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Jan Carline, Director

Professor
Box 357240
H-201/205, Health Sciences Center
206-685-2135
carlinej@u.washington.edu

Papers and Presentations

Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals

Carline JD, Cullen TJ, Dohner CW, Schwarz MR, Zinser EA: Career preference of first and second year medical students: the WAMI experience. Journal of Medical Education 55:682-691, 1980

Carline JD and Scher ME: Comparison of course evaluation by random and volunteer student samples. Journal of Medical Education 55:122-127, 1981

Carline JD, Cullen TJ, Scott CS, Shannon NF, Schaad D: Predicting performance during clinical years from the New Medical College Admission Test. Journal of Medical Education 58:18-25, 1983

Scher ME, Carline JD, Murray JA: Specialization in psychiatry: What determines the medical student's choice, pro or con? Comprehensive Psychiatry 24:459468, 1983

Coggan PG, Macdonald SC, Camacho Z, Carline JD, Taylor T: An analysis of the magnitude of clinical-reasoning deficiencies in one class. Journal of Medical Education 60:293301, 1985

Carline JD, Cook CE, Lennard ES, Coluccio GM, Norman NL: Resident and Faculty differences in student evaluations: Implications for changes in a clerkship evaluation system. Surgery, 100:89-94, 1986

Yergan J, Schaad DC. Carline JD, Phillips TD, Hunt DD, Graney DO Use of the case control approach to predict outcomes on the NBME Part I Examination. Journal of Medical Education 63:59-61, 1988

Harder AK, Carline JD: Selection of anatomy and physiology textbooks for nursing students: influencing variables. American Biology Teacher 50:82-85, 1988

Scott CS, Greig LM, Brock DM, Hunt DD, Schaad DC, Carline, JD: Early identification of future medical students using initial undergraduate grades. Medical Education 22:389-392, 1988

Montano DE, Neighbor WE, Carline JD, Wright CL, Phillips TJ: A survey of fourth year medical student's decisions regarding family practice as a career. Journal of Medical Education 63:830-838, 1988

Hunt DD, Carline JD, Tonesk X, Yergan J, Siever M, Loebel JP: Types of problem students encountered by clinical teachers on clerkships. Medical Education 23:14-18, 1989

Greer T, Carline JD Specialty choice by medical students: Recent graduate follow-up survey at the University of Washington. Family Medicine 21: 127-131, 1989

Ramsey PG, Carline JD, Inui TS, Larson EB, Logerfo JP, Wenrich MD: Predictive validity of the American Board of Internal Medicine certification process. Annals of Internal Medicine 110: 719-726, 1989

Carline JD, Inui TS, Larson EB, Logerfo JP, Ramsey PG The knowledge base of certified internists: relationships to training, practice type, and other physician characteristics. Archives of Internal Medicine 149: 2311-2313, 1989

Carline JD, Wenrich M, Ramsey PG Characteristics of ratings of physician competence by professional associates. Evaluation in the Health Professions 12: 409-423, 1989

Bleyer WA, Hunt DD, Carline JD, Trevisan M, Johnson S, Phillips T Enhancement of the oncology curriculum in the School of Medicine at the University of Washington, 1984-1988. Academic Medicine 65:114-119, 1990

Alfayez SF, Strand DA, Carline JD Academic, social and cultural factors influencing medical school grade performance. Medical Education 24:230-238, 1990

Carline JD and Greer T Comparing physicians' specialty interests upon entering medical school with their eventual practice specialties. Academic Medicine 66:44-46, 1991

Hunt DD, MacLaren CF, Carline JD Rating medical students' potential as house officers: a perspective of deans and residency directors from two schools. Academic Medicine 66: 340-344, 1991

Ramsey PG, Carline JD, Inui TS, Larson EB, LoGerfo JP, Norcini JJ, Wenrich MD Changes over time in the knowledge base of practicing internists. Journal of the American Medical Association 266: 1103-1107, 1991

Petrusa E, Blackwell T, Carline JD, Ramsey PG, McGaghie W, Colindres R, Mast T, Sooler N A multi-institutional trial of an objective structured clinical examination. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 3: 86-94, 1991

Metheny WP, Carline JD The problem student: a comparison of student and physician views. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 3: 133-137, 1991

Carline JD, Paauw DS, Thiede KW, Ramsey PG Factors affecting the reliability of ratings of students' clinical skills in a medicine clerkship. Journal of General Internal Medicine 7: 506-510, 1992

Ramsey PG, Wenrich MD, Carline JD, Innu TS, Larson EB, LoGerfo JP Use of peer ratings to evaluate physician performance. Journal of the American Medical Association 269: 1655-1600, 1993

Wenrich MD, Carline JD, Giles LM, Ramsey PG Ratings of the performance of practicing internists by hospital-based registered nurses. Academic Medicine 68: 680-687, 1993

Swanson DB, Case SM, Waechter D, Veloski J, Hasbrouk C, Friedman M, Carline JD, McaLaren C A preliminary study of the validity of scores and pass/fail standards for USMLE Steps 1 and 2. Academic Medicine 68: S19-S21, 1993

Ramsey PG, Wenrich MD, Carline JD, Innu TS, Larson EB, LoGerfo JP Utilizacion de las valoraciones por iguales para evaluar la profesionalidad de los medicos. Journal of the American Medical Association (Spanish edition) 8: 546-554, 1993. Originally published, in English, in Journal of the American Medical Association 269: 1655-1600, 1993

Curtis JR, Paauw DS, Wenrich MD, Carline JD, Ramsey PG Internal medicine residents’ skills at identification of HIV-risk behavior and HIV-related disease. Academic Medicine 69: S45-S47, 1994.

Wenrich MD, Carline JD, Ramsey PG Relationship between quality of training programs and internists’ subsequent practice performance.. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 7: 13-17, 1995

Hunt DD, Khalid BAK, Shabudin SH, Jaafar R, Carline JD A cross-cultural comparison of problem students on clinical rotations. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 7: 8-12, 1995

Curtis JR, Paauw DS, Wenrich MD, Carline JD, Ramsey PG. Ability of primary care physicians to diagnose and manage Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 10: 395-399, 1995.

Curtis JR, Paauw DS, Wenrich MD, Carline JD, Ramsey PG. Physicians’ ability to provide primary care to an HIV infected patient. Archives of Internal Medicine, 155: 1613-1618, 1995.

Wenrich MD, Paauw DS, Carline JD, Curtis JR, Ramsey PG. Do primary care physicians screen patients about alcohol intake using the CAGE questions? Journal of General Internal Medicine 10, 631-634, 1995.

Paauw DS, Wenrich MD, Curtis JR, Carline JD, Ramsey PG. Ability of primary care physicians to recognize physical findings associated with HIV infection. Journal of the American Medical Association 274: 1380-1382, 1995

Ramsey PG, Carline JD, Blank LL, Wenrich MD. Feasibility of hospital-based use of peer ratings to evaluate the performance of practicing physicians. Academic Medicine 71, 364-370, 1996.

Wenrich MD, Carline JD, Curtis JR, Paauw DS, Ramsey PG. Patient report of HIV risk screening by primary care physicians. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 12, 116-121, 1996.

Ellsbury KE, Burack JH, Irby DM, Stritter FT, Ambrozy D, Carline JD, Guo J, Schaad DC. The shift to primary care: Emerging influences on specialty choice. Academic Medicine 71, S16-8, 1996.

Norris TE, Coombs JB, Carline J. An educational needs assessment of rural family physicians. Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 9, 86-93, 1996.

Ramsbottom-Lucier MT, Martin DP, Carline JD, Shannon NF, Ramsey PG: Influence of an office-based internal medicine clerkship on selection of primary care training programs: a 5-year experience. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 8, 200-207, 1996.

Wenrich MD, Curtis JR, Carline JD, Paauw DS, Ramsey PG. HIV risk screening in the primary care setting: Assessment of physicians’ skills using a panel of standardized patients. Journal of General Internal Medicine 72, 107-113, 1997.

Bowen JL, Carline JD. Learning in the social context of ambulatory care clinics. Academic Medicine 72, 187-190, 1997.

Burack JH, Irby DM, Carline JD, Ambrozy DM, Ellsbury KE, Stritter FT. Trying on possible selves: a look inside the black box of medical student specialty choice. Academic Medicine 72, 534-541, 1997.

Dobie S, Carline JD, Laskowski MB. An early preceptorship and Medical students’ beliefs, values, and career choices. Advances in Health Sciences Education 2, 35-47, 1997.

Anderson WJ, Carline JD, Ambrozy DM, Irby DM. Faculty development for ambulatory care education. Academic Medicine 72, 1072-1075, 1997.

Ambrozy DM, Irby DM, Bowen JL, Burack JH, Carline JD, Stritter FT. Role models’ perceptions of their influence on students’ specialty choice. Academic Medicine 72, 1119-1121, 1997.

Carline JD, Patterson DG, Davis LA, Irby DM. Precollege enrichment programs intended to Increase the representation of minorities in medicine. Academic Medicine 73, 288-298, 1998.

Carline JD, Patterson DG, Davis LA. Enrichment programs for undergraduate college students intended to Increase the representation of minorities in medicine . Academic Medicine 73, 299-312, 1998.

Articles In Press in Peer Reviewed Journals

Ramsey PG, Curtis JR, Paauw DS, Carline J, Wenrich MD: Primary care physicians' history taking and preventive screening skills in initial interactions with standardized patients'. American Journal of Medicine (in press)

Ellsbury KE, Carline JD, Irby DM, Stritter, FT. Influence of third-year clerkships on medical student specialty preferences. Advances in Health Sciences Education (in press).

Abstracts

Carline JD and Scher ME: Comparison of course evaluation by random and volunteer student samples. Abstracted in College Student Personnel Abstracts 17:1, 79, 1981

Carline JD: School psychologists and clinical judgment: Patterns of data utilization. Resources in Education. 1980 (complete article computer accessible in Educational Resource Information Center database)

Hays RM, Hackworth SR, Carline J, Stolov WC: The effect of an undergraduate medical experience in rural rehabilitation on physicians' later practice patterns. Abstracted in Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 73: 988, 1992

Curtis JR, Wenrich MD, Paauw DS, Carline J, Ramsey PG: Physicians’ ability to provide primary care for an HIV-infected patient. Abstracted in Journal of General Internal Medicine 9 Suppl 2:50, 1994

Books

Lentz MJ, Macdonald SC, Carline JD: Mountaineering First Aid, Seattle, Mountaineers Press, 1985.

Lentz MJ, Macdonald SC, Carline JD: Mountaineering First Aid, Third Edition, Revised Seattle, Mountaineers Press, 1991.

Carline, Jan D: Instructor Manual. Mountaineering First Aid. Seattle, American Red Cross, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996.

Carline, Jan D A review of studies on cheating in medical school: methodological issues in Jonsen, A, editor Honesty in Learning, Fairness in Teaching: The Problem of Academic Dishonesty in Medical Education. Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, 1995.

Carline JD, Lentz MJ, Macdonald SC: Mountaineering First Aid, Fourth Edition Seattle, Mountaineers Press, 1996.

Papers Presented in Proceedings Format

Carline JD and Corbett TC: Evaluation of quality and viability in a graduate school extended professional degree program. Presented at Third National Conference on Off-Campus Credit Programs: The Quality Issue, Issues in Higher Education, Division of Continuing Education, Kansas State University, New Orleans. Conference proceedings, Vol. 4, edited by JL Kramer, pp 43-60, 1980

Carline JD and Corbett TC: Learner characteristics: differences between students in traditional and non-traditional programs. Are they real? Presented at Third National Conference on Off-Campus Credit Programs: The Quality Issue, Issues in Higher Education, Division of Continuing Education, Kansas State University, New Orleans. Conference proceedings, Vol. 4, edited by JL Kramer, pp 277-286, 1980

Carline JD, Cullen TJ, Scott CS: Prediction of clerkship performance using the new MCAT Examination; an attempted application of canonical redundancy analysis. Presented at the Twenty-First Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education, Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington, D.C. RIME Proceedings, pp 205-210, 1982

Petrusa EM, Blackwell T, Carline JD, Ramsey P, McGaghie W, Colindres R, Mast T, Soler NG: Improving clinical performance assessment: a multi-institutional trial of the OSCE. Presented at the Twenty-Sixth Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education, Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington, D.C. RIME Proceedings, pp 267-274, 1987

Carline JD, Ramsey PG, Wenrich M: Characteristics of ratings of physician competence by professional associates. Presented at the Third International Conference on Teaching and Assessing Clinical Competence, Groningen, The Netherlands, Teaching and Assessing Clinical Competence Proceedings edited by W Bender RJ Hiemstra AJJA Scherpbier RP Zwierstra, pp 195-201. 1990.

Petrusa EM, Blackwell T, Carline JD, Ramsey P, McGaghie W, Colindres R, Mast T, Soler NG: Case variability in a common OSCE given at four medical schools. Presented at the Third International Conference on Teaching and Assessing Clinical Competence, Groningen, The Netherlands, Teaching and Assessing Clinical Competence Proceedings edited by W Bender RJ Hiemstra AJJA Scherpbier RP Zwierstra, pp 178-183. 1990.

Blackwell T, Petrusa EM, Carline JD, Ramsey P, McGaghie W, Colindres R, Mast T, Soler NG: Standardization and administration of an objectively structured clinical exam at four geographically diverse medical universities. Presented at the Third International Conference on Teaching and Assessing Clinical Competence, Groningen, The Netherlands, Teaching and Assessing Clinical Competence Proceedings edited by W Bender RJ Hiemstra AJJA Scherpbier RP Zwierstra, pp 230-232. 1990.

Curtis JR, Wenrich MD, Paauw DS, Carline J, Ramsey PG: Ability of primary care physicians to diagnose and manage Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia. Ninth International Conference on AIDS, Berlin, Germany, June 1993.

Curtis JR, Paauw DS, Wenrich MD, Carline JD, Ramsey PG Internal medicine residents’ skills at identification of HIV-risk behavior and HIV-related disease. Presented at the Thirty - Third Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education, Association of American Medical Colleges, Boston, MA.

Burack JH, Irby DM, Carline JD, Lason EB, Root RK. Teaching compassion and respect: attending physicians' role beliefs. JGIM. 1996; 11(suppl):113.

Burack JH, Irby DM, Carline JD, Larson EB, Root RK. Teaching compassion: attendings' responses to problematic behavior. JGIM. 1996; 11(suppl):113.

Other Papers

Carline JD: School psychologists and clinical judgement: patterns of data utilization. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 1983

Carline JD: Evaluating faculty teaching performance: An example of peer review. Western Group on Medical Education, Association of American Medical Colleges: Asilomar, California, April 1983

Carline JD, et al: Microcomputer communications. Western Group on Medical Education, Association of American Medical Colleges, Asilomar, California, April 1984

Carline JD, Cook CE, Lennard ES, Coluccio GM, Norman NL: Resident and faculty differences in student evaluations: Implications for changes in a clerkship evaluation system. Association for Surgical Education, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1985

Carline JD, Garcia C, Hunt DD: Minority students and rural underserved medical education: participation and outcomes. Presented at the Division of Minority Health, Education, and Prevention, Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington D.C., November 1993.

Carline JD, Detweiler L, GarciaC. Evaluating high school enrichment programs for minorities. Presented at the Division of Minority Health, Education, and Prevention, Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington D.C., October 1995.

Carline JD, Garcia C, Patterson D, Hunt DD. Enrichment program influence on the medical school interview. Presented at the Division of Minority Health, Education, and Prevention, Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington D.C., October 1995.

Carline JD, Patterson D, Garcia C, Hunt DD. Participation in academic and research enrichment programs and entry into medical school of under represented minority applicants. Presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, April 1996.

 

 

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