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Academic competencies for medical faculty.
INTRODUCTION Physicians and basic scientists join medical school faculties after years of education. These individuals are then required to function in roles for which they have had littleExpand
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Applying Team-Based Learning in Primary Care Residency Programs to Increase Patient Alcohol Screenings and Brief Interventions
Purpose Educational research demonstrates little evidence of long-term retention from traditional lectures in residency programs. Team-based learning (TBL), an alternative, active learning technique,Expand
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Lessons learned from implementing multidisciplinary health professions educational models in community settings
This article addresses sustainability elements for multidisciplinary health professions education in communities. The results are based on a 5 year program involving multiple health professionsExpand
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Personality types of family practice residents as measured by the Myers-Briggs type indicator.
This study was initiated to test the hypothesis that individuals currently choosing family practice as a career are likely to have different personality types than those who previously pursuedExpand
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Outcome of pregnancies experienced during residency.
To investigate potential adverse effects of residency training on pregnancy outcome, a cohort study was conducted among 45 university-affiliated residency programs. Outcomes of the first pregnancyExpand
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“No Fear” Curricular Change: Monitoring Curricular Change in the W. K. Kellogg Foundation's National Initiative on Community Partnerships and Health Professions Education
Purpose To assess the effect of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation's five-year (9/91 to 9/96) primary care curricular change initiative involving seven sites and 27 schools with respect to courses offered,Expand
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Questions asked by family physicians who want to serve as medical student preceptors.
This article addresses the needs of family physician preceptors who teach medical students in their community-based practices. Responses are provided to 20 typical questions that a family physicianExpand
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Multidisciplinary education outcomes of the W.K. Kellogg Community Partnerships and Health Professions Education initiative.
This evaluation highlights several points to be considered by others instituting multidisciplinary approaches to health professions education. Community-based, multidisciplinary experiences appear toExpand
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Implications of pregnancy for residents and their training programs.
This study investigated the implications of pregnancy on residents and their training programs and how programs have planned for pregnancy disruptions compared to other employers. We receivedExpand
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Facilitating academic institutional change: redefining scholarship.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Academic institutions are typically resistant to change. Redefining scholarship is an important issue for academic health care institutions. This study examines the changeExpand
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