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2013Quality improvement of interdisciplinary rounds by leadership training based on essential quality indicators of the Interdisciplinary Rounds Assessment ScaleTen Have EC, Nap RE, Tulleken JEIntensive care medicine
2015Driven to distraction: a prospective controlled study of a simulated ward round experience to improve patient safety teaching for medical students. Thomas I. Nicol L. Regan L. Cleland J. Maliepaard D. Clark L. Walker K. Duncan J.24:154-161
2017Tracing the prescription journey: a qualitative evaluation of an interprofessional simulation-based learning activity Advances in SimulationCooke C; Gormley GJ; Haughey S; Barry J.2:14
2017A hospital mass casualty exercise using city buses and a tent as a hybrid system for patient decontamination. American Journal of Disaster MedicineImamedjian I, Maghraby NHM, Homier V12(3):189-196
2017Cost-Effectiveness of Using Standardized Patients to Assess Student-Pharmacist Communication Skills American Journal of Pharmaceutical EducationGillette C; Stanton RB; Rockich-Winston N; Rudolph M; Anderson HG Jr..81(10):6120
2017Access to Primary Care Appointments Following 2014 Insurance Expansions Annals of Family MedicineWissoker, Douglas; Polsky, Daniel15(2):107-112
2017Increasing confidence and changing behaviors in primary care providers engaged in genetic counselling BMC Medical EducationWilkes MS, Day FC, Fancher TL, McDermott H, Lehman E, Bell RA, Green MJ17(1):163
2017A team-based interprofessional education course for first-year health professions students Currents in Pharmacy Teaching & LearningPeeters MJ, Sexton M, Metz AE, Hasbrouck CS9(6):1099-1110
2017The effect of video-assisted oral feedback versus oral feedback on surgical communicative competences in undergraduate training European Journal of Trauma & Emergency SurgeryRuesseler M; Sterz J; Bender B; Hoefer S; Walcher F.43(4):461-466
2017Use of Simulation Based on an Electronic Health Records Environment to Evaluate the Structure and Accuracy of Notes Generated by Medical Scribes: Proof-of-Concept Study JMIR Medical InformaticsPranaat R; Mohan V; O'Reilly M; Hirsh M; McGrath K; Scholl G; Woodcock D; Gold JA.5(3):e30
2016Demonstrating medical student competency in palliative care: Development and evaluation of a new objective structured clinical examination station Journal of Continuing Education in the Health ProfessionsEllman MS; Putnam A; Green M; Pfeiffer C; Bia M.706-11, 2016 Jul
2017Behavioral Health Integration into Primary Care: a Microsimulation of Financial Implications for Practices Journal of General Internal MedicineBasu S; Landon BE; Williams JW Jr; Bitton A; Song Z; Phillips RS.32(12):1330-1341
2017Goals of Care Ambulatory Resident Education: Training Residents in Advance Care Planning Conversations in the Outpatient Setting Journal of Palliative MedicineBerns SH, Camargo M, Meier DE, Yuen JK20(12):1345-1351
2017Promoting empathy among medical students: A two-site randomized controlled study Journal of Psychosomatic ResearchBuffel du Vaure C, Lemogne C, Bunge L, Catu-Pinault A, Hoertel N, Ghasarossian C, Vincens ME, Galam E, Jaury P. 103:102-107
2017A Novel Approach to Simulation-Based Education for Veterinary Medical Communication Training Over Eight Consecutive Pre-Clinical Quarters. Journal of Veterinary Medical EducationEnglar RE44(3):502-522
2017Effect of an educational intervention in “spirituality and health” on knowledge, attitudes, and skills of students in health-related areas: A controlled randomized trial Medical TeacherOsorio HIS, Goncalves LM, Pozzobon PM, Gaspar Junior JJ, Miranda FM, Lucchetti ALG, Lucchetti G39(10):1057-1064
2017Simulated patient encounters to improve adolescent retention in HIV care in Kenya: study protocol of a stepped-wedge randomized controlled trial. Trials Wilson KS, Mugo C, Bukusi D, Inwani I, Wagner AD, Moraa H, Owens T, Babigumira JB, Richardson BA, John-Stewart GC, Slyker JA, Wamalwa DC, Kohler PK 18(1):619
2017Development and Validation of a Training Program Using a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Approach with the Purpose of Enabling Community Pharmacists to Provide Empathic Patient Counseling. Yakugaku Zasshi - Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of JapanTanuma K; Watanabe F; Maeda H; Shiina M; Hara K; Kamei M. 137(2):227-240
2016Touching the private parts: how gender and sexuality norms affect medical students’ first pelvic examination. Culture, health & sexuality.Sörensdotter R, Siwe K. 18(11):1295-308.
2017Adherence to Trained Standards After a Faculty Development Workshop on “Teaching With Simulated Patients” GMS Journal for Medical EducationFreytag J; Holzer H; Sonntag U.34(4):Doc45
2016Simulated patients versus seminars to train case history and feedback skills in audiology students: A randomized controlled trial., International Journal of AudiologyHughes, J., Wilson, W. J., MacBean, N., & Hill, A. E.55(12), 758-764.
2015Correlations between Medical Students’ Self Assessment of Communication Skills and Patient-Physician Interaction Assessed by Standardized Patients in Clinical Performance Examination International Journal of Bio-Science and Bio-TechnologyOh S. Kim WJ. Kim MY.7(3):1-8
2016 An initiative to standardize the identification of and acute response to postoperative lower-extremity neurological deficits: effects on provider knowledge, confidence, and communication skills. JBJS. Derman PB, Iyer S, Garner M, Orr S, Felix KJ, Goldberg A, Ologhobo T, Wu M, Robbins L, Cornell C.98(23):e105.
2014Using simulation education with deliberate practice to teach leadership and resource management skills to senior resident code leaders Journal of graduate medical educationBurden AR, Pukenas EW, Deal ER, Coursin DB, Dodson GM, Staman GW, Gratz I, Torjman MC.6(3), 463-469.
2018Tell Me Straight: Teaching Residents to Disclose Adverse Events in Surgery.. , 2018 Nov. Journal of Surgical EducationNewcomb AB; Liu C; Trickey AW; Dort J.75(6):e178-e191
2008Evaluation of training of surgery interns to perform brief alcohol interventions for trauma patients. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. MacLeod JB, Hungerford DW, Dunn C, Hartzler B. 207(5):639-45.
2016 Using a videotaped objective structured clinical examination to assess Knowledge In Smoking cessation amongst medical Students (the KISS Study). Medical teacher.Lucas NC, Walker N, Bullen C.38(12):1256-61
2017Empathy training in medical students–a randomized controlled trial. Medical teacher. Wündrich M, Schwartz C, Feige B, Lemper D, Nissen C, Voderholzer U. 39(10):1096-8.
2017Twelve tips for developing an OSCE that measures what you want. Medical teacher. Daniels VJ, Pugh D. 25:1-6.
1994Scoring and standard setting for the ECFMG clinical competence assessment. Proceedings from the Sixth Ottawa Conference on Medical Education Sutnick AI. Norcini JJ. Stillman PL. Friedman Mxxxxx
2007 Effects of a community-based drug use prevention program targeting licensed premises. Substance use & misuse.Gripenberg J, Wallin E, Andreasson S.42(12-13):1883-98
2016Using standardized patient encounters to teach longitudinal continuity of  care in a family medicine clerkship.  BMC Medical EducationVest BM.  Lynch A.  McGuigan D.  Et al 16(1):208
2016Professionalism Training For Surgical Residents: Documenting the Advantages of a Professionalism Curriculum Annals of Surgery.Hochberg MS.  Berman RS.  Kalet AL.  Zabar S.  Gillespie C.  Pachter HL.264(3):501-7
2015Counselling practices in community pharmacies in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: a cross-sectional study BMC Health Services ResearchAlaqeel S.  Abanmy NO.15:557
2016 Breaking Bad News in obstetrics: a randomized trial of simulation followed by debriefing or lecture Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine.Karkowsky CE.  Landsberger EJ.  Bernstein PS.  Et al29(22):3717-23
1976The feasibility of using the simulated patient as a means to evaluate clinical competence of practicing physicians in a community ( a pilot project)(15th Annual Conf on Research in Med Educ, SF Cal)Burri A. McCaughan K. Barrows H.295-299
1994Setting performance standards for licensing examinations: Standardized patients and the professional perspective (1994 Ottawa Conference)LaDuca A.xxxxx
1994Setting minimal standards in the Quebec Licensing Examination(6th Ottawa Conference)Lescop J. Grand'Maison P. Brailovsky CA.xxxxx
2006Development and testing of the McCurry synergistic process model of nursing intuitive clinical decision-making using the relaxation response. [THESIS](Boston College) McCurry MKxxxxx
2008Examining the relationship between participation in simulation and the levels of self-efficacy reported by nursing students [dissertation](Case Western Reserve Univ)Leigh GT.xxxxx
2006Clinical practice guideline-related knowledge representation models and comprehension-generated inferences of nurse practitioners and physicians at varying levels of expertise. [THESIS](Columbia University) Roberts WDxxxxx
1992Not the real thing: The standardized patient(Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine)Curtis M.1-59
1987A measurement framework for performance-based tests(International Conference Proceedings, Ottawa Canada)Swanson DBxxxxx
1987What do second year students ask in the sexual history? Observations from an objective structured clinical examination.(Proceedings of the --- Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education)Diemer M. Cooper GS. Harvey J. Noel GL26, pp. 217-221
1988Graduates of foreign medical schools: demographic and personal predictors of success on an OSCE-format internship programme entrance examination.(Proceedings of the --- Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education)Jolly BC. Cohen R. Rothman AI. Ross Jxxxxx
1984Symposium: Use of the OSCE (objective structured clinical examination) to assess clinical competence.(Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education)Woodward CA. Powles P. Cadman D. Curry L. Hart IR23:407-12
1983Symposium: Simulated patients in evaluation of medical education and practice.(Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education)Woodward CA. Neufeld VR. Norman GR. Stillman PL.xxxxx
1985Utilization of the objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) in gynecology/obstetrics. (Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education)Grand'Maison P. Blouin D. Briere DVol. 24, pp. 65-70).
1984Symposium: Technical considerations and establishing standards for scoring clinical performance in simulated clinical encounters..(Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education)Vu NV. Neufeld VR. Andrew BJ. Norcinic J. Stillman PLxxxxx
1999Integrating case based and rule based reasoning in a decision support system: evaluation with simulated patients.(Proceedings/AMIA Annual Symposium)Montani S. Bellazzi 887
2006Continuing competence in nursing: a study of issues and perceptions. [THESIS](University of Toronto, Canada) Sirotnik Mxxxxx
2013Utilizing high-fidelity crucial conversation simulation in genetic counseling training. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A,Holt RL, Tofil NM, Hurst C, Youngblood AQ, Peterson DT, Zinkan JL, White ML, Clemons JL, Robin NH.161(6), 1273-1277.
2017Rational drug therapy education in clinical phase carried out by task-based learning. Indian Journal of PharmacologyBilge SS. Akyüz B. Agri AE. Özlem M.49(1), 102
2018Simulation and Feedback in Health Education: A Mixed Methods Study Comparing Three Simulation Modalities.A Journal Of Pharmacy Education And PracticeTait, L; K Lee, R Rasiah, JM Cooper, T Ling, B Geelan, I Bindoff6(2)
2018Development of an Objective Structured Clinical Examination Using the American Board of Anesthesiology Content Outline for the Objective Structured Clinical Examination Component of the APPLIED Certification Examination. A&A PracticeTanaka P; Adriano A; Ngai L; et al. 11(7):193-197
2014Objective Structured Clinical Examination as an educational initiative for summative simulation competency evaluation of first-year student registered nurse anesthetists' clinical skillsAANA Journal (AANA J)Wunder LL. Glymph DC. Newman J. Gonzalez V. Gonzalez JE. Groom JA. 82(6):419-25
2014Standardized patients facilitate learningACA NewsBurkhart LA.10 (8): 30-1
1996Reliability of performance-based clinical skills assessment of emergency medicine residents.Academic Emergency MedicineBurdick WP. Ben-David MF. et al3(12):1119-23
2006Summative assessment in medicine: The promise of simulation for high-stakes evaluationAcademic Emergency MedicineBoulet JR.15:1017-1024
2009Can unannounced standardized patients assess professionalism and communication skills in the emergency department?Academic Emergency MedicineZabar S. Ark T. Gillespie C.16(9):915-8
2014Programmatic assessment of level 1 milestones in incoming internsAcademic Emergency MedicineHauff SR. Hopson LR. Losman E. Perry MA. Lypson ML. Fischer J. Santen SA.21(6):694-8
2016Development of an Emergency Medicine Simulation Fellowship Consensus Curriculum: Initiative of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Simulation AcademyAcademic Emergency MedicineFrallicciardi A. Vora S. Bentley S. et al. 23(9), 1054-1060.
2005Evaluation of student performance: clinical and professional performance.Academic Emergency MedicineFarrell SE12(4):302e6-10
2008Comparison of High-fidelity Simulators versus Trained ActorsAcademic emergency medicineGillett B, Peckler B, Sinert R, Onkst C, Nabors S, Issley S, Maguire C, Galwankarm S, Arquilla B.15(11), 1144-1151.
2005Development and implementation of an emergency practitioner-performed brief intervention for hazardous and harmful drinkers in the emergency department.Academic Emergency MedicineD'Onofrio G. Pantalon MV. Degutis LC. Fiellin DA and O'Connor PG12(3):249-56
2008Debriefing as formative assessment: Closing performance gaps in medical educationAcademic Emergency MedicineRudolph JW. Simon R. Raemer DB. Etal15(11):1010-1016
2002The use of standardized patients within a procedural competency model to teach death disclosure.Academic Emergency MedicineQuest TE. Otsuki JA. Banja J. Ratcliff JJ. Heron SL. Kaslow NJ9(11):1326-33
2003Emergency Medicine Crisis Resource Management (EMCRM): Pilot Study of a Simulation-based Crisis Management Course for Emergency Medicine.Academic Emergency MedicineReznek M. Smith-Coggins R. Howard S. Kiran K. Harter P. et al10(4):386-9
2007A Randomized Comparison Trial of Case-based Learning versus Human Patient Simulation in Medical Student EducationAcademic Emergency MedicineSchwartz. L. R.. Fernandez. R.. Kouyoumjian. S. R.. Jones. K. A.. & Compton. S14(2), 130-137.
2002Human simulation in emergency medicine training: a model curriculumAcademic Emergency MedicineMcLaughlin SA. Doezema D. Sklar DP9(11):1310-8
1999Interobserver variability among faculty in evaluations of residents' clinical skills.Academic Emergency MedicineLaMantia J. Rennie W. Risucci DA. Cydulka R. Spillane L. et al6 (1): 38–44
2002Assessment of communication and interpersonal skills competencies.Academic Emergency MedicineHobgood CD. Riviello RJ. Jouriles N. Hamilton G.9(11):1257-69
2002Clinical assessment in emergency medicine.Academic Emergency MedicineJouriles N. Burdick W. Hobgood C9(11): 1289-1294
2017“I broke my ankle”: Access to orthopedic follow-up care by insurance status.Academic Emergency Medicine.Medford-Davis LN. Lin F. Greenstein A. Rhodes KV.24:98-105
1991Behavior-change strategies used by a sample of physicians for patients at risk of coronary problems.Academic MedicineMcNabb WL. Cole BJ. Das Gupta DS. Cook S66(12)780
2014Assessing third-year medical students' ability to address a patient's spiritual distress using an OSCE case.Academic MedicineMcEvoy M. Schlair S. Sidlo Z. Burton W. Milan F.89(1):66-70
2000The impact of an alternative approach to computing station cut scores in an OSCE.Academic MedicineMcIlroy JH75(10):S18-S20
2002The effect of candidates' perceptions of the evaluation method on reliability of checklist and global rating scores in an objective structured clinical examination.Academic MedicineMcIlroy JH. Hodges B. McNaughton N. Regehr G77(7):725-8
2005Using factor analysis to evaluate checklist items.Academic MedicineMcKinley DW. Boulet JR80(10):S102-S105
2006Effects of case characteristics on encounter time in a high-stakes standardized patient examinationAcademic MedicineMcKinley DW. Boulet JR. Swanson DB. et al81(1):S61-S64
1998Student assessment.Academic MedicineMennin SP. Kalishman S73(9):S46-S54
2007Cultural competence teaching in U.S. pediatric clerkships in 2006. Academic Medicine Mihalic AP. Dobbie AE. Kinkade S82(6):558-62
1990The assessment of clinical skills/competence/performanceAcademic MedicineMiller GE.65(9):S63-S67
1993Conference SummaryAcademic MedicineMiller GE.68(6):471-474
1994The Clinical Skills Assessment AllianceAcademic Medicine Miller GE. 69(4):285-7
2003Development of a reliable multimedia, computer-based measure of clinical skills in bedside neurology.Academic MedicineMillos RT. Gordon DL. Issenberg SB. et al78(10), S52-S55.
2014Training in transvaginal sonography using pelvic ultrasound simulators versus live models: a randomized controlled trial. Academic MedicineMoak JH. Larese SR. Riordan JP. Sudhir A. Yan G. 89(7):1063-8
1994The influence of the New Pathway curriculum on Harvard medical studentsAcademic MedicineMoore. G. T.. Block. S. D.. Style. C. B.. & Mitchell. R69(12), 983-9.
2002Reliability and validity of an Objective Structured Teaching Examination for generalist resident teachersAcademic MedicineMorrison EH. Boker JR. Hollingshead J. et al77(10):S29-32
2002Clinical skills center attending: an innovative senior medical school elective.Academic MedicineMoseley TH. Cantrell MJ. Deloney LA77(11)1176
1990Evaluating a seminar designed to improve psychiatry skills of family medicine residents.Academic MedicineMoss JH65(10)658
2000Sequential testing in the assessment of clinical skills.Academic MedicineMuijtjens AM. van Vollenhoven FH. van Luijk SJ. van der Vleuten CP75(4):369-373
2003An examination of the relationship between clinical skills examination performance and performance on USMLE Step 2.Academic MedicineMuller ES. Harik P. Margolis M. Clauser B. McKinley D. Boulet JR.78(10 Suppl):S27-9
1997Simulated patients in an electronic patient recordAcademic MedicineMuma RD.72(1):72-73
2014Academic Performance of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Versus Rotation-Based Clerkship Students: A Matched-Cohort Study Academic Medicine Myhre DL. Woloschuk W. Jackson W et al 89(2): 292-295
2009Predictive validity of the mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercise (mcex): do medical students' mCEX ratings correlate with future clinical exam performance?.Academic MedicineNey EM. Shea JA. Kogan JR.84(10 Suppl):S17-20
2010Perspective: Authentic patient perspectives in simulations for procedural and surgical skillsAcademic MedicineNestel D. Kneebone R.85(5):889-893
2004Using standardized patients to assess the geriatrics medicine skills of medical students, internal medicine residents, and geriatrics medicine fellows.Academic MedicineNagoshi. M. Kasuya. SWR. Sakai. D. Masaki. K. Blanchette. PL79(7):698-702
1993Examining whether certain Myers-Briggs "personality preferences" can be used as criteria to select standardized patients.Academic MedicineO'Connell CA. Thayer-Doyle C68(12):931
1996An innovative CME program in cardiology for primary care practitioners.Academic MedicineO'Brien MK. Feldman D. Alban T. Donoghue G. Sirkin J. Novack DH71(8)894
1994Use of performance-based assessment to evaluate the impact of a skill-oriented continuing education programAcademic MedicineNykuist JG. Naylor AJ Woodward-Lopez G. Dixon S.69(10):S51-S53
1996Is test security a concern when OSCE stations are repeated across clerkship rotations? [see comments].Academic MedicineNiehaus AH. DaRosa DA. Markwell SJ. Folse R71(3):287-289
2006The impact of preclinical preceptorships on learning the fundamentals of clinical medicine and physical diagnosis skills.Academic MedicineNieman LZ. Cheng L. Hormann M. Farnie MA. Molony DA and Butler P81(4):342–346
2002Palliative care module within a required geriatrics clerkship: taking advantage of existing partnerships.Academic MedicinePan CX. Soriano RP. Fischberg DJ77(9)936
1997Performance of "standardized examinees" in a standardized patient examination of clinical skills.Academic MedicinePangaro LN. Worth-Dickerstein H. Macmillan MK. Klass DJ. Shatzer JH72(11):1008-11
1997A comparison of two methods to teach smoking-cessation techniques to medical students.Academic MedicinePapadakis MA. Croughan-Minihane M. Fromm LJ. Wilkie HA. Ernster VL72(8):725-7
1993A randomized, controlled pilot study of placing third-year medical clerks in a continuity clinic.Academic MedicinePapadakis MA. Kagawa MK68(11), 845-7.
2001Physical diagnosis findings among persons applying to work as standardized patients.Academic MedicinePeitzman SJ76(4):383
2008Sharpening the eye of the OSCE with critical action analysis Academic Medicine Payne NJ. Bradley EB. Heald EB et al. 83(10):900-905
2017Validity evidence and scoring guidelines for standardized patient encounters and patient notes from a multisite study of clinical performance examinations in seven medical schools.Academic MedicinePark YS, Hyderi A, Heine N, May W, Nevins A, Lee M, Bordage G, Yudkowsky R92(11S), S12-S20.
2013Validity evidence for a patient note scoring rubric based on the new patient note format of the United States Medical Licensing Examination.Academic Medicine Park YS. Lineberry M. Hyderi A. et al88(10):1552-7
2016Differential Weighting for Subcomponent Measures of Integrated Clinical Encounter Scores Based on the USMLE Step 2 CS Examination: Effects on Composite Score Reliability and Pass-Fail Decisions. Academic medicinePark YS. Lineberry M. Hyderi A. et al. 91(11 ), S24.
2000International Medical Graduates' Performance of Techniques of Physical Examination, with a Comparison of U.S. Citizens and Non- US Citizens.Academic MedicinePeitzman SJ. McKinley D. Curtis M. Burdick W. Whelan G75(10):S115-S117
2001The impact of a curriculum renewal project on students' performances on a fourth-year clinical skills assessment.Academic MedicinePfeiffer CA. Ardolino AJ. Madray H.76(2):173-5
2012Impact of increased authenticity in instructional format on preclerkship students' performance: a two-year, prospective, randomized study.Academic MedicineLaRochelle JS. Durning SJ. Pangaro LN. et al .87(10):1341-7
1999Teaching a screening musculoskeletal examination: a randomized, controlled trial of different instructional methods.Academic MedicineLawry GV. Schuldt SS. Kreiter CD. Densen P. Albanese MA74(2):199-201
2014Using a teaching OSCE to prompt learners to engage with patients who talk about religion and/or spiritualityAcademic MedicineLedford CJ. Seehusen DA. Canzona MR. Cafferty LA.89(1):60-5
1992Assessing practicing physicians in two settings using standardized patientsAcademic MedicineKopelow ML. Schnabl GK. Hassard TH. et al67(10):S19-S21
1992Assessing practicing physicians in two settings using standardized patients.Academic MedicineKopelow ML. Schnabl GK. Hassard TH. Tamblyn RM. Klass DJ et al67(10)S19
1991Implementing the objective structured clinical examination in a traditional medical school.Academic MedicineKowlowitz V. Hoole AJ. Sloane PD66(6):345-347
2001Conveying emotional realism: a challenge to using standardized patients.Academic MedicineKrahn LE. Sutor B. Bostwick JM76(3):216-217
2009Commentary: Assessment is an educational tool.Academic Medicine Krupat E. Dienstag JL.84(5):548-50
1997Using an OSCE to assess the ability of residents to manage problems in women's health.Academic MedicineKwolek DS. Witzke DB. Blue AV. Schwartz RW. Sloan DA72(10 Suppl 1):S48-50
2002An unfolding case with a linked OSCE: a curriculum in inpatient geriatric medicine.Academic MedicineKarani R. Callahan EH. Thomas DC77(9)938
2002Incorporating simulators in a standardized patient exam.Academic MedicineKarnath B. Frye AW. Holden MD77(7)754
1990On standardized patients and clinical skills assessment [editorial].Academic MedicineKassebaum DG65(5)307
1999Shortcomings in the evaluation of students' clinical skills and behaviors in medical school.Academic MedicineKassebaum DG. Eaglen RH74(7):842-9
1998Comparing achievement on the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination Part I of students in conventional and problem-based learning curricula. [see comments.].Academic MedicineKaufman DM. Mann KV73(11):1211-3
2000A comparison of standard-setting procedures for an OSCE in undergraduate medical education.Academic MedicineKaufman DM. Mann KV. Muijtjens AM. van der Vleuten CP75(3):267-71
2002Medical students, clinical preventive services, and shared decision-making.Academic MedicineKeefe CW. Thompson ME. Noel MM77(11)1160
2002Can written communication skills be tested in an objective structured clinical examination format?Academic MedicineKeely E. Myers K. Dojeiji S77(1):82-6
2012The clinical conscientiousness index: a valid tool for exploring professionalism in the clinical undergraduate setting.Academic MedicineKelly M. O'Flynn S. McLachlan J. Sawdon MA.87(9):1218-24
2012Validity evidence for a new checklist evaluating consultations, The 5Cs ModelAcademic MedicineKessler CS. Kalapurayil PS. Yudkowsky R. Schwartz A87(10):1408-1412
2011Can students' scores on preclerkship clinical performance examinations predict that they will fail a senior clinical performance examination?Academic Medicine Klamen DL. Borgia PT.86(4):516-20
1997The effect of medical education on students' patient-satisfaction ratingsAcademic MedicineKlamen DL. Williams RG.72(1):57-61
1996Pelvic examination instruction and experience: a comparison of laywoman-trained and physician-trained students.Academic MedicineKleinman DE. Hage ML. Hoole AJ. Kowlowitz V71(11):1239-1242
2006The human face of simulation: Patient-focused simulation trainingAcademic MedicineKneebone R. Nestel D. Wetzel C. et al81(10):919-924
2010What drives faculty ratings of residents' clinical skills? The impact of faculty's own clinical skills.Academic Medicine Kogan JR. Hess BJ. Conforti LN. Holmboe ES.85(10 Suppl):S25-8
1994Using "Standardized Students" to Teach a Learner-centered Approach to Ambulatory Precepting.Academic MedicineLesky LG. Wilkerson L69(12):955-957
1999Using telemedicine and standardized patients to evaluate off-campus students' skills.Academic MedicineLentz LM. Fincher RM74(5):598-599
1999Performance of third-year primary-care-track students in an integrated curriculum at Case Western Reserve University.Academic MedicineLewin LO. Papp KK. Hodder SL. Workings MG. Wolfe L. Glover P. Headrick LA74(1):S82-S89
1996Reassessing the OSCE [letter. comment].Academic MedicineLi JT71(11):11371138
2009Assessing medical students' skills in working with interpreters during patient encounters: a validation study of the Interpreter Scale.Academic Medicine Lie D. Bereknyei S. Braddock CH 3rd. et al84(5):643-50
1996Standardized patients as a measure of change in the ability of family physicians to detect and manage alcohol abuse.Academic MedicineLockyer J. El Guebaly N. Simpson E. Gromoff B71(1):S1-S3
2011Teaching medical students about disability: the use of standardized patients. [Review]Academic Medicine Long-Bellil LM. Robey KL. Graham CL. et al86(9):1163-70
2017Enhancing Student Empathetic Engagement, History-Taking, and Communication Skills During Electronic Medical Record Use in Patient CareAcademic MedicineLoSasso AA. Lamberton CE. Sammon M. Berg KT. Caruso JW. Cass J. Hojat M.92(7), 1022-1027
2012The simulated patient's view on teaching: results from a think aloud study.Academic Medicine Lingemann K. Campbell T. Lingemann C et al87(2):179-84
1990Order Effects in Standardized Patient ExaminationsAcademic MedicineLloyd JS. Williams RG. Simonton DK. Sherman D.65(9):S51-S52
1996Who should rate candidates in an objective structured clinical examination?Academic MedicineMartin JA. Reznick RK. Rothman A. Tamblyn RM. Regehr G.71(2):170-175
1998Familiar SPs May Affect Students' Performances on SP Exams.Academic MedicineManetta A. Lewis EM. Ahearn S73(2):117118
2005Personality and clinical skills: any correlation?Academic MedicineManuel RS. Borges NJ and Gerzina HA80(10):S30-S33
1994Early Clinical Skills TrainingAcademic MedicineMarcus E. White R. Rubin RH.69(5):415
2003Analysis of the relationship between score components on a standardized patient clinical skills examination.Academic MedicineMargolis MJ. Clauser BE. Swanson DB. Boulet JR78(10 Suppl):S68-71
1998Setting examination-level standards for a performance-based assessment of physicians' clinical skills.Academic MedicineMargolis MJ. De Champlain AF. Klass DJ.73(10):S114-S116
2003Analysis of the relationship between score components on a standardized patient clinical skills examinationAcademic MedicineMargolis MJ. Swanson DB. Clauser BE. Boulet JR.78(10):S68-71
2000The path of professionalism: Cultivating humanistic values and attitudes in residency trainingAcademic MedicineMarkakis. K. M.. Beckman. H. B.. Suchman. A. L.. & Frankel. R. M75(2), 141-149
1999Using tagged items to detect threats to security in a nationally administered standardized patient examination.Academic MedicineMacmillan MK. De Champlain AF. Klass DJ74(10):S55-S57
2000Assessing post-encounter note documentation by examinees in a field test of a nationally administered standardized patient test.Academic MedicineMacmillan MK. Fletcher EA. Champlain AF. Klass DJ75(10):S112-S114
2002Talking Medicine: A Course in Medical Humanism—What Do Third-year Medical Students Think?. Academic MedicineLYPSON. M. L.. & HAUSER. J. M77(11), 1169-1170.
2004Assessing residents' competencies at baseline: identifying the gaps.Academic MedicineLypson. ML. Frohna. JG. Gruppen. LD. Woolliscroft. JO79(6):564-570
1995Comparing checklists and databases with physicians' ratings as measures of students' history and physical-examination skills.Academic MedicineMacRae HM. Vu NV. Graham B. Word-Sims M. Colliver JA. Robbs RS70(4):313-317
2006Commentary: communication skills: how simulation training supplements experiential and humanist learning.Academic MedicineMakoul G.81(3):271-4
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2014The impact of simulated medical consultations on the empathy levels of students at one medical schoolAcademic MedicineSchweller M. Costa FO. Antonio MA. Amaral EM. de Carvalho-Filho MA.89(4):632-7
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