MedEdPublish (ISSN 2312-7996) is an e-journal which offers an easy-to-search open access resource of papers relevant to the field of medical education with peer review following publication.
How to Make an Effective e-Poster
Posters are an integral part of academic conferences, but have limitations. In this study the authors draw on the literature and their own experience of creating and judging e-posters to present some ideas for e-poster designers so that they can fully utilise the potential of this new medium.
Engaging medical students and their teachers with the determinants of health: the approaches and impact of a curriculum development at one large UK medical school
Social determinants of health (‘SDH’) often underlie the health behaviours that contribute to non-communicable disease. This paper reports on the introduction of core curriculum modifications with explicit learning outcomes around SDH in one large medical school.
E-Portfolios: Are they useful in occupational therapy education?
E-portfolios can be a useful teaching, learning and professional tool. This study aimed to determine if an e-portfolio (Mahara) could be use to map occupational therapy student competency as they moved through a graduate entry course.
The acceptability of general practice registrars as teachers: an exploratory study
Vertical integration of teaching is seen as a key response to increasing number of learners in general practice. This exploratory study of GP registrar teaching in regional general practices in the state of Tasmania, Australia investigates the nature and extent of teaching.
Problem based learning (PBL): tutor perception of group work and learning
This paper reports a survey on how PBL is perceived by tutors.