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Volume: 29

1. Teaching Medical Students About Sexual Harassment with a Role Play Method. Page:15—20
2. History Taking and Physical Examination for Patients with Common Cardiovascular Complaints in an Outpatient Clinic by Medical Residents Supervised by an Experienced Cardiologist. Page:21—25
3. Report of the 16th Annual Conference on Medical Student Selection. Is Bachelor's Degree "Must" to Apply to Medical Schools? Page:3—7
4. Effects of Tutorials for the 1st-Year Students at Kanazawa Medical University. Page:31—37
5. Analysis and Evaluation of Problem Lists During Pediatric Bedside Learning. Page:39—43
6. Problems of English Teaching in High Schools and a Way of Improving English Teaching in Medical Schools. Page:45—50
7. An OSCE for Licensure: The Canadian Experience. Page:9—13
8. Introduction of symposium-style learning in the undergraduate medical education program. An attempt to encourage the medical students intending to have motivation and interest in the research fields of medical sciences. Page:101—105
9. Tutor Training, Responsibilities, and Future Tasks in Tutorial Education. Page:107—112
10. The Hospice From the Viewpoint of a Student. Page:113—115
11. A Proposal on the Curriculum of Clinical Epidemiology. Page:73—77
12. Student self-assessment on education in cardiology: Analysis using questionnaire. Page:79—85
13. A Diagnostic Practice. The introduction of speciality-based physical examination. Page:87—92
14. Results of our 6-months training of ECG diagnosis for the first-year postgraduate medical trainees. Page:97—100
15. Report of the 1st Workshop on Basic Clinical Competence Education Page:69—72
16. Medical education system. Report of the Working Group on the Medical Education System. Page:145—147
17. Medical education system. Recent Trends of Undergraduate Medical Education System in International Perspectives. Page:149—153
18. Medical education system. Medical School as a Graduate School. Page:155—158
19. Medical education system. Change of General Education Caused by the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law. Page:159—164
20. Medical education system. Reorganization of Chair System and Redistribution of Faculty Members at the Medical School. Page:165—168
21. Medical education system. Introduction of the Clinical Professor System to Improve Clinical Competences of Medical Students. Page:169—171
22. Medical education system. The 8-year Integrated Curriculum in the Context of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Medical Education. Page:177—179
23. Medical education system. Incentives to improve postgraduate clinical training. Page:181—184
24. Medical education system. Toward the Establishment of Integrated Teaching Programs in Medical Ethics. Page:185—188
25. The Present Condition and Problems of Postgraduate Clinical Training at Kurume University Hospital. Page:189—194
26. Analysis of Results After Introduction of X Type Questions. Page:209—213
27. Postgraduate Education Through Evidence-Based Medicine: Short-Term Effects on Knowledge and Behavior. Page:215—220
28. Attitudes and Opinions of Medical Students in Clinical Years Towards Ethical Issues in Japan. Page:221—225
29. The Cardiology Patient Simulator and its Educational Effect on Clinical Skills. Page:227—231
30. Plastic-Embedded, Surgically Resected Specimens for Teaching Surgery. Page:233—234
31. A New Portable Response Analysis System: Applications to Medical Education. Page:235—239
32. Education for a Medical Student With Quadriplegia. Page:245—251
33. Report on the 10th Forum of Leaders of Medical Education. Page:253—255
34. A Report on a Clinical Clerkship Program at an American Medical School: How Can We Motivate Medical Students? Page:257—260
35. Relationship Between Smoking and the Academic Performance of Medical Students. Page:379—383
36. Applying and Evaluation a New Course in the Igakugairon for 1st-Year Students to Develop an Active Learning Attitude. Page:385—391
37. Learning Satisfaction in Public Health Education with Student Participation. Page:393—397
38. Effects of a Communication Program in Undergraduate Medical Education on Physician's Clinical Practice. Page:399—406
39. A Person-to-Person Training Method to Master the Physical Examination of the Heart for 1st-Year Medical Trainees. Page:411—414
40. Problems of Postgraduate Clinical Training: Results of Survey of Graduates of Kochi Medical School. Page:415—418
41. List of English Teaching Materials for Medical Purposes. Page:419—424
42. The visiting report of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelfia Page:425—426