Reflections on the Medical Education Continuum and How to Improve It
Keeping the Human Touch in Medical Practice
Keeping the Human Touch in Medical Practice
In Reply to Abelson and to Kelly et al
Collaboration Is Key
In Reply to Sedgh
Enhancing Learner Engagement in Simulation Through Scenario Design
In Reply to Rubio et al
Climbing Social Media in Medicine’s Hierarchy of Needs
From Theory to Practice
Medical Interpreters
Graduate Medical Education’s New Focus on Resident Engagement in Quality and Safety
Social Media and Medical Professionalism
An Entrustable Professional Activity (EPA) for Handoffs as a Model for EPA Assessment Development
Connecting Resident Education to Patient Outcomes
A Community-Engaged Cardiovascular Health Disparities Research Training Curriculum
Asking the Right Questions
The Ambassadors
Commentary on The Ambassadors
The Gold–Hope Tang, MD 2014 Humanism in Medicine Essay Contest
Quality Improvement Education Incorporated as an Integral Part of Critical Care Fellows Training at the Mayo Clinic
Targeting Improvements in Patient Safety at a Large Academic Center
The Primary Care Leadership Track at the Duke University School of Medicine
A Framework for Evaluating Student Perceptions of Health Policy Training in Medical School
Educational System Factors That Engage Resident Physicians in an Integrated Quality Improvement Curriculum at a VA Hospital
The Quality Improvement Knowledge Application Tool Revised (QIKAT-R)
Measuring Reflection on Participation in Quality Improvement Activities for Maintenance of Certification
The Emerging Physician–Scientist Workforce
Artist’s Statement
What Aspects of Letters of Recommendation Predict Performance in Medical School? Findings From One Institution
Improving Clinical Performance Using Rehearsal or Warm-up
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