More on Medical Education Reform
Acknowledgment of Academic Medicine Reviewers
Most Frequently Accessed Articles, September 2002–2003∗
Integrating the Social and Behavioral Sciences in an Undergraduate Medical Curriculum: The UCSF Essential Core
The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
Faculty and the Observation of Trainees’ Clinical Skills: Problems and Opportunities
Bringing Good Teaching Cases “To Life”: A Simulator-Based Medical Education Service
Use of Standardized Patients to Enhance a Psychiatry Clerkship
Training U.S. Medical Students to Care for the Chronically Ill
Effectiveness of the One-Minute Preceptor Model for Diagnosing the Patient and the Learner: Proof of Concept
Professional Development at the Gas Station
Teaching Points Identified by Preceptors Observing One-Minute Preceptor and Traditional Preceptor Encounters
Do Clerkship Directors Think Medical Students Are Prepared for the Clerkship Years?
Evaluating the Texas Statewide Family Practice Preceptorship Program, 1992–2000
The Integration of Clinical Medicine with the Preclinical Sciences 1937
Ambulatory Care Education: How Do Academic Medical Centers, Affiliated Residency Teaching Sites, and Community-Based Practices Compare?
Medical Student Evaluation of the Quality of Hospitalist and Nonhospitalist Teaching Faculty on Inpatient Medicine Rotations
“The Mirror” and “The Village”: A New Method for Teaching Practice-Based Learning and Improvement and Systems-Based Practice
Medical Students’ Use of Information Resources: Is the Digital Age Dawning?
Student Attitudes About a Clinical Experience in Abortion Care During the Obstetrics and Gynecology Clerkship
When Something Is Missing from the Resident’s Presentation
A Summer Dilemma