Medical Education

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Edited By: Kevin W. Eva

Impact Factor: 4.005

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 2/41 (Education Scientific Disciplines); 11/90 (Health Care Sciences & Services)

Online ISSN: 1365-2923

Associated Title(s): The Clinical Teacher

Virtual Issues

50 volumes of Medical Education

The more things stay the same, the more they change
Kevin W Eva
The editorial term of Sir John Ellis
Kevin W Eva
Setting the standard: Medical Education's first 50 years
Jaime C Rangel, Carrie Cartmill, Ayelet Kuper, Maria A Martimianakis and Cynthia R Whitehead
Revisiting ‘Measuring the process of solving clinical diagnostic problems
Arthur S Elstein
Revisiting ‘Performance rating scale for peer and self assessment
Vimmi Passi and Lesley Southgate
The editorial term of Professor Henry Walton (Volumes 10–31)
Kevin W Eva
Revisiting ‘Assessment of clinical competence using an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE)’
Ronald M Harden
Revisiting ‘The effect of assessments and examinations on the learning of medical students’
David Newble
Revisiting the ‘Essentials of problem-based learning’
Gerald C-H Koh
Revisiting ‘Foundations of problem-based learning: some explanatory notes'
Virginie F C Servant and Henk G Schmidt
Graham Buckley
Revisiting ‘Effectiveness of problem-based learning curricula: theory, practice and paper darts’
Geoffrey R Norman & Henk G Schmidt
Where Medical Education matters
John Bligh
Revisiting ‘Assessing professional competence: from methods to programmes’
Cees P M van der Vleuten
Reflections on our current history
Kevin W Eva
Interprofessional education: 50 years and counting
Jill Thistlethwaite
Simplifying education scholarship: new format requirements for publication success
Kevin W Eva

Special Sections:
The Cross-Cutting Edge
Medical Education in Review
When I say...

Thematic Issues:
Clinical Reasoning
Interprofessional Practice and Education
Technology Enhanced Learning

Guidance on Publishing:
Choosing Your Focus
Defining your evidence
Reviewing the Literature
Disseminating your results