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Perspectives on Medical Education

Uitgave 2/2019

Inhoudsopgave (11 Artikelen)

Open Access Original article

Eye-tracking for assessing medical image interpretation: A pilot feasibility study comparing novice vs expert cardiologists

Tad T. Brunyé, Brahmajee K. Nallamothu, Joann G. Elmore

Open Access Original Article

Factors associated with scientific misconduct and questionable research practices in health professions education

Lauren Maggio, Ting Dong, Erik Driessen, Anthony Artino Jr.

Open Access Original Article

Identifying the narrative used by educators in articulating judgement of performance

Nyoli Valentine, Lambert Schuwirth

Open Access A Qualitative Space

How phenomenology can help us learn from the experiences of others

Brian E. Neubauer, Catherine T. Witkop, Lara Varpio

Open Access The Writer’s Craft

From semi-conscious to strategic paragraphing

Lorelei Lingard

Open Access Eye-Opener

Every doctor needs a wife: An old adage worth reexamining

Abigail Ford Winkel

Open Access Failures/Surprises

Emergency medicine residency fact board: Why our attempt to encourage on-shift learning failed

Kimberly Sokol, Alisa Wray, Megan Boysen-Osborn, Warren Wiechmann, Kathryn Bennett, Shannon Toohey

Open Access Show and Tell

Parent-provider paediatric literacy communication: A curriculum for future primary care providers

Tiffany Kindratt, Brittany Bernard, Jade Webb, Patti Pagels

Open Access Show and Tell

Using mobile virtual reality to enhance medical comprehension and satisfaction in patients and their families

Adam Palanica, Michael J. Docktor, Andrew Lee, Yan Fossat