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Submissions from 2010

Experiences that develop the ability to think strategically, E. Goldman, T. Cahill, and R. Pessanha Filho

Building a culture that encourages strategic thinking, E.F. Goldman and A.J. Casey

This issue: Medical education (editorial), L. Greenberg

Teaching scholarship and the clinician/educator, L. Greenberg and J. Bickel

Perspective: Successfully negotiating the clerkship years of medical school: A guide for medical students, implications for residents and faculty, L. Greenberg and B. Blatt

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Social media policies at US medical schools, T. Kind, G. Genrich, A. Sodhi, and K.C. Chretien

Assessing physicians' in training attitudes and behaviors during the 2009 H1N1 influenza season: A cross-sectional survey of medical students and residents in an urban academic setting, L. May, R. Katz, L. Johnston, M. Sanza, and B. Petinaux

Developing a complementary, alternative, and integrative medicine course: One medical school's experience, A. Perlman and A. Stagnaro-Green

Peer-facilitated virtual action learning: Reflecting on critical incidents during a pediatric clerkship, M.M. Plack, M. Driscoll, M. Marquez, and L. Greenberg

Commentary: A call for culture change in academic medicine, D. Powell, J.L. Scott, M. Rosenblatt, P.B. Roth, and L. Pololi

Submissions from 2009

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Medical informatics in the internal medicine clerkship: Results of a national survey, M.K. Aiyer, J.L. Dorsch, M. Mintz, D.M. Torre, M.R. Thomas, K.K. Papp, and S. Durning

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Cross-cultural comparison of the patient-centeredness of the hidden curriculum between a saudi arabian and 9 US medical schools, R. Al-Bawardy, B. Blatt, S. Al-Shohaib, and S.J. Simmens

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Online posting of unprofessional content by medical students, K.C. Chretien, S.R. Greysen, J. Chretien, and T. Kind

Letters of recommendation: Rating, writing, and reading by clerkship directors of internal medicine, K.J. DeZee, M.R. Thomas, M. Mintz, and S.J. Durning

Journal watch from ACE (alliance for clinical education): Annual review of medical education articles in internal medicine journals 2006-2007, S.J. Durning, L.N. Dyrbye, A.J. Mechaber, M.R. Thomas, M. Fischer, K. O'Brien, and E.A. Baker

Learning in a chaotic environment, E. Goldman, M.M. Plack, C. Roche, J. Smith, and C. Turley

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Learning to connect: Students' reflections on doctor-patient interactions, T. Kind, V.R. Everett, and M. Ottolini

Education program and student characteristics associated with pass rates on the national physical therapy examination for physical therapist assistants, J. Maring and E. Costello

Medical student perceptions of self-paced, web-based electives: A descriptive study, L. May, K. Acquaviva, A. Dorfman, and L. Posey

Use of electronic medical records by physicians and students in academic internal medicine settings, M. Mintz, H.J. Narvarte, K.E. O'Brien, K.K. Papp, M. Thomas, and S.J. Durning

Teaching behavior change concepts and skills during the third-year medicine clerkship, E.M. Moser and A. Stagnaro-Green

Development of an undergraduate pharmacogenomics curriculum: Content and application, T.J. O'Brien, F. Goodsaid, M. Plack, A. Harralson, W. Harrouk, T.G. Hales, and H.G. Mel

Introducing a neurogenetics curriculum into the neurology medical school clerkship, P.L. Pearl, J.M. Pettiford, A. Heffron, S. Healton, A. Hovaguimian, and C.J. Macri

First-time department chairs at U.S. medical schools: a 29-year perspective on recruitment and retention, W.F. Rayburn, H.J.L. Alexer, and J.L. Scott

Relationships between drug company representatives and medical students: Medical school policies and attitudes of student affairs deans and third-year medical students, F. Sierles, A. Brodkey, L. Cleary, F.A. McCurdy, M. Mintz, J. Frank, and D.J. Lynn

Submissions from 2008

The narrative exercise: Introduction to therapeutic communication in the psychiatry clerkship, D. Garrison and J.B. Frank