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Physicians Must Confront Ageism
Model Still Needed for Defining and Evaluating Quality of Ambulatory Care Education
Model Still Needed for Defining and Evaluating Quality of Ambulatory Care Education
Physicians Need More Education about Inherited Cancer Predisposition
Why Argentinian Students Studied Medicine Then and Now
Academic Medicine and the Issues of Aging
Letters from My Mother and Her Friends
Pressure from Our Aging Population Will Broaden Our Understanding of Medicine
Reflections on Death and Dying
Questions for Societies with “Third Age” Populations
Aging Research and Education Centers in the United States : A Compendium
Introduction
Cutting the Gordian Knot : A Two-part Approach to the Evaluation and Professional Development of Residents
A Human-centered Approach to Medical Informatics for Medical Students, Residents, and Practicing Clinicians
medicine and the arts
The Sound and the Fury
A Lesson from Our Elders
AAMC Focus
Meeting the Challenges of an Aging Population
Downsizing of Basic Science Departments in U.S. Medical Schools : Perceptions of Their Chairs
Academic Deans' Views on Curriculum Content in Medical Schools
Predicting Who Will Choose a Family Medicine Residency
The Effect of Incorporating Women's Health into a PBL Curriculum on Students' Tendencies to Identify Learning Issues in an Ambulatory Care Setting
The Effect of Educational Gifts from Pharmaceutical Firms on Medical Students' Recall of Company Names or Products
A Pilot Study to Determine the Effect of Patient Educators on Medical Students' and Residents' Skills in Joint Examination
The Relationship of Students' Admission Interview Ratings to Their Performances in a Medical-interviewing Course
Baseline Results on the ATSIM before the Introduction of a Revised Medical Curriculum