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Tutorial Examples:

The two examples used in the tutorial were adapted from programs related to health professions education appearing as published articles. For purposes of illustration we did not attempt to incorporate all aspects of the program into the examples. If the user is interested in reading the original articles, the citations are below.

Kalet, AL Janicik R, Schwartz M, Roses, D, Hopkins MA, Riles T. Teaching communication skills on the surgery clerkship. Med Educ Online [serial
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Littlefield J, Terrell C. Improving the quality of resident performance appraisals. Acad Med. 1997 Oct;72(10 Suppl 1):S45-7.


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