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2013 Why should I prepare? A mixed method study exploring the motives of medical undergraduate students to prepare for clinical skills training sessions. BMC Medical Education Aalbers MW. Hommes J. Rethans JJ. et al 13:27
2006 Trained standardized patients can train their peers to provide well-rated cost effective Physical Exam skills training to First-year medical students Family Medicine Aamodt C. Virtue D. Dobbie A 38(5):326-329
1993 Stuck with the patient--what would my colleague have done? A videorecorded consultation experiment with an actor simulating as the same patient for different doctors. Family Practice Aaraas I. Lundevall S. Njolstad I. Melbye H 10(1):43-5
2009 Faculty as simulated patients (FSPs) in assessing medical students' clinical reasoning skills. Education for Health Abdelkhalek NM. Hussein AM. Sulaiman N. et al 22(3):323
2016 Simulation in Undergraduate Psychiatry: Exploring the Depth of Learner Engagement Academic Psychiatry Abdool PS. Nirula L. Bonato S. Rajji TK. Silver IL 1-11.
2009 A national survey to explore the willingness of Japanese standardized patients to participate in teaching physical examination skills to undergraduate medical students. Teaching & Learning in Medicine Abe K. Suzuki T. Fujisaki K. Ban N. 21(3):240-7
2011 A nationwide survey of standardized patients: Who they are, what they do, and how they experience their work Patient Education and Counseling Abe K. Roter D. Erby LH. Ban N 84(2):261-264
2008 Development of computer-based OSCE re-examination system for minimizing inter-examiner discrepancy. Bulletin of Tokyo Dental College Abe S. Kawada E 49(1):1-6
2014 Mapping the use of simulation in prehospital care - a literature review. Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation & Emergency Medicine Abelsson A. Rystedt I. Suserud BO. Lindwall L. 22:22
2001 Assessing an educational intervention to improve physician violence screening skills. Pediatrics Abraham A. Cheng T L. Wright J L. Addlestone I. Huang Z. Greenberg L. 107(5):E68
1998 Gynaecological examination: A teaching package integrating assessment with learning Medical Education Abraham S. 32:76-81
1990 Detecting and correcting for rater-induced differences in standardized patient tests of clinical competence. Academic Medicine Abrahamowicz M. Tamblyn RM. Ramsay JO. et al 65(9 Suppl):S25-6
2013 The case against standardized patients' simulating psychotic disorders. Academic Psychiatry Abramowitz MZ. Rollhaus ED. 37(6):444
2016 Proficiency in identifying, managing and communicating medical errors: feasibility and validity study assessing two core competencies. BMC Medical Education Abu Dabrh AM. Murad MH. Newcomb RD. et al. 16(1), 233.
2016 Curing neurophobia in medical schools: evidence-based strategies. Medical Education Online, Abushouk AI. Duc NM. 21
2015 The Evolving Role of Simulation in Teaching Surgery in Undergraduate Medical Education Surgical Clinics of North America Acton RD 95(4):739-50
1998 Multi-Cohort Learning: Teaching Pharmacy Students About Compliance, Counseling, and Mentoring. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Adamcik B. Airmet D 62:342-46
2003 Simulated and standardized patients in OSCEs: achievements and challenges 1992-2003. Medical Teacher Adamo G 25(3):262-70
2014 Investigating the influence of African American and African Caribbean race on primary care doctors' decision making about depression Social Science & Medicine Adams A. Vail L. Buckingham CD. Kidd J. Weich S. Roter D. 116:161-8
1984 A comparative study of the traditional long case with the objective structured clinical examination in Lagos, Nigeria. Medical Education Adeyemi SD. Omo-Dare P. Rao CR 18(2): 106-109
1983 A new course in basic therapeutic skills for medical and dental students at the College of Medicine, University of Lagos: student evaluation. Medical Education Adeyemi-Doro HO. Bamisaiye A. 17(6):354-9
2014 Transfer of Real-time Ultrasound Video of FAST Examinations from a Simulated Disaster Scene Via a Mobile Phone Prehospital & Disaster Medicine Adhikari S. Blaivas M. Lyon M. Shiver S. 29 (3): 290-3
2015 Nursing students' knowledge of and performance in communicating with patients with hearing impairment. Japan Journal of Nursing Science: JJNS. Adib-Hajbaghery M. Rezaei-Shahsavarloo Z. 12(2):135-44
1977 Simulated Patients for Communication Research. Journal of Medical Education Adler K 52 (2): 151-153
2014 A simulation model for improving learner and health outcomes Nursing Clinics of North America Aebersold M. Titler MG. 49(3):431-9
2007 The "Culture OSCE"--introducing a formative assessment into a postgraduate program. Education for Health Aeder L. Altshuler L. Kachur E. Barrett S. Hilfer A. Koepfer S. Schaeffer H. Shelov S 20(1):11
2010 Adding new tools to the black bag--introduction of ultrasound into the physical diagnosis course. Journal of General Internal Medicine Afonso N. Amponsah D. Yang J. Mendez J. et al 25(11):1248-52
2010 Training and simulation for patient safety. ,  Quality and Safety in Health Care Aggarwal, R., Mytton, O. T., Derbrew, M. et al. 19(Suppl 2), i34-i43.
2010 Training and simulation for patient safety Quality and Safety in Health Care Aggarwal. R.. Mytton. O. T.. Derbrew. M.. Hananel. D.. Heydenburg. M.. Issenberg. B.. ... & Ziv. A. 19(Suppl 2), i34-i43.
2008 Specialty training for general practice in the United Kingdom Journal of Ambulatory Care Management Ahluwalia S. Swanwick T. 31(3):276-81
2010 Bedside teaching at the Cinderella status. Options for promotion. [Review] Saudi Medical Journal Ahmed AM. 31(7):739-46
2012 Do general practice selection scores predict success at MRCGP? An exploratory study Education for Primary Care Ahmed H. Rhydderch M. Matthews P. 23(2):95-100
2016 A Pilot Curriculum to Integrate Standardized Patient Simulation into Clinical Pastoral Education American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Ahmed RA. Damore DR. Viti JF. Et al 33(5), 498-502.
2015 A Pilot Curriculum to Integrate Standardized Patient Simulation into Clinical Pastoral Education. Am J Hosp Palliat Care. Ahmed RA. Damore DR. Viti JF. Et al 1-5
2016 Characteristics and Core Curricular Elements of Medical Simulation Fellowships in North America Journal of graduate medical education Ahmed RA. Frey J. Gardner AK. Et al. 8(2), 252-255.
2015 Using ultrasound to enhance medical students' femoral vascular physical examination skills J Ultrasound Med Ahn JS. French AJ. Thiessen EW. Et al 34:1771-1776
2010 Developing counseling skills through pre-recorded videos and role play: a pre- and post-intervention study in a Pakistani medical school. BMC Medical Education Ahsen NF. Batul SA. Ahmed AN. Imam SZ. et al 10:7
1991 Standardized patient encounters. A method for teaching and evaluation JAMA Ainsworth MA 266(10):1390-96
1995 An OSCE assessment of fourth-year students. Academic Medicine Ainsworth MA. Callaway MR. et al 70(5):444-5
1994 Innovation in conducting and scoring a clerkship OSCE. Teaching & Learning in Medicine Ainsworth MA. Turner HE. Solomon DJ. Callaway MR 6(1):64-67
2014 Antibiotics Dispensing for URTIs by Community Pharmacists (CPs) and General Medical Practitioners in Penang, Malaysia: A Comparative Study using Simulated Patients (SPs). Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research JCDR Alabid AH. Ibrahim MI. Hassali MA. 8(1):119-23
2015 Effect of course coordinator behavior and motivation on students' achievement: Results from five curriculum blocks of two undergraduate student cohorts at King Saud bin Abdulaziz University of Health Sciences. Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences Al-Alwan I. Baig LA. Badri M. Magzoub ME. Alyousif S. 31(2):457-61
2015 Counselling practices in community pharmacies in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: a cross-sectional study  BMC Health Services Research Alaqeel S.  Abanmy NO. 15:557
1992 An examination of the examinations: the reliability of the objective structured clinical examination and clinical examination. Medical Teacher A-Latif A 14(2/3):179-183
2014 Education research: case logs in the assessment of medical students in the neurology outpatient clinic. Neurology Albert DV. Brorson JR. Amidei C. Lukas RV. 82(16):e138-41
2016 Clinical simulation as a learning tool in undergraduate nursing: Validation of a questionnaire Nurse education today, Alconero-Camarero AR. Gualdrón-Romero A. Sarabia-Cobo CM. Martinez-Arce A. 39, 128-134.
2007 Communication skills training in obstetrics and gynecology: whom should we train? A randomized controlled trial. Archives of Gynecology & Obstetrics Alder J. Christen R. Zemp E. Bitzer J 276(6):605-612
2015 Teens as teachers: Improving recruitment and training of adolescent standardized patients in a simulated patient encounter J Community Med Health Educ Alerte A. Brown S. Hoag J. Et al 5(3)
2010 Teaching the competencies: using observed structured clinical examinations for faculty development. American Journal of Gastroenterology Alevi D. Baiocco PJ. Chokhavatia S. Kotler DP. et al 105(5):973-7
2013 Using Standardized Patients in an Undergraduate Mental Health Simulation Int J of Mental Health Alexander L. Dearsley A 42(2-3):149-164
2006 A Controlled Trial of a Short Course to Improve Residents' Communication with Patients at the End of Life Academic Medicine Alexander SC. Keitz SA. Sloane R. Tulsky JA 81(11):1008-12
2013 Nursing Alumni as Standardized Patients: An Untapped Resource Clinical Simulation in Nursing Alfes CM 9(12):e593-e597
2015 Standardized Patient Versus Role-Play Strategies: A Comparative Study Measuring Patient-Centered Care and Safety in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. Nursing education perspectives Alfes CM. 36(6), 403-405.
2016 Joint Training Simulation Exercises: Missed Elements in Prehospital Patient Handoffs Clinical Simulation in Nursing Alfes CM. & Reimer A 12(6), 215-218.
1999 Comparison of performance of interns completing the old (1993) and new interactive (1997) Advanced Trauma Life Support courses Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care Ali J. Adam RU. Josa D. Pierre I. Bedaysie H. et al 46(1):80-86
1995 Demonstration of acquisition of trauma management skills by senior medical students completing the ATLS Program. Journal of Trauma-Injury Infection & Critical Care Ali J. Cohen AJ. Reznick R 38(5):687-91
1996 Teaching effectiveness of the advanced trauma life support program as demonstrated by an objective structured clinical examination for practicing physicians. World Journal of Surgery Ali J. Cohen R. Adam R. Gana TJ. Pierre I. et al 20(8):1121-26
1996 Attrition of cognitive and trauma management skills after the Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) course. Journal of Trauma-Injury Infection & Critical Care Ali J. Cohen R. Adam R. Gana TJ. Pierre IE. et al 40(6):860-866
1998 Effect of the Advanced Trauma Life Support program on medical students' performance in simulated trauma patient management. Journal of Trauma-Injury Infection & Critical Care Ali J. Cohen RJ. Gana TJ. Al-Bedah KF 44(4):588-591
2002 Is attrition of advanced trauma life support acquired skills affected by trauma patient volume? American Journal of Surgery Ali J. Howard M. Williams J. 183(2):142-145
2003 Do factors other than trauma volume affect attrition of ATLS-acquired skills? Journal of Trauma-Injury Infection & Critical Care Ali J. Howard M. Williams JI. 54(5):831-841
2003 Nursing students' and lecturers' perspectives of objective structured clinical examination incorporating simulation. Nurse Education Today Alinier G 23(6):419-26
2007 A typology of educationally focused medical simulation tools. Medical Teacher Alinier G. 29(8):e243-50
2014 Immersive clinical simulation in undergraduate health care interprofessional education: knowledge and perceptions Clinical Simulation in Nursing Alinier G. Harwood C. Harwood P et al 10(4): e205-e216
1998 Simulated surgery in the summative assessment of general practice training: results of a trial in the Trent and Yorkshire regions. Br J Gen Pract Allen J, Evans A, Foulkes J, French A 48(430), 1219-1223.
1998 What determines competence within a general practice consultation? Assessment of consultation skills using simulated surgeries Br J Gen Pract Allen J, Rashid A. 48(430), 1259-1262.
1998 Global ratings versus checklist scoring in an OSCE. Academic Medicine Allen R. Heard J. Savidge M 73(5):597-8
1988 Surveying students' attitudes during the OSCE. Advances in Health Sciences Education Allen R. Heard J. Savidge M. Bittengle J. Cantrell M. Huffmaster T 3(3):197-206
1991 Structured Clinical Teaching Strategy. Medical Teacher Allen SS. Bland CJ. Harris IB. Anderson D. Poland G. et al 13(2):177-184
2011 The educational and financial impact of using patient educators to teach introductory physical exam skills. Medical Teacher Allen SS. Miller J. Ratner E. Santilli J 33(11):911-8
2012 The full costs of patient educators [Letters to the Editor] Medical Teacher Allen SS. Miller J. Ratner E. Santilli J. 34:509-513
1992 Health, Society, and the Physician: problem-based learning of the social sciences and humanities. Eight years of experience. Annals of Internal Medicine Almy TP. Colby KK. Zubkoff M. Gephart DS. Moore-West M. Lundquist LL 116(7):569-74
2004 The Watched Structure Clinical Examination (WASCE) as a tool of assessment. Saudi Medical Journal Alnasir FA 25(1):71-4
2012 Developing skills in managing Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE) Life Science Journal Alsenany S. Al Saif A. 9(3):597-602
2011 Doctors' concerns of PDAs in the ward round situation. Lessons from a formative simulation study. Methods of Information in Medicine Alsos OA. Dabelow B. Faxvaag A 50(2):190-200
2007 Evaluation of consultation in community pharmacies with mystery shoppers Annals of Pharm Alte D. Weitschies W. Ritter A. 41:1023-1030
2014 Efficacy of a checklist as part of a physical medicine and rehabilitation clerkship to teach medical students musculoskeletal physical examination skills: a prospective study American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Altschuler EL. Cruz E. Salim SZ. et al 93(1):82-9
2008 Genetics objective structured clinical exams at the Maimonides Infants & Children's Hospital of Brooklyn, New York. Academic Medicine Altshuler L, Kachur E, Krinshpun S, Sullivan D. 83(11), 1088-1093
2001 A culture OSCE: teaching residents to bridge different worlds. Academic Medicine Altshuler L. Kachur E 76(5):514
2016 The USMLE Step 2 CS: Time for a Change Medical Teacher Alvin M.
2004 Strategies for training standardized patient instructors for a competency exam. Journal of Dental Education Amano H. Sano T. Gotoh K. Kakuta S. et al 68(10):1104-11
2014 Objective structured clinical examination vs traditional clinical examination: An evaluation of students' perception and preference in a Nigerian medical school Nigerian Medical Journal Ameh N. Abdul MA. Adesiyun GA. Avidime S. 55(4):310-3
1997 A combined Structured Oral Examination (SOE) and OSCE for the Assessment of Clinical Competence Advances in Medical Education Amiel GE. Tann M. Krausz M. et al 402-403
1997 Increasing examiner involvement in an objective structured clinical examination by integrating a structured oral examination. American Journal of Surgery Amiel GE. Tann M. Krausz MM. Bitterman A. Cohen R 173(6):546-9
2000 Using an OSCE to assess primary care physicians' competence in breaking bad news. Academic Medicine Amiel GE. Ungar L. Alperin M 75(5):560-1
2006 Ability of primary care physician's to break bad news: a performance based assessment of an educational intervention. Patient Education & Counseling Amiel GE. Ungar L. Alperin M. Baharier Z. Cohen R and Reis S 60(1):10-15
2016 Evaluation of the performance of general practitioners in a collaborative care program by employing simulated patients Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology Amini H. Shakiba A. Sharifi V. Et al. 1-9
2016 Using standardized patients to evaluate medical students’ evidence-based medicine skills Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine Amini R. Hernandez NC. Keim S. M. & Gordon. P. R. 9(1), 38-42.
2012 The Objective Structured Clinical Examination: A study on satisfaction of students, faculty members, and tutors LIFE SCIENCE JOURNAL Amiri M. Nickbakht M 9(4):4909-4911
2013 Comparison of the medical students' perceived self-efficacy and the evaluation of the observers and patients. BMC Medical Education Ammentorp J. Thomsen JL. Jarbol DE. et al 13:49
2012 Assessment Methods of an Undergraduate Psychiatry Course at a Saudi University SQU MED J Amr M. Amin T. 12(2):214-224
1993 Objective structured clinical/practical examination (OSCE/OSPE). Journal of Postgraduate Medicine Ananthakrishnan N 39(2):82-84
1991 The structured oral examination as a method for assessing surgical residents. American Journal of Surgery Anastakis DJ. Cohen R. Reznick RK 162(1):67-70
2016 Using Standardized Patients to Teach Interprofessional Competencies to Dental Students Journal of dental education Anders PL. Scherer YK. Hatton M. et l. 80(1), 65-72.
2012 Assessing the usability of methods of public reporting of adverse drug reactions to the UK Yellow Card Scheme Health Expectations Anderson C, Gifford A, Avery A, Fortnum H, Murphy E, Krska J, Bond C. 15(4), 433-440.
1991 Comparing students' feedback about clinical instruction with their performances. Academic Medicine Anderson DC. Harris IB. Allen S. Satran L. Bland CJ. et al 66(1):29-34
2014 Training students with patient actors improves communication: a pilot study. Optometry & Vision Science Anderson HA. Young J. Marrelli D. Black R. Lambreghts K. Twa MD. 91(1):121-8
1978 The Use of Instructor-Patients to teach Physical Examination Techniques. Journal of Medical Education Anderson KK. Meyer TC 53(10):831-836
1979 Using Instructor-Patients to Teach Physical Examination Skills Medical Teacher Anderson KK. Meyer TC 1(5)244-246
2010 Standardized Patients in Educating Student Nurses: One School's Experience Clinical Simulation in Nursing Anderson M. Holmes T. LeFlore J. Nelson K. Jenkins T 6:e661-e66
2002 Finding reality: the use of objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) in the assessment of mental health nursing students interpersonal skills. Nurse Education in Practice Anderson M. Stickley T 2(3):160-8
1994 Introduction: "Just do it!" Teaching and Learning in Medicine Anderson MB. Kassebaum DG. 6(1):3-5
1994 Growing Use of Standardized Patients in Teaching and Evaluation in Medical Education. Teaching & Learning in Medicine Anderson MB. Stillman PL. Wang Y 6(1): 15-22
2009 Conceptualising and classifying validity evidence for simulation. Medical Education Andreatta PB. Gruppen LD. 43(11):1028-35
1978 Use of professional patients in teaching pelvic examinations. Obstetrics & Gynecology Andrew Southgate 52(5), 630-633.
1966 The Programmed Patient Medical Times Anonymous 94(8):235a, 238a
1974 Editorial: Simulated patients British Medical Journal Anonymous 2(5916):399-400
1993 Consensus Statement of the Researchers in Clinical Skills Assessment (RCSA) on the Use of Standardized Patients to Evaluate Clinical Skills Academic Medicine Anonymous 68(1):475-476
1993 Highlights of Group Discussion of Technical Issues of the Logistics of Using SPs Academic Medicine Anonymous 68(6):139-70
1993 Proceedings of the AAMC'S Consensus Conference on the Use of Standardized Patients in the Teaching and Evaluation of Clinical Skills Academic Medicine Anonymous 68(6):437-83
1993 Highlights of Group Discussion of Technical Issues of SP Application Academic Medicine Anonymous 68(6):461-463
1998 Standardized patients' can combat practice variations. Capitation Management Report Anonymous 87-89
2001 Peer review: new program helps rehabilitate problem physicians. Hospital Peer Review Anonymous 26(9):117-119
2006 Mystery shoppers' can uncover ED weaknesses: 'patients' present unannounced, report findings. ED Management Anonymous
2010 ED simulation made 'real' with use of actors. ED Management Anonymous 22(7):80-81
2007 Simulated disaster helps hospital fine-tune its plan. Hospital Case Management Anonymous. 15(8):116-7
2013 A video feedback-based tobacco cessation counselling course for undergraduates-preliminary results. European Journal of Dental Education Antal M. Forster A. Zalai Z. et al 17(1):e166-72
2012 Impact of three alternative consultation training formats on self-efficacy and consultation skills of medical students. Medical Teacher Aper L. Reniers J. Koole S. Valcke M. Derese A 34(7):e500-7
2015 Should I prioritize medical problem solving or attentive listening?: the dilemmas and challenges that medical students experience when learning to conduct consultations. Patient Education & Counseling. Aper L. Veldhuijzen W. Dornan T. van de Ridder M. Koole S. Derese A. Reniers J. 98(1):77-84
2004 Influence of patient characteristics on doctors' questioning and lifestyle advice for coronary heart disease: a UK/US video experiment British Journal of General Practice Arber S. McKinley J. Adams A. et al 54:673-676
2013 The feasibility of standardized patient assessments as a best practice in an academic training program. Psychiatric Services Arbuckle MR. Weinberg M. Harding KJ. et al 64(3):209-11
1979 Approaches to Reliability In a Clinical Simulation Study Journal of Clinical Psychology Archer CO. Swearingen D. Kohler AT 35(1)130-139
2016 Student perception of improvement in communication and value in 2 interprofessional education delivery formats Nurse educator Arentsen A. Welsh D. Jones M. et al. 41(2), 90-92.
2011 Informing parents about the actual or impending death of their infant in a newborn intensive care unit. Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Nursing Armentrout D. Cates LA. 25(3):261-7
2010 An evaluation of the effect of an educational intervention for Australian social workers on competence in delivering brief cognitive behavioural strategies: a randomised controlled trial. BMC Health Services Research Armstrong G. Blashki G. Joubert L. Bland R. et al 10(304)
2016 Standardized Patients Provide a Reliable Assessment of Athletic Training Students' Clinical Skills Athletic Training Education Journal, Armstrong KJ. Jarriel AJ. 11(2), 88-94.
2009 Athletic training approved clinical instructors' reports of real-time opportunities for evaluating clinical proficiencies. Journal of Athletic Training Armstrong KJ. Weidner TG. Walker SE. 44(6):630-8
2015 Standardized patient encounters improved athletic training students' confidence in clinical evaluations Athletic Training Education Journal Armstrong KJ. Jarriel AJ. 10(2):113-121
2016 Simulating Four Essential Conversations with Hematology/Oncology Trainees: a Qualitative Evaluation Journal of Cancer Education Arnaoutakis K. Anders M. Berry K. 31(1), 55-62
1993 Assessing Competence in Clinical Ethics: Are we measuring the right behaviors? Journal of General Internal Medicine Arnold RM. 8(1):52-4
2015 The Critical Care Communication project: improving fellows' communication skills. Journal of Critical Care. Arnold RM. Back AL. Barnato AE. Prendergast TJ. Emlet LL. Karpov I. White PH. Nelson JE. 30(2):250-4
2006 Breaking bad news: learning through experience. Journal of Clinical Oncology (J CLIN ONCOL Arnold SJ. Koczwara B. 24(31):5098-5100
2002 Improving knowledge and communication through an advance directives objective structured clinical examination. Journal of Palliative Medicine Aronson SG. Kirby RW. 5(6):916-19
2015 Crisis management on surgical wards: a simulation-based approach to enhancing technical, teamwork, and patient interaction skills. Annals of Surgery. Arora S. Hull L. Fitzpatrick M. Sevdalis N. Birnbach DJ. 261(5):888-93
2014 Standardised clients as assessors in a veterinary communication OSCE: a reliability and validity study. Veterinary Record Artemiou E. Adams CL. Hecker KG et al 175(20):509
2013 Measuring the effectiveness of small-group and web-based training methods in teaching clinical communication: a case comparison study. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education Artemiou E. Adams CL. Vallevand A et al 40(3):242-51
2016 Factors shaping e-feedback utilization following electronic Objective Structured Clinical Examinations. Nursing & health sciences. Ashby SE. Snodgrass SH. Rivett DA. Russell T. 18(3):362-369
1979 The implementation of the clinical skills assessment programme into RPAH Lamp Ashton H. 36(10):15-7
2013 Pitfalls in training simulated patients to respond appropriately to questions from medical students in family history-taking activities: the current situation surrounding the training of simulated patients for learning activities at Nippon Medical School. Journal of Nippon Medical School = Nihon Ika Daigaku Zasshi Aso R. Inoue C. Yoshimura A. Shimura T. 80(1):57-62
2005 Which basic communication skills in medicine are learnt spontaneously and which need to be taught and trained? Medical Teacher Aspegren K and Lonberg-Madsen P. 27(6):539-43
2007 Comparison of medical student and physician assistant student scores over three years of standardized-patient assessments. Journal of Physician Assistant Education Asprey DP. Hegmann TE. Bergus GR 18(4):16-19
2010 ED simulation made 'real' with use of actors. ED Management Asuquo K 22(7):80-1
2016 Simulated consultations: a sociolinguistic perspective. BMC Medical Education, Atkins S. Roberts C. Hawthorne K. Greenhalgh T 16(1), 1.
2005 Recognizing biothreat diseases: realistic training using standardized patients and patient simulators. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice Atlas RM. Clover RD. Carrico R. et al 11(6):S143-6
2013 From qualitative data to GP training on CRC screening. Journal of Cancer Education Aubin-Auger I. Mercier A. Le Bel J. Bombeke K. Baruch D. Youssefian A. Lebeau JP. Le Trung T. Peremans L. Van Royen P. 28(3):439-43
2014 In situ pediatric trauma simulation: assessing the impact and feasibility of an interdisciplinary pediatric in situ trauma care quality improvement simulation program Pediatric Emergency Care Auerbach M. Roney L. Aysseh A. Gawel M. Koziel J. Barre K. Caty MG. Santucci K. 30(12):884-91
2005 Sources of validity evidence for an internal medicine student evaluation system: an evaluative study of assessment methods. Medical Education Auewarakul C. Downing SM. Jaturatamrong U. Praditsuwan R 39(3):276-83
2005 Item analysis to improve reliability for an internal medicine undergraduate OSCE. Advances in Health Sciences Education Auewarakul C. Downing SM. Praditsuwan R. Jaturatamrong U 10(2):105-13
2002 A Focused Breast Skills Workshop Improves the Clinical Skills of Medical Students Journal of Surgical Research Ault GT. Sullivan M. Chalabian J. Skinner KA 106, 303–307
2012 Validation of a new method for testing provider clinical quality in rural settings in low- and middle-income countries: the observed simulated patient. PLoS ONE [Electronic Resource] Aung T. Montagu D. Schlein K et al 7(1):e30196
2015 Improving the quality of paediatric malaria diagnosis and treatment by rural providers in Myanmar: An evaluation of a training and support intervention Malar J Aung T. Longfield K. Aye NM. Et al 14:397
2007 Evaluating the accuracy of pharmacy students' self-assessment skills. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Austin Z. Gregory PA 71(5):89
2008 "I just don't know what I'm supposed to know": Evaluating self-assessment skills of international pharmacy graduates in Canada. Research in Social & Administrative Pharmacy Austin Z. Gregory PA. Galli M. 4(2):115-124
2012 Implementing the objective structured clinical examination in a geriatrics fellowship program-a 3-year experience. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society Avelino-Silva TJ. Gil LA Jr. Suemoto CK. et al 60(7):1322-7
2009 Evaluation of a Web-based Teaching Module on Examination of the Hand The Journal of Rheumatology Averns H. Maraschiello M. van Melle E. Day A. 36(3):623-627
2010 Malaysian pharmacy students' assessment of an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE). American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Awaisu A. Abd Rahman NS. Nik Mohamed MH. et al 74(2):34
2007 Perception of pharmacy students in Malaysia on the use of objective structured clinical examinations to evaluate competence. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Awaisu A. Mohamed MH. Al-Efan QA. 71(6):118
2015 Motor function benefits of visual restoration measured in age-related cataract and simulated patients: Case-control and clinical experimental studies Scientific reports Ayaki M. Nagura T. Toyama Y. Negishi K. Tsubota K. 5
2006 A pilot study of the use of objective structural clinical examinations for the assessment of ophthalmology education. European journal of ophthalmology Aydin PP. 16(4):595-603
2001 Establishing the validity of test score inferences: performance of 4th-year U.S. medical students on the ECFMG Clinical Skills Assessment. Teaching & Learning in Medicine Ayers WRB. 13(4):214-20
2015 Patient-centered medical homes and access to services for new primary care patients Medical Care Aysola J. Rhodes KV. Polsky D. 53(10):857-62
2007 Twelve tips for creating trigger images for problem-based learning cases. Medical Teacher Azer SA. 29(2-3):93-97
2013 Can a brief two-hour interdisciplinary communication skills training be successful in undergraduate medical education?. Patient Education & Counseling Bachmann C. Barzel A. Roschlaub S et al 93(2):298-305
2004 Quality of primary care for sexually transmitted diseases in Durban, South Africa: influences of patient, nurse, organizational and socioeconomic characteristics. International Journal of STD & AIDS Bachmann MO. Colvin MS. Nsibande D. Connolly C. Curtis B. 15(6):388-94
2011 What patients value when oncologists give news of cancer recurrence: commentary on specific moments in audio-recorded conversations. Oncologist Back AL. Trinidad SB. Hopley EK. Arnold RM. Baile WF. Edwards KA. 16(3):342-50
2014 Reframing the goals of care conversation: "we're in a different place". Journal of Palliative Medicine Back AL. Trinidad SB. Hopley EK. Edwards KA. 17(9):1019-24
2010 How oncology fellows discuss transitions in goals of care: a snapshot of approaches used prior to training. Journal of Palliative Medicine Back AL. Michaelsen K. Alexander S. Hopley E. et al 13(4):395-400
2014 Blended learning approach improves teaching in a problem-based learning environment in orthopedics - a pilot study BMC Medical Education Back DA. Haberstroh N. Antolic A. Sostmann K. Schmidmaier G. Hoff E. 14:17
2007 Efficacy of communication skills training for giving bad news and discussing transitions to palliative care. Archives of internal medicine Back. A. L.. Arnold. R. M.. Baile. W. F.. Fryer-Edwards. K. A.. Alexander. S. C.. Barley. G. E.. ... & Tulsky. J. A. 167(5), 453-460.
2003 Standardised patients and teleconferencing for CME: combining innovative ideas. Medical Education Backstein D. Reznick R. 37(12):1066-67
1999 Physician-patient gender and the recognition and treatment of depression in primary care. Journal of Social Service Research Badger LW. Berbaum M. Carney PA. Dietrich AJ. Owen M. Stem JT. 25(3):21-39
1995 Stability of standardized patients' performance in a study of clinical decision making. Family Medicine Badger LW. deGruy F. Hartman J. Plant MA. Leeper J et al 27(2):126-31
1994 Patient presentation, interview content, and the detection of depression by primary care physicians. Psychosomatic Medicine Badger LW. DeGruy FV. Hartman J. Plant MA. 56(2):128-35
1994 Psychosocial interest, medical interviews, and the recognition of depression. Archives of Family Medicine Badger LW. deGruy FV. Hartman J. Plant MA. Leeper J. et al 3(10):899-907
1984 Clinical importance of pharmacist-obtained medication histories using a validated questionnaire American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy Badowski SA. Rosenbloom D. Dawson PH. 41:731-732
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