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Key Journal Articles

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Title Journal Publication Date

What makes a ‘good group’? Exploring the characteristics and performance of undergraduate student groups

Advances in Health Sciences Education Mar 2017

Effects of peer and instructor rationales on online students’ motivation and achievement.

International Journal of Educational Research Mar 2017

Evaluation of a Psychotherapy Skills Training Program with Family Practice and Psychiatry Residents

MedEdPublish Mar 2017

Twelve tips for teaching about patients with cognitive impairment

Medical Teacher Mar 2017

Community action research experience (CARE): training family physicians in community based participatory research

Education for Primary Care Mar 2017

Design and validation of a 3D printed flexible canine otoscopy teaching model

Simulation in Healthcare Feb 2017

The US immigration ban: implications for medical education and the physician workforce

Lancet, The Feb 2017

Location, Location, Location: Where We Teach Primary Care Makes All the Difference

Journal of Hospital Medicine Feb 2017

Perception of educational value in clinical rotations by medical students

Advances in Medical Education and Practice Feb 2017

Student peer teaching in paediatric simulation training is a feasible low-cost alternative for education

Acta Paediatrica Feb 2017

Emergency medical training through simulation : Always the same for everyone?

Der Anaesthesist Feb 2017

Using GP trainees as role players as a teaching/training tool for established GP trainers

Education for Primary Care Feb 2017

Confident but not theoretically grounded - experienced simulation educators' perceptions of their own professional development

Advances in Medical Education and Practice Feb 2017

Impact of the rural pipeline in medical education: practice locations of recently graduated family physicians in Ontario

Human Resources for Health Feb 2017

Doctors Without Borders

Academic Medicine Feb 2017

Imperfect practice makes perfect: error management training improves transfer of learning

Medical Education Feb 2017

Can children acting as simulated patients contribute to scoring of student performance in an OSCE?

Medical Teacher Feb 2017

Describing medical student curiosity across a four year curriculum: An exploratory study

Medical Teacher Feb 2017

Twelve tips for the construction of ethical dilemma case-based assessment

Medical Teacher Feb 2017

Medical students’ situational motivation to participate in simulation based team training is predicted by attitudes to patient safety

BMC Medical Education Feb 2017

Comparative effectiveness of a serious game and an e-module to support patient safety knowledge and awareness

BMC Medical Education Feb 2017

The Leadership Case for Investing in Continuing Professional Development

Academic Medicine Feb 2017

Making Management Skills a Core Component of Medical Education

Academic Medicine Feb 2017

Institutional factors affecting participation in national faculty development programs: a nation-wide investigation of medical schools

BMC Medical Education Feb 2017

Do portfolios have a future?

Advances in Health Sciences Education Feb 2017

Understanding the relation between medical students’ collective and individual trajectories: an application of habitus

Perspectives in Medical Education Feb 2017

Medical students’ perceptions of the patient-centredness of the learning environment

Perspectives in Medical Education Feb 2017

The (re)-introduction of semiotics into medical education: on the works of Thure von Uexküll

Medical Humanities Feb 2017

Flipping the classroom to teach Millennial residents medical leadership: a proof of concept

Advances in Medical Education and Practice Jan 2017

“Just tell me what I need to know to pass the exam!” Can active flipped learning overcome passivity?

The Asia-Pacific Scholar Jan 2017