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Finally! There may be some value in self-­‐assessment after all!
The readiness for clerkship survey: Can self-assessment data be used to evaluate program effectiveness. Peterson at al. Academic Medicine 2012;87(10):1355-60
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Selecting applicants one attribute at a time Editor - Susan Bannister
Modified Personal Interviews: ResurrectinG Reliable Personal Interviews for Admissions? Hanson MD, et al. Academic Medicine 2012;87:1330-1334.
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The influence of those you study and socialize with Editor - Susan Bannister
The Impact of Cross-Cultural Interactions on Medical Students' Preparedness to Care for Diverse Patients. Niu NN et al. Academic Medicine. 87(11):1530-1534
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No more lectures! No more books! Prober C et al. Lecture halls without lectures – A proposal for medical education. New England Journal of Medicine 2012;366: 1657--1659. November
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You can learn a lot by watching – especially if you know what to watch for! Stegmann K et al. Vicarious learning during simulations: is it more effective than hands--on training? Medical Education 2012 46:1001--1008. November
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The long and short of it. Hauer K et al. More is better: Students describe successful and unsuccessful experiences with teachers differently in brief and longitudinal relationships. Academic Medicine 2012;87(10):1--8. November
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You are not alone - struggles with students and electronic health records. Hammoud M et al. Opportunities and challenges in integrating electronic health records into undergraduate medical education: A national survey of clerkship directors. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2012;24(3):219--224. November
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A distressing tale. Fried J et al. Eradicating Medical Student Mistreatment: A Longitudinal Study of One Institution’s Efforts. Academic Medicine 2012;87(9):1191-1198. October
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To the point of the matter. Kobets AJ et al. An Intervention With Third-Year Medical Students to Encourage the Reporting and Management of Occupational Exposures. Academic Medicine 2012;87(9):1199-1203. October
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Ask …. And they will answer! Wolpay T et al. Student Uncertainties Drive Teaching During Case Presentations: More So With SNAPPS. Academic Medicine 2012;87(9):1210-1217. October
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Look …. And you will see. Kumagai A. Perspective: Acts of Interpretation: A Philosophical Approach to Using Creative Arts in Medical Education. Academic Medicine 2012; 87(8):1138-1144. October
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Not showing up to mandatory teaching sessions has big implications! Kelly M et al. The Clinical Conscientiousness Index: A valid tool for exploring professionalism in the clinical undergraduate setting. Academic Medicine 2012;87(9):1218-­1224. September
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You can lead a student to a mirror, but can you make them reflect?Aronson L et al. A comparison of two methods of teaching reflective ability in Year 3 medical students. Medical Education 2012; 46(8):807–814. September
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A Modest Proposal: College to Pediatric Subspecialist in 10 years! Emanuel EJ et al. Shortening Medical Training by 30%. JAMA 2012;307(11): 1143-­1144. Letters to the Editor commenting on the above article: JAMA 2012:308(2):133-­136. September
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What to do first? Students need help figuring this out. McGregor CA et al. Preparing medical students for clinical decision making: A pilot study exploring how students make decisions and the perceived impact of a clinical decision making teaching intervention. Medical Teacher 2012;34:e508--e517. September
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What does “Honors” mean? Depends where you go to school. Variation and Imprecision of Clerkship Grading in US Medical Schools. Alexander EK et al. Academic Medicine 2012;87(8):1-7 August
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Order on the wards! The Effect of Computerized Provider Orders Entry on Medical Students' Ability to Write Orders. Knight AM et al. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2012;24(1):63-70 August
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Don't through out the baby with the bath water. Relationship between Clinical Experiences and Internal Medicine Clerkship Performance. Dong T el al. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2012;46:689–697 August
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Rating the raters. Do Preceptors with More Rating Experience Provide More Reliable Assessments of Medical Student Performance? Ferguson KJ et al. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2012;24(2):101-105 August
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It's ok to make things "difficult" for your students: test them, space out learning, and mix it up. Recent Research on Human Learning Challenges Conventional Instructional Strategies. Roher D et al. Educational Researcher 2010(39):406-412. July
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And you thought writing a MCQ was hard! How to construct and implement script concordance tests: insights from a systematic review. Dory V et al. Medical Education 2012;46:552-563. July
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Your students are watching you! Medical Student Self-Efficacy With Family Centered Care During Bedside Rounds. Young H et al. Academic Medicine 2012;87(6):767-775. July
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Clinical work matters - a lot! Learning from clinical work: The roles of learning cues and credibility judgements. Watling C et al. Medical Education 2012;46:192-200. July
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"You Can Observe a Lot Just by Watching" (Yogi Berra) Developing Expert-Derived Rating Standards for the Peer Assessment of Lectures Newman LR et al. Academic Medicine 2012;87:356-363. June
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Tell me a story about your trainee. Using "Standardized Narratives" to Explore New Ways to Represent Faculty Opinions in Resident Performance Regehr G et al. Academic Medicine 2012;87:419-427. June
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