IN THIS ISSUE
External examining – a challenge for new curricula?
Assessment practices undermine self-confidence
Professional development in undergraduate medical curricula from an assessment point of view
Teamwork during education: the whole is not always greater than the sum of the parts
Chiropractors' attitudes to, and perceptions of, the impact of continuing professional education on clinical practice
Helping tomorrow's doctors to gain a population health perspective – good news for community stakeholders
Learning in groups: Teamshaping in the teaching of medical psychology
`It teaches you what to expect in future…': interprofessional learning on a training ward for medical, nursing, occupational therapy and physiotherapy students
Translating learning principles into practice: a new strategy for learning clinical skills
Professional development in undergraduate medical curricula – the key to the door of a new culture?
Professional development for general practitioners through Fellowship by Assessment
Assessing communication skills of GP registrars: a comparison of patient and GP examiner ratings
Context-bound communication skills training: development of a new method
Medical students' note-taking in a medical biochemistry course: an initial exploration
Really Good Stuff: new ideas in medical education
Standard setting in an objective structured clinical examination: use of global ratings of borderline performance to determine the passing score
Standard setting in an objective structured clinical examination: use of global ratings of borderline performance to determine the passing score
Standard setting in an objective structured clinical examination: use of global ratings of borderline performance to determine the passing score
Values of attending physicians: an evidence-based analysis of the current challenges
Values of attending physicians: an evidence-based analysis of the current challenges
Using electronic mail as a method of surveying medical students' opinions and attitudes
Information sheets and consent forms in medical education research
A brief review of the pre-clinical curriculum of the BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal
Ethics approval for research in medical education
Evidence-based admissions may limit ambitions to widen access
The hidden cost of Membership examinations
Practice into theory
Brian Jolly
Problem–Based Learning: Case Studies, Experience and Practice
Books received