Questioning U.S. residency training
Ambulatory surgery rotation for pediatrics residents
New teaching tool for biostatistics
Residents' attitudes toward patient feedback
Little-heralded advantages of problem-based learning
Medical schools and state legislatures as partners in a changing policy world
Time to rethink accreditation criteria for programs that train health professionals
Scientists, senators, and “software”
Honoring the “E” in GME
The “Balanced Scorecard”
Implementation of a four-year multimedia computer curriculum in cardiology at six medical schools
Contemporary issues in medicine–medical informatics and population health
Content in context
Multimedia electronic medical record systems
Medical curriculum reform in North America, 1765 to the present
Do we all mean the same thing by “problem-based learning”? A review of the concepts and a formulation of the ground rules
What learners and teachers value most in ambulatory educational encounters
Effect of the framing of questionnaire items regarding satisfaction with training on residents' responses
An intervention to increase patients' trust in their physicians. Stanford Trust Study Physician Group
Teaching a screening musculoskeletal examination
Evaluation of clinical performances of emergency medicine residents using standardized patients
Evaluation of medical students' performances using the anesthesia simulator