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FOREWORD
The Aging Physician
A Criterion-based, Peer Review Process for Assessing the Scholarship of Educational Leadership
Warning Signs of Declining Faculty Diversity
Undergraduate Institutional MCAT Scores as Predictors of USMLE Step 1 Performance
Sooner or Later? USMLE Step 1 Performance and Test Administration Date at the End of the Second Year
Determining the Consequences for Rural Applicants When Additional Consideration is Discontinued in a Medical School Admission Process
Gauging Interest in Community Service
How Admission Committees Decide
Reliability and Validity of an Objective Structured Teaching Examination for Generalist Resident Teachers
Clinical Skills Deficiencies among First-year Residents
Moonlighting and Indebtedness Reported by PGY2 Residents
Structured Assessment of Minor Surgical Skills (SAMSS) for Clinical Clerks
Superior Student Chart Notes Challenge Medicare Documentation Policies
Faculty Evaluation of Surgery Clerkship Students
The Relationship between Student Anonymity and Responses from Two Medical Schools on the Association of American Medical Colleges' Graduation Questionnaire
Evaluating Curricular Effects on Medical Students' Knowledge and Self-perceived Skills in Cancer Prevention
Effect of Curriculum Reform on Students' Preparedness for Clinical Clerkships
The Jefferson Scale of Physician Empathy
Dual-track CME
The Value of Patient and Peer Ratings in Recertification
Believing Is Seeing
An Empirical Validity Study of a Preceptor Evaluation Instrument
Pulling Together and Pushing Apart
Examinee Performance on Computer-based Case Simulations as Part of the USMLE Step 3 Examination
An Examination of the Contribution of Computer-based Case Simulations to the USMLE Step 3 Examination
Examining Subgroup Differences on the Computer-based Case-Simulation Component of USMLE Step 3
Web-based Learning
The Introduction of Computer-based Case Simulations into the United States Medical Licensing Examination
Is There Any Real Virtue of Virtual Reality?
Implications of Suicide Contagion for the Selection of Adolescent Standardized Patients
Construct-irrelevant Variance and Flawed Test Questions
Measuring Residents' Care Management Knowledge