Jul 09

In this study Rashid et al. creatively examine tweets to better understand the guidance commonly presented to new physicians.

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Jul 09

In this study the authors explore reasons why increases in the number of female medical practitioners are not keeping up with increases in the number of female students.

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Jun 11

In this study The authors identify learners’ agency, programme structure and teachers as powerful factors influencing the learning potential of programmatic assessment.

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Jun 11

This study uses simulated patients to identify recommended medical communication attributes: listening and empathy, encouraging information flow, and striving for a continual human connection

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May 15

This study demonstrates that deliberate reflection on to-be-solved clinical cases may be a useful tool to help increase medical students' motivation for learning.

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May 15

Roebotham et al demonstrate a nuanced role of emotion in storytelling that extends beyond cathartic release, contributing to ongoing and unexpected vulnerability for patient.

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Mar 29

The authors describe physicians’ strategies for tracking transitioned patients and illuminate tensions related to list functionality, workplace rules, and finding time for learning about patients’ outcomes.

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Mar 29

Broad and colleagues study the prevalence of various types of harassment and discrimination and provide data to help understand reporting behaviours.

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Feb 28

This study indicates that student learning and performance are sensitive to changes in characteristics of the assessment policy, such as higher stakes and higher performance standards.

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Feb 28

The findings of this literature review suggest learning support interventions are generally not grounded on empirical assessment of challenges undergraduate medical students face.

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