Graduate Medical Education

ACGME Competencies

Patient Care

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Medical Knowledge

       Articles/Bibliographies

 

Interpersonal and Communication Skills

          Articles/Bibliographies

 

Professionalism

Online Resources

 

Articles/Bibliographies

Avoiding plagiarism, Self-plagiarism,and other questionable writing practices: a guide to ethical writing, Office of Research Integrity, Miguel Roig, PhD

 

Bibliography: Stess Management

http://www.texmed.org/Template.aspx?id=4619

Bibliography:  Practice Management http://www.thci.org/other_resources/TrainingReferences.html#practice

 

Professionalism in Medical Education: An Institutional Challenge. Goldstein, E, Maestas, R, Fryer-Edwards, K, Wenrich, M, Oelschlager, A, Baernstein, A, Kimball, Harry R.  Academic Medicine, 2006;81(10):871-876.
 

Perceptions of Professionalism In  Medicine: A Qualitative Study. Jha, V, Bekker, H, Duffy, S, Roberts, T. Medical Education, 2006;40:1027-1036.

Viewpoint: Teaching Professionalism: Is Medical Morality A Competency?  Academic Medicine, 2005;80(10):885-891.
 

Proto-Professionalism: How Professionalisation Occurs Across the Continuum of Medical Education.  S. Hilton, H. Slotnick.  Medical Education, 2005;39(1):58-65.
 

The Positive Role of Professionalism and Ethics Training in Medical Education: A Comparison of Medical Student and Resident Perspectives. L. Weiss Roberts, K. Green Hammond, C. Geppert, T. Warner.   Academic Psychiatry, 2004;28:170-182.
Assessment of Resident Professionalism Using High Fidelity Simulation of Ethical Dilemmas.  M. Gisondi, R. Smith-Coggins, P. Harter, R. Soltysek, P. Yarnold.  Academic Emergency Medicine, 2004;11(9):931-937. 
 

Decreasing GME Training Stress to Foster Residents' Professionalism.  D. Mareiniss.  Academic Medicine, 2004;79(9):825-831. 
 

Toward an Informal Curriculum That Teaches Professionalism.  A. Suchman, P. Williamson, D. Litzelman, R. Frankel, D. Mossbarger, T. Inui and the Relationship-centered Care Initiative Discovery Team.  Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2004; 19(5):501-504.
 

"Profession": A Working Definition For Medical Educators.  S. Cruess, S. Johnston, R. Cruess.  Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 2004;16(1):74-76.
 

Fostering Professionalism In Medical Education: A Call For Improving Assessment and Meaning Incentives.  W. Shrank, V. Reed, C. Jernstedt.  Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2004;19:887-892.
 

Assessing Professionalism: A Review Of The Literature.  D. Lynch, P. Surdyk, A. Eiser.  Medical Teacher, 2004;26(4):366-373.  
 

Defining and Evaluating Professionalism: A Core Competency For Graduate Emergency Medicine Education.  G. L. Larkin, L. Binder, D. Houry, J. Adams.  Academic Emergency Medicine, 2002;9(11):1249-1256.
 

Professionalism.  R. Welling, J. Boberg. Archives of Surgery, 2003;138(3): 262-264.
 

Fostering Professionalism: The Loyola Model.  M. Kuczewski, E. Bading, M. Langnein, B. Henry.  Cambridge Quaterly of Healthcare Ethics, 2003;12:161-166. 
The Other Side Of Professionalism: Doctor-to-Doctor.  J. Connelly.  Cambridge Quaterly of Healthcare Ethics, 2003;12:178-183.
 

Where Is The Virtue In Professionalism.  D. Doukas.  Cambridge Quaterly of Healthcare Ethics, 2003;12:147-154. 
 

Mapping, Modeling, and Mentoring: Charting A Course For Professionalism in Graduate Medical Education.  G. Larkin.  Cambridge Quaterly of Healthcare     Ethics, 2003;12:167-177. 

Overview of Ethical, Professional, and Legal Issues for Physicians' Relationships with Industry and the AMA Ethical Guidelines on Gifts to Physicians from Industry

 

        

 

Systems-Based Practice

 

Articles/Bibliographies

 

http://www.jefferson.edu/dhp/documents/ACGMEBib2005.pdf

Bibliography: Health Care System Overview

http://www.thci.org/other_resources/TrainingReferences.html#health%20care%20system

Addressing the Systems-based Practice Core Competency: A Simulation-based Curriculum.

Wang, EE. Vozenilek JA. Academic Emergency Medicine, 2005;12(12):1191-1194.

 

The Creation and Evaluation of a Systems-based Practice/Managed Care Curriculum In A Primary

Care Internal Medicine Residency Program. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine,

2005;72(9):296-299.

 

The Outcomes Card. Development of a Systems-Based Practice Educational Tool. A. Tomolo,

A. Caron, M. Perez, T. Fultz, D. Aron. Journal of General Internal Medicine,

2005; 20(8):769-771.

 

The Clinical Health Economics System Simulation (CHESS): A Teaching Tool For Systems-and

Practice-Based Learning. J. Voss, M. Nadkami, J. Shectman. Academic Medicine,

2005;80(2):129-134. 

 

Teaching Systems-Based Practice to Residents By Using Independent Study Projects. E. Allen, J.

Zerzan, C. Choo. D. Sherson, S. Saha. Academic Medicine, 2005;80(2):125-128.

Using Systems-based Practice To Integrate Education and Clinical Services. 

J. Dickey, D Girard, M. Geheb, C.Cassel. Medical Teacher, 2004; 26(5):428-34. 

An Evaluation of Emergency Medicine Resident Interaction Time With Faculty in Different Teaching

Venues. C. Chisholm, L. Whenmouth, E. Daly, W. Cordell, B. Giles, E. Brizendine. 

Academic Emergency Medicine, 2004;11:149-155.

 

A Systems-Based Practice Curriculum. A. Amin, L. Rucker. 

Medical Education, 2004;38(5):568-569.

 

Putting Systems-based Pracitce in the Medical School Curriculum. C. Kilgore. 

Medicine & Health, 2004, 54(4, Supplement):1-4.

 

A Curriculum in Systems-Based Care: Experiential Learning Changes in Student Knowledge and

Attitudes. M. O'Connell, M. Rivo, A. Mechaber, B. Weiss. Family Medicine (January supplement),

2004;3(6):S98-S104

 

Systems-Based Practice: The Sixth Core Competency. P. L. Dyne , R.W. Strauss, S. Rinnert. 

Academic Emergency Medicine, 2002;9(11):1270-1277. 

 

Assessing the ACGME General Competencies: General Considerations and Assessment Methods. 

S. Swing, PhD. Academic Emergency Medicine, 2002;9(11):1278-1288. 

 

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