Quillen Seniors' AAMC GRADUATION QUESTIONNAIRES
Hospice and Palliative Medicine: Curriculum Evaluation and Learner Assessment in Medical Education
Sandra Sanchez-Reilly, MD, and Jeanette S. Ross, MD
Generalist plus Specialist Palliative Care — Creating a More Sustainable Model
Timothy E. Quill, MD, and Amy P. Abernethy, MD
Team-taught Grand Rounds Promote Horizontal and Vertical Integration in a Discipline-Based Medical Curriculum
Innovative Technology Expands Student Laboratory Experience During Medical Gross Anatomy Course: Addition of iPads® in lab revolutionizes how anatomy is taught
Information Item: April 2013 - Example: D2L Analytics – Quiz Item Analysis Report
Information Item: March 2013 Meetings - Medical Library Resources / Ebooks
Information Item: November 2012 Workshop "How to Work with an Interpreter in a Healthcare Setting"
A Change to Pass/Fail Grading in the First Two Years at One Medical School Results in Improved Psychological Well-Being
Article related to ED-35 [Acad Med. 2012;87:300–307] – "Effecting Curricular Change through Comprehensive Course Assessment: Using Structure and Process to Change Outcomes"
Medical Humanities Elective Reading List - 2011-12
Medical Humanities Elective Film List - 2011-12
Fitting it all in: integration of 12 cross-cutting themes into a School of Medicine curriculum
Educating Physicians: A Call for Reform of Medical School and Residency - Molly Cooke, David M. Irby and Bridget C. O'Brien. [ Summary]
“ The Pyramid of Professionalism: Seven Years of Experience with Assessing Professionalism Among Medical Students” Parker, et al, Academic Medicine, August 2008
UNNATURAL CAUSES: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?