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Turf wars and curriculum change
Further reflections on dying
Should private practitioners be paid for teaching?
The need for Spanish-language training at UCLA
Perceived racial prejudice in medical education
The “computer initiative” at Case Western
Assisting residents with career decisions
Admission of Asian Americans to U.S. medical schools
I love this job
Affirmative action in medical education
Extending the pipeline for minority physicians
Sustaining the development of primary care in academic medicine. Working Group on Sustaining the Development of Academic Primary Care. Association of American Medical Colleges
Medical students' evaluations of curriculum innovations at ten North American medical schools
Successful peer review of courses
Service-learning
Creating the practice-learning environment
Improving health and reducing costs through information technology
Precollege enrichment programs intended to increase the representation of minorities in medicine [published erratum appears in Acad Med 1998 Oct;73(10):1038],
Enrichment programs for undergraduate college students intended to increase the representation of minorities in medicine [published erratum appears in Acad Med 1998 Oct;73(10):1038],
Factors influencing the career choices of physicians trained at Yale-New Haven Hospital from 1929 through 1994
Junior faculty members' mentoring relationships and their professional development in U.S. medical schools
Beneficial and harmful effects of augmented feedback on physicians' clinical-teaching performances
Critical success factors for promotion and tenure in family medicine departments
Attrition rates of underrepresented minority students at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, 1993-1997
What hysterectomy [corrected] patients want to know about the roles of residents and medical students in their care [published erratum appears in Acad Med 1998 Apr;73(4):432],
Are medical students ready to provide HIV-prevention counseling?
Proficiency of PG-1 internal medicine residents in performing the pelvic examination
Medical students' attitudes at one school toward accident and emergency medicine as a career
Classroom lectures do not influence family practice residents' learning