Reaching Out Beyond the Health Care System to Achieve a Healthier Nation
Women in Medicine : Evidence That More Evidence Is Insufficient in Effecting Improvements
A Common Purpose : Reducing Bias in the Curriculum
In Reply to Gowda et al
Focusing on Formative Assessments : A Step in the Right Direction
In Reply to Sim
Another Aspect of Procedural Competence Among Faculty
In Reply to Lenchus
Another Perspective on A Patient’s Perspective
In Reply to Wald
Practical Barriers to Project ECHO Innovations
In Reply to Pippitt et al
New Medicine for the U.S. Health Care System : Training Physicians for Structural Interventions
The Political Future of Social Medicine : Reflections on Physicians as Activists
Breaking the Silence : Time to Talk About Race and Racism
The Perils and Rewards of Critical Consciousness Raising in Medical Education
The Medical–Legal Partnership Approach to Teaching Social Determinants of Health and Structural Competency in Residency Programs
Structural Vulnerability : Operationalizing the Concept to Address Health Disparities in Clinical Care
Learning Professionalism Under Stress
Surveying Resident and Faculty Physician Knowledge, Attitudes, and Experiences in Response to Public Lead Contamination
Remembering Freddie Gray : Medical Education for Social Justice
Cutting Close to the Bone : Student Trauma, Free Speech, and Institutional Responsibility in Medical Education
Building a Framework of Entrustable Professional Activities, Supported by Competencies and Milestones, to Bridge the Educational Continuum
Modifying the Primary Care Exception Rule to Require Competency-Based Assessment
Integrating Theory, Content, and Method to Foster Critical Consciousness in Medical Students : A Comprehensive Model for Cultural Competence Training
Queer Frontiers in Medicine : A Structural Competency Approach
Artist’s Statement : Medicine, Humanities, and Abstract Art
Treatment’s Winter
Commentary on Treatment’s Winter
Integrating and Assessing Structural Competency in an Innovative Prehealth Curriculum at Vanderbilt University
Recognizing Privilege and Bias : An Interactive Exercise to Expand Health Care Providers’ Personal Awareness
Implicit Racial Bias in Medical School Admissions
Collaboration Platforms in China for Translational and Clinical Research : The Partnership Between Peking University Health Science Center and the University of Michigan Medical School
Helping Basic Scientists Engage With Community Partners to Enrich and Accelerate Translational Research
CaPOW! Using Problem Sets in a Capstone Course to Improve Fourth-Year Medical Students’ Confidence in Self-Directed Learning
Competent for Unsupervised Practice : Use of Pediatric Residency Training Milestones to Assess Readiness
Commitment to Change and Challenges to Implementing Changes After Workplace-Based Assessment Rater Training
Supporting the Call to Action : A Review of Nutrition Educational Interventions in the Health Professions Literature and MedEdPORTAL
Teaching Population Health : Community-Oriented Primary Care Revisited