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    1. Carty, E; Neville, E; Pembroke, MA; Wade, WB
      A curriculum for SHO training - what is it and why has it changed?

      CLINICAL MEDICINE
    2. Levey, RE
      Sources of stress for residents and recommendations for programs to assistthem

      ACADEMIC MEDICINE
    3. Hasnain, M; Bordage, G; Connell, KJ; Sinacore, JM
      History-taking behaviors associated with diagnostic competence of clerks: An exploratory study

      ACADEMIC MEDICINE
    4. Tiernan, E; Kearney, M; Lynch, AM; Holland, N; Pyne, P
      Effectiveness of a teaching programme in pain and symptom management for junior house officers

      SUPPORTIVE CARE IN CANCER
    5. Yao, DC; Wright, SM
      The challenge of problem residents

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE
    6. Schull, MJ; Ferris, LE; Tu, JV; Hux, JE; Redelmeier, DA
      Problems for clinical judgement: 3. Thinking clearly in an emergency

      CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL
    7. Newbury-Birch, D; Walshaw, D; Kamali, F
      Drink and drugs: from medical students to doctors

      DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE
    8. Tyssen, R; Vaglum, P; Gronvold, NT; Ekeberg, O
      Factors in medical school that predict postgraduate mental health problemsin need of treatment. A nationwide and longitudinal study

      MEDICAL EDUCATION
    9. Firth-Cozens, J
      Interventions to improve physicians' well-being and patient care

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    10. Gerrity, MS
      Interventions to improve physicians' well-being and patient care: a commentary

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    11. Karstaedt, AS; Pantanowitz, L
      Occupational exposure of interns to blood in an area of high HIV seroprevalence

      SOUTH AFRICAN MEDICAL JOURNAL
    12. Al Bedaiwi, W; Driver, B; Ashton, C
      Recognizing stress in postgraduate medical trainees

      ANNALS OF SAUDI MEDICINE
    13. Tyssen, R; Vaglum, P; Gronvold, NT; Ekeberg, O
      Suicidal ideation among medical students and young physicians: a nationwide and prospective study of prevalence and predictors

      JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS
    14. Flett, A; Baker, M; Williams, J
      Formal education programmes for senior house officers: comparison of experience in three hospital specialties

      POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL JOURNAL
    15. Samuel, PR; Ranta, M
      A paediatric otolaryngology pre-admission assessment clinic audited

      JOURNAL OF LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY
    16. Boisaubin, EV; Levine, RE
      Identifying and assisting the impaired physician

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES
    17. Paisley, AM; Baldwin, P; Paterson-Brown, S
      Feasibility, reliability and validity of a new assessment form for use with basic surgical trainees

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY
    18. Turner, KJ; Brewster, SF
      Rectal examination and urethral catheterization by medical students and house officers: taught but not used

      BJU INTERNATIONAL
    19. Herzberg, J
      Can doctors self-manage stress?

      HOSPITAL MEDICINE
    20. Hand, CH
      Measuring satisfaction with hospital training: why we need a standardized national questionnaire

      HOSPITAL MEDICINE
    21. Cohen-Almagor, R
      Language and reality at the end of life

      JOURNAL OF LAW MEDICINE & ETHICS
    22. Kondo, DG; Bishop, FM; Jacobson, JA
      Residents' and patients' perspectives on informed consent in primary care clinics

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ETHICS
    23. Blades, DS; Ferguson, G; Richardson, HC; Redfern, N
      A study of junior doctors to investigate the factors that influence careerdecisions

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE
    24. Taylor, RE; Macdonald, R
      Education and training of senior house officers in clinical oncology departments

      CLINICAL ONCOLOGY
    25. Beltrami, EM; McArthur, MA; McGeer, A; Armstrong-Evans, M; Lyons, D; Chamberland, ME; Cardo, DM
      The nature and frequency of blood contacts among home healthcare workers

      INFECTION CONTROL AND HOSPITAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    26. Sulmasy, DP
      Should medical schools be schools for virtue?

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE
    27. Stewart, J; O'Halloran, C; Barton, JR; Singleton, SJ; Harrigan, P; Spencer, J
      Clarifying the concepts of confidence and competence to produce appropriate self-evaluation measurement scales

      MEDICAL EDUCATION
    28. Kilminster, SM; Jolly, BC
      Effective supervision in clinical practice settings: a literature review

      MEDICAL EDUCATION
    29. Jordan, T; Bradley, P
      A survey of basic life support training in various undergraduate health care professions

      RESUSCITATION
    30. Schneider, GW; Snell, L
      CARE: an approach for teaching ethics in medicine

      SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
    31. Ragavan, S; Schneider, H; Kloeck, WGJ
      Basic resuscitation - Knowledge and skills of full-time medical practitioners at public hospitals in Northern Province

      SOUTH AFRICAN MEDICAL JOURNAL
    32. Hamdorf, JM; Hall, JC
      Acquiring surgical skills

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF SURGERY
    33. Hutchinson, S; Andrzejowski, J; Birks, RJS
      The New Deal - a poor deal for service and training?

      ANAESTHESIA
    34. Sulmasy, DP
      What is an oath and why should a physician swear one?

      THEORETICAL MEDICINE AND BIOETHICS
    35. Law, H; Sloan, J
      Doctor's assistants - do we need them?

      JOURNAL OF ACCIDENT & EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    36. Dale, J; Williams, S
      Attitudes towards general practice land primary care: a survey of senior house officers in accident and emergency

      JOURNAL OF ACCIDENT & EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    37. Larkin, GL
      Evaluating professionalism in emergency medicine: Clinical ethical competence

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    38. Smith, LFP
      A pilot study of community-based training of hospital obstetric senior house officers

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE
    39. Stewart, J; O'Halloran, C; Harrigan, P; Spencer, JA; Barton, JR; Singleton, SJ
      Identifying appropriate tasks for the preregistration year: modified Delphi technique

      BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
    40. Cardozo, LJ; Afonso, NM; Aranha, ANF; Baker, MV; Eggly, SS; Mascarenhas, OAJ; Robertson, RS
      The ethics of information disclosure in HIV disease and cancer: a study ofmedical residents attitudes

      PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING
    41. Harrison, GA; Hillman, KM; Fulde, GWO; Jacques, TC
      The need for undergraduate education in critical care. (Results of a questionnaire to year 6 medical undergraduates, University of New South Wales and recommendations on a curriculum in critical care)

      ANAESTHESIA AND INTENSIVE CARE
    42. Hargreaves, DH
      Teacher development in hospital medicine and dentistry - Commentaries

      MEDICAL EDUCATION
    43. Thistlethwaite, JE; Jordan, JJ
      Patient-centred consultations: a comparison of student experience and understanding in two clinical environments

      MEDICAL EDUCATION
    44. Savulescu, J; Crisp, R; Fulford, KWM; Hope, T
      Evaluating ethics competence in medical education

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS
    45. McGowan, J; Graham, CA; Gordon, MWG
      Appointment of a Resuscitation Training Officer is associated with improved survival from in-hospital ventricular fibrillation/ventricular tachycardia cardiac arrest

      RESUSCITATION
    46. Kapur, N; Appleton, K; Neal, RD
      Sources of job satisfaction and psychological distress in GPs and medical house officers

      FAMILY PRACTICE
    47. Harden, RM
      Early postgraduate education and the strategy of the dolphins

      MEDICAL TEACHER
    48. Clack, GB
      A retrospective survey of medical specialty choice and job satisfaction ina sample of King's graduates who qualified between 1985/86 and 1989/90

      MEDICAL TEACHER
    49. Thistlethwaite, JE
      Integrating communication skills and history-taking

      MEDICAL TEACHER
    50. Angelos, P; DaRosa, DA; Derossis, AM; Kim, B
      Medical ethics curriculum for surgical residents: Results of a pilot project

      SURGERY
    51. Pring, CM; Singh, S
      Nationwide survey of basic surgical training and trainee satisfaction

      ANNALS OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF ENGLAND
    52. Peckett, WRC; Hicks, JS; Williamson, DM
      The effect of junior doctors' assistants on SHO workload

      ANNALS OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF ENGLAND
    53. Dale, J; Williams, S; Wellesley, A; Glucksman, E
      Training and supervision needs and experience: a longitudinal, cross-sectional survey of accident and emergency department senior house officers

      POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL JOURNAL
    54. Hampers, LC; Cha, S; Gutglass, DJ; Krug, SE; Binns, HJ
      The effect of price information on test-ordering behavior and patient outcomes in a pediatric emergency department

      PEDIATRICS
    55. Cheung, V; Critchley, LAH; Hazlett, C; Wong, ELY; Oh, TE
      A survey of undergraduate teaching in anaesthesia

      ANAESTHESIA
    56. SANDHU S; DRISCOLL P; NANCARROW J; MCHUGH D
      ANALGESIA IN THE ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT - DO SHOS HAVE THEKNOWLEDGE TO PROVIDE OPTIMAL ANALGESIA

      Journal of accident & emergency medicine
    57. MEEK S; KENDALL J; PORTER J; FREIJ R
      CAN ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY NURSE PRACTITIONERS INTERPRET RADIOGRAPHS - A MULTICENTER STUDY

      Journal of accident & emergency medicine
    58. CAMPBELL ML
      TEACHING MEDICAL-ETHICS IN CRITICAL CARE

      New horizons
    59. MATTHEWS KL; RUEDRICH SL; CHAN CH; MOHL PC
      MOONLIGHTING BY PSYCHIATRIC-RESIDENTS

      Academic psychiatry
    60. FIRTHCOZENS J
      INDIVIDUAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PREDICTORS OF DEPRESSION IN GENERAL-PRACTITIONERS

      British journal of general practice
    61. HAND CH; ADAMS M
      THE DEVELOPMENT AND RELIABILITY OF THE ROYAL-COLLEGE OF GENERAL-PRACTITIONERS QUESTIONNAIRE FOR MEASURING SENIOR HOUSE OFFICERS SATISFACTION WITH THEIR HOSPITAL TRAINING

      British journal of general practice
    62. CUNNINGHAM WF; HARRIGAN P; MORGAN DC; TURNER JP
      4 YEARS EXPERIENCE OF A SENIOR HOUSE OFFICER ROTATION IN GENERAL MEDICINE INCLUDING GENERAL-PRACTICE

      British journal of general practice
    63. ROBERTON DM
      SHIFTS IN OPPORTUNITIES FOR DOCTORS IN-TRAINING

      BMJ. British medical journal
    64. O'Connor, M; Kelleher, C
      Do doctors benefit from their profession? a survey of medical practitioners' health promotion and health safety practices

      IRISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
    65. JORDAN S; HUGHES D
      USING BIOSCIENCE KNOWLEDGE IN NURSING - ACTIONS, INTERACTIONS AND REACTIONS

      Journal of advanced nursing
    66. ROLFE IE; GORDON J; ATHERTON S; PEARSON S; KAY FJ; FARDELL SD
      A SYSTEM FOR MAINTAINING THE EDUCATIONAL AND TRAINING STANDARDS OF JUNIOR DOCTORS

      Medical education
    67. Calder, J
      Survey research methods

      MEDICAL EDUCATION
    68. MITCHELL HE; HARDEN RM; LAIDLAW JM
      TOWARDS EFFECTIVE ON-THE-JOB LEARNING - THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PEDIATRIC TRAINING GUIDE

      Medical teacher
    69. WENGER NS; LIU HH; LIEBERMAN JR
      TEACHING MEDICAL-ETHICS TO ORTHOPEDIC-SURGERY RESIDENTS

      Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume
    70. DAVIES H; HANMER O; HUTCHINSON L; RAFFLES A
      AN ANALYSIS OF THE NEW EDUCATIONAL DEMANDS IN PEDIATRIC POSTGRADUATE TRAINING

      Archives of Disease in Childhood
    71. MCLAUCHLAN CAJ; JONES K; GULY HR
      INTERPRETATION OF TRAUMA RADIOGRAPHS BY JUNIOR DOCTORS IN ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS - A CAUSE FOR CONCERN

      Journal of accident & emergency medicine
    72. MCLEOD PJ; MEAGHER T; TAMBLYN RM; ZAKARIAN R
      ARE AMBULATORY CARE-BASED LEARNING-EXPERIENCES DIFFERENT FROM THOSE ON HOSPITAL CLINICAL TEACHING UNITS

      Teaching and learning in medicine
    73. BARCLAY S; TODD C; GRANDE G; LIPSCOMBE J
      HOW COMMON IS MEDICAL-TRAINING IN PALLIATIVE CARE - A POSTAL SURVEY OF GENERAL-PRACTITIONERS

      British journal of general practice
    74. BENBOW SM; JOLLEY D
      OLD-AGE PSYCHIATRISTS - WHAT DO THEY FIND STRESSFUL

      International journal of geriatric psychiatry
    75. GROSS EB
      GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PHYSICIAN STRESS - WHY THE DISCREPANT FINDINGS

      Women & health
    76. SULMASY DP; MARX ES
      ETHICS EDUCATION FOR MEDICAL HOUSE OFFICERS - LONG-TERM IMPROVEMENTS IN KNOWLEDGE AND CONFIDENCE

      Journal of medical ethics
    77. FIRTHCOZENS J; GREENHALGH J
      DOCTORS PERCEPTIONS OF THE LINKS BETWEEN STRESS AND LOWERED CLINICAL CARE

      Social science & medicine
    78. NALVEN LM; HOFKOSH D; FELDMAN H; KELLEHER K
      TEACHING PEDIATRIC RESIDENTS ABOUT EARLY INTERVENTION AND SPECIAL-EDUCATION

      Journal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics
    79. JOHANSEN A
      USING AUDIT TO IMPROVE SENIOR HOUSE OFFICER TRAINING

      Postgraduate medical journal
    80. OSHIRO AC; BEGUE RE; STEELE RW
      VARICELLA DISEASE AND TRANSMISSION IN PEDIATRIC HOUSE OFFICERS

      The Pediatric infectious disease journal
    81. CRAUSMAN RS; ARMSTRONG JD
      ETHICALLY BASED MEDICAL DECISION-MAKING IN THE INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT - RESIDENCY TEACHING STRATEGIES

      Critical care clinics
    82. GUNTUPALLI KK; FROMM RE
      BURNOUT IN THE INTERNIST-INTENSIVIST

      Intensive care medicine
    83. PAIN CH; AYLIN P; TAUB NA; BOTHA JL
      DEATH CERTIFICATION - PRODUCTION AND EVALUATION OF A TRAINING VIDEO

      Medical education
    84. ROBERTSON DW
      ETHICAL THEORY, ETHNOGRAPHY, AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DOCTORS AND NURSES IN APPROACHES TO PATIENT-CARE

      Journal of medical ethics
    85. MCPHEE SJ
      MAXIMIZING THE BENEFITS OF AUTOPSY FOR CLINICIAN AND FAMILIES - WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE

      Archives of pathology and laboratory medicine
    86. THAM KY; RICHMOND PW; EVANS RJ
      SENIOR HOUSE OFFICERS WORK ACTIVITIES IN AN ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

      Journal of accident & emergency medicine
    87. HALL DJ; WILLIAMS MJ; WASS AR
      LIFE-SUPPORT COURSES FOR ALL

      Journal of accident & emergency medicine
    88. SHALOM A; RIBAK J; FROOM P
      NEEDLESTICKS IN MEDICAL-STUDENTS IN HOSPITALS

      Journal of occupational and environmental medicine
    89. EDLICH RF; AGGARWAL M
      PHYSICIAN TRANSFORMATION FROM HERO TO LOVER

      Academic emergency medicine
    90. BLUMBERG ML; JOSEPH AM; FREEMAN JR
      A STRATEGY FOR IMPROVING THE SUPERVISION AND PERFORMANCE OF MOONLIGHTING RESIDENTS

      Academic medicine
    91. CUSHING AM; JONES A
      EVALUATION OF A BREAKING BAD-NEWS COURSE FOR MEDICAL-STUDENTS

      Medical education
    92. DIEKEMA DJ; SCHULDT SS; ALBANESE MA; DOEBBELING BN
      UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS TRAINING OF PRECLINICAL STUDENTS - IMPACT ON KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, AND COMPLIANCE

      Preventive medicine
    93. HAYNES DF; SCHWEDLER M; DYSLIN DC; RICE JC; KERSTEIN MD
      ARE POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS RELATED TO RESIDENT SLEEP-DEPRIVATION

      Southern medical journal
    94. PARSELL GJ; BLIGH J
      THE CHANGING CONTEXT OF UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL-EDUCATION

      Postgraduate medical journal
    95. SALTER R
      THE US RESIDENCY PROGRAM - LESSONS FOR PRE-REGISTRATION HOUSE OFFICEREDUCATION IN THE UK

      Postgraduate medical journal
    96. TOV N; RUBIN AH; LAVIE P
      EFFECTS OF WORKLOAD ON RESIDENTS SLEEP DURATION - OBJECTIVE DOCUMENTATION

      Israel journal of medical sciences
    97. RAMIREZ AJ; GRAHAM J; RICHARDS MA; CULL A; GREGORY WM; LEANING MS; SNASHALL DC; TIMOTHY AR
      BURNOUT AND PSYCHIATRIC-DISORDER AMONG CANCER CLINICIAN

      British Journal of Cancer
    98. GRINER PF
      RESIDENCY OVERWORK AND CHANGING PARADIGMS OF SERVICE

      Annals of internal medicine
    99. RUEDRICH S; MATTHEWS K; CHAN C; MOHL P
      PSYCHIATRIC RESIDENT MOONLIGHTING - A REVIEW AND MODEST PROPOSAL

      Academic psychiatry
    100. MOORE JK; NEITHERCUT WD; MELLORS AS; MANNING D; MAKIN CA; JONES H; ALMAN RJ; ALBACHARI M
      MAKING THE NEW-DEAL FOR JUNIOR DOCTORS HAPPEN

      BMJ. British medical journal


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