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Volume 39, Number 2, February 2005

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pp. 119-119(1)

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Faculty development
pp. 120-121(2)
Author: Bligh, John

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International rescue
pp. 122-124(3)
Author: Pritchard, L

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Faculty development for teaching and evaluating professionalism: from programme design to curriculum change
pp. 127-136(10)
Authors: Steinert, Yvonne; Cruess, Sylvia; Cruess, Richard; Snell, Linda

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Resident doctors' understanding of their roles as clinical teachers
pp. 137-144(8)
Authors: Morrison, ElizabethH; Shapiro, JohannaF; Harthill, Miriam

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Clinical teachers and problem-based learning: a phenomenological study
pp. 163-170(8)
Authors: Dornan, Tim; Scherpbier, Albert; King, Nigel; Boshuizen, Henny

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What does ‘disability’ mean for medical students? An exploration of the words medical students associate with the term ‘disability’
pp. 176-183(8)
Authors: Byron, Margaret; Cockshott, Zoë; Brownett, Hilary; Ramkalawan, Tina

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Hospital doctors and their schemas about appropriate prescribing
pp. 184-193(10)
Authors: Higgins, MarkP; Tully, MaryP

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Paired basic science and clinical problem-based learning faculty teaching side by side: do students evaluate them differently?
pp. 194-201(8)
Authors: Stevenson, FrazierT; Bowe, ConnieM; Gandour-Edwards, Regina; Kumari, VijayaG

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Teaching and learning population and preventive health: challenges for modern medical curricula
pp. 202-213(12)
Authors: Régo, PatriciaM; Dick, Marie-Louise

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The use of qualitative research criteria for portfolio assessment as an alternative to reliability evaluation: a case study
pp. 214-220(7)
Authors: Driessen, E; van derVleuten, C; Schuwirth, L; vanTartwijk, J; Vermunt, J

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Assessment of progress tests
pp. 221-227(7)
Authors: McHarg, Jane; Bradley, Paul; Chamberlain, Suzanne; Ricketts, Chris; Searle, Judy; McLachlan, JohnC

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Making sense of ethnography and medical education
pp. 228-234(7)
Authors: Atkinson, Paul; Pugsley, Lesley

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Embedding the humanities into medical education
pp. 235-236(2)
Author: Gull, Sarah E

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Extracurricular research experience of medical students and their scientific output after graduation
pp. 237-237(1)
Authors: Reinders, Jan J; Kropmans, Thomas J B; Cohen-Schotanus, Janke

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