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Authors: KAUFMAN DM DAY V MENSINK D
Citation: Dm. Kaufman et al., STRESSORS IN 1ST-YEAR MEDICAL-SCHOOL - COMPARISON OF A CONVENTIONAL AND PROBLEM-BASED CURRICULUM, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(4), 1996, pp. 188-194

Authors: SELF DJ OLIVAREZ M
Citation: Dj. Self et M. Olivarez, RETENTION OF MORAL REASONING SKILLS OVER THE 4 YEARS OF MEDICAL-EDUCATION, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(4), 1996, pp. 195-199

Authors: RAMSBOTTOMLUCIER MT MARTIN DP CARLINE JD SHANNON NF RAMSEY PG
Citation: Mt. Ramsbottomlucier et al., INFLUENCE OF AN OFFICE-BASED INTERNAL-MEDICINE CLERKSHIP ON SELECTIONOF PRIMARY-CARE TRAINING-PROGRAMS - A 5-YEAR EXPERIENCE, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(4), 1996, pp. 200-207

Authors: NORMAN GR SWANSON DB CASE SM
Citation: Gr. Norman et al., CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN STUDIES COMPARING ASSESSMENT FORMATS, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(4), 1996, pp. 208-216

Authors: ROBINS LS ALEXANDER GL OH MS DAVIS WK FANTONE JC
Citation: Ls. Robins et al., EFFECT OF CURRICULAR CHANGE ON STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF THE LEARNING-ENVIRONMENT, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(4), 1996, pp. 217-222

Authors: LOCKYER J SIMPSON E TOEWS J BECKER WJ
Citation: J. Lockyer et al., USE OF FOCUS GROUPS FROM DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES TO IDENTIFY CLINICAL MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATIONAL ISSUES, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(4), 1996, pp. 223-226

Authors: GRANT JP
Citation: Jp. Grant, MEDICAL-EDUCATION - FINISHING THE UNFINISHED BUSINESS OF THE 20TH-CENTURY (REPRINTED), Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 132-136

Authors: VANEK EP SNYDER CW HULL AL HEKELMAN FP
Citation: Ep. Vanek et al., THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEACHERS CONFIDENCE AND USE OF CLINICAL TEACHING SKILLS IN AMBULATORY CARE SETTINGS, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 137-141

Authors: ELNICKI DM KEYSERLING TC DEVALLIS RF HANNIS MD CYKERT S FLANNERY MT MORRIS DK
Citation: Dm. Elnicki et al., ISSUES AFFECTING RESIDENTS ATTITUDES ABOUT TELEPHONE MEDICINE FOR AMBULATORY PATIENTS, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 142-147

Authors: WANG YD STILLMAN P STUNICK AI BENDAVID MF WILLIAMS RG
Citation: Yd. Wang et al., THE EFFECT OF FATIGUE ON THE ACCURACY OF STANDARDIZED PATIENTS CHECKLIST RECORDING, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 148-151

Authors: LUNZ ME DEVILLE CW
Citation: Me. Lunz et Cw. Deville, VALIDITY OF ITEM SELECTION - A COMPARISON OF AUTOMATED COMPUTERIZED ADAPTIVE AND MANUAL PAPER AND PENCIL EXAMINATIONS, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 152-157

Authors: SCHWIEBERT P CACY D DAVIS A CRANDALL S
Citation: P. Schwiebert et al., USING NARRATIVE STUDENT FEEDBACK TO EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF A FAMILY MEDICINE CLERKSHIP, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 158-163

Authors: FRASIER PY SLATT L
Citation: Py. Frasier et L. Slatt, USING NARRATIVE STUDENT FEEDBACK TO EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF A FAMILY MEDICINE CLERKSHIP - COMMENTARY, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 164-165

Authors: NYQUIST JG ABRAHAMSON S GATES JD RADECKI SE
Citation: Jg. Nyquist et al., SELF-REPORT VERSUS OBSERVATION OF CONTINUING-EDUCATION ACTIVITIES - CANCER CASE CONFERENCES, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 166-169

Authors: SPICKARD A WENGER M CORBETT EC
Citation: A. Spickard et al., 3 ESSENTIAL FEATURES OF A WORKSHOP TO IMPROVE RESIDENT TEACHING SKILLS, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 170-173

Authors: SEAL K MUTHA S
Citation: K. Seal et S. Mutha, ENHANCING FACULTY MENTORING OF MEDICAL-STUDENTS, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 174-178

Authors: PRAVETZ MA
Citation: Ma. Pravetz, NETTERS INTERACTIVE ATLAS OF HUMAN ANATOMY, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 180-181

Authors: MYERS JH
Citation: Jh. Myers, SOFTWARE REVIEW, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(3), 1996, pp. 180-180

Authors: WANKAH C
Citation: C. Wankah, RESTORING RELEVANCE IN MEDICAL-EDUCATION IN CAMEROON, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(2), 1996, pp. 64-68

Authors: KORITNIK DR RAGATZ BH FICKLIN FL DEAL DW
Citation: Dr. Koritnik et al., NURTURING CRITICAL-THINKING SKILLS WITH CLINICAL-APPLICATIONS IN A MEDICAL PHARMACOLOGY COURSE, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(2), 1996, pp. 69-76

Authors: ROLFE IE PEARSON SA BARNSLEY L
Citation: Ie. Rolfe et al., ATTITUDES OF DOCTORS TOWARD COMMUNITY-MEDICINE - DIFFERENCES BETWEEN GRADUATES FROM INNOVATIVE AND TRADITIONAL MEDICAL-SCHOOLS, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(2), 1996, pp. 77-82

Authors: MCGREGOR M QUAM KF
Citation: M. Mcgregor et Kf. Quam, STUDENT CHOICE, PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING, AND ACADEMIC ACUMEN, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(2), 1996, pp. 83-89

Authors: DUNN TG TAYLOR CA LIPSKY MS
Citation: Tg. Dunn et al., AN INVESTIGATION OF PHYSICIAN KNOWLEDGE-IN-ACTION, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(2), 1996, pp. 90-97

Authors: REZNICH CB ANDERSON WA
Citation: Cb. Reznich et Wa. Anderson, TRAINING IN BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS FOR ACADEMIC PHYSICIANS - THE CERTIFICATE OF ADDED QUALIFICATION APPROACH, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(2), 1996, pp. 98-101

Authors: RITENBAUGH CK THOMSON CA TAREN D BASSFORD T BYERS JM CANFIELD LM KOFF NA GALL EP
Citation: Ck. Ritenbaugh et al., NUTRITION CURRICULUM IN MEDICAL-EDUCATION - AN INTEGRATED AND COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH, Teaching and learning in medicine, 8(2), 1996, pp. 102-110
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