Journal Articles Authored by ABIM Staff and Leadership
|Angus S, Adams M, Willett LL, Swenson SL, Chaudhry SI, Halvorsen AJ, Arora V, McDonald FS.
Internal medicine program directors' views of the new internal medicine subspecialty match timeline: A change in the right direction.
American Journal of Medicine. Available Online Ahead of Print, July 2014.
|Angus S, Vu TR, Halvorsen AJ, Aiyer M, McKown K, Chmielewski AF, McDonald FS.
What skills should new internal medicine interns have in July? A national survey of internal medicine residency program directors.
Academic Medicine. 2014; 89(3): 432-435.
Not all (medical) homes are built alike: Some work better than others.
JAMA Internal Medicine. 2014; 174(8): 1358-1359.
|Baron RJ, Johnson D.
The American Board of Internal Medicine: Evolving professional self-regulation.
Annals of Internal Medicine. 2014; 161(3): 221-223.
|Baron RJ, Krumholz HM, Jessup M, Brosseau JL.
Board certification in internal medicine and cardiology: Historical success and future challenges.
Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine. Available Online Ahead of Print, November 2014.
|Baron RJ, Slass LB.
In reply-American Board of Internal Medicine and the maintenance of transparency.
Mayo Clinic Proceedings. 2014; 89(7): 1021-1023.
|Bernabeo EC, Reddy SG, Ginsburg S, Holmboe ES.
Professionalism and maintenance of certification: Using vignettes describing interpersonal dilemmas to stimulate reflection and learning.
Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. 2014; 34(2): 112-122.
|Brossman BG, Guille RA.
A comparison of multi-stage and linear test designs for medium-size licensure and certification examinations.
Journal of Computerized Adaptive Testing. 2014; 2(2): 18-36.
|Clauser JC, Clauser BE, Hambleton RK.
Increasing the validity of angoff standards through analysis of judge-level internal consistency.
Applied Measurement in Education. 2014; 27(1): 19-30.
|Clauser JC, Margolis MJ, Clauser BE.
An examination of the replicability of angoff standard setting results within a generalizability theory framework.
Journal of Educational Measurement. 2014; 51(2): 127-140.
|Dulohery MM, Stoven S, Kurklinksy A, Halvorsen A, McDonald FS, Bhagra A.
Ultrasound for internal medicine physicians: The future of the physical examination.
Journal of Ultrasound Medicine. 2014; 33(6): 1005-1011.
|Edwards ST, Abrams MK, Baron RJ, Berenson RA, Rich EC, Rosenthal GE, Rosenthal MB, Landon BE.
Structuring payment to medical homes after the Affordable Care Act.
Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2014; 29(10): 1410-1413.
|Gallagher TH, Prouty CD, Brock DM, Liao JM, Weissman A, Holmboe ES.
Internists' attitudes about assessing and maintaining clinical competence.
Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2014; 29(4): 608-614.
|Ginsburg S, Bernabeo E, Holmboe ES.
Doing what might be “wrong”: Understanding internists' responses to professional challenges.
Academic Medicine. 2014; 89(4): 664-670.
|Grabovsky I, Hess BJ, Haist SA, Lipner RS, Hawley JL, Woodward S, Engleberg NC.
The relationship between performance on the infectious disease in-training and certification examinations.
Clinical Infectious Diseases. Available Online Ahead of Print, November 2014.
|Gray BM, Vandergrift JL, Gao G, McCullough JS, Lipner RS.
Website ratings of physicians and their quality of care.
JAMA Intern Medicine. Available Online Ahead of Print, December 2014.
|Green S, Klein AJ, Pancholy S, Rao SV, Steinberg D, Lipner R, Marshall J, Messenger JC.
The current state of medical simulation in interventional cardiology: A clinical document from the society for cardiovascular angiography and intervention's (SCAI) simulation committee.
Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions. 2014; 83(1): 37-46.
|Hauer KE, Ten Cate O, Boscardin C, Irby DM, Iobst W, O'Sullivan PS.
Understanding trust as an essential element of trainee supervision and learning in the workplace.
Advances in Health Sciences Education: Theory and Practice. 2014; 19(3): 435-456.
|Havyer RD, Wingo MT, Comfere NI, Nelson DR, Halvorsen AJ, McDonald FS, Reed DA.
Teamwork assessment in internal medicine: A systematic review of validity evidence and outcomes.
Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2014; 29(6): 894-910.
|Hess BJ, Lipner RS, Thompson V, Holmboe ES, Graber ML.
Blink or think: Can further reflection improve Initial diagnostic impressions?
Academic Medicine. Available Online Ahead of Print, November 2014.
|Hirsh DA, Holmboe ES, Ten Cate O.
Time to trust: Longitudinal integrated clerkships and entrustable professional activities.
Academic Medicine. 2014; 29(6): 894-910.
|Holmboe ES, Bernabeo E.
The 'special obligations' of the modern Hippocratic Oath for 21st century medicine.
Medical Education. 2014; 48(1): 87-94.
|Holmboe ES, Durning SJ.
Assessing clinical reasoning: Moving from in vitro to in vivo.
Diagnosis. 2014; 1(1): 111-117.
|Kogan JR, Conforti LN, Iobst WF, Holmboe ES.
Reconceptualizing variable rater assessments as both an educational and clinical care problem.
Academic Medicine. 2014; 89(5): 721-727.
|Ladenson PW, Balasubramanyam A, Danoff A, Bhasin S.
Defining, assessing, and certifying procedural competency in endocrinology, diabetes, & metabolism.
Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. 2014; 99(8): 2651-2653.
|Lee SM, Lee MC, Reed DA, Halvorsen AJ, Berbari EF, McDonald FS, Beckman TJ.
Success of a faculty development program for teachers at the Mayo Clinic.
Journal of Graduate Medical Education. Available Online Ahead of Print, November 2014.
|Lipner RS, Brossman BG.
Characteristics of internal medicine physicians and their practices that have differential impacts on their maintenance of certification.
Academic Medicine. Available Online Ahead of Print, August 2014.
A dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry scan: Need to know vs nice to know.
JAMA Internal Medicine & Practice. 2014; 174(2): 183.
|McKinley DW, Hess BJ, Boulet JR, Lipner RS.
Examining changes in certification/licensure requirements and the international medical graduate examinee pool.
Advances in Health Sciences Education: Theory & Practice. 2014; 19(1): 19-28.
|Paradis E, Reeves S, Leslie M, Aboumatar H, Chesluk B, Clark P, Courtnay M, Franck L, Lamb G, Lyndon A, Mesman J, Puntillo K, Schmitt M, van Soeren M, Wachter B, Zwarenstein M, Gropper M, Kitto S.
Exploring the nature of interprofessional collaboration and family member involvement in an intensive care context.
Journal of Interprofessional Care. 2014; 28(1): 74-75.
|Patel MS, Reed DA, Loertscher L, McDonald FS, Arora VM.
Teaching residents to provide cost-conscious care: A national survey of residency program directors.
JAMA Internal Medicine. 2014; 174(3): 470-472.
|Peikes DN, Reid RJ, Day TJ, Cornwell DD, Dale SB, Baron RJ, Brown RS, Shapiro RJ.
Staffing patterns of primary care practices in the comprehensive primary care initiative.
Annals of Family Medicine. 2014; 12(2): 142-149.
|Ross KM, Bernabeo E.
When professional obligations collide: Context matters.
American Journal of Bioethics. 2014; 14(9): 38-40.
|Silber JH, Romano PS, Itani KM, Rosen AK, Small D, Lipner RS, Bosk CL, Wang Y, Halenar MJ, Korovaichuk S, Even-Shoshan O, Volpp KG.
Assessing the effects of the 2003 resident duty hours reform on internal medicine board scores.
Academic Medicine. 2014; 89(4): 644-651.
|Sinsky CA, Beasley JW, Simmons GE, Baron RJ.
Electronic health records: Design, implementation, and policy for higher-value primary care.
Annals of Internal Medicine. 2014; 160(10): 727-728.
|Sirovich BE, Lipner RS, Johnston M, Holmboe ES.
The association between residency training and internists' ability to practice conservatively.
JAMA Internal Medicine. 2014; 174(10): 1640-1648.
|Wolfson D, Santa J, Slass L.
Engaging physicians and consumers in conversations about treatment overuse and waste: A short history of the Choosing Wisely campaign.
Academic Medicine. 2014; 89(7): 990-995.