Integrating Competencies
More About the Focus on Outcomes Research in Medical Education
To the Editor
In Reply to Archer and to Lim
Medical Trainees Need More Than Simple Role Modeling to Be Prepared for Professional and Ethical Decisions
In Reply to Freed and Franks
Stop Wasting Classroom Time : Embrace the Podcast and Use the “Lecture” to Enhance Learning
In Reply to Kalmey
Multisource Feedback : Problems and Potential
In Reply to Weissman
A Program to Promote Interprofessional Collaboration in Primary Care
Minority Faculty Face Challenges Similar to Those of Minority College Students
Is Clinical Cognition Binary or Continuous?
Teaching Physicians About Fraud and Program Integrity
From Rankings to Mission
Braving Uncertainty
From Flexner to Competencies : Reflections on a Decade and the Journey Ahead
Medical Education and Cognitive Continuum Theory : An Alternative Perspective on Medical Problem Solving and Clinical Reasoning
Artist’s Statement : The Sight of Sickness
Expanding Physician Education in Health Care Fraud and Program Integrity
Toward a Common Taxonomy of Competency Domains for the Health Professions and Competencies for Physicians
Introducing Medical Students to Careers in Medical Education : The Student Track at an Annual Medical Education Conference
Setting Quality and Safety Priorities in a Target-Rich Environment : An Academic Medical Center’s Challenge
Correction : The Minority Student Voice at One Medical School
A Balcony in Nepal : Glimpses of a Himalayan Village
Commentary
Short-Term Stability and Spread of the U.S. News & World Report Primary Care Medical School Rankings
How Prevalent Are Potentially Illegal Questions During Residency Interviews?
Rural Track Training Based at a Small Regional Campus : Equivalency of Training, Residency Choice, and Practice Location of Graduates
The Paradox of Professionalism
Quality In-Training Evaluation Reports—Does Feedback Drive Faculty Performance?
How Do Medical Students Navigate the Interplay of Explicit Curricula, Implicit Curricula, and Extracurricula to Learn Curricular Objectives?
Playing With Curricular Milestones in the Educational Sandbox : Q-sort Results From an Internal Medicine Educational Collaborative
Sustaining Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Training in Graduate Medical Education : Lessons From Social Theory
Summer in the Country : Changes in Medical Students’ Perceptions Following an Innovative Rural Community Experience
Satisfaction, Motivation, and Future of Community Preceptors : What Are the Current Trends?
Teaching Empathy to Medical Students : An Updated, Systematic Review
Mastery Learning for Health Professionals Using Technology-Enhanced Simulation : A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
AM Last Page : How Pierre Bourdieu’s Theory and Concepts Can Apply to Medical Education