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What students say about learning and teaching in longitudinal ambulatory primary care clerkships: a multi-institutional study.
Enhancements of interpersonal communication and clinical skills were perceived to be the most positive learning attributes of the longitudinal ambulatory clerkships. No advantage was discerned with respect to disease-pattern recognition or generation of differential diagnoses. While significant inte...
Going "All In" to Transform the Tulsa Community's Health and Health Care Workforce.
Oklahoma's health status ranks among the lowest of the states', yet many Oklahomans oppose the best-known aspects of federal health reform legislation. To address this situation, the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine's School of Community Medicine in Tulsa adopted an "all-in," fully committ...
A framework for analysis of sentinel events in medical student education.
Although previous studies have addressed student factors contributing to dismissal or withdrawal from medical school for academic reasons, little information is available regarding institutional factors that may hinder student progress. The authors describe the development and application of a frame...
The design of a medical school social justice curriculum.
The acquisition of skills to recognize and redress adverse social determinants of disease is an important component of undergraduate medical education. In this article, the authors justify and define "social justice curriculum" and then describe the medical school social justice curriculum designed...
Can we achieve public accountability for graduate medical education outcomes?
Calls for greater public accountability for graduate medical education (GME) outcomes continue to come from a broad array of stakeholders. Creation of ways to measure accountability requires a clear understanding of the domains of GME outcomes and the creation of specific measures that are reliable...
Setting quality and safety priorities in a target-rich environment: an academic medical center's challenge.
Hospitals are continually challenged to provide safer and higher-quality patient care despite resource constraints. With an ever-increasing range of quality and safety targets at the national, state, and local levels, prioritization is crucial in effective institutional quality goal setting and reso...
Medical school mission statements as reflections of institutional identity and educational purpose: a network text analysis.
A medical school's mission statement (MS) is an expression of its vision and a reflection of the broader social environment in which it is embedded. The authors examine how the institutional identity of U.S. medical education is projected through the MSs of all U.S. MD-granting medical schools. In a...
Redesigning the MCAT exam: balancing multiple perspectives.
The authors of this commentary discuss the recently completed review of the current Medical College Admission Test (MCAT), which has been used since 1991, and describe the blueprint for the new test that will be introduced in 2015. The design of the MCAT exam reflects changes in medical education, m...
Balancing personalized medicine and personalized care.
The current description of personalized medicine by the National Institutes of Health is "the science of individualized prevention and therapy." Although physicians are beginning to see the promise of genetic medicine coming to fruition, the rapid pace of sequencing technology, informatics, and comp...
Remediation of residents in difficulty: a retrospective 10-year review of the experience of a postgraduate board of examiners.
To determine, through a 10-year review, (1) the prevalence of residents in difficulty, (2) characteristics of these residents, (3) areas of residents' weakness, and (4) outcomes of residents who undergo remediation. A retrospective review of resident records for the University of Toronto Faculty of...