In this issue
‘Full of mercy and good fruits’
Observation during early clinical exposure – an effective instructional tool or a bore?
Clinical supervision of SpRs
Are orals worth talking about?
Teaching sexual history taking to medical students and examining it
An analysis of standardised patient checklist errors and their effect on student scores
The rating of pre-clerkship examination questions by postgraduate medical students
What do students want? The types of learning activities preferred by final year medical students
Directing student response to early patient contact by questionnaire
Achieving acceptable reliability in oral examinations
Comparison of a rational and an empirical standard setting procedure for an OSCE
Clinical supervision of SpRs
Standards for medical educators
A follow-up of medical graduates of a problem-based learning curriculum
Compassion fatigue
In search of wisdom
Responding to the implications of the genetics revolution for the education and training of doctors
Linda Snell
Really Good Stuff