Redesigning Clinical Education: A Major Challenge for Academic Health Centers
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Negotiating End-of-Life Decision Making: A Comparison of Japanese and U.S. Residents' Approaches
Residents' End-of-Life Decision Making with Adult Hospitalized Patients: A Review of the Literature
“This is just too awful; I just can’t believe I experienced that …”: Medical Students’ Reactions to Their “Most Memorable” Patient Death
Third-Year Medical Students’ Experiences with Dying Patients during the Internal Medicine Clerkship: A Qualitative Study of the Informal Curriculum
“It was haunting …”: Physicians’ Descriptions of Emotionally Powerful Patient Deaths
Teaching and Learning End-of-Life Care: Evaluation of a Faculty Development Program in Palliative Care
The Palliative Care Clinical Evaluation Exercise (CEX): An Experience-Based Intervention for Teaching End-of-Life Communication Skills
Cover Note : Indiana University School of Medicine
How Can Physicians’ Learning Styles Drive Educational Planning?
Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine: Should We Be Teaching Information Management Instead?
Responsibly Managing the Medical School–Teaching Hospital Power Relationship
Self-Reflection in Multicultural Training: Be Careful What You Ask For
The Irony of Osteopathic Medicine and Primary Care
Resident Teaching: A Tale of Two Places in Time
Considering the Culture of Disability in Cultural Competence Education