Medical Education Bulletin

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In the Name of Allah

 

Medical Education Bulletin (MEB) is an international, peer-reviewed journal, dedicated to publishing research and scholarly articles pertaining to medical education, developments of medical and health sciences, education theory, pedagogy, heutagogy, methodologies, practice, and other content relevant to the health professions academe. It aims to have a significant impact on scholarship in health professional education and, ultimately, on the quality of health care by prioritising papers that offer a fundamental advance in understanding of practically relevant educational issues.

 

Journal contents are of interest to teachers, researchers, clinical educators, administrators, and students. The journal welcomes papers on any aspect of health professional education. MEB accepts reports of innovation and research in medical education, case studies, survey articles, practical guidelines, reviews of current literature and Letter to Editor.

 

Your readership and continued interest in this journal and the work you present is highly appreciated. Please feel free to contact us with your comments, suggestions or questions regarding article submission or ideas you may have in mind.  Best Regards

 

 Email: MEB.2021@yahoo.com

 

 

Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2 - Serial Number 3, Summer 2021, Pages 151-218 

1. Prevalence of Different Types of Cheating in School and Academic Studies in Iran: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Pages 151-160

10.22034/meb.2021.295751.1015

Mina Akbarirad; Reza Ahmadi; Moslem Ahmadyousefi givmardi; Atiyeh Montazeri Khadem; Fatemeh Vafi sani; Anis Montazeri Khadem; Shahrzad Moeinaddini


3. A Reflection on the Types of COVID-19 Vaccines with Emphasis on the Side Effects of Vaccines; A Review

Pages 173-188

10.22034/meb.2021.296265.1016

Masumeh Saeidi; Mostafa Mahvelati Feyzabadi; Homa Jajarmi Khayyat; Zohre Tohidipour; Behrooz Mohammadi; Maryam Mirzaei; Farzaneh Fazeli


5. Evaluation of the Physical Activity of Health Volunteers using the Planned Behavior Theory and the Stages of Change Structure

Pages 199-205

10.22034/meb.2021.302642.1024

Mansoure Alipour-Anbarani; Mohammad Vahedian Shahroudi; Hamed Tabesh; Masumeh Noori; Ali Taghipour


 MEB is a member of  World Association of Medical Editors (WAME),

and follows the ICMJE Recommendations.

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