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Our specially curated medical education journals strive to share diverse research perspectives that fosters continuous clinical learners. We enable your best teaching ideas to flourish reaching medical practitioners in our global community. Our journals cover the top emerging trends in areas such as residency education, medical faculty development, and problem-based learning.

We offer a wide range of publishing options empowering you to choose to publish fully open access (OA) or hybrid open access to maximize your article’s discoverability. We are dedicated to support you in getting your emergent medical education research out quickly.

“What feels new about current work is growing interest in approaching it from an equity standpoint with the aim of making education accessible and rewarding for all. Along these lines, several studies published in TLM this volume year explore the role of identity in teaching and learning and examine the adequacy of medical education to meet the needs of diverse patient populations.” 

Anna Cianciolo, Editor in Chief; Teaching and Learning in Medicine

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The future of medical education and research: Is ChatGpt a blessing or blight in disguise?

With the rapid evolution of scientific literature and technology, experts rely more on new artificial intelligence models for convenience and easy access to needs.

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Twelve tips for the pre-brief to promote psychological safety in simulation-based education

It is recognised that simulation-based education can be stressful, and this can impact negatively on learning. A fundamental aspect of facilitating simulation is creating a safe educational environment.
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Over the past 40 years the public’s relationship with health care has progressed in a significant way. In the early 1980s, patient and public involvement (PPI) was jump-started by activists who insisted their voices be heard in the development of HIV treatments. Concurrently, a more holistic, human-centred approach to health was outlined by researchers.

Social accountability has become a universal component in medical education. However, medical schools have little guidance for operationalizing and applying this concept in practice. This study explored institutional practices and administrative perceptions of social accountability in medical education.

Factors related to individual circumstance and organizational climate are contributing to a worsening burnout problem among providers in healthcare settings. In the academic health center, junior faculty may be at particular risk for burnout given intersecting responsibilities of clinical expertise, research rigor, teaching commitments, and service expectations.

Sexual and gender minority (SGM) individuals experience high rates of harassment and discrimination when seeking healthcare, which contributes to substantial healthcare disparities. Improving physician training about gender identity, sexual orientation, and the healthcare needs of SGM patients has been identified as a critical strategy for mitigating these disparities. 

Healthcare Quality Improvement (QI) is an essential skill for medical students to acquire, although there is insufficient empirical research which suggests the best educational methods to do this. This study explored the experiences of medical students participating in two versions of a Community Action Project (CAP) which gave medical students the opportunity to learn QI skills in a community setting.
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Accelerated Medical Pathway Programs

How can we collaboratively aim to answer inquiries about student preparation for residency, impact to wellness, and workforce development? Contribute to Medical Education Online’s Call for Papers to build on the body of knowledge around accelerated medical pathway programs with attention to types of programs, outcomes, and consideration of perspectives from various stakeholders. Get your manuscript in before our September 1st deadline.

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Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Med Education

Join Medical Education Online’s Call for Papers to assemble a foundation of educational and research initiatives focusing on EDI in medical education. Together we can develop tools to assist those working towards the development and implementation of these necessary changes in curricular design, delivery, and assessment strategies for medical learners at all levels. Don’t miss our December 1st deadline.

Choosing Open Access

What is an article publishing charge? What are common sources of funding for gold open access? We’re here to guide you every step of the way to ensure your medical education research is accessible without barriers. That’s why we partner with global institutions and funders to support our authors.

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