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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 37, Number 3, March 2003

In this issue
pp. 181-181(1)

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A discourse analysis study of ‘good’ and ‘poor’ communication in an OSCE: a proposed new framework for teaching students
pp. 192-201(10)
Authors: Roberts, Celia; Wass, Val; Jones, Roger; Sarangi, Srikant; Gillett, Annie

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The effects of testing in shifts on a clinical in-course computerized exam
pp. 202-204(3)
Authors: Kreiter, C; Peterson, M W; Ferguson, K; Elliott, S

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Reliability and validity of the direct observation clinical encounter examination (DOCEE)
pp. 205-212(8)
Authors: Hamdy, Hossam; Prasad, Kameshwar; Williams, Reed; Salih, Fathi A

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What impact will the ‘conversion’ of two district general hospitals into teaching hospitals have? Views from the field
pp. 223-232(10)
Authors: Mathers, Jonathan; Parry, Jayne; Lewis, Sarah; Greenfield, Sheila

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The perceptions of attending doctors of the role of residents as teachers of undergraduate clinical students
pp. 241-247(7)
Authors: Busari, Jamiu O; Scherpbier, Albert J J A; van der Vleuten, Cees P M; Essed, Gerard G M

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Early introduction to interprofessional learning: a simulated ward environment
pp. 248-255(8)
Authors: Ker, Jean; Mole, Lesley; Bradley, Paul

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Application of a responsive evaluation approach in medical education
pp. 256-266(11)
Authors: Curran, Vernon; Christopher, Jeanette; Lemire, Francine; Collins, Alice; Barrett, Brendan

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Authors’ reply
pp. 279-280(2)

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Forthcoming papers
pp. 282-282(1)

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