Heather Harrell

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CONTEXT Shortfalls in the US physician workforce are anticipated as the population ages and medical students' interest in careers in internal medicine (IM) has declined (particularly general IM, the primary specialty serving older adults). The factors influencing current students' career choices regarding IM are unclear. OBJECTIVES To describe medical(More)
OBJECTIVE The importance of proper management of inpatient hyperglycemia is increasingly being recognized. However, the curriculum for 4th-year medical students has lagged behind current clinical recommendations. The aim of this study was to assess the baseline knowledge of medical subinterns on inpatient diabetes. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS In the(More)
BACKGROUND Competency-based medical education increasingly recognizes the importance of observation, feedback, and reflection for trainee development. Although bedside rounds provide opportunities for authentic workplace-based implementation of feedback and team-based reflection strategies, this relationship has not been well described. The authors sought(More)
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