An exploratory study of allied health students' experiences of electronic medical records during placements. Baysari, M. T., Wells, J., Ekpo, E., Makeham, M., Penm, J., Alexander, N., . . . McAllister, S. (2022). Applied Clinical Informatics, 13(2), 410-418.
Contemporary Australian socio-cultural factors and their influence on medical student rural career intent. Padley, J., Gonzalez-Chica, D., Worley, P., Morgan, K., & Walters, L. (2022). Australian Journal of Rural Health.
A pilot study of the generalizability of preclinical entrustment assessments in undergraduate medical education. Meyer, E. G., Boulet, J. R., Monahan, P. B., Durning, S. J., & Uijtdehaage, S. (2022). Academic Medicine, 97(4), 562-568.
Influence of rural clinical school experience and rural origin on practising in rural communities five and eight years after graduation. Seal, A. N., Playford, D., McGrail, M. R., Fuller, L., Allen, P. L., Burrows, J. M., Wright J.R., Bain‐Donohue, S., Garne, D.,; Major, L.G., Luscombe, G. M. (2022). Medical Journal of Australia, 216(11), 572-577.
Locally adapting generic rubrics for the implementation of outcome-based medical education: A mixed-methods approach. Kondo, T., Nishigori, H., & van der Vleuten, C. (2022). BMC Medical Education, 22(1) doi:10.1186/s12909-022-03352-4
Embedding a Coaching Culture into Programmatic Assessment. King, S. M., Schuwirth, L., & Jordaan, J. (2022). Education Sciences, 12(4).
Pre-clerkship EPA assessments: A thematic analysis of rater cognition. Meyer, E. G., Harvey, E., Durning, S. J., & Uijtdehaage, S. (2022). BMC Medical Education, 22(1).
Extending growth curves: a trajectory monitoring approach to identification and interventions in struggling medical student learners. Landoll, R. R., Bennion, L. D., Maranich, A. M., Hemmer, P. A., Torre, D., Schreiber-Gregory, D. N., Durning. S.J., Dong, T. (2022). Advances in Health Sciences Education.
“Supervisory Dyads’ Communication and Alignment Regarding the Use of Workplace-Based Observations: a Qualitative Study in General Practice Residency.” de Jonge, Laury P J W M, Floor N E Minkels, Marjan J B Govaerts, Jean W M Muris, Anneke W M Kramer, Cees P M van der Vleuten, and Angelique A Timmerman. BMC medical education. 22, no. 1 (2022).
“From Training to Education: Understanding and Responding to the Resuscitation Education Issues with Ideas and Theory.” Thompson, James. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice (2022)
“An International Study on the Implementation of Programmatic Assessment: Understanding Challenges and Exploring Solutions.” Torre, Dario, Lambert Schuwirth, Cees Van der Vleuten, and Sylvia Heeneman. Medical teacher. (2022): 1–10.
‘Everyone’s nice, but …’: A qualitative exploration of trainees' experiences of postgraduate geriatric medicine training in Australia. Rhodes, C., Lane, H., Kumar, K., & Etherton-Beer, C. (2021). Australasian Journal on Ageing.
New Insights About Military Interprofessional Healthcare Teams: Lessons Learned and New Directions From a Program of Research. L Varpio, K S Bader-Larsen, M K Hamwey, H S Meyer, A Artino, D F Cruthirds, S J Durning., Volume 186, Issue Supplement_3, November-December 2021, Military Medicine.
Leadership and Followership in Military Interprofessional Health Care Teams, E S Barry, K S Bader-Larsen, H S Meyer, S J Durning, L Varpio, Military Medicine, Volume 186, Issue Supplement_3, November-December 2021.
Perseverance: An Essential Trait of Military Interprofessional Healthcare Teams, H Meyer, S J Durning, K S Bader-Larsen, M Hamwey, L Varpio, Military Medicine, Volume 186, Issue Supplement_3, November-December 2021.
Military Interprofessional Healthcare Teams: Identifying the Characteristics That Support Success, L Varpio, K S Bader-Larsen, S J Durning, A Artino, M K Hamwey, D F Cruthirds, H S Meyer, Military Medicine, Volume 186, Issue Supplement_3, November-December 2021.
Professional identity formation-oriented mentoring technique as a method to improve self-regulated learning: A mixed-method study. Matsuyama, Y., Okazaki, H., Kotani, K., Asada, Y., Ishikawa, S., Lebowitz, A. J., . . . van der Vleuten, C. (2021). Asia Pacific Scholar.
Exploring typologies of consultation performance using authentic clinical experiences to support learning and assessment in postgraduate medical training, A Timmerman, M Oerlemans, C van der Vleuten, T Pawlikowska, P Ram, J Muris, Patient Education and Counseling,2021.
Imagining the future: Social connections and new methodologies. Wozniak, H, Philip, RL. Med Educ. 2022.
Reimagining Physician Development and Lifelong Learning: An Ecological Framework. Mazmanian, P, Cervero, R. & Durning, S. (2021). Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions.
"Marŋgithirri Guŋga’yunarawu Ga Guŋga’yunyarawu Marŋgithinyarawu Learning to Connect and Connecting to Learn: Preparing the Rural and Remote Allied Health Workforce through a Co‐created Student‐implemented Service in East Arnhem, Australia." Bird, Katrina, Kylie Stothers, Emily Armstrong, Eunice Djerrkŋu Marika, Murphy Dhayirra Yunupingu, Louise Brown, Susan Witt, Narelle Campbell, and Ruth Barker. The Australian Journal of Rural Health.
"The Incidence and Nature of Adverse Medical Device Events in Dutch Hospitals: A Retrospective Patient Record Review Study." Porte, Petra J, Marleen Smits, Lisanne M Verweij, Martine C De Bruijne, Cees P M Van Der Vleuten, and Cordula Wagner. Journal of Patient Safety.
"Knowledge to Action: A Scoping Review of Approaches to Educate Primary Care Providers in the Identification and Management of Routine Sleep Disorders." King, Svetlana, Raechel Damarell, Lambert Schuwirth, Andrew Vakulin, Ching Li Chai-Coetzer, and R Doug McEvoy. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine.
"Position Statement: Research and Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples in Rural Health Journals." Lock, Mark, Faye McMillan, Bindi Bennett, Jodie Lea Martire, Donald Warne, Jacquie Kidd, Naomi Williams, Paul Worley, Peter Hutten‐Czapski, and Russell Roberts. The Australian Journal of Rural Health.
"A Narrative Inquiry of Storytelling: A Learning Strategy for Nursing Students to Reflect on Their Interactions with Patients." Timpani, Susan, Linda Sweet, and Nina Sivertsen. Reflective Practice.