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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 36, Number 10, October 2002

In this issue
pp. 895-895(1)

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A history of curriculum reform: the Sherbrooke story
pp. 896-896(1)
Author: Bligh, John

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Models of portfolios
pp. 897-898(2)
Authors: Webb, Christine; Endacott, Ruth; Gray, Morag; Jasper, Melanie; Miller, Carolyn; McMullan, Mirjam; Scholes, Julia

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Portfolio-based assessments in medical education: are they valid and reliable for summative purposes?
pp. 899-900(2)
Authors: Roberts, Chris; Newble, David I; O'Rourke, Alan J

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Selecting performance assessment methods for experienced physicians
pp. 910-917(8)
Authors: Hays, R B; Davies, H A; Beard, J D; Caldon, L J M; Farmer, E A; Finucane, P M; McCrorie, P; Newble, D I; Schuwirth, L W T; Sibbald, G R

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The use of portfolios for assessment of the competence and performance of doctors in practice
pp. 918-924(7)
Authors: Wilkinson, T J; Challis, M; Hobma, S O; Newble, D I; Parboosingh, J T; Sibbald, R G; Wakeford, R

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When enough is enough: a conceptual basis for fair and defensible practice performance assessment
pp. 925-930(6)
Authors: Schuwirth, L W T; Southgate, L; Page, G G; Paget, N S; Lescop, J M J; Lew, S R; Wade, W B; BarĂ³n-Maldonado, M

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Conceptual challenges in tailoring physician performance assessment to individual practice
pp. 931-935(5)
Authors: Melnick, D E; Asch, D A; Blackmore, D E; Klass, D J; Norcini, J J

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Procedures for establishing defensible programmes for assessing practice performance
pp. 936-941(6)
Authors: Lew, Stephen R; Page, Gordon G; Schuwirth, Lambert W T; Baron-Maldonado, Margarita; Lescop, Joelle M J; Paget, Neil S; J Southgate, Lesley; Wade, Winifred B

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Assessing the performance of doctors in teams and systems
pp. 942-948(7)
Authors: Farmer, Elizabeth A; Beard, Jonathan D; Dauphinee, W Dale; LaDuca, Tony; Mann, Karen V

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Linking assessment to learning: a new route to quality assurance in medical practice
pp. 949-958(10)
Authors: Handfield-Jones, R S; Mann, K V; Challis, M E; Hobma, S O; Klass, D J; McManus, I C; Paget, N S; Parboosingh, I J; Wade, W B; Wilkinson, T J

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Towards an acceptance of performance assessment
pp. 959-964(6)
Authors: Finucane, P M; Barron, S R; Davies, H A; Hadfield-Jones, R S; Kaigas, T M

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Is insight important? Measuring capacity to change performance
pp. 965-971(7)
Authors: Hays, R B; Jolly, B C; Caldon, L J M; McCrorie, P; McAvoy, P A; McManus, I C; Rethans, J-J

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Generalisability: a key to unlock professional assessment
pp. 972-978(7)
Authors: Crossley, Jim; Davies, Helena; Humphris, Gerry; Jolly, Brian

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A comparison of practice outcomes of graduates from traditional and non-traditional medical schools in Australia
pp. 985-991(7)
Authors: Pearson, Sallie-Anne; Rolfe, Isobel; Ringland, Clare; Kay-Lambkin, Frances

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The development and evaluation of an integrated community-based, patient-centred learning activity at the University of Hong Kong
pp. 992-995(4)
Authors: Leung, Gabriel M; Fielding, Richard; Chan, Moon-Fai; Lee, Angel; Cheng, Yeung-Hung; Yu, Clara; Lam, Tai-Hing

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Michael Wilkes
pp. 996-997(2)

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Michael Wilkes
pp. 996-997(2)

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