What we see and don't see when we look at ‘competence’
The importance of vocational and social aspects of approaches to learning for medical students
When patients decline medical student participation
Does scale length matter? A comparison of nine- versus five-point rating scales for the mini-CEX
‘They don't know much about us’
Qualitative differences in knowledge structure are associated with diagnostic performance in medical students
Assessing suturing skills in a self-guided learning setting
Information-gathering patterns associated with higher rates of diagnostic error
Exposure of medical students to pharmaceutical marketing in primary care settings
Blended learning positively affects students' satisfaction and the role of the tutor in the problem-based learning process
Using the personal background preparation survey to identify health science professions students at risk for adverse academic events
Correlation of United States Medical Licensing Examination and Internal Medicine In-Training Examination performance
Overview
Attending to audience
Towards effective evaluation and reform in medical education