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Osler, Guilds, and Community
Osler, Guilds, and Community
It's Time to Explore the Role of Emotion in Medical Students' Learning
It's Time to Explore the Role of Emotion in Medical Students' Learning
It's Time to Explore the Role of Emotion in Medical Students' Learning
Medical Students Need Compassion Too
Medical Students Need Compassion Too
The Urgent Need to Increase Support for the NIH's MD–PhD Student Fellowships
The Urgent Need to Increase Support for the NIH's MD–PhD Student Fellowships
Commentary: Reducing Diagnostic Errors: Another Role for Checklists?
Commentary: Medical Malpractice and Patient Safety: Tear Down That Wall!
Commentary: Psychiatric Training for Physicians: A Call to Modernize
Perspective: Academic Obstetrics–Gynecology Departments in the City of Philadelphia: Are the Wheels Coming Off?
Managing Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Care: A National Survey of Policies at U.S. Medical Schools
Online “Spaced Education Progress-Testing” of Students to Confront Two Upcoming Challenges to Medical Schools
Checklists to Reduce Diagnostic Errors
Building a Departmental Quality Program: A Patient-Based and Provider-Led Approach
The Hidden and Implicit Curricula in Cultural Context: New Insights From Doha and New York
Perspective: Does Medical Education Promote Professional Alexithymia? A Call for Attending to the Emotions of Patients and Self in Medical Training
What Should We Include in a Cultural Competence Curriculum? An Emerging Formative Evaluation Process to Foster Curriculum Development
Perspective: Physician Education: A Promising Strategy to Prevent Adolescent Suicide
Commentary
Humanism at Heart: Preserving Empathy in Third-Year Medical Students
Artist's Statement: Irresolute Figure
Physicians' Empathy and Clinical Outcomes for Diabetic Patients
Perspective: Malpractice in an Academic Medical Center: A Frequently Overlooked Aspect of Professionalism Education
Which Experiences in the Hidden Curriculum Teach Students About Professionalism?
Perspective: Medical Professionalism and Medical Education Should Not Involve Commitments to Political Advocacy
Complicated
Virtual Humans Versus Standardized Patients: Which Lead Residents to More Correct Diagnoses?
Perspective: The Case for Research Justice: Inclusion of Patients With Limited English Proficiency in Clinical Research
Sharing Facilities and Administrative Cost Recovery to Facilitate Interdisciplinary Research
AM Last Page: The Jefferson Longitudinal Study of Medical Education