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Meeting the Challenge to Improve End-of-life-care Education
FAMILY ROLES OF THE ELDERLY AS A FOCUS IN TEACHING COMPREHENSIVE MEDICINE 1967
“Face-to-face with It”
“I Learned That No Death Is Routine”
Enhancing Palliative Care Education in Medical School Curricula
Care at the End of Life
VINCENT VAN GOGH
ACGME Requirements for End-of-life Training in Selected Residency and Fellowship Programs
Physicians' Ratings of Their Knowledge, Attitudes, and End-of-life-care Practices
The More Things Change
The Precarious Position of the Medical Humanities in the Medical School Curriculum
How Do Physicians Teach Empathy in the Primary Care Setting?
“MERGERS OF TEACHING HOSPITALS IN BOSTON, NEW YORK AND NORTHERN CALIFORNIA”
Diary of a Zen Nun
Diary of a Zen Nun
The Impacts of Supervision, Patient Mix, and Numbers of Students on the Effectiveness of Clinical Rotations
The Determinants of Attitudinal Change among Medical Students Participating in Home Care Training
Can Medical School Admission Committee Members Predict Which Applicants Will Choose Primary Care Careers?
Natural History of Knowledge Deficiencies following Clerkships
Health Professions Students' Perceptions of Interprofessional Relationships