Virtual Mentor. December 2003, Volume 5, Number 12.
December 2003 Contents
Professionalism in Medical Education
From the Editor
Professionalism Begins in Medical School
Educating for Professionalism
Offensive Music in the OR
Is There More to Medical School than Grades?
See One, Do One, Teach One: Competence versus Confidence in Performing Procedures
Student Role in Discussion of Diagnosis with Patients
Meaningful Assessment of Professional Competence in Medical School Curriculum
Identifying an Impaired Physician
Law, Policy, and Society
Limits to Peer Review Privilege
A Critical Review of Standardized Patient Examinations as Part of the USMLE
Medicine and Society
Memoirs of a Simulated Patient: What Physicians Can Learn from Actors
Op-Ed and Correspondence
Can Professionalism Be Taught?
Can You Teach Professionalism?...and If You Can, How?
History, Art, and Narrative
I Knew Too Much
Suggested Readings and Resources
About the Contributors
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