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Editorials of Steven L. Kanter, M.D.

Creator:   Journal Staff
Created:   6/26/2009
Contains:  56 items
This collection features the complete collection of editorials written by Steven L. Kanter, M.D. Dr. Kanter served as editor-in-chief of Academic Medicine from January 2008 through December 2012.

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We Must Continuously Tell the Story of Academic Medicine

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Realizing Full Potential

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The Importance of Teaching and Learning Moments

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Advancing the Education Mission

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The Need for More Sophisticated Simulation Applications to Teach and Assess Expert Judgment

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To Be There or Not To Be There: Is Attendance Really the Question?

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The Nursing Home as a Core Site for Educating Residents and Medical Students

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What Are the Most Revealing Interview Questions?

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Can We Improve Interprofessional Team-Based Patient Care Without Calling 9-1-1?

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Key Indicators in Academic Medicine

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2012 Question of the Year

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Medicine and the Arts Turns 20

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Proposals to Strengthen the Link Between Medical Education and Better Health for Individuals and Populations

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More on Faculty Issues in Academic Medicine

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On Physician Advocacy

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Faculty Career Progression

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Why Did You Order That CBC?

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Academic Health Centers and Comparative Effectiveness Research: Baggage, Buckets, Basics, and Bottles

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Above All, It Must Be Consulted

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Think With Your Head and With Your Heart

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Career Guidance and the Quality of the Dialogue

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2011 Question of the Year

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The History of Academic Medicine: A Notable Year

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Important Proposals for Education-Service Exchange Programs

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International Collaborations Between Medical Schools: What Are the Benefits and Risks?

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An Open Letter to New Medical Students

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AM Express

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Academic Medicine Begins ePub Ahead of Print

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Toward a Philosophy of Dealing with Unprofessional Conduct

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Case Studies in Academic Medicine

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A Silent Mentor

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A Letter to Those Who Read This Issue in 2110

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2010 Question of the Year

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Peace is Not Simply the Absence of War

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Take a Look at Academic Medicine’s New Web Site

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Understanding the Journal’s Impact

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An Issue of a Journal is More Than the Sum of Its Parts

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How to Win an Argument About the Senior Year of Medical School

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What is Your Threshold for Evidence to Treat?

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An Open Letter to All Graduating Medical Students

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The Future of Academic Medicine: What Can Academic Medicine Do About It?

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Happy Anniversary, Academic Medicine

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Ethical Approval for Studies Involving Human Participants: Academic Medicine’s New Policy

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2009 Question of the Year

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Thank You!

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Why We Need to Restore Primary Care Generalist Training as the Centerpiece of Federal Policy

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Does the Consistent Application of Criteria for Faculty Promotion Lead to Fair Decisions?

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Toward a Virtuous Cycle: The Changing Face of Academic Health Centers

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Toward Better Descriptions of Innovations

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Assuring the Integrity of Medical School Admission Decisions

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Aristotle’s Genome and the Future of Bioethics

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Toward a Sound Philosophy of Premedical Education

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Responding to the Challenge: Population Health Education for Physicians

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What Is Academic Medicine?

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Global Health is More Important in a Smaller World

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A “Grand Challenge” from the New Editor

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