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Is experimental research passé
Effects of age, gender and educational background on strength of motivation for medical school
Kusurkar, Rashmi; Kruitwagen, Cas; Cate, Olle; Croiset, Gerda
Combined student ratings and self-assessment provide useful feedback for clinical teachers
Stalmeijer, Renée; Dolmans, Diana; Wolfhagen, Ineke; Peters, Wim; Coppenolle, Lieve; Scherpbier, Albert
Using reflective learning to improve the impact of continuing education in the context of work rehabilitation
Vachon, Brigitte; Durand, Marie-José; LeBlanc, Jeannette
Significant increase in factual knowledge with web-assisted problem-based learning as part of an undergraduate cardio-respiratory curriculum
Raupach, T.; Münscher, C.; Pukrop, T.; Anders, S.; Harendza, S.
Resident physicians' perspectives on effective outpatient teaching: a qualitative study
Kisiel, John; Bundrick, John; Beckman, Thomas
Are Asian international medical students just rote learners?
Tavakol, Mohsen; Dennick, Reg
A new framework for designing programmes of assessment
Dijkstra, J.; Vleuten, C.; Schuwirth, L.
The testing effect on skills learning might last 6 months
Kromann, C.; Bohnstedt, C.; Jensen, M.; Ringsted, C.
Developing clinical competency in crisis event management: an integrated simulation problem-based learning activity
Liaw, S.; Chen, F.; Klainin, P.; Brammer, J.; O'Brien, A.; Samarasekera, D.
Non-association between Neo-5 personality tests and multiple mini-interview
Kulasegaram, Kulamakan; Reiter, Harold; Wiesner, Willi; Hackett, Richard; Norman, Geoffrey
What drives students' self-directed learning in a hybrid PBL curriculum
Lee, Young-Mee; Mann, Karen; Frank, Blye
Building a competency-based curriculum: the agony and the ecstasy
Albanese, Mark; Mejicano, George; Anderson, W.; Gruppen, Larry
Reflections on experimental research in medical education
Cook, David; Beckman, Thomas
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