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Volume: 23

1. A Computer-Assisted Method of Storing and Processing Evaluations of Residens' Performance in their Training Program. Page:97—102
2. Main topic. Approaches to the Improvement of Undergraduate Clinical Training. For Further Improvement of Undergraduate Clinical Training. Final Report by the Committee on Undergraduate Clinical Training. Page:136—141
3. Main topic. Approaches to the Improvement of Undergraduate Clinical Training. Clinical Practice of Medical Students. present and future. Page:142—146
4. Main topic. Approaches to the Improvement of Undergraduate Clinical Training. Requisites for the Change from Bed-side Teaching to Clinical Clerkship in Medical School. Page:147—150
5. Main topic. Approaches to the Improvement of Undergraduate Clinical Training. Clinical Clerkship for Medical Students in U.S.A. Page:151—154
6. Curriculum Evaluation by Students and Curriculum Development: Supplement (1984-1989). Page:155—160
7. Educational Effect of Introduction of an Objective Test into a Public Health Course. Page:165—170
8. On the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law. A Report of the Society's Special Conference "On the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law". New University Chartering Standards Law and Renovation of Education at Uni Page:193—198
9. On the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law. A Report of the Society's Special Conference "On the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law": Main Points of the Innovation and a Case of Fukuoka University as Taking i Page:199—206
10. On the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law. The Program for the Educational Reform of Tohoku University School of Medicine. Page:207—213
11. On the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law. A Trial to Innovate Educational Environment at Nihon University School of Medicine. Page:214—219
12. On the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law. New Curriculum for Medical Education in Tokai University. Page:220—222
13. On the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law. Proposal of New Curriculum and its Problem in Kobe University. Page:223—226
14. On the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law. Conception of University "Credit System". Change from Time System to Credit System in Medical Specialized Education. Page:231—235
15. On the Innnovation of the University Chartering Standards Law. A Report on the Workshop for Self-evaluation and Self-development Promoted by the Japan Association of Private Colleges and Universities. Page:236—239
16. Evaluation of Nursing Practice Experience as an Early Clinical Exposure for First-year Medical Students. Page:240—244
17. Continuity between Undergraduate Clinical Clerkship and Postgraduate Clinical Training. Page:245—248
18. Our Visit to Sweden. Page:249—251
19. Introductory Remarks Page:192—192
20. On the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law: The Universities' Responses. 1. An Eye on Six-year Medical Education-The Jikei University School of Medicine. Page:340—342
21. Estimation of Individual Factor Scores Based on Entrance Examination Data. Page:10—14
22. An Evaluation of an Introductory Course in Medicine and an "Early Exposure" Program at Akita University after the First Year Trial. Page:15—22
23. Postgraduate Ambulatory Care Training Needs in Practicing Internal Medicine. Page:23—28
24. Time-Study Method to Monitor the Activity of Residents in the Hospital. Page:3—9
25. Relationship between Methods and Difficulty of Entrance Examinations in National and Public Medical Schools. Page:33—36
26. Setting the Pass Level for Examinations Using A Modified Ebel's Method. Page:37—40
27. An Attempt at Using the Problem-solving Approach to Teaching Preventive Medicine by the Student-lecture Method. Page:358—362
28. First-year Medical Student Self-Evaluation and Instructor-Evaluation of Social Welfare Practices. Page:363—366
29. Questionnaire Items for Lecture Evaluations by Students (1990). Application of Multivariate Analysis. Page:371—378
30. Agreement in the Subjective Scoring by 4 Teachers. Concerning Oral Presentations. Page:379—385
31. Undergraduate Clinical Clerkship Abroad Program at the University of Tsukuba, School of Medicine. Page:387—391
32. Correlation between Difficulty Gaining Admission to Private Medical Schools and the Passing-ratio of the National Examination for Physicians' License. Page:41—44
33. Role of Education in Affectivity in Medical Education. Page:45—49
34. Continuing Medical Education in Universities. Questionnaire Analysis of Present Status. (The 2nd Report). Page:50—54
35. Role-Play at Subcommittee Meetings for Informed Consent in Medical Students' Seminars Across the Country. Page:55—56
36. Experience as a Sports Medicine Student at McMaster University and Other Institutions in North America. Page:118—120
37. Educational Improvement through Student Curriculum Evaluation with Special Reference to Field Practices (1984-1990). Page:66—72
38. Development of a Computer-Aided Learning System in Medicine. A New Media to Replace Medical Textboooks. Page:73—79
39. Agreement in the Subjective Scoring of 4 Teachers. Concerning Reports Related to Field Practices. Page:80—87
40. Speculation Concerning the Correlation between Attendance at Lectures and the Scores of Medical Students on a Computer Quiz. Page:88—92
41. Pathology Education in Medical School in Japan. 1990 Inquiry. Page:173—178
42. Female Medical Students and Physicians in John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, N.S.W., Australia. Page:179—182
43. Introductory Remarks Page:135—135
44. On the Innovation of the University Chartering Standards Law: The Universities' Responses. 1. The Innovation of the Educational Program of St. Marianna University School of Medicine: Preliminary Report. Page:343—347
45. Two Documents of Medical Education Programs to be Referred in Relation to the Revision of the University Chartering Standards. Page:348—350
46. A Statistical Study of the Relationship between Personality Inventory and Academic Grades. Page:351—357
47. Truth-telling and Palliative Care. Experience in the Elective Program at McMaster University, Canada. Page:57—60
48. Trial Student Evaluation of the Didactic Lectures of One Instructor (1990). Page:103—109
49. A Comparison of Simple True-false Questions and Completion-type Questions on the Same Content. Page:110—117