Basing the Evaluation of Professionalism on Observable Behaviors: A Cautionary Tale
An Examination of the Appropriateness of Using a Common Peer Assessment Instrument to Assess Physician Skills across Specialties
Facilitating Faculty Success: Outcomes and Cost Benefit of the UCSD National Center of Leadership in Academic Medicine
Assessing the Impact of Examinee and Standardized Patient Ethnicity on Test Scores in a Large-scale Clinical Skills Examination: Gathering Evidence for the Consequential Aspect of Validity
The Influence of Ethnicity on Patient Satisfaction in a Standardized Patient Assessment
Investigating the Use of Negatively Phrased Survey Items in Medical Education Settings: Common Wisdom or Common Mistake?
Toward Meaningful Evaluation of Clinical Competence: The Role of Direct Observation in Clerkship Ratings
Consistency of Standards and Stability of Pass/Fail Decisions with Examinee-Based Standard-Setting Methods in a Small-Scale Objective Structured Clinical Examination
Questioning Skills: The Effect of Wait Time on Accuracy of Medical Student Responses to Oral and Written Questions
Tracking the Longitudinal Stability of Medical Students’ Perceptions Using the AAMC Graduation Questionnaire and Serial Evaluation Surveys
Understanding Primary Care Residency Choices: A Test of Selected Variables in the Bland-Meurer Model
The Ability of the Multiple Mini-Interview to Predict Preclerkship Performance in Medical School
Assessing the Validity of the USMLE Step 2 Clinical Knowledge Examination through an Evaluation of its Clinical Relevance
Professionalism Deficiencies in a First-Quarter Doctor–Patient Relationship Course Predict Poor Clinical Performance in Medical School
USMLE Step 2 Performance and Test Administration Date in the Fourth Year of Medical School
The Impact of Timing Changes on Examinee Pacing on the USMLE Step 2 Exam
Using the NBME Self-Assessments to Project Performance on USMLE Step 1 and Step 2: Impact of Test Administration Conditions
The Impact of Resident Duty Hour Reform in a Medicine Core Clerkship
Scoring the Computer-Based Case Simulation Component of USMLE Step 3: A Comparison of Preoperational and Operational Data
A Continuous Quality Improvement Curriculum for Residents: Addressing Core Competency, Improving Systems
Methodological Quality, Evidence, and Research in Medical Education (RIME)
Deliberate Practice and the Acquisition and Maintenance of Expert Performance in Medicine and Related Domains