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The ACGME Is Unable to Address Residents' Overwork
The ACGME Is Unable to Address Residents' Overwork
“Or sodai gomi” and Academic Medicine
CANINE THERAPY
The Changing Field of Academic Public Health
A Program to Facilitate Clinical Research in an AHC
Why Physicians Are Unprepared to Treat Patients Who Have Alcohol- and Drug-related Disorders
What Residents Are Not Learning
Origins of Modern Premedical Education
Do Biomedical Researchers Have a Role in the Future of Medical Education?
Role Models and the Learning Environment
Medical Education at the Mid-Century
medicine and the arts
Ikiru [“To Live”],
Direct Graduate Medical Education Payments to Teaching Hospitals by Medicare
Measuring the Direct Costs of Graduate Medical Education Training in Minnesota
Why Aren't There More Women Leaders in Academic Medicine? The Views of Clinical Department Chairs
Self-reported Competency Ratings of Graduates of a Problem-based Medical Curriculum
“Practicing” Medicine without Risk
Relationship of Tutors' Group-dynamics Skills to Their Performance Ratings in Problem-based Learning
Obstacles to Residents' Conducting Research and Predictors of Publication
Applying Practical Preventive Skills in a Preclinical Preceptorship
The Longitudinal Primary Care Clerkship at Harvard Medical School
A Primary Care Preceptorship for First-year Medical Students Coordinated by an Area Health Education Center Program
The Scholars in Primary Care Program
An Online Summer Course for Prematriculation Medical Students
Using Lessons from American Indian Health Professionals at a Health Science Center
Applicants' Perceptions of the Formal Faculty Interview during Residency Recruitment
The Experience of Illness Module for Beginning Medical Students
Developing a Stage-appropriate Professionalism Curriculum
Medical Student Learning Groups
Enriching the White Coat Ceremony with a Module on Professional Responsibilities
A Longitudinal Approach to Teaching and Assessing Professional Attitudes and Behaviors in Medical School
A Workshop to Teach and Evaluate Medical Students' Altruism
Use of the Emotional Quotient Inventory in Medical Education
Measuring the Emotional Intelligence of Medical School Matriculants
Addressing Prejudice in Medicine during a Third-year Family Medicine Clerkship
Objective Assessment and Structured Teaching of Disability Etiquette
Communication Skills in Women's Health Care
Using the “Question of Scruples” Game to Teach Managed Care Ethics to Students
A Year-long Course for Third-year Students on Ethics, Professionalism, and Communication
Cultural Immersion in a Cultural Competency Curriculum
A Course about Culture and Gender in the Clinical Setting for Third-year Students
A Pathway on Serving Multicultural and Underserved Populations
A Culture OSCE
A One-month Cultural Competency Rotation for Pediatrics Residents
Teaching Pediatrics Residents to Communicate with Patients across Differences
An International Health/Tropical Medicine Elective
Training in End-of-life Care through Interaction with Dying Patients
A One-day Interclerkship on End-of-life Care
A Longitudinal Home Hospice Rotation for Internal Medicine Residents
Integrating Spirituality into the Family Medicine Residency Curriculum
Student Attitudes toward Wellness, Empathy, and Spirituality in the Curriculum
A Comprehensive Approach to Teaching Smoking-cessation Strategies
An Integrated Approach to a Tobacco-dependence Curriculum
Collaboration among Four Medicine Specialties to Develop a Curriculum on Preconception Health
An Interdisciplinary Effort in Nutrition Education in Medical School
The Berkeley Suitcase Clinic
Teaching Students about Health Care of the Homeless
A Fourth-year Elective Course in Alternative Medicine
Nurturing Students' Interest in Primary Care Research Through Summer Training in Meta-analysis
Threading Geriatrics Content through a Four-year Curriculum
A “Medical Team” Format for Tutorial Groups and Cases
Analyzing Power Relationships to Teach about Domestic Violence
Identification of Factors That Influence the Likelihood of Screening for Domestic Violence by Medical Students and Residents
A Teaching Module to Prevent Needle Sticks and Exposures to Body Fluid
Use of Autopsy Cases for Integrating and Applying the First Two Years of Medical Education
A Workshop for First-year Medical Students on Communicating Scientific Information to Patients
An Approach to Clinical Correlations That Stimulates Clinical Problem-solving Skills
Online Peer Evaluation in Basic Pharmacology
Application of Team Learning in a Medical Physiology Course
Teaching Cardiovascular Physiology Using Patient Simulation
Using Personal Digital Assistants in a Family Medicine Clerkship
Depression Curriculum for Students in a Primary Care Internal Medicine Clerkship
Melding the Family Medicine and General Internal Medicine Rotations into an Ambulatory Clerkship
The Longitudinal Patient-centered Experience
Using Standardized Patients to Identify Students Needing Extra Training in Interviewing Skills
A Competency-based Approach to Clinical Evaluation of Students in the Emergency Department
An Interdisciplinary Interclerkship in Genetic Testing and Ethics
A Learner-centered Evidence-based Medicine Rotation in a Family Practice Residency
Supporting Residents' EBM Research on Faculty's Outpatient Case Studies
The Evolution of SUMSearch™ for Teaching Clinical Informatics to Third-year Medical Students
MEOW
Skills Base
A Web-based Database for Sharing Educational Multimedia within and among Medical Schools
A National Web Site for Residents as Teachers
A Web-based Curriculum to Improve Residents' Education in Outpatient Medicine
The ECLectic Module
Creating Web-based Patient Education to Enhance Students' Experience in a PBL Curriculum
Web-based Case Simulations for a Primary Care Clerkship
An Active Learning Framework That Delivers Clinical Education Case Studies on the Web
A Web-based Clinical Curriculum on the Cardiac Exam
Collaborative Planning of a Web-based Learning Resource for Primary Care Education
An Interactive, Web-based Learning Environment for Pathophysiology
Web-based Assessment for Students' Testing and Self-monitoring
The Use of Medical Students in Developing Web-based Curriculum Applications
Use of Verbot™ Technology to Enhance Classroom Lecture
A “Gold Standard” for Designing Web Sites for Clerkships' Online Syllabi
A Retreat on Leadership Skills for Residents
Using Feedback from Patients' Families to Teach Anesthesia Residents
Response to the Effect of Hospitalist Systems on Residency Education
Employing Hospitalists to Improve Residents' Inpatient Learning
A Rotation in Population-based Health for Internal Medicine Residents
Using Small-group Workshops to Improve Surgical Residents' Technical Skills
Case-based Teaching of Perioperative Medicine
The Role of Problem-based Learning in a New Family Practice Residency Curriculum
A Comprehensive Curriculum in Managed Care for Residents
A Workshop for First-year Residents on Discussing “Code Status” in Hospitals
Child Advocacy Training for Pediatrics Residents
Education in Quality of Care in an Internal Medicine Residency Program
A Multidisciplinary Ambulatory Curriculum for a Third-year Rotation
An Integrated Model for Teaching Psychiatry in the Community
A Community Hospice Rotation for Medicine Residents
A Senior Ambulatory Block for Aspiring General Internists
Improving Systems for Preventive Care via Academic Detailing by Students
Using “Learning Logs” to Track Experiences with Preceptors
The Students Follow Patients Program
A Rotation in Chronic-care Pediatrics with a Focus on Children and Their Families in the Community
A Modular Family Medicine Training Program at the Master's-degree Level and Taught at a Distance
Resident Pairing
A Telemedicine Case Conference to Teach Medical Students in a Pediatrics Setting
A Curriculum to Teach Residents to Teach in the Ambulatory Setting
Developing Benchmarks to Measure Instructional Quality for Ambulatory Education
A Teaching Scholars Program to Improve Faculty Development
The Primary Care Faculty Leadership Fellowship for Family Medicine
The Administrative Tutorial
Using Student Focus Groups to Improve Faculty Performance
Using Students' Perceptions of Internal Medicine Teachers' Professionalism
A Program for Peer Teachers in Undergraduate Medical Education
Using a Brochure to Recruit Faculty to Teach
A Cross-training Program for Internal Medicine and Gynecology