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Association between funding and quality of published medical education research.
CONTEXT Methodological shortcomings in medical education research are often attributed to insufficient funding, yet an association between funding and study quality has not been established. Expand
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Comprehensive discharge planning with postdischarge support for older patients with congestive heart failure: a meta-analysis.
CONTEXT Comprehensive discharge planning plus postdischarge support may reduce readmission rates for older patients with congestive heart failure (CHF). OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effect ofExpand
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Acquired Methemoglobinemia: A Retrospective Series of 138 Cases at 2 Teaching Hospitals
Abstract: Methemoglobin is a form of hemoglobin that does not bind oxygen. When its concentration is elevated in red blood cells, functional anemia and tissue hypoxia may occur. We performed aExpand
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A Quality Improvement Intervention to Facilitate the Transition of Older Adults from Three Hospitals Back to Their Homes
OBJECTIVES: To study the feasibility and effectiveness of a discharge planning intervention.
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Predictive Validity Evidence for Medical Education Research Study Quality Instrument Scores: Quality of Submissions to JGIM’s Medical Education Special Issue
BackgroundDeficiencies in medical education research quality are widely acknowledged. Content, internal structure, and criterion validity evidence support the use of the Medical Education ResearchExpand
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A Systematic Review of Resident Research Curricula
Purpose To review in a systematic manner the published curricula for training house officers in research. Method Articles were identified by searching the Medline, Educational Resources InformationExpand
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Resident research and scholarly activity in internal medicine residency training programs
OBJECTIVES: 1) To describe how internal medicine residency programs fulfill the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) scholarly activity training requirement including theExpand
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Challenges in Systematic Reviews of Educational Intervention Studies
In recent years, educators have increasingly emphasized the need to apply evidence-based approaches to medical training (1, 2). To do so, medical educators must have access to the best availableExpand
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Formative Experiences of Emerging Physicians: Gauging the Impact of Events That Occur During Medical School
Purpose Emotional development, an important component of nascent professional competence, is likely to be shaped by specific formative experiences. This study sought to identify and gauge the impactExpand
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Attributes of Excellent Attending-Physician Role Models
Background Although effective role models are important in medical education, little is known about the characteristics of physicians who serve as excellent clinical role models. We thereforeExpand
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