Medical education, Context, Social psychology, Professional development and Professional competence are his primary areas of study. His study in the field of Clinical training also crosses realms of Grounded theory. Shiphra Ginsburg conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Context and Medical ethics through his research.
His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Inference and Interpretation. His Interpretation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Argument and Action. His study focuses on the intersection of Professional competence and fields such as Personality with connections in the field of Pedagogy, Theme, Discourse analysis and Teaching method.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Medical education, Social psychology, Context, Grounded theory and Focus group. His studies deal with areas such as Perception, Faculty medical, Curriculum, Construct and Competence as well as Medical education. Shiphra Ginsburg focuses mostly in the field of Faculty medical, narrowing it down to matters related to Shame and, in some cases, Students medical.
While the research belongs to areas of Social psychology, Shiphra Ginsburg spends his time largely on the problem of Interpretation, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Action. His Context research includes themes of Meaning, Professional development, Ambiguity and Reading. His Professional development study combines topics in areas such as Learning environment and Self-efficacy.
Shiphra Ginsburg mostly deals with Medical education, Competence, Curriculum, Perception and Grounded theory. The various areas that Shiphra Ginsburg examines in his Medical education study include International working group and Formative assessment. His Formative assessment research incorporates elements of Interpersonal relationship, Self-efficacy and Set.
His Competence study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Procedural skill, Empirical research and Clinical teaching. His study in Curriculum is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Rehabilitation, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Functional impairment, Resident education and Best practice. Perception is closely attributed to Professional competence in his study.
Shiphra Ginsburg mainly investigates Medical education, Competence, Entertainment, Active listening and Audience measurement. His work deals with themes such as Hidden curriculum, International working group and Syllabus, which intersect with Medical education. The Competence study combines topics in areas such as Operationalization, Perception and Specialty.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Mathematics education and Formative assessment in addition to Perception. His work carried out in the field of Mathematics education brings together such families of science as Interpersonal relationship, Self-efficacy, Set and Self-assessment. Shiphra Ginsburg works mostly in the field of Formative assessment, limiting it down to concerns involving Organizational culture and, occasionally, Professional development.
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A contemporary approach to validity arguments: a practical guide to Kane's framework.
David Allan Cook;Ryan Brydges;Ryan Brydges;Shiphra Ginsburg;Shiphra Ginsburg;Rose Hatala.
Medical Education (2015)
Context, Conflict, and Resolution: A New Conceptual Framework for Evaluating Professionalism
Shiphra Ginsburg;Glenn Regehr;Rose Hatala;Nancy Mcnaughton.
Academic Medicine (2000)
Assessment of professionalism: Recommendations from the Ottawa 2010 Conference
Brian David Hodges;Shiphra R. Ginsburg;Richard Cruess;Sylvia Cruess.
Bronchodilator delivery in acute airflow obstruction: a meta-analysis
M O Turner;A Patel;S Ginsburg;J M FitzGerald.
JAMA Internal Medicine (1997)
The Professionalism Mini-evaluation Exercise: a preliminary investigation.
Richard Cruess;Jodi Herold McIlroy;Sylvia Cruess;Shiphra Ginsburg.
Academic Medicine (2006)
Toward Authentic Clinical Evaluation: Pitfalls in the Pursuit of Competency
Shiphra Ginsburg;Jodi McIlroy;Olga Oulanova;Kevin Eva.
Academic Medicine (2010)
Medical students’ views on peer assessment of professionalism
Louise Arnold;Carolyn K. Shue;Barbara Kritt;Shiphra Ginsburg.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2005)
The anatomy of the professional lapse: bridging the gap between traditional frameworks and students' perceptions.
Shiphra Ginsburg;Glenn Regehr;David Stern;Lorelei Lingard.
Academic Medicine (2002)
Basing the evaluation of professionalism on observable behaviors: a cautionary tale.
Shiphra Ginsburg;Glenn Regehr;Lorelei Lingard.
Academic Medicine (2004)
The disavowed curriculum: understanding student's reasoning in professionally challenging situations.
Shiphra Ginsburg;Glenn Regehr;Lorelei Lingard.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2003)
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