January-April 2022| Vol 5| Issue 1
Unmasking the student impostor: Remedies for the impostor phenomenon to promote student success in the clinic
Healthcare graduate students are constantly adapting to various practice settings and increased rigor to meet program expectations. This increasing level of high expectations and having to perform in ...
Lack of correlation between pre-veterinary school experience hours and DVM course performance: Pros and cons of veterinary work experience as a prerequisite for admission to veterinary school
In this article, we explore the issue of prerequisite veterinary experience hours as a requirement for veterinary school applications. Our interest in this topic began with an investigation into the c...
Assessment of a virtual educational program on health professional students’ vaccine knowledge, attitudes, and confidence managing patient hesitancy
Background: Health professionals are cited as the most trusted source for vaccine information, even among the unvaccinated. Research suggests that health professional educational programs lack ...
Going beyond knowledge: Promoting subjectification in health professions education
Educational philosopher Gert Biesta has frequently reminded the greater educational community of the need to examine the purposes of education. In this light, Biesta, discusses three purpos...
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Undergraduate veterinary nursing education: A virtual active learning module integrating knowledge and skills
This article details an innovative undergraduate veterinary nursing online educational module integrating workplace safety, management, and communication concepts with a review of hazards for immunoco...
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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