Chen, Frederick M.; Bauchner, Howard; Burstin, Helen
Academic Medicine, 2004
"The primary goal of medical education is to produce physicians who deliver high-quality health care. Recent calls for greater accountability in medical education and the development of outcomes research methodologies should encourage a new research effort to examine the effects of medical training upon clinical outcomes. The authors offer a research agenda that links medical education and quality of health care and give specific examples of potential research projects that would begin to examine that relationship. A proposed model of patient outcomes research in medical education recognizes the contributory effects of health care system-level factors as well as the continuum of medical education, process measures, and individual training and preparedness to deliver high-quality care. There exists an opportunity to create a research agenda in medical education outcomes research that is multidisciplinary, broad based, and focused on patient-centered outcomes."
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Adriana A. Beylefeld & Magdalena C. Struwig
Medical Teacher, 2007
|George Pariyo, et al|
|BMC International Health and Human Rights, 2011|
|Gregory Gordon, et al|
|Academic Medicine, 2006|
Andrew Walubo, Vanessa Burch, Paresh Parmar, Deshandra Raidoo, Mariam Cassimjee, Rudy Onia, Francis Ofei
Academic Medicine, 2003
Sean M Hammond, Margaret O'Rourke, Martina Kelly, Deirdre Bennett and Siun O'Flynn
BMC Medical Education, 2012
"The quality of the Educational environment is a key determinant of a student centred curriculum. Evaluation of the educational environment is an important component of programme appraisal. In order to conduct such evaluation use of a comprehensive, valid and reliable instrument is essential. One of most widely used contemporary tools for evaluation of the learning environment is the Dundee Ready Education Environment Measure (DREEM). Apart from the initial psychometric evaluation of the DREEM, few published studies report its psychometric properties in detail. The aim of this study was to examine the psychometric quality of the DREEM measure in the context of medical education in Ireland and to explore the construct validity of the device."
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|VC Burch, RC Nash, T Zabow, T Gibbs, L Aubin, B Jacobs, RJ Hift|
|Medical Education, 2005|
|Yvonne Steinert, Karen Mann, Angel Centeno, Diana Dolmans, John Spencer, Mark Gelula, David Prideaux|
|Medical Teacher, 2006|
|L van Lonkhuijzen, A Dijkman, J van Roosmalen, G Zeeman, A Scherpbier|
|BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 2010|
|Capacity Building for Research|
|Costing and Financing|
|Increasing Health Workforce|
|Information and Communication Technology|
|Medical Education Research|
|Monitoring and Evaluation|
|Policies and Regulations|
|Women and Medicine|
The Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI) is a coordinated effort led by the Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) and supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).