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Volume 46, Number 12, 1 December 2012

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pp. 1139-1139(1)

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Henry Walton
pp. 1140-1140(1)
Author: Buckley, Graham

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Talking about power in medical education
pp. 1141-1143(3)
Author: Donetto, Sara

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Sociomateriality matters to family practitioners as supervisors
pp. 1145-1147(3)
Authors: Ajjawi, Rola; Bearman, Margaret

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Let’s talk about thinking
pp. 1147-1149(3)
Authors: Dory, Valérie; Roex, Ann

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A call to address the curricular provision of emotional support in the event of medical errors and adverse events
pp. 1149-1151(3)
Authors: Varjavand, Nielufar; Nair, Shailaja; Gracely, Edward

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General practitioners as supervisors in postgraduate clinical education: an integrative review
pp. 1161-1173(13)
Authors: Wearne, Susan; Dornan, Tim; Teunissen, Pim W; Skinner, Timothy

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Rethinking clinical reasoning: time for a dialogical turn
pp. 1174-1178(5)
Author: Loftus, Stephen

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Waking up the next morning: surgeons’ emotional reactions to adverse events
pp. 1179-1188(10)
Authors: Luu, Shelly; Patel, Priyanka; St‐Martin, Laurent; Leung, Annie SO; Regehr, Glenn; Murnaghan, M Lucas; Gallinger, Steven; Moulton, Carol‐anne

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Changes in residents’ opportunities for experiential learning over time
pp. 1189-1193(5)
Authors: Peets, Adam D; Stelfox, Henry T

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How core competencies are taught during clinical supervision: participatory action research in family medicine
pp. 1194-1205(12)
Authors: Saucier, Danielle; Paré, Line; Côté, Luc; Baillargeon, Lucie

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Development of knowledge in basic sciences: a comparison of two medical curricula
pp. 1206-1214(9)
Authors: Nouns, Zineb; Schauber, Stefan; Witt, Claudia; Kingreen, Halina; Schüttpelz‐Brauns, Katrin

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Mapping as a learning strategy in health professions education: a critical analysis
pp. 1215-1225(11)
Authors: Pudelko, Beatrice; Young, Meredith; Vincent‐Lamarre, Philippe; Charlin, Bernard

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The relationship between fidelity and cost in simulation
pp. 1226-1226(1)
Authors: Walsh, Kieran; Jaye, Peter

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The relationship between fidelity and cost in simulation: authors’ response
pp. 1227-1227(1)
Authors: Norman, Geoff; Dore, Kelly; Grierson, Lawrence

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Towards an open and learning safety culture
pp. 1228-1228(1)
Authors: Ahmed, Maria; Baker, Paul; Hayden, Jacky

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