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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 38, Number 5, May 2004

In this issue
pp. 459-459(1)

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Well-being in an academic environment
pp. 465-478(14)
Author: Stecker, Tracy

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Does medical school cause health anxiety and worry in medical students?
pp. 479-481(3)
Authors: Singh, Gurminder; Hankins, Matthew; Weinman, John A

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First year medical student stress and coping in a problem-based learning medical curriculum
pp. 482-491(10)
Authors: Moffat, Katrina J; McConnachie, Alex; Ross, Sue; Morrison, Jillian M

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First year medical students' perceptions of stress and support: a comparison between reformed and traditional track curricula
pp. 504-509(6)
Authors: Kiessling, Claudia; Schubert, Benjamin; Scheffner, Dieter; Burger, Walter

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Defining generic objectives for community-based education in undergraduate medical programmes
pp. 510-521(12)
Authors: Kristina, T N; Majoor, G D; van der Vleuten, C P M

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Attitude change during medical school: a cohort study
pp. 522-534(13)
Authors: Woloschuk, Wayne; Harasym, Peter H; Temple, Walley

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New ideas in medical education
pp. 545-545(1)
Author: Brownell Anderson, M.

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Contents
pp. 546-546(1)

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Editorial
pp. 547-547(1)
Author: Brownell Anderson, M

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Using the Delphi process to identify the curriculum
pp. 548-548(1)
Authors: McLeod, P; Steinert, Y; Meterissian, S; Child, S

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An MD-PhD re-entry curriculum
pp. 548-549(2)
Authors: Dyrbye, Liselotte N; Rohren, Charles; Tiegs, Robert

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Using pocket cards to help students learn physical examination techniques
pp. 549-550(2)
Authors: Torre, D M; Jevtic, Jasna; Sebastian, J L; Simpson, D E

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Using the divergent case method
pp. 550-551(2)
Authors: Cockburn, Lynn; Polatajko, Helene

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Clinical anatomy in the clerkship phase of a problem-based medical curriculum
pp. 551-551(1)
Authors: Abu-Hijleh, Marwan F; Chakravarty, Manoj; Hamdy, Hossam

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A simulated airway management curriculum
pp. 552-552(1)
Authors: Ashton, Rendell; Kennedy, Cassie; Kirkland, Lisa

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Training for nurse-led bronchoscopy
pp. 552-553(2)
Authors: O'Donnell, Paul N S; Barber, Philip V; Martin, Julie M

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Innovative community-based teaching
pp. 553-554(2)
Authors: Chan, Sook-Ching; Lee, Tong-Weng; Mathers, Nigel J

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Research as a learning opportunity: teaching as a research opportunity
pp. 554-554(1)
Authors: Adams, Jean; Heywood, Peter; White, Martin

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Lecture theatre and street theatre?
pp. 554-555(2)
Authors: Heywood, Peter; Reilly, Mark

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Assessment of communication in surgical trainees
pp. 555-556(2)
Authors: Ratnasothy, Joel; Kidd, Jane; Kneebone, Roger

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Learning how to use interpreters
pp. 556-557(2)
Authors: Wiese, H Jean C; Torbeck, Laura; Matheny, Samuel C

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Using interpreters to teach
pp. 557-557(1)
Authors: Kennedy, Cassie C; Rho, Jennifer P

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Rehearsing the art of clinical practice
pp. 557-558(2)
Authors: Gough, Jenny; Roseby, Rob; Marks, Michael

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Teaching communication skills
pp. 558-559(2)
Authors: Rider, Elizabeth A; Lown, Beth A; Hinrichs, Margaret M

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Building leadership skills in paediatric residents
pp. 559-560(2)
Authors: Lee, Meta T; Tse, Alice M; Naguwa, Gwen S

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A transition programme for junior doctors
pp. 560-560(1)
Authors: Rosengarten, Phil; Kelly, Leissa; Nestel, Debra

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Peer observation of clinical teaching
pp. 560-561(2)
Authors: Fry, Heather; Morris, Clare

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Maximising training opportunities
pp. 561-562(2)
Author: Anderson, Fiona

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Helping medical students identify their emotional intelligence
pp. 563-563(1)
Authors: Lewis, Natalie; Rees, Charlotte; Hudson, Nicky

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‘Experiencing the evidence’ in behavioural sciences increases self-efficacy
pp. 563-564(2)
Authors: Johnston, Marie; O'Carroll, Ronan; Hart, Jo; McGee, Hannah M

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Action learning in the paediatric neurology clinic
pp. 564-565(2)
Author: Balslev, Thomas

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Addressing ethical issues during assessment of internship
pp. 565-566(2)
Authors: Centeno, Angel M; Campos, Soledad; Primogerio, Cecilia

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Promoting professional behaviours
pp. 566-566(1)
Authors: Jones, Ken; Nestel, Debra

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Study habits audit
pp. 566-567(2)
Authors: Whittle, Sue R; Murdoch-Eaton, Deborah G

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Feedback on assessment of risk and risk reduction
pp. 567-568(2)
Authors: Rastegar, Darius A; Wright, Scott M

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A systems-based practice curriculum
pp. 568-569(2)
Authors: Amin, Alpesh N; Rucker, Lloyd

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Assessment tools for evaluating critical appraisal skills
pp. 569-569(1)
Authors: Thomas, Kris G; Thomas, Matthew R; Dupras, Denise M

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An e-portfolio in health professional education
pp. 569-570(2)
Authors: Lawson, M; Nestel, D; Jolly, B

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A course for anaesthesiology residents using simulation
pp. 571-572(2)
Author: Loyd, Gary E

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Teaching geriatric medicine through videoconferencing
pp. 572-572(1)
Authors: Coleman, Mary Thoesen; O'Brien, James; Wright, Brent

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‘PocketSnips’: microvideos on medical procedures
pp. 572-573(2)
Authors: Topps, David; Crutcher, Rod; Lockyer, Jocelyn

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Multimedia computer-based measures of basic science and clinical skills
pp. 573-574(2)
Authors: Issenberg, S Barry; Scalese, Ross J

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Interactive learning with voting technology
pp. 574-575(2)
Authors: Brezis, Mayer; Cohen, Robert

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Utilisation of an audience response system
pp. 575-575(1)
Authors: Homme, Jason; Asay, Garth; Morgenstern, Bruce

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Impact of an audience response system
pp. 576-576(1)
Authors: Eggert, Christoph H; West, Colin P; Thomas, Kris G

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Erratum
pp. 577-577(1)

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