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Toward a Philosophy of Dealing with Unprofessional Conduct
Intrusive Inquiry Threatens the Privacy of Physicians' Personal Health Information
Intrusive Inquiry Threatens the Privacy of Physicians' Personal Health Information
Connectivity Need Not Come at the Expense of Professionalism
Connectivity Need Not Come at the Expense of Professionalism
Fostering the Next Generation of Primary Care Physician Leaders
Fostering the Next Generation of Primary Care Physician Leaders
Commentary: Trust, Accountability, and Other Common Denominators in Modernizing Medical Training
Commentary: Calculating the Contributions of Humanities to Medical Practice—Motives, Methods, and Metrics
Commentary: Sharper Instruments: On Defending the Humanities in Undergraduate Medical Education
Commentary: One Strategy for Building Public Trust in Changing Times
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Commentary: Health Care Technology and Medical Education: Putting Physical Diagnosis in Its Proper Place
Primary Care Specialty Choices of United States Medical Graduates, 1997–2006
Artist's Statement: “Baby Mason, Day 1 of Life”
Academic Retainer Medicine: An Innovative Business Model for Cross-Subsidizing Primary Care
Medical Student Exposure to Components of the Patient-Centered Medical Home During Required Ambulatory Clerkship Rotations: Implications for Education
Development and Implementation of Training for Interdisciplinary Research in Primary Health Care
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The Predictive Validity of Three Versions of the MCAT in Relation to Performance in Medical School, Residency, and Licensing Examinations: A Longitudinal Study of 36 Classes of Jefferson Medical College
Sitting With Sorrow
Humanities in Undergraduate Medical Education: A Literature Review
Which Medical Schools Produce Rural Physicians? A 15-Year Update: Correction
Searching for Excellence & Diversity: Increasing the Hiring of Women Faculty at One Academic Medical Center
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Improving the Patient, Family, and Clinician Experience After Harmful Events: The “When Things Go Wrong” Curriculum
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Perspective: The Problem With the Problem of Professionalism
Professing Professionalism: Are We Our Own Worst Enemy? Faculty Members' Experiences of Teaching and Evaluating Professionalism in Medical Education at One School
Integrating Bioethics Into Postgraduate Medical Education: The University of Toronto Model
Issues and Challenges of Non-Tenure-Track Research Faculty: The UC Davis School of Medicine Experience
“Could I Add Something?”: Teaching Communication by Intervening in Real Time During a Clinical Encounter
Transferring Clinical Communication Skills From the Classroom to the Clinical Environment: Perceptions of a Group of Medical Students in the United Kingdom
A Proposed Model for an Optimal Mentoring Environment for Medical Residents: A Literature Review
In It for the Long-Term: Defining the Mentor–Protégé Relationship in a Clinical Research Training Program
The Schwartz Center Rounds: Evaluation of an Interdisciplinary Approach to Enhancing Patient-Centered Communication, Teamwork, and Provider Support
Between Trust and Accountability: Different Perspectives on the Modernization of Postgraduate Medical Training in the Netherlands
Structure, Governance, and Organizational Dynamics of University Medical Centers in the Netherlands
AM Last Page: Evolving Behaviors of MCAT Examinees Who Apply to U.S. Medical Schools