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Science and public policy
The Duke University program for integrating ethics and human values into medical education
Projections of physician supply and demand
Unchanging dilemmas in American medical education
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Preventing default
Improving trauma care
Physician dropout
Ethics teaching
Use of animals
Changes in admissions, lengths of stay, and discharge diagnoses at a major university-affiliated teaching hospital
Changes in the educational value of inpatients at a major teaching hospital
Teaching medical ethics during residency
A medical ethics project for third-year medical students
Academic promotion and tenure in U.S. family medicine units
Assessing the value of student case write-ups and write-up evaluations
A four-year program to train residents in emergency medical services
Evaluating the interview performance of internal medicine interns
A comparison of the spectra of diseases seen by students on a medical clerkship in 1977 and in 1987
A two-year self-assessment evaluation by students in a family medicine clerkship
A workshop to foster medical humanism in residents
The National Sexually Transmitted Diseases Prevention/Training Clinic Program and the training of health care providers about AIDS
Strategies for developing innovative programs in international medical education. Proceedings of the 1988 international invitational conference. New York, New York, July 14–15, 1988
The roles and responsibilities of United States medical schools in international medical education
Defining global medical education needs
Resources and limitations of medical centers in the United States
Strategies for developing innovative programs in international medical education. A viewpoint from Latin America
Asian medical education
Strategies for developing innovative programs in international medical education. A viewpoint from Africa
Strategies for developing innovative programs in international medical education. World health perspective
Report on the survey of international activities of U.S. health professions schools
The International Medical Scholars Program
Strategies for developing innovative programs in international medical education. Identification of educational needs
Strategies for developing innovative programs in international medical education. Selection of scholarship candidates
Recognition for completing the International Medical Scholars Program
Assurance that foreign scholars return to their home countries
Implementation of the International Medical Scholars Program
Strategies for developing innovative programs in international medical education. Suggestions for future planning