Aug 21

How does variability arise when different groups decide upon the appropriate cut score for an examination? The authors shine light on this question by exploring the complex interaction between individual and group processes.

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Aug 21

This review provides an overview of the challenges faced during interprofessional placements and makes recommendations for facilitating collaborative practice to address increasingly complex healthcare needs.

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Aug 16

This exploratory study examines the extent to which perceived connectedness and received appreciation predicted identity as a medical (health care science) educator and openness to improve in tenure‐track and sessional faculty members.

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Aug 16

The authors demonstrate the marginalisation of primary care‐based teaching and propose a novel explanation rooted in CoP theory.

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Jun 19

The authors of this qualitative study illustrate the processes of evidence interpretation Clinical Competency Committees
(CCCs) use to grapple with and weigh assessment data.
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Jun 19

The hidden curriculum is seen to shape new medical graduates’ understanding of the expectations of them as doctors in ways that
inspire dysfunctional strategies to meet those expectations.
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May 23

Trainees' success at drawing upon the expertise of their supervisors plays a substantial role in determining the learning benefits derived from clinical encounters. This paper outlines four types of practice students use.
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May 22

While serving as both coach & assessor might seem rife with conflict, Meeuwissen et al. report that one's approach to mentoring may determine the likelihood of difficulty.
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Apr 19

Treating theory as a character in a story, Brown et al. demonstrates how theory can be written into research papers
in a way that contributes meaningfully to the research narrative.
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Apr 18

Armson et al. explore the coaching skills required to enhance resident acceptance of feedback - a combination of process and content skills that must be carefully selected depending on the needs of the particular resident.
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