A bi-national perspective on continuing medical education
New horizons for research in continuing medical education
Developing and maintaining a sound undergraduate clerkship curriculum [published erratum appears in Acad Med 1990 Oct;65(10):629],
The financial status of U.S. teaching hospitals
New starting dates for house officers
Rural health care
Primary prevention of emotional impairment among medical trainees
Psychosocial assets and mental health of minority medical students
The health status and life satisfaction of first-year medical students
Psychiatric impairment in medical students
Institutional resources for medical students in committed relationships
Marital adjustment among housestaff and new attorneys
How reorganizing a general medicine clinic affected residents' and patients' satisfaction
Research in medical education. Proceedings of the twenty-ninth annual conference sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges. October 1990, San Francisco, California
Admission committee dissent as a predictor of problems in medical school
Professional identity and academic achievement–considerations for the admission process
Teaching old dogs new tricks
Using simulated patients to train physicians in sexual risk assessment and risk reduction
Physician practice characteristics as a context for primary care treatment decision making
Problem-based learning
A study of non-volunteer faculty in a problem-based curriculum
The effect of level of expertise on answer key development
Setting content-based standards for national board exams
Sources of observer variation in dermatologic diagnosis
Effects of pattern matching, pattern discrimination, and experience in the development of diagnostic expertise
Which medical textbook to read? Emphasizing semantic structures
Detecting and correcting for rater-induced differences in standardized patient tests of clinical competence
A comparison of free-response and cued-response diagnosis scores in an evaluation of clinical competence utilizing standardized patients
Generalizability of standardized patients' satisfaction ratings of their clinical encounter with fourth-year medical students
Professional decisions and ethical values in medical and law students
The effects of early patient contact
Investigation into the educational process of cancer case conferences
Viability of the commitment-for-change evaluation strategy in continuing medical education
The validity of an essay test of clinical judgment
The scoring and reproducibility of an essay test of clinical judgment
An assessment of an oral examination format for evaluating clinical competence in emergency medicine
Do person-oriented medical students choose person-oriented specialties? Do technology-oriented medical students avoid person-oriented specialties?
Factors influencing medical students to choose primary care or non-primary care specialties
Prediction of academic achievement in family medicine
Order effects in standardized patient examinations
Student fatigue as a variable affecting performance in an objective structured clinical examination
Factors associated with the accuracy of standardized patient presentation
Psychological interpretation of labels used to evaluate third-year medical students
Comparison of “fact-recall” with “higher-order” questions in multiple-choice examinations as predictors of clinical performance of medical students
The assessment of clinical skills/competence/performance
Clinical education