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This interdisciplinary course improved participants’ capacity to make accurate observations of art and physical findings.
House staff RIME ratings of students are associated with student performance on written and clinical skills examinations.
A professional development curriculum, consisting of panels, small groups, and critical incident reports, can promote reflection among third-year medical students.
Reflection is considered important to professional development. Our analysis suggests that students at 3 institutions reflect on similar experiences. Theme variability across institutions implies curricula should be tailored to local culture. Reflective quality analysis suggests students are...
The Medication Reconciliation Simulation is the first to specifically target medication reconciliation as a curriculum topic for medical students. Students praised the entertaining simulation and felt it provided a very meaningful experience on the patient safety topic. This simulation is...
ACT increased residents’ knowledge and self-assessment of their own competency and raised faculty’s assessment of the importance of residents’ learning SBP/PBLI. Faculty content expertise is not required for residents to learn SBP/PBLI.
Although there was some overlap in interns’ and residents’ perceptions of attending rounds, interns identified interpersonal factors as the most important factors; whereas residents viewed structural factors as most important. These findings should assist attending physicians improve the way...
Categorical internal medicine (IM) residency training has historically effectively prepared graduates to manage the medical needs of acutely ill adults. The development of the field of hospital medicine, however, has resulted in hospitalists filling clinical niches that have been traditionally...
An ambulatory long block can be associated with improvements in resident and patient satisfaction, quality measures, and no-show rates. Future research should be done to determine effects of the long block on education and patient care in the long term, and elucidate which aspects of the long...
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