Medical Education April 2006; 49 (4)

Medical Education April 2006; 49 (4)

Sample titles:

  • Crafting the reflective lifelong learner: why, what and how
  • Using qualitative interviews within medical education research: why we must raise the ‘quality bar’ 
  • Perspectives on the scholarship of teaching
  • A plea for new psychometric models in educational assessment 
  • The qualitative research interview 
  • Undergraduate ethics teaching: revisiting the Consensus Statement 
  • Views, behaviours and perceived staff development needs of doctors and surgeons regarding learners in outpatient clinics 
  • The reliability and validity of a matrix to assess the completed reflective personal development plans of general practitioners 
  • Participants’ opinions on the usefulness of a teaching portfolio 
  • Students’ views of reflective learning techniques: an efficacy study at a UK medical school 


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