FAIMER Articles in Education for Health

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Education for Health (EfH), the peer-reviewed, MEDLINE-indexed journal of The Network: Towards Unity for Health, recently publicized the top five most frequently visited articles published in the journal in 2007. Two of the articles were authored by FAIMER staff and FAIMER Institute Fellows. The top five articles, listed in descending order by number of “hits,” were:

Application of the Health Belief Model for Osteoporosis Prevention among Middle School Girl Students, Garmsar, Iran
S.M. Hazavehei, M.H. Taghdisi, M. Saidi

Capacity Building in Medical Education and Health Outcomes in Developing Countries: the Missing Link
W.P. Burdick, P.S. Morahan, J.J. Norcini

Research on Medical Migration from Sub-Saharan Medical Schools: Usefulness of a Feasibility Process to Define Barriers to Data Collection and Develop a Practical Study
A. Longombe (PHIL 2003), V. Burch (PHIL 2001), S. Luboga (PHIL 2003), C. Mkony (PHIL 2003), E. Olapade-Olaopa (PHIL 2002), B. Otieno-Nyunya (PHIL 2001), B. Afolabi (PHIL 2002), E. Nwobodo (PHIL 2004), S. Kiguli (PHIL 2004), W.P. Burdick, J.R. Boulet, P.S. Morahan

Gender Sensitization among Health Providers and Communities through Transformative Learning Tools: Experiences from Karachi, Pakistan
B.T. Shaikh, S. Reza, M. Afzal, F. Rabbani

DREEM and beyond; studies of the educational environment as a means for its enhancement
S.R. Whittle, B. Whelan, D.G. Murdoch-Eaton

The Network: Towards Unity for Health is a global consortium of health professions schools committed to improving the education of health professionals with a focus on strategies that improve responsiveness to the needs of communities. EfH is dedicated to the dissemination of scholarship that reflects the Network’s mission and goals, goals that FAIMER shares. FAIMER has provided financial support to EfH and two FAIMER staff members, Jack Boulet and Bill Burdick, are members of the EfH Editorial Board. EfH publishes “original contributions of interest to health and clinical practitioners, educators, policy makers, administrators, and learners in the health professions. Specifically this focus is on global models of health system integration and health professions education that lead to improved health and health care delivery.”