Physician's skills needed for today's complex medical practice
Developing a research department in a community hospital
The range of normal
Taking cultural diversity seriously
Medical education research retreat
Limiting tutorial-group size
A database for PBL students
Why does moral reasoning plateau during medical school?
The machine in the garden
Mandatory national health service in the United States
When is a school not a school?
Will competition change the physician workforce? Early signals from the market
Fostering science education and science careers at the University of Kentucky
How doctors learn
Family practice, internal medicine, and pediatrics as partners in the education of generalists
An active-learning approach to basic clinical skills
The commerce of ideas
Financing academic medical centers
Content analysis of research in undergraduate medical education
The state of the literature on primary care specialty choice
Single-case experimental designs in medical education
When pharmaceutical manufacturers' employees present grand rounds, what do residents remember?
Medical school policies for part-time faculty committed to full professional effort
Research in Medical Education. Proceedings of the 34th annual conference. Washington, D.C., October 31-November 1, 1995
Standardized patients as a measure of change in the ability of family physicians to detect and manage alcohol abuse
Diagnostic accuracy and likelihood estimations of attending physicians and house officers
An evaluation of the efficacy of interactive videoconferencing in residency and continuing education
Further evidence of the relationship between case typicality and diagnostic performance
Learning pulmonary physiology
Differences in knowledge representations of experienced and inexperienced clinicians as captured by repertory grids
Large-scale high-stakes testing with an OSCE
Analysis of the psychometric properties of eight administrations of an objective structured clinical examination used to assess international medical graduates
Preliminary study of the accuracies of the old and new medical college admission tests for predicting performance on USMLE Step 1
Relationship between achievement in basic science coursework and performance on 1994 USMLE Step 1. 1994-95 Validity Study Group for USMLE Step 1/2 Pass/Fail Standards
The relationship between clinical science performance in 20 medical schools and performance on Step 2 of the USMLE licensing examination. 1994-95 Validity Study Group for USMLE Step 1 and 2 Pass/Fail Standards
Examinees' perceptions of factors influencing their performance on USMLE Step 2
Medical school applicants' essays as predictors of primary care career choice
Reliability and validity of interviewers' judgments of medical school candidates
Still-frame simulations of cardiac motion studies
The relationship between training program characteristics and scores on the cardiovascular disease certification examination
Use of a standardized-patient-based clinical performance examination as an outcome measure to evaluate medical school curricula
Students' perceptions about their courses in problem-based-learning and conventional curricula
Global rating scales in residency education
Professional and personal characteristics of graduates as outcomes of differences between combined baccalaureate–MD degree programs
Using attribution theory models to predict senior medical students' perceptions of patients and career choice
Self-reported cheating by students at one medical school
The effect of early performance on examiners' marking patterns during an oral examination
An innovative evaluation method in an internal medicine clerkship
Dimensions of feedback in clinical teaching
Validity of standardized-patient examination scores as an indicator of faculty observer ratings
Validity of simple approach to scoring and standard setting for standardized-patient cases in an examination of clinical competence
Psychometric properties of a standardized-patient checklist and rating-scale form used to assess interpersonal and communication skills
Are fully compensatory models appropriate for setting standards on performance assessments of clinical skills?
Sleep deprivation in senior medical students and first-year residents
A model smoking-intervention curriculum for medical school
Consequences of shifting medical-student education to the outpatient setting
Developing a presentation and problem-solving station in a multistation standardized-patient examination
Development of clinical reasoning exercises in a problem-based curriculum
Impact of feature interpretation on medical student diagnostic performance
A comparison of short- and long-case stations in a multiple-station test of clinical skills
Sexual harassment in medical education
Reform in medical education