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Formative assessments: Trainees and supervisors take on what works and what doesn't
A qualitative study on trainees' and supervisors' perceptions of assessment for learning in postgraduate medical education. Dijksterhuis MGK et al. Medical Teacher 2013; 35:e1396-e1402.
Reviewed by Gary Beck
December
2013
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EBM on tablets!
Using Tablet Computers to Teach Evidence-Based Medicine to Pediatric Residents: A Prospective Study Soma DB et al. Academic Medicine 2013; 13(6):546-550.
Reviewed by Kyra Len
December
2013
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A somber thought: You may not be as good as assessing students as you think you are
You're certainly relatively competent: assessor bias due to recent experiences.
Yeates P et al. Medical Education 2014;47:910-922.
Reviewed by Jeanine Ronan
November
2013
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Get your students to observe and rate each other!
Evaluating Oral Case Presentations Using a Checklist: How Do Senior Student-Evaluators Compare With Faculty?
S. Kakar et al. Academic Medicine 2013; 88:1363-1367
Reviewed by Lolita (Maria) Alkureishi
November
2013
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Once is not enough
Interns' Success With Clinical Procedures in Infants After Simulation Training. Kessler DO et al. Pediatrics 2013; 13(1): e811-e820.
Reviewed by Anton Alerte
November
2013
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Are three-year MD programs the way to go?
A 3-Year M.D. - Accelerating Careers, Diminishing Debt. Abamson, SB et al. NEJM 2013; 369(12), 1085-1087 The 3-Year Medical School - Change or Shortage? Goldfarb S et al. NEJM 2013; 369(12), 1087-1089
Reviewed by Jack Lazerson and Miriam Bar-on
November
2013
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Medical students who face poor health in Iran
Medical students' health-related quality of life: roles of social and behavioral factors. Jamali A, et al. Medical Education 2013; 47: 1001-1012.
Reviewed by Michael Ryan
November
2013
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"Ask-Tell-Ask" approach encourages reflection and action
Reflection as a component of formative assessment appears to be instrumental in promoting the use of feedback; an observational study. Pelgrim, EAM et al. Medical Teacher 2013; 35(9): 772–778.
Reviewed by Dan Richards
October
2013
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Teaching Self-Regulation to Promote Professionalism
Supporting students in self-regulation: Use of formative feedback and portfolios in a problem-based learning setting. Dannefer EF et al. Medical Teacher 2013; 35: 655–660.
Reviewed by Makia Powers
October
2013
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Pressures and interventions imposed on medical school teachers regarding students' examination grades. Babic A et al. Medical Education 2013;47:820-823.
Reviewed by Rebecca Tenney-Soeiro
October
2013
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Making the professionalism curriculum for undergraduate medical education more relevant. Morihar SK et al. Medical Teacher 2013, 1-7, early online.
Reviewed by Mary Wroblewski
October
2013
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The unexamined thought
Croskerry, P. From mindless to mindful practice - Cognitive bias and clinical decision making. NEJM 2013, 368(26), 2445-2448.
Reviewed by Karen Forbes
September
2013
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Residents don't think they're learning during heavy inpatient service months
Perceptions of Educational Experience and Inpatient Workload Among Pediatric Resident
Haferbecker D et al. Hospital Pediatrics 2013;3;276
http://hosppeds.aappublications.org/content/3/3/276
Reviewed by Amy Guiot, MD
September
2013
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Teaching people how to work in a team helps them
Development of a Team Performance Scale to Assess Undergraduate Health Professionals. Sigalet E et.al. Academic Medicine 2013 88:989-996
Reviewed by Janet Meller
September
2013
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Blogs and Wikis and Facebook - Oh My!
Social Media Use in Medical Education: A Systematic Review. Cheston C et al. Academic Medicine 2013; 88: 893-901.
Reviewed by Sharon Sholiton
September
2013
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Students like lectures better if they attend them (rather than just listen on-line)
The impact of lecture attendance and other variables on how medical students evaluate faculty in a preclinical program. Martin SI et al. Academic Medicine 2013;88(7):972-977.
Reviewed by Chris White
August
2013
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Once is not enough
Enhancing and sustaining empathy in medical students. Hojat M et al. Medical Teacher 2013, 1-6, early online.
Reviewed by Lavjay Butani
August
2013
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Varied clinical rotations and the shelf exam
Subspecialty exposure in a psychiatry clerkship does not improve student performance in the subject examination. Retamero C et al. Academic Psychiatry 2013; 37(3):179-181.
Reviewed by Gary Beck
August
2013
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Addressing biases early on
Are medical students aware of their anti-obesity bias? Miller DP et al. Academic Medicine 2013;88(7):978-982.
Reviewed by Caroline Paul
August
2013
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What do med students need before we start teaching them?
Core personal competencies important to entering students' success in medical school: What are they and how could they be assessed early in the admission process? Koenig TW, et al. Academic Medicine 2013;88(5):603-613.
Reviewed by Rebecca Tenney-Soeiro, MD
July
2013
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Science as a 'Way of thinking'
Scientist or science-stuffed? Discourses of science in North American medical eduation. Whitehead C. Medical Education 2013; 47:26-32.
Reviewed by Angela Punnett
July
2013
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Replacing noon conference with a half day of didactics
Beyond a curricular design of convenience: Replacing the noon conference with an academic half day in three internal medicine residency programs. Batalden MK et al. Academic Medicine 2013; 88: 644-651.
Reviewed by Cynthia Christy
July
2013
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Win - win! More students scheduled, and they do well!
Can incorporating inpatient overnight work hours into a pediatric clerkship improve the clerkship experience for students? Talib N et al. Academic Medicine 2013;88:376-381.
Reviewed by Srividya Nagapathan
July
2013
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They're watching you!
Wanted: role models - medical students' perceptions of professionalism. Byszewski et al. BMC Medical Education 2012;12:115.
Reviewed by Virginia Randall
June
2013
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How to 'Hang in There'
Batting 300 is Good: Perspectives of Faculty Researchers and Their Mentors on Rejection, Resilience, and Persistence in Academic Medical Careers. DeCastro R et al. Academic Medicine April 2013; 88(4): 1-8.
Reviewed by Ginny Cleppe
June
2013
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