Foreword Theory - Practice - Theory: A Healthy Cycle in Medical Education
Changes in Moral Reasoning during Medical School
How Medical School Shapes Students’ Orientation to Patients' Psychological Problems
Validity of NBME Part I and Part II Scores in Prediction of Part III Performance
Class Ranking Models for Deans' Letters and Their Psychometric Evaluation
Admission Interview Ratings: Relationship to Applicant Academic and Demographic Variables and Interviewer Characteristics
Accuracy of Surgery Clerkship Performance Raters
Interrelationships between Knowledge and Performance-based Testing in a Surgery Clerkship
Can Trait Anxiety, Grades, and Test Scores Measured Prior to Medical School Matriculation Predict Clerkship Performance?
Is Test Security an Issue in a Multistation Clinical Assessment?—A Preliminary Study
The Influences of Student and Standardized Patient Genders on Scoring in an Objective Structured Clinical Examination
The Interaction of Student Gender and Standardized-patient Gender on a Performance-based Examination of Clinical Competence
The Assessment of Interpersonal Skills Using Standardized Patients
Using Unannounced Simulated Patients to Evaluate Sexual Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction Skills of Practicing Physicians
A Comparison of Short-answer and Extended-matching Question Scores in an Objective Structured Clinical Exam
The Impact of Medical School Debt on Postgraduate Career and Lifestyle
Clinician Involvement in Practice Analysis and Change in Three Teaching Hospitals
Demonstrating the Efficacy of the Patient Logbook as a Program Evaluation Tool
An Inquiry into the Education of the Surgical Clinical Investigator
An Assessment of the Impact of Ambulatory Care Education of Third-year Medical Students
Trends in the Medical Knowledge and Clinical Competence of Graduates of Internal Medicine Residency Training Programs
The Use of Standardized Patients to Evaluate the Spoken-English Proficiency of Foreign Medical Graduates
Sequential Testing with a Performance-based Examination Using Standardized Patients
Validating an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) as a Method for Selecting Foreign Medical Graduates for a Pre-internship Program
Semantic Structures and Diagnostic Thinking of Experts and Novices
Search Path Mapping: A Versatile Approach for Visualizing Problem-solving Behavior
Framing Bias among Expert and Novice Physicians
A Case Study of Student-directed Discussion in Four Problem-based Tutorial Groups
The Effect of Curriculum Era on NBME Part 1 Outcomes in a Problem-based versus a Traditional Curriculum Track
Selecting and Implementing Standard-setting Procedures
Graduates in Practice: Evaluation Methodology
Developing Humanism Skills: From Theory to Practice
Continuous Quality Improvement in Medical Education: Applying Industrial Models to Medical Education
Curriculum Design in Response to Societal Needs and Expectations: Educating Future Physicians for Ontario
Action Research for Ambulatory Care Education: Strategies for Change
Systematic Procedures for Curriculum Evaluation: Does Anything Ever Change?
The Role of Recertification and Relicensure Programs in the Maintenance of Competence
Offices of Research in Medical Education: “What Have You Guys Ever Done Anyway?”