Street RL Jr, Krupat E, Bell RA, Kravitz RL, Haidet P. Beliefs about control in the physician-patient relationship: Effect on communication in medical encounters. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2003;18:609-616.
Krupat E, Hsu, Irish J, Schmittdiel J, Selby J. Matching patients and physicians based on beliefs about care: Results of a randomized controlled trial. American Journal of Managed Care, 2004;10:806-813.
Stein, T., Frankel R. M., & Krupat, E. Enhancing clinician communication skills in a large healthcare organization: A longitudinal case study. Patient Education & Counseling, 2005;8:4-12.
Street, RL Jr., Gordon, HS, Ward, MM, Krupat, E., Kravitz, RL Patient participation in medical consultations: Why some patients are more involved than others, Medical Care, 2005;43:960-69.
Krupat, E., Frankel, R., Stein, T., & Irish, J. The Four Habits Coding Scheme: Validation of an Instrument to Assess Clinicians’ Communication Behavior, Patient Education & Counseling, 2006;62:38-45.
Green AR, Miller E, Krupat E, White A, Taylor WC, Hirsh DA, Wilson RP, Betancourt JR. Designing and implementing a cultural competence OSCE: lessons learned from interviews with medical students. Ethnicity and Disease. 2007;17:344-50.
Makoul G, Krupat E, Chang CH. Measuring patient views of physician communication skills: development and testing of the Communication Assessment Tool. Patient Education & Counseling. 2007;67:333-42.
Lown BA, Chou CL, Clark WD, Haidet P, White MK, Krupat E, Pelletier S, Weissman P, Anderson MB. Caring attitudes in medical education: Perceptions of deans and curriculum leaders. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2007;22:1514-22.
Ribeiro MM, Krupat E, Amaral CF Brazilian medical students’ attitudes toward patient-centered care. Medical Teacher, 2007;1-5.
Bell SK, Krupat E, Fazio SB, Roberts DH, Schwartzstein RM. Longitudinal pedagogy: a successful response to the fragmentation of the third year medical student clerkship experience. Academic Medicine, 2008;83:467-75.
Gulbrandsen P, Krupat E, Benth JS, Garratt A, Safran DG, Finset A, Frankel R. “Four Habits” goes abroad: Report from a pilot study in Norway. Patient Education & Counseling, 2008;72:388-93.
Gaufberg E, Baumer N, Hinrichs M, Krupat E The voice of the third year medical student in negotiating three boundary challenges. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 2008;20:334-9.
Cardall S, Krupat E, Ulrich M. Live lecture versus video-recorded lecture: Are students voting with their feet? Academic Medicine, 2008;83:1174-8.
Krupat E, Pelletier S, Alexander EK, Hirsh D, Ogur B, Schwartzstein R. Can changes in the principal clinical year prevent the erosion of students’ patient-centered beliefs? Academic Medicine 2009;84:582-6.
Ferguson K, Wolter E, Yarbrough DB, Carline JB, Krupat, E Defining and Describing Medical Learning Communities: Results of a National Survey Academic Medicine 2009;84:1459-56.
Goisman RM, Levin RM, Krupat E, Pelletier SR, Alpert JE. Psychiatric OSCE performance of students with and without a previous core psychiatry clerkship. Academic Psychiatry 2010;34:141-4.
Krupat E, Pelletier SR, Chernicky DW. The third year in the first person: medical students report on their principal clinical year. Academic Medicine 2011;86:90-7.
Kerfoot BP, Shaffer K, McMahon GT, Baker H, Kirdar J, Corbett EC Jr, Berkow R, Krupat E, Armstrong EG. Online “spaced education progress-testing” of students to confront two upcoming challenges in medical schools. Academic Medicine 2011;86:300-306.
Krupat E, Sprague JM, Wolpaw D, Haidet P, Hatem D, O’Brien B. Thinking critically about critical thinking: ability, disposition, or both? Medical Education 2011;45:625-35.
Hirsh D, Gaufberg E, Ogur B, Cohen P, Krupat E, Cox, Bor D. Educational outcomes of the Harvard Medical School-Cambridge Integrated Clerkship: A way forward for medical education, Academic Medicine 2012;87:643-50.
O’Brien B, Poncelet A, Hansen L, Hirsh D, Ogur B, Alexander EK, Krupat E, Hauer KE Differences in medical students’ workplace learning in block and longitudinal integrated clerkships: A multi-institutional observational study, Medical Education 2012;46:613-24.
Pololi LH, Krupat E, Civian JT, Ash AS, Brennan RT. Why are a quarter of faculty considering leaving academic medicine? A study of their perceptions of institutional culture and intentions to leave at 26 representative U.S. medical schools. Academic Medicine 2012;87:859-69.
Niu NN, Syed ZA, Krupat E, Crutcher BN, Pelletier SR, Shields, HM. The impact of cross-cultural interactions on medical students’ preparedness to care for diverse patients. Academic Medicine 2012;87:1530-4.
Shaw WS, Woiszwillo MJ, Krupat, E.. Further validation of the Patient-Practitioner Orientation Scale (PPOS) from recorded visits for back pain. Patient Education and Counseling 2012;89:288-91.
Pololi LH, Civian JT, Brennan RT, Dottolo AL, Krupat. Experiencing the culture of academic medicine: Gender matters, a national study. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2013;28:201-7.
Pereira CM, Amaral CF, Ribeiro MM, Paro HB, Pinto RM, Reis LE, Silva CH, Krupat E. Cross-cultural validation of the Patient-Practitioner Orientation Scale (PPOS). Patient Education and Counseling 2013;91:37-43.
Blanch-Hartigan D, Hall JA, Krupat E, Irish JT. Can Naive Viewers Put Themselves in the Patients' Shoes?: Reliability and Validity of the Analogue Patient Methodology. Medical Care 2013;51:16-21.
Pololi LH, Krupat E, Schnell ER, Kern DE. Preparing culture change agents for academic medicine in a multi-institutional consortium: the C-Change learning action network. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. 2013:33: 244-57.
Pololi LH, Evans AT, Gibbs BK, Krupat E, Brennan RT, Civian JT. The experience of minority faculty who are underrepresented in medicine at 26 representative US medical schools. Academic Medicine 2013;88:1308-14.
Krupat E, Pololi L, Schnell ER, Kern DE. Changing the culture of academic medicine: the C-Change learning action network and its impact at participating schools. Academic Medicine 2013;88:1252-8.
Gaufberg E, Hirsh D, Krupat E, Ogur B, Pelletier S, Reiff D, Bor D. Into the future: patient-centeredness endures in longitudinal integrated clerkship graduates. Medical Education 2014;48:572-82.
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