Oct 29

Job control and supervisor support are identified through this research as resources associated with residents “speaking up” and making suggestions for change, but the importance of each may depend on the setting in which residents work.

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Oct 29

How can medical schools influence regional inequities in access to medicine? This paper describes how expansion policy impacts upon the distribution of the medical workforce and the capacity to attract doctors to underserved areas.

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Sep 27

The purpose of this study was to explore how expert assessors process and construe or bring meaning to narrative data when interpreting narrative assessment comments written by others in the setting of standardised performance assessment.

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Sep 27

Health care students face many situations during their education that might be emotionally challenging. The purpose of the study was to explore medical students’ main concerns relating to emotionally challenging situations during their medical education.

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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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