Two Sets of Articles to Help Us Develop New Educational Approaches and Nurture Important Connections
Costs Related to a Flipped Classroom
In Reply to Spangler
Why “Spirituality” Instead of “The Humanistic Side of Medicine”?
In Reply to Salander and Hamberg
Multiplying Adult Learning
In Reply to Greenberg
Workforce, Learners, Competencies, and the Learning Environment
Artist’s Statement
Preparing Residents for Practice in New Systems of Care by Preparing Their Teachers
Leaning In
The Case for Interprofessional Learning and Collaborative Practice in Graduate Medical Education
Chief Complaint
Fostering Value in Clinical Practice Among Future Physicians
Demystify Leadership in Order to Cultivate It
Training Residents for a New System of Primary Care
Tectonic Shifts Are Needed in Graduate Medical Education to Ensure Today’s Trainees Are Prepared to Practice as Tomorrow’s Physicians
Reframing Medical Education to Support Professional Identity Formation
Caffeinating the PBL Return Session
Surgery for Breast Cancer
Commentary on “Surgery for Breast Cancer”
The Gold–Hope Tang, MD 2014 Humanism in Medicine Essay Contest
The Women in Medicine and Health Science Program
Identity Formation of Occasional Faculty Developers in Medical Education
“Medical Education Is the Ugly Duckling of the Medical World” and Other Challenges to Medical Educators’ Identity Construction
RIME Foreword
Lifestyle Factors and Primary Care Specialty Selection
Educational and Individual Factors Associated With Positive Change in and Reaffirmation of Medical Students’ Intention to Practice in Underserved Areas
Integrating Competencies
Family Physician Preceptors’ Conceptualizations of Health Advocacy
More Consensus Than Idiosyncrasy
Distress Among Matriculating Medical Students Relative to the General Population
Ambiguity Tolerance of Students Matriculating to U.S. Medical Schools
Effects of Hospital Accreditation on Medical Students
What’s Behind the Scenes? Exploring the Unspoken Dimensions of Complex and Challenging Surgical Situations
The Prevalence of Social and Behavioral Topics and Related Educational Opportunities During Attending Rounds
International Variation in Performance by Clinical Discipline and Task on the United States Medical Licensing Examination Step 2 Clinical Knowledge Component
A First Step Toward Understanding Best Practices in Leadership Training in Undergraduate Medical Education
Realizing the Potential of Patient Organizations in Translational Research—Delivering Treatments for Rare Diseases