Rashmi Kusurkar
Rashmi Kusurkar
Professor and Research Programme Leader
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How motivation affects academic performance: a structural equation modelling analysis
RA Kusurkar, TJ Ten Cate, CMP Vos, P Westers, G Croiset
Advances in health sciences education 18, 57-69, 2013
How self-determination theory can assist our understanding of the teaching and learning processes in medical education. AMEE guide No. 59
OTJ Ten Cate, RA Kusurkar, GC Williams
Medical teacher 33 (12), 961-973, 2011
Motivation as an independent and a dependent variable in medical education: a review of the literature
RA Kusurkar, TJ Ten Cate, M Van Asperen, G Croiset
Medical teacher 33 (5), e242-e262, 2011
Twelve tips to stimulate intrinsic motivation in students through autonomy-supportive classroom teaching derived from self-determination theory
RA Kusurkar, G Croiset, OTJ Ten Cate
Medical teacher 33 (12), 978-982, 2011
Motivational profiles of medical students: association with study effort, academic performance and exhaustion
RA Kusurkar, G Croiset, F Galindo-Garré, O Ten Cate
BMC medical education 13, 1-8, 2013
Have motivation theories guided the development and reform of medical education curricula? A review of the literature
RA Kusurkar, G Croiset, KV Mann, E Custers, O Ten Cate
Academic Medicine 87 (6), 735-743, 2012
Effects of age, gender and educational background on strength of motivation for medical school
R Kusurkar, C Kruitwagen, O Ten Cate, G Croiset
Advances in health sciences education 15, 303-313, 2010
Factors influencing academic motivation of ethnic minority students:A review
U Isik, O El Tahir, M Meeter, M Heymans, E Jansma, Croiset, Gerda, ...
SAGE Open, 1-23, 2018
Validity evidence for the measurement of the strength of motivation for medical school
R Kusurkar, G Croiset, C Kruitwagen, O ten Cate
Advances in health sciences education 16, 183-195, 2011
Perceptions of residents, medical and nursing students about Interprofessional education: a systematic review of the quantitative and qualitative literature
CLF Visser, JCF Ket, G Croiset, RA Kusurkar
BMC Medical Education 17, 1-13, 2017
Autonomy support for autonomous motivation in medical education
R Kusurkar, G Croiset
Medical Education Online 20, 27951, 2015
Motivation of medical students: selection by motivation or motivation by selection.
A Wouters, G Croiset, F Galindo-Garré, R Kusurkar
BMC Medical Education 16, 37, 2016
AM last page: Education is not filling a bucket, but lighting a fire: Self-determination theory and motivation in medical students
R Kusurkar, O ten Cate
Academic medicine 88 (6), 904, 2013
Descriptors for unprofessional behaviours of medical students: a systematic review and categorisation
M Mak-Van Der Vossen, W Van Mook, S Van Der Burgt, J Kors, JCF Ket, ...
BMC medical education 17, 1-12, 2017
Integrating the teaching role into one’s identity: a qualitative study of beginning undergraduate medical teachers
T Van Lankveld, J Schoonenboom, RA Kusurkar, M Volman, J Beishuizen, ...
Advances in Health Sciences Education 22, 601-622, 2017
Motivation of Dutch high school students from various backgrounds for applying to study medicine: a qualitative study
A Wouters, G Croiset, U Isik, RA Kusurkar
BMJ open 7 (5), e014779, 2017
Students’ Motivation for Interprofessional Collaboration after their Experience on an IPE Ward: a Qualitative Analysis framed by Self-Determination Theory.
CLF Visser, RA Kusurkar, G Croiset, TJ Ten Cate, HE Westerveld
Medical Teacher Ahead of Print, 2018
How to identify, address and report students’ unprofessional behaviour in medical school
M Mak-van der Vossen, A Teherani, W van Mook, G Croiset, RA Kusurkar
Medical Teacher 42 (4), 372-379, 2020
Burnout and engagement among PhD students in medicine: the BEeP study
RA Kusurkar, SME van der Burgt, U Isik, M Mak-van der Vossen, ...
Perspectives on medical education 10, 110-117, 2021
Autonomous motivation in medical education
RA Kusurkar
Medical teacher 41 (9), 1083-1084, 2019
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