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A Fear Worse Than Death
Is Dyad Practice in Simulation Really Cost-Effective?
In Reply to Walsh
A Proposal for Getting “Back to the Future” of Spirituality in Medicine
In Reply to Cayley
Beyond the Medical Marriage
In Reply to Chung
Implicit Bias Against Sexual Minorities in Medicine
How Medical Schools Can Encourage Students’ Interest in Family Medicine
Neuropsychiatry and Neural Cubism
Feedback in Clinical Education
Stress and Morale of Academic Biomedical Scientists
The Necessity of Social Medicine in Medical Education
A New Conceptual Framework for Academic Health Centers
From Patients to Providers
Beyond Neural Cubism
Advancing Educational Continuity in Primary Care Residencies
Disruptive Innovation in Academic Medical Centers
The “For-Benefit” Academic Medical Center
What Makes a Top Research Medical School? A Call for a New Model to Evaluate Academic Physicians and Medical School Performance
The “Educational Alliance” as a Framework for Reconceptualizing Feedback in Medical Education
Research Ethics Consultation
Artist’s Statement
Baptism by Rotation [Excerpt],
Commentary on an Excerpt From “Baptism by Rotation”
Wisdom of the Crowd
Numbers and Narratives
Is a Career in Medicine the Right Choice? The Impact of a Physician Shadowing Program on Undergraduate Premedical Students
Sexual and Gender Minority Identity Disclosure During Undergraduate Medical Education
Do Contact and Empathy Mitigate Bias Against Gay and Lesbian People Among Heterosexual First-Year Medical Students? A Report From the Medical Student CHANGE Study
A Comparison of the Mental Health and Well-Being of Sexual Minority and Heterosexual First-Year Medical Students
The Influence of Academic Discourses on Medical Students’ Identification With the Discipline of Family Medicine
Primary Care Workforce Shortages and Career Recommendations From Practicing Clinicians
Promoting Resident Wellness
Comparability of the National Board of Medical Examiners Comprehensive Clinical Science Examination and a Set of Five Clinical Science Subject Examinations
Students’ Top Factors in Selecting Medical Schools