Teaching and learning resilience: a new agenda in medical education

Medical Education
Patricia TempskiHelena B M S Paro

Abstract

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References

Mar 14, 2009·Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing·P A AtkinsonJ Rankin
Oct 31, 2009·Medical Education·Patricia TempskiJoaquim E Vieira
May 7, 2010·Medical Education·Helena B M S ParoMarília M Prado
Mar 21, 2012·Medical Education·Amanda HoweAndrea Stöckl

Citations

Nov 7, 2012·BMC Medical Education·Patricia TempskiLilia B Schraiber
Aug 10, 2012·BMC Medical Education·Helena B M S ParoMilton A Martins
May 3, 2014·Academic Psychiatry : the Journal of the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training and the Association for Academic Psychiatry·Michelle Goldsmith, Pier Bryden
Nov 15, 2014·Perspectives on Medical Education·Vimmi Passi
Dec 30, 2014·Medical Education·William P Burdick
May 26, 2018·Academic Medicine : Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges·Kori LaDonnaChristopher Watling
Nov 12, 2015·Academic Medicine : Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges·Sylvia Claassen EnnsPatricia Zen Tempski
Jul 22, 2020·The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews·Angela M KunzlerKlaus Lieb
Aug 7, 2020·Clinics·Patricia TempskiMilton A Martins
Oct 19, 2017·Medical Education·Esther HelmichSayra Cristancho
Aug 7, 2016·Perspectives on Medical Education·Vimmi Passi
Jun 15, 2019·BMC Medical Education·Letícia Cabrini GirottoPatricia Tempski
Apr 18, 2015·Academic Medicine : Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges·Hedy S Wald
Aug 21, 2019·Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine·Sorcha McManusKieran C Murphy

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