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Tobacco intervention training: current efforts and gaps in US medical schools.
Creating student awareness to improve cultural competence: creating the critical incident.
Reliability of a Smoking Cessation Risk Factor Interview Scale (SCRFIS) for use with standardized patient instructors.
Medical students' attitudes toward underserved patients: a longitudinal comparison of problem-based and traditional medical curricula.
Cultivating patient-centered communication skills training across the medical education continuum: a model for practice.
The compelling need for cross-cultural medical education.
Implementing smokeless tobacco instruction into medical student education: addressing the gap.
Commentary: ambiguity and uncertainty: neglected elements of medical education curricula?
Helping medical learners recognise and manage unconscious bias toward certain patient groups.
Applying theory to the design of cultural competency training for medical students: a case study.
Training and evaluating tobacco-specific standardized patient instructors.
Curriculum and clinical training in oral health for physicians and dentists: report of panel 2 of the Macy study.
Development of an asset map of medical education research activity.
A longitudinal comparison of pharmacy and medical students' attitudes toward the medically underserved.
Commentary: Identifying attitudes towards empathy: an essential feature of professionalism.
Medical students' perceptions of their teachers' and their own cultural competency: implications for education.
Obesity educational interventions in U.S. medical schools: a systematic review and identified gaps.
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Interprofessional Education: What Measurable Learning Outcomes Are Realistic for the Physician Assistant Profession?