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Advances in Medical Education 1997 book

Advances in Medical Education

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Advances in Medical Education

edition: 1 
Authors: , , , ,   
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ISBN : 9789401060486, 9789401148863 
publisher: Springer Netherlands 
publish year: 1997 
pages: 825 
language: English 
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Table Of Contents

Front Matter....Pages N1-xii
Front Matter....Pages 1-1
Assessment Truths that We Hold as Self-Evident and Their Implications....Pages 2-6
Adult Learning Theory, Prizes and Motivation: Fundamental Learning Issues....Pages 7-10
Summary of the Conference....Pages 11-14
The Student as Quality Controller....Pages 15-18
Does Clinical Performance Correlate with Physicians’ Scores on Written Examinations?....Pages 19-22
Strategies for Effecting Change in Teaching Practices: A Review of Current Models....Pages 23-29
Front Matter....Pages 31-31
Northerners and Southerners: Two Approaches to Defining Core Content in Medical Education....Pages 32-33
Core Clinical Content of Step 2 of the USMLE: Using Surgery as an Example....Pages 34-36
Determining Teaching Objectives for the Family Medicine Clerkship in Medical School: A National Delphi Survey....Pages 37-39
Core Skills in Administering and Prescribing Drugs....Pages 40-42
Cross-Section of the Utrecht Medical Curriculum....Pages 43-43
Front Matter....Pages 45-45
Community Health Issues of the New PBL Undergraduate Medical Curriculum at the University of Geneva: A Description....Pages 46-48
A Student Evaluation of Community Based Education in General Practice....Pages 49-52
Qualitative LEAP Project....Pages 53-54
The Implementation of a Multi-Institution, Multi-Disciplinary Project to Develop Community Undergraduate Medical Education....Pages 55-57
Front Matter....Pages 59-59
Interactive Continuing-Education Sessions: An Effective Way to Change Strategies?....Pages 60-62
Can the Effect of Continuing Medical Education on Physician Performance Be Measured?....Pages 63-64
Academic Skills Training for Young General Practitioners: the New London Academic Training Scheme (LATS)....Pages 65-67
Attendance at an Academic Meeting: Does It Change Clinical Practice....Pages 68-70
Increasing Physician Involvement in Cholesterol-Lowering Practices: the Role of Knowledge, Attitudes and Perceptions....Pages 71-74
Front Matter....Pages 59-59
Continuing Medical Education in University Hospital Centers Becomes Strategic....Pages 75-77
Continuous Built-in Evaluation of Participants’ Motivation in PME and CME....Pages 78-81
Front Matter....Pages 83-83
Design of an Integrative Course and Assessment Method The CIP (Comprehensive Integrative Puzzle)....Pages 84-86
A Universal Scheme of Analysis of the Educational Processes and its Application to Health Sciences: Initial Premises and Hypotheses....Pages 87-90
Experience with the Process of Curriculum Innovation....Pages 91-93
Development of a Longitudinal Behavioural Medicine Continuity Curriculum for Third Year Medical Students....Pages 94-96
Curriculum Information Management System: Structure and Process of Analysis with CATs....Pages 97-100
Problem-Based Learning: Always Small or Sometimes Large?....Pages 101-103
Developing a Curriculum for Personal and Professional Development....Pages 104-105
A Cross-Cultural Curriculum for Medical Students....Pages 106-108
Innovations in Medical Education: A Comparison of Canadian and European Medical Schools....Pages 109-110
The Teaching of Anatomy in the Integrated Medical Curriculum as Practised at the School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia....Pages 111-113
A Patient-Based Workshop in Anatomy for First Year Medical Students....Pages 114-117
Responses of Female and Male Medical Students to Case-Based Learning Programme in Anatomy....Pages 118-120
The Use of Novel Educational Techniques in the Teaching of Molecular Cell Biology....Pages 121-123
A New Approach to the Teaching of Clinically Relevant Anatomical Sciences and Compassionate Medicine “Clinical Anatomy — The Structure of the Human Body”....Pages 124-126
Front Matter....Pages 127-127
Maintaining and Enhancing Key Decision-Making Skills from Graduation into Practice: An Exploratory Study....Pages 128-130
Detection of Gender Differences in High-Stakes Performance SP-Based Examinations in Family Medicine....Pages 131-134
Preliminary Descriptive Analyses of the Performance of US Citizens Attending Foreign Medical Schools on USMLE Steps 1 and 2....Pages 135-138
Applying Learning Taxonomies to Test Items: Is a Fact an Artifact?....Pages 139-142
Front Matter....Pages 127-127
The Risks of Thoroughness: Reliability and Validity of Global Ratings and Checklists in an OSCE....Pages 143-145
The Impact of Postgraduate Training on an Examination for Medical Licensure....Pages 146-148
A Comparison of Conjoint Analysis with Other Approaches to Model Physician Policies in Scoring Complex Performance-Based Assessment....Pages 149-151
A Comparison of Diagnostic Pattern Recognition Skills to Performance on a “High Stakes” OSCE....Pages 152-155
Knowledge on Skills: What is in the Name?....Pages 156-157
The Swiss Way to Score Multiple True-False Items: Theoretical and Empirical Evidence....Pages 158-161
Retention and Forgetting of Biological Facts and Concepts, Learnt for the First Basic Science Exam, over a Two Year Period....Pages 162-165
Spatial Abilities and Learning Modes in Anatomy Beginners....Pages 166-169
Examiner Differences in the Mini-CEX....Pages 170-172
Repeated Assessment of Medical Knowledge During the Two Years of Clerkships....Pages 173-174
Performance of Examinees from Foreign Schools on the Clinical Science Component of the United States Medical Licensing Examination....Pages 175-178
Item Analysis in Clinical Encounter Scoring....Pages 179-180
The Use of Global Ratings in OSCE Station Scores....Pages 181-183
An Investigation of the Properties of Computer-Based Case Simulations....Pages 184-186
Performance of Examinees from Foreign Schools on the Basic Science Component of United States Medical Licensing Examination....Pages 187-190
Analysis of the Use of Global Ratings by Standardized Patients and Physicians....Pages 191-192
Comparing Reliabilities of True/False and Short-Answer Questions in Written Problem Solving Tests....Pages 193-196
Overcoming Difficulties in the Introduction of a Summative Assessment of Clinical Competence in a Brazilian Medical School....Pages 197-199
Medical Student Perceptions of the Accuracy of Various New Clinical Evaluation Methods....Pages 200-202
Front Matter....Pages 203-203
Re-engineering the Specialty Consult Paradigm: Extending the Generalist and Maximizing the Specialist Through Educational Reform....Pages 204-206
Front Matter....Pages 203-203
Developing Staff: Developing Stations A Dental Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) Activity Day....Pages 207-209
The Training and Education of Osteopathic Practitioners to Become External Examiners in Clinical Competence....Pages 210-212
Educational Training of Medical Teachers: Recent Developments in the Netherlands....Pages 213-215
A Qualitative Study of Faculty Techniques for Giving Feedback to Interns Following an Observed Standardized Patient Encounter....Pages 216-219
Improving Clinical Teaching Skills Using Interaction Analysis....Pages 220-222
Assessment of Needs and Perceived Competence of Novice Clinical Teachers....Pages 223-225
Multiple Station Exams and Teaching Exercises (MSEs) for Teaching about Teaching....Pages 226-227
Development of a Medical Education Journal Club....Pages 228-230
Assessing the Implementation of Teaching Portfolios in the Academic Medical Center....Pages 231-233
Faculty Development and Primary Health Care Education in China....Pages 234-236
Long-Term Impact of Faculty Development Workshops: A Pilot Study....Pages 237-240
Tutor Training for Problem-Based Learning: The Experience of a Large Medical School....Pages 241-243
Planning Frameworks and Staff Participation: Changing to a Graduate Entry, Problem-Based Medical Course....Pages 244-246
Determining the Change in Staff Attitudes during Training in Preparation for Radical Change from a Traditional Curriculum to Problem-Based Learning....Pages 247-248
A Prospective Analysis Instrument for a Medical Education Centre....Pages 249-250
Front Matter....Pages 251-251
A Treasure Discovered by Dutch Students in Canada; Results of a Student Exchange Program in Family Medicine....Pages 252-255
The Family Medicine Clerkship: Comparison of Two Programs in Different Continents....Pages 256-258
Defensibility of Competency Assessments of Practising Family Physicians....Pages 259-262
Innovations in Physician Performance Enhancement-Communication Skills....Pages 263-264
Training of GP Trainers in Flanders (Belgium)....Pages 265-267
Front Matter....Pages 251-251
How Students Learn from Ambulatory Preceptors: Critical Incidents....Pages 268-271
Alternative Routes to Vocational Training for General Practitioners in Australia....Pages 272-274
A Tool for Assessing the Readiness of Family Physician Practices to Adopt Prevention Strategies....Pages 275-277
Competence of Trainees for GP at the Start of Their Training....Pages 278-281
Undergraduate Medical Education in Family Medicine in Slovenia....Pages 282-283
Educational Objectives and Requirements of an Undergraduate Clerkship in General Practice: To Which Extent do General Practice Teachers Achieve These?....Pages 284-286
The Comprehensive Assessment Project in Continuing Medical Education of GPs....Pages 287-289
Hospital Clinicians and General Practitioners Working Together to Teach Medical Students....Pages 290-291
Constructing a Congruent Curriculum for the Vocational Training of GPs....Pages 292-294
Improving the Quality of Tutorials in General Practice by Means of Instruction and Quality Assessment....Pages 295-298
Evaluation of the Impact of Clinical Skills Teaching on General Practice....Pages 299-301
Is There a Difference in the Clinical Experience of Students with Diverse Career Interests?....Pages 302-304
Use of Immediate Video Debriefing During Practice Teaching Visits....Pages 305-307
Gaining an Appreciation of Differing Ethnic Influences on General Practice in Western Australia....Pages 308-310
Final-Year Students’ Experiential Learnings in Family Medicine at the University of Cape Town....Pages 311-312
Perceived Learning Opportunities: Students’ Expectations of a Family Medicine Clerkship....Pages 313-316
Front Matter....Pages 317-317
Knowledge and Attitudes towards Computers among Graduates from Developing Countries....Pages 318-320
The Effectiveness of Interactive Multimedia as an Instructional Aid for Learning Basic Clinical Skills and Knowledge....Pages 321-326
Computer Based Simulations as Adjuncts for Teaching and Evaluating Complex Clinical Skills....Pages 327-329
On-Line Evaluation of Teaching and Courses: The Methods, Practice, and Politics....Pages 330-332
Front Matter....Pages 317-317
Disease-Class Specific, Computer Adaptive Testing on the World Wide Web....Pages 333-335
The Effects of Visual Genetics on the Learning of Students in a Problem Based Curriculum....Pages 336-338
The Internet as a Cross-Disciplinary Learning Environment....Pages 339-341
Teaching Skills for Accessing and Interpreting Information from Systematic Reviews/Meta-analyses, Practice Guidelines, and the Internet....Pages 342-345
Front Matter....Pages 347-347
Testing Psychiatric Diagnostic Recognition Skills with Video Vignettes....Pages 348-350
A Method for Developing Interdisciplinary Examinations to Test Application of Knowledge by Students in a PBL Curriculum....Pages 351-353
The Diagnostic Schema Questionnaire: A New Tool to Assess a Specific Dimension of Clinical Competence....Pages 354-356
The Contribution to Final Clinical Competence of Preparing and Presenting a Dissertation within an Undergraduate Course in Osteopathy....Pages 357-358
The Use of a Neural Net to Reproduce and Assess a Physician’s Clinical Diagnostic Skills....Pages 359-362
Developing Written Assessments for Use in Advanced Life Support Courses....Pages 363-365
Maintaining Content Validity in Computerized Adaptive Testing....Pages 366-369
Assessment of Self Directed Learning....Pages 370-373
Developing In-Course and Final Assessments in a New Dental Curriculum....Pages 374-376
Development of Clinical Reasoning Exercises in a Problem-Based Curriculum....Pages 377-379
‘Disease Class-Specific, Typicality-Graded’ Test Case Vignettes: Towards ‘Construct-Referenced’ Assessments of Diagnostic Performance....Pages 380-382
Fair Reliable Essay Examinations for a Problem Based Curriculum....Pages 383-386
Critical Thinking in Medical School Exams....Pages 387-389
The Assessment of Higher Level Cognitive Objectives in Undergraduate Medical Students Using a Clinical Audit Project....Pages 390-394
Medical Students’ Ability to Self Assess Knowledge and Skill Levels: Findings from One Class of Seniors....Pages 395-396
Clinical Skills Assessment at NEOUCOM: A Description....Pages 397-399
Front Matter....Pages 401-401
A Combined Structured Oral Examination (SOE) and OSCE for the Assessment of Clinical Competence....Pages 402-403
An OSCE Trial in Japan: Feasibility and Correlation with a Written Test....Pages 404-406
OSCE Stations for the Longitudinal Assessment of Cancer Screening and Detection....Pages 407-409
Assessing the Adequacy of the Post-Encounter Written Scores in Standardized Patient Exams....Pages 410-412
Reproducibility of Emergency Medicine Standardized Patient Cases from Philadelphia to Barcelona....Pages 413-415
Using the Rasch Model to Equate Alternate Forms for Performance Assessments of Physician’s Clinical Skills....Pages 416-419
Regression-Based Weighting of Items on Standardized Patient Checklists....Pages 420-423
A Large-Scale Study of the Reliabilities of Checklist Scores and Ratings of Components of Interpersonal and Communication Skills Evaluated on a SP Examination....Pages 424-426
Clinical Assessment in an Academic Environment: To Do or Not To Do?....Pages 427-429
Academic Assessment of Clinical Skills Inferences of Predictive Validity....Pages 430-432
The Effect of Formal Feedback Sessions on Test Security for a Clinical Practice Examination using Standardized Patients....Pages 433-436
The Quebec Licensing OSCE: Modifications and Improvements over 6 Years of Experience....Pages 437-440
Reliability, Number of Stations, and Examination Length in an Objective Structured Clinical Examination....Pages 441-442
Construct Validity of “High Stakes” OSCE Scores....Pages 443-445
OSCA: Assessing to Unite Theory and Practice....Pages 446-447
An Evaluation of OSCEs for Final-year Students....Pages 448-451
Implementing a Multiple Station Clinical Examination: An International Collaboration....Pages 452-453
Clinical Skills Assessment (CSA) in Undergraduate Medical Education in Catalonia, 1995....Pages 454-457
An OSCE for Licensure: The Canadian Experience....Pages 458-461
Preparing Physician Examiners for a High Stakes, Multi-Site OSCE....Pages 462-464
Front Matter....Pages 465-465
A Self-Assessment Study of Competency Levels in the Postgraduate School of Public Health....Pages 466-469
An Innovative CME Cardiology Program for General Practitioners....Pages 470-473
Assessment of Junior Doctors’ Clinical Competence: A Feedback Loop....Pages 474-476
Can You Teach an Old Doc New Tricks?....Pages 477-479
The Comprehensive Objective Examination (COE)....Pages 480-481
Improving Reliability and Validity of the Clinical Examination for Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians....Pages 482-484
Development of the Catalan OSCE of Internal Medicine....Pages 485-487
Using Peer Comparisons to Evaluate Combined Residency Training in Pediatrics, Psychiatry, and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry....Pages 488-489
The Relationship Between Age of Candidates and Performance in the FRACGP Examination....Pages 490-493
Remediation for the Intern with Deficiencies in Clinical Competence....Pages 494-495
Front Matter....Pages 497-497
The New Preclinical Medical Curriculum at the University of Geneva: Processes of Selecting Basic Medical Concepts and Problems for the PBL Learning Units....Pages 498-500
Implementation of an Integrated Educational Curriculum at the Medical Faculty of Lausanne....Pages 501-502
An Introduction of Certain Basic Principles in Kinesiology: Incorporation into a Problem-Based Setup....Pages 503-505
The Rome Parallel Track (CPR)....Pages 506-508
Macroanalysis of Integration of the Basic Sciences in a Problem-Based Learning Curriculum....Pages 509-512
The Source of Final Exams (Internal versus External) and their Impact on Learning in Biochemistry in a PBL Curriculum....Pages 513-515
Promoting Rational Prescribing in Problem-Based Curriculum....Pages 516-518
The Synthesis Unit: A Complementary Approach to Integration in a Problem-Based Learning Curriculum....Pages 519-522
A Qualitative Comparison of Student and Faculty Effectiveness as PBL Tutors....Pages 523-524
Problem-Based Learning Using Ambulatory Patients....Pages 525-527
Front Matter....Pages 497-497
Teaching Ethics using a Small-Group, PBL Format....Pages 528-531
The Redesigned Undergraduate Medical Curriculum at the University of Geneva....Pages 532-535
Front Matter....Pages 537-537
Models for Predicting Career Patterns of Graduates of Combined Baccalaureate-MD Degree (CD) Programs....Pages 538-541
Recording Patient Encounters to Verify the Clinical Curriculum of a Family Medicine Clerkship....Pages 542-544
Factors which Influence the Outcome of Student Evaluation of Teaching....Pages 545-547
Self-Directed Learning (SDL): Changing Perceptions....Pages 548-550
A Problem-Based Approach to Non-Redundant Resident Education....Pages 551-553
A Comparative Study of Medical Curriculum Outcomes: Opinions of the Graduates of a Traditional Curriculum and an Innovative Curriculum....Pages 554-556
An Evaluation of the Horizontal Research Elective at The University of Calgary....Pages 557-559
Evaluating the Success of a Medical School: The Beer-Sheva Experiment....Pages 560-563
Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Clinical Skills Teaching in the Community....Pages 564-566
The Evaluation of the Practice Quality Review Component of the Maintenance of Professional Standards Program of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians....Pages 567-570
Ten Year Observation of Problem Based Learning: A Guide to Future Evaluations?....Pages 571-574
‘Happiness Index’ to Health Gain: Using Evaluation of Teaching to Benefit Patient Care....Pages 575-576
Modifying the Categorisation of Validated Criteria to Assess Teaching Performance in the Tutor-Led, Task Orientated Small Group....Pages 577-580
Evaluating the Outcomes of Changes in Undergraduate Surgery Education: Interns’ Views on Their Preparedness for Surgical Rotations....Pages 581-584
Some Curriculum Implications of fewer In-Patients in Teaching Hospitals....Pages 585-587
Educational Audit into Medical Practice: A Quality Approach....Pages 588-589
Evaluation of Clinical Teaching Processes: The Development of a Questionnaire....Pages 590-593
The Effect of Health Reform on Surgical Clerks’ Experience and Performance....Pages 594-596
Front Matter....Pages 537-537
An Effective Educational Model for Tuberculosis in the Ambulatory Care Clinic: Documentation of Clinical Competence and Skills....Pages 597-598
Front Matter....Pages 599-599
Sherlock Holmes and Clinical Reasoning: Empiric Research on a Methodology to Teach Clinical Reasoning....Pages 600-601
The Structure of Medical Knowledge Reflected in Clinicians’ Estimates of the Probabilities of Signs/Symptoms within Diseases....Pages 602-607
The Effect of Clinical History on Physician’s ECG Interpretation Skills....Pages 608-610
The Effect of ECG Instructional Materials on Medical Students’ Reasoning Strategy....Pages 611-614
Reflective Practice and Clinical Placements....Pages 615-617
Student Thought Processes Evoked by Multiple Choice and Constructed Response Items....Pages 618-621
Use of a “Scheme” Approach to Problem Solving during a Family Medicine Clerkship....Pages 622-624
Expert-Novice Differences in the Use of History and Visual Information from Patients....Pages 625-628
A Comparison of Expert Clinician and Expert Student Reasoning on Multiple Choice Items....Pages 629-631
Medical Students’ Learning Strategies in Problem-Based Learning and Traditional Courses....Pages 632-634
Front Matter....Pages 635-635
Experience With a Selection Method for Admittance to the Universidad Nacional De Cuyo Medical Sciences School....Pages 636-637
Beliefs in Personal Control, Styles of Learning and the Prediction of Academic Performance of Student Health Professionals....Pages 638-642
The Effect of Changing Selection Procedures and the Pre-Entry Experience of Intending Students of Osteopathy....Pages 643-645
The Reliability of a Personal Statement as a Selection Tool in the Admissions Process....Pages 646-649
Front Matter....Pages 651-651
Using an Algebraic Inversion of the Dependability Index to Determine Pass/Fail Criteria for Clinical Performance Examinations....Pages 652-655
Optimizing the Input of Physician Examiners in Setting Standards for a Large Scale OSCE: Experience with Part II of the Qualifying Examination of the Medical Council of Canada....Pages 656-658
Student and Faculty Ratings of Task Difficulty in Predicting Performance on a Clinical-Skills Exam....Pages 659-660
The Use of Critical Stations to Determine Clinical Competency in a “High Stakes” OSCE....Pages 661-664
Relative and Absolute Standards in Assessing Medical Knowledge....Pages 665-667
Front Matter....Pages 651-651
Competence Judgments as an Approach to Standard Setting for Multiple Choice Items....Pages 668-670
Variations on a Theme: Scoring the Clinical Skills Assessment....Pages 671-674
Front Matter....Pages 675-675
Do Medical Students Believe that Communication Skills can be Learned?....Pages 676-678
Design and Development of the New Preclinical Practice Skills (CPS) Program at the University of Geneva....Pages 679-681
The Effectiveness of a Technical Skills Course for Surgical Residents....Pages 682-684
Development of Interviewing Skills in a Problem-Based Medical Curriculum....Pages 685-688
Pediatric Simulated Scenarios in Undergraduate Medical Teaching-Exposure to the Under Fives....Pages 689-691
An Innovative Course Combining the Acquisition of Communication Skills with First Year Medical Student’s Perception of their Psychosocial Role in Primary Care....Pages 692-694
The Social History: A Vanishing Portion of the Medical Interview....Pages 695-697
Front Matter....Pages 699-699
Using Standardized Patients in the Time-in/Time-out Interviewing Technique....Pages 700-702
Training Standardized Patients to Provide Feedback for Ethics Teaching....Pages 703-705
Volunteers and Standardized Patients in Health Sciences Education: Our Experience in Fostering a Valuable Community Resource....Pages 706-708
The Incorporation of Standardized Patients into a Continuing Education Conference on Child Abuse....Pages 709-710
Health Care Perceptions: Do They Change for the Standardized Patient?....Pages 711-713
Advancing the Use of Standardized Patients: A Workshop for the Consortium of Thai Medical Schools....Pages 714-716
Using Standardized Patients to Assess Clinical Competence in the Primary Care of Pediatric Cancer Patients....Pages 717-718
Using Standardized Patients to Develop Clinical Competence in the Delivery of Bad News....Pages 719-721
Using SPs for Teaching and Assessing Clinical Skills for Encounters with Patients with Problems of Substance Abuse, Pain Control, and AIDS....Pages 722-724
The Validity of Standardized Patient Assessment Using Faculty-Physician Global Ratings as the Gold-Standard Criterion....Pages 725-727
The Use of Standardized Patients in a First-Year Problem-Based Learning Introduction to Clinical Medicine Course....Pages 728-731
Front Matter....Pages 699-699
Predicting Performance Through Clinical Skills Assessment with Standardized Patients....Pages 732-733
Sequential Testing in a Standardized Patient Based Test....Pages 734-736
Cognitive Strategies used in Standardized Patients’ Checklist Recording....Pages 737-738
Front Matter....Pages 739-739
Educating Medical Students on Cultural and Societal Issues in the Health Care of Diverse Population Groups....Pages 740-741
Differences Between First and Fourth Year Medical Students in their Attitudes Toward Primary Care....Pages 742-743
Comparing a Four-Week Block Clerkship to a Twelve-Week Longitudinal Experience in Family Medicine....Pages 744-746
Moral Development During Surgical Residency Training....Pages 747-748
The Effects of Trainings During the Vocational Training for General Practitioners on the Quality of Trainee’s Consultation Behaviour with Standardized Patients....Pages 749-752
Presentation Skills: a Course for Students on Voice Production and Confidence-Building....Pages 753-755
Comparing Two Formats for Practising Electrocardiograph Interpretation....Pages 756-758
Inter-Disciplinary Clinical Teaching....Pages 759-761
Designing Basic Medical Education in Nijmegen....Pages 762-764
Using Literature to Learn About and From the Elderly....Pages 765-768
An Environment for the Development and Presentation of Computerized Cases to Learn Diagnostic Reasoning....Pages 769-773
Interprofessional Teaching for Clinical Skills....Pages 774-776
Presentation Skills; a Student Learning-Activity....Pages 777-779
Projects— Are They Worth All the Hassle?....Pages 780-783
Video-Based Supplemental Instruction (VSI) as an Integral Part of an Academic Support and Development Program....Pages 784-786
New Horizons in Surgical Teaching: Undergraduate Medical Teaching in Day Surgery....Pages 787-789
Mentoring Undergraduate Medical Students: A Study of Organizational Aspects....Pages 790-792
Front Matter....Pages 739-739
Learning About Learning: A Course for Incoming Medical and Dental Undergraduates....Pages 793-794
Critical Thinking, Evidence-Based Medicine and Clinical Practice....Pages 795-797
Comparing Medical Knowledge of Osteopathic Trainees in DO and MD Programs: A Random Effect Meta-Analysis....Pages 798-800
The Influence of Neuro-Cognitive Modelling and Philosophy on Issues of Curriculum and Assessment in Medical Education....Pages 801-802
What Students Want from Their Pastoral Care System....Pages 803-804
Addressing Telephone Medicine in Medical School Education....Pages 805-806
Teaching Clinical Decision Making and Cost-Effectiveness in Medical School: A Simulated Back Pain Case....Pages 807-808
Implementation of a“Well Physician” Course for Students: A Formative Evaluation....Pages 809-811
The Impact of Curriculum Change on Student Stress and Workload....Pages 812-814
Back Matter....Pages 815-820


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