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June 2001

Volume 21 | Number 3

Special Theme: Letters of Evaluation

Dealing with Negative Information: A Dilemma for Premedical Advisors and Admissions Officers
Carol L. Elam, Ed.D.
Dwight Davis, M.D.
Saundra Herndon Oyewole, Ph.D.

The Dishonest Dean's Letter: An Analysis of 532 Dean's Letters from 99 US Medical Schools
Michael Edmond, M.D., M.P.H.
Margaret Roberson, M.D.
Nael Hasan, M.D.

A Reason to Reconsider
Ronald Harrison Fishbein, M.D.

Letters of Evaluation: AMCAS 2002 and the Electronic Age
Lori Provost

Special Theme: The Premed Curriculum — Continuing the Dialogue

Changes in the Medical School Curriculum
Deborah German, M.D.

Advising Pre-Health Professions Students in the Liberal Arts Tradition: Appreciating and Valuing the Undergraduate Experience
Kerry L. Cheesman, Ph.D.

Continuing the Discussion of the Premed Curriculum: More, Less, the Same, or Different?
Robert E. Cannon, Ph.D.

From the Literature: Attributes of Students Graduating from Schools and Colleges of Optometry
David A. Heath, O.D., Ed.M.
Kent M. Daum, O.D., Ph.D.
Anthony F. DiStefano, O.D., M.P.H.
Charles L. Haine, O.D., M.S.
Steven H. Schwartz, O.D., Ph.D.

Book Review: Second Opinions: Stories of Intuition and Choice in the Changing World of Medicine
Book by Jerome Groopman, M.D.
Review by Peter S. Van Houten, Ph.D.

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