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The development of a TED-Ed online resident research training program Katherine A. Moreau, Catherine M. Pound, Beth Peddle, Jaclyn Tokarewicz, Kaylee Eady
Emergency medicine resident crisis resource management ability: a simulation-based longitudinal study Samuel Clarke, Timothy Horeczko, Matthew Carlisle, Joseph D. Barton, Vivienne Ng, Sameerah Al-Somali, Aaron E. Bair
The experiences of underrepresented minority faculty in schools of medicine Dena Hassouneh, Kristin F. Lutz, Ann K. Beckett, Edward P. Junkins, Jr., LaShawn L. Horton
Preparing medical students for obstetrics and gynecology milestone level one: a description of a pilot curriculum Helen Morgan, David Marzano, Michael Lanham, Tamara Stein, Diana Curran, Maya Hammoud
Workplace learning through peer groups in medical school clerkships Calvin L. Chou, Arianne Teherani, Dylan E. Masters, Margo Vener, Maria Wamsley, Ann Poncelet
Challenges of medical student underperformance Rizwan Dewji, Dushyanth Gnanappiragasam, Abbas Dewji
Interprofessional collaboration: three best practice models of interprofessional education Diane R. Bridges, Richard A. Davidson, Peggy Soule Odegard, Ian V. Maki, John Tomkowiak
‘Uncrunching’ time: medical schools’ use of social media for faculty development Peter S. Cahn, Emelia J. Benjamin, Christopher W. Shanahan
Residency Selection Criteria: What Medical Students Perceive as Important Suzanne Brandenburg, Tracy Kruzick, C.T. Lin, Andrew Robinson, Lorraine J. Adams
Does mentoring matter: results from a survey of faculty mentees at a large health sciences university Mitchell D. Feldman, Patricia A. Arean, Sally J. Marshall, Mark Lovett, Patricia O'Sullivan
Social media policies at US medical schools Terry Kind, Gillian Genrich, Avneet Sodhi, Katherine C. Chretien
An analysis of clinical reasoning through a recent and comprehensive approach: the dual-process theory Thierry Pelaccia, Jacques Tardif, Emmanuel Triby, Bernard Charlin

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Posted 2011-03-01
ePub format available from 2011!!

Posted 2011-01-14
New section in MEO - Performance Assessment!

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