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Most Frequently Accessed Articles, September 2002–2003∗

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∗These lists are based on the total number of times Academic Medicine online users accessed the abstracts and full-text of our published articles. The range of total accesses is 1,369 to 16,006. To view any of these articles online, go to (www.academicmedicine.org).

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  1. America’s Best Medical Schools: A Critique of the U.S. News & World Report Rankings
  2. William C. McGaghie, Jason A. Thompson
  3. Oct 2001 76: 985-992
  4. Limitations on Residents’ Working Hours at New York Teaching Hospitals: A Status Report
  5. Tim Johnson
  6. Jan 2003 78: 3-8
  7. The Challenge of Educating Physicians about Complementary and Alternative Medicine
  8. Janet Konefal
  9. Sep 2002 77: 847-850
  10. Taking Health Care Back: The Physician’s Role in Quality Improvement
  11. Elise C. Becher, Mark R. Chassin
  12. Oct 2002 77: 953-962
  13. There’s a Shortage of Specialists: Is Anyone Listening?
  14. Richard A. Cooper
  15. Aug 2002 77: 761-766
  16. Assessing Professional Behavior: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
  17. Louise Arnold
  18. Jun 2002 77: 502-515
  19. Assessing Students’ Performances in a Competency-based Curriculum
  20. Stephen R. Smith, Richard H. Dollase, Judith A. Boss
  21. Jan 2003 78: 97-107
  22. Research in Medical Education: What Do We Know about the Link between What Doctors Are Taught and What They Do?
  23. Michael E. Whitcomb
  24. Nov 2002 77: 1067-1068
  25. Characteristics of Medical School Faculty Members Serving on Institutional Review Boards: Results of a National Survey
  26. Eric G. Campbell, Joel S. Weissman, Brian Clarridge, Recai Yucel, Nancyanne Causino, David Blumenthal
  27. Aug 2003 78: 831-836
  28. Teaching Professionalism to Residents
  29. Eileen J. Klein, J. Craig Jackson, Lyn Kratz, Edgar K. Marcuse, Heather A. McPhillips, Richard P. Shugerman, Sandra Watkins, F. Bruder Stapleton
  30. Jan 2003 78: 26-34
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Articles

  1. America’s Best Medical Schools: A Critique of the U.S. News & World Report Rankings
  2. William C. McGaghie, Jason A. Thompson
  3. Oct 2001 76: 985-992
  4. Limitations on Residents’ Working Hours at New York Teaching Hospitals: A Status Report
  5. Tim Johnson
  6. Jan 2003 78: 3-8
  7. The Challenge of Educating Physicians about Complementary and Alternative Medicine
  8. Janet Konefal
  9. Sep 2002 77: 847-850
  10. Taking Health Care Back: The Physician’s Role in Quality Improvement
  11. Elise C. Becher, Mark R. Chassin
  12. Oct 2002 77: 953-962
  13. There’s a Shortage of Specialists: Is Anyone Listening?
  14. Richard A. Cooper
  15. Aug 2002 77: 761-766
  16. Assessing Students’ Performances in a Competency-Based Curriculum
  17. Stephen R. Smith, Richard H. Dollase, Judith A. Boss
  18. Jan 2003 78: 97-107
  19. Teaching Professionalism to Residents
  20. Eileen J. Klein, J. Craig Jackson, Lyn Kratz, Edgar K. Marcuse, Heather A. McPhillips, Richard P. Shugerman, Sandra Watkins, F. Bruder Stapleton
  21. Jan 2003 78: 26-34
  22. Rediscovering the Medical School
  23. Robert T. Watson
  24. Jul 2003 78: 659-665
  25. Feedback and Reflection: Teaching Methods for Clinical Settings
  26. William T. Branch, Anuradha Paranjape
  27. Dec 2002 77: 1185-1188
  28. Insurgent Multiculturalism: Rethinking How and Why We Teach Culture in Medical Education
  29. Delese Wear
  30. Jun 2003 78: 549-554
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Research Reports

  1. Assessing Professional Behavior: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
  2. Louise Arnold
  3. Jun 2002 77: 502-515
  4. Characteristics of Medical School Faculty Members Serving on Institutional Review Boards: Results of a National Survey
  5. Eric G. Campbell, Joel S. Weissman, Brian Clarridge, Recai Yucel, Nancyanne Causino, David Blumenthal
  6. Aug 2003 78: 831-836
  7. Effectiveness of Problem-based Learning Curricula: Research and Theory
  8. Jerry A. Colliver
  9. Mar 2000 75: 259-266
  10. Teaching Social and Cultural Awareness to Medical Students: “It’s All Very Nice to Talk about It in Theory, But Ultimately It Makes No Difference”
  11. Brenda L. Beagan
  12. Jun 2003 78: 605-614
  13. The Teaching of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in U.S. Medical Schools: A Survey of Course Directors
  14. James J. Brokaw, Godfrey Tunnicliff, Beat U. Raess, Dale W. Saxon
  15. Sep 2002 77: 876-881
  16. Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in Medical Education: Perspectives Gained by a 14-School Study
  17. Lois Margaret Nora, Margaret A. McLaughlin, Sue E. Fosson, Terry D. Stratton, Amy Murphy-Spencer, Ruth-Marie E. Fincher, Deborah C. German, David Seiden, Donald B. Witzke
  18. Dec 2002 77: 1226-1234
  19. A Comparison of Critical Thinking in Groups of Third-Year Medical Students in Text, Video, and Virtual PBL Case Modalities
  20. Carol Kamin, Patricia O’Sullivan, Robin Deterding, Monica Younger
  21. Feb 2003 78: 204-211
  22. Assessing Quality and Costs of Education in the Ambulatory Setting: A Review of the Literature
  23. Judith L. Bowen, David M. Irby
  24. Jul 2002 77: 621-680
  25. The Risks and Implications of Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Resident Physicians
  26. Steven K. Howard, David M. Gaba, Mark R. Rosekind, Vincent P. Zarcone
  27. Oct 2002 77: 1019-1025
  28. Educational Benefits of Diversity in Medical School: A Survey of Students
  29. Dean K. Whitla, Gary Orfield, William Silen, Carole Teperow, Carolyn Howard, Joan Reede
  30. May 2003 78: 460-466
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