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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 42, Number 6, June 2008

In this issue
pp. 545-545(1)

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Ch-ch-ch-changes!
pp. 546-547(2)
Author: Eva, Kevin W

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A comment on the continuing impact of case specificity
pp. 548-549(2)
Author: Kreiter, Clarence

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The impact of clerkships on students’ specialty preferences: what do undergraduates learn for their profession?
pp. 554-562(9)
Authors: Maiorova, Tanja; Stevens, Fred; Scherpbier, Albert; van der Zee, Jouke

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Dissection as a modulator of emotional attitudes and reactions of future health professionals
pp. 563-571(9)
Authors: Arráez-Aybar, Luis-Alfonso; Castaño-Collado, Gloria; Casado-Morales, Maria-Isabel

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Coping efficacy and perceived family support: potential factors for reducing stress in premedical students
pp. 572-579(8)
Authors: Klink, Jenna L; Byars-Winston, Angela; Bakken, Lori L

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Content specificity: is it the full story? Statistical modelling of a clinical skills examination
pp. 589-599(11)
Authors: Mattick, Karen; Dennis, Ian; Bradley, Paul; Bligh, John

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Competency domains in an undergraduate Objective Structured Clinical Examination: their impact on compensatory standard setting
pp. 600-606(7)
Authors: Reece, Ashley; Chung, Eddie M K; Gardiner, R Mark; Williams, Sian E

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Learning basic surgical skills with mental imagery: using the simulation centre in the mind
pp. 607-612(6)
Authors: Sanders, Charles W; Sadoski, Mark; van Walsum, Kim; Bramson, Rachel; Wiprud, Robert; Fossum, Theresa W

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Textbook coverage of a common topic: fluid management of patients after surgery
pp. 613-618(6)
Authors: Chawla, Gunjan; Drummond, Gordon B

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Development of a tool to support holistic generic assessment of clinical procedure skills
pp. 619-627(9)
Authors: McKinley, Robert K; Strand, Janice; Gray, Tracey; Schuwirth, Lambert; Alun-Jones, Tom; Miller, Helen

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Assessing cardiac physical examination skills using simulation technology and real patients: a comparison study
pp. 628-636(9)
Authors: Hatala, Rose; Issenberg, S Barry; Kassen, Barry; Cole, Gary; Bacchus, C Maria; Scalese, Ross J

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Teaching motivational interviewing: using role play is as effective as using simulated patients
pp. 637-644(8)
Authors: Lane, Claire; Hood, Kerenza; Rollnick, Stephen

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