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Christofilos, V., DeMatteo, D., Penciner, R. Outcomes of commitment to change statements after an interprofessional faculty development program. Journal of Interprofessional Care. 2014 Early Online.

Feldman P. Whitehead C, Iglar K. Developing a Competency Based Curriculum in Family Medicine for Brazil: A Reflection from University of Toronto. Saúde da Família: Jornal eletrônico bimestral da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina de Família e Comunidade (SBMFC). Journal of Family Medicine: Brazil Society of Family and Community Medicine. 2014 June In Press.

Thoma B, Poitras J, Penciner, R, Sherbino J, Holroyd BR, Woods R. Leadership and administration competencies: Establishment of a national consensus for emergency medicine. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2013 Nov.;15:1-8. CJEM. 2013;15(0):1-8.

Penciner, RDoes PowerPoint enhance learning? Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2013;115(2):109-112.

Penciner, R,  Woods R, McEwen J, Lee R, Langhan T, Bandiera G. Core competencies for Emergency Medicine clerkships: Results of a Canadian consensus initiative From the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians Undergraduate Education Committee. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2013;15(1):24-33.

Monavvari A, Peters C, Feldman P. International Medical Graduates, Past, Present and Future. Canadian Family Physicians Journal. 2013 Dec. In Press.

Monavvari APeters C, Feldman P. A Tool to Facilitate Effective Communication about IMG Residents in Difficulty. 2013 Aug. 2. DFCM Open.

Qayyum F, Wright M, Lee M,  Leung C, Sada A, Holbrook A. Medical student opinions on their training in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics. McMaster University Medical Journal 2012:9(1):4-8.

Penciner RLanghan T, Lee R, McEwen J, Woods R, Bandiera G. Using a Delphi process to establish consensus on emergency medicine clerkship competencies. Medical Teacher. 2011; 33: e333-e339.

Penciner R, Emergency medicine preclerkship observerships: evaluation of a structured experience. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2009; 11(3): 235-239.