This week, the KeyLIME goes international, each selecting a paper from an international journal. Jon introduces an article from the African Journal of Health Professions Education; Lara presents one from the Bangladesh Journal of Medical Education; Linda’s selection is from the Igaku Kyoiku / Medical Education (Japan) and Jason recommends a paper from the Journal of Education and Health Promotion (India).
- Mupawose A et al. 2021. Facilitators of and barriers to clinical supervision of speech-language pathology students in South Africa: A pilot study. African Journal of Health Professions Education. 13(1):23-28
- Aktar MT et al. 2021. Teachers’ view about feminization of Medical Education in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Medical Education. 12(2):4-9
- Sawayama Y et al. 2019. Learning Impact of “Clinical Diagnostics Lecture” on Simulated Patients. Igaku Kyoiku . 50(5): 473-479.
Tayade MC et al. 2021. Effectiveness of early clinical exposure in medical education: Settings and scientific theories – Review. Journal of Education and Health Promotion.10:117.
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