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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 40, Number 11, November 2006

in this issue
pp. 1057-1057(1)

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medical school selection
pp. 1058-1064(7)
Authors: Knights, JaniceA; Kennedy, BarbaraJ

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Free choice and career choice: clerkship electives in medical education
pp. 1065-1071(7)
Authors: Mihalynuk, Tanis; Leung, Gentson; Fraser, Joan; Bates, Joanna; Snadden, David

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The teaching of professional attitudes within UK medical schools: reported difficulties and good practice
pp. 1072-1080(9)
Authors: Stephenson, AnneE; Adshead, LesleyE; Higgs, RogerH

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Can virtual reality improve anatomy education? A randomised controlled study of a computer-generated three-dimensional anatomical ear model
pp. 1081-1087(7)
Authors: Nicholson, DarenT; Chalk, Colin; Funnell, W RobertJ; Daniel, SamJ

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Effects of rater selection on peer assessment among medical students
pp. 1088-1097(10)
Authors: Lurie, StephenJ; Nofziger, AnneC; Meldrum, Sean; Mooney, Christopher; Epstein, RonaldM

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Development of a rating system for surgeons' non-technical skills
pp. 1098-1104(7)
Authors: Yule, S; Flin, R; Paterson-Brown, S; Maran, N; Rowley, D

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Assessing procedural skills in context: exploring the feasibility of an Integrated Procedural Performance Instrument (IPPI)
pp. 1105-1114(10)
Authors: Kneebone, R; Nestel, D; Yadollahi, F; Brown, R; Nolan, C; Durack, J; Brenton, H; Moulton, C; Archer, J; Darzi, A

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Doctors' views about their first postgraduate year in UK medical practice: house officers in 2003
pp. 1115-1122(8)
Authors: Lambert, TrevorW; Goldacre, MichaelJ

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Inducing curricular change: initial evaluation of outcomes
pp. 1125-1125(1)
Authors: Azila, N M A; Tan, N H; Tan, C P L

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A campaign approach to medical school programme objectives
pp. 1125-1126(2)
Authors: Coleman, Mary T; Greenberg, Ruth B; Carter, Mary B

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An interactive learning forum: anatomy of a disaster
pp. 1126-1127(2)
Author: Brawer, James

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Beta-blocker blues: pharmacology with a blues beat
pp. 1127-1128(2)
Authors: MacDonald, Ewen; Saarti, Jarmo

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Recent medical graduates as facilitators in a PBL curriculum
pp. 1128-1128(1)
Authors: Khan, Kiran Nawaz; Saeed, S Abdul; Frossard, Philippe

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Games as active learning strategies: a faculty development workshop
pp. 1129-1129(1)
Authors: Premkumar, Kalyani; Bonnycastle, Deirdre

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Near-peer teaching in a formative clinical skills examination
pp. 1129-1130(2)
Authors: Colaco, Shanthi M; Chou, Calvin L; Hauer, Karen E

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Evaluating pre-clerkship professionalism in longitudinal small groups
pp. 1130-1131(2)
Authors: Risdon, Cathy; Baptiste, Sue

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Palliative medicine as an elective posting for undergraduates
pp. 1131-1132(2)
Authors: Loh, K Y; Kwa, S K; Nurjahan, M I

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Health systems knowledge and its determinants in medical trainees
pp. 1132-1132(1)
Authors: Kerfoot, B Price; Conlin, Paul R; McMahon, Graham T

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Learning about cultural diversity: the whole story
pp. 1132-1133(2)
Authors: Smithson, Sarah; Fisher, Pip

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‘Health Not Cosmetics’: a medical student obesity treatment project
pp. 1133-1134(2)
Authors: Rodríguez, José E; Painter, Kim

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Preparing students for Medicaid
pp. 1134-1135(2)
Authors: Turner, Jane; Farquhar, Lyn

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An interactive e-tutorial in pathology
pp. 1135-1135(1)
Authors: Thakore, Hemal; McMahon, Tim

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A core skills simulation module
pp. 1135-1136(2)
Authors: Lim, Erle C H; Seet, Raymond C S; Ong, Benjamin K C

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Student telecast teaching in otorhinolaryngology
pp. 1136-1137(2)
Authors: Hung, T; Vlantis, A C; Tong, M C F; van Hasselt, C A

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An early patient contact programme combining simulation and real settings
pp. 1137-1137(1)
Authors: Durak, H İ; Vatansever, K; Kandiloğlu, G

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Comparison of delivery modes for online medical education
pp. 1137-1138(2)
Authors: Kerfoot, B Price; Conlin, Paul R; McMahon, Graham T

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Microscopes and computers in small-group pathology learning
pp. 1138-1139(2)
Authors: Fiche, Maryse; Bonvin, Raphael; Bosman, Fred

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Simulators and scenarios: training nurses in emergency care
pp. 1139-1139(1)
Authors: McFetrich, James; Price, Chris

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Resident as teacher: educating the educators
pp. 1140-1140(1)
Authors: Weissman, Matthew A; Bensinger, Lisa; Koestler, Jennifer L

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Resident reflections on adverse events: a baseline assessment
pp. 1140-1141(2)
Authors: Krajicek, Bryan J; Kolars, Joseph C; Thomas, Kris G

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Residents anticipating, eliciting and interpreting physical findings
pp. 1141-1142(2)
Authors: Yudkowsky, Rachel; Bordage, Georges; Lowenstein, Tali; Riddle, Janet

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General emergency medicine skills for rural doctors
pp. 1142-1143(2)
Authors: Woloschuk, Wayne; Gorsche, Ron; Betzner, Michael

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Use of standardised patients with actual findings
pp. 1143-1144(2)
Authors: Szauter, Karen; Ainsworth, Michael

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Gateway assessments of medical students for programme development
pp. 1144-1145(2)
Authors: Noel, Mary; Reznich, Christopher; Henry, Rebecca

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Extracurricular training using students as instructors
pp. 1145-1145(1)
Authors: Gustafsson, Amandus; Rasmussen, Maria Birkvad; Jensen, Morten Lind; Ringsted, Charlotte

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List of Reviewers for 2006
pp. 1146-1147(2)

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More thoughts on ‘assessment drives learning’
pp. 1149-1150(2)
Author: Thistlethwaite, Jill

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