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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 RankingsWilliam C. McGaghie, Jason A. ThompsonOct 2001 76: 985-992

2. Limitations on Residents’ Working Hours at New York Teaching Hospitals: A Status ReportTim JohnsonJan 2003 78: 3-8

3. The Challenge of Educating Physicians about Complementary and Alternative MedicineJanet KonefalSep 2002 77: 847-850

4. Taking Health Care Back: The Physician’s Role in Quality ImprovementElise C. Becher, Mark R. ChassinOct 2002 77: 953-962

5. There’s a Shortage of Specialists: Is Anyone Listening?Richard A. CooperAug 2002 77: 761-766

6. Assessing Professional Behavior: Yesterday, Today, and TomorrowLouise ArnoldJun 2002 77: 502-515

7. Assessing Students’ Performances in a Competency-based CurriculumStephen R. Smith, Richard H. Dollase, Judith A. BossJan 2003 78: 97-107

8. Research in Medical Education: What Do We Know about the Link between What Doctors Are Taught and What They Do?Michael E. WhitcombNov 2002 77: 1067-1068

9. Characteristics of Medical School Faculty Members Serving on Institutional Review Boards: Results of a National SurveyEric G. Campbell, Joel S. Weissman, Brian Clarridge, Recai Yucel, Nancyanne Causino, David BlumenthalAug 2003 78: 831-836

10. Teaching Professionalism to ResidentsEileen J. Klein, J. Craig Jackson, Lyn Kratz, Edgar K. Marcuse, Heather A. McPhillips, Richard P. Shugerman, Sandra Watkins, F. Bruder StapletonJan 2003 78: 26-34

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1. America’s Best Medical Schools: A Critique of the U.S. News & World Report RankingsWilliam C. McGaghie, Jason A. ThompsonOct 2001 76: 985-992

2. Limitations on Residents’ Working Hours at New York Teaching Hospitals: A Status ReportTim JohnsonJan 2003 78: 3-8

3. The Challenge of Educating Physicians about Complementary and Alternative MedicineJanet KonefalSep 2002 77: 847-850

4. Taking Health Care Back: The Physician’s Role in Quality ImprovementElise C. Becher, Mark R. ChassinOct 2002 77: 953-962

5. There’s a Shortage of Specialists: Is Anyone Listening?Richard A. CooperAug 2002 77: 761-766

6. Assessing Students’ Performances in a Competency-Based CurriculumStephen R. Smith, Richard H. Dollase, Judith A. BossJan 2003 78: 97-107

7. Teaching Professionalism to ResidentsEileen J. Klein, J. Craig Jackson, Lyn Kratz, Edgar K. Marcuse, Heather A. McPhillips, Richard P. Shugerman, Sandra Watkins, F. Bruder StapletonJan 2003 78: 26-34

8. Rediscovering the Medical SchoolRobert T. WatsonJul 2003 78: 659-665

9. Feedback and Reflection: Teaching Methods for Clinical SettingsWilliam T. Branch, Anuradha ParanjapeDec 2002 77: 1185-1188

10. Insurgent Multiculturalism: Rethinking How and Why We Teach Culture in Medical EducationDelese WearJun 2003 78: 549-554

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1. Assessing Professional Behavior: Yesterday, Today, and TomorrowLouise ArnoldJun 2002 77: 502-515

2. Characteristics of Medical School Faculty Members Serving on Institutional Review Boards: Results of a National SurveyEric G. Campbell, Joel S. Weissman, Brian Clarridge, Recai Yucel, Nancyanne Causino, David BlumenthalAug 2003 78: 831-836

3. Effectiveness of Problem-based Learning Curricula: Research and TheoryJerry A. ColliverMar 2000 75: 259-266

4. 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”Brenda L. BeaganJun 2003 78: 605-614

5. The Teaching of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in U.S. Medical Schools: A Survey of Course DirectorsJames J. Brokaw, Godfrey Tunnicliff, Beat U. Raess, Dale W. SaxonSep 2002 77: 876-881

6. Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in Medical Education: Perspectives Gained by a 14-School StudyLois 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. WitzkeDec 2002 77: 1226-1234

7. A Comparison of Critical Thinking in Groups of Third-Year Medical Students in Text, Video, and Virtual PBL Case ModalitiesCarol Kamin, Patricia O’Sullivan, Robin Deterding, Monica YoungerFeb 2003 78: 204-211

8. Assessing Quality and Costs of Education in the Ambulatory Setting: A Review of the LiteratureJudith L. Bowen, David M. IrbyJul 2002 77: 621-680

9. The Risks and Implications of Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Resident PhysiciansSteven K. Howard, David M. Gaba, Mark R. Rosekind, Vincent P. ZarconeOct 2002 77: 1019-1025

10. Educational Benefits of Diversity in Medical School: A Survey of StudentsDean K. Whitla, Gary Orfield, William Silen, Carole Teperow, Carolyn Howard, Joan ReedeMay 2003 78: 460-466

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