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Important Proposals for Education-Service Exchange Programs
Would a Flexner Report Today Focus Only on Graduate Medical Education?
Would a Flexner Report Today Focus Only on Graduate Medical Education?
Would a Flexner Report Today Focus Only on Graduate Medical Education?
The Important Role of Medical Licensure in the United States
The Important Role of Medical Licensure in the United States
Team-Based Learning: It's Here and It WORKS!
Team-Based Learning: It's Here and It WORKS!
Education-for-Service Is Not Enough to Meet Our Workforce Needs
Commentary: A Delicate Balance: Weighing the Effects of Conflict-of-Interest Rules on Intramural Research at the National Institutes of Health
Commentary: Taking Back Year 4: A Call to Action
Commentary: Personalized Health Planning and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: An Opportunity for Academic Medicine to Lead Health Care Reform
Commentary: Are We Ready to Embrace the Rest of the Flexner Report?
Commentary: Flexner and Dutch Medical Education: A Misinterpretation?
No Debt, Better Education, and Better Health Care: What's Not to Like?
The Kansas Medical Student Loan Program: A Successful Tuition–Service Exchange Model
The University of Chicago REACH Program: Improving Health, Decreasing Debt
Service Residencies: A New Approach to the Medical Education–Service Exchange
Community Partnerships: Alternative Means of Financing Medical School
The “Medical Marshall Plan”: Rebuilding Public Trust in American Medicine
Return-of-Service Programs: Meeting Community and Student Needs in an Ethical Manner
SERVICE: Selecting Educational Residencies with Value, Incentives, Cost, and Effectiveness
The F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine Model: Tuition-Free Medical School in Exchange for Public Service
The Primary Care Med-ED Plan: Reducing Medical Student Indebtedness While Expanding Primary Care
Tightening Conflict-of-Interest Policies: The Impact of 2005 Ethics Rules at the NIH
Economic Impact of a Primary Care Career: A Harsh Reality for Medical Students and the Nation
The Fourth Year of Medical Education: A Literature Review
The “Good” Dean's Letter
The Hidden Curriculum: What Can We Learn From Third-Year Medical Student Narrative Reflections?
The Emphasis Program: A Scholarly Concentrations Program at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
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Teaching Medical Students How to Teach: A National Survey of Students-as-Teachers Programs in U.S. Medical Schools
The Maastricht Clinical Teaching Questionnaire (MCTQ) as a Valid and Reliable Instrument for the Evaluation of Clinical Teachers
The Impact of Team-Based Learning on Medical Students' Academic Performance
The Anatomy of Health Care Team Training and the State of Practice: A Critical Review
Artist's Statement: Transposition
Portrait of Dr. Samuel D. Gross (The Gross Clinic)
Commentary
2010 Humanism in Medicine Essay Contest
Evaluation of Medical Student Performance on Objective Structured Clinical Exams With Standardized Patients With and Without Disabilities
The Effect of Gender Interactions on Students' Physical Examination Ratings in Objective Structured Clinical Examination Stations
Henry Pritchett and His Introduction to the Flexner Report of 1910
A “Paradise for Scholars”: Flexner and the Institute for Advanced Study
Perspective: Transformative Learning: A Framework Using Critical Reflection to Link the Improvement Competencies in Graduate Medical Education
Physician Numeracy as the Basis for an Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
What Factors Create a Humanistic Doctor? A Nationwide Survey of Fourth-Year Medical Students
AM Last Page: The Health Reform Law and Academic Medicine