‘He'll make a good doctor’: examiners’ little black books and the assessment research agenda
‘But how do you really feel?’ Measuring emotions in medical education research
Learning from erroneous examples in medical education
Unanswered questions on access from the margins
When I say … reflexivity
A review of teaching skills development programmes for medical students
A systematic review of validity evidence for checklists versus global rating scales in simulation-based assessment
Emotions and identity in the figured world of becoming a doctor
The impacts of observing flawed and flawless demonstrations on clinical skill learning
Self-explanation in learning clinical reasoning: the added value of examples and prompts
Influences of OSCE design on students’ diagnostic reasoning
Can we predict future depression in residents before the start of clinical training?
Gaining access to a research site and participants in medical and nursing research: a synthesis of accounts
Dealing with diversity: stepping backwards to see the whole picture
Peer-assisted learning and examination results: a glass half-full?