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Volume: 33

1. Advanced Cardiac Life Support Training for Undergraduate Medical Students: A Modified Course with a Special Emphasis on the MEGA code. Page:13—20
2. A Tutorial Education System Using Patient-Care Models to Develop Problem-Solving Skills through Discovery Learning. Page:21—30
3. A Survey on the Present Status of the Workshop for Faculty Development at Medical Schools in Japan. Page:3—11
4. Role Play in Large Classes for Terminal-Care Education. Page:35—38
5. The Education Effects of an Early Exposure Program for Medical Students at University of Tsukuba: Analysis of Setting and Satisfaction with the Program. Page:43—49
6. Current Status of Japanese Women Physicians in Medical Societies Page:51—57
7. Model Core Curriculum and Student Evaluation System for Entering to a Clinical Clerkship. Trial of Clinical Training in Tsukuba University School of Medicine and Problems of Core Curriculum of Clinical Training. Page:105—109
8. The Medical Ethics Education Manual in the Undergraduate Medical Education. Page:113—119
9. Model Core Curriculum and Student Evaluation System for Entering to a Clinical Clerkship. The Stream of Renovation of Medical Education in Japan. Page:71—75
10. Model Core Curriculum and Student Evaluation System for Entering to a Clinical Clerkship. What is the Model Core Curriculum? Page:77—82
11. Model Core Curriculum and Student Evaluation System for Entering to a Clinical Clerkship. A Nation-wide Medical and Dental Student Evaluation System for Entering to a Clinical Clerkship: Computer Based Testing and Objective Structured Clinical Examination Page:83—87
12. Model Core Curriculum and Student Evaluation System for Entering to a Clinical Clerkship. Objective Structured Clinical Examination before and after the Bedside Learning. Page:89—94
13. Model Core Curriculum and Student Evaluation System for Entering to a Clinical Clerkship. Signs, Symptoms and Pathophysiology as the Learning Objectives for the PBL. Page:99—104
14. Assessment of Surgical Training for First-Year Postgraduate Trainees; Analysis of Interrater Disagreements. Page:157—162
15. Effects on Evaluation of Education of Faculty Members by Students Using the Minutes Paper at Tokai University School of Medicine. Page:163—172
16. The Trial Introduction of Lectures and Practical Instruction in Eastern Medicine and Alternative Medicine and a Assessment of Medical Students' Level of Interest. Page:177—181
17. Evaluation of the First Trial of a White Coat Ceremony as a Ceremony of Passage: A Method for Teaching Professionalism in Undergraduate Medical Education. Page:193—199
18. Problems in Evaluating Communication Skills with the Objective Structured Clinical Examination. Page:209—214
19. An Investigation of the Perception of Achievement and the Degree of Satisfaction of Junior Residents in Initial Clinical Training. Page:225—230
20. Evaluation by Questionnaire of a Tutorial System at Kinki University School of Medicine. Page:239—246
21. A Tutorial System in Premedical Education. Page:247—252
22. Trial Run of 'Cardiac Cycle: the First Step'. Page:261—267
23. Consideration of Using a Home Page as a Teaching Aid Page:269—272
24. Medical Training in the United States and the United Kingdom Page:273—275
25. Education in Multiprofessional Teamwork for Preclinical Medical Students Through Case-Oriented Problem-Solving. Page:459—465
26. Important Clinical Teaching Behaviors as Perceived by Clinical Instructors in Nursing and Allied Health. Page:467—474
27. Factors Considered Important for a Terminal Care Curriculum. Page:475—478
28. Assessment of a System for Evaluating Pulse and Blood Pressure Measurement Skills in the Objective Structured Clinical Examination. Page:215—223
29. Usefulness of a Video-Recording System Using Four Video Cameras in Objective Structured Clinical Examinations. Page:253—260
30. On a Report of the Questionaire Regarding Activities of Continuing Medical Education for the Primary Care Physicians in University Hospitals and Clinical Training Hospitals. Page:429—436
31. Opinions of the Medical Faculty on Student Evaluations of Faculty Teaching. Page:437—441
32. An Analysis of Conflicts Between Medical Residents and Nurses in a General Medicine Ward. Page:443—447
33. Trial Run of 'Cardiac Cycle: the First Step'. Page:261—267
34. Trial Run of 'Cardiac Cycle: the First Step'. Page:261—267
35. Trial Run of 'Cardiac Cycle: the First Step'. Page:261—267
36. Trial Run of 'Cardiac Cycle: the First Step'. Page:261—267
37. Trial Run of 'Cardiac Cycle: the First Step'. Page:261—267
38. Trial Run of 'Cardiac Cycle: the First Step'. Page:261—267