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Competency-based medical education: theory to practice
Although competency-based medical education (CBME) has attracted renewed interest in recent years among educators and policy-makers in the health care professions, there is little agreement on manyExpand
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Reframing medical education to support professional identity formation.
Teaching medical professionalism is a fundamental component of medical education. The objective is to ensure that students understand the nature of professionalism and its obligations and internalizeExpand
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A schematic representation of the professional identity formation and socialization of medical students and residents: a guide for medical educators.
Recent calls to focus on identity formation in medicine propose that educators establish as a goal of medical education the support and guidance of students and residents as they develop theirExpand
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Medical competence: The interplay between individual ability and the health care environment
Competency-based education in the health care professions has become a prominent approach to postgraduate training in Canada, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, the United States, and many otherExpand
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Faculty development for teaching and evaluating professionalism: from programme design to curriculum change
Introduction  The recent emphasis on the teaching and evaluation of professionalism for medical students and residents has placed significant demands on medicine's educational institutions. TheExpand
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Why medical students should learn how to teach
Background: We reviewed the medical-education literature in order to explore the significance and importance of teaching medical students about education principles and teaching skills. Aims: ToExpand
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Interactive lecturing: strategies for increasing participation in large group presentations
SUMMARY Interactive lecturing involves an increased interchange between teachers, students and the lecture content.The use of interactive lectures can promote active learning, heighten attention andExpand
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Orienting Teaching Toward the Learning Process
Based on developments in educational psychology from the late 1980s, the authors present a model of an approach to teaching. Students’ learning processes were analyzed to determine teacher functions.Expand
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Multiple mini‐interviews versus traditional interviews: stakeholder acceptability comparison
Context  The McGill University Faculty of Medicine undertook a pilot, simulation‐based multiple mini‐interview (MMI) for medical school applicant selection, which ran simultaneously with traditionalExpand
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Writing for publication in medical education: The benefits of a faculty development workshop and peer writing group
Background: Although educational innovations in medical education are increasing in number, many educators do not submit their ideas for publication. Aims: The goal of this initiative was to assistExpand
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