Changes in residents’ opportunities for experiential learning over time - Adam D. Peets interview
Seeks to quantify opportunities to gain clinical experience within medical-surgical intensive care units over time.
Development of knowledge in basic sciences: a comparison of two medical curricula - Zineb Nouns interview
This study compares the development and retention of knowledge in the basic medical sciences between students on the traditional and reformed undergraduate medical curricula, respectively.
Modelling the pre-assessment learning effects of assessment: evidence in the validity chain - Francois J. Cilliers interview
Focusing on a subset of assessment factor–learning effect associations, the aim was to determine whether uncommon associations were operational in a broader but similar population to that in which the model was initially derived.
Entering medical practice for the very first time: emotional talk, meaning and identity development - Esther Helmich interview
Asks how medical students give meaning to early clinical experiences and how that affects their professional identity development.
Vicarious learning during simulations - Karsten Stegmann & Matthias Siebeck interview
This study investigates whether the type of simulation-based learning, and the order in which these activities are carried out, have any effect on the acquisition of knowledge on effective doctor-patient communication strategies.
Payback time: the associations of debt and income with medical student career choice - Martha S. Grayson interview
Examines the relationships among debt, income and career choice by comparing students planning primary care careers with those aspiring to one of the 12 non-PC fields in which median income exceeds US$300 000.