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'One size does not fit all': The value of person-centred analysis in health professions education research.

Rashmi A Kusurkar, Marianne Mak-van der Vossen, Joyce Kors, Jan-Willem Grijpma, Stéphanie M E van der Burgt, Andries S Koster, Anne de la Croix,

Health professions education (HPE) research is dominated by variable-centred analysis, which enables the exploration of relationships between different independent and dependent variables in a study. Although the results of such analysis are interesting, an effort to conduct a more person-centred analysis in HPE research can help us in generating a more nuanced interpretation ... Read more >>

Perspect Med Educ (Perspectives on medical education)
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Knowledge, skills and beetles: respecting the privacy of private experiences in medical education.

Mario Veen, John Skelton, Anne de la Croix,

In medical education, we assess knowledge, skills, and a third category usually called values or attitudes. While knowledge and skills can be assessed, this third category consists of 'beetles', after the philosopher Wittgenstein's beetle-in-a-box analogy. The analogy demonstrates that private experiences such as pain and hunger are inaccessible to the public, ... Read more >>

Perspect Med Educ (Perspectives on medical education)
[2020, 9(2):111-116]

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How to … do mixed-methods research.

Anu Kajamaa, Karen Mattick, Anne de la Croix,

As a clinician, you will often combine patients' narratives with test results in order to obtain a coherent picture and then decide on a way forward. As an educator, you are also likely to combine different information from your learners to arrive at the best feedback, judgement or supervision plan. ... Read more >>

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2020, 17(3):267-271]

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Organic or organised: an interaction analysis to identify how interactional practices influence participation in group decision meetings for residency selection.

Lokke Gennissen, Anne de la Croix, Karen Stegers-Jager, Jacqueline de Graaf, Cornelia R M G Fluit, Matthijs de Hoog,

<h4>Objectives</h4>This study aims to shed light on interactional practices in real-life selection decision-making meetings. Adequate residency selection is crucial, yet currently, we have little understanding of how the decision-making process takes place in practice. Since having a wide range of perspectives on candidates is assumed to enhance decision-making, our analytical ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2019, 9(12):e026424]

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How to … use qualitative research to change practice.

Anu Kajamaa, Anne de la Croix, Karen Mattick,

The 'How to …' series focuses on how to do qualitative research. But how can qualitative research enhance patient care? This paper aims to support health care practitioners, educators and researchers who are interested in bridging the gap between research and practice (both clinical and educational), to guide improvements that ... Read more >>

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2019, 16(5):437-441]

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A Road Map for Attending to Medical Students' Professionalism Lapses.

Marianne C Mak-van der Vossen, Anne de la Croix, Arianne Teherani, Walther N K A van Mook, Gerda Croiset, Rashmi A Kusurkar,

<h4>Purpose</h4>To develop a road map for educators attending to medical students' professionalism lapses, aiming to offer an empirical base for approaching students who display such lapses.<h4>Method</h4>Between October 2016 and January 2018, 23 in-depth interviews with 19 expert faculty responsible for remediation from 13 U.S. medical schools were conducted about the ... Read more >>

Acad Med (Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges)
[2019, 94(4):570-578]

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Developing a two-dimensional model of unprofessional behaviour profiles in medical students.

Marianne C Mak-van der Vossen, Anne de la Croix, Arianne Teherani, Walther N K A van Mook, Gerda Croiset, Rashmi A Kusurkar,

Standardized narratives or profiles can facilitate identification of poor professional behaviour of medical students. If unprofessional behaviour is identified, educators can help the student to improve their professional performance. In an earlier study, based on opinions of frontline teachers from one institution, the authors identified three profiles of medical students' ... Read more >>

Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract (Advances in health sciences education : theory and practice)
[2019, 24(2):215-232]

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The reflective zombie: Problematizing the conceptual framework of reflection in medical education.

Anne de la Croix, Mario Veen,

Reflection is an ambiguous and profoundly complex human activity. We celebrate the developments in teaching and researching reflection in education, yet have identified flaws in the way reflection has been operationalized: medical education has translated the age-old concept into a teachable and measureable construct. We fear that in this process of ... Read more >>

Perspect Med Educ (Perspectives on medical education)
[2018, 7(6):394-400]

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How to…do research interviews in different ways.

Anne de la Croix, Aileen Barrett, Terese Stenfors,

This article is the next instalment in our 'How to…' series about qualitative research, and focuses on interviews. In many ways, conducting research interviews can be compared with talking to a patient or a student, yet there are specific elements to consider if you want the interview data to be ... Read more >>

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2018, 15(6):451-456]

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How to…write a good research question.

Karen Mattick, Jenny Johnston, Anne de la Croix,

This paper, on writing research questions, is the first in a series that aims to support novice researchers within clinical education, particularly those undertaking their first qualitative study. Put simply, a research question is a question that a research project sets out to answer. Most research questions will lead to ... Read more >>

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2018, 15(2):104-108]

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The swamplands of reflection: using conversation analysis to reveal the architecture of group reflection sessions.

Mario Veen, Anne de la Croix,

<h4>Context</h4>Many medical schools include group reflection in their curriculum, and many researchers have considered both the concept and the outcomes of reflection. However, no research has been carried out on how 'reflective talk' is structured in the classroom. This paper describes how tutors and residents organise group reflection sessions in situ ... Read more >>

Med Educ (Medical education)
[2017, 51(3):324-336]

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Collaborative Reflection Under the Microscope: Using Conversation Analysis to Study the Transition From Case Presentation to Discussion in GP Residents' Experience Sharing Sessions.

Mario Veen, Anne de la Croix,

<h4>Unlabelled</h4>PHENOMENON: In higher education, reflection sessions are often used when participants learn in the workplace. In the Netherlands, all General Practitioner training programs include regular meetings called Exchange of Experiences, in which General Practitioner trainees are expected to learn collaboratively from their own and one another's experiences. Despite this being ... Read more >>

Teach Learn Med (Teaching and learning in medicine)
[2016, 28(1):3-14]

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Gender change and stigmatization in late-treated Indonesian children, adolescent, and adult patients with DSD.

Annastasia Ediati, Achmad Zulfa Juniarto, Erwin Birnie, Jolanda Okkerse, Anne de la Croix, Amy Wisniewski, Stenvert Drop, Sultana MH Faradz, Arianne Dessens,

Int J Pediatr Endocrinol (International journal of pediatric endocrinology)
[2015, 2015(Suppl 1):O56-O56]

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The power of questions: a discourse analysis about doctor-student interaction.

Jonne van der Zwet, Anne de la Croix, Laury P J W M de Jonge, Renee E Stalmeijer, Albert J J A Scherpbier, Pim W Teunissen,

<h4>Context</h4>During clerkships, teaching and learning in day-to-day activities occur in many moments of interaction among doctors, patients, peers and other co-workers. How people talk with one another influences their identity, their position and what they are allowed to do. This paper focuses on the opportunities and challenges of such moments ... Read more >>

Med Educ (Medical education)
[2014, 48(8):806-819]

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The simulation game: an analysis of interactions between students and simulated patients.

Anne de la Croix, John Skelton,

<h4>Context</h4>Institutional interactions are often asymmetrical in that the professional has more control over the conversation. It is difficult to say who the professional is in simulated consultations between simulated patients (SPs) and medical students because these feature a real (educational) institutional context and a simulated (medical) institutional context. This study ... Read more >>

Med Educ (Medical education)
[2013, 47(1):49-58]

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Student-patient communication during physical examination.

Jennifer Cleland, Anne de la Croix, Philip Cotton, Sharon Coull, John Skelton,

<h4>Background</h4>Communication during the physical examination has been understudied. Explicit, evidence-based guidance is not available as to the most effective content or process of communication while performing physical examination, or indeed how to teach this to medical students. The objective of this exploratory study was to explore how medical students communicate ... Read more >>

Clin Teach (The clinical teacher)
[2013, 10(2):84-87]

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Arts-based learning in medical education: the students' perspective.

Anne de la Croix, Catharine Rose, Emma Wildig, Suzy Willson,

<h4>Context</h4>Arts subjects are often included in medical school curricula to facilitate the exploration of non-scientific elements of medicine, such as communication, social, political, emotional and spiritual issues. However, little research has reported on students' experience of arts teaching. Performing Medicine is a programme created by the Clod Ensemble theatre company ... Read more >>

Med Educ (Medical education)
[2011, 45(11):1090-1100]

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The reality of role-play: interruptions and amount of talk in simulated consultations.

Anne de la Croix, John Skelton,

<h4>Context</h4>The language and structure of doctor-patient consultations have been widely researched. Although simulated patients (SPs) are much used in communication skills teaching, the language of the simulated consultation has not received much attention.<h4>Objectives</h4>This study aimed to resolve the following questions. How are interruptions and numbers of words distributed in simulated ... Read more >>

Med Educ (Medical education)
[2009, 43(7):695-703]

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Heartlift patients? An interview-based study of GP trainers and the impact of 'patients they like'.

Margaret O'Riordan, John Skelton, Anne de la Croix,

BACKGROUND: The concept of the 'heartsink patient' is well known and much used when talking about general practice. The opposite of this type of patient, however, has been little explored. OBJECTIVE: To identify patient characteristics valued by GPs. METHODS: Structured interview to collect narratives from GPs of individual patients, analysed ... Read more >>

Fam Pract (Family practice)
[2008, 25(5):349-354]

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