Vol 16, No 4 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial, Vol 16.4 PDF
Andy Wearn 1-2

Articles

“Constantly ignored and told to disappear”: A review of the literature on “teaching by humiliation” in medicine PDF
Jenny Barrett, Karen Scott 3-14
Australian medical students’ perceptions towards the introduction of MD courses in medical education PDF
Rahul Barmanray, Jasmine Zhu, Katherine Reid, Agnes Dodds 15-22
“We don’t know what we need to learn”: Medical student perceptions of preparedness for practice in men’s health PDF
Carol Holden, Veronica Collins, Sylvia Pomeroy, Richard Turner, Benedict Canny, Bu Yeap, Gary Wittert, Rob McLachlan 23-37
Who wants to be a GP? An examination of the Medical Schools Outcomes Database PDF
Nicole Koehler, Christine McMenamin 38-49
Using concept maps to understand student learning in a compulsory volunteering subject in occupational therapy PDF
Mary Kennedy-Jones, Naji Kinaz, Pricilla Ennals 50-63
Impact of vicarious learning through peer observation during simulation on student behavioural measures PDF
Kae Livsey, Erin Lavender-Stott 64-73
Agricultural health and medicine in rural medicine training: Evaluation of “Farm Days” PDF
Scott Kitchener, Kay Brumptom, Julie Dillon 74-81

Innovative Teaching and Learning Project

Perceived value of online video demonstrations as an adjunct to learning surface anatomy for physiotherapy students PDF
Daniel O'Brien, Jill Caldwell, Elizabeth Culav, Heather Clark 82-85

Reviewer Acknowlegement

Vol 16 Reviewer Acknowledgement PDF
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