical case studies that capture the ...


Original Articles

A mixed-methods, validity informed evaluation of a virtual OSCE for undergraduate medicine clerkship

Background: Pandemic-related learning environment disruptions have threatened clinical skills development and assessment for medical students and prompted a shift to virtual objective structure...


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Education in the Health Professions, a publication of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine (USA), is a peer-reviewed online 3 Issues journal.

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