Jul 27

In this paper, the authors highlight factors that contribute to system‐level interdependence and discuss the implications these factors have for resident assessment.

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Jul 27

Trying to measure engagement in self‐regulated learning? This paper stresses the value of prioritizing microanalysis given relationships with biomedical science learning outcomes.

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Jun 23

The authors use Social Cognitive Theory to describe professional identity formation in residency training, highlighting the relationship between autonomy, making decisions, responsibility for patients.

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Jun 23

Digital badges represent an innovative instructional strategy involving credentialing competencies to provide evidence for skill acquisition. This systematic review reveals pedagogical, research limitations, provides an evidence‐based foundation for designing, implementing digital badges. 

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Jun 03

While unexpected experiences can be memorable, Monteiro and Sibbald challenge the assumption that they should be built into simulation to enable learning.

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Jun 03

Psychological safety is an important concept for facilitating student learning, but what behaviours are likely to enable it in the workplace? Feedback videos reveal how educators might foster learner safety.

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May 13

Internationalisation is generally embraced with positivity by teaching staff in international medical programmes. This article, however, shines a light on the ethical dilemmas it poses through marketisation and homogenisation.

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May 13

Good news for those whose resources won't support a formal standardized patient program: This systematic review demonstrates that peer simulation offers a viable alternative that positively influences student communication and development of empathy.

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Apr 03

This Research Approaches article introduces focused ethnography as a qualitative strategy for exploring episodes of interaction that may allow for deeper understanding of socio‐cultural influences on medical education.

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Apr 03

While it appears that entrustable professional activities and entrustment scales can support assessment for learning in postgraduate medical education, this study shows that key dilemmas need to be managed to ensure successful implementation.

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