Health Professions Education is an international, peer reviewed, open access journal published by Association of Medical Education of the Eastern-Mediterranean Region (AMEE) in affiliation with the World Federation of Medical Education (WFME) and the Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office of the World Health Organization (EMRO). The publication of the journal is sponsored by a generous grant of King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. This implies that prospective authors do not have to pay a fee once their paper is accepted for publication. The establishment of Health Professions Education in 2015 was a response to the fact that the field is expanding. Health Professions Education is a multidisciplinary journal the seeks to contribute to theory and research inviting manuscripts from the full panorama of the field of health professionals’ education. The journal currently publishes 4 issues per year.

Health Professions Education is indexed in Scopus and Google Scholar. Its CiteScore is 4.1.

See the Aims & Scope for complete coverage of the journal.

Current Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1 (2024)



Original Research Reports


The Effect of Incivility among Undergraduate Healthcare Students in Saudi Arabia: An Exploratory Study
Ahmad A. Alanazi, Waad E. Aljuryyad, Sara A. Alsuwais, Arwa Alruwaili, Noora N. Mumenah, Abdullah A. Alabdali, and Winnie Philip


Influence of Perceived Clinical Supervision of Student Nurses on their Burnout Experience
Ejercito Mangawa BALAY-ODAO, Angela A. MOULIC, and Charmaine N. PALOGA


Tensions in Competence by Design implementation: A qualitative multidisciplinary study to identify factors that promote and impede Entrustable Professional Activity acquisition among faculty and residents at a Canadian university
Quinten S. Paterson, Sharon E. Card, Benjamin Leis, Lindsey Broberg, Stéphanie Beckett, Tanya Robertson-Frey, Nina Gao, Brian Ulmer, and Lynsey J. Martin

Good Practices


How Medical Students Make Meaning of Uncertainty through a Novel Pediatric Psycho-Oncology Rotation
Matthew C Darok, Lisa Ho, Maria S Holstrom-Mercader, F Jeffrey Lorenz, Andrew S Freiberg, and Cheryl A Dellasega


A Longitudinal and Deliberate Interprofessional Education Program in a Pharmacy School
Mohammed A. Islam, Marilyn Uvero, David Omut, and Arjun Dutta


Introduction of PBL in the First Year of Traditional Medical Curriculum
Stella Loizou, Achilleas Pavlou, Olivia Anne Cory, and Daniel Thomas Ireland