MedEdPORTAL Selected for Inclusion in MEDLINE
The Association of American Medical Colleges is pleased to announce that MedEdPORTAL: The Journal of Teaching and Learning Resources has been selected for inclusion in MEDLINE, the premier bibliographic database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Selection is determined by the recommendations of an expert advisory committee that evaluates journals based on a rigorous review of scientific quality and scope. Only 15%-20% of journals that apply are recommended by the committee. MEDLINE contains bibliographic citations from more than 5,000 biomedical journals published worldwide and is freely searchable using PubMed at http://pubmed.gov.
Founded in 2005, MedEdPORTAL was designed as a repository of materials for faculty to submit scholarly works for peer review. Today, it has grown into an open-access publication, internationally recognized as the preeminent journal for publishing educational resources in the health professions, while providing free access to thousands of high-quality educational materials. MedEdPORTAL is accessed by over 4,500 academic and health organizations in more than 175 countries, and publications are downloaded approximately 3,000 times each month.
Inclusion in MEDLINE will advance MedEdPORTAL’s growth by increasing its visibility and accessibility of published content. Scholars, researchers, educators, and health care practitioners around the world use MEDLINE as the authoritative gateway to access content from the most prestigious biomedical and health journals. In addition to equipping a broader community of readers with access to innovative and high-quality educational tools and resources, inclusion in MEDLINE solidifies MedEdPORTAL as the premier destination to publish teaching and learning materials in the health professions.
Note: PubMed and ERIC keyword suggestions re-posted with permission from Amy Blevins, formerly from University of Iowa, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences.
|Curriculum||Clinical Teaching (Health Professions)||Curriculum|
|Education [subheading]||Hospitals||Curriculum Development|
|Education, Medical||Instruction||Health Education|
|Schools, Medical||Medical Education||Learning Strategies|
|Teaching||Medical Schools||Medical Education|
|Educational Methods||Educational Methods||Educational Methods|
|Competency-Based Education||Educational Methods||Classroom Techniques|
|Education, Distance||Educational Practices||Patient Simulation|
|Patient Simulation||Teaching Methods||Simulation Environment (Teaching Method)|
|Problem-Based Learning||Teaching Methods|
|Educational Measurement||Curriculum Evaluation||Curriculum Evaluation|
|Evaluation Studies||Educational Assessment||Educational Assessment|
|Needs Assessment||Medical Care Evaluation||Evaluation|
|Self-Evaluation Programs||Student Evaluation||Student Evaluation|
|Student Groups||Student Groups||Student Groups|
|Clinical Clerkship||Clinical Experience||Continuing Medical Education|
|Education, Medical, Continuing||Graduate Medical Education||Graduate Medical Education|
|Education, Medical, Graduate||Graduate Medical Students||Medical Interns|
|Education, Medical, Undergraduate||Medical Students||Medical School Faculty|
|Internship and Residency||Physicians||Medical Students|
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