ISSN 0308-0110 (Print); ISSN 1365-2923 (Online)
In this issue
Assessment of undergraduate medical education in the UK: time to ditch motherhood and apple pie
Fowell, S.; Bligh, J.
Ethics approval for research in medical education
Morrison, J.; Prideaux, D.
Setting standards for an objective structured clinical examination: the borderline group method gains ground on Angoff
Smee, S.M.; Blackmore, D.E.
Attitude is everything
Videoconferencing can be used to assess neonatal resuscitation skills
Cronin, C.; Cheang, S.; Hlynka, D.; Adair, E.; Roberts, S.
Gender and achievement in clinical medical students: a path analysis
de Saintonge, D.M.C.; Dunn, D.M.
Adaptive and maladaptive perfectionism in medical students: a longitudinal investigation
Enns, M.W.; Cox, B.J.; Sareen, J.; Freeman, P.
Standard setting in an objective structured clinical examination: use of global ratings of borderline performance to determine the passing score
Wilkinson, T.J.; Newble, D.I.; Frampton, C.M.
Influence of curriculum type on student performance in the United States Medical Licensing Examination Step 1 and Step 2 exams: problem-based learning vs. lecture-based curriculum
Enarson, C.; Cariaga-Lo, L.
Academic and non-academic predictors of success on the Nottingham undergraduate medical course 1970–1995
James, D.; Chilvers, C.
Call for papers – Really Good Stuff 2002 Really Good Stuff: new ideas in medical education
Really Good Stuff Reports of new ideas in medical education Annual, peer-reviewed collection of reports on innovative approaches to medical education
International review panel
Reports of new ideas in medical education
Keeping it simple – audio taping in consultation performance assessment
Macdougall, C.; O'Halloran, C.