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Thomas J. Beckman, MD, FACP
Thomas J. Beckman, MD, FACP
Professor of Medicine and Medical Education, Mayo Clinic
Verified email at mayo.edu
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Standards for reporting qualitative research: a synthesis of recommendations
BC O’Brien, IB Harris, TJ Beckman, DA Reed, DA Cook
Academic medicine 89 (9), 1245-1251, 2014
37032014
Current concepts in validity and reliability for psychometric instruments: theory and application
DA Cook, TJ Beckman
The American Journal of Medicine 119 (2), 166. e7-166. e16, 2006
16312006
Association between funding and quality of published medical education research
DA Reed, DA Cook, TJ Beckman, RB Levine, DE Kern, SM Wright
JAMA: the journal of the American Medical Association 298 (9), 1002, 2007
6282007
Quality of reporting of experimental studies in medical education: a systematic review
DA Cook, TJ Beckman, G Bordage
Medical education 41 (8), 737-745, 2007
2682007
Effect of rater training on reliability and accuracy of mini-CEX scores: a randomized, controlled trial
DA Cook, DM Dupras, TJ Beckman, KG Thomas, VS Pankratz
Journal of general internal medicine 24 (1), 74-79, 2009
2052009
How reliable are assessments of clinical teaching?
TJ Beckman, AK Ghosh, DA Cook, PJ Erwin, JN Mandrekar
Journal of General Internal Medicine 19 (9), 971-977, 2004
1982004
Predictive validity evidence for medical education research study quality instrument scores: quality of submissions to JGIM’s medical education special issue
DA Reed, TJ Beckman, SM Wright, RB Levine, DE Kern, DA Cook
Journal of general internal medicine 23 (7), 903-907, 2008
1962008
What is the validity evidence for assessments of clinical teaching?
TJ Beckman, DA Cook, JN Mandrekar
Journal of General Internal Medicine 20 (12), 1159-1164, 2005
1782005
Reflections on experimental research in medical education
DA Cook, TJ Beckman
Advances in health sciences education 15 (3), 455-464, 2010
1322010
Developing scholarly projects in education: A primer for medical teachers
TJ Beckman, DA Cook
Medical Teacher 29 (2-3), 210-218, 2007
1082007
Using social media to improve continuing medical education: a survey of course participants
AT Wang, NP Sandhu, CM Wittich, JN Mandrekar, TJ Beckman
Mayo Clinic Proceedings 87 (12), 1162-1170, 2012
1072012
Behaviors of highly professional resident physicians
DA Reed, CP West, PS Mueller, RD Ficalora, GJ Engstler, TJ Beckman
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association 300 (11), 1326, 2008
1062008
Kearns–Sayre syndrome: a case series of 35 adults and children
S Khambatta, DL Nguyen, TJ Beckman, CM Wittich
International journal of general medicine 7, 325, 2014
1002014
Internal structure of mini-CEX scores for internal medicine residents: factor analysis and generalizability
DA Cook, TJ Beckman, JN Mandrekar, VS Pankratz
Advances in Health Sciences Education 15 (5), 633-645, 2010
932010
Does scale length matter? A comparison of nine-versus five-point rating scales for the mini-CEX
DA Cook, TJ Beckman
Advances in Health Sciences Education 14 (5), 655-664, 2009
932009
Measuring Motivational Characteristics of Courses: Applying Keller's Instructional Materials Motivation Survey to a Web-Based Course
DA Cook, TJ Beckman, KG Thomas, WG Thompson
Academic Medicine 84 (11), 1505, 2009
922009
Proposal for a collaborative approach to clinical teaching
TJ Beckman, MC Lee
Mayo Clinic Proceedings 84 (4), 339-344, 2009
872009
Flipping the quality improvement classroom in residency education
SL Bonnes, JT Ratelle, AJ Halvorsen, KJ Carter, LT Hafdahl, AT Wang, ...
Academic Medicine 92 (1), 101-107, 2017
842017
E-learning in graduate medical education: survey of residency program directors
CM Wittich, A Agrawal, DA Cook, AJ Halvorsen, JN Mandrekar, ...
BMC medical education 17 (1), 1-7, 2017
832017
Evaluating an instrument for the peer review of inpatient teaching
TJ Beckman, MC Lee, CH Rohren, VS Pankratz
Medical teacher 25 (2), 131-135, 2003
822003
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