The International Journal of Medical Students

The International Journal of Medical Students (IJMS) is an online peer-reviewed open-access scientific journal (ISSN 2076-6327), created to share the scientific production and experiences of medical students worldwide. Our objective is to be the primary diffusion organ for medical students, using standards that accredit the process of scientific publication.

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Vol 2, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

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Transparency in the International Journal of Medical Students PDF HTML
Francisco J Bonilla-Escobar, Aisha K Gharaibeh, Stuart J Mires, Ashok H Abhishek 3-4

Original Articles

Should Research Thesis be a Prerequisite for Doctor of Medicine Degree? A Cross-sectional Study at Jordan University of Science and Technology PDF HTML
Aisha Gharaibeh, Yazan S. Mousa 5-9
Gender Differences in Response to Experimental Pain among Medical Students from a Western State of India PDF HTML
Pratik N Akhani, Samir J Mendpara, Bhupendra M Palan, Jaman M Harsoda 10-14

Short Communications

Tobacco Usage among Males in Rural Tamil Nadu, India: A Cross-sectional Study PDF HTML
Kalaivani Annadurai, Geetha Mani, Raja Dhanasekaran 15-18

Case Reports

Postoperative and Postpartum Onset of Chronic Parkinsonism: Four Case Reports PDF HTML
Manish Ramani, Marcie Rabin, Roger Kurlan 19-21


Cardionephrology: A Widespread Discipline for 21th Century Medical Students and Young Nephrology Residents PDF HTML
Rodolfo F Rivera, Fulvio Floccari, Germán Diaz-Parodi, Luca Di Lullo 22-24
The Procedure PDF HTML
David Mathew 25


Technology Trends in Medical Education PDF HTML
Pishoy Gouda, John Campion 26

Acknowledgement of Reviewers

Acknowledgement of Reviewers of the International Journal of Medical Students, Vol 1, 2013 PDF HTML
The Executive Committee of IJMS 27
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