September-December 2022| Vol 5| Issue 3
Supporting resident wellness through reflection on professional identity: A novel curriculum
Background: Interventions to address distress among medical trainees often include reflective practice, as well as peer support. Few, however, have emphasized the role of professional identity ...
Implementing a combined instruction model on pregnancy options counseling for pre-clinical medical students: Expert physician panel, case-based learning, and pre-recorded lectures
Introduction: The Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO) recommends that pre-clinical medical students learn how to counsel on pregnancy options as a standard learning to...
Are the pre-internship expectations of interns in medical field met during internship?: Experience from Tanzania
Background: The transition period from an undergraduate student to an independent practitioner across healthcare professionals is challenging as new graduates experience a social, professional,...
Knowledge and expressed practices regarding needle stick injury among housekeeping staff: A descriptive survey
Background: Needle stick injury (NSI) is an accidental skin penetrating wound from a hollow bore needle. It is one of the most common occupational hazards for health care workers. Aims: ...
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Reduce, reuse, and recycle: Saving resources by repurposing data to address evaluation questions
Introduction: In program evaluation, time, and energy of program leaders and participants are often at a premium, and survey fatigue is a methodological challenge. Finding ways to reduce survey...
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