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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.
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
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.
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.
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.
2016 Joint Training Simulation Exercises: Missed Elements in Prehospital Patient Handoffs Clinical Simulation in Nursing Alfes CM. & Reimer A 12(6), 215-218.
2016 The USMLE Step 2 CS: Time for a Change Medical Teacher Alvin M.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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
2016 Simulated consultations: a sociolinguistic perspective. BMC Medical Education, Atkins S. Roberts C. Hawthorne K. Greenhalgh T 16(1), 1.
2016 How to maintain equity and objectivity in assessing the communication skills in a large group of student nurses during a long examination session, using the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). Nurse education today Bagnasco A. Tolotti A. Pagnucci N. et al 38, 54-60.
2016 Honoring Diversity: Developing Culturally Competent Communication Skills Through Simulation Journal of Nursing Education, Bahreman NT. Swoboda SM. 55(2), 105-108.
2016 SANE-A-PALOOZA: logistical development and implementation of a clinical immersion course for sexual assault nurse examiners Journal of Forensic Nursing Baker J. Kelly PJ. Carlson K. Colbert S. Cordle C. Witt JS 12(4), 176-182.
2016 Broadening the reach of standardized patients in nurse practitioner education to include the distance learner. Nurse educator Ballman K. Garritano N. Beery T. 41(5), 230-233
2016 A simulation-based curriculum to introduce key teamwork principles to entering medical students BMC Medical Education, Banerjee A. Slagle JM. Mercaldo ND. Et al. 16(1), 295.
2016 What makes a good children's doctor? Exploring the child perspective in the OSCE setting Medical Teacher Bardgett RJM. Darling JC. Webster E. Kime N 38:471-475
2016 Evaluating Isolation Behaviors by Nurses Using Mobile Computer Workstations at the Bedside Computers, informatics, nursing: CIN. Beam EL. Gibbs SG. Hewlett AL. et al. 34(9):387-392
2016 Standardized patients versus simulated patients in medical education: are they the same or different. Journal of Emergency Practice and Trauma Beigzadeh A. Bahmanbijri B. Sharifpoor E. Rahimi M. 2(1), 25-28.
2016 Fellow use of medical jargon correlates inversely with patient and observer perceptions of professionalism: results of a rheumatology OSCE (ROSCE) using challenging patient scenarios Clin Rheumatol Berman JR. Aizer J. Bass AR. et al. 35: 2093.
2016 An Innovative Approach to Staffing a Simulation Center in a College of Health Professions Journal of Nursing Education Berro EA. Knoesel JM. 55(1), 53-55.
2016 Use of Simulation to Gauge Preparedness for Ebola at a Free-Standing Children's Hospital. Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of The Society for Medical Simulation Biddell EA. Vandersall BL. Bailes SA. Et al. 11(2):94-9
2016 Simulation training to support healthcare professionals to meet the health needs of people with intellectual disabilities Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities Billon G. Attoe C. Marshall-Tate K. Et al. 10(5), 284-292.
2016 Translating medical documents improves students’ communication skills in simulated physician-patient encounters BMC medical education Bittner A. Bittner J. Jonietz A. Dybowski C. Harendza S. 16(1), 1.
2016 Changes in Physical Therapist Students' Self-Efficacy for Physical Activity Counseling Following a Motivational Interviewing Learning Module Journal of Physical Therapy Education Black B. Lucarelli J. Ingman M. Briskey C. 30(3)
2016 Do Standardized Patients Have Concerns About Students Not Captured by Traditional Assessment Forms? Teaching and Learning in Medicine Blatt B. Plack M. Simmens S. et al 28(4)
2016 Using Interactive Video-Based Teaching to Improve Nursing Students' Ability to Provide Patient-Centered Discharge Teaching Journal of Nursing Education Blazeck AM. Katrancha E. Drahnak D. Sowko LA. Faett B. 55(5), 296-299.
2016 Health literacy in transitions of care: an innovative objective structured clinical examination for fourth-year medical students in an internship preparation course. Journal of general internal medicine Bloom-Feshbach K. Casey D. Schulson L. Et al. 31(2), 242-246.
2016 Home Care Simulation to Teach Culturally Based Competencies in End-of-Life Care. Journal of Nursing Education Bobianski K. Aselton P. Cho KS. 55(1): 49-52
2016  Reliability of the ECHOWS Tool for Assessment of Patient Interviewing Skills Physical Therapy Boissonnault JS.  Evans K.  Tuttle N.  Hetzel SJ.  Boissonnault WG. 96(4):443-55
2016 Health history taking with volunteer patients Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal Bonnamy J. Walker L. 24(3), 31.
2016 Inter-rater Agreement on Final Competency Testing Utilizing Standardized Patients Journal of allied health Bowman DH. Ferber KL. Sima AP. 45(1), 3-7
2016 Comparison of clinical vignettes and standardized patients as measures of physiotherapists’ activity and work recommendations in patients with non-specific low back pain Clinical rehabilitation Brunner E. Probst M. Meichtry A. Luomajoki H. Dankaerts W. 30(1), 85-94.
2016 An analysis of nursing students’ decision-making in teams during simulations of acute patient deterioration of advanced nursing, Bucknall TK. Forbes H. Phillips NM. Et al. 72(10), 2482-2494.
2016 A Brief Boot Camp for 4th-Year Medical Students Entering into Pediatric and Family Medicine Residencies. Cureus Burns R. Adler M. Mangold K. Trainor J. 8(2):e488
2016 Tools to assess behavioral and social science competencies in medical education: A systematic review Academic Medicine Carney PA. Palmer RT. Miller MF. Et al. 91(5), 730-742
2016 Feasibility of Augmented Reality in Clinical Simulations: Using Google Glass With Manikins JMIR Medical Education Chaballout B. Molloy M. Vaughn J. Brisson III R. Shaw R 2(1).
2016 In the minds of OSCE examiners: Uncovering hidden assumptions. Advances in Health Sciences Education Chahine. S. Holmes. B, Kowalewski. Z. 21:609-625
2016 Outpatient Advance Care Planning Internal Medicine Resident Curriculum: Valuing Our Patients’ Wishes Journal of palliative medicine Chan D. Ward E. Lapin B. et al. 19(7), 734-745.
2016 A low-cost, tablet-based option for prehospital neurologic assessment. American Academy of Neurology Chapman SN
2016 Reporting guidelines for health care simulation research: extensions to the CONSORT and STROBE statements Advances in Simulation Cheng A. Kessler D. Mackinnon R. et al. 1(1), 25
2016 Does student performance on preclinical OSCEs relate to clerkship grades? Medical Education Online Chima M. & Dallaghan GB. 21
2016 Clinical Education In psychiatric mental health nursing: Overcoming current challenges. Nurse education today Choi H. Hwang B. Kim S. et al. 39, 109-115.
2016 Educational interventions to train healthcare professionals in end-of-life communication: a systematic review and meta-analysis BMC Medical Education Chung HO. Oczkowski SJ. Hanvey L. Mbuagbaw L. You JJ. 16:131
2016 The value of SPaCE in delivering patient feedback. The clinical teacher. Clapham L. Allan L. Stirling K. 13(1):23-27
2016 Comparison of communication skills between trained and untrained students using a culturally sensitive nurse-clinet communication Nurse Education Today Claramita M. Tuah R. Riskione P. et al 36:236-241
2016 Testing the Validity of Primary Care Physicians' Self-Reported Acceptance of New Patients by Insurance Status Health services research. Coffman JM. Rhodes KV. Fix M. Bindman AB 54(4):1515-1532
2016 A Nephrology Fellows' Communication Skills Course: An Educational Quality  Improvement Report American Journal of Kidney Diseases Cohen RA. Jackson VA. Norwich D. Et al. 68(2):203-11
2016 Do faculty benefit from participating in a standardized patient assessment as part of rater training? A qualitative study Academic Medicine Conforti LN. Ross KM. Holmboe ES. Et al 91(2):262-71
2016 Trait-agreeableness influences individual reactions to a physician's affiliative behavior in a simulated bad news delivery Health Communications Cousin G. Mast MS. 11(3)320-237
2016 Evaluating Validity Evidence for USMLE Step 2 Clinical Skills Data Gathering and Data Interpretation Scores: Does Performance Predict History-Taking and Physical Examination Ratings for First-Year Internal Medicine Residents?. Academic Medicine, Cuddy MM. Winward ML. Johnston MM. Lipner RS. Clauser BE. 91(1), 133-139
2016 Sequential testing in a high stakes OSCE: Determining number of screening tests Medical teacher Currie GP. Sivasubramaniam S. Cleland J. 38(7), 708-714.
2016 Breaking Bad News: A Small-Group Learning Module and Simulated Patient Case for Preclerkship Students. MedEdPORTAL Publications. Cvengros JA. Behel JM. Finley E. et al. 12:10505.
2016 Development of a decision support system for the practice of responsible self-medication International journal of clinical pharmacy da Rocha CE. Lessa FA. Venceslau DO. Et al. 38(1), 152-161
2016 A randomized evaluation of motivational interviewing training for mandated implementation of alcohol screening and brief intervention in trauma centers Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment Darnell D. Dunn C. Atkins D. Ingraham L. Zatzick D. 60:36-44
2016 The impact of training informal health care providers in India: A randomized controlled trial Science Das J. Chowdhury A. Hussam R. Banerjee AV. 354(6308), aaf7384
2016 The outcome of interprofessional education: Integrating communication studies into a standardized patient experience for advanced practice nursing students Nurse Education in Practice Defenbaugh N. Chikotas NE. 16(1), 176-181.
2016 Impact of immediate vs delayed feedback in a midwifery teaching activity with a simulated patient British Journal of Midwifery de Labrusse C. Ammann-Fiechter S. Eugenie K. Burn CL. 24(12)
2016 Medical Students' Attitudes Toward Non-Adherent Patients Before and After a Simulated Patient-Role Activity and Small-Group Discussion: Revisited Cureus DelPrete A. Giordano C. Castiglioni A. Hernandez C. 8(4).
2016 Do role-players affect the outcome of a high-stakes postgraduate OSCE, in terms of candidate sex or ethnicity? Results from an analysis of the 52,702 anonymised case scores from one year of the MRCGP clinical skills assessment. Education for Primary Care Denney M. Wakeford R. 27(1), 39-43
2016 Identifying facilitators and barriers for patient safety in a medicine label design system using patient simulation and interviews. Journal of patient safety Dieckmann P. Clemmensen MH. Sørensen TK. Et al. 12(4), 210-222
2016 Pilot Evaluation of a Communication Skills Training Program for Psychiatry Residents Using Standardized Patient Assessment Academic Psychiatry Ditton-Phare P. Sandhu H. Kelly B. Kissane D. Loughland C 40(5), 768-775.
2016 High-fidelity simulation in undergraduate nursing education: A review of simulation reviews Clinical Simulation in Nursing Doolen J. Mariani B. Atz T. Horsley TL. Et al 12(7), 290-302.
2016 Standardized patient simulation versus didactic teaching alone for improving residents’ communication skills when discussing goals of care and resuscitation: A randomized controlled trial. Palliative Medicine Downar J. McNaughton N. Abdelhalim T. et al.
2016 Influence of conversation technique seminars on the doctoral therapeutic attitude in doctor–patient communication Wiener klinische Wochenschrift Drdla S. Löffler-Stastka H. 128(15-16), 555-559.
2016 Pelvic and breast examination skills curricula in United States medical schools: a survey of obstetrics and gynecology clerkship directors BMC Medical Education Dugoff L. Pradhan A. Casey P. et al. 16(1), 314.
2016 A standardized patient methodology to assess cognitive–behavioral therapy (CBT) skills performance: Development and testing in a randomized controlled trial of web-based training Training and Education in Professional Psychology Edwards KS. Parish SJ. Rosen RC. Et al. 10(3), 149.
2016 Pilot-Study Exploring Time for Simulation in Academic and Hospital-Based Organizations Clinical Simulation in Nursing, Eisert S. Geers J. 12(9), 361-367.
2016 Developing a Simulation-Based Training Program for the Prehospital Professionals and Students on the Management of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. Simulation in Healthcare Elcin M. Onan A. Odabasi O. et al. 11(6), 394-403.
2016 Differences in Physicians' Verbal and Nonverbal Communication With Black and White Patients at the End of Life Journal of pain and symptom management, Elliott AM. Alexander SC. Mescher CA. Mohan D. Barnato AE. 51(1), 1-8.
2016 Integrating 360° behavior-orientated feedback in communication skills training for medical undergraduates: concept, acceptance and students’ self-ratings of communication competence BMC Medical Education Engerer C. Berberat PO. Dinkel A. et al. (1), 271.
2016 Extent of dispensing prescription-only medications without a prescription in community drug retail outlets in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: a simulated-patient study. Drug Healthcare & Patient Safety Erku DA.  Mekuria AB.  Surur AS.  Gebresillassie BM. 8:65-70
2016 Discovering eHealth Technology: An Innovative Interprofessional Graduate Student Learning Expereince Nursing Informatics 2016: EHealth for All: Every Level Collaboration–From Project to Realization Estes K. Gilliam E. Knapfel S. et al 225-242
2016 Promoting Patient-Centered Counseling to Reduce Use of Low-Value  Diagnostic Tests: A Randomized Clinical Trial JAMA Internal Medicine Fenton JJ.  Kravitz RL.  Jerant A. et al. 176(2):191-7
2016 Cumulative Risk on the Oxytocin Receptor Gene (OXTR) Predicts Empathic Communication by Physician Assistant Students Health Communication Floyd K. Generous MA. Clark L. McLeod I. Simon A. 1-7
2016 Piloting the feasibility of head-mounted video technology to augment student feedback during simulated clinical decision-making: An observational design pilot study Nurse education today Forbes H. Bucknall TK. Hutchinson AM. 39, 116-121.
2016 Interprofessional communication in healthcare: An integrative review Nurse Education in Practice Foronda C. MacWilliams B. McArthur E. 19, 36-40.
2016 Evaluating the practice of Iranian community pharmacists regarding oral contraceptive pills using simulated patients Pharmacy Practice Foroutan N. Dabaghzadeh F 14(4).
2016 Nursing Students' Perceptions of a Hearing Voices Simulation and Role-Play: Preparation for Mental Health Clinical Practice. Journal of Nursing Education Fossen P. Stoeckel PR 55(4), 203-208.
2016 Using virtual patients to teach empathy: a randomized controlled study to enhance Medical Students’ Empathic Communication Society for Simulation in Healthcare Foster A. Chaudhary N. Kim T. et al 11(3):181-189
2016 Using Geriatric Standardized Patients and Technology to Teach Counseling and Health Science Students How to Work Interprofessionally Adultspan Journal Fowler C. Hoquee K. 15(1), 25-37.
2016 Development of an Emergency Medicine Simulation Fellowship Consensus Curriculum: Initiative of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Simulation Academy Academic Emergency Medicine Frallicciardi A. Vora S. Bentley S. et al. 23(9), 1054-1060.
2016 A Brief Course on Clinical Communication Skills: A MultiCentered Study Acta Médica Portuguesa, Franco C. Franco R. Severo M. Ferreira MA. 29(12), 809-818.
2016 Using medical mannequins to train nurses in stroke swallowing screening. Dysphagia Freeland TR. Pathak S. Garrett RR. Anderson JA. Daniels SK. 31(1), 104-110.
2016 Comparison of simulated, foreignpatient interviews with and without Skype assisted language interpretation Journal of Osaka Dental University Fujita J. Okamura T. Komasa S. et al. 50(2), 73-77.
2016 The Modified, Multi-patient Observed Simulated Handoff Experience (M-OSHE): Assessment and Feedback for Entering Residents on Handoff Performance Journal of general internal medicine Gaffney S. Farnan JM. Hirsch K. McGinty M. Arora VM 31(4), 438-441.
2016 Improving Communication and Resolution Following Adverse Events Using a Patient-Created Simulation Exercise. Health Services Research Gallagher T. Etchegaray J. Thomas E. et al. 51, 2537-2549
2016 A systematic review: Children & Adolescents as simulated patients in health professional education. Advances in Simulation Gamble A. Bearman M. Nestel D. 1(1), 1.
2016 Innovative integrative bedside teaching model improves tutors’ self-assessments of teaching skills and attitudes Medical education online, Gat I. Pessach-Gelblum L. Givati G. et al. 21
2016 A Pilot Study to Gauge Effectiveness of Standardized Patient Scenarios in Assessing General Surgery Milestones Journal of Surgical Education Gee DW. Phitayakorn R. Khatri A. et al. 73(6), e1-e8
2016 Using standardized patients in enhancing undergraduate students' learning experience in mental health nursing Nurse Education Today Goh YS. Selvarajan S. Chng. ML. Tan CS. Yobas P. 45:167-172
2016 The show must go on? Patients, props and pedagogy in the theatre of the OSCE Medical Education Gormley GJ. Hodges BD. McNaughton N. Johnston JL. 50(12), 1237-1240
2016 PrOPS–enhancing character development using performing arts pedagogy BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning Gough S. Greene L. Gibson J. 2:Suppl 1 A8-A9
2016 Increasing the quality and value of involving simulated patients in simulation-based education, research and practice. Physiotherapy Gough S. Greene L. Natali A. et al. 102, e225-e226.
2016 The past, present, and future of simulation-based education for pediatric emergency medicine Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Grant VJ. Wolff M. Adler M. 17(3), 159-168
2016 A questionnaire identifying four key components of patient satisfaction with physician communication Patient education and counseling. Grayson-Sneed KA. Dwamena FC. Smith S. Laird-Fick HS. Freilich L. Smith RC
2016 EM Talk: communication skills training for emergency medicine patients with serious illness. BMJ Support Palliat Care. Grudzen CR. Emlet LL. Kuntz J et al 6(2):219-24
2016 Standardized patients' preferences for pharmacist interactive communication style: A mixed method approach Journal of the American Pharmacists Association Guirguis LM. Nusair MB. 56(2), 123-128
2016 Turkish Senior Nursing Students' Communication Experience With English-Speaking Patients Journal of Nursing Education Guvenc G. Unver V. Basak T. et al. 55(2), 73-81
2016 Undergraduate nursing students' subjective attitudes to curriculum for Simulation-based objective structured clinical examination Nurse education today Ha EH. 36, 11-17.
2016 Using the Pharmacist Interaction Tracking Tool for Capturing Student-Patient Interactions in Direct and Simulated Patient Care Activities. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Hall DL. Schonder KS. Pater KS. McGivney MS. Meyer SM. 80(6), 105.
2016 Clinically relevant correlates of accurate perception of patients’ thoughts and feelings Health communication Hall JA. Ship AN. Ruben MA. Et al. 30(5), 423-429
2016 Use of Standardized Patients to Enhance Simulation of Medication Administration Nurse educator Ham KL. 41(4),166–168
2016 Development and evaluation of the “BRISK Scale,” a brief observational measure of risk communication competence Patient education and counseling Han PK. Joekes K. Mills G. Et al. 99(12), 2091-2094
2016 The Effectiveness of Standardized Patient Simulation in Training Hospital Ethics Committees The Journal Of Clinical Ethics Harari D, Macauley RC 27(1) 14-20
2016 “Won't You Be My Patient?”: Preparing Theater Students as Standardized Patients Journal of Nursing Education Hart JA. Chilcote DR. 55(3), 168-171.
2016 Improving the non-technical ward round skills of medical students. British Journal of Hospital Medicine Harvey R. Murray K. McKenzie K. et al. 77(8), 481-484
2016 Using simulation to train orthopaedic trainees in non-technical skills: A pilot study World Journal of Orthopedics Heaton SR. Little Z. Akhtar K. Ramachandran M. Lee J. 7(8), 475.
2016 Does previous healthcare experience increase success in physician assistant training?. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants Hegmann T. Iverson K. 29(6), 54-56.
2016 Teaching communication skills to medical and pharmacy students through a blended learning course American journal of pharmaceutical education Hess R. Hagemeier NE. Blackwelder R. et al. 80(4), 64.
2016 A Process for Curricular Improvement Based on Evaluation of Student Performance on Milestone Examinations American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Hernick M. Hylton AC. Justice M. 80(9), 159.
2016 Professionalism Training For Surgical Residents: Documenting the Advantages of a Professionalism Curriculum  Annals of Surgery. Hochberg MS.  Berman RS.  Kalet AL.  Zabar S.  Gillespie C.  Pachter HL. 264(3):501-7
2016 The effects of an enhanced simulation programme on medical students' confidence responding to clinical deterioration. BMC Medical Education Hogg G. Miller D. 16:161
2016 Standardized Patients: Infusing Realism Into Simulation Scenarios Journal for Nurses in Professional Development Holtschneider ME 32(6), 321-322.
2016 A tool for assessing case history and feedback skills in audiology students working with simulated patients. International Journal of Audiology Hughes J. Wilson WJ. MacBean N. Hill AE. 55(12), 765-774
2016 Simulated patients versus seminars to train case history and feedback skills in audiology students: A randomized controlled trial., International Journal of Audiology Hughes, J., Wilson, W. J., MacBean, N., & Hill, A. E. 55(12), 758-764.
2016 Developing a Framework for Objective Structured Clinical Examinations Using the Nominal Group Technique American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Hussainy SY. Crum MF. White PJ. Et al. 80(9), 158.
2016 Evaluating community pharmacy practice in Qatar using simulated patient method: acute gastroenteritis management. Pharmacy Practice Ibrahim MI. Palaian S. Al-Sulaiti F. El-Shami S 14(4).
2016 Assessing clinical reasoning abilities of medical students using clinical performance examination Korean journal of medical education Im S. Kim DK. Kong HH. Roh HR. Oh YR. Seo JH. 28(1), 35
2016 Development, implementation, and evaluation of a mental rehearsal strategy to improve clinical performance and reduce stress: A mixed methods study Nurse education today Ignacio J. Dolmans D. Scherpbier A. Rethans JJ. Lopez V. Liaw SY. 37, 27-32.
2016 ‘The character rests heavily within me’: drama students as standardized patients in mental health nursing education Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing Jacobs AC. Jaarsveldt DE. 23(3-4), 198-206.
2016 Person-Oriented Approaches to Profiling Learners in Technology-Rich Learning Environments for Ecological Learner Modeling Journal of Educational Computing Research Jang EE. Lajoie SP. Wagner M. Xu Z. Poitras E. Naismith L. 0(0) 1–46
2016 Promoting interprofessional collaboration in oncology through a teamwork skills simulation programme. Journal of interprofessional care James TA. Page JS. Sprague J. 30(4), 539-541
2016 Patient Counseling Practices among Community Pharmacists in Qatar In Qatar Foundation Annual Research Conference Proceedings Javed B. Kheir N. Yousif A. No. 1, p. HBPP1645). Qatar: HBKU Press.
2016 Detecting the effects of physician training in self-care interviewing skills: Coding of standardized patient (SP) visit recordings versus SP post-visit ratings Patient Education and Counseling Jerant A. Hanson B. Kravitz RL. Et al. 100(2):367-371
2016 Training Primary Care Physicians to Employ Self-Efficacy-Enhancing Interviewing Techniques: Randomized Controlled Trial of a Standardized Patient Intervention Journal of general internal medicine Jerant A. Kravitz RL. Tancredi D. et al. 31(7):716–722
2016 Physician training in self-efficacy enhancing interviewing techniques (SEE IT): Effects on patient psychological health behavior change mediators Patient Education and Counseling Jerant A. Lichte M. Kravitz RL. Et al. 99(11), 1865-1872.
2016 Identifying educator behaviours for high quality verbal feedback in health professions education: literature review and expert refinement. BMC medical education Johnson CE. Keating JL. Boud DJ. Et al. 16(1), 96.
2016 Improving escalation of care: a double-blinded randomized controlled trial Annals of surgery Johnston MJ. Arora S. Pucher PH. Et al. 263(3), 421-426.
2016 An overview of research priorities in surgical simulation: what the literature shows has been achieved during the 21st century and what remains. The American Journal of Surgery, Johnston, M. J., Paige, J. T., Aggarwal, R. et al. 211(1), 214-225.
2016 Skills for Interviewing Adolescent Patients: Sustainability of Structured Feedback in Undergraduate Education on Performance in Residency. Journal of Graduate Medical Education Joukhadar N. Bourget G. Manos S. Mann K. Hatchette J. Blake K. Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 422-425.
2016 Comparison of Psychophysiological Stress in Physiotherapy Students Undertaking Simulation and Hospital-Based Clinical Education. Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of The Society for Medical Simulation Judd BK. Alison JA. Waters D. Gordon CJ. 11(4):271-7
2016 Impact of a multicomponent screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) training curriculum on a medical residency program Substance abuse Kalu N. Cain G. McLaurin-Jones T. et al. 37(1), 242-247
2016 Effects of Case Studies and Simulated Patients on Students' Nursing Care Plan. International journal of nursing knowledge, Karadag M. Caliskan N. Iseri O. 27(2), 87-94.
2016  Breaking Bad News in obstetrics: a randomized trial of simulation followed by debriefing or lecture  Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine. Karkowsky CE.  Landsberger EJ.  Bernstein PS.  Et al 29(22):3717-23
2016 Quality of assessment and counselling offered by community pharmacists and medication sale without prescription to patients presenting with acute cardiac symptoms: a simulated client study European journal of clinical pharmacology, Kashour TS. Joury A. Alotaibi AM.et al. 72(3), 321-328.
2016 An objective structured clinical exam to measure intrinsic CanMEDS roles.  Medical Education Online Kassam A. Cowan M. & Donnon T. 21
2016 Promoting the Development of Adaptive Expertise: Exploring a Simulation Model for Sharing a Diagnosis of Autism With Parents. Academic medicine: journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. Kawamura A. Mylopoulos M. Orsino A. Jimenez E. McNaughton N. 91(11):576–1581
2016 Simulation in Nursing Education-International Perspectives and Contemporary Scope of Practice. Journal of Nursing Scholarship Kelly MA. Berragan E. Husebø S. et al. 48(3): 312-321
2016 Improving and validating children’s nurses communication skills with standardized patients in end of life care. Journal of Child Health Care Kenny G. Cargil J. Hamilton C. Sales R. 20(2), 145-152
2016 Adolescent health care education and training: insights from Israel. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine & Health Kerem NC.  Hardoff D. 28(3):303-7
2016 Simulation for Operational Readiness in a New Freestanding Emergency Department: Strategy and Tactics Simulation in Healthcare Kerner Jr RL. Gallo K. Cassara M. D'angelo J. Egan A. Simmons JG. 11(5), 345.
2016 The Evaluation of Nursing Competency in a Simulation-based Assessment: Tool Development and Students’ Experiences. Asian Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Kiat TK. Palham S. Ignacio J. Et al 6(2):221-245
2016 Effects of team-based learning on problem-solving, knowledge and clinical performance of Korean nursing students. Nurse education today Kim HR. Song Y. Lindquist R. Kang HY. 38, 115-118.
2016 Effectiveness of simulation-based nursing education depending on fidelity: a meta-analysis BMC Medical Education Kim J. Park JH. Shin S. 16:152
2016 Developing authentic clinical simulations for effective listening and communication in pediatric rehabilitation service delivery Developmental neurorehabilitation King G. Shepherd TA. Servais M. Et al 19(5), 284-294
2016 Using interprofessional simulation to improve collaborative competences for nursing, physiotherapy, and respiratory therapy students Journal of Interprofessional Care King J. Beanlands S. Fiset V. et al 5:599-605
2016 Interdisciplinary Workshop to Increase Collaboration Between Medical Students and Standardized Patient Instructors in Teaching Physical Diagnosis to Novices. MedEdPORTAL Publications Kittisarapong T. Blatt B. Lewis K. Owens J. Greenberg L. http://dx.doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10411
2016 Simulation reframed Advances in Simulation Kneebone RL 1(1), 27.
2016 Simulation based training in a publicly funded home birth programme in Australia: A qualitative study Women and Birth Kumar A. Nestel D. Stoyles S. et al 29(1), 47-53.
2016 Teaching surgery residents the skills to communicate difficult news to patient and family members: a literature review Journal of palliative medicine Lamba S. Tyrie LS. Bryczkowski S. Nagurka R 19(1), 101-107.
2016 Beyond standard checklist assessment: Question sequence may impact student performance Perspectives on medical education LaRochelle J. Durning SJ. Boulet JR. et al. 5(2), 95-102.
2016 Cultural respect encompassing simulation training: being heard about health through broadband Journal of public health research Lau PM. Woodward-Kron R. Livesay K. Elliott K. Nicholson P. 5(1).
2016 Feasibility Study of Telementoring for Identifying the Appendix Using Smartphone-Based Telesonography Journal of digital imaging Lee Y. Kim C. Choi HJ. Kang B. Oh J. Lim TH. 1-8
2016 Critical conversations in gynecologic oncology: Pilot study of communication skills training for fellows and advanced practice providers Journal of Clinical Oncology Lefkowits C. Bevis KS. Carey E. Arnold R. Podgurski L 34:26 supp. 29
2016 Twelve tips for medical curriculum design from a cognitive load theory perspective. Medical teacher, Leppink J. Duvivier R. 1-6
2016 Predictors of physicians’ satisfaction with their management of uncertainty during a decision-making encounter with a simulated advanced stage cancer patient Patient education and counseling Libert Y. Canivet D. Ménard C. et al
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2015 An Introduction to Unexpected Grief for Pre-Licensure Nursing Students: A Simulation and Interprofessional Expert Panel Regarding Fetal Demise. Nursing education perspectives, Knight CC. Dailey KD. Currie ER 36(6), 414-416
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2015 Didactic Lecture Versus Interactive Workshop for Continuing Pharmacy Education on Reproductive Health A Randomized Controlled Trial. Evaluation & the health professions Javadi M. Kargar A. Gholami K. Hadjibabaie M. Rashidian A. Torkamandi H. Sarayani A 38(3), 404-418.
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