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J. Jon Veloski,

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1025 Walnut Street, Room 127
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-7901
(215) 923-6939 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Predicting peer nominations among medical students: A social network approach
  2. Effects of a Brief Curricular Intervention on Medical Students’ Attitudes Toward People with Disabilities in Healthcare Settings
  3. Can empathy, other personality attributes, and level of positive social influence in medical school identify potential leaders in medicine?
  4. Can Empathy, Other Personality Attributes, and Level of Positive Social Influence in Medical School Identify Potential Leaders in Medicine?
  5. Identifying potential engaging leaders within medical education: The role of positive influence on peers
  6. Evaluation of the validity of medical students' self-assessments of proficiency in clinical simulations
  7. Standardized Patient Assessment of Medical Student Empathy: Ethnicity and Gender Effects in a Multi-Institutional Study
  8. Equivalence of students' scores on timed and untimed anatomy practical examinations
  9. Physician lifelong learning: Conceptualization, measurement, and correlates in full-time clinicians, academic clinicians, and medical students
  10. Physician lifelong learning: Conceptualization, measurement, and correlates in full-time clinicians and academic clinicians
  11. Development and evaluation of a program to strengthen first year residents' proficiency in leading end-of-life discussions
  12. Medical students′ self-reported empathy and simulated patients′ assessments of student empathy: An analysis by gender and ethnicity
  13. Evaluation of the use of patient-focused simulation for student assessment in a surgery clerkship
  14. A comparison of medical students' self-reported empathy with simulated patients' assessments of the students' empathy
  15. AM last page. The Jefferson Longitudinal Study of medical education.
  16. Rebuttals to critics of studies of the decline of empathy
  17. Measuring medical students' orientation toward lifelong learning: A psychometric evaluation
  18. The predictive validity of three versions of the mcat in relation to performance in medical school, residency, and licensing examinations: A longitudinal study of 36 classes of jefferson medical college
  19. Attitudes of students in medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, and physical therapy toward interprofessional education
  20. The devil is in the third year: A longitudinal study of erosion of empathy in medical school
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