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September-December 2021| Vol 4| Issue 3

Perspective

Using outcomes-based curricular planning to improve clinical education: Examples from a veterinary neurology clerkship

Clerkships are an important part of veterinary education, but the many inherent challenges to teaching in a service-oriented setting result in widely variable, sometimes insufficient learning opportun...


Special Report

Pods, squads, and crash nights: Alumni mentoring in a Zoom-ing world

We developed an alumni mentoring system to help support veterinary students during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The goal was to connect students to the outside world and provide s...


Original Article

Impact of online courses and grading framework on student learning and motivation

Background: At our institution, the COVID-19 pandemic led to an abrupt change from traditional in-person instruction to remote teaching along with a concurrent change from letter grades to sati...


Original Article

Near-peer learning in medical education: An evaluation of a student-led, online COVID-19 Course

Background: The coronavirus disease-2019 stressed health science education across many science disciplines. At one public medical school, faculty educators responded with the design and deliver...


Original Article

Impact of voice conservation sensitization program in nursing trainees: A pre–post comparison

Introduction: Vocal hygiene sensitization programs help in propagating the information about conservation of voice in a swift manner to a target population. Nurses being bridge between patients...


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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 print + online 3 Issues journal.

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