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This is a "connection" page, showing publications co-authored by David Hatem and Kathleen Mazor.

 
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0.486
 
  1. Quirk M, Mazor K, Haley HL, Philbin M, Fischer M, Sullivan K, Hatem D. How patients perceive a doctor's caring attitude. Patient Educ Couns. 2008 Sep; 72(3):359-66.
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    Score: 0.116
  2. Mazor KM, Zanetti ML, Alper EJ, Hatem D, Barrett SV, Meterko V, Gammon W, Pugnaire MP. Assessing professionalism in the context of an objective structured clinical examination: an in-depth study of the rating process. Med Educ. 2007 Apr; 41(4):331-40.
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    Score: 0.105
  3. Mazor KM, Fischer MA, Haley HL, Hatem D, Rogers HJ, Quirk ME. Factors influencing preceptors' responses to medical errors: a factorial survey. Acad Med. 2005 Oct; 80(10 Suppl):S88-92.
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    Score: 0.095
  4. Mazor KM, Fischer MA, Haley HL, Hatem D, Quirk ME. Teaching and medical errors: primary care preceptors' views. Med Educ. 2005 Oct; 39(10):982-90.
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    Score: 0.095
  5. Zanetti M, Keller L, Mazor K, Carlin M, Alper E, Hatem D, Gammon W, Pugnaire M. Using standardized patients to assess professionalism: a generalizability study. Teach Learn Med. 2010 Oct; 22(4):274-9.
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    Score: 0.034
  6. Quirk M, Mazor K, Haley HL, Wellman S, Keller D, Hatem D, Keller LA. Reliability and validity of checklists and global ratings by standardized students, trained raters, and faculty raters in an objective structured teaching environment. Teach Learn Med. 2005; 17(3):202-9.
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    Score: 0.023
  7. Stone S, Mazor K, Devaney-O'Neil S, Starr S, Ferguson W, Wellman S, Jacobson E, Hatem DS, Quirk M. Development and implementation of an objective structured teaching exercise (OSTE) to evaluate improvement in feedback skills following a faculty development workshop. Teach Learn Med. 2003; 15(1):7-13.
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    Score: 0.020
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