Tavis Apramian
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(Re) Grounding grounded theory: a close reading of theory in four schools
T Apramian, S Cristancho, C Watling, L Lingard
Qualitative Research 17 (4), 359-376, 2017
Rethinking research in the medical humanities: a scoping review and narrative synthesis of quantitative outcome studies
S Dennhardt, T Apramian, L Lingard, N Torabi, S Arntfield
Medical Education 50 (3), 285-299, 2016
Understanding clinical uncertainty: what is going on when experienced surgeons are not sure what to do?
SM Cristancho, T Apramian, M Vanstone, L Lingard, M Ott, RJ Novick
Academic Medicine 88 (10), 1516, 2013
Demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of Canadian medical students: A cross-sectional study
R Khan, T Apramian, JH Kang, J Gustafson, S Sibbald
BMC Medical Education 20, 151, 2019
Thresholds of principle and preference: exploring procedural variation in postgraduate surgical education
T Apramian, S Cristancho, C Watling, M Ott, L Lingard
Academic Medicine 90 (11), S70-S76, 2015
“They Have to Adapt to Learn”: Surgeons’ Perspectives on the Role of Procedural Variation in Surgical Education
T Apramian, S Cristancho, C Watling, M Ott, L Lingard
Journal of Surgical Education 73 (2), 339-347, 2016
Thinking like an expert: surgical decision making as a cyclical process of being aware
SM Cristancho, T Apramian, M Vanstone, L Lingard, M Ott, T Forbes, ...
The American Journal of Surgery 211 (1), 64-69, 2016
A model of engagement in reflective writing-based portfolios: Interactions between points of vulnerability and acts of adaptability
S Arntfield, B Parlett, CN Meston, T Apramian, L Lingard
Medical Teacher, 1-10, 2015
How Do Thresholds of Principle and Preference Influence Surgeon Assessments of Learner Performance?
T Apramian, S Cristancho, A Sener, L Lingard
Annals of Surgery 268 (2), 385-390, 2018
Training the next generation of Canadian Clinician-Scientists: charting a path to success.
C Yin, PE Steadman, T Apramian, TE Zhou, A Ishaque, X Wang, A Kuzyk, ...
Clinical and Investigative Medicine 40 (2), E95, 2017
“Staying in the Game”: How Procedural Variation Shapes Competence Judgments in Surgical Education
T Apramian, S Cristancho, C Watling, M Ott, L Lingard
Academic Medicine 91 (11), S37, 2016
Adaptation and innovation: a grounded theory study of procedural variation in the academic surgical workplace
T Apramian, C Watling, L Lingard, S Cristancho
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 21 (5), 911-918, 2015
The embodiment of practice thresholds: from standardization to stabilization in surgical education.
M Ott, T Apramian, L Lingard, K Roth, S Cristancho
Advances in Health Sciences Education 26, 139-157, 2021
An active in-home physician model of palliative care and its resulting performance indicators related to home deaths, unplanned emergency department visits and unplanned …
C Webber, AO Valiulis, P Tanuseputro, V Schulz, T Apramian, G Schreier, ...
Journal of Palliative Care 36 (1), 46-49, 2021
Scut to Scholarship: Can Operative Notes be Educationally Useful?
T Apramian, M Ott, K Roth, L Lingard, R Tipnis, S Cristancho
Journal of Surgical Education 78 (1), 168-177, 2021
The CFMS Then and Now
T Apramian
2017 CFMS Annual Review, pg 27, 2017
OMSA Position Paper: Socioeconomic Status as a Determinant of Medical School Admissions
R Khan, R Leung, B Lew, D Sit, L Day, T Apramian
Ontario Medical Students' Association, 2016
CFMS Position Paper: Interprofessional Education in Canadian Medical Schools
T Apramian, E Reynen, N Berlin
Canadian Federation of Medical Students, 2015
Starting Your Research Project: From Problem to Theory to Question
JJH Cheung, T Apramian, R Brydges
Healthcare Simulation Research: A Practical Guide, 21-27, 2019
Fighting Fires and Battling the Clock: Advance Care Planning in Family Medicine Residency
T Apramian, O Virag, E Gallagher, M Howard
Family Medicine 55 (9), 574, 2023
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