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Developing the journal
Reflecting on levels of confidence and competence in skills acquisition
On theory in medical education
American medical students in Israel: stress and coping – a follow-up study
Abramovitch, H.; Schreier, A.; Koren, N.
Becoming professional: when and how does it start? A comparative study of first-year medical and law students in the UK
Cavenagh, P.; Dewberry, C.; Jones, P.
Clarifying the concepts of confidence and competence to produce appropriate self-evaluation measurement scales
Stewart, J.; O’Halloran, C.; Barton, J.R.; Singleton, S.J.; Harrigan, P.; Spencer, J.
Academic careers in general practice and primary care
Hilton, S.; Carter, Y.H.
The diffusion of the health agenda and the fundamental need for partnership in medical education
Putting teamwork in context
Boaden, N.; Leaviss, J.
The effect of the general practice registrar year on perceived skills in palliative care in the West Midlands
Charlton, R.; Field, S.; Faull, C.; Campbell, I.; Harper, C.; Harper, L.
Learning in Primary Care – a report
The Objective Structured Video Exam for assessment of communication skills
Humphris, G.M.; Kaney, S.
Call for papers – Really Good Stuff 2001 Really Good Stuff: new ideas in medical education
Reports of new ideas in medical education Annual, peer-reviewed collection of reports on innovative approaches to medical education
Letters to the Editor