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The purpose of this guide is to help people who are new to medical education research find information that will help them get started on a project, learn about various research methodologies, and conduct an effective search of the education literature.
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Sources of Justification for Medical Education Research

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Educating Physicians - Molly Cooke; David M. Irby
ISBN: 9780470457979
Publication Date: 2010
The new "Carnegie Report," describes shifts that are recommended in U.S. medical education. Applies adult learning theory to the medical education landscape. LIBRARY HAS PRINT AVAILABLE

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Function and Structures of a Medical School: LCME Accreditation Standards - Liaison Committee on Medical Education
Useful for justifying educational research that is relevant to one or more medical school accreditation standards. FREE ONLINE

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Learning Objectives for Medical Student Education: Guidelines for Medical Schools - Association of American Medical Colleges
Publication Date: 1998
Recommended learning objectives for medical schools which can be useful in justification for educational research. FREE ONLINE

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Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, Program and Institutional Accreditation
Outlines specific competencies that residents are expected to master in various specialties. FREE ONLINE

Introduction to Medical Education Research

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