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The future of medical student education in internal medicine.
Grade inflation in the internal medicine clerkship: a national survey.
Education, Medical, Undergraduate
Solutions to common problems in training learners in general internal medicine ambulatory settings.
SOAP-V: Introducing a method to empower medical students to be change agents in bending the cost curve.
A Chronic Disease Management Student-Faculty Collaborative Practice: Educating Students on Innovation in Health Care Delivery.
Grading Practices and Distributions Across Internal Medicine Clerkships.
Blueprint for an Undergraduate Primary Care Curriculum.
The Challenges of Teaching Ambulatory Internal Medicine: Faculty Recruitment, Retention, and Development: An AAIM/SGIM Position Paper.
SOAP to SOAP-V: A New Paradigm for Teaching Students High Value Care.
Competency-Based Medical Education in the Internal Medicine Clerkship: A Report From the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine Undergraduate Medical Education Task Force.
The State of Ambulatory Undergraduate Internal Medicine Medical Education: Results of the 2016 Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine Annual Survey.
Tackling the Problem of Ambulatory Faculty Recruitment in Undergraduate Medical Education: An AAIM Position Paper.
The Harvard Medical School Pathways Curriculum: Reimagining Developmentally Appropriate Medical Education for Contemporary Learners.
Early Adoption of the CMS Rule Change for Medical Student Documentation.
Corrigendum to "Tackling the Problem of Ambulatory Faculty Recruitment in Undergraduate Medical Education: An AAIM Position Paper" American Journal of Medicine 132(2019):10: 1242-1246.
Education Medical Undergraduate