Jun 23

By analysing 50,120 medical student evaluations over 15 years, the authors found that the number of failing evaluations is decreasing over time. Senior faculty were more likely to document poor student performance than assistant professors.

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Jun 23

Cantillon et al. explore how clinical teaching and learning are uniquely shaped by the specialty-specific cultures of postgraduate training.

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May 30

This paper offers examination of how residency applicants assess fit to the programs at which they interview during the virtual recruitment era, showing that female and minority applicants perceive poorer fit.

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May 30

The authors explored how group alliance, or specialty identity, primes conversations between physicians in moments of conflict, emphasizing the importance of uniting as one team to care for the patient.

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May 11

In this systematic review, the authors present 5 concepts as a framework for understanding the shared and unique experiences of IMGs worldwide that could, thereby, be used to guide needs assessment and policy.

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May 11

Quyam and Abumehdi's examination of trainee experiences during the pandemic leads them to suggest incorporating states of impairment into education to maximise opportunities for growth rather than simply trying to 'treat' impairment away.

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May 09

China's growth in simulation centres is analyzed to reveal three implementation strategies common to high-performance centers: facility management platforms, teaching and training centers, and innovation centers.

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May 09

By reviewing training strategies, the authors offer practical explanations for what does and doesn't work to support person-centredness, arguing it is critical for us to explain why person-centredness matters.

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Apr 11

This study illuminates the dynamic process of student engagement in small-group active learning settings and explains the difficulty teachers have recognizing and influencing engagement in practice.

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Apr 11

Van Duin et al. demonstrate that junior doctors learn interprofessional collaboration implicitly, leading to practical implications to help junior doctors become effective team members.

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