eISSN 2235-4956
Goutham Rao

Medical Education Development is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal with a mission to disseminate new developments in the broad field of medical education so that they may be adopted and implemented in different settings. Medical Education Development targets a broad international audience of medical educators and others with an interest in medical education. This comprises, but is not limited to, medical school faculty members, faculty members of graduate medical programs, researchers in medical education, administrators of medical education programs, continuing medical education developers and providers, and hospitals, health systems, and other organizations with an interest in promoting quality improvement through education. The journal seeks to establish a niche in the area of detailed descriptions of educational innovations. Examples include new medical education technologies (e.g. simulation programs), innovative curricula, and new approaches to tackling existing problems in medical education. With few exceptions, we are not interested in the following: Descriptive studies of knowledge, attitudes, or practices of students, graduate trainees, or practicing physicians, papers which target health professionals outside the medical profession (e.g. nurses, social workers), papers which deal primarily with clinical or basic science topics but not with medical education.


Ceased publication


PAGEPress has planned an internal reconstruction in order to focus more carefully on the development of its journals and to achieve a better resources management.
Given the slow development of Medical Education Development starting from 1st January 2014 it won’t accept any further submissions.
Papers still in review will be processed and published in the current issue of the journal, and archived issues will always be available at this site.
Moreover, articles will also be accessible through the Portico digital preservation service, our partner in keeping digital contents always available.
We would like to thank Editors, Authors and Reviewers for their commitment in shaping and promoting this publication.