Enhancing the training of internal medicine residents at Stanford by establishing a model group practice and raising its clinical educators' status
How attending physicians make instructional decisions when conducting teaching rounds
An interdisciplinary clerkship model for teaching primary care
Ubiquitous computing
Developing a computer literacy curriculum for residents
The NIH Strategic Plan
The choice for research policy
Criticisms of a report on teaching with interactive videodiscs
Must psychiatry education be a failing endeavor?
The need to train residents to write effectively
Specialty selection and success in obtaining choice of residency training among 1987 U.S. medical graduates by race-ethnicity and gender
Self-assessment programs and their implications for health professions training
Declining class size and the decline in graduates choosing family medicine
Rural training tracks in four family practice residencies
A national model of faculty development in addiction medicine
Developing students' cognitive skills in a problem-based surgery clerkship
Geriatrics fellows' perceptions of the quality of their research training
Relationship between indebtedness and the specialty choices of graduating medical students
Research in Medical Education. Proceedings of the 31st annual conference. New Orleans, Louisiana, November 1992
Improving the educational process of cancer case conferences
Help! Is anyone listening? An assessment of learning needs of practicing physicians
Test security in standardized-patient examinations
A survey of study methods, preparation time, test-taking strategies, and perceptions of test validity on a clinical performance-based examination
Relationship between scores on NBME basic science subject tests and the first administration of the newly designed NBME Part I examination
Results of the initial administrations of the NBME comprehensive Part I and Part II examinations
Assessing practicing physicians in two settings using standardized patients
First-visit bias in the measurement of clinical competence with standardized patients
Influence of premedical preparation in the humanities and social sciences on attitudes toward patient care
Prediction of medical students' academic performances
The influence of a patient's age on problem-based tutorial discussion
Do medical students' responses to patients' concerns about AIDS vary based on the patient's risk and the gender of student?
A large-scale multicenter objective structured clinical examination for licensure
Testing the equivalence of multiple-station tests of clinical competence
The medical school curriculum–how well do our graduates say we are doing?
A model for teaching medical students in an ambulatory surgery setting
Improving the care of adolescents
Students' use of prior problem representations when performing computer-based simulations
Domain knowledge and information retrieval in bacteriology
The use of a patient note to evaluate clinical skills of first-year residents who are graduates of foreign medical schools
Predictive validity of a required multidisciplinary standardized-patient examination
Comparison of computer-based learning and seminar teaching of pulmonary auscultation to first-year medical students
The computerization of clinical science examinations and its effect on the performances of third-year medical students
Effects of supplemental instruction in selected medical school science courses
Identifying poor preclinical performers who do well in clerkships
Expertise in visual diagnosis
Recent research on university learning and teaching