His work on Medical education as part of general Small group learning study is frequently linked to Team-based learning, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. As part of his studies on Medical education, Paul Haidet often connects relevant areas like Medical school. His Social psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Neuroscience, Perception and Nursing, Patient satisfaction. Neuroscience and Perception are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. His study in Patient satisfaction extends to Nursing with its themes. He links relevant research areas such as Randomized controlled trial, Concordance and Veterans Affairs in the realm of Internal medicine. As part of his studies on Randomized controlled trial, Paul Haidet frequently links adjacent subjects like Internal medicine. Paul Haidet connects relevant research areas such as Class (philosophy) and Perspective (graphical) in the domain of Artificial intelligence. His Artificial intelligence research extends to Perspective (graphical), which is thematically connected.
Medical education is closely attributed to Team-based learning in his research. Paul Haidet combines topics linked to Medical education with his work on Team-based learning. His research on Nursing frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Psychological intervention. Psychological intervention is often connected to Nursing in his work. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Pedagogy and Curriculum. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Curriculum and Pedagogy. Many of his studies on Law apply to MEDLINE as well. MEDLINE and Law are frequently intertwined in his study. In his study, Paul Haidet carries out multidisciplinary Family medicine and Internal medicine research.
His Transformative learning research focuses on Pedagogy and how it connects with Curriculum. He performs multidisciplinary study in Curriculum and Pedagogy in his work. Paul Haidet works mostly in the field of Small group learning, limiting it down to concerns involving Medical education and, occasionally, Medical humanities and Team-based learning. As part of his studies on Team-based learning, Paul Haidet often connects relevant areas like Medical education. His work on Social psychology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Inclusion (mineral) and Facilitator. His study on Inclusion (mineral) is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Social psychology. Paul Haidet applies his multidisciplinary studies on Facilitator and Facilitation in his research. The study of Cronbach's alpha and Exploratory factor analysis are components of his Psychometrics research. In his papers, Paul Haidet integrates diverse fields, such as Cronbach's alpha and Psychometrics.
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Racial and ethnic disparities in the use of health services: bias, preferences, or poor communication?
Carol M. Ashton;Paul Haidet;Paul Haidet;Debora A. Paterniti;Debora A. Paterniti;Tracie C. Collins;Tracie C. Collins.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2003)
Physicians’ communication and perceptions of patients: Is it how they look, how they talk, or is it just the doctor?
Richard L. Street;Howard Gordon;Paul Haidet.
Social Science & Medicine (2007)
Understanding Concordance in Patient-Physician Relationships: Personal and Ethnic Dimensions of Shared Identity
Richard L. Street;Kimberly J. O'Malley;Lisa A. Cooper;Paul Haidet.
Annals of Family Medicine (2008)
The Role of the Student-Teacher Relationship in the Formation of Physicians: The Hidden Curriculum as Process
Paul Haidet;Howard F. Stein.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2006)
Teaching the Human Dimensions of Care in Clinical Settings
William T. Branch;David Kern;Paul Haidet;Peter Weissmann.
Team-based learning at ten medical schools: two years later.
Britta M Thompson;Virginia F Schneider;Paul Haidet;Paul Haidet;Ruth E Levine.
Medical Education (2007)
Medical student attitudes toward the doctor-patient relationship
Paul Haidet;Paul Haidet;Joyce E Dains;Debora A Paterniti;Laura Hechtel.
Medical Education (2002)
Physician overestimation of patient literacy: a potential source of health care disparities.
P. Adam Kelly;Paul Haidet.
Patient Education and Counseling (2007)
A controlled trial of active versus passive learning strategies in a large group setting.
Paul Haidet;Robert O. Morgan;Kimberly O'Malley;Betty Jeanne Moran.
Advances in Health Sciences Education (2004)
Beliefs about control in the physician-patient relationship: effect on communication in medical encounters.
Richard L. Street;Edward Krupat;Robert A. Bell;Richard L. Kravitz.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2003)
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