Innovations - Publications
- Principles and Practice of aPBL, by Howard S. Barrows and Wee Keng Neo; Lyndia (revised 2010) 153 pages, paper bound.
- Problem-Based Learning Applied to Medical Education, by Howard S. Barrows (2000) 147 pages, paper bound.
- Stimulated Recall (Personalized Assessment of Clinical Reasoning), by Howard S. Barrows (2000) 31 pages, paper bound.
- What Your Tutor May Never Tell You, by Howard S. Barrows (1996) 45 pages paper bound.
- The Tutorial Process, by Howard S. Barrows (revised 1992) 70 pages, paper bound.
- The Diagnosis and Treatment of the Failing Student (Standardized Patient Exam Failures), by Debra L. Klamen and Reed G. Williams(2010)169 pages, paper bound.
- Training Standardized Patients to Have Physical Findings, by Howard S. Barrows (1999) 32 pages, paper bound.
- Reed G. Williams, Debra L Klamen, Christopher B White, Emil Petrusa, Ruth-Marie E. Fincher, Carol F. Whitfield, John H. Shatzer, Teresita McCarty, and Bonnie M. Miller. Tracking Development of Clinical Reasoning Ability Across Five Medical Schools Using a Progress Test. Academic Medicine. 2011;86(9):1148-1154.
- Roberts, N. K., Williams, R. G., Kim, M. J. and Dunnington, G. L. (2009). The briefing, intraoperative teaching, debriefing model for teaching in the operating room. Journal American College of Surgeons, 208 (2), p299-303.