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Volume: 13

1. How to Prepare the Essay-Type Examinations Page:10—12
2. Design of Multiple-Choice Qestions (MCQ) Page:13—21
3. A Comparison of Essay-Type Tests and Multiple-Choice Tests in Examinations of Physiology Page:22—24
4. How to Formulate Interpretive Type Questions Page:25—28
5. Problems in Writing Problem Solving Type Questions Page:29—31
6. Examination and Evaluation in an Integrated Curriculum Page:32—34
7. Examinations in Undergraduate Courses versus The National Examination for Physicians Page:35—37
8. Prospective Study on the Achievements of Students of Jichi Medical School from their Entrance Examination to The National Examination for Physicians Page:55—63
9. Results of ECFMG Examination-Comparison between Countries and Medical Schools Page:64—67
10. Technique of Interviewing Patients with Respiratory Diseases Page:68—72
11. Introduction: Basic Points to be Considered when Formulating Questions and Testing Students Page:7—9
12. The Integrated Medical Currriculum Page:73—78
13. Report of the Fourth International Workshop on Teaching Bedside Skills in Cardiology Page:79—80
14. Inquiry into the Results of YG Personality Inventory Administered to Medical School Students, Nurse School Students, and others Page:102—106
15. Four Years Experiences of Practical Exercise of Medical Team Care Page:107—112
16. The Master's Degree Course in Health Personnel Education (MHPEd Program) at The World Health Organization Western Pacific Regional Teacher Training Centre for Health Personnel (RTTC) Page:113—119
17. The Introduction of Social and Behavioral Sciences into the Medical Curricuum Page:120—128
18. Human-minded or Technique-oriented Medicine Page:96—98
19. Which Language as a Second Language in Medical Education? Page:99—101
20. Medical Education and Creativity Page:180—182
21. What is Creativity? Page:183—186
22. Medicine and Creativity Page:187—192
23. Measurement of Creativity Page:193—196
24. Creativity Viewad from Higher Nervous Activity Page:197—200
25. Increasing Emphasis on Community and Preventive Medicine Page:201—208
26. Validity of National Examination for Physicians Page:226—228
27. Statistical Analysis on the Present Status of National Examination for Physicians Page:229—237
28. A new Approach to Multiple-choice Questions Page:238—250
29. Are the Multiple Choice Questions Actually Objective? Page:251—255
30. Pass Criteria for National Examination for Phy-Sicians Page:256—257
31. Primary Care and National Examination for Physicians Page:258—263
32. Report of Workshop on “Toward Better Objective Assessment in Medical Education” Page:264—269
33. View Points of Nurses about Practical Exercise of Medical Team Care for Medical Students Page:279—283
34. The Summer Practical Exercise in Hospital Page:284—285
35. Experience with New Community-based Curriculum in Environmental Medicine Page:389—394
36. Simulation Exercise on Public Health Page:395—398
37. A New Approach to Multiple-choice Questions Page:399—406
38. Attitude Pattern of Medical Students Page:407—412
39. A Trial to Lecture on Medical Humanities Page:413—416
40. Subjective Fatigue of Night Class Trainees in School of Clinical Examination Techniques Page:417—421
41. Medical Education of Case Western Reserve University Page:423—426
42. Continuing Medical Education and its Problems Page:427—431
43. A Few Problems around Current Medical Education in the United States Page:432—434