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Volume: 32

1. Pooling System for Multiple-Choice Questions for the National Examination for Medical Practitioners. Results of a Field Study in Japan. Page:13—18
2. Evaluation of Clinical Courses at Teaching Hospitals Outside of Osaka City University Hospital. Page:19—25
3. The Medical Ethics Education Curriculum Propose in the Undergraduate Medical Education. Page:3—6
4. Questionnaire Assessment of Training in the Use of Kampo Medicine in an Outpatient Clinic. Page:31—38
5. Effect on Undergraduate Medical Students of Exposure to a Summer Camp for Children with Asthma. Page:39—45
6. Practice in Medical Interviewing During Clinical Clerkship. Page:47—52
7. A Correlation between the Year Five Medical Students' Scores on Written Examinations of Clinical Sciences and the Scores on OSCE. Page:7—12
8. Congress Report: The 20th Annual Meeting of the Association for Surgical Education Page:53—55
9. Report of a Visit to Thomas Jefferson University Page:57—59
10. Effect of Repeated Training in Physical Examination with a New Cardiology Simulator for 1st-year Medical Residents Shortly after Receiving Medical Licenses. Page:107—111
11. How are Medical Ethics and Related Themes Treated among Practices of Social Medicine? Page:113—116
12. Evaluation of Individual Care of Patients by Medical Students for Attitude Education. Page:117—122
13. An Analysis of Variance in Students' Self-Evaluation Attitudes for Autonomous Learning. Page:69—75
14. Experiences, Strategies, and Principles of Clinical Clerkships: Comparisons and Observations about the United States and Japan. Page:77—81
15. Use of a Case Study in Medicoethical Education for Nursing Students and Nonmedical Students. Page:83—86
16. Opinions of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in Kagoshima Prefecture about the Rules of Medical Services Based on the Health Insurance System in Japan and Learning about them in University Departments. Page:87—93
17. Computer Literacy Education by Computer-assisted Instruction with Streaming Video. Page:99—106
18. Effects of Training With Simulated Patient For Dental School Students in Clinical Interviewing. Page:153—158
19. Variability Dependent on the Previous Year in the Pass Rate of the National Examination for Physicians' License of Japan. Page:159—167
20. National Survey of Programs to Teach Evidence-based Medicine to Undergraduates in Japan. Page:173—178
21. What Should Residents Learn from Cases of Cardiopulmonary Arrest on Arrival?: The Experience and Significance of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in the Department of Emergency Medicine of a University Hospital. Page:183—186
22. Evaluation of Clinical Instructors by First-year Residents. Page:187—191
23. Problems in the Evaluation of Medical Interviewing Skills with Objective Structured Clinical Examinations: How Can Reasonable Objectivity Be Ensured? Page:231—237
24. Academic Achievement of Third-Year Nursing Students in a Transfer Program at Chiba Nursing School. Page:239—242
25. Questionnaire Survey of Clinical Clerkships for Students in the Sixth Academic Year. Page:247—256
26. Prospective and Progress of Simulators in Medical Education. Page:261—264
27. Investigation of Women's Psychological Resistance to Physical Examination. Page:409—414
28. Introducing Evidence-Based Medicine Into Undergraduate Medical Curricula: Results of a Nationwide Survey in Japan. Page:421—426
29. A Questionnaire-survey on Attitude for Bioethics Education of 5th-year Medical Students of Niigata University. Page:427—432
30. A Study of the Significance and Problems of Learning About Nursing in Medical Education from Nurses' Point of View. Page:433—437
31. Clinical Tutorial System at Chiba University School of Medicine. Page:439—443
32. Evaluations of a Program for Teaching Basic Clinical Skills to Medical Students. Page:451—457
33. An Assessment of the Effectiveness of Practical in Parasitology for Undergraduate Students Using the Results of Practical Examination. Page:459—462
34. Advocacy by Students in Medical Education. Page:463—467