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Learning from the aviation industry
The Importance of Situational Awareness: A Qualitative Study of Family Members’ and Nurses’ Perspectives on Teaching During Family-Centered Rounds.  Beck J et al.   Academic Medicine 2015;90:1401-07.

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Shorter medical resident duty hours may not be the answer
Patient safety, resident well-being and continuity of care with different resident duty schedules in the intensive care unit: A randomized trial. Parshuram CS et al.  CMAJ 2015;187: 321-329.

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How to Successfully Recruit Ambulatory Faculty?  Pay Them!
Recruiting Primary Care Physicians to Teach Medical Students in the Ambulatory Setting:  A Model of Protected Time, Allocated Money, and Faculty Development.  Denton GD et al.  Academic  Medicine, 2015; 90: 1532-5

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Global rating scales beat checklists!
Diagnosing Technical Competence in Six Bedside Procedures: Comparing Checklists and a Global Rating Scale in the Assessment of Resident Performance. Walzak A et al. Academic Medicine 2015;90:1100-1108.

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Improving hand-offs and developing empathy with one intervention!
Developing non-technical ward-round skills.
Harvey R et al. The Clinical Teacher 2015; 12: 336-340.

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Teaching quality and safety scholarship during medical school
A Scholarly Pathway in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety.
A Ferguson CC et al. Academic Medicine 2015;90(10)1358-62.

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It’s not just a game!
Twenty Questions game performance on medical school entrance predicts clinical performance.
RG Williams et al. Medical Education 2015;49:920-927

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Teaching Tips for Busy Outpatient Clinicians
Memorable outpatient teaching: The sum of many teachable moments.
Ramani S. Medical Teacher 2015;37:971-973.

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Steve’s Classic Paper

The habit of humanism: A framework for making humanistic care a reflexive clinical skill. Miller SZ et al. Academic Medicine 1999;74(7):800-803.

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Humanism through Narratives

A History of the Present Illness. Aronson, Louise. New York: Bloomsbury USA, 2013.

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A Mnemonic for Empathy!

E.M.P.A.T.H.Y.: A Tool to Enhance Nonverbal Communication Between Clinicians and Their Patients. Riess H et al. 2014 Academic Medicine (89):8 pp.1108-1112

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Through the Eyes and Heart of a Standarized Patient

‘The Empathy Exams.’ Jamison L. The Empathy Exams: Essays. Graywolf Press. 2014

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From a COMSEP survey!

Advising Medical Students for the Match: A National Survey of Pediatric Clerkship Directors. Ryan MS et al. Academic Pediatrics. 2015; 15: 374-379.

September
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Letting go

How clinical supervisors develop trust in their trainees: A qualitative study. Hauer KE et al. Medical Education 2015; 49: 783-795.

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Improving the Grading Process by Applying A Shared Mental Model

Regular Formal Evaluation Sessions are Effective as Frame-of-Reference Training for Faculty Evaluators of Clerkship Medical Students. Hemmer P et al. JGIM 2015; PMID: 26173519

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What we gain from teaching

Why physicians teach: giving back by paying it forward. Steinert Y et al. Medical Education 2015 49: 773-782.

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A common struggle

How do medical schools identify and remediate professionalism lapses in medical students? A study of US and Canadian medical schools. Ziring D et al. Academic Medicine 2015; 90: 913-920.

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Paper may help us think better

The impact of adopting EHRs: How losing connectivity affects clinical reasoning. Varpio L et al. Medical Education 2015 (49):476-486.

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In Summary…

The development and preliminary validation of a rubric to assess medical students’ written summary statements in virtual patient cases. Smith S et al. Academic Medicine 2015

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Student Generated Multiple Choice Questions

A Novel Student-Led Approach to Multiple-Choice Question Generation and Online Database Creation, with Targeted Clinician Input. Benjamin HL et al.; Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2015:. 27(2): 182-188.

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Combine great teaching methods!

Should we choose between problem-based learning and team-based learning? No, combine the best of both worlds! Dolmans D et al. Medical Teacher 2015; 37:354-359.

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QI: Teaching lead to learning

Effectiveness of a quality improvement curriculum for medical students Tartaglia K et al. Medical Education Online 2015, 20: 27133

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More to Half Day than Learning

Resident’s Views of the Role of Classroom-Based Learning in Graduate Medical Education Through the Lens of Academic Half Days. Chen LY et al. Academic Medicine 2015 Apr;90(4):532-8.

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Lean on me

A Facilitated Peer Mentoring Program for Junior Faculty to Promote Professional Development and Peer networking.  Fleming GM et al.  Academic Medicine 90: 819-826.

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Crowdsourcing: A new technique to gather teaching materials

Wisdom of the crowd: Bright ideas and innovations from the teaching value and choosing wisely campaign.  Shah N et al. Academic Medicine 2015:90(5):624-8.

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