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MedEd Publish (ISSN 2312-7996) has been launched as an e-library for papers that have not been published elsewhere. In line with the move to open access publication, this e-library provides an easy-to-search open-access resource that incorporates unpublished papers relevant to the field of education.

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Psychiatry Clinical Simulation Online Teaching Modules: A Multi-Site Prospective Study of Student Assessments

This study focused on obtaining data on student satisfaction and the modules' impact on students' confidence in disorder-specific knowledge, using surveys that evaluated the modules’ quality and effectiveness.

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The effect of restriction of reference material in an open-book exam on learning style

This paper focuses on the effect of restriction of reference material in an open-book exam on learning style.

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Instructional technologies in medical education: An important need for Faculty Development

This study evaluated what teaching technologies are considered important in medical education by teaching faculty members and to determine the degree of faculty’s confidence and interest in different available educational technologies.

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Student Perceptions on the Role of Instructional Technology in Medical Education

This study focuses on determining student perceptions on the role of teaching technologies in undergraduate medical education.

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Can grounded theory provide a framework for clinical reasoning?

This paper explains how grounded theory may more closely resembles clinical reasoning than the rigid seemingly objective hypothetico-deductive methodology of experimental research.

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