ISSN 0308-0110 (Print); ISSN 1365-2923 (Online)
In this issue
Interprofessional education – still more questions than answers?
Storytelling should be targeted where it is known to have greatest added value
Holding on to the philosophy and keeping the faith
Community learning: the good, the bad and the way to be beautiful
Random comparison of ‘virtual patient’ models in the context of teaching clinical communication skills
Bearman, M.; Cesnik, B.; Liddell, M.
Randomized, controlled trial of prescribing training in a South African province
Meyer, J.C.; Summers, R.S.; Möller, H.
The use of an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) for formative and summative assessment in a general practice clinical attachment and its relationship to final medical school examination performance
Townsend, A.H.; Mcllvenny, S.; Miller, C.J.; Dunn, E.V.
A randomized, controlled, single-blind trial of teaching provided by a computer-based multimedia package versus lecture
Williams, C.; Aubin, S.; Harkin, P.; Cottrell, D.
Medical error: a discussion of the medical construction of error and suggestions for reforms of medical education to decrease error
Lester, H.; Tritter, J.Q.
Stories as case knowledge: case knowledge as stories
Interdisciplinary education and teamwork: a long and winding road
Hall, P.; Weaver, L.
Multiprofessional learning: the attitudes of medical, nursing and pharmacy students to shared learning
Horsburgh, M.; Lamdin, R.; Williamson, E.
Solving problems with group work in problem-based learning: hold on to the philosophy
Dolmans, D.H.J.M.; Wolfhagen, I.H.A.P.; van der Vleuten, C.P.M.; Wijnen, W.H.F.W.
A Canadian faculty of medicine and dentistry’s survey of career development needs
Miedzinski, L.J.; Davis, P.; Al-Shurafa, H.; Morrison, J.C.
Early patient contact in primary care: a new challenge
Haffling, A-C.; Håkansson, A.; Hagander, B.
Surgical skills training: simulation and multimedia combined
Kneebone, R.; ApSimon, D.