Her scientific interests lie mostly in Medical education, MEDLINE, Faculty development, Teaching method and Professional development. The study of Medical education is intertwined with the study of Promotion in a number of ways. Her MEDLINE research focuses on Family medicine and how it relates to Practice patterns.
Her Faculty development research includes themes of Clinician educator, Educational research, Primary care and Curriculum. Her Curriculum study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Educational leadership and Set. Her studies deal with areas such as Nursing, Preceptor, Managed care and Process as well as Professional development.
Her primary areas of investigation include Medical education, Curriculum, Family medicine, MEDLINE and Faculty development. Deborah Simpson interconnects Nursing and Geriatrics in the investigation of issues within Medical education. Her studies in Nursing integrate themes in fields like Ambulatory care and Primary care.
Her study on Educational measurement and Curriculum development is often connected to Needs assessment as part of broader study in Curriculum. Her Graduate medical education research entails a greater understanding of Accreditation. Her Scholarship research includes elements of Promotion and Excellence.
Deborah Simpson mainly focuses on Medical education, MEDLINE, Family medicine, Graduate medical education and Program evaluation. Deborah Simpson has included themes like Workplace learning, Job description and Interprofessional education in her Medical education study. Her Job description research incorporates elements of Fellowship training and Geriatrics.
The concepts of her MEDLINE study are interwoven with issues in Medical physics, World Wide Web, Professional competence and Academic writing. Her Professional competence study combines topics in areas such as Computer-Assisted Instruction, Faculty medical, Research ethics and Formative assessment. Her Family medicine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Community of practice and Socioeconomic status.
Medical education, MEDLINE, Program evaluation, Job description and Family medicine are her primary areas of study. Her MEDLINE study incorporates themes from Computer-Assisted Instruction, Professional competence, Faculty medical and Academic writing. Program evaluation combines with fields such as Graduate medical education, Medical physics, Peer group, Power and Faculty development in her work.
Her research in Job description intersects with topics in Fellowship training and Geriatrics. Many of her research projects under Family medicine are closely connected to Autonomy with Autonomy, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
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Strategies for efficient and effective teaching in the ambulatory care setting
Gary Ferenchick;Deborah Simpson;James Blackman;Debra DaRosa.
Academic Medicine (1997)
Scholarship in teaching: an imperative for the 21st century
Ruth Marie E Fincher;Deborah E. Simpson;Stewart P. Mennin;Gary C. Rosenfeld.
Academic Medicine (2000)
Attitudes of internal medicine faculty and residents toward professional interaction with pharmaceutical sales representatives.
McKinney Wp;Schiedermayer Dl;Lurie N;Simpson De.
Pharmaceutical representatives in academic medical centers: interaction with faculty and housestaff.
N Lurie;E C Rich;D E Simpson;J Meyer.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (1990)
A survey of sued and nonsued physicians and suing patients.
Robyn S. Shapiro;Deborah E. Simpson;Steven L. Lawrence;Anne Marie Talsky.
JAMA Internal Medicine (1989)
Advancing educators and education by defining the components and evidence associated with educational scholarship.
Deborah Simpson;Ruth Marie E Fincher;Janet P. Hafler;David M. Irby.
Medical Education (2007)
Keeping Granny Safe on July 1: A Consensus on Minimum Geriatrics Competencies for Graduating Medical Students
Rosanne M. Leipzig;Lisa Granville;Deborah Simpson;M Brownell Anderson.
Academic Medicine (2009)
Educational fellowship programs: common themes and overarching issues.
Larry D. Gruppen;Deborah Simpson;Nancy S. Searle;Lynne Robins.
Academic Medicine (2006)
An alternative approach to defining the role of the clinical teacher.
J A Ullian;C J Bland;D E Simpson.
Academic Medicine (1994)
A descriptive, cross-sectional study of formal mentoring for faculty.
J A Morzinski;S Diehr;D J Bower;D E Simpson.
Family Medicine (1996)
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