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The Evaluation of Physician Assistant Students’ History‐Taking Abilities Using Actors as Standardized Patients
Purpose: The value of professional actors as standardized patients (SPs) was evaluated in an exercise that normally uses students for SPs. Methods: A history‐taking instructional curriculum wasExpand
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Moving the Attainment Agenda from Policy to Action
Change • July/August 2015 Keith Witham (keith.witham@temple.edu) is an assistant professor of higher education at Temple University. Megan Chase serves as a policy advisor to the Center for UrbanExpand
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Developing Agency for Equity-Minded Change
This chapter highlights the use of the Equity Scorecard with the Community College of Aurora. The Equity Scorecard is a theory-based strategy that assists community colleges in embedding equity intoExpand
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Women's Oral History: The Frontiers Reader
Women's Oral History: The Frontiers Reader. Edited by Susan H. Armitage with Patricia Hart and Karen Weathermon. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002. Pp. xii + 392, introduction,Expand
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Health anxiety and attentional bias towards external stimuli
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Reinventing the Melting Pot: The New Immigrants and What It Means to be American (review)
mosexuals in its definition and indeed attempts to show [the] diversity of masculinities within sexual orientations” (p. xii), I expected more contributions about queer men whose definitions ofExpand
Singing the Gospel: Lutheran Hymns and the Success of the Reformation (review)
presents the last two major period works on english witchcraft, Francis hutchinson’s An Historical Essay concerning Witchcraft (1718) and richard boulton’s The Possibility and Reality of Magick,Expand