Oct 14

Lee et al. suggest a systematic conceptualization of the medical pause, focusing on its importance, processes, and implementation in training programs.

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Oct 14

Overlap between personal and professional relationships are a rural norm to which students are exposed during rural placements. The authors share strategies used by physiotherapists to navigate conflicting ethical principles in such relationships.

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Oct 01

Fessehaie et al. reveal that drivers of student emigration differ across institutions, suggesting that efforts to retain physicians must be tailored to country and institution-specific contexts.

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Oct 01

In this study, the authors explore how physician-educator identity developed in one community of practice (a graduate program in medical education) expands to interactions with other communities to form a landscape of practice.

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Sep 28

The authors present a model for the remediation of practising doctors based on an extensive realist review of the literature.

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Sep 28

In this three-year, multi-method, study the authors uncover six key challenges (along with plausible solutions) that competence committees grapple with as they move from concept to implementation.

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Sep 01

Effectively utilising judgement in assessment requires understanding what is deemed ‘fair’. Here the authors demonstrate the multifaceted nature of this construct along with its complexity and contextual nature.

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Sep 01

This scoping review outlines the motivations underlying why Entrustable Professional Activities are rapidly gaining popularity and acceptance in entry-level medicine, nursing, pharmacy and allied health.

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Aug 16

The authors explore what is known about identity development within Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships, suggesting they manifest their benefits and influence identity through continuity, relationships and responsibility.

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Aug 16

Broks et al show that increased Year-1 performance standards improve Year-1 completion rates, but not Bachelor completion rates. An intersectional approach, however, reveals differential effects for subgroups of students.

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