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Overviews of the Field Bloom, Samuel W. (2002). The Word As Scalpel: A History of Medical Sociology. New York: Oxford University Press.
Brosnan, C & Turner, BS (2009). The Handbook of the Sociology of Medical Education. London: Routledge.
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Heritage, John, and Douglas W. Maynard. 2006. “Problems and Prospects in the Study of Physician-Patient Interaction: 30 Years of Research.” Annual Review of Sociology, 32:351–374.
Jenkins, Tania M., Kelly Underman, Alexandra H. Vinson, Lauren D. Olsen & Laura E. Hirshfield (2021). “The Resurgence of Medical Education in Sociology: A Return to Our Roots and an Agenda for the Future.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior.
Light, Donald W (1988). “Toward a New Sociology of Medical Education.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 19(4):307–322.
Reverby, Susan M. (1987). Ordered to Care: The Dilemma of American Nursing, 1850-1945. London: Cambridge University Press.
Timmermans, Stefan, and Hyeyoung Oh (2010). “The Continued Social Transformation of the Medical Profession.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 51(1):S94–S106.
Underman, Kelly, and Laura E. Hirshfield (2016). “Detached concern?: Emotional socialization in twenty-first century medical education.” Social Science & Medicine, 160:94-101. Vinson, Alexandra H. (in press). “Articulating the Canon: The Sociology of Medical Education from 1980-2000.” Health.
Classic Readings in the Sociology of Professions Abbott, Andrew (1988). The System of Professions. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
Bucher, Rue and Anselm Strauss. 1961. "Professions in Process." American Journal of Sociology, 66(4):325-34.
Chambliss, Daniel F. (1996). Beyond Caring Hospitals, Nurses, and the Social Organization of Ethics. Chicago, IL:University of Chicago Press.
Freidson, Eliot (1970). Professional Dominance. New York: Atherton Press.
Goode, William J. (1957). “Community Within a Community: The Professions.” American Sociological Review, 22(2):194–200.
Hall, Oswald (1948). “The Stages of a Medical Career.” American Journal of Sociology, 53(5):327–36. Starr, Paul (1982). The Social Transformation of American Medicine: The Rise of a Sovereign Profession and the Making of a Vast Industry. New York: Basic Books.
Straus, Robert (1957). “The Nature and Status of Medical Sociology.” American Sociological Review, 22(2):200–204.
Professional Socialization & Professional Cultures Classics Anspach, Renee (1988). “Notes on the Sociology of Medical Discourse: The Language of Case Presentation.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 29(4):357–375.
Atkinson, P (1981). The clinical experience: An ethnography of medical education. Surrey: Ashgate. Becker, Howard S., Blanche Geer, Everett C. Hughes, and Anselm L. Strauss (1961). Boys in White: Student Culture in Medical School. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Bosk, Charles (1979). Forgive and Remember. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Bosk, Charles L (1980). "Occupational Rituals in Patient Management." New England Journal of Medicine, 303(2):71-6.
Coser, Rose Laub. 1962. Life in the Ward. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press. Fox, Renee (1957). “Training for Uncertainty.” Pp. 207–41 in The Student-Physician, Eds. Robert K. Merton, George G. Reader, & Patricia Kendall. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Haas, J & Shaffir, W (1977). “The Professionalization of Medical Students: Developing Competence and a Cloak of Competence.” Symbolic Interaction, 1:71-88.
Haas, J & Shaffir, W (1982a). “Taking on the Role of Doctor: A Dramaturgical Analysis of Professional Socialization.” Symbolic Interaction, 5(2):187-203.
Haas, J & Shaffir, W (1982b). “Ritual Evaluation of Competence: The Hidden Curriculum of Professionalization in an Innovative Medical School Program.” Work and Occupations, 9:131-154.
Haas, Jack and William Shaffir. 1987. Becoming Doctors: The Adoption of a Cloak of Competence, Edited by J. F. Gubrium. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
Hafferty, Frederic (1988). “Cadaver Stories and the Emotional Socialization of Medical Students.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 29(4):344–356.
Hafferty, Frederic (1991). Into the Valley: Death and the Socialization of Medical Students. Yale University Press, New Haven.
Hafferty, Frederic & Ronald Franks (1994). “The hidden curriculum, ethics teaching, and the structure of medical education.” Academic Medicine, 69(11):861-871.
Hughes, Everett (1955). “The Making of a Physician — General Statement of Ideas and Problems.” Human Organization, 14(4):21–25.
Lief, HI & RC Fox (1963) “Training for 'Detached Concern' in Medical Students.” In: VF Lief and NR Lief (eds) The Psychological Basis of Medical Practice. New York: Hoeber Medical Division of Harper and Row, pp.12-35.
Light, Donald (1980). Becoming Psychiatrists: the Professional Transformation of Self. New York: W. W. Norton and Co.
Merton, RK, Reader, G and Kendall, PL (1957). The Student-Physician: Introductory Studies in the Sociology of Medical Education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Miller, Stephen J. 1970. Prescription for Leadership: Training for the Medical Elite. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Company.
Mizrahi, T. (1985). Getting rid of patients: contradictions in the socialization of internists to the doctor-patient relationship. Sociology of Health and Illness, 7(2):214-235.
Mumford, Emily. 1970.Interns: From Students to Physicians. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Olesen, Virginia L. & Elvi Waik Whittaker (1966). Adjudication of Student Awareness in Professional Socialization: The Language of Laughter and Silences, The Sociological Quarterly, 7(3):381-396.
Olesen, Virginia L. & Elvi W. Whittaker (1968). The Silent Dialogue: A Study in the Social Psychology of Professional Socialization. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Simpson, Ida Harper (1979). From Student to Nurse: A Longitudinal Study of Socialization. London: Cambridge University Press.
Sinclair, S. (1997). Making Doctors: An Institutional Apprenticeship. Oxford: Berg.
Smith, Allen & Sherryl Kleinman (1989). Managing emotions in medical school: students’ contacts with the living and the dead. Social Psychology Quarterly, 52(1):56-69.
Newer Works Bochatay, Naike, and Nadia M. Bajwa (2020). “Learning to Manage Uncertainty: Supervision, Trust and Autonomy in Residency Training.” Sociology of Health & Illness, 42(S1):145-159.
Brooks, Joanna Veazey, and Charles L. Bosk (2012). “Remaking Surgical Socialization: Work Hour Restrictions, Rites of Passage, and Occupational Identity.” Social Science & Medicine, 75(9):1625–32.
Brooks, Joanna Veazey (2016). “Hostility During Training: Historical Roots of Primary Care Disparagement.” Annals of Family Medicine, 14(5):446–52.
Brosnan, Caragh (2010). “Making Sense of Differences Between Medical Schools Through Bourdieu’s Concept of ‘Field.’” Medical Education, 44(7):645–52.
Brosnan, Caragh (2009). “Pierre bourdieu and the theory of medical education.” In: Handbook of the Sociology of Medical Education, Eds. C. Brosnan & B. Turner. Routledge, New York, NY, pp. 51-68.
Coverdill, James E., Alfredo M. Carbonell, Jonathan Fryer, George M. Fuhrman, Kristi L. Harold, Jonathan R. Hiatt, Benjamin T. Jarman, Richard A. Moore, Don K. Nakayama, M. Timothy Nelson, Marc Schlatter, Richard A. Sidwell, John L. Tarpley, Paula M. Termuhlen, Christopher Wohltmann & John D. Mellinger (2010). “A New Professionalism? Surgical Residents, Duty Hours Restrictions, and Shift Transitions.” Academic Medicine, 85(10 Suppl):S72-5.
Fox, Renee (2005). “Cultural Competence and the Culture of Medicine.” New England Journal of Medicine, 353(13):1316–19.
Hafferty, Frederic & Brian Castellani (2011). “Two cultures, two ships: the rise of a professionalism movement within modern medicine and medical sociology’s disappearance from the professionalism debate.” In: Pescosolido, Bernice A., Martin, Jack K., McLeod, Jane D., Rogers, Anne (Eds.), Handbook of the Sociology of Health, Illness, and Healing. Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 201-219.
Johannessen, Lars E. F. (2014). “The Narrative (Re)Production of Prestige: How Neurosurgeons Teach Medical Students to Valorise Diseases.” Social Science & Medicine, 120:85–91.
Lefroy, Janet, Caragh Brosnan & Sam Creavin (2011). “Some like It Hot: Medical Student Views on Choosing the Emotional Level of a Simulation.” Medical Education, 45(4):354–61.
Lempp, Heidi, and Clive Seale (2004). “The Hidden Curriculum in Undergraduate Medical Education: Qualitative Study of Medical Students’ Perceptions of Teaching.” BMJ : British Medical Journal, 329(7469):770–73.
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Perrella, Andrew, Tal Milman, Shiphra Ginsburg, and Sarah Wright (2019). “Navigating Tensions of Efficiency and Caring in Clerkship: A Qualitative Study.” Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 31(4):378–84.
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Russel Sarah M, Geraghty Joseph R, Renaldy Hillary, Thompson Trevonne M, Hirshfield Laura E. (2021). Training for Professional Uncertainty: Socialization of Medical Students Through the Residency Application Process. Academic Medicine, doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000004303.
Shelton, Clifford L., Maggie M. Mort & Andrew F. Smith (2018). “‘It’s Learned on the Job and It Depends Who You’re with.’ An Observational Qualitative Study of How Internal Jugular Cannulation Is Taught and Learned.” Journal of the Intensive Care Society, 19(1):26–34.
Szymczak, Julie E., and Charles L. Bosk (2012). “Training for Efficiency: Work, Time, and Systems-Based Practice in Medical Residency.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 53(3):344–58.
Szymczak, J. E., J. V. Brooks, K. G. Volpp and C. L. Bosk (2010). "To Leave or to Lie? Are Concerns About a Shift-Work Mentality and Eroding Professionalism as a Result of Duty-Hour Rules Justified?". Milbank Quarterly, 88(3):350-81.
Thomas, Njoke K. (2018). “Coming Full Circle: How Medical Students Craft Their Preferences in Search of an Authentic Doctor Role.” Ph.D. Thesis, Case Western Reserve University.
Timmermans, Stefan, and Alison Angell (2001). “Evidence-Based Medicine, Clinical Uncertainty, and Learning to Doctor.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 42(4):342–59.
Underman, Kelly (2020). Feeling Medicine: How the Pelvic Exam Shapes Medical Training. New York: NYU Press.
Underman, Kelly (2015). “Playing doctor: simulation in medical school as affective practice.” Social Science & Medicine, 136-137:180-188,
Vinson, Alexandra H. & Kelly Underman (2020). “Clinical Empathy as Emotional Labor in Medical Work.” Social Science & Medicine, 251:112904.
Vinson, Alexandra H. (2019). “Short White Coats: Knowledge, Identity, and Status Negotiations of First‐Year Medical Students.” Symbolic Interaction, 42(3):395–411.
Vinson, Alexandra H. (2020). “Surgical Identity Play: The Anatomy Lab Revisited.” Symbolic Interaction, 43(3):452-471.
The Premedical Experience Adams O’Connell, Virginia & Jyoti Gupta (2006). “The Premedical Student: Training and Practice Expectations.” Medical Education Online, 11(1):4590.
Grace, Matthew (2020). “‘They Understand What You’re Going Through’: Experientially Similar Others, Anticipatory Stress, and Depressive Symptoms.” Society and Mental Health.
Grace, Matthew K (2017). “Subjective Social Status and Premedical Students’ Attitudes towards Medical School.” Social Science & Medicine, 184:84–98.
Grace, Matthew K (2018a). “Depressive Symptoms, Burnout, and Declining Medical Career Interest among Undergraduate Pre-Medical Students.” International Journal of Medical Education, 9:302–8.
Grace, Matthew K (2018b). “Friend or Frenemy? Experiential Homophily and Educational Track Attrition among Premedical Students.” Social Science & Medicine, 212:33–42.
Grace, Matthew K (2019). “Parting Ways: Sex-Based Differences in Premedical Attrition.” Social Science & Medicine, 230:222–33.
Hirshfield, Laura E., Rachel Yudkowsky, and Yoon Soo Park (2019). “Pre-Medical Majors in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Impact on Communication Skills and Specialty Choice.” Medical Education, 53(4):408–16.
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Michalec, Barret, and Corey L. M. Keyes (2013). “A Multidimensional Perspective of the Mental Health of Preclinical Medical Students.” Psychology Health & Medicine, 18(1):89–97.
Michalec, Barret (2010). “An Assessment of Medical School Stressors on Preclinical Students’ Levels of Clinical Empathy.” Current Psychology, 29(3):210–21.
Olsen, Lauren D (2016). “‘It’s on the MCAT for a Reason’ Premedical Students and the Perceived Utility of Sociology.” Teaching Sociology, 44(2):72–83.
Southgate, Erica, Caragh Brosnan, Heidi Lempp, Brian Kelly, Sarah Wright, Sue Outram, and Anna Bennett (2017). “Travels in Extreme Social Mobility: How First-in-Family Students Find Their Way into and through Medical Education.” Critical Studies in Education, 58(2):242–60.
Medical Authority Hafferty, FW & Light, DW (1995). “Professional Dynamics and the Changing Nature of Medical Work.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 35(Extra Issue):132-153.
Hartley, H (2002). “The system of alignments challenging physician professional dominance: an elaborated theory of countervailing powers.” Sociology of Health and Illness, 24(2):178-207.
Jenkins, Tania M (2014). "Who’s the Boss? Diagnosis and Medical Authority." Pp. 105-19 in Social Issues in Diagnosis: An Introduction for Students and Clinicians, edited by A. Jutel and K. Dew. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Menchik, Daniel (2021). Managing Medical Authority: How Doctors Compete for Status and Create Knowledge. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Timmermans, Stefan (2020). “The Engaged Patient: The Relevance of Patient–Physician Communication for Twenty-First-Century Health.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 61(3):259–73.
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Waitzkin, H (1989). “A Critical Theory of Medical Discourse: Ideology, Social Control, and the Processing of Social Context in Medical Encounters.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 30(2): 220-239.
Zola, Irving Kenneth (1972). “Medicine as an Institution of Social Control.” The Sociological Review, 20(4):487–504.
Medical Knowledge Almeling, Rene (2020). GUYnecology: The Missing Science of Men’s Reproductive Health. Oakland, CA: University of California Press.
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Barker KK (2008). “Electronic Support Groups, Patient-Consumers, and Medicalization: The Case of Contested Illness.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 49(1):20-36.
Beagan, Brenda (2003). “Teaching Social and Cultural Awareness to Medical Students: ‘It’s All Very Nice to Talk about It in Theory, But Ultimately It Makes No Difference.” Academic Medicine, 78(6):605–14.
Beagan, Brenda (2000). “Neutralizing Differences: Producing Neutral Doctors for (Almost) Neutral Patients.” Social Science & Medicine, 51(8):1253–65.
Betancourt, Joseph R. (2006). “Cultural Competence and Medical Education: Many Names, Many Perspectives, One Goal.” Academic Medicine, 81(6):499–501.
Bleakley, Alan, Julie Brice, and John Bligh (2008). "Thinking the post‐colonial in medical education." Medical Education, 42(3): 266-270.
Braun, Lundy, and Barry Saunders (2017). “Avoiding Racial Essentialism in Medical Science Curricula.” AMA Journal of Ethics, 19(6):518–527.
Brosnan, Caragh (2011). “The Significance of Scientific Capital in UK Medical Education.” Minerva, 49(3):317–32.
Giffort, Danielle M., and Kelly Underman (2016). “The Relationship between Medical Education and Trans Health Disparities: A Call to Research.” Sociology Compass, 10(11):999–1013.
Hester, Rebecca J. (2015). “Cultural Competency Training and Indigenous Cultural Politics in California.” Latino Studies, 13(3):316–38.
Holloway, Kelly (2014). “Uneasy Subjects: Medical Students’ Conflicts over the Pharmaceutical Industry.” Social Science & Medicine, 114:113–20.
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MacFife, Bex (2019). “The Not-so-Typical Patient: Gynecological Teaching Associates and the Struggle to Queer Medicine.” MA Thesis, San Francisco State University.
Martimianakis, Maria Athina , and Mathieu Albert (2013). “Confronting Complexity: Medical Education, Social Theory and the ‘Fate of Our Times.’” Medical Education, 47(1):3–5.
Menchik, Daniel (2014). “Decisions About Knowledge in Medical Practice: The Effect of Temporal Features of a Task.” American Journal of Sociology, 120: 701-49.
Michalec, Barret (2011). “Learning to Cure, but Learning to Care?” Advances in Health Sciences Education, 16:109–30.
Michalec, Barret, and Frederic W. Hafferty (2013). “Stunting Professionalism: The Potency and Durability of the Hidden Curriculum within Medical Education.” Social Theory & Health, 11(4):388–406.
Mishler, Elliot G. (1981). “Viewpoint: Critical Perspectives on the Biomedical Model.” In Social Contexts of Health, Illness, and Patient Care, pp. 1–23.
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Obedin-Maliver, Juno, Elizabeth S. Goldsmith, Leslie Stewart, William White, Eric Tran, Stephanie Brenman, Maggie Wells, David M. Fetterman, Gabriel Garcia, and Mitchell R. Lunn (2011). “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender–Related Content in Undergraduate Medical Education.” JAMA, 306(9):971–977.
Olsen, Lauren D. (2019). “The Conscripted Curriculum and the Reproduction of Racial Inequalities in Contemporary US Medical Education.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 60(1):55–68.
Olsen, Lauren D. (2020). “‘We’d Rather Be Relevant than Theoretically Accurate’: The Translation and Commodification of Social Scientific Knowledge for Clinical Practice.” Social Problems. https://doi.org/10.1093/socpro/spaa012.
Powell Sears, Karen (2012). “Improving Cultural Competence Education: The Utility of an Intersectional Framework.” Medical Education, 46(6):545–51.
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Timmermans, Stefan & Emily S. Kolker (2004). Evidence-based medicine and the reconfiguration of medical knowledge. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 45 (extra issue),177-193.
Organizational & Institutional Dynamics in Healthcare Coverdill, James E and John D. Mellinger (2021). Why Surgeons Struggle with Work-Hour Reforms.Nashville, TN:Vanderbilt University Press.
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Jenkins, Tania M. 2014. “Clothing Norms as Markers of Status in a Hospital Setting: A Bourdieusian Analysis.” Health, 18(5):526–41.
Jenkins, Tania M. 2015. “‘It’s Time She Stopped Torturing Herself’: Structural Constraints to Decision-Making about Life-Sustaining Treatment by Medical Trainees.” Social Science & Medicine, 132:132–40.
O’Connell, Virginia Adams (2007). Getting Cut: Failing to Survive Surgical Residency Training. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
Trotter, LaTonya J. (2020). More Than Medicine: Nurse Practitioners and the Problems They Solve for Patients, Health Care Organizations, and the State. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Economic & Labor Market Processes Adams, Tracey L. (2020). “Professional Employees and Professional Managers: Conflicting Logics, Hybridity, and Restratification.” Journal of Professions and Organization, 7(1):101–15.
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Harvey Wingfield, Adia (2019). Flatlining: Race, Work, and Health Care in the New Economy. Oakland, CA: University of California Press.
Oh, Hyeyong (2014). “Hospital Consultations and Jurisdiction over Patients: Consequences for the Medical Profession.” Sociology of Health & Illness, 36(4):580–95.
Oh, H. (2017). "Resisting Throughput Pressures: Physicians' and Patients' Strategies to Manage Hospital Discharge." Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 58(1):116-30.
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Underman, Kelly (2011). “‘It’s the Knowledge That Puts You in Control’ The Embodied Labor of Gynecological Educators.” Gender & Society, 25(4):431–450.
Interprofessional Dynamics & Interprofessional Education Bell, Ann V., Barret Michalec, and Christine Arenson (2014). “The (Stalled) Progress of Interprofessional Collaboration: The Role of Gender.” Journal of Interprofessional Care, 28(2):98–102.
Bochatay, Naïke, Virginie Muller-Juge, Fabienne Scherer, Guillemette Cottin, Stéphane Cullati, Katherine S. Blondon, Patricia Hudelson, Fabienne Maître, Nu V. Vu, Georges L. Savoldelli, and Mathieu R. Nendaz (2017). “Are Role Perceptions of Residents and Nurses Translated into Action?” BMC Medical Education, 17(1):138.
Olson, Rebecca E., and Caragh Brosnan (2017). “Examining Interprofessional Education Through the Lens of Interdisciplinarity: Power, Knowledge and New Ontological Subjects.” Minerva, 55(3):299–319.
Paradis, E., M. Leslie & M. A. Gropper. 2016. "Interprofessional Rhetoric and Operational Realities: An Ethnographic Study of Rounds in Four Intensive Care Units." Advances in Health Sciences Education, 21(4):735-48.
Paradis, Elise, Mandy Pipher, Carrie Cartmill, J. Cristian Rangel & Cynthia R. Whitehead (2017). “Articulating the Ideal: 50 Years of Interprofessional Collaboration in Medical Education.” Medical Education, 51(8):861–72.
Paradis, Elise & Cynthia R. Whitehead (2018). “Beyond the Lamppost: A Proposal for a Fourth Wave of Education for Collaboration.” Academic Medicine, 93(10):1457–63.
Whyte, Sarah, Elise Paradis, Carrie Cartmill, Ayelet Kuper, Heather Boon, Corinne Hart, Saleem Razack, Mandy Pipher & Cynthia R. Whitehead (2017). “Misalignments of Purpose and Power in an Early Canadian Interprofessional Education Initiative.” Advances in Health Sciences Education, 22(5):1123–49.
Medical Education Research & Disciplinary Formation Albert, Mathieu (2004). “Understanding the Debate on Medical Education Research: A Sociological Perspective.” Academic Medicine, 79(10):948–54.
Albert, Mathieu, Brian Hodges & Glenn Regehr (2007). “Research in Medical Education: Balancing Service and Science.” Advances in Health Sciences Education, 12(1):103–15.
Albert, Mathieu, and Scott Reeves (2010). “Setting Some New Standards in Medical Education Research.” Medical Education, 44(7):638–39.
Albert, M., Rowland, P., Friesen, F., Laberge, S. (2020). “Interdisciplinarity in medical education research: Myth and reality.” Advances in Health Sciences Education, 25(5):1243-1253.
Albert, M., Friesen, F., Rowland, P., Laberge, S. (2020). “Problematizing assumptions about interdisciplinary research: Implications for health professions education research.” Advances in Health Sciences Education, 25:755-767.
Albert, M., Rowland, P., Friesen, F., Laberge, S (in press). “Cultural barriers to knowledge flow: The case of medical education research.” Perspectives on Medical Education.
Frickel, Scott, Mathieu Albert, and Barbara Prainsack (2016). Investigating Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Theory and Practice across Disciplines. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.
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Pilnick, Alison, Diane Trusson, Suzanne Beeke, R. O’Brien, Sarah Goldberg, and Rowan H. Harwood (2018). “Using Conversation Analysis to Inform Role Play and Simulated Interaction in Communications Skills Training for Healthcare Professionals: Identifying Avenues for Further Development through a Scoping Review.” BMC Medical Education, 18(1):267.
Rangel, J. Cristian, Carrie Cartmill, A. Kuper, Maria Athina Martimianakis, and Cynthia R. Whitehead (2016). “Setting the Standard: Medical Education’s First 50 Years.” Medical Education, 50(1):24–35.
Inequalities in Health Professions Education & Work Bassett, Andrew Mark, Caragh Brosnan, Erica Southgate & Heidi Lempp (2018). “Transitional Journeys into, and through Medical Education for First-in-Family (FiF) Students: A Qualitative Interview Study.” BMC Medical Education, 18:102.
Beagan, Brenda L. (2005). “Everyday Classism in Medical School: Experiencing Marginality and Resistance.” Medical Education, 39(8):777–84.
Beagan, Brenda, Erin Fredericks & Mary Bryson (2015). “Family Physician Perceptions of Working with LGBTQ Patients: Physician Training Needs.” Canadian Medical Education Journal, 6(1):e14-22.
Brewer, Alexandra, Melissa Osborne, Anna S. Mueller, Daniel M. O’Connor, Arjun Dayal, & Vineet M. Arora (2020). “Who Gets the Benefit of the Doubt? Performance Evaluations, Medical Errors, and the Production of Gender Inequality in Emergency Medical Education.” American Sociological Review, 85(2):247–70.
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Brosnan, Caragh, Erica Southgate, Sue Outram, Heidi Lempp, Sarah Wright, Troy Saxby, Gillian Harris, Anna Bennett & Brian Kelly (2016). “Experiences of Medical Students Who Are First in Family to Attend University.” Medical Education, 50(8):842–51.
Davis, Georgiann, and R. Allison (2013). “White Coats, Black Specialists? Racial Divides in the Medical Profession.” Sociological Spectrum, 33(6):510–533.
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Hinze, Susan W (2004). “‘Am I Being Over-Sensitive?’ Women’s Experience of Sexual Harassment during Medical Training.” Health, 8(1):101–27.
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