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Learning About Systems to Improve Health by Turning Problems Into Solutions
A Proposal for Avoiding Bias in Medical School Admissions Decisions
In Reply to Hubbeling
More on Medical Education in Africa
More on Medical Education in Africa
In Reply to Ventres
Comparing Active and Passive Learning
In Reply to Willett
Scholarships for Humanism
The Things We Take for Granted
Losing Our Compassion
Considering Cocreation for the Choosing Wisely List
Changing the Paradigm of Meaningful Patient Involvement in Medical Education
Back to Basics
A Call for Residents to Get More Involved With Student-Run Free Clinics
Man Versus Machine
Learning in the Era of Automation
The Pervasive Culture of Abuse in Medical Education
Contemporaries, Attitude, and Gratitude
The Weaponization of Medical Professionalism
The Cross-Cockpit Authority Gradient in Medical Teaching
The Time to Grieve
Making Management Skills a Core Component of Medical Education
The Modern Iteration of the House Call
Assessment for Systems Learning
Engaging Learners in Health System Quality Improvement Efforts
Swimming Upstream
Value-Added Clinical Systems Learning Roles for Medical Students That Transform Education and Health
A Model for the Departmental Quality Management Infrastructure Within an Academic Health System
How to Lead the Way Through Complexity, Constraint, and Uncertainty in Academic Health Science Centers
From Infancy to Adolescence
Gateways to the Laboratory
The Stranger in the Room
Internationally Educated Health Professionals in Canada
The Development of an Indigenous Health Curriculum for Medical Students
Building Workforce Capacity Abroad While Strengthening Global Health Programs at Home
Artist’s Statement
I Can’t Help the Way I Feel
Commentary on I Can’t Help the Way I Feel
Teaching Today in the Practice Setting of the Future
Transitioning From Volume to Value
The Pitt Innovation Challenge (PInCh)
Building a Global, Online Community of Practice
The Addiction Recovery Clinic
Systems-Oriented Workplace Learning Experiences for Early Learners
Role Modeling and Regional Health Care Intensity
The Drivers of Discretionary Utilization
Interprofessional Team Training at the Prelicensure Level
Improving Handoffs Curricula