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Ambulatory Care Education
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An Efficient and Effective Teaching Model for Ambulatory Education
Development of a Handheld Computer Documentation System to Enhance an Integrated Primary Care Clerkship
A Collaborative Model for Supporting Community-based Interdisciplinary Education
Assessing Quality and Costs of Education in the Ambulatory Setting
An Analysis of Students' Clinical Experiences in an Integrated Primary Care Clerkship
Evidence for Longitudinal Ambulatory Care Rotations
Communication with Deaf and Hard-of-hearing People
The Challenge of Teaching Rehabilitative Care in Medical School
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LEARNING MEDICINE WITH A LEARNING DISABILITY
medicine and the arts
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The Training and Career Paths of Fellows in the National Research Service Award (NRSA) Program for Research in Primary Medical Care
Premed Survival
Thought-provoking Quote
The Effect of Candidates' Perceptions of the Evaluation Method on Reliability of Checklist and Global Rating Scores in an Objective Structured Clinical Examination
Standard Setting
Study Month or Vacation? Preparing for USMLE Step 2
Reflective Practice Skills in Undergraduates
Educational Assessment Center Techniques for Entrance Selection in Medical School
Health Science Learning Academy
Linking Cultural Competency and Community Service
Community Medicine in Action
Leadership Opportunities with Communities, the Medically Underserved, and Special Populations (LOCUS)
Ambulatory Rounds
Mixing it Up
Teaching Residents Humanistic Skills in a Colposcopy Clinic
A Picture is Worth More Than a Thousand Words
A Women's Health Track for Internal Medicine Residents Using Evidence-based Medicine
Improving Residents' Interviewing Skills by Group Videotape Review
Implementing a Spirituality—Medicine Curriculum in a Community-based Internal Medicine Residency Program
Teaching Medical Residents about Teenagers
A Communication Assessment and Skill-building Exercise (CASE) for First-year Residents
Training Community-responsive Physicians
Pediatric Residents as Learners and Teachers of Evidence-based Medicine
E-conferencing for Delivery of Residency Didactics
Development of an Office-based Curriculum of Common Pediatric Primary Care Skills for Residents
Assessing the Needs of Residency Program Directors to Meet the ACGME General Competencies
Colonoscopy Curriculum Development and Performance-based Assessment Criteria on a Computer-based Endoscopy Simulator
Education On-demand
A Real-time Computer Model to Assess Resident Work-hours Scenarios
Teaching and Testing Physical Examination Skills without the Use of Patients
Interactive Computer Simulations of Knee-replacement Surgery
Incorporating Simulators in a Standardized Patient Exam
An Innovative Partnership in Service
Electronic Procedure Logs
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THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE