in this issue
Academic medicine in crisis
Learning by scar formation
The relationship between learning style and learning environment
Reflecting on learning portfolios
A wider perspective on assessment
Changing education, changing assessment, changing research?
Assessment of medical communication skills by computer : assessment method and student experiences
Factor analysis can be a useful standard setting tool in a high stakes OSCE assessment
Evaluating the impact of moving from discipline-based to integrated assessment
Training the trainers : do teaching courses develop teaching skills?
Factors that influence doctors' participation in clinical research
Improving the quality of outpatient clinic letters using the Sheffield Assessment Instrument for Letters (SAIL)
The effectiveness of problem-based learning compared to traditional teaching in undergraduate psychiatry
Teaching and evaluating first and second year medical students' practice of evidence-based medicine
The impact of multifaceted educational structuring on learning effectiveness in a surgical clerkship
Computer-aided learning in the real world of medical education : does the quality of interaction with the computer affect student learning?
Evaluation of a surgical simulator for learning clinical anatomy
Setting and maintaining professional role boundaries : an educational strategy
Teaching anatomy without cadavers
Teaching anatomy as a multimedia experience
Teaching anatomy as a multimedia experience
First aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation training for medical students
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