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2016 OSCE circuit performance effects: Does circuit order influence scores? Medical Teacher Monteiro SD. Walsh A. Grierson LEM. 38(1):98-100
2016 Online Tobacco Cessation Training and Competency Assessment for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Practitioners: Protocol for the CAM Reach Web Study JMIR research protocols Muramoto ML. Howerter A. Eaves ER. Et al 5(1).
2016 Analysis of pharmacist–patient communication using the Roter Method of Interaction Process Analysis System. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy Nakayama C. Kimata S. Oshima T. Kato A. Nitta A. 12(2), 319-326
2016 Use of simulated patient approach to assess the community pharmacists’ knowledge of appropriate use of metered dose inhaler Journal of Basic and Clinical Pharmacy Nduka SO. Anetoh MU. Amorha KC. Henry OO. Okonta MJ. 7(4), 116
2016 Teaching the Female Breast and Pelvic Exam: A Student-and Patient-Centered Approach MedEdPORTAL Nelson EL. 12:10399
2016 Revisiting ‘The effect of assessments and examinations on the learning of medical students’. Medical education Newble D 50(5), 498-501.
2016 “Heidelberg standard examination” and “Heidelberg standard procedures”–Development of faculty-wide standards for physical examination techniques and clinical procedures in undergraduate medical education. GMS journal for medical education Nikendei C. Ganschow P. Groener JB. Et al 33(4).
2016 Students' Perceptions on an Interprofessional Ward Round Training–A Qualitative Pilot Study GMS Journal for Medical Education, Nikendei C. Huhn D. Pittius G. et al 33(2)
2016 Simulation for teaching orthopaedic residents in a competency-based curriculum: Do the benefits justify the increased costs? Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research Nousiainen MT. McQueen SA. Ferguson P. et al 474(4), 935-944.
2016 Delegate, collaborate, or consult? A capstone simulation for senior nursing students. Nursing education perspectives Nowell LS 37(1), 54-55.
2016 Improving Intimate Partner Violence Screening Through the Use of Standardized Patients Journal of obstetric, gynecologic, and neonatal nursing Nutt RJ. 45(3), S1.
2016 Observer roles that optimise learning in healthcare simulation education: A systematic review Advances in Simulation O’Regan S. Molloy E. Watterson L. Nestel D 1(1), 4.
2016 Access to Care for Youth in a State Mental Health System: A Simulated Patient Approach Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Olin SC.  O'Connor BC.  Storfer-Isser A.  Et al 55(5):392-9
2016 Teaching Electronic Health Record Communication Skills CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing Palumbo MV. Sandoval M. Hart V. Drill C. 34(6), 254-258.
2016 Differential Weighting for Subcomponent Measures of Integrated Clinical Encounter Scores Based on the USMLE Step 2 CS Examination: Effects on Composite Score Reliability and Pass-Fail Decisions. Academic medicine Park YS. Lineberry M. Hyderi A. et al. 91(11 ), S24.
2016 Inter-rater reliability and generalizability of patient note scores using a scoring rubric based on the USMLE Step-2 CS format Advances in Health Sciences Education Park YS. Hyderi A. Bordage G. Xing K. Yudkowsky R. 21(4), 761-773.
2016 Cultural competence and simulated patients. The clinical teacher Paroz S. Daele A. Viret F. et al 13:369-373
2016 Interprofessional Communication of Clinicians Using a Mobile Phone App: A Randomized Crossover Trial Using Simulated Patients. Journal of Medical Internet Research Patel B. Johnston M. Cookson N. King D. Arora S. Darzi A. 18(4):e79
2016 Can interprofessional communication be improved using a smartphone application? A randomised crossover trial using simulated patients. British Journal of Surgery Patel B. Johnston M. Cookson N. King D. Arora S 103, 86.
2016 Responding empathically to patients: Development, implementation, and evaluation of a communication skills training module for oncology nurses Patient Education & Counseling Pehrson C. Banerjee SC. Manna R. Et al. 99(4):610-6
2016 Playful simulations rather than serious games: medical simulation as a cultural practice Games and Culture Pelletier C. Kneebone R 11(4), 365-389.
2016 An Objective Structured Clinical Exam to Assess Semiology Skills of Medical Students Acta Médica Portuguesa Pereira VH. Morgado P. Gonçalves M. et al. 29(12), 819-825.
2016 Fool me once: The illusion of empathy in interactions with standardized patients. Medical Teacher Perrella A. 1-3
2016 The quality of feedback during formative OSCEs depends on the tutors’ profile BMC Medical Education Perron NJ. Louis-Simonet M. Cerutti B. et al 16(1), 293.
2016 Feedback in formative OSCEs: comparison between direct observation and video-based formats Medical Education Online Perron NJ. Louis-Simonet M. Cerutti B. et al. 21
2016 The power of the patient question: A secret shopper study Patient Education and Counseling Peters J. Desai K. Ricci D. et al 99(9), 1526-1533.
2016 Rapid Development and Deployment of Ebola Readiness Training Across an Academic Health System: The Critical Role of Simulation Education, Consulting, and Systems Integration. Simulation in Healthcare Phrampus, P. E., O’Donnell, J. M., Farkas, D., et al 11(2), 82-88
2016 Simulation-Based Learning in Healthcare Ethics Education Creative Education Pinar G. Peksoy S 7(01), 131
2016 The Benefits and Risks of Being a Standardized Patient: A Narrative Review of the Literature. The Patient-Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Plaksin J. Nicholson J. Kundrod S. et al 9(1):15-25
2016 Simulated Patients in Physical Therapy Education: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Physical Therapy Pritchard SA. Blackstock FC. Nestel D. Keating J. 96(9): 1342-1353
2016 Outcome of a four-hour smoking cessation counselling workshop for medical students Tobacco Induced Diseases Purkabiri K. Steppacher V. Bernardy K. et al 14(1), 37.
2016 The Role of Self- and Peer Assessment in Dental Students' Reflective Practice Using Standardized Patient Encounters. Journal of Dental Education Quick KK 80(8):924-9
2016 Recognizing patients’ emotions: teaching health care providers to interpret facial expressions Academic Medicine Ragsdale JW. Van Deusen R. Rubio D. Spagnoletti C. 91(9), 1270-1275
2016 Evaluation of Interprofessional Team Disclosure of a Medical Error to a Simulated Patient. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Ragucci KR. Kern DH. Shrader SP. 80(8), 138
2016 Large-scale multi-site OSCEs for national competency examination of medical doctors in Indonesia. Medical teacher Rahayu. G. R. Suhoyo. Y. Nurhidayah. R. et al 38: 801–807
2016 Rapid learning of adverse medical event disclosure and apology Journal of patient safety Raemer DB. Locke S. Walzer TB. Et al 12(3), 140-147.
2016 Suicide risk assessment: Clinicians’ confidence in their professional judgment Journal of Loss and Trauma Regehr C. Bogo M. LeBlanc VR. Baird S. Paterson J. Birze A 21(1), 30-46.
2016 Taking OSCE examiner training on the road: reaching the masses.  Medical Education Online Reid K. Smallwood D. Collins M. Sutherland R. & Dodds A. 21
2016 Choice, transparency, coordination, and quality among direct-to-consumer telemedicine websites and apps treating skin disease JAMA dermatology. Resneck JS. Abrouk M. Steuer M. et al 152(7):768-775.
2016 Psychometric characterization of the obstetric communication assessment tool for medical education: a pilot study International journal of medical education, Rodriguez AN. DeWitt P. Fisher J. Broadfoot K. Hurt KJ. 7, 168
2016 Development of Formative Capstone Simulations to Prepare Novice Students for Initial Clinical Practicum Journal of Nursing Education Ross JG. Bruderle E. Meakim CH. Willens JS. Holmwood JA 55(10), 587-589.
2016 Capturing readiness to learn and collaboration as explored with an interprofessional simulation scenario: A mixed-methods research study Nurse Education Today Rossler KL. Kimble LP 36, 348-353
2016 Designing and evaluating an interprofessional experiential course series involving medical and pharmacy students American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Rotz ME. Dueñas GG. Zanoni A. Grover AB. 80(5), 85.
2016 Using Simulation for Clinical Practice Hours in Nurse Practitioner Education in The United States: A Systematic Review Nurse education today Rutherford-Hemming T. Nye C. Coram C. 37, 128-135.
2016 Simulation-based assessments in health professional education: a systematic review Journal of multidisciplinary healthcare Ryall T. Judd BK. Gordon CJ. 9, 69
2016 Preparation Strategies of Osteopathic Medical Students for the COMLEX-USA Level 2-PE. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association Sandella JM.  Peters A.  Smith LL.  Gimpel JR. 116(4):234-42
2016 Development and Psychometric Analysis of a Tool to Evaluate Confederates Clinical Simulation in Nursing, Sanko JS. Shekhter I. Gattamorta KA. Birnbach DJ 12(11), 475-481.
2016 Using Standardized Patients in Nursing Education: Effects on Students' Psychomotor Skill Development Nurse Educator Sarmasoglu S.  Dinc L.  Elcin M. 41(2):E1-5
2016 Use of standardised patients to assess antibiotic dispensing for tuberculosis by pharmacies in urban India: a cross-sectional study The Lancet Infectious Diseases Satyanarayana S. Kwan A. Daniels B. et al 16(11), 1261-1268
2016 Interprofessional education using a palliative care simulation Nurse educator Saylor J. Vernoony S. Selekman J. Cowperthwait A. 41(3), 125-129.
2016 A new method for teaching physical examination to junior medical students. Advances in medical education and practice Sayma M. Williams HR. 7, 91.
2016 Applying positioning theory to examine interactions between simulated patients and medical students: a narrative analysis. Advances in Health Sciences Education Sargeant S. Mclean M. Green P. Johnson P 1-10
2016 Standardized Patients' Perspectives on Workplace Satisfaction and Work-Related Relationships: A Multicenter Study. Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of The Society for Medical Simulation Schlegel C. Bonvin R. Rethans JJ. Van der Vleuten C 11(4):278-85
2016 Variation in quality of urgent health care provided during commercial virtual visits JAMA internal medicine Schoenfeld AJ. Davies JM. Marafino BJ.et al 176(5), 635-642.
2016 Investigating the Primary Care Management of Low Back Pain: A Simulated Patient Study The Journal of Pain Shaheed CA. McFarlane B. Maher CG. Et al 17(1), 27-35.
2016 Standardized patient’s views about their role in the teaching-learning process of undergraduate basic science medical students. Journal of clinical and diagnostic research: JCDR Shankar PR. Dwivedi NR. 10(6), JC01.
2016 Simulation in pediatrics: Is it about time? Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia Shetty R. Thyagarajan S. 19(3), 505.
2016 Working as simulated patient has effects on real patient life–Preliminary insights from a qualitative study GMS Journal for Medical Education Simmenroth-Nayda A. Marx G. Lorkowski T. Himmel W. 33(3).
2016 Nursing Student Perceptions of Standardized Patient Use in Health Assessment Clinical Simulation in Nursing, Slater LZ. Bryant KD. Ng V. 12(9), 368-376.
2016 The development and preliminary validation of a rubric to assess medical students’ written summary statements in virtual patient cases. Academic Medicine Smith S. Kogan JR. Berman NB. Et al 91(1), 94-100.
2016 A low-cost, tablet-based option for prehospital neurologic assessment The iTREAT Study Neurology, Smith SNC. Govindarajan P. Padrick MM. et al 87(1),19–26
2016 Does hearing the patient perspective improve consultation skills in examinations? An exploratory randomized controlled trial in medical undergraduate education.  Medical Teacher Snow R. Crocker J. Talbot K. et al 38(12) 1229-1235
2016 Reporting achievement of medical student milestones to residency program directors: an educational handover Academic Medicine Sozener CB. Lypson ML. House JB. Et al 91(5), 676-684.
2016 Assessing musculoskeletal examination skills and diagnostic reasoning of 4th year medical students using a novel objective structured clinical exam BMC Medical Education Stansfield RB. Diponio L. Craig C. et al 16(1), 268
2016 A simulated night shift in the emergency room increases students’ self-efficacy independent of role taking over during simulation BMC Medical Education Stroben F. Schröder T. Dannenberg KA. Et al 16(1):1
2016 Nursing students' conception of clinical skills training before and after their first clinical placement: A quantitative, evaluative study Nurse education in practice Struksnes S. Engelien RI. 16(1), 125-132.
2016 Enhancing Shared Decision Making Through Carefully Designed Interventions That Target Patient And Provider Behavior Health Affairs Tai-Seale M. Elwyn G. Wilson CJ. Et al 35(4), 605-612.
2016 Participation of Patient Community Members in Communication Classes for Dental Students at Tokyo Dental College. The Bulletin of Tokyo Dental College Takahashi N. Yamamoto H. Murakami S. et al 57(3), 189-193
2016 Selecting and simplifying: Rater performance and behavior when considering multiple competencies. Teaching and learning in medicine, Tavares W. Ginsburg S. Eva KW. 28(1), 41-51.
2016 Instructional Simulation Integrates Research, Education, and Practice. Gerontol Geriatr Educ Teasdale TA. Mapes SA. Henley O. Lindsey J. Dillard D. 37(1):62-80
2016 A new strategy in nursing education: From hybrid simulation to clinical practice Nurse Education Today Terzioglu F. Yücel C. Koç G. et al. 39:104-108
2016 High-Fidelity Patient Simulation Increases Dietetic Students' Self-Efficacy Prior to Clinical Supervised Practice: A Preliminary Study. Journal of nutrition education and behavior, Todd JD. McCarroll CS. Nucci AM 48(8), 563-567.
2016 Reliability analysis of the objective structured clinical examination using generalizability theory.  Medical Education Online Trejo-Mejía JA. Sánchez-Mendiola M. Méndez-Ramírez I, Martínez-González A. 21
2016 The simulated clinical environment: Cognitive and emotional impact among undergraduates Medical Teacher Tremblay ML. Lafleur A. Leppink J. Dolmans DH 1-7
2016 Evaluating the objective structured long examination record for nurse education Journal of Nursing, Traynor M. Galanouli D. Rice B. Lynn F 25(12), 681-687.
2016 Assessment of surgery residents’ interpersonal communication skills: validation evidence for the Communication Assessment Tool in a simulation environment Journal of surgical education Trickey AW. Newcomb AB. Porrey M. et al 73(6), e19-e27.
2016 Speaking up: using OSTEs to understand how medical students address professionalism lapses. Medical Education Online Tucker CR. Choby BA. Moore A. Parker RS. 21
2016 Standardized Patient Encounters: Periodic Versus Postencounter Evaluation of Nontechnical Clinical Performance Simulation in Healthcare Turner TR. Scerbo MW. Gliva-McConvey GA. Wallace AM. 11(3), 164-172.
2016 Interprofessional training enhances collaboration between nursing and medical students: A pilot study Nurse Education Today Turrentine FE. Rose KM. Hanks JB. Et al 40:33-38
2016 The effects of using high-fidelity simulators and standardized patients on the thorax, lung, and cardiac examination skills of undergraduate nursing students Nurse Education Today Tuzer H. Dinc L. Elcin M. 45:120-125
2016 OP0146 Patterns of Clinical Assessment of General Practitioners When Facing A Patient Suspected for Spondyloarthritis; A Study with Unannounced Standardized Patients in Daily Practice Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases Van Onna M. Gorter S. Maiburg B. Waagenaar G. van Tubergen A. 75(Suppl 2), 111-111.
2016 Reflections on simulated learning experiences of occupational therapy students in a clinical skills unit at an institution of higher learning. South African Journal of Occupational Therapy van Vuuren S 46(3), 80-84
2016 Evaluation of the introduction of the OSCE to the fifth-year Geriatric Medicine Teaching Programme. Australasian Journal on Ageing. Vanlint A. Tam KL. Yu S. Visvanathan R.
2016 Exploring cultural and linguistic influences on clinical communication skills: a qualitative study of International Medical Graduates BMC Medical Education Verma A. Griffin A. Dacre J. Elder A. 16(1):1
2016 Using standardized patient encounters to teach longitudinal continuity of  care in a family medicine clerkship.   BMC Medical Education Vest BM.  Lynch A.  McGuigan D.  Et al 16(1):208
2016 Simulation-based training for residents in the management of acute agitation: a cluster randomized controlled trial Academic psychiatry Vestal HS. Sowden G. Nejad S. et al 1-6.
2016 Working with actors and non-actors as simulated patients: An advantage?. MedEdPublish Viret F. Vadot S. Morend L. Christen A. Bonvin R. 5
2016 An investigation of anatomical competence in junior medical doctors Anatomical sciences education Vorstenbosch MA. Kooloos JG. Bolhuis SM. Laan RF. 9(1), 8-17.
2016 Examining the Quality of Medicines at Kenyan Healthcare Facilities: A Validation of an Alternative Post-Market Surveillance Model That Uses Standardized Patients Drugs-Real World Outcomes Wafula F. Dolinger A. Daniels B. et al 1-11
2016 Teaching professionalism in graduate medical education: What is the role of simulation?. Surgery Wali E. Pinto JM. Cappaert M. Lambrix M. Blood AD. Blair EA. Small SD. 160(3), 552-564
2016 Four Successive Years of Trauma-Based Objective Structured Clinical Evaluations: What Have We Learned? Journal of surgical education Walker R. Phieffer LS. Bishop JY. 73(4), 648-654.
2016 Small-Group Standardized Patient Encounter Improves Athletic Training Students' Psychosocial Intervention and Referral Skills. Athletic Training Education Journal, Walker SE. Weidner TG. Thrasher AB 11(1), 38-44.
2016 The Empathy Enigma: Does It Still Exist? Comparison of Empathy Using Students and Standardized Actors Nurse Educator Ward J. 41(3), 134-138.
2016 Implementation of asthma guidelines to West Australian community pharmacies: an exploratory, quasi-experimental study BMJ open Watkins K. Trevenen M. Murray K. et al 6(8), e012369
2016 Improving healthcare for people with intellectual disabilities: the development of an evidence-based teaching programme Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities Watkins LV. Watkins LV. Colgate R. Colgate R. 10(6), 333-341.
2016 Three methods of delivering clinic-based training on syndromic management of sexually transmitted diseases in South Africa: a pilot study Sex Transm Infect Weaver MR. Pillay E. Jed SL. Et al 92:135-141
2016 Interprofessional orientation for health professionals utilising simulated learning: Findings from a pilot study Journal of interprofessional care Will KK. Stepanek J. Brewer KK. Colquist JA.et al 30(2), 254-256
2016 Are simulated patients effective in facilitating development of clinical competence for healthcare students? A scoping review Advances in Simulation Williams B. Song JJ. 1(1), 6.
2016 Assessment of Developmental Progress Using an Objective Structured Clinical Examination-Simulation Hybrid Examination for Obstetrics and Gynecology Residents Journal of surgical education Winkel AF. Gillespie C. Uquillas K. Zabar S. Szyld D. 73(2), 230-237.
2016 A comparative discourse study of simulated clinical roleplays in two assessment contexts: Validating a specific-purpose language test. Language Testing Woodward-Kron R. Elder C 33(2), 251-270
2016 Cleft Lip standardized patient examinations: the role in plastic surgery resident education The Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal Wright EJ. Khosla RK. Howell L. Luan A. Lee GK. 53(6), 634-639.
2016 Rhinoplasty Education Using a Standardized Patient Encounter Archives of Plastic Surgery Wright. E. J. Khosla. R. K. Howell. L. & Lee. G. K. 43(5), 451-456.
2016 Capturing judgement strategies in risk assessments with improved quality of clinical information: How nurses’ strategies differ from the ecological model BMC medical informatics and decision making, Yang H. Thompson C. 16(1), 1.
2016 Using standardized patients versus video cases for representing clinical problems in problem-based learning Korean journal of medical education Yoon BY. Choi I. Choi S. et al 28(2), 169-178.
2016 Simulating Patient Communication Strategies In a University of Washington training program, medical and speech-language faculty and students collaborate to prepare future physicians to treat people with communication disorders The ASHA Leader, Yorkston KM. Baylor CR. Burns MI. 21(3), 46-51.
2016 Students’ reflections on the relationships between safe learning environments, learning challenge and positive experiences of learning in a simulated GP clinic Advances in Health Sciences Education, Young JE. Williamson MI. Egan TG. 21(1), 63-77.
2016 Measuring cognitive load: mixed results from a handover simulation for medical students Perspectives on medical education Young JQ. Irby DM. Barilla-LaBarca ML. ten Cate O. O’Sullivan PS. 5(1), 24-32.
2016 Use of simulated patient method to teach communication with deaf patients in the emergency department Clinical Simulation in Nursing, Yuksel C. Unver V. 12(7), 281-289.
2016 Top 15 Tips on Becoming an Effective Medical Simulation Performer/Writer. Director Gen Med (Los Angeles) Zhang XC. Pasichow S. Bowler M. Lindquist D. 4(262), 2.
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.
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