PME Volume 9, Issue 3

May 2020 - jaargang 13
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Het tijdschrift publiceert sinds 2012 één doorlopend deel (volume) en nummer (issue) per jaar. Artikelen worden beschikbaar gesteld zodra ze klaar zijn om onnodige vertragingen bij het openbaar maken van de inhoud te voorkomen.

Artikelen in deze editie

Longitudinal resident coaching in the outpatient setting: A novel intervention to improve ambulatory consultation skills
  • AuteursRyan GraddyScott M. WrightStasia S. Reynolds
When will I get my paper back? A replication study of publication timelines for health professions education research
  • AuteursAnthony R. Artino Jr.Deanna N. Schreiber-GregoryLauren A. MaggioSteven J. DurningWilliam E. Bynum IV
Evidence-based medicine, shared decision making and the hidden curriculum: a qualitative content analysis
  • AuteursDawn StaceyDouglas ArchibaldEmélie BraschiFrance LégaréRoland Grad
Student perspectives on competency-based portfolios: Does a portfolio reflect their competence development?
  • AuteursA. Debbie C. JaarsmaAndrea Oudkerk PoolErik W. DriessenMarjan J. B. Govaerts
The sensemaking narratives of scientists working in health professions education scholarship units: The Canadian experience
  • AuteursBrittany EtmanskiLara VarpioStanley J. Hamstra
“The biggest barrier was my own self”: the role of social comparison in non-traditional students’ journey to medicine
  • AuteursJennifer ClelandKirsty AlexanderRachel Ball
When quick response codes didn’t do the trick
  • AuteursDirk BurkhardtGabrielle Walcott-BedeauKazzara RaeburnMark Clunes
“The storm has arrived”: the impact of SARS-CoV-2 on medical students
  • AuteursAkschaya VithyapathyBjoern ZanteJennifer M. KlasenSarah Burm
Correction to: Teaching health professionals how to tailor gender-affirming medicine protocols: A design thinking project
  • AuteursDavid Rojas GualdronKinnon R. MacKinnonEmail Kinnon R. MacKinnonLori E. RossStella L. Ng
Clinical educational scholarship: polarized or integrated?
  • AuteursAnita BerlinMartina KellySophie Park
Making the transition: A perspective from two PhDs in the US
  • AuteursKelsey LarsenTasha R. Wyatt
Getting to know our non-traditional and rejected medical school applicants
  • AuteursAnouk Wouters
COVID-19: a unique learning opportunity if the well-being of learners and frontline workers is adequately supported
  • AuteursPaul L. P. Brand
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