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Personality Traits and Qualifying Examinations: Do specific personality traits predict the results of cognitive medical studies admission tests?
This paper investigates whether results of the Medical Studies Aptitude Test (EMS), the official admission test for medical studies in Austria and Switzerland, are influenced by applicants’ personality traits and/or emotional intelligence (EI).
The New Professional: A case analysis exploring the teacher-student dynamic during an informal learning opportunity in global health.
A review of the educational experience between a student and mentor in achieving the educational outcomes of 'Tomorrow's Doctors'.
Effect of debriefing guide on student perceptions of tutor performance in problem-based learning
PBL tutors who are not content experts face difficulty helping students determine the extent and depth of study they should carry out.
International Clinical Elective in Benin (West Africa): A Medical Learner Survey
An insight into the International Clinical Elective in Benin, this paper will evaluate the programme from the learner's perspective.
The Responsibilities and Professional Needs of the Pediatric Clerkship Coordinators
An overview into the scope of responsibility and the professional development needs of Pediatric Clerkship Coordinators.