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Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice—If Not Now, When?
Responding to the Call for Improving Resident Wellness
Responding to the Call for Improving Resident Wellness
In Reply to Chaukos et al and to Tabatabai
Taking Mastery Learning One Step Further
In Reply to Petersen
Improving Mastery Learning With Comparative Effectiveness
In Reply to Udani et al
The Value of the Primary Care Residency Expansion Program Should Have Been Obvious by Now
Addressing the Irreducible Needs of Interprofessional Education
See More, Do More, Teach More
The Dangers of Labeling
Training the 21st-Century Health Care Team
Reflections From the Intersection of Health Professions Education and Clinical Practice
Professional Formation in the Gross Anatomy Lab and Narrative Medicine
Artists’ Statement
The Johns Hopkins Hunterian Laboratory Philosophy
Consequences Validity Evidence
Beggar Seated on a Bank
Commentary on Beggar Seated on a Bank
Interprofessional Care Conferences for High-Risk Primary Care Patients
A Model for Integrating Ambulatory Surgery Centers Into an Academic Health System Using a Novel Ambulatory Surgery Coordinating Council
Perceptions of Peer-to-Peer Interprofessional Feedback Among Students in the Health Professions
A Multidisciplinary Housestaff-Led Initiative to Safely Reduce Daily Laboratory Testing
Important Skills for Internship and the Fourth-Year Medical School Courses to Acquire Them
How Do Residents Spend Their Shift Time? A Time and Motion Study With a Particular Focus on the Use of Computers
Opportunities to Create New General Surgery Residency Programs to Alleviate the Shortage of General Surgeons
In Pursuit of Meaningful Use of Learning Goals in Residency
Predicting Peer Nominations Among Medical Students
Is Reflective Ability Associated With Professionalism Lapses During Medical School?
Unprofessional Behaviors Among Tomorrow’s Physicians
Addressing the Interprofessional Collaboration Competencies of the Association of American Medical Colleges
Four Common Pitfalls of Quantitative Analysis in Experimental Research