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    A template for Peer ethics consultation
    Ethics and Behavior 16 (2). 2006.
    Professionals often find themselves in ethical dilemmas and seek the advice of their peers. This article offers a template for those who wish to assist their colleagues in these situations. After making various assumptions, the author lists questions to ask oneself before accepting such requests. Then, a step-by-step framework is offered, followed by recommendations.
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    This Article does not have an abstract
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    Competing Values: A Respectful Critique of Narrative Research
    with Jon Lasser
    Ethics and Behavior 11 (2): 191-194. 2001.
    Smythe and Murray presented the basic ethical issues in narrative research in a comprehensive, well-reasoned, and direct manner. In this critique, we highlight 3 issues. Two matters appear to challenge the internal inconsistency of the assumptions of NR: privileging some voices over others and a potential inherent conflict of interest for some researchers. We also examine some issues regarding the protection of research participants and conclude with modest recommendations.
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    Facilitating Informed Consent: A Multicultural Perspective
    with Jon Lasser
    Ethics and Behavior 27 (2): 106-117. 2017.
    Respect for the dignity and autonomy of patients has long been a fundamental principle of ethical decision making. As a practical matter, a primary way of maintaining this ethical standard is by obtaining an individual’s informed consent prior to intervening or collecting data. By giving individuals clear information about alternative treatments and potential risks and benefits, the practitioner tries to ensure that the patient can make an informed choice. However, there are cases in which those…Read more
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    Academic Primer Series: Key Papers About Competency-Based Medical Education
    with Robert Cooney, Teresa M. Chan, Michael Abraham, Sylvia Alden, Jillian Mongelluzzo, Michael Pasirstein, and Jonathan Sherbino
    Introduction: Competency-based medical education presents a paradigm shift in medicaltraining. This outcome-based education movement has triggered substantive changes across the globe.Since this transition is only beginning, many faculty members may not have experience with CBMEnor a solid foundation in the grounding literature. We identify and summarize key papers to help facultymembers learn more about CBME. Methods: Based on the online discussions of the 2016-2017 ALiEM Faculty Incubator prog…Read more
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    Effectiveness of Resident Physicians as Triage Liaison Providers in an Academic Emergency Department
    with Victoria Weston, K. Jain Sushil, Aldeen Amer, Stephanie Gravenor, Michael J. Schmidt, and Malik Sanjeev
    Introduction: Emergency department crowding is associated with detrimental effects on EDquality of care. Triage liaison providers have been used to mitigate the effects of crowding.Prior studies have evaluated attending physicians and advanced practice providers as TLPs, withlimited data evaluating resident physicians as TLPs. This study compares operational performanceoutcomes between resident and attending physicians as TLPs. Methods: This retrospective cohort study compared aggregate operatio…Read more
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    Academic Primer Series: Five Key Papers about Study Designs in Medical Education
    with Teresa M. Chan, Jenna Fredette, Anne Messman, Daniel W. Robinson, Robert Cooney, Megan Boysen-Osborn, and Jonathan Sherbino
    Introduction: A proper understanding of study design is essential to creating successful studies. This is also important when reading or peer reviewing publications. In this article, we aimed to identify and summarize key papers that would be helpful for faculty members interested in learning more about study design in medical education research. Methods: The online discussions of the 2016-2017 Academic Life in Emergency Medicine Faculty Incubator program included a robust and vigorous discussio…Read more
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    Academic Primer Series: Key Papers About Peer Review
    with M. Yarris Lalena, Kevin Scott, Christopher Sampson, Emily Rose, Teresa M. Chan, and Jonathan Ilgen
    Introduction: Peer review, a cornerstone of academia, promotes rigor and relevance in scientificpublishing. As educators are encouraged to adopt a more scholarly approach to medical education,peer review is becoming increasingly important. Junior educators both receive the reviews of theirpeers, and are also asked to participate as reviewers themselves. As such, it is imperative for juniorclinician educators to be well-versed in the art of peer reviewing their colleagues’ work. In thisarticle, o…Read more
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    Academic Primer Series: Key Papers About Teaching with Technology
    with Megan Boysen-Osborn, Robert Cooney, Teresa M. Chan, Aaron Brown, Andrew King, Adam Tobias, and Brent Thoma
    Introduction: Modern learners have immediate, unlimited access to a wide variety of onlineresources. To appeal to this current generation of learners, educators must embrace the useof technology. However, educators must balance newer, novel technologies with traditionalmethods to achieve the best learning outcomes. Therefore, we aimed to review several papersuseful for faculty members wishing to incorporate technology into instructional design. Methods: We identified a broad list of papers relev…Read more
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    Book review (review)
    Ethics and Behavior 2 (1). 1992.
    This Article does not have an abstract
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    The Ethics Code Does Not Equal Ethics: A Response to O’Donohue
    with Samuel Knapp and Mitchell M. Handelsman
    Ethics and Behavior 30 (4): 303-309. 2020.
    ABSTRACTO’Donohue has identified 37 criticisms of the American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct, although many of his criticisms go far beyond what is found written in the APA Ethics Code, to include the process of adjudicating ethics complaints by the American Psychological Association Ethics Committee, and the process by which the Ethics Code was developed. The authors claim that a major shortcoming of O’Donohue’s article is that he adopted an…Read more