Giving Voice to Patient-Centered Care
Cultivating Cultures of Compassion
In Reply to Ventres and Rosenberg
The Trouble With the Concept of Personal–Professional Dichotomization
In Reply to Auster
A Potential Use for Manga in Medical Education
In Reply to Kato and Nishigori
Professional Identity Formation
In Reply to Barnhoorn
Mind–Body Medicine Training
Should We Normalize Failure?
In Reply to Ho
Training Doctors for Person-Centered Care
Promoting Patient- and Family-Centered Care Through Personal Stories
Skin in the Game
Caught in the Middle
The Glass Half Full
Recommendations to Facilitate Expanded Access to Investigational Therapies for Seriously Ill Patients
Integrating Compassionate, Collaborative Care (the “Triple C”) Into Health Professional Education to Advance the Triple Aim of Health Care
Pretty Straightforward
Troubling Muddy Waters
Playing in the “Gutter”
Academic Medical Centers Forming Accountable Care Organizations and Partnering With Community Providers
Three-Year Experience of an Academic Medical Center Ombuds Office
Creating the Exceptional Patient Experience in One Academic Health System
Close Reading and Creative Writing in Clinical Education
Artist’s Statement
Good Country People
Commentary on Selections From “Good Country People”
Exemplary Care and Learning Sites
Teaching Medicine Through the Study of Literature
Using a Smartphone App and Coaching Group Sessions to Promote Residents’ Reflection in the Workplace
Creating a Residency Application Personal Statement Writers Workshop
Specialty Certification Status, Performance Ratings, and Disciplinary Actions of Internal Medicine Residents
Association of Characteristics, Deficits, and Outcomes of Residents Placed on Probation at One Institution, 2002–2012
The Association Between Premedical Curricular and Admission Requirements and Medical School Performance and Residency Placement
Recovery of Sleep or Recovery of Self? A Grounded Theory Study of Residents’ Decision Making Regarding How to Spend Their Nonclinical Postcall Time
Use of a Night Float System to Comply With Resident Duty Hours Restrictions
Medical Students’ Perception of Their Educational Environment and Quality of Life
Opening Residents’ Notes to Patients
Resident Role Modeling
The Changing Nature of Scientific Sharing and Withholding in Academic Life Sciences Research
How Can Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals Address the Social Determinants of Health?