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What Can We Learn From the Letters of Students and Residents About Improving the Medical Curriculum?
Assessing for Learner Shame Should Be a Routine Part of Remediation for Unprofessional Behavior
In Reply to Bynum
Beyond the Controversy About Advocacy
In Reply to Reardon et al
Clinical Reasoning and Threshold Concepts
In Reply to Ma et al
To Take Care of Patients Well, Physicians Must Take Care of Themselves
Applying Design Thinking to Curriculum Reform
Do Students Really Have an Inability to Concentrate During Lectures?
Choosing the Right Words in the Curriculum and Beyond
Are the Didactic Years an Artifact of Ancestral Medicine? Updating the Curriculum to Meet Modern Needs
The Role of E-Learning in Medical Education
Build or Buy? Curricular Design and External Basic Sciences Learning Resources
Effective Collaboration on Skin Disease Starts With Medical Education
Student Research in the Medical Curriculum
Quality Improvement in Medical Education
LGBTQ Health Education
Teaching Physicians to Teach
Improving Medical Education by Improving Its Instructors
Reflection Fatigue Among Medical Students
A Grassroots Student–Faculty Coalition on Curriculum Change
The Illness of Present Histories
Stroke Education Is Underrepresented in U.S. Undergraduate Clinical Curricula
Health Systems Education
Engaging Learners to Advance Medical Education
Doctors Without Borders
Hittability
Using National Health Care Databases and Problem-Based Practice Analysis to Inform Integrated Curriculum Development
Medical Students’ Perspectives on Implementing Curriculum Change at One Institution
Population Health Science
Acquired and Participatory Competencies in Health Professions Education
Creating 21st-Century Laboratories and Classrooms for Improving Population Health
Case-Based Suffering
Three-Year MD Programs
Artist’s Statement
Prozac Diary
Commentary on an Excerpt From Prozac Diary
Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Simulation-Based Clinical Correlation Curriculum as an Adjunctive Pedagogy in an Anatomy Course
From Communication Skills to Skillful Communication
The Early Tech Development Course
A “Resident-as-Teacher” Curriculum Using a Flipped Classroom Approach
Training Internal Medicine Residents in Social Medicine and Research-Based Health Advocacy
Institutional Incentives for Mentoring at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Universities
Bringing Rounds Back to the Patient
Do Medical Students’ Narrative Representations of “The Good Doctor” Change Over Time? Comparing Humanism Essays From a National Contest in 1999 and 2013
What Attitudes and Values Are Incorporated Into Self as Part of Professional Identity Construction When Becoming a Surgeon?
The Development and Evaluation of a Novel Instrument Assessing Residents’ Discharge Summaries
Her Story of Present Illness
Transition to Independence
Community Health Workers