In this issue
The reviewer is always right : peer review of research in Medical Education
Assessment not only drives learning, it may also help learning
Derogatory and cynical humour in clinical teaching and the workplace : the need for professionalism
Strategies and interventions for the involvement of real patients in medical education : a systematic review
The effect of testing on skills learning
Patient perceptions of professionalism : implications for residency education
Derogatory and cynical humour directed towards patients : views of residents and attending doctors
Faculty development : a ‘Field of Dreams’?
Evaluation of three short‐listing methodologies for selection into postgraduate training in general practice
Generalisability of a composite student selection programme
Student perceptions of medico‐legal autopsy demonstrations in a student‐centred curriculum
Initial evaluation of the first year of the Foundation Assessment Programme
New methodology for using incognito standardised patients for telephone consultation in primary care
Student perceptions of a portfolio assessment process
The language of instruction