Educational programs in US medical schools, 2002-2003.

  title={Educational programs in US medical schools, 2002-2003.},
  author={Barbara M. Barzansky and Sylvia I. Etzel},
  volume={290 9},
CONTEXT To better provide medical students with the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values they will need as physicians, US medical schools continue to make ongoing changes to their staffing and curricula. OBJECTIVE To review the status of US medical education in the 2002-2003 academic year, compared with 1997-1998. DATA SOURCES The Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) Annual Medical School Questionnaire, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Databook, and the AAMC… 

Educational programs in US medical schools, 2003-2004.

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A National Survey of Undergraduate Clinical Education in Internal Medicine

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Teaching evidence-based medicine in Mexico: a systematic review of medical doctor curriculums at a national level

A comprehensive curricular review is necessary across programmes to incorporate EBM as a first step to improve medical education and, consequently, public health.

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Evidence for increasing diversity in graduate medical education: the competence of underrepresented minority residents measured by an intern objective structured clinical examination.

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Educational programs in US medical schools, 2001-2002.

We used data mainly from the 2001-2002 Liaison Committee on Medical Education Annual Medical School Questionnaire, which had a 100% response rate, to describe the status of US medical education

Educational programs in US medical schools, 1997-1998.

To describe the current status of medical education programs in the United States, we used data from the 1997-1998 Liaison Committee on Medical Education Annual Medical School Questionnaire, which

Educational programs in US medical schools.

A look at medical education as a whole in the historical context reveals many positive changes, including an increase in student diversity over time, the introduction of alternative instructional formats, and attempts to evaluate student clinical competence more reliably; within the context of environmental expectations, however, many challenges still remain.

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There is tremendous heterogeneity and diversity in content, format, and requirements among courses in complementary and alternative medicine at US medical schools.

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    Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
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Family violence: an overview

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