Albert Scherpbier
Albert Scherpbier
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Experience‐based learning: a model linking the processes and outcomes of medical students' workplace learning
T Dornan, H Boshuizen, N King, A Scherpbier
Medical education 41 (1), 84-91, 2007
How can experience in clinical and community settings contribute to early medical education? A BEME systematic review
T Dornan, S Littlewood, SA Margolis, A Scherpbier, J Spencer, V Ypinazar
Medical teacher 28 (1), 3-18, 2006
Early practical experience and the social responsiveness of clinical education: systematic review
S Littlewood, V Ypinazar, SA Margolis, A Scherpbier, J Spencer, T Dornan
Bmj 331 (7513), 387-391, 2005
General competencies of problem‐based learning (PBL) and non‐PBL graduates
KJAH Prince, PWLJ Van Eijs, HPA Boshuizen, CPM Van Der Vleuten, ...
Medical education 39 (4), 394-401, 2005
Students' opinions about their preparation for clinical practice
KJAH Prince, HPA Boshuizen, CPM Van Der Vleuten, AJJA Scherpbier
Medical education 39 (7), 704-712, 2005
How residents learn: qualitative evidence for the pivotal role of clinical activities
PW Teunissen, F Scheele, A Scherpbier, CPM Van Der Vleuten, K Boor, ...
Medical education 41 (8), 763-770, 2007
Does problem‐based learning lead to deficiencies in basic science knowledge? An empirical case on anatomy
KJAH Prince, H Van Mameren, N Hylkema, J Drukker, AJJA Scherpbier, ...
Medical Education 37 (1), 15-21, 2003
Patient‐oriented learning: a review of the role of the patient in the education of medical students
J Spencer, D Blackmore, S Heard, P McCrorie, D McHaffie, A Scherpbier, ...
Medical education 34 (10), 851-857, 2000
How much anatomy is enough?
EM Bergman, KJAH Prince, J Drukker, CPM van der Vleuten, ...
Anatomical sciences education 1 (4), 184-188, 2008
A qualitative analysis of the transition from theory to practice in undergraduate training in a PBL-medical school
KJAH Prince, M Van De Wiel, AJJA Scherpbier, PM Cess, HPA Boshuizen
Advances in Health Sciences Education 5 (2), 105-116, 2000
Validation and implementation of surgical simulators: a critical review of present, past, and future
BMA Schout, AJM Hendrikx, F Scheele, BLH Bemelmans, A Scherpbier
Surgical endoscopy 24 (3), 536-546, 2010
‘The research compass’: An introduction to research in medical education: AMEE Guide No. 56
C Ringsted, B Hodges, A Scherpbier
Medical teacher 33 (9), 695-709, 2011
BEME systematic review: predictive values of measurements obtained in medical schools and future performance in medical practice
H Hamdy, K Prasad, MB Anderson, A Scherpbier, R Williams, R Zwierstra, ...
Medical teacher 28 (2), 103-116, 2006
Cognitive apprenticeship in clinical practice: can it stimulate learning in the opinion of students?
RE Stalmeijer, DHJM Dolmans, IHAP Wolfhagen, AJJA Scherpbier
Advances in health sciences education 14 (4), 535-546, 2009
An evaluation study of the didactic quality of clerkships
ROY Remmen, J Denekens, A Scherpbier, I Hermann, C Van Der Vleuten, ...
Medical education 34 (6), 460-464, 2000
Can medical schools rely on clerkships to train students in basic clinical skills?
R Remmen, A Derese, A Scherpbier, J Denekens, I Hermann, ...
Medical education 33 (8), 600-605, 1999
Why don’t they know enough about anatomy? A narrative review
EM Bergman, CPM Van Der Vleuten, AJJA Scherpbier
Medical Teacher 33 (5), 403-409, 2011
How can medical students learn in a self‐directed way in the clinical environment? Design‐based research
T Dornan, J Hadfield, M Brown, H Boshuizen, A Scherpbier
Medical education 39 (4), 356-364, 2005
The role of deliberate practice in the acquisition of clinical skills
RJ Duvivier, J van Dalen, AM Muijtjens, VRMP Moulaert, ...
BMC Medical Education 11 (1), 1-7, 2011
The need for evidence in education
C PM Van Der Vleuten, DHJM Dolmans, AJJA Scherpbier
Medical Teacher 22 (3), 246-250, 2000
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