PUBLICATIONS BY MEMBERS
DOCS celebrates the scholarly work done by our members and one way we do this is to highlight published papers by members.
We rely largely on members letting us know of their published work; the list below is just a partial sample of their productivity!
DOCS members: to add your publication to this list, please email us.
Gupta S, Jackson JM, Appel JL, Ovitsh RK, Oza SK, Pinto-Powell R, Chow CJ, Roussel D. Perspectives on the current state of pre-clerkship clinical reasoning instruction in United States medical schools: a survey of clinical skills course directors. Diagnosis, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1515/dx-2021-0016
Uchida T, Park YS, Ovitsh RK, Hojsak J, Gowda D, Farnan JM, Boyle M, Blood AD Achike FI, Silvestri RC. Approaches to teaching the physical exam to pre-clerkship medical students: results of a national survey. Acad Med 2019; 94:129-134.
Talwalkar JS, Cyrus KD, Fortin AH. Twelve tips for running an effective session with standardized patients. Medical Teacher 2019; (published April 29th online).
Meredith MA, Clemo RH, McGinn, MJ , Santen, SA, DiGiovanni, SR. Cadaver rounds: a comprehensive exercise that integrates clinical context into medical gross anatomy. Acad Med. Volume 94(6); 828-832.
Nagler, A , Ovitsh R , Dumenco L, Whicker S, Engle DL, Goodell, K . Communities of practice in peer review: outlining a group review process. Acad Med 2019; (published May 21st ahead of print).
Daniel M, Rencic J, Durning S, et al. Clinical reasoning assessment methods: a scoping review and practical guidance. Acad Med 2019; 94: 902-912.
Cassese T, Ovitsh R, Silvestri R, LaRochelle J, Roussel D. The current state of pre-clerkship clinical skills courses in the U.S. In: Morgenstern BZ, editor. Guidebook for clerkship directors 5th ed. Syracuse, NY: Gegensatz Press; 2019.
Jurich D, Daniel M, Paniagua M, Fleming A, Harnik V, Pock A, Swan-Sein A, Barone M, Santen S. Moving the United States Medical Licensing Examination Step 1 After Core Clerkships: An Outcome Analysis. Acad Med. 2019;94:371-7.
Pock A, Daniel M, Santen S, Swan-Sein A, Fleming A, Harnik V. Challenges Associated with Moving the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1 to After the Core Clerkships and How to Approach Them. Acad Med. 2019;94(6):775-80.
Jurich D, Santen S, Paniagua M, Fleming A, Harnik V, Pock A, Sein A, Barone M, Daniel M. Effects of Moving the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1 After Core Clerkships on Step 2 Clinical Knowledge (CK) Performance. Acad Med. 2019. https://doi.org/10.1097/ACM.0000000000002921
This is a partial list.
Ecker DJ, Milan FB, Cassese T, Farnan JM, Madigosky WS, Massie FS, Mendez P, Obadia S, Ovitsh RK, Silvestri RC, Uchida T, Daniel M. Step up – not on – Step 2 CS: Directors of Clinical Skills Courses (DOCS) oppose ending Step 2 CS. Acad Med 2018; 93:693-698.
Uchida T, Achike FI, Blood AD, Boyle M, Farnan JM, Gowda D, Hojsak J, Ovitsh RK, Park YS, Silvestri RC. Resources used to teach the physical exam to pre-clerkship medical students: results of a national survey. Acad Med 2018; 93:736-741.